Looking for ancestors of Augustus Boucher, who was a logger in the Quebec area, I believe. His first wife died, leaving him with seven children: August, Rose, Cathalena, Corinelda (Cora), Florina, Raoul (Ralph), and Mary. Augustus then married Celina LaRoche, emigrated with his family to Massachusetts, took up farming, and fathered six more children (Napoleon, Joseph, John, Eva, Cecelia (my grandmother) and Jennie, the youngest.
I am interested in any information regarding Augustus or his first wife as well as their ancestors.
Do you know the Parents of John Boucher? Do you know where he was born? I know he was married in Jan 1824 to Hannah Cox in Beaminster. He was a sailcloth maker. He had 7 children. I would be very pleased to receive any information.
Family Members:Children:Ann Boucher, Edward Boucher, Grace Boucher, John Boucher, Thomas Boucher, Robert Boucher, William (Butcher) Boucher
A yeoman farmer who lived in the parish of Wiveliscombe, Somerset, England.
EDWARD BOUCHER the Elder of Milverton, alt spelt BUTCHER.
Our first known ancestor (in Wiveliscombe) is EDWARD BOUCHER "The Elder" of Milverton, spelt BUTCHER
Took a land grant by copy of Court Roll of Simmon's Holt (Langley) in the Parish of Wiveliscombe, on 7 May (17 Chas. I) 1641…(description of titles, deeds) on May 7 1641.
On March 24 1656, Lady Hawley made a lease to Thomas Hedford od Ester Broadfields for 99 years determinable - based on lives of John Hedford, Thomas Boucher and John Boucher, sons of Edward Boucher of Wiveliscombe. On April 22 1669, Edward Boucher took a grant of Atkin's Tenement at Ford, Wiveliscombe, for the lives of himself and John and Edward, his sons.(This cottage still exists and is known as Atkin's Cottage). He is described as Edward Boucher The Elder of Wiveliscombe.
His will is dated June 17 1705, proved 23 May 1710
Buried at Wiveliscombe 18 Nov 1709 .
Any help would be appreciated - thanks, Jonathan Boucher