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Looking for Chiassons

Fawn1st October 2004 - 3:45 PM
I am looking for Chiassons that came to Louisiana when expelled from Nova Scotia.

Cathy Chiasson Creel1st October 2004 - 3:45 PM
I am a Chiasson whose ancestors came from Nova Scotia.

Hazel Gaudet6th March 2005 - 11:33 AM
There are plenty Chassons in my husbands tree. Who are you looking for?

Cathy Chiasson Creel6th March 2005 - 4:44 PM
Hazel....not really looking. Just offering info to anyone who needs it. Thanks for your reply.

chiasson7th May 2005 - 1:22 PM
My maiden name is Chiasson. I do not know if my family was part of the dispersion but I am pretty sure that they came here to South Louisiana before the American Revolution. My great grandfather was Homer Chiasson and would have been born sometime in late 1700's or early 1800's. If you are interested further I can get more exact dates and possibly more about his family.

My grandmother was a LeBert, which is a family which has been here for a looong time. Do you haave any info about them?
Cathy Chiasson Creel7th May 2005 - 3:25 PM
I was born and raised (and still live here) in Lafourche Parish in Southeast Louisiana. I have always found in research that all Chiassons in Louisiana are related because only one Chiasson reached Louisiana after the Deportation of Nova Scotia. Can you go farther back than Homer? I would be happy to help you and share whatever I have, but I would need a little more info. Like where was Homer born, maybe siblings, parents name etc.

chiasson7th May 2005 - 8:51 PM
I will see what I can find in old records. Unfortunately I am now the older generation. All of my aunts and uncles have passed away and somehow my cousins and I did not get information any further back than this. When I get anything more I will let you know. If I can't find anything on my own maybe you can point me in the right direction.
Susanne14th May 2005 - 10:35 PM
I have a pretty large database on the Chiasson back to the original Chiasson -- Pierre Chiasson. I have recently found two authentic coats of armor and the family crest. I am descendents of the Chiasson family on both my mother and father's family. I can pretty much help anyone trying to get started finding their Chiasson roots -- all descendents in both Canada and Louisiana -- and elsewhere in North America all come from the only male descendent of Pierre Chiasson who came to Nova Scotia prior to the deportation of the Acadians.
sherleen18th May 2005 - 7:38 AM
I am a Chiasson and can only go back to my great-grandfather Homer Chiasson. I a guessing that he was born in the late 1700's or early 1800's. He was from the Bayou St. Clair area near Carencro in Lafayette Parish. I have not checked Fr. Hebert's genealogy books to see if there is anything further back. If you can tell me where else to look it would be appreciated.
Dotty Weiss29th May 2005 - 10:27 PM
My grandmother was Christine Chiasson, Chesson. She was born in New Bruinswick, in Caraquet. Born 23June1872. Father Honore?
She married my grandfather Charles Chevalier on June 24th 1907, at St Helene, Montreal parish. They somehow migrated to New Hampshire, were she died on March 6, 1941. I think her mom maiden name was Forbes, Henrietta. There were Uncles around by the name of Ralph and Maxime Chiasson, not sure if they were her Nephews. I have no other siblings for her. Can you help?
Thank You
Dotty Chevalier Weiss
207 Alton woods Drive
Concord, New Hampshire

Darlene Rash3rd July 2005 - 5:23 PM
I have no info on the Claisson lineage, but in working on my family tree I find that a grgrgrgrgr grandfather Hippolyte Guedry had a son by the name of Joshua Guedry married a lady with the last name of Claisson, but we have no first name or any other info. Joshua would have been born around 1804-1813. Does your records show a Claisson lady married to a Joshua Guedry. Waiting your reply.
Linda31st July 2005 - 6:20 PM
Hi, just pulled up this website and found this e-mail saying that you are a Chiasson and have a large data base. My maden name is Chiasson and I have been researching my family tree for almost 1 year. I have been able to get birth/marriage certificates from the Catholic church in Lafayette and Charenton Louisiana.

I have been able to go back to:
Louis Chiasson Born 1799 in St. Martinville, St. Martin, Louisiana. he married Susanne Dugat 1824 in St. Martinville St. Martin, Louisiana. Susanne was born 2-8-1803 in st. Martinville, Louisiana.

I would love to be able to trace back to our Canadian roots. I have contacted 2 places in Canada but I have not been able to trace far back enough in Louisiana to get to Canada.

Can you get me back further than Louis Chiasson 1799-1800?

Thank you.
Hazel Gaudet2nd August 2005 - 9:46 AM
The furtherest back I go is Henri Isaac Chiasson born March 24, 1856. Please send me your email so we might correspond. I love genealogy and have concentrated on other lines.
Linda Fontenot2nd August 2005 - 5:40 PM
Hi Hazel I am Linda and I would like to talk with you about the family tree. Once you start you are hooked.

I am not familiar with Henry, he must be from a different line.

Hope to hear from you soon.

Torin:13th November 2005 - 10:30 PM
Here are a few sites on Chiasson / Acadia:
Darlene Rash14th November 2005 - 9:07 PM
Linda in regard to your posting in July (sorry to be so long in reading this), it appears that you are in the same boat that I am in.
I believe that Paul Hypolite Guidry (married to Adelaide Duhon) was my grgrgrgr grandfather and he did have a son name Joshua married to ?Claisson, I dont have a first name for her. But I do show other children of Paul's-- Leufroy b 12-20-1803 (my grgrgr grandfather), Amelia, Paul b 1802, Aspasia b 1806, Joachim B 1810, Marguerite b 1770, Oliver b 1770, David, Jean Baptiste b 8-18-1814 and a John, which I am wondering if John and Jean Baptiste are one and the same.
If you have information of the lineage of Paul and would be willing to share, I would be very appreciative. Especially on Leufroy , as weare all in the dark about him. I show that he was married twice and had a daughter by the name of Aida who married a Joseph Hebert, but on this particular Hebert, I can find nothing.
Feel free to e-mail me at and maybe between the two of us we can figure this puzzle out.
Glad to hear from you.
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