Tremblay digital book project
TREMBLAY BOOK PROJECT
E-BOOK PROJECT - ENGLISH VERSION
This project is at the origin of the research of the history of the emigration of the family of Tremblay-Mathias and Tremblay-Romaine in the United States, and in particular, the history of Thomas Tremblay (1868-1920) and the Harvey family in Maine as told by the family ancestor. The research for confirming the stories in Brunswich, will be at the origin of this digital book.
Moreover, in order to find information on the emigration of Thomas Tremblay to the United States, it was necessary to study the related families who emigrated in order to confirm and find documents on Thomas Tremblay . Also because emigration is essentially a family activity.
This project is a digital book updated monthly to follow the history of Tremblay emigration in the United-States.
GENEOLOGY AND EMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES
On the wall of the living room of her eldest daughter Alice, hung the photo of her father Thomas Tremblay. According to tradition, he left Saguenay to emigrate to the United States to join the family of his wife Antonia Harvey. This story will be the beginning of the research for this book.
Interesting example of Tremblay and Bouchard emigration to the United States
Around 1750, the three sons of Michel Tremblay and Geneviève Bouchard left Charlevoix, Quebec, Canada for the United States. On the order of the King of France, the Governor General of Quebec, invites them to settle near Detroit. They settled in Grand Marais and to Big Point in Wayne County, Michigan.
Interesting web site in Michigan
Thomas Tremblay in the United States