TREMBLAY BOOK PROJECT

 

TREMBLAY BOOK PROJECT

PROJECT ENGLISH VERSION 

This project is a digital book updated monthly to follow the history of Tremblay entrepreneurship and more particularly the branch of Tremblay-Romaine and Tremblay Mathias. Our goal in the long run is to better understand the Tremblay emigration to the United-States .

This ebook could help you to know the history of the Tremblay family from middle age to their emigration to Canada in 1647. We invite you to share your research or your comments. 

The book is to follow the entrepreneurial journey of the Tremblay family and others families in particular two branches of Tremblay: the Tremblay-Romaine (1799) and the Tremblay-Mathias (1800) within the large Tremblay family. This book allows us to know the history of other families (Lessard, Harvey, Boudreau, Savard, Bouchard, Bergeron, Lessard, Warren, Savard, etc.) in order to better understand entrepreneurship and emigration to the United States (Trombley, Trembly. Tromblay, Trembley)

EMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES

Between 1840 and 1930, almost one million French Canadians immigrated to the United States. Today more than ten million Americans—including one of every five New Englanders and Vermonters—are of French-Canadian descent.

 

EMIGRATION OF OTHERS FAMILIES TO THE UNITED STATES

Thomas Tremblay, Brunswick, Maine, United States

Joseph Harvey, Brunswick, Maine, United States

Ubalde Harvey, Brunswick, Maine, United States

Antonia Harvey, Brunswick, Maine, United States

Marie Boudreau, Brunswick, Maine, United States  

Nil (Niel) Tremblay, Brunswick, Maine, United States 

Octave Tremblay, Midwest, United States

Eugene Tremblay, Rumfort, Maine, United States

François Tremblay, Rumfort, Maine, United States 

François Gauthier, Rumfort, Maine, United States

Eloi Tremblay, Maine, United States

Under development

Mathias Tremblay, Illinois, United States

Alexandre Tremblay, California, United States

Fortunat Tremblay, Lowell, Massachusetts, United States

Napoléon Tremblay, New York, New York,  United States

Emilie Tremblay, New York, New York,  United States

Eloi Tremblay, Maine, United States

Joseph Savard, Michigan, United States

Pitre (Peter) Savard, Maine, United States

Edward Savard, Massachusetts, United States

Zoe Tremblay, Maine, United States

Adélard Bouchard, Massachusetts, United States

Louise Tremblay, Maine, United States  

Also

Scotish, Irish and German families under development 

Under development

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, invite them to settle near Detroit. They settled in Grand Marais et à Grosse Pointe in Wayne County, Michigan.

 

BOOK

Number of pages 222

Updates are free. The book is updated monthly.