1 NOTE: First Families is a collection of genealogical information taken from various sources that were periodically submitted to the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick. The information has not been verified against any official records. Since the information in First Families is contributed, it is the responsibility of those who use the information to verify its accuracy. D'AVRAY: Joseph Marshall D'Avray b. 30 Nov 1811 probably at Burleigh House, Picadilly, London, England s/o Dr. Joseph Marshall: came to NB in Jan 1848 to take charge of the Normal School in Fredericton. Source: MC80/360 Acadiensis: Vol V, No. 4, Oct, 1905, Joseph Whitman Bailey's Joseph Marshall D'Avray, pages 303-305: includes a photograph. DABEY: Matthew Dabey b. 1805 in Ireland: he came to NB in 1823: settled in Dorchester Parish, Westmorland County: m.
2 Mary Ann - born 1808 in Ireland and came to NB in 1824: Only children mentioned: 1) Matthew Dabey b. 1836 in NB: 2) David Dabey b. 1839 in NB: Source: MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection , MS1A: on microfilm reel F20980; see sheet for Matthew Dabey. DAGGETT: Mark Daggett or Doggett b. 28 Aug 1768 at Middleboro, MA, d. 23. Feb 1838, s/o Jabez Doggett: m. at Bridgewater, ME, Portia Keith: they came to NB. in 1817 and settled on Grand Manan in Charlotte County: Only children mentioned: 1) Martin Keith Daggett b. 23 May 1800 at Middleboro, MA, d. 1 Jan 1870, m. Elizabeth Catcomb: they settled on Grand Manan and had eleven children: 2) Mark Daggett born 18 May 1807 at Middleboro, MA, died 11 Feb 1885, m. 1826. Elizabeth Cheney d/o Edmond Cheney: settled on Grand Manan.
3 Sources: Grand Manan Museum: Manuscripts, Genealogies: Cheney family, microfilm reel F227, 1 page: Mark came to NB with his brother John Doggett and sister Rebecca Doggett who married Edmund Cheney and had issue: the surname became Daggett on Grand Manan, NB: see also Buchanan Charles Manuscripts at end of microfilm F252, 2 pages. DAIGLE: Jean-Baptiste Daigle born c1733 in NS, buried 20 Aug 1814, s/o Joseph Daigle and Madeleine Gautreau, m. (1st) 3 Feb 1755 at Port-Lajoie, PEI, Blanche Trahan d/o Charles Trahan and Marie Tillard of Pisiguit, NS: m. (2nd) on 12 Feb 1759 at Saint-Charles-de Bellechasse, QC, Marie-Th r se Trahan d/o Paul Trahan and Marie Boudreau: they came to NB after 1793: settled in Bathurst, Gloucester County: Child of First wife: 1) Marie-Blanche Daigle born in 1755: Children of second wife: 2) Jean-Baptiste Daigle b.
4 1759: 3) Anastasie Daigle b. 1762: 4) Marie-Madeleine Daigle b. 1764: 5) Jean-Baptiste Daigle born c1766: 6) Marie-Madeleine Daigle b. 1769: 7) Anne Daigle born 1772. Source: MC80/1862 Bona Arsenault's Histoire et g n alogie des Acadiens, Vol. 3, page 1146. DAIGLE: Joseph Daigle born 20 Nov 1738 at Grand Pr , NS, d. 19 Jan 1814, s/o Simon-Joseph Daigle and Madeleine Gautreau of Pisiquid, NS, m. (1st) 23 Nov 1762 at Saint-Fran ois de Montmagny, Quebec, Marguerite Guilbeau b. 13 Jun 1739. at Port-Royal, NS, died before 1775, d/o Pierre Guilbeau and Madeleine Forest of Port Royal, NS: had six children: m. (2nd) 2 Oct 1775 at Saint-Thomas de Montmagny, QC, Charlotte Lefebvre born on 25 Aug 1745 at St-Thomas, QC, buried on 5 Nov 1819, d/o Claude Lefebvre and Susanne Bissonnette: had no issue: came to NB.
5 About 1767: First settled at Ecoupag above Fredericton in York County, then moved to Saint-Basile in Madawaska County: Children are listed in an estimated order: 1) Marie Daigle born 1763: 2) Joseph Daigle b. c1764, m. Th odule or Th odite Cyr d/o Joseph Cyr: had children: 3) Pierre Daigle born 1765: 4) Marguerite Daigle born 1765: 5) Marie-Ang lique Daigle born 1767: 6) Marie-Joseph Daigle b. Jan 1767, buried 4 Jan 1768 QC: 7) Jean-Baptiste Daigle born 1767 at Saint-Basile, died 1836, m. 18 Jul 1791 at Madawaska Settlement, Marie Ann Cyr b. c1770 at Ecoupag, d. 1848, d/o Joseph Cyr and Marguerite Blanche Thibodeau: they settled at Madawaska Settlement and had ten children: 8) Marie-Joseph Daigle b. 4 Mar 1769, m. c1788 at Madawaska Settlement, Simon H bert.
6 Sources: MC80/287 Thomas Albert's Histoire du Madawaska, pages 79, 81-82, 84, 94, 96, 100, 102, 104, 113, 308: see also MC80/781 Bona Arsenault's Histoire et g n alogie des Acadiens, Vol. II, pages 766-767: see MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pages 52-53: see MC80/1741 Leo G. Cyr's Madawaskan Heritage, pages 229-231 and 236-237: Joseph's brother Jean Baptiste Daigle settled in Bathurst, NB: see also MC80/1862 Bona Arsenault's Histoire et g n alogie des Acadiens, Volume 3, page 1146: see MC80/2325 Roger Paradis'. Papiers de/Papers of, Prudent L. Mercure, Histoire du Madawaska, Vol. III, Partie B, pages 35-38. DAIGLE: Olivier Daigle born 1738 s/o Jean-Baptiste Daigle and Madeleine Theriault: m. c1758 in England, Blanche Robichaud d/o Joseph Robichaud and Claire LeBlanc of Cobequid, NS: by 1774 family was settled on Baie des Chaleurs and some of his children settled at Saint-Basile, Madawaska County, and Richibouctou, Kent County: Children: 1) Olivier-Raphael Daigle b.
7 1759: 2) Marie-Louise Daigle b. 1759: 3) Fran oise-Oppoline Daigle born 1763: 4) Casimir-Th odore Daigle b. 1765: 5) Fran ois-Joseph Daigle b. 1767, m. (1st) 23 Jan 1792 at Bonaventure, QC, Marie- Claire Richard, m. (2nd) 5 Jul 1795 at Saint-Basile, Marie-Blanche L ger d/o Pierre L ger and Anastasie Breau: 6) Jean-Charles Daigle b. 1769, m. 1 Feb 1790 at Carleton, QC, Christine Richard d/o Fran ois Richard and Marie Daigle: 7) Pierre- douard Daigle b. c1770. Source: MC80/1862 Bona Arsenault's Histoire et g n alogie des Acadiens, Vol. 3, pages 1149-1150. DAILEY: Ansel Dailey born c1804 at Jay, ME, d. 6 Feb 1874 at Calais, ME: came to NB and settled at St. Stephen, Charlotte County: moved to Calais, ME by 1847: m. Mary Ann - born c1810 in St. Stephen, died 10 Nov 1895 at Tonawanda, NY: Children born in the St.
8 Stephen: 1) Caroline Dailey b. c1835, d. 25 Mar 1897 in Hawaii, married Mr. Kinney: 2). Laura H. Dailey b. c Oct 1837, d. 14 Dec 1875 at Machias, ME, m. 16 Sep 1868 at Calais, James H. Robbins: 3) George S. Dailey born 23 Feb 1842, died 14 Jan 1910 in NY, married 9 Apr 1880. in Albany, NY, Minnie/Emma A. Birchill b. 18 Aug 1853, d. 12 Oct 1927: 4) Mary H. Dailey b. c1844, d. 31 Mar 1881 in Calais. Source: MC80/2711 Thelma Eye Brooks' Calais Maine Families , page 35. DALE: James Dale b. in England: married Jane Chin: First settled at Pleasant Villa, Hampstead Parish, Queens County and had five children: family moved in 1870 to Summer Hill in Gagetown Parish: the only child mentioned was the youngest child born at Pleasant Villa, J. Thomas Dale b. 1867, m. Mar 1892 Annie Neales Hawkshaw: they settled at Summer Hill and had four children.
9 Source: MC80/2773 Richard Corbett's Summer Hill, Dunn's Corner: gone but not forgotten, pages 36-37: James Dale came to NB with two brothers. DALEY and DALY are interfiled DALEY: John Daley or Daly b. in Ireland, died 1830 at Stonehaven, NB: came from Dunmanway, County Cork, Ireland to NB in 1829 and settled at Stonehaven, New Bandon Parish, Gloucester County: married Alice - born in Scotland or m. Catherine Daly born 1779 in Ireland, d. Nov 1840: Children born in Ireland: 1) Joseph Daley b. 1809, d. 12 Dec 1888 at Stonehaven, NB, m. Mary Ann - b. 1820, d. 21 Feb 1904 at New Bandon: settled at Clifton, New Bandon Parish and had eleven children: 2) Ellen Daly b. c1811, m. 14 Nov 1837 John Hickson: 3) Jane Daly b. 1813, married 14 May 1837 James Barry: 4) John Daley b.
10 1813, d. unmarried in 1821: 5) William Daley born 1814, d. 1878 at New Bandon, m. 11 Mar 1841 Mary (Margaret) Hodnett b. 1821 d/o William Hodnett and Ann Ellis: settled at Stonehaven and had thirteen children: 5) Elizabeth Daley b. 20 May 1818, d. 1 Aug 1903 in Stillwater, MN, married 1 Nov 1837 William Hickson b. 1813, died 13 Aug 1894, s/o Robert Palmer Hickson and Frances Jane Parrott: had eleven children: 7) Thomas Daley b. c1820, d. after 1891, m. (1st) 15 Nov 1847 Mary Peters born c1832 in Ireland, d. before 1861, d/o John and Elizabeth Peters: had two children: m. (2nd) 21 Jul 1866 at Bathurst, Gloucester County, NB, Mary Ann Good b. 1846 d/o Peter and Elizabeth Good: had nine children: family settled at Canobie in New Bandon Parish: 8) Richard Daley born 1821, d.