Francois Xavier COULOMBE and Millicent HARQUAIL's
children all in the Dalhousie birth registers.. :
1. Annie Virginie Coulombe , born Mar. 15/1914,died Nov.12/1916
2. Francois Xavier Coulombe, born July 3/1902
3. Jacques Arthur Coulombe born Apr. 19/1908
4. Jean David Augustin Coulombe born Mar. 27/1904
5. Joseph Emmanuel Coulombe born Sept. 8/1900
6. Marie Eleonore Coulombe born Aug. 15/1911
7. Marie Esther Coulombe born Mar. 21/1916
8. Samuel Coulombe born Apr. 1/1906
daughter of John Harquail and Emelie Laviolette,
married in Dalhousie, NB, on Oct. 10/1899
Francois Xavier COULOMBE son of Germain COULOMBE and
the late Eshter BERNIER, of Cap St Ignace, P.Q.,
John HARQUAIL son of John and Margaret Carroll
married Emilie LAVIOLETTE Jan. 10/1876 in Dalhousie,
they were both of Dalhousie, NB.
HARCOURT OR HARQUAIL John s/o John and Rose (Doucet)
married Margaret CARROLL widow of Joseph Arseneault
both of Dalhousie Nov. 8/1859
Jean (John) Harquail was born on Jun 23 1805 in
Dalhousie, NB. Parents: Edouard Harquail and Rosalie
Angélique Robichaud .
He was married to Rose Doucet in 1832 d/o Joseph Doucet
and Catherine Vienneau.. Children were:
Guillaume Harquail, Edward Harquail, John Harquail,
James Harquail, Mary Harquail.
HARQUAIL also ARCOU or ARCOUT :
"The ancestor of this family, Edouard ACOU (which name
has been transformed into ACQUAIL and HARQUAIL) was the
son of Pierre ACOU and Rachel Vautier of Isle Jersey,
he married at Bonaventure, Oct. 5/1792, Angelique
Rosalie Robichaud daughter of Isidore Robichaud and
Marguerite Cormier, he was a barrel maker...
Pierre Harquail was born in 1746 in
St-Ouen, Jersey Island. Parents: Jean Harquail
(Des Landes) and Marie LeBrocq .
He was married to Rachel Vautier on Dec 8 1765.
Children were: Rachel Harquail, Elizabeth Harquail,
Edouard Harquail, Marie Harquail, Susanne Harquail,
Catherine Harquail, Pierre Harquail, Esther Harquail,
Philippe Harquail, Jean Harquail, Pierre Harquail.
(Des Landes) was born in 1705. He died in 1774 in
St-Ouen, Jersey Island. Parents: Francois Harquail and
He was married to Marie LeBrocq in 1742 in St-Ouen,
Jersey Island. Children were: Marie Harquail, Elizabeth
Harquail, Pierre Harquail, Jeannie Harquail, Jean
Harquail, Jeanne Harquail.
Francois Harquail was born in 1680. Parents: Francois
Harquail and Margaret Syvret.
He was married to Marie LeRuez in 1705 in St-Ouen,
Jersey Island. Children were: Jean Harquail
(Des Landes), Francois Harquail , Nicolas Harquail.
Francois Harquail Parents: Nicolas Harquail and
He was married to Margaret Syvret in 1677 in St-Ouen,
Jersey Island. Children were: Nicolas Harquail, Jean
Harquail, Francois Harquail, Marie Harquail, Elie
Harquail, Elizabeth Harquail.
Here is the first sign of the name Harquail I have
found in most of my registers for this area..1792..
HARQUAIL EDOUARD son of Pierre and Rachel Vautier,
married Angelique Rosalie ROBICHAUD, daughter of
Isidore and Marguerite Boudreau, on Oct 2/1792,
witnesses Joseph Daigle, Pierre Duclau, Charles
Cavanagh and Mathurin Bourg, priest , performed at
Harquail Edward in the 1861 census , age 34, married and a "joiner",
he is married to Bridget (Carroll ?? maybe :) ) age 27, Irish, born in Ireland
they have children
James age 8,
Emma age 3,
Catherine age (born that year)
In 1881 they have added,
Annie age 6
Clara age 4
and Emma is listed age 8
I find in the Bathurst registers of marriages ;)
Harquail John age 50 son of James Harquail
and Mary Curoll (Carroll) married Sept. 17/1919 Sarah Sears age 42,
daughter of Harris Sears and Elizabeth Dysart of Chatham..
In the 1881 census I also find a ROSE HARQUAIL
who is age 72 and a widow living with
John Harquail and Louisia ??
Mary Harquail & Christina Walsh
by John (Jack) Moran
Christina (or Christianne) came from Canada to Rhode Island in the 1890s
and stayed with "a cousin" in the town of Providence.
While there, she worked as a baby-sitter, and met Edward Walsh who,
like his father, was a weaver. They were married there, moving
from mill-town to mill-town, as Edward's jobs required.
Sometime after Edward and Christina had moved to Mystic, Connecticut,
her mother, Mary Harquail Fournier, became ill and came to stay with
her daughter. After Mary's death, sometime between 1926 and 1932,
Christina rented out her mother's house in Dalhousie until it could be
sold, which it was in 1933/34, to a Mrs. Frank Barthe.
Mary Harquail (sometimes spelled "Hartwell" in error) Fournier died in
Mystic and is buried in the Catholic cemetery there
near all the Walshs who have since passed away.