Abondance Caron

9 September 1753–27 June 1832 (Age 78)
L'Islet, Quebec, Canada

The Life of Abondance

When Abondance Caron was born on 9 September 1753, in L'Islet, Quebec, Canada, his father, Joseph Caron, was 41 and his mother, Marie Josephe Lizotte, was 40. He married Therese Bernier on 5 June 1780, in District Judiciaire of Montmagny, Lower Canada, British Colonial America. They were the parents of at least 5 sons and 9 daughters. He died on 27 June 1832, in Montmagny, Quebec, Canada, at the age of 78.

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Family Time Line

Abondance Caron
1753–1832
Therese Bernier
1756–1832
Marriage: 5 June 1780
Caron
1781–1781
Marie Caron
1782–
Louis Bondance Caron
1783–1853
Marie Lucie Caron
1784–1784
Joseph Caron
1785–
Marguerite Caron
1788–
Marie Roger Caron
1790–
Marie Catherine Caron
1791–
Marie Elisabeth Caron
1793–
Abondance Caron
1793–
Marie Antointte Caron
1795–
Marie Eulalie Caron
1798–
Paul Caron
1799–1884
Marie Emelie Caron
1801–

Spouse and Children

    Male1753–1832Male

    Therese Bernier

    Female1756–1832Female

MARRIAGE
5 June 1780
District Judiciaire of Montmagny, Lower Canada, British Colonial America
children

(14)

    Caron

    Male1781–1781Male

    Marie Caron

    Female1782–Female

    Louis Bondance Caron

    Male1783–1853Male

    Marie Lucie Caron

    Female1784–1784Female

    Joseph Caron

    Male1785–Male

+9 More Children

Parents and Siblings

    Male1712–1786Male

    Marie Josephe Lizotte

    Female1713–1790Female

siblings

(12)

    Marie Joseph Caron

    Female1736–1736Female

    Joseph Caron

    Male1737–Male

    Male1739–1777Male

    Louise Françoise Caron

    Female1741–1809Female

    Ignace Caron

    Male1742–1809Male

+7 More Children

Name Meaning

1 French: from a personal name of Gaulish origin, represented in Latin records in the form Caraunus. This name was borne by a 5th-century Breton saint who lived at Chartres and was murdered by robbers; his legend led to its widespread use as a personal name during the Middle Ages.2 English (of Norman origin) and French: habitational name for someone from Cairon in Calvados, France.3 English and French: metonymic occupational name for a carter, or possibly a cartwright, from a Norman and Picard form of Old French c(h)arron ‘cart’.

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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Sources (2)

  • Abondance Caron, "Find A Grave Index"
  • L'Islet - 1679-1790

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