Excited?

Who’s excited?

Cynthia was not the only one who was excited.

Robin was also excited…

I am anxious too for her, its been awhile since the Bleau family has been searched by someone, great job Pierre for keeping this blog going, we all appreciate all your hard work.

Hard work?

This is fun…

Going back in times is what I like the most and finding links between people and me. Bringing our ancestors to life again and interact with them with pictures if we can find them.

Someone else wrote me a message, this time on Ancestry. She is a descendant of Scholastique Lauzon and Maxime Neveu seen here in a family picture.

Family  of Joseph Girard and Léocadie NeveuThe message says a lot about excitement…

Hello Pierre, my name is [ ], Scholastique Lauzon Neveau is great great grandmother. Her husband Maxime, their son Leander, his son Roy, [], my mother and I are asking if we can look at the information you have Scholastique. I don’t have a lot of pictures or information on her. The only info I have is the cemetery that we go and put things on her grave. I’m fairly new at this so I would like any help you can give me.

Thanks for taking the time to read this.

This person does not know it but in fact we are very distant cousins… so I invited her to visit my family tree on Ancestry. She has not sent me anymore messages…

Strange.

Getting back to Blanche Bleau, I have found her Bleau ancestors and they are  not the same as Harry Bleau’s ancestors who were Barthélémy Bleau and Barbe Aubry. 

Blanche’s ancestors were François Bleau (Blot) and Anne Sautin from the parish of La Trinité, in Falaise, Caen, Normandy.

So why people got all excited about the Bleaus?

Because looking for our ancestors is fun.

Cynthia

I hope Cynthia does not think I am too obsessed with her ancestors. I know my good friend Ron does not think so.

Cynthia just wanted my help to look for Blanche.

Hello,

I am a descendant of Blanche Corelia Bleau. I have gotten pretty excited to come upon these pictures. I wonder, does anyone know of her? She passed away, many years ago, but I have always been interested in the Bleau name. Her husband was Edward Roland Collins.

Thank you,
Cynthia

I hardly can control myself when it’s time to look for people’s ancestors.

I react like a piranha.

Pierre obsessed? No way…

I asked Cynthia for a time period about Blanche Bleau’s birth.

I feel that my Grandma Blanche would’ve probably been born late 1800s. ie; 1889 or later. There was a mis-spell on her birth cert. Silly; Corelia changed to Gorelia.. something like that.…

It’s the only thing I needed… and then the frenzy began and I could not stop searching for most of Blanche Bleau’s ancestors and her husband for that matter.

Blanche Bleau

Blanche BleauEdward CollinsEdward R. Collins

Just could not stop…

Still Puzzled?

Cynthia should not.

She came to the right place. If she has pictures, it’s going to be much more interesting.

Pictures are like a frosting on a cake when you are looking for your ancestors.

Louis Bleau 1But one question remains…

Was Louis Bleau really played violin or is the violon just a prop?

Corilla Blanche Bleau

Try Googling that on the Internet to search for her.

Not much information.

Unless you sent a comment like this on my blog Our Ancestors…

Hello, I am a descendant of Blanche Corelia Bleau. I have gotten pretty excited to come upon these pictures. I wonder, does anyone know of her? She passed away, many years ago, but I have always been interested in the Bleau name. Her husband was Edward Roland Collins.
Thank you,
Cynthia