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delagarde/galluchon

d latte (View posts)
Posted: 25 May 2002 11:35AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: delagarde/galluchon/benest
Anyone having verification of marriage Charles delagarde to Esther Galluchon (1800-1820) is it in Jersey, Channel Islands or Caraquet, NB? Marriage is said to be in St Helier - no marriage documented in St Helier.
Any information on children from marriage of Colonel Charles delagarde (b-1775/6 - Jersey) and Mary/Marie Benest (b-1787? - Jersey) marriage - 1808?

Re: delagarde/galluchon

Posted: 11 Jul 2002 9:12AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi

Very Interested in your post I have family tree from John De La Garde who was a sea captain born early 1800 in England I dont know how he ended up there???? or who his father was maybe Charles De La Garde?? was a brother

Re: delagarde/galluchon

d lattie (View posts)
Posted: 11 Jul 2002 4:54PM GMT
Classification: Query
Does your John DeLaGarde come from England or Jersey? Also, if you have a family tree from 1800's, does he descend from Phillipe DeLaGarde?

Re: delagarde/galluchon

Posted: 16 Jul 2002 10:43PM GMT
Classification: Query
John De La Garde born 1806 Weybridge Surrey England ....pre this was France I have whole family tree after this 20 Pages worth, He was a Sea Captain and came to Australia in 1836 having my Great Great Grandfather on board 1836 - William De La Garde .... if I look at John's childrens names they were - Jane, William, John, Richard, Emma, Laura and Constance. I think generally in those days they sometimes took names from ancestors ???? There was a story given from My Great Grandmother Ada De La Garde who lived to be 104 d.1992 which was there was Royal Family des... who knows??? who cares??? but I love doing the family tree and have find so many cousins and aunts here who have a thousand stories to tell. I would be interested in knowing if John had brothers or sisters??? As I am not in England I cant get to Parishes in Weybridge or in Kent where he was married. So I can only hope that one day someone comes across a brother of there ancestor called John De La Garde.

Re: delagarde/galluchon

Posted: 23 May 2007 9:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
Looking for info on Venerante De la Garde, born in new brunswick in 1849. Married Joseph Rochefort and lived near Kingston, Ontario. email me at elise_rochefort@hotmail.com if you have any info.

Thanks!

Re: delagarde/galluchon

Posted: 7 Jun 2013 1:56AM GMT
Classification: Query
The first "de la Garde" to come to Canada was Charles de la Garde in or around 1818 or 1836. It has been said that the last time his father saw him was as he ran in the front door and out the back door as he was being chased. He was evidentially caught as a double agent between France and England. Upon capture he was taken to Canada and left on Percy Rock to die, just off the coast of New Brunswick, Canada. The tide went out and he walked to the mainland.

He was originally from the St. Hilaire (St. Helier), Guernsey Islands. His father was a minister and it is believed he had but one sister who remained there.

The family has a ring that is suppose to be handed down to any son whose name is Charles. To date this ring is suppose to be handed down to Charles de la Garde s/o Denise de la Garde from Shippigan, NB.

The main street in Shippigan, NB is called "de la Garde Street".

I was told by my step-father that originally the name was Gard (two dots above the a) but that King Louis of France around the 1300's added the title "de la" on it and added an "e" to "Gard" making it "de la Garde".

Originally the de la Garde's were French Protestants. This would explain the fact that Charles de la Garde that first came to Canada had a father who was a minister. When Charles landed here he married a Roman Catholic girl and all of his children were baptized Catholics.

Years ago, I had a coat of arms done for my step-father and the man making it told me there were 13 different "de la Garde" lines.

Re: delagarde/galluchon

Posted: 9 Jun 2013 6:41AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: de la Garde
If you get this could you email me what you have?

I was told years ago by a man that does "Coat of Arms" that there are 13 different "de la Garde" families from France. The first de la Garde "Charles" to come to NB, Canada came from the Guernsey Island around 1836. It is estimated that he was born abt. 1818 in St. Helier.

Re: delagarde/galluchon

Posted: 4 Sep 2013 7:10AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: De La Garde, De La Garda,
My GGGG grandfather came to Mexico from France. His name was Guillermo (Guillaume) Andres married to Malta (Ferres?) son also born in France, Juan Guillermo who married Maria Ana De La Parra in Mexico. Our family remained in Chinipas, Chihuahua, Mexico. They were farmers and worked in the mines as mineral engineers. The French women married American and English mineralists and left Mexico to the US when Pancho Villa threw all of the foreigners out of Mexico. I am interested in the gentleman who told you about the 13 De La Garda lines.
please let me know if there is anything else that would help find the origins of this family. We believe they came from Toulouse and neighboring cities in France.
The second generation in Mexico changed the name to Lagarde and Lagarda.

Re: delagarde/galluchon

Posted: 4 Sep 2013 7:15AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: De La Garde, De La Garda,
My GGGG grandfather came to Mexico from France. His name was Guillermo (Guillaume) Andres married to Malta (Ferres?) son also born in France, Juan Guillermo who married Maria Ana De La Parra in Mexico. Our family remained in Chinipas, Chihuahua, Mexico. They were farmers and worked in the mines as mineral engineers. The French women married American and English mineralists and left Mexico to the US when Pancho Villa threw all of the foreigners out of Mexico. I am interested in the gentleman who told you about the 13 De La Garda lines.
please let me know if there is anything else that would help find the origins of this family. We believe they came from Toulouse and neighboring cities in France.
The second generation in Mexico changed the name to Lagarde and Lagarda.

Re: delagarde/galluchon

Posted: 19 Sep 2013 6:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
Very interesting , my Dad told me this story but I didn't think it was actual history thank you.
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