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Jeanette Lodge

Charles just found this on wiki-
Toussaint Samson
Born 1610 in St-Gatien-Des-Bois, Lisieux, Normandie, Francemap
Son of Paul Samson and Guillette Le Cardier
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of Catherine Chevalier — married November 30, 1641 in St Gatien Des Bois, Lisieux, Normandie, Francemap
Father of Gabriel Samson and Jacques Samson
Died May 19, 1659 in St-Gatien-Des-Bois, Lisieux, Normandie, Francemap

Hello Jeanette:  This can be found on WikiTree.  It was submitted by Marc Chretien, who has found no proof in any documents that our Toussaint Samson is the son of a Paul Samson and Guillette Le Cardier.  This has traveled around the Internet for many years, but I have still yet to see a document showing proof....which is what we need in Genelaogy.  If someone has such proof, please send it to me so that I can add it to the website.  Otherwise, for all readers, do not add any parents to Toussaint Samson, or a birth date and place until we can find credible documentation.  Thanks!

Jeannette Lodge

Love this website come back as often as I can to look at the information on our family. Great job! :) Have passed on this page to other cousins.

Ray Cowan

Hi Charles.

I am a Cowan Miller researcher, and your 303. Daniel Samson married Elizabeth Cowan Miller in 1901 (albeit, she was also known as Marie Louise Miller. Regrettably, you haven't delved that far down Daniel's line, however I have accumulated some information, in the form of a Doc, which will fill in a few more details missing from your fabulous Tree. If you can kindly contact me on the e-mail address show, I will forward it to you.

Best wishes and have a great Festive Season.

Ray Cowan, Sydney, Australia

Richard R Sampsn

Very interesting family website. Thank you. My Great Grandfather was Alfred Joseph Samson, who emigrated to Warren, Rhode Island , married and had 17 children. I visited Isle Madame in 2009. We stopped in Sampson's Cove on our motorcycles. Anyway thanks again


Clearly, I thank for the information.

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David M Sampson

Looking for photographs of joseph Sampson born and died in Quebec married to Josephine Bouchard in Lewiston Me
died 1903

Andre Boudrias

Je cherche les parents de l'abbé André Samson né à Moncton le 24 septembre 1954


Andre Boudrias

Je cherche les parents de l'abbé André Samson C.O., professeur à l'Université d'Ottawa, né le 24 septembre 1954 à Moncton, N.B.


Ken Samson

Hi...Interesting history


hmm... tres interesant...

Yvonne (Desrochers) Tuttle

Regarding the 1967 Samson family reunion in Pointe de Levis, Quebec; I've come across information that the church, St. Antoine de Bienville was built after Jacques Samson and Marie Anne Metru had died and that it has been turned into condos. I'm wondering if anyone has any more information about the church's history and it's current status. Also, does anyone know if the granite monument that was put there in 1967 is still there? While I'm at it, one more question please. Does anyone know which Samson family member Rue Samson in Pointe Levis was named after? My husban and I are takeing a trip to Quebec City and plan to search out the Samson sites in Pointe de Levis.

Melvin Edward Sampson

Doing some family history work. Hope to find out more information abut the family in general. Thanks


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Dawn Distler

Hello, thank you so much for doing this site. I am the great grandaughter of Amelda Samson. Daughter of Celina Isabelle and Joseph Arthur Samson She married Arthur Langlois. I have been looking for some family history and all your info has helped me greatly thank you so much, and I dont' know but if anyone has accumulated any pics to share that would be great. I have several of Amelda but none of Joseph her husband or any of Ameldas sisters.

Susan (King) Porter

Hi there,
I don't know if you monitor this page still, but I hope you do! I live in the U.S. but am in Nova Scotia, and doing some genealogy while I am here. I came across your page while researching my ancestors from the Samson family. THANK you for all the work! It was very exciting to find all this information in one spot. My lineage is through Abraham Samson/Justine Marchand. Their son Marin Samson married Marie Boudreau, and produced Maria Samson. Maria Samson is my great grandmother. She married Thomas Boudreau and moved to the United States (Boston). After having 4 children, Thomas died at 32 and Maria remarried, but her daughter, Mary Boudreau, is my grandmother. I believe all that info is on in the Bullock Family Tree. Just wanted to touch base! I am just getting started looking into this. It turns out that BOTH sides of my family came from this area, so there is a lot to look at!
Thanks again,


Good Morning,

I'm french; I look for some informations about Marie SAMSON married with Pierre METAYER 08-04-1788 at QUEBEC.
I'm a descendant of grand'mother's Pierre METAYER.

Do you know this family and if the answer is yes, do you know the descendants?

Thanks for advance.

Jacqueline BERNARD

Barb McLean

Hi, my great grandmother was from the Samson line she was Marie Octavie Fougere her father was:
Henry9 Fougere (Simon8, Michel7, Marguerite Genevieve6 Samson, Jean Baptiste5, Matthieu4, Gabriel3, Gabriel2, Toussaint1) was born 15 Nov 1863 in D' Escousse, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Canada. He married Rosalie LeCointe 18 Jan 1892 in D' Escousse, Richmond County Nova Scotia, daughter of Pacific LeCointe and Judith McDonald. She was born 15 Mar 1871 in D' Escousse, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Canada.

Children of Henry Fougere and Rosalie LeCointe are:
Wilfred10 Fougere, b. 28 Nov 1893, D' Escousse, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Canada.
* Marie Octavie Fougere, b. 02 Sep 1895, D' Escousse, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Canada.

Yvonne Desrochers Tuttle

Hello. I am so excited to have discovered your wonderful web site. I am the daughter of Nelson Desrochers and Lucienne (Turgeon) Desrochers. My father, Nelson, was the son of Aime Desrochers and Emma (Samson) Desrochers of Wotton, Quebec, Canada. Jacques Samson and Marie Anne (Metru) Samson were my 7th or 8th (Not sure how far back at this writing)Great Grandparents. Please feel free to contact me with regard to our shared ancestry at any time. Thank you for sharing this wonderful information.

Lynda Maciejewski

My Grandmother was Alvina Marie Samson, born 1894 in Petit de Grat, Nova Scotia. Her father was Andre A Samson and his father was Abraham Samson and I was wondering if your family tree belongs with them also.
It is a very interesting history of this founding families, as they started these colonies.
My mother and her sisters left Nova Scotia when they were very young and moved to New York State. I thought it would be nice to connect with my mothers past ( Margaret Marchand).

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