Marie Rose Rivet1

#1450, b. 18 Jul 1709, d. 6 Dec 1784
Last Edited:13 May 2017
FatherEtienne Rivet II1 b. about 1683, d. between 1741 and 1755
MotherAnne LePrince1 b. about 1678, d. between 1755 and 1763
RelationshipGranddaughter of Etienne Rivet
ChartsDescendants of Etienne Rivet of Acadia

Children of Marie Rose Rivet and Rene Landry

Outline of Life Events:

BirthMarie Rose Rivet was born on 18 Jul 1709 at St. Charles aux Mines Parish, Acadia, Canada.1,2
BaptismShe was baptized on 18 Sep 1709 in Grand Pré, St. Charles aux Mines Parish, Acadia, Canada. Sponsors were Jean Joannen de La Jeunesse and Marie Rivet.1,2
AcadianCen, childrenMarie Rose Rivet lived with her parents and siblings during the time of the 1714 Acadian census at "de la Riviere Pisiguit."3
MarriageShe married Rene Landry, son of Rene Landry and Anne (Terriot) Theriot, on 31 May 1727 at Pisiquid, St. Famille Parish, Acadia, Canada.2,4
Death, WidowShe was left a widow at age 40, when her husband, Rene, died on 21 Sep 1749 at Riviere aux Canards, St. Joseph, Acadia, Canada.4
AcadianDepMarie Rose Landry was deported in 1755 from Acadia to VA. When the ships arrived at Virginia, they were refused permission to debark. The Acadians remained on the ships in port for months, until they finally were taken to England in May of 1756. Marie Rose was among the group that were sent to Liverpool on the ship Industry, then imprisoned there until after the signing of the Treaty of Paris in 1763.3
AcadianTranShe was transported on 7 Jun 1763 from Liverpool to Morlaix, France, with children Magdeleine and Marie Josephe, on the L'Esturgeon sent by King Louis XV. Also traveling with them was an orphan, Genevieve La Lande.3
ResidenceAfter being freed from exile in England, a home was provided for many of the Acadians at Belle-Isle-en-Mer. By 1767, Marie Rose Rivet lived in Bordrehouant, Bangor Parish, Belle-Isle-en-Mer Province, France, with children Jean and Marie Josephe.3
DeathMarie Rose Rivet died at age 75 on 6 Dec 1784 in Bangor Parish, Belle-Isle-en-Mer Province, France.2


  1. [S22] Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records, Vol. 1a. Acadian Records, 1707-1769. Baton Rouge, LA: BRDA.
  2. [S110] Stephen A. White. Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes [in French]. Universite de Moncton, Centre D'Etudes Acadiennes : Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, 1999.
  3. [S456] Acadian & French Canadian Ancestral Home. Lucie LeBlanc Consentino. Website. Online
  4. [S40] . The Acadians in France Vol. II, Belle-Isle-en-Mer Registers.
  5. [S18] Diocese of Baton Rouge, Catholic Church Records 1707-1900. BRDA : Baton Rouge, LA, 1978-2007.