One of the features of “DESTINATION: MADAWASKA”, (Second Edition) is the genealogy dictionary of the descendants of Charles Terriault. Charles was a grandson of Joseph Theriault  who fled Acadia for St Roch des Aulnaies, Québec in 1759 to avoid the English. He was one of the early settlers of the Madawaska territory. So, if you are a descendant of Charles, your name is in the dictionary!
In addition, any other family who is related or married into this branch of the Terriault family is also included in this dictionary. Some examples are the Plourde, Morneault, St Onge families along with dozens of other families who are included in the Dictionary. All generations from Charles’ generation (7th generation) up to the 15th generation are included in the Dictionary. You can browse the Dictionary’s NAME INDEX right here so that you can check to see if your name is listed. If it is, then you and your immediate family are listed in the new Second Edition of “DESTINATION: MADAWASKA” now available on Amazon.com. Check it out!