Organization Update

THE ‘JOE-RALPH’ SYNDROME…

Here’s the problem:  we have this organization called the “Terriot Acadian Family Society”, or simply “Terriot Acadian Family” for short. It was founded in 1999 just before the turn of the new century. Today, many continue to refer to it as “Joe-Ralph’s organization”, or “Joe-Ralph’s website”… “Joe-Ralph’s Grand Branches”, etc. To introduce and explain our […]

TERRIOT WEBSITE GETS A FACELIFT…

It’s hard to believe but we are approaching our 12th year with our Terriot family website. Over the years, we have gradually worked on improving the ‘touch and feel’ of the site to try to keep the site interesting, up-to-date and useful. So, we’ve recently made one or two changes, come by for a visit […]

Publishing New Version of Jehan & Perrine Archive

Just a note to tell you that we have just rolled out a new version of our Jehan & Perrine Terriot Archive. It includes 14,506 individuals, 6020 families, 2058 different family names and 676 source references. In this revision, we increased our number of Great-Branches to 93 and we are currently working on 11-12 more. […]

ANNOUNCING TWO NEW DELEGATES…

We are very pleased to announce that we have accepted two new delegates to our organization. The first is Lawrence Thériault who is teaming up with Marie Thériault Shaw to represent the Auguste and Evenie Thériault Great-Branch. Lawrence is a genealogist and in fact, is responsible for alot of the work in developing the genealogy […]

ACTION FROM 2ND CONFERENCE…

At our Second Conference in Bathurst, Gérard made the point that we should make our Introductory brochure available on our website so that other Terriot family organizations (e.g., Association des Thériault d’Amèrique, Association des familles Thériault du Nouveau Brunswick, and …de la Nouvelle Écosse) could use this document to distribute to their membership as a […]

ON THE WAY TO THE CMA…

Well, here we are… now in Moncton and on our way home after we visit some very good friends and family here. The CMA is all done but the shouting. The ‘grande rencontre’ of the Terriot family is all done including the shouting and our Second Conference of the Terriot Acadian Family Society was concluded […]