Gagnier (Gagne) History Web Site
Father John F. Gagnier
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Welcome to my site about
the Gagnier (Gagne) family in North America.
This is also the official English language site of our organization,
The Association of Gagne-Bellavance Families in America.
Below there is a link to 118 known spellings of this name.
If you really wish to enjoy your visit today, see the link below,
called "Illustrated History of the Family."
This will take you to the result of years of research:
seven brief sections of photos and stories of our history,
our heraldry and our historical sites in
You will find much to see and learn about the exciting history
of our ancestors who came to
After reading the “Illustrated History,” return to this home page
for the guestbook and links to other Gagne sites.
There is also information about membership and our annual meeting.
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Thank you for coming to this site today.
Now click the blue link just below and enjoy your visit!
After reviewing the “Illustrated History,”
return to this home page for further links below.
You are also welcome to copy the “Form Letter” found at this link:
A Note to Visitors of this Site from the Gagne-Bellavance Association:
You are cordially invited to submit comments or articles
about your families in English for the Association’s quarterly Bulletin.
They could be about marriages, anniversaries, awards
or the story of your family or your ancestors.
You could tell how your ancestors settled
where you are now and what was their way of life then.
Your articles will be published in the Bulletin in English with the French translation following.
You can send your articles by postal mail at the Association’s address or by e-mail at:
The Bulletin is published in March, June, September and December of each year.
The deadline to submit an article is one month before the next month of publication.
If it cannot be published in the next month of publication, it will be on the next one.
Thank you in advance for your contributed articles.
Number of Visitors
to this Web Site in Twenty Years
December 1, 1996 - December 1, 2016
Number of visitors
Since December 1, 2016
A NOTE REGARDING THE GUESTBOOK
Read this entire website before submitting a question.
Your question may be answered already.
This site contains everything I know about our family history.
I cannot do your genealogical research,
but this site will tell you who can.
Pour plus d'informations similaires en
français, cliquez sur le lien ci-dessous:
"L'Association des Familles Gagné-Bellavance Familles D'Amerique"
For similar information in French, see the link below to:
"L'Association des Familles Gagne-Bellevance Families d'Amerique"
To translate this site into French, click the link below and type www.gagnier.org into the window
Pour traduire ce site en français, cliquez sur ce lien et tapez dans la fenêtre www.gagnier.org
This site is updated as new information requires
and to announce meetings and reunions.
Annual meetings of the
Association of Gagne-Bellavance Families in
held each September, usually in
External links can be found below.
Internal links to other sections of this web site are just below.
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Gagnier (Gagne) History Web Site
by Rev. John F. Gagnier
Last modified on Wednesday
August 16, 2017