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chagnon family tree

Welcome to the Chagnon Family Tree. This website is dedicated to the genealogy research for the ancestry of the Chagnon Family Tree, that descends from  Pierre and Louise (Fauvreau) Chagnon.

The branch of Narcisse “Nelson” and Delina (Bouchard)  Chagnon is the primary focus of this site, but I do have information on several other branches of the Chagnon Family tree, so if you are looking for someone, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

While you are here don’t forget to check out my Blog,  there is lots of  interesting and helpful articles. Plus there are tips on doing your own genealogy research as well.

Beginner's Guide to Genealogy
Beginner’s Guide to Genealogy

If you are new to genealogy research, collecting information about your family tree can be a bit overwhelming in the beginning. Especially if you don’t know where to start, what information you should be collecting,  how to keep it organized or where to even begin look for it.  I have put together a free eBook that is filled with tips to guide you in your research. It will help you to understand how to start your research, what  type of information is important to collect and where you can find the information you need. This  free  eBook has easy to follow tips that will make  your family research so much more fun. Just enter your email address to download a free copy. 

There is a  Resource page which contains links to other reliable and helpful genealogy websites and if you are in need of forms to help you in collecting and keeping your valuable research organized check out the Forms page

Subscribe to become a member and you will have access to more information and research data about the Chagnon Family Tree and you will also receive emails when new articles and information has been added to this site.

Chagnon Family Pages

Each child of  Narcisse “Nelson” and Delina Chagnon now has a dedicated family page for them and their family. You will find  information such as where they worked, their military services, children, interests and photos of their family. 

Researching your family tree is a way to learn about those who you never were able to meet and helps to preserve the legacy of your family for future generations. Keep the traditions and stories alive!

Wishing all the besting in your search!

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