Birth Name: Charles-André Comeau
Place of Birth: Montréal, Québec, Canada
Date of Birth: September 17, 1979
Ethnicity: French-Canadian/Acadian – including Breton, distant German and Portuguese, 1/64th Channel Islander [Jersey], 3/4098 First Nations [1/2048 Wyandot and 1/4096th Weskarini Algonquin], remote English, Belgian [Flemish], and Scottish
Chuck is the son of André Joseph Philippe Comeau and Françoise Marie Colette Talbot. He is married to Jacquelin Napal, with whom he has a son.
Chuck’s patrilineal line can be traced back to his ninth great-grandfather, Pierre Comeau, of Pouilly-en-Auxois, Côte-d’Or, France.
Chuck’s paternal grandfather was François Xavier Comeau (the son of Jean-Baptiste Caracciolo Comeau and Olivine Albertine Marcouiller). François was born in Québec. Jean-Baptiste was the son of François-Xavier Comeau and Dina Rivard-Loranger. Dina’s paternal great-grandfather, Josué Geffrard, was from Saint Helier, Jersey. Olivine was the daughter of Euchariste Marcouiller and Rose de Lima Corriveau. Euchariste’s paternal great-great-grandfather, Joseph Winner, was German.
Chuck’s paternal grandmother was Irène Day (the daughter of Charles Edgar Day and Marie-Alice-Adrienne Lamarre). Irène was born in Québec. Charles was the son of Luc Joseph Day, and of a French emigrant, Marie Eva Stemmelin, of Mulhouse, Haut-Rhin. Luc’s paternal grandfather, João (or Jean in French) Day, was Portuguese, from Lisbon. Adrienne was the daughter of Louis-Michel Lamarre and Marie-Blanche Cécile Anne “Annette” Bourdon. Annette’s maternal fifth great-grandmother, Marie-Félix Ouentouen, was a Wyandot First Nations.
Chuck’s maternal grandfather was Normand Talbot (the son of Wilfrid Talbot and Azilda Paradis). Normand was born in Québec. Wilfrid was the son of Antoine Talbot and Hortense Eléonore Roussel. Hortense’s maternal great-grandfather, Nicolas Grenier, was Jersey. Azilda was born in Fall River, Massachusetts, United States, the daughter of French-Canadian parents, Augustin Paradis and Georgianna Pineault.
Chuck’s maternal grandmother was Colette Laguë (the daughter of Georges Louis Henri Laguë and Alice Racicot). Colette was born in Québec. Georges was the son of Alphonse Antoine Laguë and Marie-Louise Baillargeon. Alphonse’s maternal sixth great-grandmother, Marie Miteouamigoukoue, was a Weskarini Algonquin First Nation. Alice was the daughter of Albert Gustave Racicot and Marie Louise Eugénie Collette, whose own father, Auguste François Collette, was French.
Chuck’s matrilineal line can be traced back to his tenth great-grandmother, Jeanne Caston.
Chuck is a direct descendant of Zacharie Cloutier (c. 1590-1677), a prominent early Québec settler.
Genealogy of Chuck Comeau (focusing on his father’s side) – http://comeaunet.org
Genealogy of Chuck’s paternal great-grandfather, Charles Edgar Day – https://www.myheritage.com
Marriage announcement of Chuck’s maternal grandparents, Normand Talbot and Colette Laguë – http://collections.banq.qc.ca (p. 33)