The Bergeron Louisiana families appear to be from two family lines and a family link that would tie the two together has not yet been made. There is still a chance a link of the two will be found and the book will report on one family.
The two Bergeron families currently are Nicholas Bergeron (Bef 1713- ?) and his wife Jeanne Vigere (? – 1762) and Joseph Bergeron (1520-1605) and his wife Marie Albina Pellerin (1518-1542).
George Guillaume Bergeron (1713-1762) is the child of Nicholas Bergeron and Jeanne Vigere. He married Agnes Landotor La Renaudiere in Natchitoches, LA. This family settled in Pointe Coupee Parish. One of the descendants of this family was Valery Bergeron. He built the Delphine Plantation in the 1700 near Baton Rough.
Joseph Bergeron and Marie Albina Pellerin were from France. Some of the fifth-generation family descendants settled in Canada while a few from the sixth generation made it to Louisiana.
There is still many hours of research and data entry left to do. If you have an interest in this publication, persons currently in the book with birth and death information, can be review in the incomplete Index.
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