Welcome to our
Comte de Paris Decendants
We represent 33 families that arrived into Akaroa onboard the Comte de Paris in 1840
Welcome to our Comte de Paris Descendants group
Are you part of our family….. Do you have any of these names in your history
Benoit – Bernard – Bouriaud – Breitmeyer – Cebert – Chardin – David – Dulac – Dupas – Eteveneaux – Fleuret – Francois – Gendrot – Guindon – Gurtner – Hahn – Haulme – Hettich – Jotereau – Jouy – Le Duc – LeLievre – Libeau – De Malmanche – Masse – Michel – Pigoulet – Rousselot – Veron – Vidal – Waeckerle – Walter – Wooll
Sunday 19th June 2pm 2022
Our AGM is being held at the Village Papanui, corner of Papanui Road and Frank Street, Christchurch. Come along, support, and hear about the great work being done by the committee and the wider community on protecting our heritage. New members are most welcome. Afternoon tea is provided.
Descendants Picnic: Sunday 23rd of January from 11am at the Akaroa Heritage Park – 280 Long Bay Road, Akaroa. Come and join us for a great day out keeping our descendant family’s connections alive and well!
Akaroa Cemeteries Project – working with the Christchurch City Council to build a Memorial Entrance to honour the early settlers, erect Information Boards (done), develop more burial space.
Headstone project – we are lobbying the City Council to assist with restoring our settler headstones, and are working with the ‘Friends of the Akaroa Museum’ to record all the historic Akaroa headstones and make the information available.
Why you need to join us…
We are an Incorporated Society run by volunteers. Your membership helps preserve and protect our history.
Membership gives you…
- Access to resources
- Connect with other family members
- 4 newsletters per year
- Group membership of the NZ Society of Geanealogists
- Involvement in Family History events
- Be involved in projects to protect our history
Acceptance onto the Facebook page doesn’t constitute full paid membership to the Comte de Paris Descendants Group. It is open to the public and a good way of keeping in touch.
Protecting our knowledge and archives of years gone by for our future generations...