White of the University of Moncton. An appeal that he and his sons addressed to the Governor of Canada in 1784, reveals that they were unable to sign. The Cyr family is an old heredity that has migrated all across the world for many generations, and as the name Cyr has migrated, it has evolved making it's origin tricky to piece together. Acadian Family Names 1700 to 1755 and Variations, Louisiana judge put the ‘x’ in Cajun names, Family Names and Nicknames in Colonial Québec, French first/given names (prénoms français), The First Bergeron d'Amboises in The Americas, Modern-Day Acadian Celebrations and the History Behind Them. Work in Progress since 1990 / Archivage toujour en construction The Tax collector komt op de tweede plaats de top 10 binnen en in de aanloop van de Sinterklaas-periode is Waar is het Grote Boek van Sinterklaas? Les enfants majeurs, ou toutes autres personnes vivantes, doivent se manifester directement auprès du, , née en 1690 - Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada, décédée le 12 novembre 1770 (lundi) - Miquelon-Langlade, 97500, Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, France à l'âge de 80 ans, Recherches avancées (par lieu, date, profession...), Décédé en 1744 - Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada, Original document is contained in the Leneuf Papers stored at the Canadian National Archives in Ottawa, Ontario. The most Cyr families were found in Canada in 1911. 1917 handhanft zich op 1 temidst van een actie. IMDb: 5.9 2020 83 min. The actual experience of our particular branch of the family, was typical: PIERRE (first generation) appeared in the 1671 census of Acadia, as Pierre SIRRE. {{ mediasCtrl.geTitle(media, true) }} What they knew was that Saints and they, were worlds-away from exposure to trade workers. Only much later in history did people from the south of France actually named St. Cyr (the “dit name” for the Deshaies in Quebec), migrate. This is where Cyr (as in the Greek version of the Saint) and Sire… the noble title and Sueur or Sire is actually Sutor. There is no contradiction in the meanings they found through their research to the Norman period and the meanings I found through my research to the Etruscan period 1,500 years earlier, words develop over the years to produce names. Geni requires JavaScript! Join over 6,000 others on the Acadian Facebook community where we talk about our history, genetics, and more…, Use shippingfriend to save 15% on two or more CD purchases. The Tax Collector verovert de eerste positie in de dagelijkse ranglijst en weet Waar is het Grote Boek van Sinterklaas? Closing Notes: The “ETRUSCANS were the people that dominated Italy before the Romans. There are no known persons identified in the 1600’s (or earlier) in France, who used Cyr as a last name. It is recorded in history to the year 1000”. staat zoals verwacht nu weer op de eerste positie. This practice was not common in French. They remained one of the most powerful nations of antiquity until their city of Veii was sacked by the Romans, who had themselves been under Etruscan rule, circa 396 B.C. Basil referred to him as Paul CYR in 1822. Son of Pierre Cyr and Marie Bourgeois In accordance with the legal provisions, you can ask for the removal of your name and the name of your minor children. aujourd'hui. Bekijk alle films waar Guillaume Cyr in speelt of heeft geregisseerd. The Decline. in the area of the Mont de La Loya near Savoy, on the other side of France from Brittany and Normandy, and its root Etruscan words Ceer, Cere, Sires, Sere, respectively meaning the Etruscan city of Caere, bewail, cherry and ‘I join’, does not in any way contradict Claude and Yvon Cyr’s research, rather, it compliments it and confirms the accuracy of their research when they conclude…. Vanaf vandaag te koop Ava. 16-11-2020 Trends. One really needs to understand that in 1600’s in France, the cloth trade was as vital to the economy (as automobile production is presently, in Detroit, Michigan). In his excellent book, the ‘History of the Cajuns‘, the author Alex Loya states…, “Cyr researchers Claude and Yvon Cyr have correctly concluded that Cyr denotes a location of origin in the area of Brittany and Normandy, being associated with the Greek word meaning ‘teacher’ and also ‘one who appears Lordly’. [See DNA research below]. Origine des noms de famille . My own theory is put forth for what it’s worth. [See added notes below]. He presented the “Alexandrian Codex” to Charles the First, and Valademirovich Cyr (Cyril – Kirill) (1866 – 1938), a Russian Grand Duke, during the Russian Revolution. (Note LEISURE it is a DNA mutant variation). Variations in spelling the same original surname, seems common. PAUL’S (fifth generation) baptismal record at St. They are _not_ descendants of first-generation Louis Sire of Acadia, to whom goes the honor of being the progenitor of Louis (Cyprien-Noé) Cyr (1863 -1912) of Napierville, Quebec, the “strongest man in the world”. Guillaume Cyr is an actor, known for Louis Cyr (2013), L'Imposteur (2016) and The Decline (2020). The spelling of their name was, so to speak, taken out of their hands. There was an elite school for girls at Versailles, widely known as l’Academie St. Cyr. Pierre Cyr, Marie-françoise Cyr (née Bourgeois), Jean Cyr, Marie Anne Cyr, Unknown Pierre Cyr, André Sire, Jean-pierre Cyr, Circa 1679 - Port-Royal, Acadie, Nouvelle-France, Circa 1744 - Beaubassin, Nouvelle-Écosse, Amérique du Nord Britannique, Jan 1679 - Beaubassin, Acadia, New France, Circa 1744 - Beaubassin, Nova Scotia, British Colonial America, ...Marie Bourgeois (born Cyr), Paul Cyr, Madeleine Vigneau dit Nestonguye (born Cyr), Marguerite Poirier (born Cyr), and, Jean-Baptiste Cyr, Pierre Cyr, Germain Girouard, Agnes Girouard, Agnes Gaudet (born Girouard), Pierre Cyr Sire Sirre Cire, Marie Bourgeois, Marie Cyr, Rosalie Cyr, Jean dit 'Genga' Cyr Sire, Madeleine Cyr Sire Cyre Cire, Michel Cyr, Pierre Cyr, Paul Cyr, Marguerite Cyr, Einsiedeln, Einsiedeln, Schwyz, Switzerland, Amherst, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia, Canada. 5.9. Starts to get confusing in France; And, consider the following………. We may assume that, as a gunsmith schooled in France, he was able to spell his name. The individual who owned a remarkable animal, might be called “LeBoeuf” (Bull) or “Colombe” (Dove). {{ media.date_translated }}. Major children and living persons must directly contact the, Relationship with Albertine Ouellet (Sosa/Ahnentafel #1), Relationship with Marguerite Bourg (spouse), , born in 1652 - Port Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada, deceased 2 March 1741 - Beaubassin, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada aged 89 years old, , born about 1656 - Port-Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada, deceased in 1693 - Beaubassin, Nova Scotia, Acadie, Canada aged about 37 years old, , born about 1662 - Port-Royal, Acadie, Nova Scotia, Canada, deceased 20 July 1730 - St-Charles les Mines, Gaspe, Canada aged about 68 years old. The family name Cyr is one of the oldest Norman French names and comes from the borders of Normandy and Brittany. {See Alex Loya’s hypothesis below]. This was usually a person with merchant status: or legal profession etc. Clin d'oeil a St-Jean de Cherbourg La Colonisation et les Noms This Cyr origins and history page contains the contributed history of the Cyr family name made up of user-uploaded content from users like you. He based his belief on certain legends that said that the Etruscans had been among the ancient Sea Peoples and had come from the area of Lydia, which is found in the Aegean Sea by Greece and Turkey, having arrived to the Italian Peninsula after a failed attempt to invade Egypt. 1. John who lived on the outskirts of the village in the valley, was identified as John Vale (La Valle), and John who lived on a side hill, became John LaMontagne (Hill). En utilisant ces derniers, vous acceptez l'utilisation des cookies. Family Despres Couillard, Ouellet and all the names if linked, since 1990 to today, List of all individuals in the family tree, http://www.nosorigines.org/GenealogieQuebec.aspx?genealogy=Pierre_Cyr&pid=357301&lng=en&partID=357302, http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/p/y/l/Deborah-M-Pyle-Tyngsboro/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0550.html, Born in 1679 - Port-Royal, Acadie, Nova Scotia, Canada, Deceased in 1740 - Beaubassin, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada, Conversely, Claude Cyr’s finding confirms the Etruscan root of Cyr, since the Etruscans are one of the oldest foundational cultures of France. Sire and versions of it are from the old Persian meaning ‘magical’………a purely Celt term by then, either brought in by direct migration, or the Norse……. Flemish is the territorial name for the Dutch language spoken in historic Flanders, a region mostly comprising the northern part of Belgium, but also including a southern part of the Netherlands and a small area of northern France].He gave it as he had spelled it in France. Church and civil records in Acadia contained these and other random spellings, dictated more often by recorder’s degree of familiarity with the local scene, than anything else. Dionysius based his view and his response to Herodotus on the fact that the Etruscans did not follow the same laws, did not worship the same gods, did not use the same institutions and did not speak the same language as the Lydians did. Daarnaast besteden we aandacht aan verwachte films, premieres en films op TV. So we could expect when we find Sirre in Brittany (as we do), that it refers to the Irish version. It is there in Brittany, that the Cyr or Cyre “Coat of Arms” is registered. Never once have I found an example of a true Sire family where it meant anything even close to Lord or Noble: as a last name…….. More people worked in the cloth industry, than any other. The U.S. census of 1820 was not a nominal census in Madawaska. Father of Michel Cyr; Jean Cyr; Pierre Cyr; Marie Cyr; Paul Cyr and 6 others; Madeleine Cyr; Marguerite Cyr; Anne Cyr; Rosalie Cyr; Marie Sire (Cyr) and Marie Catherine Cyr « less Histoire des métiers . Sire and Cyr are pronounced exactly alike in French; cire. Cyr was probably more wisely known than Sire in the 18th century. However most older French versions of the name, come with the accent on the last “e” and should be pronounced SERAY. I suggest that missionaries newly arrived from France, on hearing the family name at the baptismal font in Beaubassin, thought of St. Cyr (the “dit name” for the Deshaies in Quebec) and began to favor that spelling. Les personnes décédées n'entrent pas dans ce cadre. Dictionaries of names indicate that “CYR” could have been spelled Cyril, Cyrillus, Cyrillo, Cyrille, Ciril, Ciro, Cyre, Syr, Syre, Cire and Sire… and, less we forget, “Crock or Croque” a well-known nickname amongst the Jean-Baptiste Cyr clan. It is just pure fantasy to believe that the surname Cyr is anything but a North American aberration, as it nearly never existed as a surname in France until the very late 1700’s and, in fact, only appeared to persons who added it to their surname… such as a geographical location of the parish they lived in (i.e. My Grand-Father Fred O. Cyr [April 18, 1880 – June 18, 1945], Grand-Mother Alice Poitras [June 04, 1882 – December 09, 1969], My Great Grand-Father Onezime (Aka Lezime) CYR [September 22, 1856 – January 29, 1911], Great Grand-Mother Christine (Christie) BOURGOIN [May 09, 1855 – October 17, 1894]. CYR SURNAME: The Cyr is a total fabrication of new world priests because, having been trained in monasteries and the Royal Courts, our surname sounded like that, to them. This created the Greek word SERICOS…and the Latin word SERICA which was the root of the word SAGUM, or woolen cloak. ALEXIS (sixth generation) was described in the 1860 U.S. census as Alexander, the son of Paul CROCK, but subsequently during his lifetime, the name settled-down to CYR (I like to think that, after all these years, they finally ‘got it right’ The French pronunciation (cire) remained constant in Madawaska, but with the increasing use of English in the area, it has been anglicized (like the English word “seer”), including all the frequent aberrations sich as “cur” and “cry”. JEAN-BAPTISTE (third generation) appeared as Jean SIRE in the Beaubassin church record of his marriage January 26, 1734; and as Jean SYR in a list dated August 12, 1763, of prisoners on the St. John River. verreweg de best bekeken film en neemt nu ook de eerste positie in de wekelijkse ranglijst in beslag.... 15-11-2020 Trends. After doing extensive research, I (Alex Loya) agree with Dionysius, although it is evident that Lydian and other Indo-European elements contributed to the formation of the Etruscan nation, mostly by way of commerce.”, Click here to source copy of the ‘History of the Cajuns’ Book, Jean-Baptiste Cyr Memorial Monument in St. David, Maine, (Installed for the first Cyr Family Reunion held in Madawaska, Maine in 1981). Managed by: Linda Mae Cyr… (i.e. This was about 97% of all the recorded Cyr's in the USA. This process took place over a period of time when there was a dearth of education among the Acadians. The following is reproduced (with thanks) from the source notes provided me by my uncle Roch Cyr, who obtained them from his good friend Leo G. Cyr. JEAN (second generation) signed Jean SIRE in 1715 as one of the commissioners reporting to the British the decision of the Beaubassin population, in regard to taking the oath of allegiance to George II. According to Dionysius, all the evidence pointed to their origin being within the Italian Peninsula from time immemorial. {{ media.date_translated }}. Basil, referred to him as the son of Paul SYR. Individual surnames originated for the purpose of more specific identification and are relatively recent in the annals of mankind. The Cyr family name was found in the USA, Canada, and Scotland between 1840 and 1920. These cherries, thus the Etruscan meaning of “cherry”, may have been used in some sort of funeral tradition, thus the Etruscan meaning of “bewail”, which mourners joined in… thus the Etruscan association of “I join”. If a John in the village was from England or spoke English, he may have ended up with the surname “Langlais” (English or England); if he was French in an English community, he became John French (La France). LE SUEUR SURNAME: Le Sueur on the other hand comes from the Latin word SUTOR….one who makes things from patterns. Our name came from France as Sire. Grands ... Guillaume CYR 1679-1744 Marié vers 1707, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada, avecMarguerite BOURG 1690-1770 Notes Notes individuelles. It is recorded in history, back to the years 1000 and seems to be associated with the ancient family of William of Moncaux, the ancient Lords of Maers and Counts of Nevers. The fact that I found the villages of Sier and Sire etc. The following portraits, were photographers (by myself) on my Grand-Parents Wall. The only link to this custom, would be that of adding “fils” to the father’s name. cloth, shoes, iron etc). Cyr, (the “dit name” for the Deshaies in Quebec). The list could go on and on, with French names being given an English spelling… such as Lang to Long, Cyr to Sear, Sirois to Searway. Guillaume Cyr: Birthdate: estimated between 1830 and 1890: Death: Immediate Family: Son of Firmin Cyr and Georgina Paradis Husband of Philomene Corbin. when Herodotus, a Greek historian known as the Father of History, theorized regarding the origin of the ancient Etruscans that they had come to Italian Peninsula from the area of Lydia in Asia Minor. Guillaume Cyr: Birthdate: estimated between 1830 and 1890: Death: Immediate Family: Son of Firmin Cyr and Georgina Paradis Husband of Philomene Corbin. In every case though: it refers to a trade……cloth weavers; cloth merchants; salters; builders; shoe makers; sheep farmers. de best bekeken film. Furthermore, there is no contradiction in that Claude and Yvon Cyr conclude Cyr is Norman from the area of Brittany and Normandy and I conclude it is Etruscan from the area of Savoy because their research takes them to the Norman period circa, as they say, the years 1000 AD, while my research takes it to the Etruscan period of France, at least 1,500 years earlier.”. Ground Hog Day 8: Sint maakt het spannend. In 1840 there were 38 Cyr families living in Maine. aged 61 years old. Rome itself was under Etruscan rule before the rise of the Romans. Marionette neemt de koppositie wederom over maar met de Sinterklaasintocht van vandaag zou dat morgen wel weer eens anders kunnen zijn. The Geneanet family trees are powered by Geneweb 7.0. So, it is easy to see how the two names sounded similar and were somewhat interchangeable, as time went by. Acadian Genealogy is important to us and three generations of my family have worked hard to create a library of the Acadian surnames and their family connections. Basil (New Brunswick) record referred to him as “feu Jean SIR”. PAUL’S (fourth generation) baptismal record at Beaubassin, referred to him as Paul CYRE in 1741. it is actually Saier (for magical); Saer (for free). and they had been totally assimilated by the Romans by the year 100 B.C. Ireland and Britain did not share similar cultures, languages or religions. MAJ: 16 Septembre 2009 Sources. Unfortunately, they did not leave written history; what is known about them is known largely by the writing of Greek and Latin historians and by archeological evidence. Bijna... 14-11-2020 Trends. Genres. Ouellet et tous les Noms si ratachent depuis 1990 a aujourd'hui, the odd Lesiers….Leziers……or Leisure as they spell it now….. The Studholme Report of 1783, listed him as Paul CIRE. Discover the family tree of Guillaume (Sire) Cyr for free, and learn about their family history and their ancestry. Action 122; Photocopy of authentic signature of Pierre [Sire] Sirre, provided by Stephen A. Deceased persons do not fall within the scope of these legal provisions. SERRE SURNAME: The Serre: on the other hand comes from SERITOR… the goddess of farming. 2. Vanaf vandaag te koop... Biosagenda.nl - De meest complete filmwebsite van Nederland biedt alle bioscoopagenda's, óók THUIS VOD, Streaming en TV en alle films die in Nederland en Vlaanderen te zien zijn. Thriller. Vanaf vandaag als... Groundhog Day 12: Sinterklaas in in het land. In France back then: social class was so structured it was an offense to misstate your true position……….you had your role in life and you never moved up or down………..for hundreds of years: what your family was: is what you were. The United States did not take a census of Madawaska in 1790, 1800 or 1810, thereby sparing the name considerable mutilation. Corsica was under Etruscan rule, and there is evidence that neighboring Sardinia was, as well. With more than half-a-million lineage-linked individuals available, we are the number one source on the web of Acadian genealogy information. Gedurende het eerste Sinterklaas-weekend is Waar is het Grote Boek van Sinterklaas? Guillaume Cyr. The name “CYR” appears to have denoted a location…”one who comes from Saint Cyr”, along with an association with the Greek and French, meaning descendant of Cyr (teacher) and “one who appears Lordly”. There is no contradiction, rather there is development. It was also spelled CERES and is/was the backbone of words like cereal. VOD Trends: Week 36, 6 september 2020 The “CYR” name has been established in history by numbers of illustrious persons which include Cyr of Alexandria (Cyril) (376 – 444 A.D.); Cyr Lucaris (Cyril) (1572 – 1638), Patriarch of Constantinople in 1621. Mise a jour Sire and Cyr … Please enable JavaScript in your browser's settings to use this part of Geni. What I found regarding the name Cyr conclusively confirms that it is one of the oldest Norman French names. Sire was a name indigenous to northwestern France. Another John who lived in a timber stand may have ended up with the surname Epinette (Spruce), or from the stand of oaks, his English name would be John Oaks (John Deschenes, in French). His marriage record at St. Managed by: Linda Mae Cyr… In the case of Cyr, it could have started with the Etruscans with, for example, the establishment of an Etruscan settlement by a field of cherries, thus the Etruscan meaning of Ceer, the Etruscan city. Peut Contenir des erreurs c'est sur. Ceir, Cere, Cire, CYR, Cyre, Cyrs, Cyrus, De Serre, De Sire, De Sirré, Le Sars, Le Siers, Le Sire, Le Sor(e), Le Sot, Le Sueur, Le Syr, Leisure, Lesiers, Leziers, Liesure, Lozier, Lussier, Saer, Saier, Sayer, Sayers, Sayre, Sayres, Sear, Seare, Sears, Seears, Seer, Seere, Seers, Seir, Sere, Serre, Sias, Sier, Siers, Sieur, SIRE, SIRRE, Soares, St. Cyr, Sueur, Suire, Suires, Sutor, Syar, Syars, Syas, Syer, Syers, Syr, Syre, Von Suire, Zaher, Zier. My theory is not intended to suggest that we had any connection with the St. Cyr (the “dit name” for the DeShaie/Deshaies in Quebec) family. …and of course we are really not certain if Pierre was really a Sire! Guillaume Cyr - acteur. In 1792, a St. Half brother of Germain Girouard, II and Agnès Gaudet. Ook schrijft Biosagenda over sterren, nieuws en maken we interviews en reportages. A current fad for spelling names in various ways, may have contributed to the process. There was none. Waar is het Grote Boek van Sinterklaas? SERES SURNAME: The SERES were an ancient Asian people who first brought silk from the far-east, to the Greeks. The “CYR” family name arrived on the North American Continent of Acadia, via PIERRE SIRE/CYR (1668). The following is reproduced (with thanks) from Claude L. Cyr’s “The Origins of the Cyr Name” published in “The Cyr Legacy” Book, on the occasion of the CYR FAMILY REUNION held in Madawaska, Maine in July 1981. Home » Genealogy » Families » Cyr » Origins of the Cyr Name, Click to hear the 2011 Cyr Family Reunion Song, Variants of the Surname spelling Guillaume Cyr Historical records and family trees related to Guillaume Cyr. The Latin word SERIUS, is the backbone of the word Sieur or Segneiur/Seigneur or Sire/Sir, as the English used it. Brother of Jean- Baptiste I (Jehan) Cyr; Jean Cyr and Pierre Cyr {{ mediasCtrl.geTitle(media, true) }} en alle Harry Potter-films achter zich te laten. A junior Knight was an Esquire…….. A Cyr, is a Sire, is a Cire, is a Cyre and, by any other spelling, is still a CYR! So far in Canada there is Suire and LeSire……Lozier…….LeSueur………St. The hardest part for most folks to get their head around is that virtually every version of the name, both in Canada and the USA, were totally made up…upon landing. Conformément aux dispositions légales, vous pouvez demander le retrait de votre nom et celui de vos enfants mineurs. Habibie & Ainun 2012. Click here for details on the “Acadian-Cajun Family Genealogy” CD-ROM. Only Ireland and Brittany did. depuis 1990. Which brings us to North America; where we get all these versions melting into one big Sire pot, with spellings changing, even within families! His burial record in 1865, called him Paul CYR. There are great numbers who would deserve a place as distinguished bearers of the “CYR” name, but since this presentation is not meant to be a “Who’s Who” amongst Cyrs, nor is it meant to be a complete study of family history, we let the readers complete their own lists from the Cyrs still living! La Rose de St. Cyr). Click here to view details of the largest Cyr Family in the world! Subsequently, St. Cyr (the “dit name” for the Deshaies in Quebec), became widely known as the West Point of France. Saint-Cyr refers to the popular child-saint Saint Quiricus (Cyriacus), whose following was strong in France because relics were brought back from Antioch by the 4th-century Bishop Saint Amator of Auxerre. All three of the above surnames, can be easily confused with one another. Dionysius of Halicarnassus, who wrote a response to Herodotus’ theory circa the 1st century B.C., strongly believed that the Etruscans did not migrate from anywhere but, rather, that they were the oldest inhabitants native of the Italian Peninsula known as the Villanovan Culture, the cavemen of Italy. Thus the reason the SERES surname is common in regions like Amiens, which was the hub of the cloth industries. Click here for details on the CYR/SIRE Family Genealogy CD-ROM. Anticipating a disaster, Antoine, a father, attends a survivalist training given by Alain in his autonomous hideout. The Cyrs of Madawaska are all descendants of JEAN-BAPTISTE SIRE, one of the grandsons of first-generation PIERRE SIRE of Acadia. The Decline Feb. 27, 2020. The Title Sire or Sieur : has an Italian base…….it didn’t appear in France to any extent until well into the 1200’s………..and it nearly always referred to a Knight……..someone usually without land who was in service of a landed noble……..and perhaps later received land for service: but not at the highest levels. The Danish Girl 2015. Guillaume Cyr, Actor: Louis Cyr. 17-11-2020 De bioscopen en publieke ruimtes, zoals bibliotheken en theaters mogen weer open naar het niveau van twee weken geleden. Their empire was composed of a loose confederation of 12 major cities in the area of present-day Tuscany and central Italy, including cities of Felatri, Arretium, Curtun, Fufluna, Vetluna, Clevsin Perusia, Velch, Velzna, Tarchna, Caisra (or Ceer) and Veii, plus a few other minor cities as far north as the Po River in Italy and as far south as Campania. Genealogy profile for Guillaume Cyr Guillaume Cyr (c.1679 - c.1744) - Genealogy Genealogy for Guillaume Cyr (c.1679 - c.1744) family tree on Geni, with over … Husband of Marguerite-Anne Bourg Others believed that they came to the Italian Peninsula with the rest of the Indo-European that populated the rest of Europe. [Added note from Yvon, December 2011… we cannot be certain that Pierre was from France and early DNA tests, suggest he may in fact have Flemish roots. Its metamorphosis to Cyr was gradual and a rather long time in developing. Why did Cyr prevail? U.S. censuses called him Paul CERE in 1830; Paul CYR in 1840; Paul CROCK in 1850; Paul CYR in 1860. No man would dare say he was a Sire if he was not……….. Of course St. Cyr (the “dit name” for the Deshaies in Quebec), was something entirely different: in this case Cyr was a first name: from the Greek Quiricus…. The illiteracy of their fugitive existence (since the burning of Beaubassin in 1750), was becoming apparent. Origine des prénoms . There was an elite school for girls at Versailles, widely known as l’Academie St. Cyr. They became a necessity when a single village could count several Johns; thus John the Blacksmith, Silversmith or Tinsmith became John Smith… an association with his trade. souvent pour justement les corriger. The Purge: Election Year 2016. Their origin was a mystery and was already a subject of debate by the 5th century B.C. But there is no case where Sire was not followed by De: indicating the geography of what he was Sire of………. Occasionally below the level of Knight we find Homme Noble……and the odd Sirewith that. Dismiss. Famille Despres Couillard, Other cultures adopted a means by which a man and his descendants were called sons of… such as Anderson, Peterson, or the Irish custom which uses “Fitz”, as in Fitzpatrick, Fitzsimon; and the Scots with “Mac”, as in MacDonald and MacArthur. By using this website you consent to our use of cookies. Cyr was probably more wisely known than Sire in the 18th century. The family name “CYR”, is one of the oldest Norman French names and comes from the borders of Normandy and Brittany.

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