As I mentioned before, the entire report was done in French.I don't know of any translation.I may have to do it myself, which will take time since it is 20 pages long.It describes property he and his children owned (which is broken down to how many cows, pigs, children, etc.).I don't know where you're located, but I was told by a Fradette in the San Diego area that he knows of quite a few families in the Vermont and Boston areas.I tried to contact another person with the Fredette name but he never returned my call. I plan on getting a software for this project soon as I can tell that it will become much larger than expected. I will soon be in Quebec.I hope to have the time to contact the government agency that deals with ancestry.Quebec is where it all began unless someone else with the Fradet name came directly from France to the U.S.According to my grandfather's study, no one else with that last name came to Quebec. I tried to contact all the Fradets and Fradettes available by email a few years ago wherever they may be and only received a few responses.If you know of others besides yourself, we may want to begin and share an email list which may help us all.