I have just recently been able to go back on my Saucier line to the early 1600s. I just entered my direct line into my tree and my online tree for now until my school quarter ends later next month when I will have more time to enter all the children. I have the children on different files waiting for me to enter them all, just needing the extra time now. :) Here's what I have for Regis' children for now. His son Antoine b. 1826 was my 2-great-grandfather. His son (also named Antoine) was my great-grandfather who was murdered in the Lachine Canal and found in 1896, glad he had his children young! His son Joseph was my grandfather. Stay in touch and I will update you when I get all the children put into the tree online. For now, here's the line I have without the children:
A couple of the children might be duplicate entries, so I still need to verify the siblings and get birth years, etc.
•ID: I685095 •Name: François Régis Saucier •Surname: Saucier •Given Name: François Régis •Sex: M •_UID: 3B402A1312FFD94AB551E7FAB5248473A37A •Change Date: 24 Aug 2007 at 01:00:00
Father: Louis Saucier Mother: Magdeleine Desrosiers
Marriage 1 Marie Dancosse • Married: 30 Jan 1815 in Louiseville S Ant Louiseville S Ant Ma Children 1. Marguerite Saucier 2. Madeleine Saucier 3. Josephte Saucier 4. François Xavier Saucier 5. François Xavier Saucier 6. Antoine Saucier 7. Antoine Saucier b: 1826 8. Abraham Saucier