I have just recently begun my Boudreau search. My line is below:
ANDREE SAVOIE - JEAN PREJEAN ANNE PREJEAN - FRANCOIS PITRE MARGUERITE PITRE - FRANCOIS BOUDREAU CHARLES BOUDREAU - MADELEINE CLOUATRE CHARLES BOUDREAU - MARIE-ROSE BELANGER AUGUSTIN BOUDREAU - CATHERINE LAVERDIERE (OR LAVERDURE) PIERRE BOUDREAU - SOPHIE MARCIL ADJUTEUR BOUDREAU - VIRGINIA LAPORTE
I hit the "brick wall" right away, with both Savoie and Lejeune. I will say up front that I'm no expert, and that all I say here is pure speculation, however: Lejeune means "JUNIOR" in a sense. It's as if a researcher in another country saw "junior" behind a man's name, and took that to be the SURNAME. Of course that researcher would find about a billion "juniors". I think the patronym of Catherine Lejeune was BREILLARD, also spelled BRIARD. I have no access, at this point, to passenger lists or information from Poitou, etc., so can offer no proof, but I think this would be a path worth pursuing. The same may be true of Savoie. I found some SCAVOIS-SCAVOIE names in the Poitou area, again with so far no proof. I have listed them below in no particular order, they're pretty mixed up, but with the idea to highlight the names and villages primarily. There is no proof that this information is any more valid than the brick wall we face HERE. Just some ideas, folks.