The French surname Guilbeault is thought to be derived from a Germanic personal name
composed of the elements "Wil," meaning will or desire and "Berht," meaning bright or famous.
Early Origins of the Guilbeault family
The surname Guilbeault was first found in Poitou where they held a family seat
in the Seigneurie of Guilbault, which was originally spelled Guillebeau. The Seigneurie originated in 1456, taking its name from the noble family in that district.
Early History of the Guilbeault family
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Guilbeault Spelling Variations
of this family name include: Guilbaud, Guilbault, Guillebault, Guilbeault, Guilbot, Guillebeau, Guilbeaux, Guilbeau, Guillebot, De Guilbault and many more.
Early Notables of the Guilbeault family (pre 1700)
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Migration of the Guilbeault family to the New World and Oceana
Some of the first settlers of this family name were:
Guilbeault Settlers in Canada in the 20th Century
- Hermine Guilbeault, aged 72, who emigrated to Montreal Canada, in 1908
- Marie Guilbeault, aged 35, who settled in Montreal Canada, in 1908
- Raoul Guilbeault, aged 36, who emigrated to Montreal Canada, in 1908
- George Guilbeault, aged 20, who settled in Montreal, Canada, in 1924
Contemporary Notables of the name Guilbeault (post 1700)
- Narcisse V. Guilbeault, American Democrat politician, Elected New Hampshire State House of Representatives from Allenstown 1938 CITATION[CLOSE]
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- Steven Guilbeault (b. 1970), Canadian science reporter and environmental reporter