Some of his children came to Chezzetcook. Joseph (b.1726) married Marie Suret in 1769. Magdaleine (b.1737) married Joseph Guenon in 1760. Marguerite (b.1735) married Joseph Petitpas in 1767.
His son Amand (b.1731), who lived at the “Riviére-aux-Canards”, near Grand Pré, at first evaded the Expulsion of 1755, but later was captured and held as prisoner in Halifax until 1763. Married about that time to Théotiste Bonnevie before witnesses, he proceeded to the French island of Miquelon, where on October 9th, 1765, he had his marriage blessed. He then returned to the Chezzetcook area about 1771, where he was baptized at the hands of the missionary Charles François Bailly, just returned from a yearlong tour of Cape Breton.
We do not know where Amand and his family went thereafter, but one of his sons, Sylvain born February 3, 1770 in Chezzwtcook married Pelagie Godon about 1790 in Dartmouth Nova Scotia. This couple had six children, all of whom were raised in Harbour au Bouche and are the ancestors of the many Brow descendants who remain in Havre Boucher to this day.
The Breau surname, like many other early Acadian names was modified over the years with Brow now being the predominant spelling in the Havre Boucher area.