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Born about 1595 in Francemap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
Husband of Barbe Minguet — married about 1620 in Francemap
Husband of Marie (Salle) Sallé — married 20 Jan 1632 in Saint-Barthélémy, La Rochelle, Aunis, Francemap
Father of Nicolas Aucoin, Michelle Aucoin, Jeanne Aucoin and Jean Aucoin
Died before 1671 before about age 76 [location unknown]
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20:25: Gisèle Cormier removed Suzanne Barboteau (abt.1570-abt.1604) as mother of Martin Aucoin (abt.1595-bef.1671). [Thank Gisèle for this | 1 thank-you received]
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He was not the son of Martin Aucoin and Suzanne Barbot / Barboteau.
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Martin Aucoin migrated from France to Acadia.
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Martin Aucoin was born around 1595-1600, in France.  His parents are unknown. 
Martin Aucoin became a joiner, or carpenter.
He married twice. His first wife was Barbe Minguet whom he married around 1620. The couple had two daughters Michelle Aucoin and Jeanne Aucoin, who would eventually migrate to Acadia. It has been indicated that their eldest daughter Michelle, who was born about 10 years prior to Jeanne, may have been from a prior relationship. No record of Michelle's baptism has been identified, though Jeanne was baptised at Ste. Marguerite de La Rochelle. A son of Martin named Nicolas Aucoin was buried at Saint-Barthélemy on 30 Jan 1632, and is believed to be the son of Martin and Barbe as he died just 10 days after Martin married Marie Sallé. 
Following the death of his first wife Barbe Minguet, Martin Aucoin married Marie Sallé on 20 January 1632 at the church of Saint-Barthélemy in La Rochelle. The couple had at least one son, Jean Aucoin, who was baptized on 15 Nov 1632 at Saint-Barthélemy de La Rochelle. Sadly, Jean died when he was only 7 months old and was buried at Saint-Barthélemy on 25 Jun 1633.
It is unknown whether Martin Aucoin ever travelled or migrated to Acadie in Nouvelle-France. His eldest daughter from his first marriage, Michelle Aucoin had migrated to Acadie before 1642; and his second daughter Jeanne Aucoin also migrated to Acadia by the mid-1640s, marrying François Girouard there in about 1647.
Martin's second wife Marie Sallé did migrate at some point to Acadie, where she remarried, probably sometime after 1651 to Jean Claude. She was recorded in the 1671 census, but by that time was again a widow.
Since no record of death has been identified for Martin Aucoin, and the date of Marie Sallé's remarriage in Acadie is unknown (although believed to be after 1651), it is unknown when and where Martin died, but is only certain to be some years prior to 1671, by which time his wife's second husband had also died.
Parents of Martin Aucoin are unknown
Note by genealogist Stephen A. White in corrections for DGFA p. 41 citing an article by J. Nerrou, ±Recherches sur la famille Aucoin: Du nouveau, p 29r, 29v, dans F.-R. Perron, Acadie: Recherche des promoteurs et recruteurs en France, suite no 7, Paris, 2000.:
(Translation) Mr. Nerrou proposes another generation of ancestors of Aucoin by identifying the carpenter from La Rochelle with the son of Martin Aucoin and Susanne Baboteau who was baptized near La Rochelle on the 26th April 1595. Unfortunately, the basis for this conclusion is not explained in his article.
Note by genealogist Marcel Walter Landry:
(Translation) Some researchers have since proposed that Martin Aucoin (the elder) was the son of Martin and Susanne Barboteau, born in 1595. Except that this is not the Aucoin family, but the Angevin family (or Langevin ), from the parish of Cougne. We do not explain what makes such a connection possible, nor how these Angevins would have become Aucoins. We must therefore avoid adding this additional generation for lack of evidence, even if these names are now circulating on the internet.
Note by genealogist Karen Theriot Reader:
There are many who claim that this Martin AUCOIN was baptized on 26 Apr 1695 at Laleu, Charente Maritime, France (near La Rochelle), son of Martin AUCOIN & Susanne BARBOTEAU. The record in Latin is found here (right page last entry): http://www.archinoe.net/v2/ark:/18812/6141b016b7722fcdf2c62fccb5bb7af1 However, others assert that that was Martin Angevin, from another family altogether.
Children of Martin Aucoin. Stephen White has made substantial corrections to his 1999 genealogy of the two Aucoin families (see corrections linked to his ”Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes” (DGFA)). Based on these corrections, Martin Aucoin and his wife Barbe Minguet are the parents of sisters Michelle and Jeanne Aucoin, who used to be recorded separately. Martin and his second wife Marie Sallé no longer have a son listed as Martin, who married Marie Gaudet.
In 2003 revisions to the DGFA, it has been indicated that the family's eldest daughter Michelle Aucoin, who was born about 10 years prior to Jeanne, may have been from a prior relationship (Michelle (peut-être issue d'une alliance antérieure) n v 1621).
A Francois is listed in some family trees as a child of Martin Aucoin and Barbe Minguet and the father of Martin Aucoin who married Marie Gaudet. See further details of this debate under his profile.
Martin Aucoin (1595 - avant 1671)
Père et mère: Inconnus. Il n'a pas été prouvé qu'il était le fils de Martin Aucoin et de Suzanne Barbot / Barboteau.
1° Mariage: Vers 1620, à un endroit inconnu, Martin Aucoin âgé d'environ 25 ans épouse Barbe Minguet âgée d'environ 20 ans.
Enfants connus / Known children; Barbe Minguet & Martin Aucoin
Michelle Aucoin (1621 - 17 déc. 1706
Jeanne Aucoin (26 nov. 1630 - 18 avril 1718)
Martin Aucoin était un menuisier.
2° Mariage: Le 20 janvier 1632 à St-Barthélemy de La Rochelle, France, Martin Aucoin âgé d'environ 37 ans épouse Anne Marie Salé âgée de 20 ans, fille de Jean Denys/Denis dit Salé et de Françoise Arnaud. Le couple a eu un fils Jean, qui est né le 15 nov 1632 à St-Barthélemy de La Rochelle. 
Enfants connus / Known children; Marie Salé & Martin Aucoin
Jean Aucoin (15 nov 1632 - 25 juin 1633)
Décès: Il décède entre 1651 et 1671. (Sa seconde épouse Marie Sallé, dans le recensement de 1671, était identifiée comme étant la veuve de Jean Claude, avec qui elle se serait remariée après 1651.)
c1620 marriage to Barbe Minguet
c1621 birth, daughter Michelle
1630 birth, daughter Jeanne in La Rochelle France
16xx birth, son Nicolas, died in La Rochelle 1632
1632 marriage to Marie Sallé, in Stt-Barthelemy La Rochelle France
1632 birth, son Jean, in St-Barthélemy de La Rochelle
before 1671 death
? No date or location of birth given by Stephen White. Age based on 1st marriage around 1620.
? 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 Stephen A. White, ”Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes” ("DGFA") (Moncton, New Brunswick: Centre d'Études Acadiennes, 1999) pp. 40-41 NOTE ALSO corrections
? 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 Dictionnaire généalogique des familles acadiennes - Ajouts et corrections. Centre d'Études Acadiennes. Université de Moncton, New Brunswick. Available online at DGFA - Ajouts et corrections 09-02-2017 accessed 13 Mar 2022.
? La Charente Maritime. Les Archives départementales. Image 85 of 92 for La Rochelle, Mariage Paroisse Saint-Barthélémy 1630-1650.
? Dictionnaire généalogique des familles acadiennes - Ajouts et corrections. Centre d'Études Acadiennes. Université de Moncton, New Brunswick. Available online at DGFA - Ajouts et corrections 09-02-2017 accessed 13 Mar 2022.
Translation of third note: Arnaud Gyon's signature in Martin Aucoin's marriage certificate with Marie Sallé is the same as that affixed on the baptismal certificate of Jeanne Aucoin, daughter of Martin Aucoin and Barbe Minguet. This assures us that it is the same Martin Aucoin in both acts, even if there is no mention of widowhood in his marriage certificate with Marie Sallé.
Denis Savard, "Racines acadiennes" column in the periodical Acadie Nouvelle, issue of 10 April 2016: “Martin Aucoin and Martin Aucoin” at Racines acadiennes.
Karen Theriot Reader Martin Aucoin
Karen Theriot Reader Marie Sallé