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The Family of
Innocent Audet dit LaPointe


First Generation
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1. Jean (Jehan) AUDET, M1,2,3. Born ca 1580 in Maranzay, Guyenne, France.2 Jean (Jehan) died in Maranzay,
Guyenne, France, bef 1634; he was 54.2

He was a miller at Maranzay. 1

Child:

2 i. Innocent, M (ca1614-1700)



Second Generation
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2. Innocent AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M1,4,2,3. Born ca 1614 in Maulais, Thouars, Poitiers, France.2
Innocent died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 9 Dec 1700; he was 86.2

He was from Saint-Pierre de Maill in the Diocese of Poitiers, in Poitou, France.4

On 13 Feb 1634 when Innocent was 20, he married Vincente REINE (ROY)1,4,2,5, F, daughter of Pierre REINE, M (ca 1580-aft 1615), in Saint-Pierre Maulais, Canton Thouars, Deux-Svres, Poitou, France.1,2,3 Born ca 1615 in Maulais, Thouars, Poitiers, France.2 Vincente died in Qubec, Canada, bef 1715; she was 100.2

She was from Saint-Pierre de Maill in the Diocese of Poitiers, in Poitou, France.

They had the following children:

3 i. Nicolas "The Immigrant", M (<1637-1700)

ii. Jacquette2, F. Born ca 1647 in Saint-Christophe, Roumazires, Angoulme, Angoumois, France.2 Jacquette died in Qubec, Canada, on 27 Jul 1717; she was 70.2 bef 6 Nov 1684 when Jacquette was 37, she first married Franois NICOLAS2, M in France. Born ca 1647 in France.2 Franois died bef 1684; he was 37.6
He was Jacquette's first husband.

On 7 Nov 1684 when Jacquette was 37, she second married Jacques MORAND2, M in Qubec, Ville de, Qubec, Canada. Jacques died aft 1684.6
He was Jacquette's second husband.



Third Generation
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3. Nicolas "The Immigrant" AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M1,4,7,3,8. Born bef 13 Jul 1637 in Saint-Pierre-Maill, Poitiers, Poitou, France.1 Christened on 12 Jul 1637 in Saint-Pierre de Maulais, Poitiers, Poitou, France.1,2 Nicolas "The Immigrant" died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 9 Dec 1700; he was 63.1,2 Buried on 10 Dec 1700 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2

The settlement of what was to become Quebec City occurred when Samuel de Champlain and his men arrived on 3 July 1608. From 1629 to 1632 the settlement was occupied by the English, and many of the French left. The settlement remained small with only 17 families and Champlain and his wife Helen being residents when Champlain died in 1635. By 1666 only 3215 Europeans lived in the entirety of Canada.

Nicolas Audet was the first settler of the family in Quebec; he came to Canada in 1663. He was confirmed on 23 March 1664 at Quebec City. He worked for Bishop Laval, first at the Saint-Joachim farm near Cap-Tourmente in 1666, then as a caretaker at the bishopric and seignorial manor in Quebec City in 1668. In return for his services, Bishop Laval granted him land on the Ile DOrleans on 22 June 1667. Madeleine Desprs was one of the "Filles du Roi; she arrived in 1670 and they were married shortly after her arrival. He could not write as she had to sign their marriage contract. They settled at Sainte-Famille, Ile dOrleans, then about 1679 moved to St. Jean, Ile dOrleans,
where they both died and were buried.

Nicolas Audet was born, about 1641. He was the son of Innocent Audet and Vincente Riene (Roy), of Saint-Pierre- Maille, in the diocese of Poitiers. The surnames Audet and Lapointe originated, naturally enough, in France. The story is that, three families of Audets lived in the same area that formed a triangle and to tell one family of Audets from another, "dit Lapointe" was added to the same because, they lived at the "point" of this area.

We know that, Nicolas came to Canada before 1664 because, there is a record of his confirmation at Qubec on March 23 of that year.

Poitiers is a town in Poitou; that beautiful and bountiful Province of France where wheat is grown, the vine is cultivated and many varieties of fruit are raised. It is wooded country, yet covered by excellent pasture-land . In this
province, Charles Martel repulsed the Saracens and Clovis battled the Goths. Just about all of the colonists, who came from France in the 17th century, started in one of three ways: by working for the government, by working for a religious order, or by working for one of the more prosperous landowners.

Nicolas seems to have been taken under the wing of Monseigneur Franois de Laval, Bishop of Qubec. In the census of 1666, we find him working on the farm owned by the Bishop, at Saint-Joachim, nearby Cape Tourmente. Two years later, he was still working for the Bishop, as a porter in the lordly Chteau of Qubec. Confirmation of this comes through an act of Notary Pierre Duquet, which records: "Today, at the entrance gate of the estate, Sieur Jean Madry rang a little bell, in response to which, he was met by Nicolas Audet, porter of the Chteau. After admitting him, Audet went to inform his master, the Bishop."

For more than four years, Nicolas worked in service for others, earning his way. In preparing for his future, he was counting more on savings than on credit.

THE SETTLER
Nicolas Audet, the porter, decided to become a settler, on the le d'Orlans, just opposite the Beaupr coast. On 22 June 1667, he received a concession from the Bishop "of three arpents of land fronting the Saint Lawrence River and running Southward......" His grant was in the Parish of Saint-Famille, from which, the Parish of Saint-Jean was later formed. His neighbors were Guy Boivin and Robert Boulay. He hired them "to help him build a house to be finished within one year from this day."

Each year, on the Feast of Saint Martin, the 11th of November, he was required to give 20 sols in seignorial rent for each arpent of river frontage, 12 deniers for "cens" and 3 capons chosen by the Seigneur. It is worth noting that, the signatures on the contract, other than those of notary Paul Vachon, are those of Jean Crete, Master Cartwright, of Paul de Rainville, sheriff of Beauport and of the Bishop of Qubec himself. Nicolas Audet appears to have been well connected!

As soon as he could, Nicolas busied himself building his house, with the help of his neighbors. The census of 1681 tells us that by then, he had cleared fifteen arpents of land and had acquired 6 animals.

A KING OF THE HEARTH
Having built a house, Nicolas sought to make a home. To this end, he courted Madeleine Desprs, a young girl of fourteen years. The betrothed appeared before notary Romain Becquet, at Qubec, on 30 August 1670 to arrange a contract of marriage.

The future bride was sponsored by "Dame Anne Gagnier, widow of the late Master Jean Bourdon and Elizabeth tienne." In accordance with the custom of the time, Madeleine would bring Nicolas a dowry, a considerable one it seems. She had saved or acquired 200 livres but also, she would receive "the sum of 50 livres given her by His Majesty, in consideration of her marriage ." In short, these two were hardly poor in material goods.

This help given Madeleine by the king, signifies that, she was alone in Canada, most likely an orphan. We know that she could write. She penned herself as the daughter of Franois Desprs and of Madeleine LeGrand, from the Parish of Saint-Sauveur in Paris. This young lady born about 1656, was one of many generous girls, who came to Canada under the protection of the King of France.

At Sainte-Famille, le d'Orlans, the following 15th of September, the missionary priest, Father Thomas Morel, blessed their union in the presence of the witnesses Pierre Rondeau and Mathurin Dube. When Pierre and Mathurin were married the year before, each in turn asked Nicolas to stand up for him, now the favor was being returned.

This marriage brought forth twelve children, nine boys and three girls but, the elder two died young. All were born in the Parish of Sainte-Famille except the youngest three who were born at Saint-Jean, le d'Orlans. These ten children founded the family line. The following information is available on the Audet children:

1) Nicolas, the first to be named after his father, was born and baptized, on 21 September 1671, at Sainte-Famille, le d'Orlans but, was not alive at the census in 1681.

2) Nicolas, the second to be named after his father, was born, on 13 September 1672 and baptized eight days later, at Sainte-Famille, le d'Orlans but, was also not alive at the 1681 census.

3) Pierre was baptized, on July 1674, at Sainte-Famille, le d'Orlans, and married Marie Dumas, on 3 February 1698, at Saint-Jean. Marie was the daughter of Franois and Marguerite Foy. Pierre and Marie had eight children, four boys and four girls, all baptized at Saint-Jean.

4) Jean-Baptiste was born, on 17 November 1675 and baptized, on 1 December at Sainte-Famille. He married Marie- Louise Godbout, on 16 April 1708, at Saint-Laurent, le d'Orlans. The contract for this marriage was notarized by Chambalon, on 25 May 1708. Marie-Louise was the daughter of Nicolas and Angelique Lemelin. Jean-Baptiste and Marie-Louise had eleven children, three boys and eight girls, all baptized at Saint-Jean, le d'Orlans. Jean-Baptiste died an early death on 12 November 1728, and was buried the following day, at Saint-Jean.

5) Madeleine was born, on 18 September 1677 and baptized eleven days later, at Sainte-Famille. She married Jean Pouliot, on 11 February 1697, at Saint-Jean. The contract had been notarized that same day by Chambalon. Jean was the son of Charles and Franoise Meunier. Madeleine and Jean had nine children, five boys and four girls, all baptized at Saint-Laurent, le d'Orlans.

6) Joseph was probably born in 1678 since, he was reported to be four years old in the 1681 census. He married Jeanne Pouliot, on 5 November 1703, at Saint-Laurent. The contract for this wedding had been notarized, on 25 October by the senior Jacob. Jeanne was the daughter of Charles and Franoise Meunier. Her brother, Jean, had married Joseph's sister, Madeleine, six years earlier. Joseph and Jeanne had six children, four boys and two girls, all born at Saint-Jean.

7) Nicolas was baptized between July and October of 1680, at Saint-Jean. He married Marie-Louise Chabot, daughter of Mathurin and Marie Mesange, on 15 April 1697, at Saint-Laurent. The contract had been notarized by Chambalon, on 12 February, one day after he notarized the marriage contract for Madeleine and Jean Pouliot. Marie-Louise was the widow of Antoine Pouliot, the brother of Jean, who she had married, on 30 January 1696, also at Saint-Laurent. Antoine died without children, but Marie-Louise and second husband, Nicolas Audet, had nine
children, two boys and seven girls, all born at Saint-Laurent.

8) Marie was born, on 28 August 1682 and baptized seven days later, at Saint-Jean. She married Maurice Crepeau, son of Maurice senior and of Marguerite Laverdure, on 6 February 1702, at Saint-Jean. The contract had been notarized, on 27 January by LePailleur. Marie and Maurice had twelve children, seven boys and five girls, all but one was baptized, at Saint-Pierre. The next to the youngest was baptized at L'Ange-Gardien.

9) Franois was born, on 10 April 1684 and baptized two days later, at Saint-Jean. He married Marguerite Bernard, daughter of Andre and Marie Giton, on 3 June 1709, at Saint-Laurent. The contract was notarized by Chambalon, on 24 May. By 1730, Francois and Marguerite had nine children, six boys and three girls, all baptized at Saint-Laurent.

10) Marguerite was born, on 10 December 1686 and baptized the following day, at Saint-Jean. She married Louis mery dit Coderre, son of Louis senior and of Marie-Madeleine LeClerc, on 26 August 1722 , at Boucherville. The contract had been notarized three days earlier by Tailhandier. By 1725, Marguerite and Louis had two children, a boy and a girl, both baptized at Saint-Sulpice.

11) Innocent was baptized, on 16 April 1689, at Saint-Jean. He married Genevive Lemelin, daughter of Louis and Marie-Anne Delomay, on 12 November 1710, at Saint-Laurent. The contract had been notarized by Chambalon, on 15 October. Innocent and Genevive had thirteen children, seven boys and six girls, all baptized at Saint-Jean.

12) Joachim was born, probably, in 1691. He married Louise Roberge, daughter of Pierre and of Marie LeFranois, on 23 November 1716, at Saint-Laurent. By 1730, Joachim and Louise had nine children, six boys and three girls. The first two were baptized at Saint-Jean, but the rest were all baptized at Boucherville. It is noted that all were married, on the island, except Marguerite. She married Louis mery dit Coderre at Boucherville, on 26 August 1722. It is believed that she followed her brother, Joachim there, after the death of her parents when, he and Louise Roberge moved there with their young family.

In 1689, old Nicolas fell gravely ill, a situation from which, he never fully recovered. He was hospitalized for 19 consecutive days in the heat of the August summer and in September, he spent 26 more days under the care of the nursing sisters, at the Hotel-Dieu in Qubec. He had always worked his farm with stubborn tenacity but, no more would he be active. He had seen the marriage of three of his children, Nicolas, Pierre and Madeleine, but that left seven children at home, to be cared for by the strong arms of his wife, alone. But, he could still plan ahead and on 9 July 1696, he acquired yet another concession. This grant of land was three arpents of river frontage, some distance to the west of his own place. On 2 August 1698, he gave this land to his son Jean-Baptiste.

There were so many things yet to be done but, the bell tolled for Nicolas when he was fifty-nine years old. He was buried, on 10 December 1700 in the cemetery, at Saint-Jean where, his headstone bore the surname Lapointe. His widow passed on her inheritance, by donation to her son Joseph.

An inventory of the belongings of old Nicolas was made by notary Etienne Jacob, on 27 September 1706. It recorded seventy-five arpents of usable land, a nearby new house, measuring eighteen by twenty-four feet, a shed and a stable. Madeleine Desprs survived her husband for twelve years, and at her death, children Joachim and Marguerite were still unmarried. She was buried beside him, on 19 December 1712 at the age of fifty-six.

POSTHUMOUS GLORIES
The Audets truly could be called a religious family. For 150 years, they gave hundreds of priests and other religious devotees to the Roman Catholic Church of Canada.

FAMILY NAME VARIATIONS
Adatte, Adote, Adotte, Aude, Audette, Audy, Belhumeur, Cocuret, Debailleul, Hode, Lapoint, Lapointe, O'Day, Oday, Odet, Odette, Oudy, Ouelette, Owdet, Piercot, Pierre-Cot, and Simon.

This biography was taken from "Our French-Canadian Ancestors" by Thomas J. Laforest; Volume 1, Chapter3, Page
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"dit" Names etc. by Rita Elise Plourde

" There are two reasons why there are so many variant spellings of some names.
" First: most of the citizens of the 1600-1800 were illiterate. Of these, a precious few could sign their names.
However, the priests, seminarians, missionaries, monks & nuns were the most educated groups in the citizenry.
Only an elite few were educated beyond what we, today, would consider a basic elementary education.
" Consequently, many of the clerics & notaries, who under the French system of administration were charged with recording "vital statistics" wrote the names as they knew them to be in France, as a precious few of the immigrants/colonists signed them, or as they heard them (phonetically).
" That is why one sees Garau, Garrault, Gareau, Garo, etc... even amongst the sons of a particular ancestor. A good example are the descendants of Louis Houde...some of the variant spellings found are: Houd, Houle, Ould, Houde, Hood, etc.
" The second reason for variant spellings is: As the colonists migrated within Nouvelle France/New France & eventually beyond the areas of French-speaking Canada ( ex. to current-day USA, the Caribbean, the West Indies, etc.) recorders of "vital statistics" who were not French speakers, usually spelled names phonetically, or changed them because they didn't have a clue how to write them. (Ex. Rochefort became Rushfort in the Carolinas, Champagne became Shampang, Thibodeaux became Thibodo, or Tibodo. LeBrun was changed to Brown & Leblanc to White, etc. etc.)
" The "dit" names have an interesting origin. The English translation of "dit" is "said". The Colonists of Nouvelle France added "dit" names as distinguishers. A settler might have wanted to differentiate their family from their siblings by taking a "dit" name that described the locale to which they had relocated ( ex: since the Colonists followed the customs of the French feudal system, land was divided amongst the first born sons [primogeniture]. Soon there was not enough land to divide any further.
" Perhaps an adventurous younger son would decide to establish himself, with or without a family, in another area...say a fertile piece of land near some streams... he might add des ruisseaux (streams/creeks/rivulets) to distinguish himself from his brothers.When he married, or died, his name might be listed as Houde dit DesRuisseaux, or Desruisseau(s).
" The acquiring of a "dit" name might also be the result of a casual adoption, whereby the person wanted to honor the family who had raised them. Another reason was also to distinguish themselves by taking as a "dit" name the town or village in France from which they originated... ex: Huret dit Rochefort.

On 15 Nov 1670 when Nicolas "The Immigrant" was 33, he married Madeleine DESPRS4,7,3, F, daughter of Franois DESPRS, M (ca 1625-aft 1656) & Madeleine LE GRAND, F (ca 1625-aft 1656), in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,4,9,10 Born ca 1653 in Paris, France.1,11 Madeleine died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 18 Dec 1712; she was 59.1,2 Buried on 19 Dec 1712 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans,
Qubec, Canada.1,2

She was one of the 768 "Filles du Roi or Founding Mothers of New France (see below for the history), who came to Canada in 1670 at about age 17, bringing with her goods worth an estimated 200 livres for her dowry. She signedthe marriage contract drawn up on 30 August by the notary Becquet, but her husband could not read or write and could not sign the contract. She received the Kings Gift of 50 livres upon their marriage. An inventory of the belongings of her late husband Nicolas was made by notary Etienne Jacob, on 27 September 1706 ( six years after his death?). It recorded seventy-five arpents of usable land, a nearby new house, measuring eighteen by twenty-four feet, a shed and a stable. Madeleine Desprs survived her husband for twelve years, and at her death, children Joachim and Marguerite were still unmarried. She died after three days of illness. She passed on her inheritance, by donation to her son Joseph. 8 She was buried beside Nicolas on 19 December 1712 at the age of fifty-six.

IMMIGRATION: 1670, Fille du Roi; at age 17, bringing with her goods worth an estimated 200 livres for her dowry. Received the King's Gift of 50 livres.
Marie married Nicolas Audet dit Lapointe, son of Innocent Audet dit Lapointe and Vicente Rene Roy, on 15 Sep 1670 in Ste-Famille, le d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1 2 3 (Nicolas Audet dit Lapointe was baptized on 12 Jul 1637 in St Pierre de Maulais, Poitiers, Poitou, France,1, died on 9 Dec 1700 in St-Jean, le d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada 1 and was buried on 10 Dec 1700 in St-Jean, le d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada 1 3.)

Marriage Events:
Marriage Contract, 30 Aug 1670. Notary Becquet
Marriage Notes:
Nicolas and Madeleine had 122 descendants as of 31 Dec 1729. 4
Sources
1 Gagn, Peter J., King's Daughters and Founding Mothers: The Filles du Roi, 1663-1673 (Pawtucket, RI: Quinton Publications, 2001), page 215.
2 Institut Drouin, Dictionnaire National des Canadiens Franais 1608-1760 (AFGS 1968), page 31.
3 Tanguay, Cyprien, Dictionnaire Gnalogique des Familles Canadiennes, Vol 1, 1608-1700 (Global Heritage Press, 2001 with permission of la Socit gnalogique Canadienne-Franaise), page 17.
4 Gagn, Peter J., King's Daughters and Founding Mothers: The Filles du Roi, 1663-1673 (Pawtucket, RI: Quinton Publications, 2001), page 595.

Les Filles du Roi

The French term "Filles du Roi" translates literally as "the daughters of the King." Between 700 and perhaps 1,000 young, single women traveled to Quebec City, Trois Rivires, and Montral from 1663 to 1673 as a part of a program managed by the Jesuits and funded by King Louis XIV.

These hardy immigrant women married and raised families. In fact, many of them raised large families in the tradition of the day. Many of their sons and daughters went on to also have large families, and so on and so forth for generations. As a result, millions of living people are descended from this group of pioneer women.

In the mid-1600s, most of the people arriving in what was then called New France were young French men intent on farming or fur trapping. Relatively few women traveled to the new land, which created a problem for these young men: there were very few women of marrying age. As if the farmers and fur trappers didn't have enough competition finding wives, King Louis XIV sent almost 1,200 soldiers of the Carignan-Salires regiment to Qubec in 1665 to fight the Iroquois Indians, who were aggressive and killed many settlers. The soldiers were deployed at strategic points of the territory to defend the colony and its residents. The regiment was successful, and a peace treaty with the Iroquois was signed on 10 July 1667. The Regiment then returned to France but left behind 400 soldiers and officers, aged between 19 and 30, who all agreed to remain in the country as settlers. With an additional 400 young men added to the colony, the marriage problems worsened. Jean Talon, intendant of New France, carried out the colony's first census. He recorded that the population was a bit more than 3,000, with 719 unmarried males and only 45 unmarried females living in the colony. This did not bode well for the future of the settlement.

In the custom of the day, the oldest daughter of a family in France received as large a dowry as possible from her parents to improve her chances of marriage. Dowries often included furniture, household articles, silver, land, or other inherited goods. Younger daughters of the same family typically received smaller dowries. Daughters of impoverished families often received no dowry at all, which reduced their chances of finding a suitable mate. These younger daughters were prime candidates for an opportunity in the New World.

Starting in 1663, the French government recruited eligible young French women who were willing to travel to New France to find husbands. The King of France offered to pay for transportation to New France of any eligible young woman. He also offered a dowry for each, to be awarded upon her marriage to a young Frenchman. Each woman's dowry typically consisted of 1 chest, 1 taffeta kerchief, 1 ribbon for shoes, 100 needles, 1 comb, 1 spool of white
thread, 1 pair of stockings, 1 pair of gloves, 1 pair of scissors, 2 knives, about 1,000 pins, 1 bonnet, 4 laces, and 2 silver livres (French coins). Many also received chickens, pigs, and other livestock. Because the King of France paid the dowries instead of the parents, these women were referred to as the "Daughters of the King," or "Filles du Roi."

Their travels must have been difficult. In 1664, the Conseil Souverain reported to the French minister for the colonies, Jean-Baptiste Colbert, that sixty of the 300 people who embarked at La Rochelle the previous year had died at sea before reaching New France.

In France Madame Bourdon was made responsible for one hundred and fifty girls whom the king sent to New France in vessels from Normandy. She wrote that the young women in her charge gave her plenty of exercise during such a long voyage since they were of all kinds and conditions. Some were very badly brought up and very difficult to handle. Others were better bred and gave Mme. Bourdon more satisfaction.

There are many contradictory stories about the origins of these women. Some stories claim that they were mostly prostitutes who were forced onto ships in French harbors and sent to New France against their will. Other stories claim that these women were mostly recruited by Jesuits who insisted upon accepting only women of the finest moral character. The truth is probably somewhere between these two extremes. About 40 Daughters, called Daughters of Quality (filles de qualit), were from wealthy upper class families and had dowries of over 2000 French pounds. Several of the Daughters of Quality have provable descents from royalty.

On 27 October 1667, in a letter to Jean-Baptiste Colbert, Quebec intendant Jean Talon confirmed the recent arrival of the first young ladies. Jean Talon wrote:

Instead of the 50 that your despatch had me hope for, 84 young girls were sent from Dieppe and 25 from La Rochelle. There are fifteen or twenty from quite good families; several are real young ladies and quite well brought up

The vast majority of the group was of French origin, although there were girls of other nationalities as well.
According to the records of Marie de l' Incarnation, who knew many of these women, there were among them one Moor, one Portuguese, one German, and one Dutch woman.

Those who arrived safely usually found husbands within a few weeks. In fact, there are records of some of the young women marrying within days after their arrival in New France. Since many of them produced large families, hundreds of thousands - if not millions - of people in North America today can find one or more of these young women in their family tree.

An alphabetical listing of all the Filles du Roi and their husbands is available on the Encyclopedia of Genealogy at:
http://www.eogen.com/FillesduRoi

You can find a lot more information about the Filles du Roi on the World Wide Web. Some of the better sites
include the following list:

In English:

A Scattering of Seeds: The Creation of Canada: http://www.whitepinepictures.com/seeds/i/12/sidebar.html

Museum of New France Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation:
http://www.civilization.ca/vmnf/popul/filles/s-fil-en.htm

An essay by Peter Gagn on Quintin Publications' Web site: http://www.quintinpublications.com/fdr_intro.pdf
La Socit des Filles du roi et soldats du Carignan at http://www.fillesduroi.org/

In French:

Les Filles du Roi by Bob Way at: http://pages.infinit.net/jcstd/frintro.html

Les Filles du Roi at Mouvement estrien pour le franais: http://www.mef.qc.ca/filles_du_roi.htm

Les Filles du Roi at http://perso.wanadoo.fr/alain.perron/fillesduroy.htm

Memoire de Sieur Jean Talon at: http://www.mcq.org/histoire/filles_du_roi/

A chart of the origins of the young women may be found at The Muse de la civilization and the Muse de l'Amrique franaise: http://www.mcq.org/histoire/filles_du_roi/plan.html

If you do not read or speak French, the above sites can be translated into English by using the machine-generated translation services available at Google and at AltaVista. The results will be grammatically incorrect and even humorous at times, but still quite readable.

They had the following children:

i. Nicolas1,2,8 (Died as Infant), M. Born on 21 Sep 1671 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,8 Christened on 21 Sep 1671 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,8 Nicolas died in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec,
Canada, on 21 Sep 1672; he was 1.2
He died as an infant. 1 He was not alive at the time of the census of 1681. 2,8

ii. Nicolas1,8 (Died as Child), M. Born on 13 Sep 1672 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,12,8 Christened on 21 Sep 1672 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,8 Nicolas died in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec,
Canada, bef 1681; he was 8.2,8
He was not alive at the time of the census of 1681. 2,8

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iii. Pierre, M (1674-1715)

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iv. Jean-Baptiste, M (1675-1728)

v. Madeleine1,8, F. Born on 18 Sep 1677 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,13,8 Christened on 29 Sep 1677 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,8 Madeleine died in Qubec, Ville de, Qubec, Canada, aft 1697; she was 19.2,6
They had five boys and four girls, all baptized at Sainte-Laurent. See 2,8
On 11 Feb 1697 when Madeleine was 19, she married Jean POULIOT2,8, M, son of Charles POULIOT, M (-aft 1678) & Franoise MEUNIER, F (-aft 1678), in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2,8 Born on 20 Dec 1674 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada. Jean died in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 1 Jun 1745; he was 70.2

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vi. Joseph, M (ca1678-<1732)

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vii. Nicolas, M (1680-<1751)

viii. Marie1,2,8, F. Born on 28 Aug 1682 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,14,15 Christened on 4 Sep 1682 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,2,8 Marie died in Saint-Pierre, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 4 Ja 1775; she was 92.2
On 6 Feb 1702 when Marie was 19, she married Maurice CRPEAU Jr.2,8, M, son of Maurice CRPEAU Sr., M (-aft 1673) & Marguerite Catherine LAVERDURE, F (-aft 1673), in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2,8 Born on 20 Jul 1673 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Christened on 20 Jul 1673 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Maurice died in Saint-Pierre, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 1 Dec 1753; he was 80.2
They had seven boys and five girls, all but one baptized at Sainte-Pierre. The next to the youngest was baptized at L'Ange-Gardien, see 2,8

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ix. Franois, M (1684->1730)

x. Marguerite1,2,8, F. Born on 10 Dec 1686 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,16,8 Christened on 11 Dec 1686 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,2,8 Marguerite died aft 1725; she was 38.6
It is noted that all her siblings were married on the island, except Marguerite. She married Louis mery dit Coderre at Boucherville, on 26 August 1722. It is believed that she followed her brother, Joachim there, after the death of her parents when, he and Louise Roberge moved there with their young family.8 By 1725 they had one boy and one girl, baptized at Sainte-Sulpice, see 2,8
On 26 Aug 1722 when Marguerite was 35, she married Louis MERY DIT CODERRE Jr.17,18, M, son of Louis MERY DIT CODERRE Sr., M (-aft 1700) & Marie-Madeleine LECLERC, F (-aft 1700), in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du- Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2,8 Born on 25 Aug 1700 in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2 Louis died aft 1725; he was 24.6

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xi. Innocent, M (<1689-1774)

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xii. Joachim, M (1691->1735)



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4. Pierre AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M1,4,2,8. Born on 22 Jul 1674 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,19 Christened on 22 Jul 1674 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1 Pierre died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 14 May 1715; he was 40.2

They had four girls and four boys, all baptized at Sainte-Jean. For details see 2,8

On 3 Feb 1698 when Pierre was 23, he married Marie DUMAS4,2,8, F, daughter of Franois DUMAS, M (ca 1642-24 Feb 1714) & Marguerite FOY, F (1636-12 Jan 1718), in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.4,2,8 Born bef 28 Oct 1680.6 Christened on 28 Oct 1680 in Lle d'Orlans, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie died on 1 Apr 1760; she was 79. Buried on 1 Apr 1760 in L'Ancienne-Lorette, MRC Communaut- Urbaine-de-Qubec, Qubec, Canada.2

They had the following children:

i. Marie-Louise-Genevive2, F. Born on 16 Nov 1700 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Louise-Genevive died aft 1758; she was 57.6
On 4 Apr 1758 when Marie-Louise-Genevive was 57, she married Pierre LATANG2, M in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Pierre died aft 1758.6

ii. Pierre2, M. Born bef 12 Oct 1698.6 Christened on 12 Oct 1698 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Pierre died bef 1704; he was 5.2

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iii. Pierre Jr., M (1704->1729)

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iv. Joseph II, M (ca1704-1788)

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v. Guillaume, M (1710->1742)

vi. Louis-Franois2, M. Born on 26 Aug 1712 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Christened on 27 Aug 1712 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Louis-Franois died aft 1745; he was 32.6
On 8 Feb 1745 when Louis-Franois was 32, he married Marie-Genevieve RONDEAU2, F, daughter of tienne RONDEAU, M (13 Mar 1685-aft 1708) & Gabrielle-Louise MOREAU, F (28 May 1694-aft 1708), in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans,
Qubec, Canada.2 Born bef 1723 in Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Genevieve died aft 1745; she was 22.6

vii. Marie-Madeleine2, F. Born on 8 Sep 1714 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Madeleine died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 19 Sep 1714; she was <1.2

viii. Marie-Anglique2, F. Born bef 30 Sep 1706.6 Christened on 30 Sep 1706 in Saint- Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Anglique died aft 1731; she was 24.6
In 1731 when Marie-Anglique was 24, she married Ignace THERRIEN Jr.2, M, son of Ignace THERRIEN, M (24 Jan 1681-aft 1707) & Marie Anne CAUCHON DITE LAVERDIRE, F (-ca 1707), in Qubec, Canada.2 Born on 25 Aug 1707 in Saint-Jean,
MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Ignace died in Saint-Thomas de la Rivire du Sud,
MRC de Montmagny, Qubec, Canada, on 27 Mar 1790; he was 82.2

ix. Marie-Madeleine2, F. Born bef 13 Mar 1702.6 Christened on 13 Mar 1702 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Madeleine died in Qubec, Canada, on 1 Apr 1776; she was 74.2

They had eight children, see 2
On 11 Feb 1726 when Marie-Madeleine was 23, she married Pierre THERRIEN III2, M, son of Pierre THERRIEN Jr., M (-aft 1699) & Jeanne DUCHERON, F (-aft 1699), in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Born on 31 Oct 1699 in Qubec, Ville de, Qubec, Canada.2 Christened on 1 Nov 1699 in Qubec, Ville de, Qubec, Canada.2
Pierre died aft 1726; he was 26.6

5. Jean-Baptiste AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M1,7,2,8. Born on 17 Nov 1675 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,20,8 Christened on 1 Dec 1675 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,8 Jean-Baptiste died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 12 Nov 1728; he was 52.2,8 Buried on 13 Nov 1728 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2,8

They had eleven children. For details see 2 They had eleven children, three boys and eight girls, all baptized at Saint- Jean, le d'Orlans. 8 On 9 July 1696, Nicolas acquired yet another concession. This grant of land was three arpents of river frontage, some distance to the west of his own place. On 2 August 1698, he gave this land to his son Jean-
Baptiste.

On 16 Apr 1708 when Jean-Baptiste was 32, he married Marie-Louise GODBOUT7,2, F, daughter of Nicolas GODBOUT, M (-aft 1691) & Anglique LEMELIN, F (-aft 1691), in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.7,2,8 Born in 1691-1692 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Louise died aft 1728; she was 37.6
The contract for their marriage was notarized by Chambalon on 25 May 1708. 2

They had the following children:

i. Marie-Madeleine2, F. Born in 1709 in Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Madeleine died aft 1725; she was 16.6
They had three daughters, see 2
On 12 Nov 1725 when Marie-Madeleine was 16, she married Jacques ASSELIN2, M in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Jacques died aft 1725.6

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ii. Jean-Baptiste Jr., M (1711->1739)

iii. Joseph2, M. Born on 28 Dec 1712 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Joseph died ? .

iv. Marguerite2, F. Born on 21 Mar 1714 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marguerite died ? .

v. Marie-Josphte2 (Died as Child), F. Born on 23 Jan 1718 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Quebec, Canada.2 Marie-Josphte died bef 1721; she was 2.2

vi. Marie-Anglique2, F. Born in May 1719 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Christened on 7 May 1719 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Anglique died aft 1750; she was 30.6
She was Simon's third wife, see 2
On 24 Aug 1750 when Marie-Anglique was 31, she married Simon LEREAU2, M in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Born bef 13 Nov 1697.6 Christened on 13 Nov 1697 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Simon died aft
1750; he was 52.6

vii. Marie-Josphte2, F. Born bef 22 Jun 1721 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.6 Christened on 22 Jun 1721 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Josphte died ? .

viii. Perptue2, F. Born bef May 1723 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2,6 Christened on 5 May 1723 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Perptue died ? .

ix. Gertrude2 (Died as Infant), F. Born bef 14 Jan 1725 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.6 Christened on 14 Jan 1725 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Gertrude died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, bef 21 Jan 1725; she was <1.2,6 Buried on 21 Jan 1725 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec,
Canada.2

x. Pierre2, M. Born on 9 Jul 1726 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2
Christened on 10 Jul 1726 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Pierre died ? .

xi. Charlotte2, F. Born on 23 Feb 1728 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec,
Canada.2 Charlotte died ? .

6. Joseph AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M4,2,3,8. Born ca 1678 in Saint-Famille, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.21,22,23 Joseph died bef 17 Mar 1732; he was 54.24

He was four years old in the census of 1681. 8 They had four boys and two girls, all born at Sainte-Jean, see 2 They had seven children, see 24 Although he was the fifth son, he succeeded his father as owner of the family land, with the unanimous consent of his siblings. 24
His mother passed on her inheritance, by donation to her son Joseph.8

On 5 Nov 1703 when Joseph was 25, he married Anne-Jeanne POULIOT4,2,3,8, F, daughter of Charles POULIOT, M (-aft 1678) & Franoise MEUNIER, F (-aft 1678), in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.25,26,27,3,8 Born on 7 Oct 1678 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Christened on 11 Oct 1678 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24 Anne-Jeanne died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 29 Jan 1759; she was 80.24 Buried on 30 Jan 1759 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24
Joseph and Jeanne had six children, four boys and two girls, all born at Saint-Jean.8

They had the following children:

1 2 i. Joseph II, M (ca1704-1788)

ii. Jeanne28,29, F. Born on 29 Jun 1706 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2,30 Jeanne died aft 1727; she was 20.6
On 9 Nov 1727 when Jeanne was 21, she married Ignace MOREAU2, M in Saint- Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.31,32 Ignace died aft 1727.6

iii. Marie-Josephte33,34, F. Born in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24 Marie-Josephte died on 18 May 1805 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24 Buried on 21 May 1805 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24
On 21 Apr 1732 Marie-Josephte first married Joseph TURCOTTE24, M in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24 Joseph died aft 21 Apr 1732.6
On 9 Feb 1750 Marie-Josephte second married Ignace THERRIEN24, M in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24

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iv. Antoine, M (1711->1732)

v. Jean-Franois7,28,29,35, M. Born on 14 Feb 1714 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2,30,24 At the age of <1, Jean-Franois was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 14 Feb 1714.24 Jean-Franois died in Saint-Charles de Bellechasse, MRC Bellechasse, Qubec, Canada, on 27 Jan 1790; he was 75.24 Buried on 28 Jan 1790 in Saint-Charles de Bellechasse, MRC Bellechasse, Qubec, Canada.24
On 4 Nov 1743 when Jean-Franois was 29, he first married M.-Josephte DALLERAY36,37, F in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.7,24 M.-Josephte died aft 1743.6
She was Jean-Francois' first wife.6
Jean-Franois second married Marguerite EMOND24, F. Born on 21 Oct 1765 in Saint- Charles de Bellechasse, MRC Bellechasse, Qubec, Canada.24 Marguerite died ? .
She was Jean-Francois' second wife.6

vi. Catherine28,29,24, F. Born on 21 Oct 1715 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2,30,24 At the age of <1, Catherine was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 23 Oct 1715.24 Catherine died aft 1751; she was 35.6
On 7 Sep 1751 when Catherine was 35, she married Antoine VIGER24, M in Saint- Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24 Antoine died aft 1751.6

vii. Gabriel7,38,39,40, M. Born on 7 Mar 1717 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2,30,24 At the age of <1, Gabriel was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 7 Mar 1717.24 Gabriel died aft 1753; he was 35.6
On 8 Jan 1753 when Gabriel was 35, he married Marie-Flicit HAUTBOIS DITE ST-JULIEN7,2,41, F, daughter of Charles HAUTBOIS, M & Marie-Anne MORIN, F, in Saint-Michel, MRC Bellechase, Qubec, Canada. Marie-Flicit died aft 1753.6

7. Nicolas AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M1,8. Born in 1680 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1 Christened bet Jul-Oct 1680 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,42,8 Nicolas died bef 24 Oct 1751; he was 71.6 Buried on 24 Oct 1751 in Saint-Franois Du Sud, Qubec, Canada.2

He was Mary-Louise's second husband with whom she had two boys and seven girls, all born at Sainte-Laurent, see 2,8

On 15 Apr 1697 when Nicolas was 17, he married Marie Louise CHABOT2,8, F, daughter of Mathurin CHABOT, M (8 Aug 1637-12 Jun 1696) & Marie MSANG, F (4 Apr 1643-13 Feb 1692), in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2,8 Born on 30 Jun 1681 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie Louise died in Saint-Franois de Sales de La Rivire Du Sud, MRC Montmagny, Qubec, Canada, on 17 Nov 1756; she was 75.2

They had the following children:

i. Franoise2 (Died as Child), F. Born on 30 Sep 1699 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 At the age of <1, Franoise was baptized in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 1 Oct 1699.2 Franoise died in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle
d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, bef 12 Jul 1700; she was <1.2,6 Buried on 12 Jul 1700 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2

ii. Marie Dite Madeleine2, F. Born on 20 Jan 1703 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Christened on 21 Jan 1703 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie Dite Madeleine died aft 1726; she was 22.6
In 1726 when Marie Dite Madeleine was 22, she married Jacques TURCOT2, M in Qubec, Canada.2 Jacques died aft 1726.6

iii. Marie2, F. Born on 8 Sep 1704 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie died aft 1729; she was 24.6
On 7 Nov 1729 when Marie was 25, she married Mathias BOILARD2, M in Qubec, Canada.2 Mathias died aft 1729.6

iv. Jean-Baptiste2, M. Born on 29 Jul 1707 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Jean-Baptiste died aft 1726; he was 18.6
They had three daughters, see 2
On 18 Nov 1726 when Jean-Baptiste was 19, he married Marie-Anne JOUANNE2, F in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Anne died aft 1726.6

v. Marie-Franoise2 (Died as Child), F. Born on 30 Dec 1709 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Franoise died in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 15 May 1712; she was 2.2 Buried on 16 May 1712 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2

vi. Marie-Anne2, F. Born on 30 Mar 1712 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Christened on 31 Mar 1712 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Anne died in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, bef 15 Nov 1759; she was 47.6 Buried on 15 Nov 1759 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2
They had one daughter, see 2
On 29 Oct 1730 when Marie-Anne was 18, she married Franois POULIOT2, M in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Franois died aft 1730.6

vii. Genevive2, F. Born on 10 Apr 1714 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Genevive died ? .

viii. Marie-Thrse2, F. Born on 9 May 1717 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Christened on 10 May 1717 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Thrse died ? .

ix. Louis2, M. Born in Mar 1720 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada. Christened on 31 Mar 1720 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Louis died ? .

8. Franois AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M1,7,2,8. Born on 10 Apr 1684 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,43,8 Christened on 12 Apr 1684 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,2,8 Franois died aft 1730; he was 45.6

By 1730 they had six boys and three girls, all baptized at Sainte-Laurent, see 2,8
On 3 Jun 1709 when Franois was 25, he married Marguerite BERNARD7,2,8, F, daughter of Andr BERNARD, M (-aft 1682) & Marie GITTON, F (-aft 1682), in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.7,2,8 Born on 11 Feb 1682 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marguerite died in Saint-Pierre, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 1 Dec 1753; she was 71.2

They had one child:

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9. Innocent AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M1,7,2,8. Born bef 17 Apr 1689 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,8 Christened on 16 Apr 1689 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,2,8 Innocent died in Qubec, Canada, in 1774; he was 84.2

On 12 Nov 1710 when Innocent was 21, he married Genevive LEMELIN7,2,8, F, daughter of Louis LEMELIN, M (-aft 1690) & Marie-Anne DELOMAY, F (-aft 1690), in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.7,2,8 Born ca 1690 in Qubec, Canada.2 Genevive died in Qubec, Canada, in 1778; she was 88.2

They had seven boys and six girls, all baptized at Sainte-Jean, see 2

They had the following children:

i. Louis2, M. Born on 7 Aug 1711 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Louis died ? .

ii. Gabriel2, M. Born on 31 Jan 1713 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Gabriel died ? .

iii. Jean-Franois7,2, M. Born on 18 Sep 1714 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 At the age of <1, Jean-Franois was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 19 Sep 1714.2 Jean-Franois died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, bef 27 Oct 1714; he was <1.6 Buried on 27 Oct 1714 in Saint- Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2

iv. Genevive2 (Died as Child), F. Born on 18 Sep 1715 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 At the age of <1, Genevive was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 19 Sep 1715.2 Genevive died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, bef 18 Feb 1725; she was 9.6 Buried on 18 Feb 1725 in Saint- Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2

v. Jean-Franois2, M. Born on 4 May 1717 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 At the age of <1, Jean-Franois was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 5 May 1717.2 Jean-Franois died ? . On 8 Oct 1742 when Jean-Franois was 25, he married Marguerite RENAUDLOCAT7, F, daughter of Louis RENAUD-LOCAT, M & Marie DUMETS, F, in Terrebonne, MRC Les Moulins, Qubec, Canada.7 Marguerite died ? .

vi. Perptue2, F. Born on 9 Apr 1719 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 At the age of <1, Perptue was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 10 Apr 1719.2 Perptue died ? .

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vii. Joseph, M (1721-1788)

viii. lisabeth2 (Twin), F. Born in Dec 1724 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 At the age of <1, lisabeth was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans Qubec, Canada, on 28 Dec 1724.2 lisabeth died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans,
Qubec, Canada, bef 22 Feb 1726; she was 1.6 Buried on 22 Feb 1726 in Saint-Jean,MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2

ix. Marie-Madeleine2 (Twin), F. Born in Dec 1724 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 At the age of <1, Marie-Madeleine was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 28 Dec 1724.2 Marie-Madeleine died ? .

x. Marie-Genevive2, F. Born on 21 Feb 1727 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Genevive died ? .

xi. Marie-Josphte2 (Died as Child), F. Born on 28 Oct 1728 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Josphte died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, bef 10 Feb 1730; she was 1.2,6 Buried on 10 Feb 1730 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2

10. Joachim AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M1,7. Born in 1691 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.1,8 Christened on 27 Oct 1680 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Joachim died aft 1735; he was 44.6

It is noted that all were married on the island, except Marguerite and Joachim. It is believed that she followed her brother Joachim to Boucherville, after the death of their parents, when he and Louise Roberge moved there with their young family. By 1730, they had six boys and three girls, all baptized at Boucherville, except the two eldest who were baptized at Sainte-Jean. This indicates the family moved from Sainte-Jean to Boucherville in about 1720. 2,8

On 22 Nov 1716 when Joachim was 25, he married Louise-Hyacinthe ROBERGE DITE LACROIX7,2,8, F, daughter of Pierre ROBERGE DIT LACROIX, M (ca 1641-17 Jun 1710) & Marie LAFRANOIS, F (-aft 1694), in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.7,2,8 Born on 17 Apr 1694 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada. Louise-Hyacinthe died aft 1735; she was 40.6

They had the following children:

i. Joachim2, M. Born on 21 Aug 1717 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Joachim died in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada, on 14 Apr 1742; he was 24.2

ii. Marie-Louise2, F. Born on 2 Sep 1719 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Louise died in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada, on 28 Aug 1742; she was 22.2

iii. Marie-Marguerite2, F. Born on 15 Jan 1721 in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du- Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Marguerite died in Saint-Denis-sur-Richelieu, MRC Valle-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada, on 5 Apr 1764; she was 43.2
On 21 Dec 1740 when Marie-Marguerite was 19, she married Pierre VERONNEAU2, M in Qubec, Canada.2 Pierre died aft 1740.6

iv. Jean-Baptiste2 (Died as Infant), M. Born on 24 Mar 1722 in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2 Jean-Baptiste died in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada, on 27 Jul 1722; he was <1.2

v. Marie-Anne-Madeleine2, F. Born on 24 Sep 1723 in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2 At the age of <1, Marie-Anne-Madeleine was baptized in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada, on 24 Sep 1723.2
Marie-Anne-Madeleine died aft 1741; she was 17.6
On 9 Apr 1741 when Marie-Anne-Madeleine was 17, she married Jean-Baptiste LAPORTE2, M in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2 Jean-Baptiste died aft 1741.6

vi. Jean-Baptiste7,2, M. Born on 3 Jan 1725 in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du- Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2 Jean-Baptiste died aft 1747; he was 21.6
On 17 Apr 1747 when Jean-Baptiste was 22, he married Marguerite CHARBONNEAU7,2, F, daughter of Jacques CHARBONNEAU, M (-aft 1726) & Franoise LAMOUREUX, F (-aft 1726), in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.7,2 Born on 28 Jul 1726 in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2 Marguerite died aft 1747; she was 20.6

vii. Franois7,2, M. Born on 9 Jul 1726 in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2 Christened on 10 Jul 1726 in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du- Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2 Franois died aft 1754; he was 27.6
On 28 Oct 1754 when Franois was 28, he married Anglique REGUINDEAU7, F, daughter of Joseph REGUINDEAU, M & Anglique LAPORTE, F, in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.7 Anglique died aft 1754.6

viii. Joseph2 (Died as Infant), M. Born on 25 Jun 1728 in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2 Joseph died in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Valedu- Richelieu, Qubec, Canada, bef 27 Aug 1728; he was <1.2,6 Buried on 27 Aug 1728 in
Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2

ix. Joseph7,2, M. Born on 27 Jun 1729 in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du- Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2 At the age of <1, Joseph was baptized in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada, on 28 Jun 1729.2 Joseph died aft 1752; he was 22.6
On 17 Apr 1752 when Joseph was 22, he first married Marie-Anne CHARBONNEAU7, F, daughter of Jacques CHARBONNEAU, M & Anglique CHAUVIN, F, in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.7
Marie-Anne died aft 1752.6
On 24 Jan 1757 when Joseph was 27, he second married MarieAnglique LEPAGE CHARLES LEFRANOIS7,2, F, daughter of Joseph CHARLES, M (-aft 1736) & Anglique LAMOUREUX, F (-aft 1736), in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.7,2 Born on 23 Sep 1736 in Longueuil, MRC de la Montrgie, Qubec, Canada.2 MarieAnglique died in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-
Richelieu, Qubec, Canada, on 23 Sep 1810; she was 74.2

x. Genevive2 (Died as Infant), F. Born on 3 Jun 1731 in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2 Genevive died in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada, on 6 Jun 1731; she was <1.2

xi. Jacques-Amable7,2, M. Born on 18 Jun 1732 in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du- Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2 Jacques-Amable died aft 1757; he was 24.6
On 24 Jan 1757 when Jacques-Amable was 24, he married Charlotte LEFRANOISCHARLES7, F, daughter of Joseph-Charles LEFRANOIS-CHARLES, M (-aft 1738) & Anglique LAMOUREUX, F (-aft 1738), in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-
Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.7 Born on 3 Mar 1738 in Qubec, Canada.2 Charlotte died aft 1757; she was 18.6

xii. Marie-Franoise2, F. Born on 4 Sep 1735 in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du- Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Franoise died in Qubec, Canada, in Jun 1771; she was 35.2
On 9 Oct 1752 when Marie-Franoise was 17, she married Pierre DARAGON2, M in Boucherville/Chambly, MRC la Vale-du-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2 Pierre died aft 1752.6


Fifth Generation
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11. Pierre AUDET DIT LAPOINTE Jr., M2. Born on 20 Feb 1704 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Pierre died aft 1729; he was 24.6

On 27 Nov 1727 when Pierre was 23, he married Marie LABRECQUE2, F, daughter of Pierre LABRECQUE, M (15 Aug 1668-23 Mar 1756) & Marie Marthe COULOMBE, F (27 Jun 1673-5 Apr 1760), in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Born on 5 Mar 1704 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie died aft 1729; she was 24.6

They had the following children:

i. Franois2, M. Born aft 1727 in Qubec, Canada.2 Franois died aft 1764; he was 37.6
On 24 Feb 1764 when Franois was 37, he married Marie-Josphte LEBLANC2, F in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Josphte died aft 1764.6

ii. Pierre III2, M. Born on 1 Mar 1729 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Pierre died ? .

12. Joseph AUDET DIT LAPOINTE II, M44,45,1,4,46,3. Born ca Aug 1704 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.47,48,49 Christened in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24 Joseph died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 16 Dec 1788; he was 84.30,24 Buried on 17 Dec 1788 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.30,24

On 5 Nov 1725 when Joseph was 21, he first married Marie-Charlotte JAHAN DITE LAVIOLETTE30,2,24, F, daughter of Jacques J. JAHAN DIT LAVIOLETTE JAMME, M (-aft 1709) & Marie-Anne DE TRSPAGNY, F (- aft 1709), in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Born on 10 Aug 1709 in Qubec, Ville de, Qubec, Canada.30,2,24 Marie-Charlotte died in Qubec, Canada, in 1738; she was 28.2
She was Joseph's first wife. 6

They had the following children:

i. Marie-Charlotte30, F. Born on 22 Nov 1726 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.30,24 Christened on 24 Nov 1726 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24 Marie-Charlotte died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on
23 Aug 1813; she was 86.24 Buried on 24 Aug 1813 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24
On 15 Jan 1753 when Marie-Charlotte was 26, she married Antoine FONTAINE24, M in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24 Antoine died aft 1753.6

ii. Joseph-Marie30,24 (Died as Child), M. Born on 2 Dec 1728 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.30,24 Joseph-Marie died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 9 Oct 1730; he was 1.24

iii. Daughter of Joseph30,24 (Stillborn), F. Born on 8 Aug 1732 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.30,24 Daughter of Joseph died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 8 Aug 1732; she was <1.24

iv. Male30,24 (Stillborn), M. Born on 15 Apr 1733 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.30,24 Male died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 15 Apr 1753; he was 20.24

v. Joseph30,24, M. Born on 17 Jun 1734 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.30 At the age of <1, Joseph was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 17 Jun 1734.24 Joseph died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans,
Qubec, Canada, on 6 Jun 1809; he was 74.24 Buried on 7 Jun 1809 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24
On 16 Feb 1756 when Joseph was 21, he married Marie-Marguerite THIVIERGE24, F in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24 Marie-Marguerite died aft 1756.6

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vi. Pierre, M (1736-1815)

vii. Jean-Baptiste50,51, M. Born on 26 Aug 1738 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.30,24 At the age of <1, Jean-Baptiste was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 31 Aug 1738.24 Jean-Baptiste died aft 1773; he was 34.6
On 5 Sep 1773 when Jean-Baptiste was 35, he married Catherine GOYAU24, F in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA.24 Catherine died aft 1773.6

On 22 Feb 1740 when Joseph was 35, he second married Marie-Anne THERRIEN30,2,3, F, daughter of Barthlemi T. THERRIEN, M (-aft 1723) & Marguerite FONTAINE, F (-aft 1723), in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2,24,3 Born on 16 Jan 1723 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.30,2,24 At the age of <1, Marie-Anne was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 16 Jan 1723.24 Marie-Anne died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 27 Dec 1759; she was 36.52,53 Buried on 28 Dec 1759 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24,6

She was Joseph's second wife. 6

They had the following children:

1 9 i. Barthlemi, M (1741-1834)

ii. Guillaume7,30,24, M. Born on 8 Mar 1742 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.30,24 At the age of <1, Guillaume was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 8 Mar 1742.24 Guillaume died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans,
Qubec, Canada, on 18 May 1805; he was 63.24 Buried on 21 May 1805 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24
On 7 Nov 1763 when Guillaume was 21, he married Mary-Anglique DELAGE7,24, F, daughter of Charles DELAGE, M & Mary-Josephte PLANTE, F, in Saint-Jean, MRCde L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.7,24 Mary-Anglique died aft 1763.6

iii. Marie-Anne30,24, F. Born on 13 Aug 1743 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Marie-Anne was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 13 Aug 1743.24 Marie-Anne died in La Maison-mre de
Montral, Ville de Montral, Qubec, Canada, on 7 Jan 1824; she was 80.24
She became a novitiate of the Soeurs de la Congrgation Notre-Dame de Montral in 1767; Sister Sainte-Marguerite 24

iv. Basilisse24, F. Born in Jun 1745 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24
At the age of <1, Basilisse was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 28 Jun 1745.24 Basilisse died in Saint-Charles de Bellechasse, MRC Bellechasse, Qubec, Canada, on 10 Apr 1775; she was 29.24
On 4 Jun 1764 when Basilisse was 19, she married Jean-Marie LAIN24, M in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24 Jean-Marie died aft 1764.6

v. Louis30,24, M. Born on 3 Mar 1747.30 At the age of <1, Louis was baptized in Saint- Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 3 Mar 1747. Buried on 25 May 1756 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24 He was never married.

vi. Gabriel30,24, M. Born on 24 Oct 1748.30 At the age of <1, Gabriel was baptized in Saint- Franois-de-l'le-d'Orlans, MRC de L'le d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 24 Oct 1748.24 Gabriel died in Carleton, MRC Bonaventure, Qubec, Canada, bef 1 Feb 1826; he was 77.6 Buried on 1 Feb 1826 in Carleton, MRC Bonaventure, Qubec, Canada.24
On 12 Apr 1790 when Gabriel was 41, he married Marie-Ccile DESNOYERS24, F in Carleton, MRC Bonaventure, Qubec, Canada.24 Marie-Ccile died aft 1790.6

vii. Ignace7,30,24, M. Born on 15 Feb 1750 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.30,24 At the age of <1, Ignace was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 16 Feb 1750.24 Ignace died bef 11 Sep 1828; he was 78.6 Buried on
10 Sep 1828 in Qubec, Canada.24
On 26 Jan 1775 when Ignace was 24, he married Mary-Madeleine PROTEAU7,24, F, daughter of Etienne PROTEAU, M & Mary-Madeleine JACOB, F, in L'Ancienne-Lorette, MRC Communaut-Urbaine-de-Qubec, Qubec, Canada.54,55 Mary-Madeleine died aft 1775.6

viii. Augustin30,24, M. Born on 22 Sep 1751 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.30,24 At the age of <1, Augustin was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 23 Sep 1751.24 Augustin died bef 5 Jan 1832; he was 80.6
Buried on 5 Jan 1832 in Contrecoeur, MRC Lajemmerais, Qubec, Canada.24
On 25 Sep 1775 when Augustin was 24, he first married Marie-Josephte GERVAIS24, F in Contrecoeur, MRC Lajemmerais, Qubec, Canada.24 Marie-Josephte died aft 1775.6
She was Augustin's first wife. 6
On 8 Nov 1790 when Augustin was 39, he second married Genevive GOBELIN DITE CINQ-MARS24, F in Contrecoeur, MRC Lajemmerais, Qubec, Canada.24
Buried aft 1790.6
She was Augustin's second wife. 6

ix. Nicolas30,24, M. Born on 5 Mar 1753 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.30,24 Nicolas died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, ca 21 Sep 1780; he was 27.24 Buried on 30 Sep 1780 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec,
Canada.24

x. Marie-Louise30,24, F. Born on 13 Jul 1754 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.30 At the age of <1, Marie-Louise was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 13 Jul 1754.24 Marie-Louise died in Saint-Jean, MRC de
L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, bef 24 Nov 1755; she was 1.6 Buried on 24 Nov 1755 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24

xi. Marie-Franoise30,24, F. Born on 23 Mar 1756.30 At the age of <1, Marie-Franoise was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 23 Mar 1756.24 Marie-Franoise died in La Maison-mre de Montral, Ville de Montral, Qubec, Canada, on 13 Mar
1798; she was 41.24
She became a novitiate of the Soeurs de la Congrgation Notre-Dame de Montral en 1774; Sister Saint-Joseph 24

xii. Jean-Marie30,24 (Died as Infant), M. Born on 6 Apr 1758 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.30 At the age of <1, Jean-Marie was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 6 Apr 1758.24 Jean-Marie died in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 9 Jan 1759; he was <1.24 Buried on 10 Jan 1759 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24
On 17 Aug 1761 when Joseph was 57, he third married Marie Josphte PLANTE2, F, daughter of Georges PLANTE, M (-aft 1711) & Marguerite CRPEAU, F (-aft 1711), in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Born on 13 Sep 1711 in Saint-Pierre, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie Josphte died in Saint- Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 10 Aug 1781; she was 69.2
She was Joseph's third wife. 6

13. Guillaume LAPOINTE, M4,7. Born on 23 Oct 1710 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Guillaume died aft 1742; he was 31.6

On 6 Nov 1742 when Guillaume was 32, he married Marie-Madeleine TURCOTTE4,7, F, daughter of Franois TURCOTTE, M (13 Jan 1692-3 Jan 1729) & Marie-Genevive BOUCHARD DITE DORVAL, F (7 Nov 1694-27 Jun 1763), in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.4,7,2 Born on 10 Oct 1722 in Sainte-Famille, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Madeleine died aft 1742; she was 19.6

They had one child:

2 0 i. Franois, M (>1742->1773)

14. Jean-Baptiste AUDET DIT LAPOINTE Jr., M2. Born on 9 Sep 1711 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Jean-Baptiste died aft 1739; he was 27.6
On 20 Jul 1739 when Jean-Baptiste was 27, he married Marie-Agathe GRIFFARD2, F in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Agathe died aft 1739.6

They had one child:

i. Franois2, M. Born aft 1739 in Qubec, Canada.2 Franois died aft 1789; he was 50.6
On 19 Jan 1789 when Franois was 50, he married Franoise DELAGE2, F in Saint- Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Franoise died aft 1789.6

15. Antoine AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M4,38,39. Born on 4 Mar 1711 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2,30 Christened on 5 Mar 1711 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24 Antoine died aft 1732; he was 20.6

On 24 Nov 1732 when Antoine was 21, he first married Marie-Josephte PPIN DITE LACHANCE56,57, F, daughter of Joseph PPIN, M & Marguerite FONTAINE, F, in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24,7 Marie-Josephte died aft 1732.6

Child:

2 1 i. Barthelemi, M (->1773)

16. Franois AUDET, M7,2. Born on 23 Feb 1710 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Franois died in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, in 1762; he was 51.2

On 19 Nov 1736 when Franois was 26, he married Madeleine BAILLARGEON7,2, F, daughter of Jean BAILLARGEON, M (-aft 1716) & Marie DENIS, F (-aft 1716), in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.7,2 Born on 14 Jun 1716 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Madeleine died in Saint- Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 3 Aug 1761; she was 45.2

They had the following children:

i. Marie2, F. Born on 23 Mar 1739 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2
Marie died aft 1780; she was 40.2
On 1 Aug 1763 when Marie was 24, she married Jean LECLERC2, M in Saint- Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Born on 16 Dec 1728 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Jean died aft 1763; he was 34.6

ii. Marguerite2, F. Born on 2 Nov 1740 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Marguerite died ? .

iii. Augustin2, M. Born on 22 Mar 1748 in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.2 Augustin died aft 1773; he was 24.6
On 24 Oct 1773 when Augustin was 25, he married Marie NADEAU2, F in Saint- Charles de Bellechasse, MRC Bellechasse, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie died aft 1773.6

iv. Franois7, M. Born aft 1736.6 Franois died aft 1763; he was 27.6
On 24 Jan 1763 when Franois was 27, he married Thrse LTOURNEAU7, F, daughter of Nicholas LTOURNEAU, M & Thrse LABRECQUE, F, in Saint-Laurent, MRC Lle d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.7 Thrse died aft 1763.6

17. Joseph AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M2. Born in 1721 in Qubec, Canada.2 Joseph died in L'Acadie, Ville de St-Jean-Iberville, Qubec, Canada, in 1788; he was 67.2

On 9 Nov 1744 when Joseph was 23, he married Suzanne HERTAUT2, F, daughter of Jacques HERTAUT, M (- aft 1725) & Marie SENET, F (-aft 1725), in La Prairie, MRC de Roussillon, Qubec, Canada.2 Born on 18 Mar 1725 in La Prairie, MRC de Roussillon, Qubec, Canada.2 Suzanne died in L'Acadie, Ville de St-Jean-Iberville, Qubec, Canada, on 21 Nov 1810; she was 85.2

They had the following children:

i. Joseph2 (Died as Infant), M. Born on 7 Aug 1745 in La Prairie, MRC de Roussillon, Qubec, Canada.2 Joseph died in La Prairie, MRC de Roussillon, Qubec, Canada, on 9 Aug 1745; he was <1.2

ii. Suzanne2, F. Born on 3 Dec 1746 in La Prairie, MRC de Roussillon, Qubec, Canada.2
Suzanne died in L'Acadie, Ville de St-Jean-Iberville, Qubec, Canada, on 9 Apr 1820; she was 73.2
On 19 Aug 1771 when Suzanne was 24, she married Charles SUPRENANT2, M in La Prairie, MRC de Roussillon, Qubec, Canada.2 Born on 18 Apr 1743 in Longueuil, MRC de la Montrgie, Qubec, Canada.2 Charles died in L'Acadie, Ville de St-Jean- Iberville, Qubec, Canada, on 23 Jul 1804; he was 61.2

iii. Marie-Anne2, F. Born in 1748 in Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Anne died ? . She had two husbands, see 2

iv. Marie-Josette2 (Died as Child), F. Born in 1751 in Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Josette died in Contrecoeur, MRC Lajemmerais, Qubec, Canada, on 18 Apr 1759; she was 8.2

v. Charlotte2 (Died as Infant), F. Born on 19 Aug 1753 in La Prairie, MRC de Roussillon, Qubec, Canada.2 Charlotte died in Saint-Constant, Laprairie, MRC de Roussillon, Qubec, Canada, on 15 Mar 1754; she was <1.2

2 2
vi. Joseph, M (1755->1779)

vii. Jean-Baptiste2 (Died as Infant), M. Born abt 1757 in Qubec, Canada.2 Jean-Baptiste died in Contrecoeur, MRC Lajemmerais, Qubec, Canada, on 6 Apr 1757; he was <1.2

viii. Marie-Marguerite2, F. Born in 1760 in Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Marguerite died aft 1780; she was 20.6
On 31 Jan 1780 when Marie-Marguerite was 20, she married Joseph-Marie BROSSEAU2, M in Qubec, Canada.2 Joseph-Marie died aft 1780.6

ix. Charlotte2, F. Born on 11 Jun 1761 in Contrecoeur, MRC Lajemmerais, Qubec, Canada.2 Charlotte died aft 1787; she was 25.6
On 30 Apr 1787 when Charlotte was 25, she married Vancela Joseph CLOUATRE2, M in L'Acadie, Ville de St-Jean-Iberville, Qubec, Canada.2 Vancela Joseph died aft 1787.6

x. Jacques2, M. Born on 6 Jun 1763 in Contrecoeur, MRC Lajemmerais, Qubec, Canada.2 Jacques died aft 1789; he was 25.6
On 16 Feb 1789 when Jacques was 25, he married Suzanne THERRIEN2, F in L'Acadie, Ville de St-Jean-Iberville, Qubec, Canada.2 Suzanne died aft 1789.6

xi. Rosalie2, F. Born on 30 Aug 1767 in Contrecoeur, MRC Lajemmerais, Qubec, Canada.2
Rosalie died ? .
She had two husbands, see 2

xii. Godfroid2, M. Born in 1770 in Qubec, Canada.2 Godfroid died aft 1786; he was 16.6
On 10 Jan 1786 when Godfroid was 16, he married Hypolyte Appoline BOURASSA2, F in L'Acadie, Ville de St-Jean-Iberville, Qubec, Canada.2 Born ca 1765 in La Prairie, MRC de Roussillon, Qubec, Canada.2 Hypolyte Appoline died aft 1786; she was 21.6




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18. Pierre AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M4,30,24. Born on 13 May 1736 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.30,24 Christened on 14 May 1736 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.24 Pierre died in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 22 Dec 1815; he was 79.30,24 Buried on 23 Dec 1815 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24

On 8 Oct 1764 when Pierre was 28, he married Marie-Madeleine BOUCHARD30,24,4, F, daughter of Jacques BOUCHARD, M & Louise-Franoise ROUSSET, F, in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.30,24 Marie-Madeleine died aft 1785.6

They had the following children:

i. Pierre30, M. Born in 1765/1766.30 Pierre died on 21 Feb 1816; he was 51.30

ii. Joseph-Marie30, M. Born on 24 Mar 1767.30 Joseph-Marie died on 10 May 1840; he was 73.30

iii. Jean-Louis30, M. Born on 25 May 1769.30 Jean-Louis died in Feb 1832; he was 62.30

iv. Marie-Anglique30, F. Born on 9 Sep 1771.30 Marie-Anglique died on 8 Dec 1856; she was 85.30

v. Marie-Josephte30, F. Born on 10 Aug 1773.30 Marie-Josephte died ? .

vi. Jean-Baptiste30, M. Born on 10 Nov 1775.30 Jean-Baptiste died ? .

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vii. Franois, M (1777-1850)

viii. Laurent30, M. Born on 5 Nov 1779.30 Laurent died ? .

ix. Alexis30 (Died as Infant), M. Born on 26 Sep 1781.30 Alexis died on 9 Oct 1781; he was <1.30

x. Dominique30 (Died as Infant), M. Born on 22 Jan 1783.30 Dominique died on 19 Nov 1784; he was 1.30

xi. Alexis30, M. Born on 21 Jul 1785.30 Alexis died ? .

19. Barthlemi AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M4,7,30,24,3. Born on 2 Mar 1741 in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.30,24 At the age of <1, Barthlemi was baptized in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'le-d'Orlans, Qubec, Canada, on 2 Mar 1741.24 Barthlemi died in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 4 Jan 1834; he was 92.24,24 Buried on 7 Jan 1834 in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24

On 2 Feb 1765 when Barthlemi was 23, he married Madeleine TREMBLAY4,7,24,3, F, daughter of Louis TREMBLAY, M (-aft 1743) & Brigitte FORTIN, F (-aft 1743), in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.4,24,58 Born in 1743.24 Madeleine died in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 31 Dec 1827; she was 84.24 Buried on 2 Jan 1828 in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24

They had nine children. 24

They had the following children:

i. Barthlmi-Pantalon4,24, M. Born on 24 Jul 1766 in Baie-Saint-Paul, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Barthlmi-Pantalon was baptized in Baie-Saint-Paul, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 27 Jul 1766.24 Barthlmi-Pantalon died in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 19 Dec 1859; he was 93.24 Buried on 22 Dec 1859 in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24
On 16 Nov 1789 when Barthlmi-Pantalon was 23, he first married Marie-Procule TREMBLAY24, F in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 Marie- Procule died aft 1789.6
She was Barthelemi's first wife.6
On 8 Jan 1828 when Barthlmi-Pantalon was 61, he second married Agns BOUDREAULT24, F in Baie-Saint-Paul, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 Agns died aft 1828.6
She was Barthelemi's second wife.6

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ii. Pierre-Joseph, M (1768-1852)

iii. Marie-Madeleine24, F. Born on 12 Aug 1770 in Baie-Saint-Paul, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Marie-Madeleine was baptized in Baie-Saint-Paul, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 25 Aug 1770.24 Marie-Madeleine died ? .

iv. Mary-Anne4,24, F. Born on 29 Aug 1771 in Baie-Saint-Paul, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Mary-Anne was baptized in Baie-Saint-Paul, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 30 Aug 1771.24 Mary-Anne died in Les boulements,
MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 4 Jul 1827; she was 55.24 Buried on 6 Jul 1827 in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24
On 28 Jul 1794 when Mary-Anne was 22, she married Henri GIRARD24, M in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 Henri died aft 1794.6

v. Louis4,24 (Died as Infant), M. Born on 12 Apr 1774 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Louis was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 13 Apr 1774.24 Louis died in
Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 4 May 1774; he was <1.24 Buried on 5 May 1774 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24

vi. Louis-Marie24, M. Born on 17 Jul 1775 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Louis-Marie was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 21 Jul 1775.24 Louis-Marie died in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 24 Oct 1839; he was 64.24 Buried on 26 Oct 1839 in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24
On 4 Oct 1796 when Louis-Marie was 21, he married Marie-Jeanne SIMARD24, F in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 Marie-Jeanne died aft 1796.6

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vii. Guillaume, M (1777-1844)

viii. Jean-Baptiste24 (Died as Infant), M. Born on 2 Aug 1778 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Jean-Baptiste was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 2 Aug
1778.24 Jean-Baptiste died in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 25 Oct 1778; he was <1.24 Buried on 27 Oct 1778 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24

ix. Ursule4,24, F. Born on 30 Apr 1785 in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Ursule was baptized in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 30 Jul 1785.24 Ursule died in Saint-Alphonse de Bagotville, MRC du Fjord-du-Saguenay, Qubec, Canada, on 15 Dec 1867; she was 82.24 Buried on 17 Dec 1867 in Saint-Alphonse de Bagotville, MRC du Fjord-du-Saguenay, Qubec, Canada.24
On 22 Feb 1819 when Ursule was 33, she married lize GIRARD24, M in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 lize died aft 1819.6

20. Franois LAPOINTE, M4. Born aft 1742.6 Franois died aft 1773; he was 31.6

On 13 Sep 1773 when Franois was 31, he married Anglique LACHANCE4, F in Saint-Jean, MRC de L'led'Orlans, Qubec, Canada.4 Anglique died aft 1773.6

They had one child:

i. Franois4, M. Born aft 1773.6 Franois died ? .

21. Barthelemi LAPOINTE, M4. Barthelemi died aft 1773.6
On 20 Jul 1773 Barthelemi married Reine BOUCHER4, F in Saint-Charles, Qubec, Canada.4 Reine died aft 1773.6

They had one child:

i. Bartelemi4, M. Born aft 1773.6 Bartelemi died ? .

22. Joseph AUDET, M2. Born on 27 Aug 1755 in Saint-Constant, Laprairie, MRC de Roussillon, Qubec, Canada.2 Joseph died aft 1779; he was 23.6
On 11 Jan 1779 when Joseph was 23, he married Anglique FORGUE2, F in Saint-Philippe, Laprairie, MRC de Roussillon, Qubec, Canada.2 Anglique died aft 1779.6

They had one child:

i. Geoffroy2, M. Born aft 1779 in Qubec, Canada.2 Geoffroy died aft 1826; he was 47.6
On 6 Feb 1826 when Geoffroy was 47, he married Marie-Josphte DEMERS2, F in Saint-Luc, MRC Le Haut-Richelieu, Qubec, Canada.2 Marie-Josphte died aft 1826.6



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23. Franois LAPOINTE, M30. Born on 4 Jun 1777.30 Franois died in 1850; he was 72.30

On 10 May 1803 when Franois was 25, he married Joseph RAYMOND30, F, daughter of Joseph RAYMOND, M (-aft 1773) & Josephte RANCOURT, F (-aft 1773), in Baie-Saint-Paul, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.30
Born in 1773 in Saint-Joachim, MRC La Cte-de-Beaupr, Qubec, Canada.30 Joseph died aft 1812; she was 39.6

They had one child:

2 6 i. Jean-Baptiste, M (1812-1880)

24. Pierre-Joseph AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M24. Born on 22 Feb 1768 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Pierre-Joseph was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 22 Feb 1768.24 Pierre-Joseph died in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 5 Aug 1852; he was 84.24 Buried on 7 Aug 1852 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24

On 7 Nov 1791 when Pierre-Joseph was 23, he married Flicit BOUCHARD24, F, daughter of Claud BOUCHARD, M (-aft 4 Feb 1775) & Genevive DESGAGNS, F (-aft 4 Feb 1775), in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 Born bef 4 Feb 1775.6 At the age of <1, Flicit was baptized in Saint- Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 3 Feb 1775.24 Flicit died in Saint-Louis de L'le
aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 9 Dec 1856; she was 81.24 Buried on 11 Dec 1856 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24

They had fourteen children. 24

They had the following children:

i. Joseph-Marie24, M. Born on 17 Oct 1792 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Joseph-Marie was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 17 Oct 1792.24 Joseph-
Marie died in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 13
May 1835; he was 42.24 Buried on 15 May 1835 in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24
On 2 Mar 1813 when Joseph-Marie was 20, he married Emrentienne BOUCHARD24, F in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 Emrentienne died aft 1813.6

ii. Pierre24 (Died as Infant), M. Born on 29 Apr 1794 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Pierre was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 29 Apr 1794.24 Pierre died in
Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 20 May 1794; he was <1.24 Buried on 21 May 1794 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24

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iii. Isaac, M (1795-1858)

iv. Grgoire24, M. Born on 13 Feb 1797 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Grgoire was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 13 Feb 1797.24 Grgoire died ? .

v. Marie-Reine24, F. Born on 7 Jan 1799 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Marie-Reine was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 7 Jan 1799.24 Marie-Reine died in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 27 Jun 1826; she was 27.24 Buried on 27 Jun 1826 in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24
On 30 May 1820 when Marie-Reine was 21, she married Franois DUSCHESNE24, M in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 Franois died aft 1820.6

vi. Flicit-Agathe24 (Died as Infant), F. Born on 4 Feb 1801 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Flicit-Agathe was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 5 Feb 1801.24 Flicit-Agathe died in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 10 Mar 1801; she was <1.24 Buried on 11 Mar 1801 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24

vii. Pierre-Emmanuel24, M. Born on 12 Feb 1802 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Pierre-Emmanuel was baptized in Saint- Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 12 Feb 1802.24 Pierre-
Emmanuel died in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 22 Aug 1863; he was 61.24 Buried on 24 Aug 1863 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24
On 13 Nov 1827 when Pierre-Emmanuel was 25, he married Catherine DESGAGNS24, F in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 Catherine died aft 1827.6

viii. Polycarpe24, M. Born on 12 Feb 1802 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Polycarpe was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 12 Feb 1802.24 Polycarpe died
aft 1826; he was 23.6
On 18 Jul 1826 when Polycarpe was 24, he married Mathilde DESGAGNS24, F in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 Mathilde died aft 1826.6

ix. Monique24, F. Born on 16 Apr 1804 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Monique was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 7 May 1804.24 Monique died in
Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 5 Feb 1836; she was 31.24 Buried on 8 Feb 1836 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24
On 18 Jul 1826 when Monique was 22, she married Joseph PERRON24, M in Saint- Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 Joseph died aft 1826.6

x. Franois24, M. Born on 7 Jun 1806 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Franois was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 7 Jun 1806.24 Franois died aft 1826; he was 19.6
On 26 Aug 1826 when Franois was 20, he married Olive DUMONT24, F in Saint- Andr de Kamouraska, MRC Kamouraska, Qubec, Canada.24 Olive died aft 1826.6

xi. Claude24, M. Born on 23 Mar 1808 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Claude was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 24 Mar 1808.24 Claude died ? .

xii. Flavien24, M. Born on 19 Feb 1810 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Flavien was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 19 Feb 1810.24 Flavien died ? .

xiii. Genevive24, F. Born on 11 Sep 1812 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Genevive was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 11 Sep 1812.24 Genevive died aft
1837; she was 24.6
On 21 Nov 1837 when Genevive was 25, she married Vital HARVEY24, M in Saint- Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 Vital died aft 1837.6

xiv. Marie-Flicit24 (Died as Child), F. Born on 7 Dec 1814 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Marie-Flicit was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 8 Dec 1814.24 Marie-Flicit died in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 21 Feb 1817; she was 2.24 Buried on 22 Feb 1817 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24

25. Guillaume AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M4,24,3. Born on 13 Jun 1777 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres,
MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Guillaume was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres,
MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 14 Jun 1777.24 Guillaume died in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec,
Canada, on 6 Nov 1844; he was 67.24 Buried on 8 Nov 1844 in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec,
Canada.24

On 10 Feb 1801 when Guillaume was 23, he married Olive TREMBLAY24,3, F, daughter of tienne
TREMBLAY, M (-aft 1771) & Marie-Madeleine DE LAVOYE, F (-aft 1771), in Les boulements, MRC
Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24,3 Olive died aft 1801.6
They had one child:
2 8 i. Julien, M (->1827)
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26. Jean-Baptiste LAPOINTE, M30. Born on 16 Aug 1812.30 Jean-Baptiste died in 1880; he was 67.30
On 5 Sep 1637 when Jean-Baptiste was <1, he married milie TREMBLAY30, F, daughter of Joseph TREMBLAY, M & Julie LAJOIE, F, in La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada. milie died aft 1860.6

They had one child:

2 9 i. Jean, M (1860-1930)

27. Isaac AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M24. Born on 4 Jul 1795 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Isaac was baptized in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 4 Jul 1795.24 Isaac died in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 10 Sep 1858; he was 63.24 Buried on 13 Sep 1858 in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC
Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24

On 7 Nov 1817 when Isaac was 22, he first married Flicit BOIVIN24, F, daughter of Louis BOIVIN, M (-aft 7 May 1798) & Flicit TREMBLAY, F (-aft 7 May 1798), in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix,
Qubec, Canada.24 Born bef 7 May 1798.6 At the age of <1, Flicit was baptized in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 6 May 1798.24 Flicit died in Sainte-Agns de Charlevoix, La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 20 Aug 1835; she was 37.24 Buried on 30 Aug 1835 in Sainte-Agns de Charlevoix, La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24

They had ten children. 24

They had the following children:

i. Male24 (Stillborn), ?. Born on 8 Nov 1818 in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 Male died in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 8 Nov 1818; he was <1.24 Buried on 8 Nov 1818 in
Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24

ii. Marie-Reine24 (Died as Infant), F. Born on 3 Apr 1820 in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada. At the age of <1, Marie-Reine was baptized in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 3 Apr 1820.24
Marie-Reine died in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 3 Jun 1820; she was <1.24 Buried on 5 Jun 1820 in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24

iii. Grgoire24, M. Born on 5 Jun 1821 in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada. At the age of <1, Grgoire was baptized in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 7 Jun 1821.24 Grgoire died aft 1848; he was 26.6
On 18 Jan 1848 when Grgoire was 26, he married Henriette DUMONT24, F in Saint- Andr de Kamouraska, MRC Kamouraska, Qubec, Canada.24 Henriette died aft 1848.6

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iv. lize, M (1823-1887)

v. Marie-Flavie24, F. Born on 17 Jun 1825 in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada. At the age of <1, Marie-Flavie was baptized in Sainttienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 17 Jun 1825.24 Marie-Flavie died ? .

vi. Paul24, M. Born on 14 Nov 1827 in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada. At the age of <1, Paul was baptized in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 14 Nov 1827.24 Paul died aft 1854; he was 26.6
On 4 Jul 1854 when Paul was 26, he married Adlaide PILOTE24, F in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24 Adlaide died aft 1854.6

vii. Georges24, M. Born on 7 Apr 1830 in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada. At the age of <1, Georges was baptized in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 7 Apr 1830. Georges died in Saint-Gdon, MRC Lac-Saint-Jean-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 23 Jul 1895; he was 65. Buried on 25 Jul 1895 in
Saint-Gdon, MRC Lac-Saint-Jean-Est, Qubec, Canada.
On 14 Feb 1854 when Georges was 23, he married Louise GAUTHIER24, F in Sainte-Irne, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24 Louise died aft 1854.6

viii. Pierre24, M. Born on 7 Apr 1830 in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Pierre was baptized in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 7 Apr 1830.24 Pierre died aft 1854; he was 23.6
On 27 Feb 1854 when Pierre was 23, he married Adline TREMBLAY24, F in Sainte- Irne, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24 Adline died aft 1854.6

ix. Marie-Claire24, F. Born on 28 Jan 1833 in Sainte-Agns de Charlevoix, La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada. At the age of <1, Marie-Claire was baptized in Sainte-Agns de Charlevoix, La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 28 Jan 1833.24 Marie-Claire died in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada, on 27 Jan 1856; she was 22.24 Buried on 29 Jan 1856 in Sainte-Agns de Charlevoix, La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24
On 7 Nov 1854 when Marie-Claire was 21, she married Joseph BOUDREAULT24, M in Saint-Louis de L'le aux Coudres, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 Joseph died aft 1854.6

x. Joseph-No24, M. Born on 8 Aug 1835 in Sainte-Agns de Charlevoix, La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Joseph-No was baptized in Sainte-Agns de Charlevoix, La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 9 Aug
1835.24 Joseph-No died aft 1864; he was 28.6
On 9 Aug 1864 when Joseph-No was 29, he married Marie-Hermine SAVARD24, F in L'Anse St-Jean, MRC du Fjord-du-Saguenay, Qubec, Canada.24 Marie-Hermine died aft 1864.6
On 8 Nov 1836 when Isaac was 41, he second married Marie DALLAIRE24, F in Les boulements, MRC
Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.24 Marie died aft 1836.6

28. Julien AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M3. Julien died aft 1827.6

On 6 Feb 1827 Julien married Flicit BOUCHARD3, F, daughter of Daniel BOUCHARD, M (-aft 1807) &
Euphrosine BOUCHARD, F (-aft 1807), in Les boulements, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada.3 Flicit died aft
1827.6

They had one child:

3 1 i. Janvier, M (->1864)



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29. Jean LAPOINTE, M30. Born in 1860.30 Jean died in 1930; he was 70.30

On 17 Sep 1883 when Jean was 23, he married Georgiana MUNGER30, F, daughter of Georges MUNGER, M (- aft 1851) & Adlade GAUDEAULT, F (-aft 1851), in Laterrire, Ville Saguenay, Qubec, Canada.30 Born on 15 Sep 1851 in Sainte-Agns, Qubec, Canada.30 Georgiana died aft 1883; she was 31.6

They had one child:

i. Nil30, M. Nil died ? .

See 30 for post 1900 generation.

30. lize AUDET DIT LAPOINTE
, M59,60,24. Born on 3 Jul 1823 in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24 Christened on 4 Jul 1823 in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24 lize died in Notre-Dame de Laterrire, Ville Saguenay, Qubec, Canada, on 23 Aug 1887; he was 64.24 Buried on 25 Aug 1887 in Notre-Dame de Laterrire, Ville Saguenay, Qubec, Canada.24 Occupation: Cultivateur.59

They had nine children. 24 On the 1871 census of Laterriere, Quebec he was a 50 year old farmer with his wife Adele 44, and children Joseph 11, Auguste 16, Emilee 14, Alise 6, Georgiana 8, and Leonie 4. 60On the 1881 census of St. Fulgence the farms of lize LaPointe, his son Philippe La Pointe, and Philippes father-in-law Louis McKay were adjacent to one another. Joseph 21, Georgina 18, Alise16, and Leonide 13 still lived with their parents who are 56 (Elizee) and 54 (Eulalie).59

On 9 Sep 1846 when lize was 23, he married Adlaide Eulalia DUCHSNE59,60,24, F, daughter of Ren DUCHSNE, M (-aft 1828) & Madeleine HARVEY, F (-aft 1828), in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix- Est, Qubec, Canada.24 Born on 26 Aug 1828 in Baie-Saint-Paul, MRC Charlevoix, Qubec, Canada. Adlaide Eulalia died in 1907; she was 78.

Her name was Adelaide on her Marriage Certificate. She was called Eulalie and was 54 years old and living in St. Fulgence with her husband, Elise, 56, and children Joseph, 21, Georgina, 18, Alise, 16, and Leonide, 13 in 1881. 59

They had the following children:

i. Alfred24 (Died as Infant), M. Born on 11 Dec 1847 in Sainte-Irne, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Alfred was baptized in Sainte-Irne, MRC Charlevoix- Est, Qubec, Canada, on 11 Dec 1847.24 Alfred died in Sainte-Irne, MRC Charlevoix-Est,
Qubec, Canada, on 15 Jan 1848; he was <1.24 Buried on 18 Jan 1848 in Sainte-Irne, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.

ii. Franois-Xavier24 (Died as Child), M. Born on 25 Feb 1850 in Sainte-Irne, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada. At the age of <1, Franois-Xavier was baptized in Sainte- Irne, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 25 Feb 1850. Franois-Xavier died in Sainte-Irne, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 5 Feb 1852; he was 1. Buried on 7 Feb 1852 in Sainte-Irne, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24

iii. Philippe24 (Died as Child), M. Born on 10 Apr 1852 in Sainte-Irne, MRC Charlevoix- Est, Qubec, Canada. At the age of <1, Philippe was baptized in Sainte-Irne, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 11 Apr 1852.24 Philippe died in Saint-tienne de La
Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 18 Aug 1853; he was 1. Buried on 20 Aug 1853 in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24

3 2
iv. Auguste dit Philippe (Philip), M (1855-1908)

3 3
v. milie, F (1857->1877)

3 4
vi. Joseph, M (ca1860->1888)

vii. Marie-Georgina59,60,24, F. Born on 21 Aug 1862 in Notre-Dame de Laterrire, Ville Saguenay, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Marie-Georgina was baptized in Notre- Dame de Laterrire, Ville Saguenay, Qubec, Canada, on 21 Aug 1862.24 Marie-Georgina
died aft 1883; she was 20.6
She was eight years old and living with her family in Laterriere in 1871. 60 She was 18 years old and living with her parents and siblings Joseph, 21, Alise, 16, and Leonide, 13 on their farm in St. Fulgence in 1881.59
On 13 Aug 1883 when Marie-Georgina was 20, she married Franois GIRARD24, M, son of Isie GIRARD, M & Odile GAUDREAU, F, in Notre-Dame de Laterrire, Ville Saguenay, Qubec, Canada.24 Franois died aft 1883.6

viii. Marie-Alise59,60,24, F. Born on 6 Feb 1865 in Notre-Dame de Laterrire, Ville Saguenay, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, Marie-Alise was baptized in Notre-Dame de Laterrire, Ville Saguenay, Qubec, Canada, on 7 Feb 1865.24 Marie-Alise died aft 1899; she was 33.6
She was six years old and living with her family in Laterriere in 1871.60 She was 16 years old and living with her parents and siblings Joseph, 21, Georgina, 18, and Leonide, 13 on their farm in St. Fulgence in 1881.59 She was Pierres second wife.
On 5 Feb 1883 when Marie-Alise was 17, she first married Alphonse BOUDREAU24, M, son of Emilien BOUDREAU, M & Justine RUNEGAN, F, in Notre-Dame de Laterrire, Ville Saguenay, Qubec, Canada.24 Alphonse died aft 1883.6
He was Alises first husband.
On 24 Apr 1899 when Marie-Alise was 34, she second married Pierre VILLENEUVE, M in Roberval, MRC Le Domaine-du-Roy, Qubec, Canada. Pierre died aft 1899.6
He was Alises second husband.

ix. Marie-Lonide59,60,24, F. Born on 20 May 1867 in Notre-Dame de Laterrire, Ville Saguenay, Qubec, Canada. At the age of <1, Marie-Lonide was baptized in Notre-Dame de Laterrire, Ville Saguenay, Qubec, Canada, on 20 May 1867.24 Marie-Lonide died in Notre-Dame de Laterrire, Ville Saguenay, Qubec, Canada, on 16 Aug 1890; she was 23.24 Buried on 18 Aug 1890 in Notre-Dame de Laterrire, Ville Saguenay, Qubec, Canada.24
She was four years old and living with her family in Laterriere in 1871. 60 She was 13 years old and living with her parents and siblings Joseph, 21, Georgina, 18, and Alise, 16, on their farm in St. Fulgence in 1881.59
On 28 Jul 1884 when Marie-Lonide was 17, she married Richard GIRARD24, M, son of Prosper GIRARD, M & Philomne BOILY, F, in Notre-Dame de Laterrire, Ville Saguenay, Qubec, Canada.24 Richard died aft 1884.6

31. Janvier AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, M3. Janvier died aft 1864.6

On 2 Feb 1864 Janvier married Adeline GIRARD3, F in Sainte-Irne, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.3 Adeline died aft 1864.6

They had the following children:

3 5 i. Edmond, M (>1864->1885)
3 6 ii. Ernest, M (>1864-?)



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32. Auguste dit Philippe (Philip) LAPOINTE, M61,59,62,60,63,24. Born on 8 Feb 1855 in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.63,24 At the age of <1, Auguste dit Philippe (Philip) was baptized in Saint-tienne de La Malbaie, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 9 Feb 1855.24 Auguste dit Philippe (Philip) died in Roys Pointe, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA, on 11 Jun 1908; he was 53.63 Buried aft 11 Jun 1908 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.63 Occupation: Farmer in Quebec, Laborer in Michigan and Wisconsin. Cause of death: Saw Mill Accident At Roys Point.

He was 16 years old and not married when he was living with his family in Laterriere, Quebec in 1871. Five of his siblings all married in Laterriere, Quebec.60 He was the eldest son when he married in St. Fulgence, Quebec in 1877. After their marriage in 1878 they moved to their own farm, as on the 1881 census of St. Fulgence the farms of lize LaPointe, his son Philippe La Pointe, and Philippes father-in-law Louis McKay were adjacent to one another.

The family in 1881 consisted of Auguste 25, Louise 21, Phidelia 1, and Eugene 8/12. 59They moved to Notre Dame du Rosaire about 1883, then to Bay City, Michigan in 1890 61 where the family lived at 808 Monroe Street.61 He and Victoria had 13 children. He became a naturalized citizen in 1900. 61 The United States Census of 13 Jun 1900 notes that he and his son Eugene are working as laborers at a lumber camp on the Red Cliff Indian Reservation. 62

His wife and family were not with him, with the United States Census of 8 June 1900 noting his family is still in Bay City, Michigan. 61 They moved to Red Cliff shortly thereafter, as Philippe, Jr. was born there in September 1900. They lived in a house on the east side of Highway 13 in Roys Pointe that later became their son Philippes house and store. He died in a sawmill accident at Roys Point in 190864. GPS coordinates of his gravesite are Map datum NAD 27 UTM Zone Conus 15 T 0665406 Easting 5186809 Northing.

On 15 Jul 1878 when Auguste dit Philippe (Philip) was 23, he married Louise Victoria MCKAY61,63,65,59, F, daughter of Louis S. MCKAY (MAKY), M (11 Apr 1825-1908) & Adle (Delphine) BERGERON, F (ca 1833- 1896), in Sainte-Fulgence, MRC Le Fjord-Du-Saguenay, Qubec, Canada.66,24 Born on 15 Nov 1859 in Sainte-Fulgence, MRC Le Fjord-Du-Saguenay, Qubec, Canada.63,67 Louise Victoria died in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA, on 4 Feb 1951; she was 91.63,64 Buried on 9 Feb 1951 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.63 Occupation: Housewife.61

She said she was born on 5 Nov 1859 in an interview in the Bayfield County Press. 65 Her name was Louise McKay on her marriage certificate, where she was the youngest daughter. In 1881 she was married, age 21 and had two children, Phidelia and Eugene. 59 After her husband died in 1908, she and her children moved from Roy's Pointe to Bayfield, returning to Roy's Pointe by 10 August 1911. They had the only telephone in Roys Pointe, which was used by numerous neighbors. 68She started her naturalization papers on 27 September 1943 and finished
on 19 November 1943. By 1946 (age 86) she was losing her eyesight so she had to give up reading and making quilts. 65 She had a heart attack on 22 November 1950, and never recovered, and died the following 4 February 1951. Her granddaughter, Yvonne La Pointe, remembers that in her last years she rocked and said the Rosary. GPS coordinates of her gravesite are Map datum NAD 27 UTM Zone Conus 15 T 0665406 Easting 5186809 Northing.

They had the following children:

3 7 i. Phidelia (Fidel) Margaret, F (1879-1962)

3 8
ii. Eugne (Jean), M (1880-1952)

iii. Ocine (Died as Child), F. Born in 1882 in Sainte-Fulgence, MRC Le Fjord-Du-Saguenay, Qubec, Canada. Ocine died in Notre-Dame-du-Rosaire, MRC de Montmagny, Qubec, Canada, ca 1886; she was 4. Buried ca 1886 in Notre-Dame-du-Rosaire, MRC de
Montmagny, Qubec, Canada.
She died at four years of age.

3 9
iv. Leona, F (1884-1966)

4 0
v. Aldimore (Ed), M (1885-1976)

4 1
vi. Marie Louise (Mary), F (1888-1968)

4 2
vii. Eli George, M (1890-1974)

viii. Alfred Joseph61,69, M. Born on 20 Mar 1892 in Bay City, Bay County, Michigan, USA.61,64 Alfred Joseph died on 16 Dec 1970; he was 78.63,64 Buried aft 16 Dec 1970 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.63 Occupation: La Pointes Restaurant Owner
in Bayfield.65
In 1900 he was at school in Bay City, Michigan and could read, write and speak English. 61 They were married on 26 December 1916. From their marriage until 18 May 1918 he and Clara lived at his mothers house in Roy's Pointe, Wisconsin. On 23 Feb 1917 and 20 December 1920 he sent postcards to his mother from Taylor, Wisconsin. They lived in Bergland, Michigan where he worked as a cook in a sawmill from at least September 1930 until 11 March 1932. When the sawmill closed they had to move to live in his sister
Beatrices house in Bayfield. 64 Fred and his sister Beatrice opened a restaurant on Main Street in Bayfield on 2 May 1935 and closed it 20 Dec 1942. 64 He and Clara lived in Bayfield at 25 North Sixth Street for the rest of their lives. He spent many years after 1942 as a cook on the ore boats of the Columbia Steamboat Company on the Great Lakes. He cooked on the Howard M. Hannah, Jr., and the W. W. Holloway. The GPS
coordinates of their gravesite are Map datum NAD 27 UTM Zone Conus 15 T 0665397
Easting 5186703 Northing.
On 26 Dec 1916 when Alfred Joseph was 24, he married Clara M. OLSON63, F, daughter of Father of Clara OLSON, M (-aft 1892).64 Born on 15 May 1892.63,64 Clara M. died in Washburn, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA, on 6 Jul 1971; she was 79.63,64 Buried aft 6 Jul 1971 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.63
After Fred died on 16 December 1970, she moved to the rest home in Washburn, Wisconsin, where she died on 6 July 1971. The GPS coordinates of their gravesite are Map datum NAD 27 UTM Zone Conus 15 T 0665397 Easting 5186703 Northing.

4 3
ix. Beatrice Alice, F (1894-1988)

4 4
x. Harry J., M (1896-1980)

xi. William J.61, M. Born on 1 Aug 1898 in Bay City, Bay County, Michigan, USA.61 William J. died in Ashland, Ashland County, Wisconsin, USA, on 28 Mar 1976; he was 77.64 Buried on 31 Mar 1976 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, USA.
Occupation: Foreman, Electrical Department, Allis-Chalmers, West Allis, Wisconsin, USA.65
He moved with his family from Bay City, Michigan to Bayfield, Wisconsin in 1900. In World War I he enlisted in the United States Navy. He was stationed on 19 Jul 1917 for training with the 5th regiment, 5th Company, Naval Air Station, Newport, Rhode Island.
Following training he was assigned to Norfolk, Virginia and on 24 Aug 1917 is a Portsmouth, Virginia, Naval Hospital awaiting possible surgery. He was assigned to the USS Florida as an Electrician Third Class, which on 25 Nov 1917 left Norfolk for Europe, where he was stationed at Newcastle, England. On 19 May 1918, while he was on leave, he was in an air raid by the Germans on London. On 1 Nov 1918 he still is in Europe, and on 1 Feb 1919 he is back in Norfolk, Virginia. On 16 March 1919 the USS Florida was at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and St. Kitts. On 20 July 1919 he is on the USS Nebraska awaiting discharge in San Francisco, California. On 15 Aug 1919 is in Redondo Beach, California, hoping to be discharged in a month. They lived at 607 South Layton Boulevard, Milwaukee, Wisconsinin from at least 1930 64 until he retired in 1966. He lived in Bayfield until 18 March 1973 when he went back to Milwaukee to a rest home.
On 26 November 1974 he was moved to the Court Manor rest home in Ashland, Wisconsin. He died at Court Manor on 28 March 1976.
In Aug 1930 when William J. was 31, he married Theodora F. "Teddy WESOLOWSKI, F, daughter of John WESOLOWSKI, M (ca 1876-28 Apr 1965) & Mary, wife of John WESOLOWSKI, F (ca 1875-1 Jan 1950). Born on 8 Apr 1900. Theodora F. "Teddy died in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, USA, on 24 Apr 1960; she was 60.64 Buried on 26 Apr 1960 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, USA. They lived at 607 South Layton Boulevard, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53215.

xii. Philippe (Philip) (Pit) J.63, M. Born on 25 Jun 1900 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.63 Philippe (Philip) (Pit) J. died in Washburn, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA, on 25 Jun 1978; he was 78.63 Buried on 28 Jun 1978 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.63,64 Occupation: La Pointe Brothers Fisheries and La Pointes Grocery at Roys Pointe.65
He was the first of their children born in Bayfield, very soon after his mother and siblings arrived from Bay City, Michigan, to join his father and brother Eugene. He was a partner in LaPointe Brothers Fishery in Bayfield for many years with his brother Ernest. He had
a home/store building on Highway 13 in Roy's Pointe (where the entrance to the Roy's Pointe Marina now exists) which he sold on 31 July 1973. He then built a new house on the north east corner of Front Street and Sweeny Avenue in Bayfield. He had a stroke on 20 June 1978 and died In the hospital in Washburn four days later.64 GPS coordinates of his gravesite are Map datum NAD 27 UTM Zone Conus 15 T 0665406 Easting 5186809 Northing.
On 22 Apr 1946 when Philippe (Philip) (Pit) J. was 45, he married Lucille OCONNELL63, F, daughter of Daniel W. OCONNELL, M (-13 Nov 1956).64 Born on 18 May 1907.63 Lucille died on 26 Feb 1984; she was 76.63 Buried on 29 Feb 1984 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.63,70 Occupation: Homemaker.
Her second marriage was to Philip LaPointe. GPS coordinates of her gravesite are Map datum NAD 27 UTM Zone Conus 15 T 0665406 Easting 5186809 Northing.

4 5
xiii. Ernest George, M (1903-1988)

33. milie LAPOINTE, F60,24. Born on 6 May 1857 in Sainte-Irne, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada.24 At the age of <1, milie was baptized in Sainte-Irne, MRC Charlevoix-Est, Qubec, Canada, on 6 May 1857.24 milie died aft 1877; she was 19.6

She was fourteen years old and living with her family in Laterriere in 1871. 60 She had married at age 20 in 1877 and so no longer lived with her family in Laterriere in 1881. 59

On 9 Apr 1877 when milie was 19, she married Franois-Xavier CT, M, son of Joseph CT, M & Lafleur GAGNON, F, in Saint-Alexis de la Grande-Baie Sud, La Baie, Ville de Saguenay, Qubec, Canada. Franois-Xavier died aft 1877.6

His granddaughter was Elaine E. Bengle, who on 2 March 1978 lived at 640 Parkview Drive, Apartment 101, Detroit, Michigan 48214

They had the following children:

i. Ida, F. Born ca 1892.
She was 86 years old in 1978.

ii. Genevieve, F.
She was alive in 1978.

iii. Isabelle, F.
She was alive in 1978.

iv. Joseph, M. Born in Chicoutimi, Ville de Saguenay, Qubec, Canada.71

34. Joseph LAPOINTE, M59,60. Born ca 1860 in Qubec, Canada.59 Joseph died aft 1888; he was 28.6

He was eleven years old and living with his family in Laterrire in 1871. 60 He was 21 years old and not married, living with his parents and siblings Georgina, 18, Alise, 16, and Leonide, 13 on their farm in St. Fulgence in 1881. 59

On 25 Sep 1888 when Joseph was 28, he married Isabelle EMOND, F, daughter of Thomas EMOND, M (-aft 1873) & M. GIRRD, F (-aft 1873), in Laterrire, Ville Saguenay, Qubec, Canada. Born ca 1873. Isabelle died in Laterrire, Ville Saguenay, Qubec, Canada, in Sep 1956; she was 83.
She was 83 years old and living on her daughter Rose-Anna Potvins farm in Laterrire, Quebec in September, 1956.

Rose-Anna is her only child. She died at the end of September 1956.

They had one child:

4 6 i. Rose-Anne, F (->1958)

35. Edmond LAPOINTE, M3. Born aft 1864.6 Edmond died aft 1885; he was 21.6

On 20 May 1885 when Edmond was 21, he married lonore PILON3, F, daughter of Jean-Baptiste PILON, M (1838-aft 1857) & Adline THOMAS-TRANCHEMONTAGNE, F (-aft 1857), in Saint-Vincent de Paul, MRC Montral, Qubec, Canada. lonore died aft 1885.6

They had one child:

4 7 i. (Private, Male)

36. Ernest LAPOINTE, M. Born aft 1864.6 Ernest died ? .

Child:

4 8 i. Joseph Ernest, M



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37. Phidelia (Fidel) Margaret LAPOINTE, F61,59. Born on 8 Apr 1879 in Sainte-Fulgence, MRC Le Fjord-Du-Saguenay, Qubec, Canada. Phidelia (Fidel) Margaret died in Virginia, St. Louis County, Minnesota, USA, on 28 Jun 1962; she was 83.64 Buried on 2 Jul 1962 in Virginia, St. Louis County, Minnesota, USA.64 Occupation: Servant Girl-Housewife.59

She was the oldest child, one year old when she lived with her parents and brother Eugene in St. Fulgence, Quebec in 1881. 59 She and her family moved to Notre Dame du Rosaire, Quebec about 1883, then to Bay City, Michigan in 1890 61 where the family lived at 808 Monroe Street.61 She was a servant girl in Bay City, Michigan, who could read, write and speak English in 1900. 61 She moved to Bayfield, Wisconsin, with her family in 1900 and she then moved to Virginia, Minnesota in 1910. From 1 Nov 1918 to 6 Jan 1919 she lived at the Bangor location near Biwabik, Minnesota. In 1956 she lived at 601-13th Street South, Virginia, Minnesota.

Phidelia (Fidel) Margaret married Howard WEST68, M. Born on 1 Nov 1880. Howard died in Virginia, St. Louis County, Minnesota, USA, on 25 Mar 1935; he was 54.64 Buried on 28 Mar 1935 in Virginia, St. Louis County, Minnesota, USA.64
Howard and Fidel had three children.68

They had the following children:

4 9 i. Beulah (Illegitimate), F (ca1900-1954)

5 0
ii. Floyd "Buster, M (>1900-1973)

iii. Charles68, M. Born aft 1900 in Virginia, St. Louis County, Minnesota, USA.6 Charles died ca 1930; he was 30.68

5 1
iv. Vivian, F (1907-1992)

38. Eugne (Jean) LAPOINTE, M61,59,62. Born on 26 Dec 1880 in Sainte-Fulgence, MRC Le Fjord-Du-Saguenay, Qubec, Canada.61,72 Eugne (Jean) died on 20 Jan 1952; he was 71.64 Occupation: Sawyer.65

He was 8 months old and living with his sister, Phidelia, and his parents in St. Fulgence, Quebec in 1881. 59He moved with his family to Notre Dame du Rosaire, Quebec about 1883, then to Bay City, Michigan in 1890 61 where the family lived at 808 Monroe Street.61 He accompanied his father to Red Cliff in 1900 to work as a laborer in the lumber camps until the rest of the family came from Bay City, Michigan. 62 In 1900 he is a sawmill hand who cannot read or write but can speak English. 61 In December 1908 he and Anna are living in Virginia, Minnesota. In 1909 he is living in Bayfield, Wisconsin with his wife Anna. On 14 Jan 1911 Mary and Joe Larivere are living with them in Virginia, Minnesota. On 1 Nov 1918 and 26 May 1919 they are still living in Virginia, Minnesota. On 4 May 1935 Jean and Anna and their children are in Bayfield from Oregon. 64 They lived in Quincy, California in 1946 to 1951. 65 He also worked in Williams, Arizona.

bef 1909 when Eugne (Jean) was 28, he married Anna Jean, wife of Eugene LAPOINTE64, F. Anna Jean, wife of Eugene died aft 1935.6

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Male)68

ii. (Private, Female)

5 2 iii. (Private, Female)

39. Leona LAPOINTE, F61. Born on 17 Sep 1884 in Notre-Dame-du-Rosaire, MRC de Montmagny, Qubec, Canada.61 Leona died in Burns, Harney County, Oregon, USA, on 13 Oct 1966; she was 82.64 Buried on 17 Oct 1966 in Burns, Harney County, Oregon, USA.

She and her family moved to Notre Dame du Rosaire, Quebec about 1883, then to Bay City, Michigan in 1890 61 where the family lived at 808 Monroe Street.61 She could read, write and speak English in 1900. 61 In 1900 she moved with her mother and siblings to Bayfield, Wisconsin. On 10 August 1911 she wrote a postcard from Duluth, Minnesota. On 1 Nov 1918 and 15 Aug 1919 she lived at 106 7th Street, Virginia, Minnesota. She lived "out west when she visited Bayfield from 14 June to 24 June 1935. 64 She lived at Box 33, Hines, Oregon in 1946, 1951 and 1962. 65

Leona married Abie Bernard Barney BISSONETTE65,68, M. Abie Bernard Barney died aft 1905.6

They had one child:

5 3 i. Cedric, M (1905-1976)

40. Aldimore (Ed) LAPOINTE, M73,74. Born on 17 Apr 1885 in Notre-Dame-du-Rosaire, MRC de Montmagny, Qubec, Canada.61,75 Aldimore (Ed) died on 10 Mar 1976; he was 90. Buried aft 10 Mar 1976 in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. Occupation: Sawyer.65

He moved with his parents and siblings to Bay City, Michigan in 1890 61 where the family lived at 808 Monroe Street.61 He could read, write and speak English in 1900. 61 He then moved with his family to Bayfield, Wisconsin in 1900. He sent a postcard to his mother in Roys Pointe from Virginia, Minnesota on 26 May 1908. He sent her a postcard from Duluth, Minnesota, on 24 November 1910 saying he was "dressing fish" and planned to work in Cloquet the following winter. He was married with two children and living at 169 Shuniah Street, Port Arthur, Ontario, from 1912 to 1918. His phone number was 2121 and he worked at a dry dock. He moved with his family in 1924 from Port Arthur to Giscome, British Columbia where he was employed as a sawyer. He was married and lived in Giscome, British Columbia in 1927. The family eventually settled on a homestead on Ferguson Lake Road near Prince George, British Columbia. His wife died in 1936. He visited Bayfield from 1-6 March 1941. He lived at his son Melvilles house at Box 417, 426 Melville Avenue, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada from 1946 to 1968. 65

Aldimore (Ed) married Ida Belle AUBREY76, F. Ida Belle died on 27 Sep 1936.64

They had the following children:

5 4 i. (Private, Female)

5 5 ii. (Private, Female)

5 6 iii. (Private, Male)

iv. (Private, Male)64,76

v. (Private, Male)64,76

5 7 vi. (Private, Male)

41. Marie Louise (Mary) LAPOINTE, F61,63. Born on 18 Jun 1888 in Notre-Dame-du-Rosaire, MRC de Montmagny, Qubec, Canada.61,63 Marie Louise (Mary) died in Ironwood, Gogebic County, Michigan, USA, on 16 Feb 1968; she was 79.63,64 Buried on 19 Feb 1968 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.63

She and her family moved to Bay City, Michigan in 1890 61 where the family lived at 808 Monroe Street.61 In 1900 she was at school in Bay City, Michigan and could read, write and speak English. 61 In 1900 she moved with her mother and siblings to Bayfield, Wisconsin. On 14 Jan 1911 her husband Joe worked in Virginia, Minnesota and they lived there with her brother Eugene. They moved to Ironwood, Michigan in 1921and lived on West Pewabic Street, Ironwood, Michigan for the rest of their lives. GPS coordinates of her gravesite are Map datum NAD 27 UTM Zone Conus 15 T 0665397 Easting 5186703 Northing.

bef 1911 when Marie Louise (Mary) was 22, she married Peter Joseph (Joe) LARIVERE63, M, son of Male LARIVERE, M, in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA. Born on 28 Apr 1886 in Canada.63 Peter Joseph (Joe) died in Ironwood, Gogebic County, Michigan, USA, on 6 May 1969; he was 83.63,64 Buried on 8 May 1969 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.63,64 Occupation: Sawyer.

He emigrated with his family as a young boy to Bay City, Michigan. He moved to Ironwood, Michigan in 1921.

They lived on West Pewabic Street, Ironwood, Michigan at time of his death. GPS coordinates of his gravesite are Map datum NAD 27 UTM Zone Conus 15 T 0665397 Easting 5186703 Northing.

They had the following children:

i. Philip H. L.63, M. Born in 1910 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.63
Philip H. L. died in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA, on 19 Aug 1939; he was 29.63,64 Buried on 23 Aug 1939 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.63,64
Cause of death: Automobile accident. He was never married.
He died in a one automobile rollover accident on Highway 13 west of Bayfield while driving from his home in Ironwood, Michigan to a vacation summer home on Lake Superior. GPS coordinates of his gravesite are Map datum NAD 27 UTM Zone Conus 15 T 0665397 Easting 5186703 Northing.

5 8
ii. (Private, Female)

5 9
iii. Elaine M., F (1922-1968)

42. Eli George LAPOINTE, M61,63,77. Born on 28 Jun 1890 in Bay City, Bay County, Michigan, USA.61,77
Eli George died in Ashland, Ashland County, Wisconsin, USA, on 24 Jul 1974; he was 84.63,77,64 Buried aft 24 Jul 1974 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.63 Occupation: Fisherman, Logger.65 Cause of death: Acute myocardial infarction.77

In 1900 he was at school in Bay City, Michigan and could read, write and speak English. 61 He enlisted in the US Army and on 28 Aug 1917 he was at Camp Douglas, Wisconsin. From 21 Oct 1917 to 8 Jan 1918 he was with Motor Truck Company 4, Supply Transport 107, Camp MacArthur, Waco, Texas. On 9 Feb 1918 was with Company M, 1st Infantry, Camp Greene, Charlotte, North Carolina. On 2 April 1918 he is in Europe with Company 231, Battery 116 of the Allied Expeditionary Forces. On 3 March 1919 he is still in France with the Military Police Corps, Battery 116, Company 231 Third Army Division of the Allied Expeditionary Forces. He was admitted to Parkland Hospital in Superior, Wisconsin on 2 November 1973. 64 GPS coordinates of his gravesite are Map datum NAD 27 Conus 15 T 0665406 5186809

Eli George married Julia CADOTTE64, F. Julia died on 10 Oct 1970.64

They had one child:

6 0 i. (Private, Male)

43. Beatrice Alice LAPOINTE, F61,63. Born on 3 Jul 1894 in Bay City, Bay County, Michigan, USA.61,63
Beatrice Alice died in Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County, California, USA, on 25 Apr 1988; she was 93.63 Buried on 30 Apr 1988 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.63,64,70 Occupation: Homemaker. Cause of death: Bowel Obstruction.

On 20 Jun 1911 and in 1917 she was single and lived at 604 10th Street South, Virginia, Minnesota. She sold her house her husband built in Roy's Pointe on 8 April 1941, and it burned down on 3 August 1987. She left for Los Angeles, California on 12 January 1946. On 24 April 1950 she purchased the LeBel house in Bayfield, which she sold to Tony Kovachevich on 12 September 1953. 64 Later in life she was confined to the Beverly Manor Convalescent Home in Los Angeles, California. The GPS coordinates of her gravesite are Map datum NAD 27 UTM Zone Conus 15 T 0665406 5186809

In Jun 1919 when Beatrice Alice was 24, she married Allen Gabriel STAHL63,71, M, son of Thomas Casper King STAHL, M (1838-1922) & Marie Jeanne (Mary Jane) CADRANT, F (11 Apr 1864-10 Apr 1920), in La Pointe, Ashland County, Wisconsin, USA.71 Born on 3 Jun 1888 in La Pointe, Ashland County, Wisconsin, USA.63,71 Allen Gabriel died in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA, on 14 Sep 1927; he was 39.63,71

Buried aft 14 Sep 1927 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.63

He was a World War I Navy Veteran. 63 Allen Stahl built a house on the west side of Highway 13 in Roys Pointe in 1924. He drowned when a boat rolled over when hauling stone to build Woods dock on Madeline Island. GPS coordinates of his gravesite are Map datum NAD 27 UTM Zone Conus 15 T 0665406 Easting 5186809 Northing.

They had the following children:

6 1 i. (Private, Female)

6 2 ii. (Private, Male)

6 3 iii. (Private, Female)

iv. John Joseph (Jack), M. Born on 31 Jan 1927 in Roys Pointe, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.64 John Joseph (Jack) died in Livonia, Wayne County, Michigan, USA, on 5 Sep 2003; he was 76. Buried on 9 Sep 2003 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.70 Occupation: Machinist for the Navy, Garwood Industries and Gaelic Tugboat Company. Cause of death: Cerebral vascular accident. He was never married.
He never married. He left Bayfield at age 18 on 20 January 1945 to join the United States Navy. 64 His Navy basic training was at Great Lakes Naval Base, Illinois. 64 He was a career Navy man trained as a machinist. He was honorably discharged as an E-6, and stayed in the Fleet Reserve. After discharge he worked for Garwood Industries, then Gaelic Tugboat Company from about 1982 to 1991, both in Detroit Michigan, and then retired to a trailer home at 867 North Lamb Boulevard, Lot 29, Las Vegas, Nevada 89110.
In 2003 he moved to Livonia, Michigan, and died there nine days later. GPS coordinates of his gravesite are Map datum NAD 27 UTM Zone Conus 15 T 0665406 Easting 5186809 Northing.

44. Harry J. LAPOINTE, M61. Born on 19 Jul 1896 in Bay City, Bay County, Michigan, USA.61 Harry J. died on 10 Jan 1980; he was 83.64 Buried aft 10 Jan 1980 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA.
Occupation: Chef.
He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. From 21 Jan to 5 April 1918 he is at Paris Island Marine Camp, South Carolina. On 26 April 1918 Harry is single and a Private in the Marines as a cook at the First Aero Squadron, Naval Station Marine Corp, Curtiss Field, Miami, Florida. From 29 Aug to 4 Nov 1918 he is a Private somewhere in France with the United States Naval Air Force Northern Bombing Group. He was discharged from the Marines and back in Bayfield by 3 Mar 1919. Harry and Gen had a house in Bayfield as of September 1929. 64 From at least December 1926 until April 1931 Harry managed the Bayfield Fish Company owned by Mr. H. W. Elmore of Chicago. The company completed construction of the 80 ton capacity refrigerated building, which in 2007 is owned by Bodin Fisheries, by December 1926. Mildred Anderson worked there as book keeper and married Harry's brother, Ernest Lapointe, in 1930. The firm operated a steam tug, "The Charlotte", and five gas boats, including "The Chinook", 78 which Mildred and Ernest LaPointe purchased in 1932. On 30 May 1933 they moved to Mrs. Barks house in Roys Pointe. 64 In 1938 he was operating "The Chinook" as a pick up boat for his brothers Ernest and Philip Lapointe Brothers Fisheries. They lived at 1337 Stanford, Santa Monica, California 90064. He was a chef in Los Angeles area hotels. They lived in Huntington Park, California in 1946. 65

Harry J. married Genevieve Mary STAHL64,79,71, F, daughter of Thomas Casper King STAHL, M (1838-1922) & Marie Jeanne (Mary Jane) CADRANT, F (11 Apr 1864-10 Apr 1920). Born on 28 Mar 1897 in La Pointe, Ashland County, Wisconsin, USA.80,81,71 Genevieve Mary died in California, USA, on 7 Aug 1984; she was 87.64,71 Buried aft 7 Aug 1984.6
"Gen and Geraldine over in afternoon" (31 Jan 1932) 64 She was very senile in a letter of 30 October 1983 to Roger Stahl.

They had one child:

6 4 i. (Private, Female)

45. Ernest George LAPOINTE, M82,63. Born on 29 Jun 1903 in Roys Pointe, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.83 At the age of <1, Ernest George was baptized in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA, on 19 Jul 1903.84 Ernest George died in Washburn, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA, on 29 Feb 1988; he was 84. Buried on 3 Mar 1988 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.63 Occupation: La Pointe Brothers Fisheries, Great Lakes Tug Captain. Cause of death: Brain injury from a fall down stairs.

Ernest LaPointe was born on 29 June 1903 in Swede Town at Red Cliff, Wisconsin, where his father worked in the saw mills. He was the youngest of 13 children. He lived in Bayfield and Roys Pointe after his father was killed in the saw mill at Roys Point in 1908. Because of World War I, he was allowed to work on the Tug Bayfield at the age of 15 and was on the boat at Toledo, Ohio when the Armistice was signed on 11 November 1918. He worked in the saw mills in Bayfield and was working there when the last log was sawed and the mill shut down. He received License 155563 to pilot boats less than 65 feet in length on 15 Jun 1929. He married Mildred Anderson from Ashland on 13 August 1930. He worked at other odd jobs, including smoking and peddling fish in Ashland and Ironwood, until he and Philip got jobs on a fishing boat on 28 Mar 1932 . He and Ed Saussele bought their boat ,"The Chinook, on 26 September 1932 from the Bayfield Fish Company for $1000, and used it for several years as a trolling boat, as a ferry between Ashland and Bayfield, and as a "pickup" boat, buying fish from the fishermen on the Islands and selling it to the Hadland Fish Company of Bayfield and to fish companies in Duluth, Minnesota. From 3 November 1933 to 25 May 1935 (except for winter layoffs) he worked on dredges in Duluth-Superior for the Union Construction Company. He and Mildred lived in an apartment at the Euclid Hotel in Superior. On 17 January 1933 they traded their old Ford for a new Plymouth. On 6 January 1936 they bought a Model "B" Ford coupe. On 26 January 1937 he bought a Whippet truck. In 1935 he had a shirt size of 14 1/2 to 15 and a 32 inch waist. On 25 May 1935 he started pound netting lake trout and whitefish for himself as well as run the Chinook as a "pickup" boat. His Wisconsin Commercial Fishing License was #263. He fished herring, operating the Bayfield Fish Company dock and slip, and salted herring for the Dormer Fish Company of Menomonee, Michigan in the later 1930s. He gill netted tons of herring in the fall in Bayfield, gutting and salting the fish for eating, and later also selling the herring whole for mink food to Adolph Langenfelds Associated Fur Farms of New Holstein, Wisconsin; he would move the nets and boats to Duluth, Minnesota later each fall to extend the herring season. On 8 Aug 1938 he bought "The Seabird" in Waukegan, Illinois, which he used for fishing, trolling and because of it's iron hull, as an icebreaker. On 11 Dec 1938 "The Seabird" sunk Ted Bodin's boat "Donna Marie" in Duluth, and Ernest ended up buying the sunken boat for $1850. On 13 April 1939 he began what would be many years of representing Bayfield County at their booth at the Minneapolis, Chicago and Milwaukee Outdoor Shows. He and his brother Philip bought the LaPointe Brothers Fish Dock and slip (Lots 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 of Block 118, City of Bayfield) from J. P. OMalley on 3 Mar 1942 and 13 September 1943 for $500. They fished with their own four boats, and bought lake trout and whitefish from other fishermen. They bought Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, and 18, Block 55, City of Bayfield, (farthest north beach) from Eleanor and Al Miller and the City of Bayfield for $550 on 8 March 1947, which they used for a marine railway and for winter boat storage. They bought Lot 1 and the east 1/2 of Lot 2, Block 59 from the City of Bayfield and Bayfield County for $300, which in 2007 still contains the root cellar they used for storage. They sold the root cellar property on 18 July 1960. Ernest and Mildred purchased Lots 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, and 20, Block 56, City of Bayfield for $850 from K. P. "Red" Bates on 19 April 1948, and on 28 July 1955 resold them to Stewart and Marion Aiken. On 16 July 1942 Bayfield was flooded, and Mayor Henry Wachsmuth turned the job of handling the emergency over to Ernest. On 11 Dec 1942, the Chinook was tied up at the Northern Cold Storage dock in the Duluth harbor. That night the interior was gutted by fire and the night watchman, Vernon Johnson of Bayfield, was killed. (During World War II, Bayfields entire daily catch of 15,000 pounds of filleted herring was sent to the US Army, with the herring waste sold for mink food.) Ernest and Philip had Mike Lafernierre build them a cabin at Frog Bay in 1943 on land they leased from Mr. Melberg for $100 a year.

Mr. Melberg cancelled the lease on 7 November 1990. On 8 October 1996, Mildred signed the papers giving the cabin to the Melbergs. Ernest and Mildred owned an adjacent, but landlocked forested 40 acres of land (The NW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 less highway right of way of Section 7, Township 51 North, Range 3 West ) which they purchased from Bayfield County for $80 on 7 September 1943, and sold to Mr. David Johnson of Madison, Wisconsin on 12 March 1981. On 6 August 1945 he bought a speedboat, which he sold on 19 July 1948. From 5-11 June 1947 he was part of the crew that brought the LCT 203 "Pluswood" from Green Bay, Wisconsin to Bayfield. On 25 December 1947 they bought a Kaiser Automobile. In 1949 he sold one of the fish dock lots to the U. S. Government for a Coast Guard station for $100. Fishing declined, so on 9 October 1951 he bought a store in Chicago, and moved the family there (he sold the store on 28 March 1952 and moved back to Bayfield). On 1 April 1952 he bought out his brother Philips share of LaPointe Brothers Fisheries for $5000. The boats he owned were the "Chinook (a 50 foot 18 net ton wood gas boat built in 1924 at La Pointe, Wisconsin, hull #223826) which he bought from the Bayfield Fish Company for $1000 on 26 September 1932, and which was owned by Mildred in partnership with Ed Saussele of Ashland until they bought out Saussele on 12 Nov 1941. He burned the hull of the "Chinook" at the East Dock in Bayfield on 26 March 1963; "Wasp (a 32 foot long wood gas boat hull #36E297),
the hull of which he burned at the same time on 26 March 1963 ); "Seabird (a 60 foot 13 net ton charcoal iron gas boat hull #117013 built in 1900 by the Johnston Brothers at Ferrysburg, Michigan), which he bought on 28 August 1938 in Waukegan, Illinois from Flora Lange of Chicago, Illinois for $5000. On 8 December 1951 he sold the "Seabird" to the Zenith Dredge Company of Duluth; "Sand Island" (a 30 foot 7 net ton wood gas boat hull #239138 built in 1939 at Bayfield), which he bought from Herman Johnson Sr. for $1750 on 10 Dec 1943; "Dis-Un-Dot (a 31 foot 8 net ton wood gas boat hull #239053 built by Frank Muhlke in 1938 at Bayfield), which he bought from Arthur Kron of La Pointe, Wisconsin for $3000 on 26 March 1947 and sold on 11 July 1962; "South Twin (a 36 foot wood 10 net ton gas boat hull #238948 built in 1938 by Evan Christiansen at Bayfield for Lenus Jacobson). He bought it from Jacobson's estate for $1500 on 5 Jun 1952, and it is now on display at Petersons Market in Red Cliff); "NuPi (a 26 foot long wood gas boat hull #36A666 built in the 1920s for Henry Johnson, Sr.) which was bought by the LaPointe Brothers in the 1940s. Ernest was nicknamed "Junior or "Nun and his brother Philip was nicknamed "Pit, so "NuPi"; "North Cape (a 22 foot long wood gas boat hull #36B5 built about 1920 by John Peterson in La Pointe, Wisconsin); 4 rowboats; a pile driver; and a speedboat.

He sold the fishing dock and buildings on 1 April 1964 to Fred C. Harries of Ashland, and they are now owned by Bay Fisheries of Bayfield. On 22 September 1937 they rented a home at 141 North First Street in Bayfield, which belonged to Mrs. Marjorie Benton. When she returned to Bayfield in 1956, after she retired from teaching, they built a Capp Home for $7,050 across the street on the lots they owned on the southeast corner of First Street and Rice Avenue. While building the house they rented the apartment over the Lullabye boat house in Bayfield. They moved into their new house on 20 November 1956. 2 August 1957 he began as a Captain and later as an Engineer on tugboats dredging the Great Lakes (sometimes with his nephew Roger Stahl who got him into Local 16 in Detroit of the Licensed Tugmens Protective Association of America). During the summers of 1957 to 1960 he worked for Dunbar and Sullivan as they drilled, blasted and dredged the rock up bound channel from Lake Huron to the Sault Locks and lived at Box 82, Riverside Drive, Sault Saint Marie, Michigan. In 1961 he worked out of Erie, Pennsylvania for Western Dredging.

In 1962 he lived at 37910 Mallast Avenue, Mt. Clemens, Michigan as they dredged the channel the length of Lake St. Claire. On 6 December 1963 they again rented the home of Mrs. Benton at 141 North First Street in Bayfield. They purchased that home at 141 North First Street, (Lots 9 and 10, Block 57, Townsite of Bayfield), Bayfield, Wisconsin 54814 for $10,000 on 23 February 1971 from Harold J. and Marjorie Benton. In 1964 he was in Toledo, Ohio and Buffalo, New York and in 1965 in Ontonogan, Michigan for Zenith Dredge. From 18 October 1965 to 3 May 1968 he worked at the DuPont plant in Barksdale, Wisconsin. Starting on 13 May 1968 he was in Superior, Wisconsin and Bay City, Michigan for Dunbar and Sullivan. On 24 January 1969 he bought a "Snow- Scoot" snowmobile, one of the first in Bayfield, which his grandchildren loved. During 1970, 1971 and 1972 he worked in Rochester, New York as they laid an out fall sewer pipe in the floor of Lake Ontario. In 1973 he again worked out of Sault Saint Marie, Michigan. During 1974 and 1975 he worked out of Huron, Ohio, and Lake St. Claire for Western Dredging, and Rochester, New York for Dunbar and Sullivan where he captained "The Sachem" until 20 December, 1975 when he retired. He was on the Bayfield City Council and Bayfield County Board for 14 years. He was also on the Bayfield City Planning commission and the City Harbor Commission. He championed building the boat launching ramp in Bayfield, which was then dedicated to him on 1 October 1988. From 5
September to 16 September 1985, David and Yvonne Moody took he and Mildred on a trip to Quebec to visit the towns of his ancestors. He received a head injury 16 Feb 1988 from falling down the basement stairs in his former home on the southeast corner of First and Rice in Bayfield while baby sitting the Greenleas dog Tasha. He never regained consciousness and died on Leap Day, 29 February 1988. GPS coordinates of his grave site in Bayfield are Map datum NAD 27 UTM Zone Conus 15 T 0665406 Easting 5186809 Northing

Ernest George married (Private, Female) ANDERSON85,86, daughter of Charles John ANDERSON, M (27 Mar 1882-20 Jul 1969) & Ida Christine HAGSTROM, F (26 May 1884-21 Oct 1967).

They had the following children:

6 5 i. (Private, Female)

6 6 ii. (Private, Female)


46. Rose-Anne LAPOINTE, F64. Rose-Anne died aft 1958.6

She was an only child. She had six children, with five still living in 1956. She was living on her farm in Laterrire, Quebec on 4 September 1956 and on 13 May 1958. Their children are Madame, Carvier, and Gabiel plus three others. 64

ca 1906 Rose-Anne married Aim POTVIN64, M. Aim died aft 1956.6

In 1956 they lived on a farm on Boulevard Talbot, Laterrire, County Chicoutimi, Quebec, Canada. It was a big brick house on the right seven miles north of the National Park.64

They had the following children:

6 7 i. Madame, M (->1958)

ii. (Private)64

iii. (Private)64

iv. (Private, Female)

47. (Private, Male) LAPOINTE3.

(Private, Male) married (Private, Female) DROUIN3, daughter of Elzar DROUIN, M (-aft 1891) & Philomne PARADIS, F (-aft 1891).

They had one child:

6 8 i. (Private, Female)

48. Joseph Ernest LAPOINTE, M. Joseph Ernest died ? .

Child:
6 9 i. Gerard Ernest, M



Twelfth Generation
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49. Beulah WEST, F. Born ca 1900. Beulah died on 29 Jun 1954; she was 54.64

She was single and had a 19 year old boy friend on 1 Nov 1918, and lived with her family at the Bangor Location, Biwabik, Minnesota.

Beulah married Robert KROLL, M. Robert died ? .

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Male)

ii. (Private, Male)

50. Floyd "Buster WEST, M. Born aft 1900 in Virginia, St. Louis County, Minnesota, USA.6 Floyd "Buster died on 14 Aug 1973; he was 73.64

He was a store manager for a dime store chain, first in Virginia, Minnesota, then in Petosky, Michigan and later in Albion, Michigan. He was always called Buster. He retired to California and lived at 3082 Calle Pinon, Santa Barbara, California in 1964. Later he lived at 7218 Tuloumme Drive, Goleta, California 93017.

Floyd "Buster married Mary, wife of Floyd WEST, F. Born in England. Mary, wife of Floyd died ? .

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Female)64

ii. (Private, Female)64

iii. (Private, Male)64

51. Vivian WEST, F. Born on 1 Mar 1907.64 Vivian died in Virginia, St. Louis County, Minnesota, USA, on 4 Mar 1992; she was 85.64 Buried aft 4 Mar 1992 in Virginia, St. Louis County, Minnesota, USA.6

She lived with her son Charles at his home at 601 13th Street South, Virginia, Minnesota 55792. 218-741-4938 following the death of her husband in 1971. 64

On 5 Nov 1932 when Vivian was 25, she married Anthony BONICATTO, M, son of Male BONICATTO, M (-aft 1911), in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.64 Born ca 25 May 1911 in Virginia, St. Louis County, Minnesota, USA. Anthony died in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, USA, on 28 Apr 1971; he was 59.64 Buried on 1 May 1971 in Virginia, St. Louis County, Minnesota, USA. Occupation: Insurance Agent. They lived at 604 Tenth Street South, Virginia, Minnesota. He was a Prudential Insurance Company agent in Virginia for 25 years as of 10/7/60. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, the Elks Club and the Sportsmans Club.

They had one child:

i. (Private, Male)

52. (Private, Female) LAPOINTE.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Male) DEAN.

They had one child:

i. (Private, Female)64

53. Cedric BISSONETTE, M64. Born on 23 Oct 1905.64 Cedric died on 22 Sep 1976; he was 70.64

He was in the seventh grade in Virginia, Minnesota on 6 Sep 1919. On 27 April 1936 he visited Bayfield from Oregon.64 He lived at 1701 Los Osos Val, Box 57, Reno, Nevada in 1961.

Cedric married Ailie, wife of Cedric BISSONETTE, F. Ailie, wife of Cedric died ? .
She lived at 1340 Pomeroy Avenue, Santa Clara, California 95051.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Female)64

ii. (Private, Female)64

54. (Private, Female) LAPOINTE76.
(Private, Male) first married (Private, Male) MCKENROT76.

They had one child:

7 0 i. (Private, Male)

(Private, Male) second married Husband of Helen LaPointe NORMANTON64, M. Husband of Helen
LaPointe died ? .
He was Helen's first husband. They lived at 1674 Oak Street, Prince George, British Columbia Y2L 121. He died.64

55. (Private, Female) LAPOINTE
64,76.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Male) MUIRHEAD76.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Male)76

ii. (Private, Female)76

56. (Private, Male) LAPOINTE64,87.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Female) HAMMERGREN64,76.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Female)64,76

ii. (Private, Female)64,76

iii. (Private, Male)64,76

iv. (Private, Female)64,76

v. (Private, Male)64,76

7 1 vi. (Private, Male)

7 2 vii. (Private, Female)

7 3 viii. (Private, Female)

57. (Private, Male) LAPOINTE64,76.

Child:

7 4 i. (Private, Male)

58. (Private, Female) LARIVERE.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Male) SOLTIS.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Male)64

ii. (Private, Male)64

iii. (Private, Male)64

iv. (Private, Female)64

v. (Private, Male)64

59. Elaine M. LARIVERE, F63. Born on 19 Feb 1922 in Ironwood, Gogebic County, Michigan, USA.63
Elaine M. died in Ashland, Ashland County, Wisconsin, USA, on 20 Mar 1968; she was 46.63,64 Buried on 22 Mar 1968 in Bayfield, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA.63 GPS coordinates of her gravesite are Map datum NAD 27 UTM Zone Conus 15 T 0665397 Easting 5186703 Northing.

On 24 Aug 1940 when Elaine M. was 18, she married Arvo SIEVALA, M.64 Arvo died on 27 Jun 1985.64

They had one child:

i. (Private, Female)64

60. (Private, Male) LAPOINTE88,89.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Female) BASINA88,89, daughter of (Private, Male) BASINA.

They had the following children:

7 5 i. (Private, Male)

7 6 ii. (Private, Male)

7 7 iii. (Private, Female)

7 8 iv. (Private, Male)

v. (Private, Male)88,89

7 9 vi. (Private, Male)

8 0 vii. (Private, Female)

61. (Private, Female) STAHL.

(Private, Male) married David Yandell DEPAGE, M, son of Male DEPAGE, M. Born on 17 Feb 1922 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA. David Yandell died ? .

His family name was originally de Paci, and his ancestral home was in Busilicatta, Italy.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Male)

ii. (Private, Female)

iii. (Private, Female)

iv. (Private, Female)

62. (Private, Male) STAHL71.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Female) NICKASCH, daughter of Leo Anthony NICKASCH, M (8 Dec 1896-Sep 1937) & Myrtle Margaret DUFRESNE, F (24 Sep 1898-aft 1926).

They had the following children:

8 1 i. (Private, Female)

ii. (Private, Female)71

63. (Private, Female) STAHL90.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Male) SUTHERLIN90, son of Herbert Franklin SUTHERLIN, M & Nellie May DIX, F.

They had the following children:

8 2 i. (Private, Female)

8 3 ii. (Private, Male)

64. (Private, Female) LAPOINTE71.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Male) WALDMAN.

They had one child:

8 4 i. (Private, Female)

65. (Private, Female) LAPOINTE82.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Male) MOODY82, son of Leonard Wood (Moose) MOODY M.D., M (28 Apr 1905-15 Nov 1969) & Anna (Ann) Rita MATKOVICH, F (26 Oct 1911-27 Jun 1992).

They had the following children:

8 5 i. (Private, Male)

8 6 ii. (Private, Male)

iii. (Private, Male)82,91,92

8 7 iv. (Private, Male)

66. (Private, Female) LAPOINTE.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Male) WINTERER, son of William Athle WINTERER, M (24 Nov 1915-8 Jul 1993) & (Private, Female) NELSON.

They had one child:

i. (Private, Female)

67. Madame POTVIN, M64. Madame died aft 1958.6
He was the oldest child and lived in Chicoutimi, Quebec on 13 May 1958.64

Child:

i. (Private, Male)64

68. (Private, Female) LAPOINTE3.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Male) LABELLE3, son of lie LABELLE, M (-aft 1912) & Marie Louise LAFLAMME, F (-aft 1912).

They had one child:

i. (Private, Male)

69. Gerard Ernest LAPOINTE, M. Gerard Ernest died ? .

Child:

8 8 i. (Private, Male)



Thirteenth Generation
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70. (Private, Male) MCKENROT64.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Female) MACKENROT64.

They had one child:

i. (Private, Male)64

71. (Private, Male) LAPOINTE64,76.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Female) LAPOINTE64,76.

They had one child:

i. (Private, Female)76

72. (Private, Female) LAPOINTE64,76.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Male) REGAN64,76.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Male)76

ii. (Private, Male)76

iii. (Private, Female)76

73. (Private, Female) LAPOINTE64,76.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Male) SCOTT76.

They had one child:

i. (Private, Female)76

74. (Private, Male) LAPOINTE64.

Child:

i. (Private, Male)64

75. (Private, Male) LAPOINTE64,88,89.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Female) DEFOE88,89.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Female)89

8 9 ii. (Private, Male)

iii. (Private, Female)89

iv. (Private, Male)89

76. (Private, Male) LAPOINTE88,93.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Female) LAMOREAUX88,89.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Male)88,89

ii. (Private, Female)88,89

iii. (Private, Female)88,89

9 0 iv. (Private, Female)

v. (Private, Male)88,89

vi. (Private, Female)88,89

77. (Private, Female) LAPOINTE88,89.
(Private, Male) first married (Private, Male) DEFOE89.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Male)89

ii. (Private, Female)89

(Private, Male) second married (Private, Male) JOHNSON89.

78. (Private, Male) LAPOINTE
88,89.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Female) LAPOINTE.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Female)89

ii. (Private, Female)89

iii. (Private, Female)89

79. (Private, Male) LAPOINTE88,89.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Female) MORRISON89.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Male)89

ii. (Private, Female)89

80. (Private, Female) LAPOINTE88,89.
(Private, Male) first married (Private, Male) WILLIAMSON89.

(Private, Male) second married (Private, Male) MALE.

They had one child:

i. (Private, Male)89

81. (Private, Female) STAHL.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Male) GEHRKE, son of Male GEHRKE, M (-11 Oct 1975).

They had one child:

i. (Private, Male)

82. (Private, Female) SUTHERLIN90.
(Private, Male) first married (Private, Male) GIBSON90.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Female)90

ii. (Private, Male)90

(Private, Male) second married (Private, Male) HANSON90.

83. (Private, Male) SUTHERLIN
90.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Female) SUTHERLIN90.

They had one child:

i. (Private, Female)90

84. (Private, Female) WALDMAN.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Male) WALDMAN.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Female)

ii. (Private, Male)

85. (Private, Male) MOODY82,94.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Female) SCHNELL82,95, daughter of (Private, Male) SCHNELL & (Private, Female) BEYERS.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Female)82,96

ii. (Private, Male)82,97

86. (Private, Male) MOODY82,98.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Female) LANE MOODY82, daughter of (Private, Male) LANE & (Private, Female) SPEIGEL.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Male)99,82

ii. (Private, Male)100,82

iii. (Private, Male)100,82

87. (Private, Male) MOODY82,101.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Female) DEUBEN102,82, daughter of (Private, Male) DEUBEN & (Private, Female) JOHNSTON.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Female)103,82

ii. (Private, Female)

88. (Private, Male) LAPOINTE.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Female) LAPOINTE.They had one child:

i. (Private, Female)



14th Generation
--------------------------------------------------

89. (Private, Male) LAPOINTE89.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Female) LAPOINTE.

They had the following children:

i. (Private, Female)
ii. (Private, Female)
iii. (Private, Female)
iv. (Private, Male)
v. (Private, Male)
vi. (Private, Female)

90. (Private, Female) LAPOINTE88,89.
(Private, Male) married (Private, Male) LAPOINTE88.

They had one child:

i. (Private, Male)88


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90.
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Index
ANDERSON
Charles John (1882 - 1969) parent of spouse of 45
AUBREY
Ida Belle ( - 1936) spouse of 40
AUDET
Alexis (1781 - 1781) child of 18
Alexis (1785 - ?) child of 18
Augustin (1748 - >1773) child of 16
Charlotte (1728 - ?) child of 5
Dominique (1783 - 1784) child of 18
lisabeth (1724 - <1726) child of 9
Franois (1710 - 1762) 16
Franois (1726 - >1754) child of 10
Franoise (1699 - <1700) child of 7
Gabriel (1713 - ?) child of 9
Genevive (1714 - ?) child of 7
Genevive (1715 - <1725) child of 9
Genevive (1731 - 1731) child of 10
Geoffroy (>1779 - >1826) child of 22
Gertrude (<1725 - <1725) child of 5
Jacques-Amable (1732 - >1757) child of 10
Jacquette (ca1647 - 1717) child of 2
Jean (Jehan) (ca1580 - <1634) 1
Jean-Baptiste (1722 - 1722) child of 10
Jean-Baptiste (1725 - >1747) child of 10
Jean-Franois (1714 - <1714) child of 9
Jean-Franois (1717 - ?) child of 9
Joachim (1717 - 1742) child of 10
Joseph (1712 - ?) child of 5
Joseph (1728 - <1728) child of 10
Joseph (1729 - >1752) child of 10
Joseph (1755 - >1779) 22
Laurent (1779 - ?) child of 18
Louis (1711 - ?) child of 9
Marguerite (1714 - ?) child of 5
Marguerite (1740 - ?) child of 16
Marie Dite Madeleine (1703 - >1726) child of 7
Marie-Anglique (1719 - >1750) child of 5
Marie-Anne-Madeleine (1723 - >1741) child of 10
Marie-Franoise (1709 - 1712) child of 7
Marie-Franoise (1735 - 1771) child of 10
Marie-Genevive (1727 - ?) child of 9
Marie-Josphte (1718 - <1721) child of 5
Marie-Josphte (<1721 - ?) child of 5
Marie-Josphte (1728 - <1730) child of 9
Marie-Louise (1719 - 1742) child of 10
Marie-Madeleine (1724 - ?) child of 9
Marie-Marguerite (1721 - 1764) child of 10
Marie-Marguerite (1760 - >1780) child of 17
Marie-Thrse (1717 - ?) child of 7
Perptue (1719 - ?) child of 9
Perptue (<1723 - ?) child of 5
Pierre (1726 - ?) child of 5
AUDET DIT LAPOINTE
Alfred (1847 - 1848) child of 30
Antoine (1711 - >1732) 15
Barthlemi (1741 - 1834) 19
Basilisse (1745 - 1775) child of 12
Charlotte (1753 - 1754) child of 17
Charlotte (1761 - >1787) child of 17
Claude (1808 - ?) child of 24
Daughter of Joseph (1732 - 1732) child of 12
lize (1823 - 1887) 30
Flicit-Agathe (1801 - 1801) child of 24
Flavien (1810 - ?) child of 24
Franois (1684 - >1730) 8
Franois (>1727 - >1764) child of 11
Franois (>1739 - >1789) child of 14
Franois (1806 - >1826) child of 24
Franois-Xavier (1850 - 1852) child of 30
Gabriel (1717 - >1753) child of 6
Genevive (1812 - >1837) child of 24
Georges (1830 - 1895) child of 27
Godfroid (1770 - >1786) child of 17
Grgoire (1797 - ?) child of 24
Grgoire (1821 - >1848) child of 27
Guillaume (1777 - 1844) 25
Innocent (ca1614 - 1700) 2
Innocent (<1689 - 1774) 9
Isaac (1795 - 1858) 27
Jacques (1763 - >1789) child of 17
Janvier ( - >1864) 31
Jean-Baptiste (1675 - 1728) 5
Jean-Baptiste (1707 - >1726) child of 7
Jean-Baptiste Jr. (1711 - >1739) 14
Jean-Baptiste (~1757 - 1757) child of 17
Jean-Baptiste (1778 - 1778) child of 19
Jean-Franois (1714 - 1790) child of 6
Joachim (1691 - >1735) 10
Joseph (ca1678 - <1732) 6
Joseph II (ca1704 - 1788) 12
Joseph (1721 - 1788) 17
Joseph (1745 - 1745) child of 17
Joseph-Marie (1792 - 1835) child of 24
Joseph-No (1835 - >1864) child of 27
Julien ( - >1827) 28
Louis (1720 - ?) child of 7
Louis-Franois (1712 - >1745) child of 4
Louis-Marie (1775 - 1839) child of 19
Male (1818 - 1818) child of 27
Monique (1804 - 1836) child of 24
Nicolas (1671 - 1672) child of 3
Nicolas (1672 - <1681) child of 3
Nicolas (1680 - <1751) 7
Nicolas "The Immigrant" (<1637 - 1700) 3
Paul (1827 - >1854) child of 27
Philippe (1852 - 1853) child of 30
Pierre (1674 - 1715) 4
Pierre (<1698 - <1704) child of 4
Pierre Jr. (1704 - >1729) 11
Pierre III (1729 - ?) child of 11
Pierre (1736 - 1815) 18
Pierre (1794 - 1794) child of 24
Pierre (1830 - >1854) child of 27
Pierre-Emmanuel (1802 - 1863) child of 24
Pierre-Joseph (1768 - 1852) 24
Polycarpe (1802 - >1826) child of 24
Rosalie (1767 - ?) child of 17
Suzanne (1746 - 1820) child of 17
AUDET DITE LAPOINTE
Catherine (1715 - >1751) child of 6
Jeanne (1706 - >1727) child of 6
Madeleine (1677 - >1697) child of 3
Marguerite (1686 - >1725) child of 3
Marie (1682 - 1775) child of 3
Marie (1704 - >1729) child of 7
Marie (1739 - >1780) child of 16
Marie-Anglique (<1706 - >1731) child of 4
Marie-Anne (1712 - <1759) child of 7
Marie-Anne (1748 - ?) child of 17
Marie-Claire (1833 - 1856) child of 27
Marie-Flicit (1814 - 1817) child of 24
Marie-Flavie (1825 - ?) child of 27
Marie-Josette (1751 - 1759) child of 17
Marie-Louise-Genevive (1700 - >1758) child of 4
Marie-Madeleine (<1702 - 1776) child of 4
Marie-Madeleine (1709 - >1725) child of 5
Marie-Madeleine (1714 - 1714) child of 4
Marie-Madeleine (1770 - ?) child of 19
Marie-Reine (1799 - 1826) child of 24
Marie-Reine (1820 - 1820) child of 27
BAILLARGEON
Jean ( - >1716) parent of spouse of 16
Madeleine (1716 - 1761) spouse of 16
BERGERON
Adle (Delphine) (ca1833 - 1896) parent of spouse of 32
BERNARD
Andr ( - >1682) parent of spouse of 8
Marguerite (1682 - 1753) spouse of 8
BISSONETTE
Abie Bernard Barney ( - >1905) spouse of 39
Ailie, wife of Cedric ( - ?) spouse of 53
Cedric (1905 - 1976) 53
BOIVIN
Flicit (<1798 - 1835) spouse of 27
Louis ( - >1798) parent of spouse of 27
BONICATTO
Anthony (ca1911 - 1971) spouse of 51
Male ( - >1911) parent of spouse of 51
BOUCHARD
Claud ( - >1775) parent of spouse of 24
Daniel ( - >1807) parent of spouse of 28
Euphrosine ( - >1807) parent of spouse of 28
Flicit ( - >1827) spouse of 28
Flicit (<1775 - 1856) spouse of 24
Jacques ( - ?) parent of spouse of 18
Marie-Madeleine ( - >1785) spouse of 18
BOUCHARD DITE DORVAL
Marie-Genevive (1694 - 1763) parent of spouse of 13
BOUCHER
Reine ( - >1773) spouse of 21
CADOTTE
Julia ( - 1970) spouse of 42
CADRANT
Marie Jeanne (Mary Jane) (1864 - 1920) parent of spouse of 43
Marie Jeanne (Mary Jane) (1864 - 1920) parent of spouse of 44
CHABOT
Marie Louise (1681 - 1756) spouse of 7
Mathurin (1637 - 1696) parent of spouse of 7
CT
Franois-Xavier ( - >1877) spouse of 33
Genevieve child of 33
Ida (ca1892 - ) child of 33
Isabelle child of 33
Joseph ( - ?) parent of spouse of 33
Joseph child of 33
COULOMBE
Marie Marthe (1673 - 1760) parent of spouse of 11
CRPEAU
Marguerite ( - >1711) parent of spouse of 12
DALLAIRE
Marie ( - >1836) spouse of 27
DELOMAY
Marie-Anne ( - >1690) parent of spouse of 9
DENIS
Marie ( - >1716) parent of spouse of 16
DEPAGE
David Yandell (1922 - ?) spouse of 61
Male ( - ?) parent of spouse of 61
DESGAGNS
Genevive ( - >1775) parent of spouse of 24
DESPRS
Franois (ca1625 - >1656) parent of spouse of 3
Madeleine (ca1653 - 1712) spouse of 3
DIX
Nellie May ( - ?) parent of spouse of 63
DROUIN
Elzar ( - >1891) parent of spouse of 47
DUCHSNE
Adlaide Eulalia (1828 - 1907) spouse of 30
Ren ( - >1828) parent of spouse of 30
DUFRESNE
Myrtle Margaret (1898 - >1926) parent of spouse of 62
DUMAS
Franois (ca1642 - 1714) parent of spouse of 4
Marie (<1680 - 1760) spouse of 4
EMOND
Isabelle (ca1873 - 1956) spouse of 34
Thomas ( - >1873) parent of spouse of 34
FONTAINE
Marguerite ( - ?) parent of spouse of 15
Marguerite ( - >1723) parent of spouse of 12
FORGUE
Anglique ( - >1779) spouse of 22
FORTIN
Brigitte ( - >1743) parent of spouse of 19
FOY
Register Report
Page 68
Marguerite (1636 - 1718) parent of spouse of 4
GAGNON
Lafleur ( - ?) parent of spouse of 33
GAUDEAULT
Adlade ( - >1851) parent of spouse of 29
GEHRKE
Male ( - 1975) parent of spouse of 81
GIRARD
Adeline ( - >1864) spouse of 31
M. ( - >1873) parent of spouse of 34
GITTON
Marie ( - >1682) parent of spouse of 8
GODBOUT
Marie-Louise (1691 - >1728) spouse of 5
Nicolas ( - >1691) parent of spouse of 5
GRAND
Madeleine (LE) (ca1625 - >1656) parent of spouse of 3
GRIFFARD
Marie-Agathe ( - >1739) spouse of 14
HAGSTROM
Ida Christine (1884 - 1967) parent of spouse of 45
HARVEY
Madeleine ( - >1828) parent of spouse of 30
HERTAUT
Jacques ( - >1725) parent of spouse of 17
Suzanne (1725 - 1810) spouse of 17
JAHAN DIT LAVIOLETTE JAMME
Jacques J. ( - >1709) parent of spouse of 12
JAHAN DITE LAVIOLETTE
Marie-Charlotte (1709 - 1738) spouse of 12
KROLL
Robert ( - ?) spouse of 49
LABELLE
lie ( - >1912) parent of spouse of 68
LABRECQUE
Marie (1704 - >1729) spouse of 11
Pierre (1668 - 1756) parent of spouse of 11
LACHANCE
Anglique ( - >1773) spouse of 20
LAFLAMME
Marie Louise ( - >1912) parent of spouse of 68
LAFRANOIS
Marie ( - >1694) parent of spouse of 10
LAJOIE
Julie ( - ?) parent of spouse of 26
LAPOINTE
Aldimore (Ed) (1885 - 1976) 40
Alfred Joseph (1892 - 1970) child of 32
Anna Jean, wife of Eugene ( - >1935) spouse of 38
Auguste dit Philippe (Philip) (1855 - 1908) 32
Augustin (1751 - <1832) child of 12
Bartelemi (>1773 - ?) child of 21
Barthelemi ( - >1773) 21
Barthlmi-Pantalon (1766 - 1859) child of 19
Beatrice Alice (1894 - 1988) 43
Edmond (>1864 - >1885) 35
Eli George (1890 - 1974) 42
milie (1857 - >1877) 33
Ernest (>1864 - ?) 36
Ernest George (1903 - 1988) 45
Eugne (Jean) (1880 - 1952) 38
Franois (>1736 - >1763) child of 16
Franois (>1742 - >1773) 20
Franois (>1773 - ?) child of 20
Franois (1777 - 1850) 23
Gabriel (1748 - <1826) child of 12
Gerard Ernest ( - ?) 69
Guillaume (1710 - >1742) 13
Guillaume (1742 - 1805) child of 12
Harry J. (1896 - 1980) 44
Ignace (1750 - <1828) child of 12
Jean (1860 - 1930) 29
Jean-Baptiste (1738 - >1773) child of 12
Jean-Baptiste (1775 - ?) child of 18
Jean-Baptiste (1812 - 1880) 26
Jean-Louis (1769 - 1832) child of 18
Jean-Marie (1758 - 1759) child of 12
Joseph (1734 - 1809) child of 12
Joseph (ca1860 - >1888) 34
Joseph Ernest ( - ?) 48
Joseph-Marie (1728 - 1730) child of 12
Joseph-Marie (1767 - 1840) child of 18
Leona (1884 - 1966) 39
Louis (1747 - br. 1756) child of 12
Louis (1774 - 1774) child of 19
Male (1733 - 1753) child of 12
Marie Louise (Mary) (1888 - 1968) 41
Marie-Alise (1865 - >1899) child of 30
Marie-Anglique (1771 - 1856) child of 18
Marie-Anne (1743 - 1824) child of 12
Marie-Charlotte (1726 - 1813) child of 12
Marie-Franoise (1756 - 1798) child of 12
Marie-Georgina (1862 - >1883) child of 30
Marie-Josephte ( - 1805) child of 6
Marie-Josephte (1773 - ?) child of 18
Marie-Lonide (1867 - 1890) child of 30
Marie-Louise (1754 - <1755) child of 12
Mary-Anne (1771 - 1827) child of 19
Nicolas (1753 - ca1780) child of 12
Nil ( - ?) child of 29
Ocine (1882 - ca1886) child of 32
Phidelia (Fidel) Margaret (1879 - 1962) 37
Philippe (Philip) (Pit) J. (1900 - 1978) child of 32
Pierre (1765 - 1816) child of 18
Rose-Anne ( - >1958) 46
Ursule (1785 - 1867) child of 19
William J. (1898 - 1976) child of 32
LARIVERE
Elaine M. (1922 - 1968) 59
Male ( - ?) parent of spouse of 41
Peter Joseph (Joe) (1886 - 1969) spouse of 41
Philip H. L. (1910 - 1939) child of 41
LAVOYE
Marie-Madeleine (DE) ( - >1771) parent of spouse of 25
LEMELIN
Anglique ( - >1691) parent of spouse of 5
Genevive (ca1690 - 1778) spouse of 9
Louis ( - >1690) parent of spouse of 9
MATKOVICH
Anna (Ann) Rita (1911 - 1992) parent of spouse of 65
MCKAY
Louise Victoria (1859 - 1951) spouse of 32
MCKAY (MAKY)
Louis S. (1825 - 1908) parent of spouse of 32
MSANG
Marie (1643 - 1692) parent of spouse of 7
MEUNIER
Franoise ( - >1678) parent of spouse of 6
MOODY
Leonard Wood (Moose) M.D. (1905 - 1969) parent of spouse of 65
MUNGER
Georges ( - >1851) parent of spouse of 29
Georgiana (1851 - >1883) spouse of 29
NICKASCH
Leo Anthony (1896 - 1937) parent of spouse of 62
NORMANTON
Husband of Helen LaPointe ( - ?) spouse of 54
PARADIS
Philomne ( - >1891) parent of spouse of 47
PPIN
Joseph ( - ?) parent of spouse of 15
PPIN DITE LACHANCE
Marie-Josephte ( - >1732) spouse of 15
PILON
lonore ( - >1885) spouse of 35
Jean-Baptiste (1838 - >1857) parent of spouse of 35
PLANTE
Georges ( - >1711) parent of spouse of 12
Marie Josphte (1711 - 1781) spouse of 12
POTVIN
Aim ( - >1956) spouse of 46
Madame ( - >1958) 67
POULIOT
Anne-Jeanne (1678 - 1759) spouse of 6
Charles ( - >1678) parent of spouse of 6
RANCOURT
Josephte ( - >1773) parent of spouse of 23
RAYMOND
Joseph ( - >1773) parent of spouse of 23
Joseph (1773 - >1812) spouse of 23
REINE
Pierre (ca1580 - >1615) parent of spouse of 2
REINE (ROY)
Vincente (ca1615 - <1715) spouse of 2
ROBERGE DIT LACROIX
Pierre (ca1641 - 1710) parent of spouse of 10
ROBERGE DITE LACROIX
Louise-Hyacinthe (1694 - >1735) spouse of 10
ROUSSET
Louise-Franoise ( - ?) parent of spouse of 18
SENET
Marie ( - >1725) parent of spouse of 17
SIEVALA
Arvo ( - 1985) spouse of 59
STAHL
Allen Gabriel (1888 - 1927) spouse of 43
Genevieve Mary (1897 - 1984) spouse of 44
John Joseph (Jack) (1927 - 2003) child of 43
Thomas Casper King (1838 - 1922) parent of spouse of 43
Thomas Casper King (1838 - 1922) parent of spouse of 44
SUTHERLIN
Herbert Franklin ( - ?) parent of spouse of 63
THERRIEN
Barthlemi T. ( - >1723) parent of spouse of 12
Marie-Anne (1723 - 1759) spouse of 12
THOMAS-TRANCHEMONTAGNE
Adline ( - >1857) parent of spouse of 35
TREMBLAY
milie ( - >1860) spouse of 26
tienne ( - >1771) parent of spouse of 25
Flicit ( - >1798) parent of spouse of 27
Joseph ( - ?) parent of spouse of 26
Louis ( - >1743) parent of spouse of 19
Madeleine (1743 - 1827) spouse of 19
Olive ( - >1801) spouse of 25
TRSPAGNY
Marie-Anne (DE) ( - >1709) parent of spouse of 12
TURCOTTE
Franois (1692 - 1729) parent of spouse of 13
Marie-Madeleine (1722 - >1742) spouse of 13
WEST
Beulah (ca1900 - 1954) 49
Charles (>1900 - ca1930) child of 37
Floyd "Buster (>1900 - 1973) 50
Howard (1880 - 1935) spouse of 37
Mary, wife of Floyd ( - ?) spouse of 50
Vivian (1907 - 1992) 51
WINTERER
William Athle (1915 - 1993) parent of spouse of 66
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David L. Moody
6 Belted Kingfisher Road
Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034-6400
P. O. Box 62
Bayfield, Wisconsin 54814-0062




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