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Anne Geneviève Lemire (1664 - 1750)

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Anne Geneviève Lemire aka Tessier
Born in Québec, Canadamap
Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Wife of — married in Montreal, Canadamap
Died in Montréal, Quebec, Canadamap
7 October 2015
16:20: Cheryl (Granville) Johns added Desjardins Rupalley Gonneville as child for Anne Lemire. [Thank Cheryl for this]
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Marriage or Union

Anne-Geneviève at 17 & Laurent Tessier at 26

October 20, 1681

Montreal, Canada (CT 19-11 Duquet) avec Anne-Geneviève Lemire



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UPD 24 NOV 2008 17:40:08 GMT-6

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Record ID Number: MH:I3459

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CT 19-11 Duquet) avec Laurent Tessier

Fille de Jean et Louise Marsolet

ENFANT NATUREL: (père: Antoine d'Aux): Marie-Madeleine baptisée le 15-12-1690 Montréal et décédée le 28 janvier 1691 à Pointe-aux-Trembles, remariée en 1694 avec Marc-Antoine Desjardins



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Urbain Tessier Lavigne and Marie Archambault
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On September 15, 2015 at 14:29GMT Cheryl Johns wrote:

It seems that Anne was married three times. Her second marriage was to Pierre Jean Antoine Au-Jolliet in 1689. He was an ambassador to the Iroquois. He died in 1694. A daughter Madelleine was born in late 1690 and died In early 1691. Her third marriage was to Marc Antoine de Rupalley sieur DesJardins, born about Feb. 23, 1669, Mestry, Calvados, Normandie, France. They married Nov. 9, 1694, in Quebec. Marc died in April, 1701 in Longueill, Quebec. Anne had two sons from this union. The first was Paul DesJardins DeRupally de Gonneville, born Oct. 29, 1696. The second was named Henri Charles Desjardins de Gonneville , born Jan. 25, 1698. The Gonneville name was taken to honor their paternal grandmother. They were fur traders at Fort Michilimackinac. Charles lived in House E. He was married to Charlotte Marie Leriger de LaPlante. Her sister Marie Catherine was married to Rene Bourassa and lived next door in House F. Charles and Rene were sometimes business partners. Charles and Paul worked together in the fur trade. This fort was built in 1715. Anne's brother Jean Baptiste Lemire dit Marsolet sponsored HER to acquire a fur license and she may have lived in house E and been a fur trader before her son was. She may also have done her work as hirer of voyageurs from Montreal. It is not known who lived at the fort in its earliest years since there are no records of this, but there are records showing Anne's participation with a license to hire voyageurs for the fort commandant in 1723. Her sons were involved from 1722. Anne's brother Jean Baptiste Lemire was a carpenter who built the first fort at Detroit with Cadillac in 1701 and he may have been involved in the Fort Michilimackinaw construction as well in 1715. Big news was made this summer, 2015, when archaeologists at Fort Michilimackinac found an intact rosary at Charles Gonneville's house.

On September 12, 2015 at 00:34GMT Cheryl Johns wrote:

Charles Desjardins de Rupalley de Gonneville married Charlotte Marie Leriger LaPlante on May 13, 1731, Laprairie, Quebec. No death date found for Henri Charles. He did have two sons, Charles, born in 1733. No date of death known. And Antoine Piere, born in 1740, died as an infant two months old.

From Cheryl Granville Johns

On July 15, 2014 at 19:49GMT Linda Gauvin wrote:

Lemire-60 and Lemire-14 appear to represent the same person because: aside from Lemire-60 having a child, they are mirror images

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