j'aimerais me faire confirmer ces informations.

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Bonjour,

Je suis à faire l'arbre généalogique des Lepage et ce que j'ai pu obtenir sur Étienne (l'Ancêtre des familles Lepage du Québec, Canada) sont:  né le 9 novembre 1910 à Auxerre, Yonne, Bourgogne, France et décédé en 1691, je n'ai pas le jour et le mois??

Il aurait épousé Dame Nicole Berthelot, née en 1615, pas de jour et de mois?? et décédée en 1648, pas de jour et de mois??

Un fils GERMAIN serait né et marié aussi en France, né 1627 et décédé au Québec (Rimouski) le 26 février 1723, marié à Marie REINE Lory ou Loury, née en 1631 et décédée le 26 février 1696 à St-François de l'Ile d'Orléans, Québec.

Quelqu'un peut m'aider dans mes recherches.  MERCI

Diane Maurice

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Hello,
 
I am doing the family tree of Lepage and what I could get on Etienne (Ancestor families Lepage Quebec, Canada) are born November 9, 1910 at Auxerre, Yonne, Burgundy, France and died in 1691, I was not the day and month??
 
He married Lady Nicole Berthelot, born in 1615, not days and months?? and died in 1648, not days and months??
 
A son was born and married GERMAIN also in France, born in 1627 and died in Quebec (Rimouski) February 26, 1723, married to Mary Lory or QUEEN Loury, born in 1631 and died 26 February 1696 in St-François Island d'Orleans, Quebec.
 
Can someone help me with my research. THANKS

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