Plz help interpret "écuyer" & "Dlle" (demoiselle) - Normany 17th cent.

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Plz help interpret "écuyer" & "Dlle" (demoiselle) in Normany 17th century - would "Squire" & "Lady" be best understood equivalents?  My ancestry includes quite a few persons with those labels - in southern part of what is now Manche Dept., Lower Normandy (old Avranches diocese).
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Google translates comes back with  Squire "&" Miss

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