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Jean Baptiste Benoit (1790 - 1882)

Jean Baptiste Benoit
Born in Baie-du-Febvre, Yamaska, Lower Canadamap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married 22 Jul 1811 (to 11 Nov 1816) in Baie-du-Febvre, Yamaska, Lower Canadamap
Husband of — married 1871 [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died in Baie-du-Febvre, Yamaska, Quebec, Canadamap
Profile last modified | Created 18 Aug 2020
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Biography

Birth

Jean Baptiste was born on 25 May 1790 in Baie-du-Febvre, Yamaska, Lower Canada, in what is now Quebec.

Baptism

He was baptized the following day in Baie-du-Febvre. In attendance were Jean-Baptiste Lafond and Marie-Josephte Benoid.

Children

Jean-Baptiste Benoit and Marie Dionne had the following children:

Louise Benoit Cote (m. 22 Nov 1836)
Marie Benoit (b. 4 Aug 1812)
Jean-Baptiste-Hilaire Benoit (b. 14 Jan 1814)
Vincent-Charles Benoit (8 Oct 1815 - 1 May 1816)

Death

Jean Baptiste died on 28 January, 1882 and was buried on 30 January, 1882 in the parish of St Tite, Quebec.

Sources

Quebec, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1968



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Received your communique. I put in as complete a citation as I could.
posted on Londroche-6 (merged) by Richard Dieterle
I cannot find this person in the source that has been provided. Under "Patronyme Landroche" (http://www.cjutras.org/CJ_0L0295.html) are only two relevant entries: Jean-Baptiste THEROUX-LANDROCHE / DESAUTELS, Adelaide (m. 12 JAN 1841, St-Aime, Massueville, Richelieu, QC), and Jean-Baptiste THEROUX-LANDROCHE / LEBLANC, Marguerite (m. 27 OCT 1835, St-Michel-d'Yamaska, Yamaska, QC). From what source did this person b. 1790 come? I find (http://www.cjutras.org/CJ_THEROUX-L.html#F026855): THEROUX-LANDROCHE, Jean-Baptiste, Naissance: 29 AUG 1814, Yamaska, Yamaska, QC, Baptême: 29 AUG 1814, St-Michel-d'Yamaska, Yamaska, Conjoint(1): Marguerite LEBLANC, (m. 27 OCT 1835, St-Michel-d'Yamaska, Yamaska, QC). Conjoint(2): Adelaide DESAUTELS, (m. 12 JAN 1841, St-Aime, Massueville, Richelieu, QC). His father, however, is Louis Theroux, b. 1788. This J-Bte Theroux-Landroche shows no evidence of marrying Josette Monaigre in 1839 in Wisconsin, nor having the name Benoit. So where does your entry come from exactly?
posted on Londroche-6 (merged) by Richard Dieterle

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