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Marie Madelaine Brousseau (1767)

Marie Madelaine Brousseau
Born in St-Augustin, Québec, Canadamap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 2 Feb 1788 in St. Michel Yamaska P.Q.map
Descendants descendants
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 4 Dec 2009
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Biography

Marie was born about 1767in Yamaska, Quebec. She was the daughter of Gabriel Brousseau and Marie Tardif.

Marriage

Franois Xavier Demarest, son of Joseph Demarest and Elisabeth Lussier, married Marie Madeleine Brousseau, duaghter of Gabriel Brousseau and Marie Louise Tardif on February 4, 1788 in Yamaska, Quebec. Present: Joseph Demarest and Christophe Demarest (brothers to the groom) and Gabriel Brousseau (brother to the bride. PRDH-IGD #360662

Family

Children to Francois-Xavier and Madeleine Brousseau who have married in La Presentation, Quebec: Family#2109081-YourFolks.com

Marie-Arhange married Antoine Jared-Beauregard on January 1, 1812 Olivier married Marie-Ange-Louise Masse on November 10, 1812 Christophe married Marie-Lucille Masse on January 25, 1814 Victoire married Joseph Morin on February 14, 1825

Sources

PRDH-IGD-Marriage #360662 - a Subscription is required to access and view the informaiton: http://www.genealogie.umontreal.ca/Membership/en/PRDH/Acte/360662

Marriage and family information: YourFolks.com: http://www.mesaieux.com/an/famille.asp?NoFiche=2109081#FicheFam - A Subscription is needed to access and view the information

  • PRDH/Repertoire des Actes de Bapteme, Mariage, et Sepulture, et des Recensements de Quebec Ancien XVIIe Siecle; (Baptism and Family Records)


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Brousseau-235 and Brousseau-2 appear to represent the same person because: Created Brousseau-235 in error (was on wrong level of family line)
posted by Cindy (Bourque) Cooper
Brousseau-148 and Brousseau-2 appear to represent the same person because: I'm trying again.
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