Born in Kaskaskia County, Louisianna Territory which what became Kaskasksia St. Louis County, Missouri Territory, United States by 1812.
Moses Paquette recalls, "My mother [Thérèse], who was a daughter of Joseph Crelie, was married at Prairie du Chien to one Lupient, before she married my father. By Lupient she had one child, Theodore, who was run over and killed by a railway train in Chicago in 1860. The elder Lupient died soon after the marriage, and his widow became united with my father in Prairie du Chien in 1818. The first fruits of this union were Xavier and Jean Baptiste, who died within a day or two of each other, before my birth. Both of them were buried in the Catholic cemetery at Prairie du Chien." (Paquette, 400)
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