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Christian Theodore (DePincier) DePincier Born Desmarets (1750 - 1824)

Christian Theodore DePincier Born Desmarets formerly DePincier aka Depencier
Born in Fürstentum Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel, Heiliges Römisches Reichmap
Ancestors ancestors
Son of and [mother unknown]
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Husband of — married 4 Nov 1785 in Trois-Rivières, Protestants, Province of Québecmap
Descendants descendants
Died at age 73 in Sorel, Bas-Canadamap
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Profile last modified | Created 8 Apr 2017 | Last significant change: 16 Jun 2022
22:41: John Atkinson removed Christian Theodore (DePincier) DePincier Born Desmarets (1750-1824) as child of Philippine Charlotte (VonHohenzollern) Hohenzollern (1716-1801). [Thank John for this]
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Biography

Occupation: Militaire de carrière, Arpenteur-(career military man, surveyor)

Bapt./Source: fils illegitime Histoire de Sorel, Azarie Couillard-Després, p.144

Marriage<be> Theodore Depencier and Charlotte Bellefeuille were married on 4 Nov 1785 at the Protestant Congregation of Trois-Rivières, Province de Québec.[1]

Burial/Source: Mort par suicide "Buried on this 19th day of April, 1824, Théodore de Pincier, Esq. formerly of the German troops in the British service and later sworn surveyor of this Province" - Reg. Anglican Christ Church Sorel, page 8

Christian-Thodor von Pincier. Fils illegitime du duc Charles de Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. Sa mère a marié plus tard le noble suédois Pincier von Konigstein. Theodre n'a jamais été reconnu par son père et a été adopté par le baron Pincier.

Christian-Thodor von Pincier was the illegitimate son of Duke Charles of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel and Marie Claire Desmarets. His mother at a later date married later the noble Swedish Pincier von Konigstein. Theodore was never recognized by his father and was adopted by the baron Pincier of Sweden.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_I,_Duke_of_Brunswick-Wolfenb%C3%BCttel

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Swedish_noble_families

Arrive en juin 1776 avec 4000 mercenaires allemands de Hessen-Kassel.

(Arrived in June, 1776 with 4000 German mercenaries of Hessen-Kassel.)

informations tiré de Google http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_Theodor_von_Pincier

(Information found in Google...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_Theodor_von_Pincie)

Voir aussi "Histoire de Sorel" de Azarie Couillard-Després, édition 1926 pages 144-146. Disponible en PDF http://bibnum2.banq.qc.ca/bna/numtexte/122632.pdf

(See also " History(Story) of Sorel" of Azarie Couillard-Després, edition(publishing) 1926 pages 144-146. Available in PDF... http://bibnum2.banq.qc.ca/bna/numtexte/122632.pdf)

Extrait sur ses origines: Théodore de Pincier, surnommé l'ermite de William-Henry, dont l'existence s'est écoulé au milieu de déboires de toute sorte, était le fils naturel du duc de Brunswick. Il est né en Saxe le 8 juillet 1750. Sa mère, femme du capitaine de Martigny qui, dans un accès de jalousie, se suicida, convola en secondes noces, deux ans plus tard, avec Georges-Henri de Pincier, français d'origine, et Capitaine des Grenadiers dans les troupes germaniques. Celui-ci adopta le fils du duc.

( Extracted from his origins: Théodore de Pincier, nicknamed the hermit of William-Henry, whose existence passed by in the middle of various setbacks, was the natural son of the duke of Brunswick. He was born in Saxony on July 8th, 1750. His mother, wife of the captain of Martigny remarried, two years later, to Georges-Henri de Pincier, French in origin, and Captain of Grenadiers in the Germanic troops. He was adopted the son of the duke.)

Sources

  1. Quebec, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1968 for Theodore Depincier, Trois-Rivières, Protestant, 1768-1800 image 40 of 88 at Ancestry.com (paid) .

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Depencier-11 and DePincier-3 appear to represent the same person because: Depencier-11 and DePincier-3 appear to represent the same person because: Three profiles for the same person using different spelling of last name. Correct LNAB (or perhaps adoption) was von Pincier. He was born in Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel, Heiliges Römisches Reich and would have spoken German or Swedish. De Pincier or Depencier are French versions or his name.
posted by Jim Morin USN Ret
Pencier-1 and DePincier-3 appear to represent the same person because: Three profiles for the same person using different spelling of last name. Correct LNAB (or perhaps adoption) was von Pincier. He was born in Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel, Heiliges Römisches Reich and would have spoken German or Swedish. De Pincier or Depencier are French versions or his name.
posted by Jim Morin USN Ret
His correct last name at birth (or at adoption) was von Pincier. De Pincier or Depencier was a French version that did not exist until he went to the Province of Quebc in 1776.

Suggest changing his LNAB.

posted on Depencier-11 (merged) by Jim Morin USN Ret
Connected Marie Charlotte Rivard dit Bellefuelle profile (aka Wikitree ID Bellefeuille-60) do Dipincier
posted on Depencier-11 (merged) by Jane Schaefer

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