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Georges Ephrem Jacques (1834)

Georges Ephrem (Georges) Jacques
Born in Saint-Barthélemy, Bas-Canadamap
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Husband of — married 18 Oct 1859 in Saint-Hyacinthe, Bas-Canadamap
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  • PRDH: Research Programme in Historical Demography (membership): Individu: 1040059
  • Rating: CN401, S50

CN401 Superior Court Fund. Judicial District of Trois-Rivières. Notaries' clerk

Center: BAnQ Trois-Rivières

Title, Dates, Quantity Georges-Étienne Jacques. - 1859-1873, - 1.92 meter (s) linear of document (s) textual (s)

Restriction (s) COMPLETE and permanent restriction of consultation. Note: Only the copy of a reproduced document is communicated. IMPERATIVE RESTRICTION. Source: NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF QUÉBEC, Archival Standards and Procedures of the National Archives of Québec, 6th revised and expanded edition, Quebec, Publications du Québec and Ministry of Culture and Communications, 1996, p. 111 (Rule 302) ..

Biographical Note / Administrative History Georges-Étienne Jacques was the son of Joseph and Marie Anne Turcot. He was notarized on June 15, 1859. On October 18, 1859, he married Hélène Birs Desmarteau in Saint-Hyacinthe and on January 16, 1871, he married Caroline Piuze as a second marriage to Saint-Christophe-d'Arthabaska. From 1859 to 1879, the notary Jacques worked in Trois-Rivières, Saint-Paul-de-Chester, Saint-Hyacinthe and Nicolet. Conservation History / Immediate Source of Acquisition This Registry was the subject of two installments at the Center des Archives Nationales du Quebec, Mauricie-Bois-Francs. In February 1976, the Court House of Trois-Rivières paid the documents covering the years 1859 to 1864 and 1876 to 1879. In March 1984, the Court House of Arthabaska paid the documents covering the years 1864 to 1873. These two payments were the subject of separate series until November 1995 when we brought them together under the same rating. Scope and content This series gathers 2273 notarial minutes of the Georges-Étienne Jacques registry as well as a chronological repertoire in 2 volumes. The minutes are numbered from 1 to 2615. From 1859 to 1879, the notary Jacques practiced in Trois-Rivières (from July 4, 1859 to April 9, 1864), in Saint-Paul-de-Chester (from April 18, 1864 to November 15 1873) and Nicolet (from July 3, 1876 to December 20, 1879). Taken as a whole, the data collected in these official documents with administrative and legal content can constitute a documentary source of the most revealing on the mode and the living conditions of the population during this period (trades and professions mentioned in the contracts, inventories of goods , wills), on the social classes (mention of titles corresponding to the social rank of the concerned parties such bourgeois, squire, etc), on the customs and customs accepted by the society and its institutions (by declarations, arbitration, injunctions, orders, etc.), on relations with the Native people (commercial agreements, conflicts), and, to a lesser extent, on the period medicine and its representatives. Finally, the terminology used in these notarial contracts could be advantageously recovered in the framework of studies on the evolution of the administrative and legal language, or even on the evolution of the French language.

Variant (s) of the own title Georges-Ephrem Jacques. Source of the own compound title Title based on the reference book "Parchment explains ...". - 1989

Restoration / Conservation In shirt.

Digital Order Ranking .

Other formats Available on microfilm (s): 1859-1862 (# 934), 1862-1864 and 1876-1879 (# 935); 1864-1873 and 1879 (# 936). Documents are partially available in digital format.

Related Documents Georges-Étienne Jacques Series, 1873-1876 (ANQ, 06M-CN602, S40).

Instrument (s) de recherche Inventory of marriage contracts deposited at the Trois-Rivières National Archives 1647-1918 / ANQ of Trois-Rivières, MBF Genealogy Society. - Trois-Rivières: Genealogy Society of the Mauricie and Bois-Francs, 1995. 8 vols INDEXED: YES. CONSULTATION SUPPORT: Microfiche (any format except COM). LOCATION OF THE CONSULTATION SUPPORT: P487. Onomastic repertory 1879 of the grafts of several notaries: Jacques pp. 414-422 [followed by] Onomastic repertoire 11 1859-1878 of the registries of several notaries: Jacques pp. 1-616 - [Sl: sn, nd], 2 vols INDEXED: NO. CONSULTATION SUPPORT: Microfiche (any format except COM). LOCATION OF THE CONSULTATION SUPPORT: 400189.

Related terms Chesterville (Québec : Municipalité) Jacques, Georges-Étienne, notaire, époque 1873-1876 Nicolet (Québec : Ville) Notariat Trois-Rivières (Quebec City)

(from Library and National Archives of Quebec

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