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Marie Josephe Jasmin (1738 - 1773)

Marie Josephe (Marie) Jasmin
Born in Chambly, Canada, Nouvelle-Francemap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 4 Apr 1758 in Saint-Charles-sur-Richelieu, Canada, Nouvelle-Francemap
Descendants descendants
Died in Beloeil, Québec Provincemap
Profile last modified | Created 23 Dec 2014
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Biography

Marie Josephe Jasmin was born and baptized on the same day of 29 Oct 1738 in Chambly[1], the daughter of Noël Jasmin and Jeanne Chauvin.

Note: She only used the name Marie throughout her married life.

Marriage

Jean Drogue dit Lajoye, listed as 24 years old, first married on 4 April 1758 in St-Charles-sur-Richelieu with 18 year old Marie Jasmin, daughter of Noël Jasmin & Jeanne Chauvin.[2]. He had a certificate of liberty sent to the priest by M. Montgolfier, vicar-general of the diocese of Québec, that he had not been married before, and permission to marry from M. Dubleau, chevalier of the military order of St-Louis and infantry captain of said regiment, signed by M. de Fonbonne lieutenant-colonel and M. de Lapause major of said regiment and legalized by Monsieur le marquis de Montcalm, marshal of camps and armies, commander of land troops in north America dated 18 March. Named as present at the marriage were Jean Le Cornu, sergeant in said regiment, Thomas Jabot and André Combe, soldiers, Noël Jasmin father of the bride, Jean Baptiste Reinaud, friend. Signatures were Jean le Cornu, André Combe, Rainault, Jabot, with the priest Mercereau ptre. His origin listed on this record was: PAROISSE DE STE-MARTHE DE TARASCON, DIOCESE D'AVIGNON, JURIDICTION D'AIX

The 2 had the following known children:

  1. Jean Baptiste Drogue, b & bapt 26 Jan 1759 St-Charles-sur-Richelieu; married Josephe Arnois 11 Nov 1782 Beloeil
  2. Antoine Drogue, b & bapt 7 Oct 1760 Verchères; married Agathe Lévesque 23 Oct 1786 St-Charles-sur-Richelieu
  3. Marie Drogue b c 1762; married Michel Panau dit Langevin 3 Feb 1783 St-Charles-sur-Richelieu; no issue from the marriage, died 6 mar 1837 funeral 8th St-Jean-Baptiste-de-Rouville, listed as Marie Lajoie, 75 year old widow of Michel Panneau dit Langevin (was listed as Marie Drogue dite Lajoie on his funeral in 1824)
  4. Marie Josephe Drogue, b & bapt 3 Jul 1767 St-Charles-sur-Richelieu; Josephe Drogue married Alexis Jacobs 14 Jul 1788 Beloeil
  5. Joseph Drogue, b 9 Sept 1769 bapt 10th St-Charles-sur-Richelieu; married Marie Rose Soly 28 Oct 1799 St-Hyacinthe
  6. Jacques Drogue, b 3 May 1771 bapt 4th St-Charles-sur-Richelieu; married Marie Josephe Valérie Morand 25 Jul 1796 St-Marc-sur-Richelieu
  7. François Drogue, b 9 Jan 1773 bapt 17th Beloeil; married Geneviève Guion dite Lemoine 12 Oct 1795 Beloeil[3]


Jean Drogue remarries on 10 Oct 1773 in St-Charles-sur-Richelieu with Marie Rose Bruno, daughter of François Bruno and Marie Brunelle[4]

No funeral has been identified as hers, her last child is born 9 Jan 1773 and baptized in Beloeil, her husband remarried in October of that same year, so she had to die within that time frame and the location is most likely Beloeil since that is where the last child is born and also where her husband gets buried a few years later.[3]

Sources

  1. baptism IGD
  2. marriage IGD
  3. 3.0 3.1 Quebec, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1997 - Drouin IGD
  4. marriage 2 IGD


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