Joseph Jacques Lapierre was born about 1722. He was the son of Jacques LaPierre and Marie Forest. He married Marguerite Brun, daughter of Claude Brun and Cecile Dugas of Port Royal 4 Oct 1743 at Beaubassin. Witness: Joseph Lalande.
Original Marriage Record:
L'an 1743, le 4è octobre, après la publication de trois bans de mariage par trois dimanche consécutifs entre Joseph à Jacques Lapierre et Marie Sonier, ses père et mère de la paroisse de Beaubassin et entre Marguerite à Claude Brun et Cécile Dugas, ses père et mère du Port Royal, sans aucune opposition au dit mariage, avons reçu leur mutuel consentement et leur avons donné la bénédiction nuptiale en présence des témoins.
The year 1743, the 4th of October, after the publication of three marriage banns by three consecutive Sundays between Joseph à Jacques Lapierre and Marie Sonier, his father and mother of the parish of Beaubassin and between Marguerite à Claude Brun and Cécile Dugas, his father and mother of Port Royal, without any opposition to the said marriage, we received their mutual consent and gave them the nuptial blessing in the presence of the witnesses.
PARENTS-MARRIAGE-CENSUS: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 963; own copy. #(8): Joseph was on the 1763 census at Fort Beause'jour.
"Nova Scotia Marriages, 1711-1909," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XL5N-QK7 : 5 December 2014), Joseph Jacques Lapierre and Marguerite Brun, 04 Oct 1743; citing Roman Catholic,Beaubassin,Cumberland,Nova Scotia; FHL microfilm unknown.
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