Charles Réaume was born December 10, 1801 in St. Constant, La Prairie, Bas (Lower) Canada, aka Quebec. His parents were Jean-Baptiste Réaume, b: ca. 1768 in Quebec, and his wife, Marie-Louise Roque, b: ca. 1780 in Quebec. 
On February 10, 1823, in the Roman Catholic church of St. Constant, Laprairie, Quebec, Charles married Louise Roman (aka Raineau), daughter of Joseph Roman & Marie-Angelique Circe, both from St. Philippe, Laprairie, Quebec. The couple lived in St. Constant and had the following children:
Joseph-Gedeon REAUME b: 16 Mar 1823 in Saint-Constant, Laprairie, Québec
Marie-Louise REAUME b: 26 Jun 1825 in Saint-Constant, Laprairie, Québec
Charles REAUME b: 29 May 1827 in Saint-Constant, Laprairie, Québec
Marie-Louise REAUME b: 14 Apr 1830 in Saint-Constant, Laprairie, Québec
Edouard REAUME b: in Saint Constant, Laprairie, Quebec.
On the 1842 Lower Canada (Bas-Canada) or Quebec Census, Charles Réaume is listed as Head of a Household of 8 persons living on a farm near St. Valentin, Huntington County, Lower-Canada.  He does not appear on later Census reports, leading to the conclusion that he passed away between 1842 and 1851.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Charles by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage (beta) of DNA with Charles: