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Joseph Roy (abt. 1803 - bef. 1867)

Joseph Roy
Born about in St-Joachim, Chateauguay, Bas-Canadamap
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Husband of — married 20 Oct 1834 in St-Clement, Beauharnois, Bas-Canadamap
Died before before about age 64 in St-Joachim, Chateauguay, Bas-Canadamap
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b. ca. 1803-1809 in St. Joachim, Chateauguay, Canada


There is a Joseph Roy in Ste. Philomène, Huntingdon County, Quebec, Canada in the 1851 Canadian Census.[1]
Joseph's daughter Euphrosine was married in 1867, and the marriage record indicates that her father was not living at the time.[2]


  1. Canada Census, 1851, Joseph Roy, Ste Philomène, Huntingdon County, Canada East (Quebec), Canada : accessed 7 June 2015 by J. Ricketts; citing p. 65, line 33; Library and Archives Canada film number C_1121, Public Archives, Ontario.
  2. Québec, registres paroissiaux catholiques, 1621-1979, Clément Laforce and Euphrosine Roy, 07 Oct 1867, MARRIAGE : accessed 7 June 2015 by J. Ricketts; citing Notre-Dame, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, nos paroisses de Église Catholique, Quebec (Catholic Church parishes, Quebec); FHL microfilm 1,031,675.

See also:


  • WikiTree profile Roy-583 created through the import of hemingway.ged on Nov 30, 2011 by Stephen Hemingway.
  • WikiTree profile Roy-631 created through the import of hemingway.ged on Nov 30, 2011 by Stephen Hemingway.

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Roy-583 and Roy-4 appear to represent the same person because: They have the same wife, and today I uncovered a marriage record for their son André that shows the mother's full name, which includes her middle name of Aglae, which is incorrectly shown as her last name on Aglae-1.
I was just going through some profiles and noticed that Joseph Roy's date of death is set *before* his marriage date.

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