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Cuilliere - Sulliere - Lesage Research Notes

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Location: Cap Santee, Ille de Perrotmap
Surnames/tags: Cuilliere, Sulliere, Lesage Cap Santee, Ille de Perrot
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� This profile is a collaborative work-in-progress. Can you contribute information or sources? Cuilliere, Sulliere, Lesage (Cap Sante, I'lle de Perrot) Research Notes -These families closely connected *many name/spelling variations source-to=source

Cuerller, Cueillerie Sulliere, etc. - conformed to "Cullerier (per PRDH spelling)" pending actual "birth" "Marriage" "Death" records -- Generally accepted spelling appears to be Cuillerier
Soulair (Soulieres) Sullière
Roc Brune; Larocque Roquebrune
  • Some of these records are nearly impossible to read/translate (out of order/duplicates/missing) so anyone wishing to do some cleanup should do this under the "Profile Itself" vs the "Research Free Space." Links are included under the Profiles themselves as located.
Son of Joseph Marie Petit dit Cuillerier (death Unknown (1806-1840) and Francoise Sulliere (died 1798 - parents Unknown)
Birth Estimate 1768-1778 (No Birth Record located; Most likely birth is between age 21-30 at time of 1798 marriage.)
Said to have been at I'lle Perrot for most of lifetime
Rose Leduc (Minor) daughter of Pierre Leduc and Josephete Lalonde
2nd marriage -- Marie Julie Chartier
Cuillerier Parents variously as son of Rene/Lamott ; Rene/Corneau
Sullerier Parents variously as dau of Jean/Lesage ; Jean Bernardine/Vegiard  ; Louis/Lesage
Reportedly named as Francois or Louis vs Joseph (s/o Rene/Lamott - unsupported)
son of Rene Cuillerier (1712-1765) and vf Francoise Lamot (Lamothe
(Apr 14 1766 Marriage) PRDH INDICATES THAT this Couple married 1766 Cap-Santé CUILLERIER JOSEPH MARIE / SULIERE MARIE FRANCOISE; HOWEVER, THIS RECORD MAY BE IN ERROR as an unproven Suliere (Some co-mingled records by researchers based on PRDH Index)
The Only Joseph Cullerier marriage located 1760-1770 (Sainte-Famille-du-Cap-Santé) was for Apr 14 :: JOSEPH son of Rene Cuillerier (1712-1765) and vf Francoise Lamot (Lamothe (1722-1748)) married Marie Francois (illligitimate/parents unknown) ; present Jean Lamont; Francois Lamont; Jean Bapt. Lesage; Maturine Morisset (signed Nicolas Lesage)
Francoise Sullerier's presumed parents for this record are Louis Suliere and Marie Magdeline Lesage. ( b 1745 Feb 27 - Marie Francoise Souliere (1745-) (dau of Louis and Marie Magdeline Lesage)
 : Records reflect this"Francoise" did marry a Joseph Cullierier (who presumably died before Jan 7 1777 (prior to her next marriage in 1777 to Jean Dupis) in Montréal (Notre-Dame-de-Montréal) Image 79/80 (Francoise Suliere m Jean Dupuis son of Jean Dupis and Marie Catherine Godon) (Marie Francois Suliere (vf Joseph Cuillierier); dau of [[|Louis Suliere and Marie Magdeline Lesage)
  • Most likely they are Separate Joseph's and Separate Francoise's - Francoise may have used Lesage & Culliere or Sulliere interchangeably as LNAB
Two Cullierier births in 1767 Cap-Santé
1767 Mar 23 b Joseph Cullierier (parents Joseph Cullierier and Francoise Lesage; godfather Jean Lamott; godmother Genevieve Lesage Image 930 and the other
1767 Apr 19 b Marie Angelique Cullierier (parents Rene and Angelique Cherille?? image 932

Most likely This relates to the 1777 marriage of Dupuis; and it is again likely that the two Joseph's and two Francoise's are different individuals


Some of these records are nearly impossible to read/translate so anyone wishing to do some cleanup should include under the "Profile Itself" vs the Research Free Space - links are found under the Profiles

L'Enfant-Jésus-de-la-Pointe-aux-Trembles 1674-1877
Sainte-Famille-du-Cap-Santé 1679-1900
L'Assomption 1724-1827
Sainte-Jeanne-de-Chantal Île-Perrot 1786-1899 (St Jean - Ille Perrot; (du Bout) - From then until 1721 it was part of the Pointe-Claire parish, but residents often traveled to the nearer parish of Sainte-Anne du Bout (now Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue) for religious services. Either way, they had to go by canoe (Parish Repertoires. Vaudreuil. Ile Perrot. St Jeanne de Chantal. M. 1786-1970.)

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