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Jacques Genest dit Labarre et Catherine Doribeau, pionniers de l'Île d'Orléans =: Jacques Genest dit Labarre and Catherine Doribeau, Orleans Island pioneers download ebook
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Son of Jacques Genest dit Labarre and Catherine Doribeau Husband of Louise Genest Labarre . Jan 24 1673 - Sainte-Famille, L'Île-d'Orléans, Quebec, Canada. Death: Dec 15 1741 - ly, Lotbinière, Quebec, Canada.

Son of Jacques Genest dit Labarre and Catherine Doribeau Husband of Louise Genest Labarre; Marie-Françoise Huot dite St. Laurent; Marie-Louise Gourault dite La Gaillardise; Marie-Louise Gaudin and Marie-Louise (Croteau) Genest Father of Pierre-Noel Genest-LaBarre; Pierre Genest Labarre; Jacques Genest; Angélique-Françoise Genest; Louis-Joseph Genest dit Labarre and 3 others; Marie-Louise Genest dite Labarre; Charles Alexandre. Wife: Marie Françoise Genest Labarre (born Huot St-laurent).

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Jacques Genest Labarre was born on month day 1673, at birth place, to Jacques Genest dit Labarre and Marie Catherine Genest dit . Jacques was born on January 28 1674, in Ste Famille Ile d Orleans, Quebec, Canada. Marie was born on May 1 1680, in St Nicolas, Quebec, Canada.

Jacques Genest Labarre was born on month day 1673, at birth place, to Jacques Genest dit Labarre and Marie Catherine Genest dit Labarre (born Doribeau dit Doribell). Jacques was born on April 17 1640, in Juigné-sur-Loire, Maine-et-Loire, Pays de la Loire, France. Marie was born on December 13 1650, in Fors, Deux-Sèvres, Poitou-Charentes, France. Jacques was baptized on month day 1673, at baptism place. Jacques had 21 siblings: Joseph Genest Labarre, Charles Alexandre Genest and 19 other siblings.

Jacques Genest dit Labarre et Catherine Doribeau, pionniers de l'île d'Orléans by Carmen Labarre Hébert - 1999. Jamaican Ancestry by Madeleine E. Mitchell - 2009 - 230 pages. James & Mary Veatch Ellis by Ann-Jannette Emerson - 1985 - 703 pages.

Jacques Genest & Catherine Toribene-Doribeau. Jacques Genest Jacques was born in 1636 in France. He died at the age of 70 on December 9th, 1706 in Île d'Orléans. Jacques and Catherine were married in a religious ceremony in 1669 in Île d'Orléans. They had a daughter named M-Anne. Catherine Toribene-Doribeau Catherine was born in 1645 in France. She died after February 25th, 1710 in Île d'Orléans. M-Anne Genest-Labarre M-Anne was born on November 18th, 1677 in Île d'Orléans.

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Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Jacques (Genest) Genest dit Labarre born 1674 Sainte-Famille, Île d'Orléans, Canada, Nouvelle-France died 1741 . He was the son of Jacques Genest and Catherine Doribeau. Jacques Genay, né 24 janvier 1674 bapt.

He was the son of Jacques Genest and Catherine Doribeau. 28 Ste-Famille IO; Jacques Genet marié avec Marie Françoise Huot 9 novembre 1700 Québec (ND).

le d'Orléans is located in the Saint Lawrence River about 5 kilometres (. mi) east of downtown Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. The island was one of the first parts of the province to be colonized by the French, and a large percentage of French Canadians can trace ancestry to early residents of the island. The island has been described as the "microcosm of traditional Quebec and as the birthplace of francophones in North America.