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From: Mona Andrée Rainville <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] Death of Jean Baptiste Loiselle
Date: Fri, 10 Apr 2009 16:21:29 -0400
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What a very nice offer! Of course I accept, it will be my pleasure to
share data with you.
The person I am documenting happens to be your 1st cousin 6 times
removed... I think... ;-)
Jacques ROBITAILLE, the "usual" witness at funeral in the Saint-Charles
sur le Richelieu parish, happens to have been one of Jean Baptiste
LOISELLE's sons-in-law. Well, a future one anyway. He was married to
Marie LOISELLE on the 2 Jul 1792 in Saint-Charles.
It is possible that Louis LEMOINE was also a son-in-law, though I don't
know who his wife would have been in that case.
Of course, he could also be the Louis LEMOINE (HUS dit Paul dit Lemoine
dit etc....) married to Marie Joseph RAINVILLE. Though, I don't know
what he'd be doing there, and with a different branch of Rainvilles...
Hard to tell when people can't sign their name. Sigh....
But, as you know, there were many, many marriages between the RAINVILLE
and the LOISELLE...
KAREN SINOTTE wrote:
> And one other thing to add.
> I did see a Louis Lemoine at the wedding of theMarie-Josephte
> Loiselle, daughter of Joseph Loiselle and Apoline Desbles, and
> Francois Gazaille later in January 1788 that same year in St-Charles,
> i wonder if they are the same Louis Lemoine?
> Mona, Can I send you a file of my notes for this family and see if it
> affords you any other contacts in searching this family branch and
> perhaps you have data to add to my research or clear up a couple of my
> "messes" - went through a period of messy notes!