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From: Paul L LeBlanc <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] Charles Fournet to La Louisiane 1790
Date: Sat, 22 Jan 2011 11:58:44 -0500
Thanks Bridget, That is them.
Tanquay does not have Charles but has next child a St-Thomas.
I am assuming no twin couple(another couple with same names in a close time frame & location)
Sometimes we have a ''Gone West'' contract sometimes we do not.
He has a son with his first wife & a daughter with his second. They are not mentioned in the later registers in the general area. Would anyone like me to chase them further?
I started this research because of a Steben family from Boston who married into the Acadian families exiled in France. We have not yet found any ties to the Stebens at Deerfield in 1704.
Paul Le Blanc
From: Bridget Kopetzky
Joseph Fournier, son of Charles Fournier and Marie Angelique Langlois, married Marie Catherine Rousseau, daughter of Charles Rousseau and Marie Catherine Talbot Gervais on Jan. 27, 1755 at St. Pierre de la Riviere de la Sud.
Their first child was Charles Francois, baptized Nov. 16, 1755 at Montmagny. PRDH does not have a marriage or death date for him, which means he could be the one who showed up in Louisane before 1790.
His parents died at Quebec (usually means Notre Dame de Quebec) in 1797 and 1810. Their children had been born and/or buried in a wide variety of parishes, including Montmagny, St. Joseph de Beauce, Ste. Marie de Beauce, Vercheres, Terrebonne, Montreal, St. Denis sur Richelieu, and Varrennes, but I don't ever see them in St. Thomas.
I hope this helps.