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Jean-Francois LeMire-Marsolet
and
Francoise Foucault

In 1701 was the marriage between Jean-Francois LeMire-Marsolet and Francoise Foucault which spurred the population of Trois-Rivieres where Francoise lived with her parents, Jean-Francois Foucault who had arrived there in 1671, and his wife Elisabeth Prevost, de St-Nicolas de Rouen in France.

They had eight children:
Jean-Francois (1701)
Marie-Anne (1703)
Joseph (1705)
Jean-Baptiste (1707)
Marguerite (1710 - 1711)
Rene (1712>
Alexis (1708)
Pierre (1716)

Jean-Francois LeMire et Francoise Foucault
CHILDREN, WITH THEIR WIVES & CHILDREN :

Jean-Francois II born in Three-Rivers in 1701 was married on February 10 1727 to Francoise Monty-Niquet from St.Francois-du-Lac

Marie-Anne, born on March 11 1703 was a student of the Ursulines Nuns

The third child was Joseph born in Three-Rivers on Feb.15 1705, was married on November1727 to Madeleine-Gaudry de Bourbonniere from Varennes. For his family history, a long one, please, CLICK on his name or see his file at www.reocities.com/daniellla.geo/joseph.html

The fourth child of Jean-Francois and Francoise was JEAN-BAPTISTE LEMIRE, b.September 15 1707 who was married twice:
1. M.Marguerite Pont from Varennes
2. M.Catherine Pinard from Nicolet
They had several children who married in the families of:


LOISEAU from Boucherville;
PROVENCHER,
PINARD,
FRIGANNE,
LASPRON or LAMPRON
BOUDROT,
PINARD, +
DANIAU,
POIRIER,
Ac.

Yes,one of their son's, Raphael Lemire who was married to MARIE-THERESE PROVENCHER-BELLEVILLE, became Uncle to Mgr Joseph-Norbert Provencher first First Vicar of St.Boniface at the Red River.


18th Century BAIE ST-ANTOINE

Here are some Extracts to see the extent of what had once belonged to the Lemire Family in the 18th century, and this simply by those "Extraits" from the "Actes de Foi et Hommages" held by "Les Archives la Puissance du Canada":
In 1798, Mr. Jean-Baptiste Lozeau held the major part of Baie St-Antoine, having bought the properties from:
Rene Guay
Joseph Lamprons dit La Charite & his wife Jeanne Marie-Anne Dauphine
Joseph Lefebvre des Coteaux & his wife Catherine Lampron
Antoine Fleurant dit Beauchemin & wife Madeleine Lampron

WHICH WERE ALL INHERITORS OF MADELEINE LEMIRE, DAME BASILE PRISQUE LASPRON, daughter of Jean-Francois II LeMire and Francoise Monty Niquet, petite-fille de Jean-Francois LeMire-Marsolet and Francoise Foucault.


Also, Mr. Lozeau had bought, in 1798, the rights of:
Louis Auri dit Grandmont & his wife Angelique Cloutier
Antoinette Lafond, widow of Antoine Benoit.

In 1800, he had bought the rights of:
Pierre LeMire & his wife Marie-Josephe Lacerte;
Francois LeMire & his wife Catherine Martel;
Rene Lefebvre de Beaulac,
Julie, Therese and Francoise de Beaulac;
Etienne Lesperance & his wife Elisabeth Lemire-Despins,
Jean-Baptiste Cartier & his wife Marguerite Despins

In 1804, he bought more land from:
Francois LeMire, son and legate of Antoine LeMire and Genevieve Chevrefils
Louis LeMire & his wife Therese Crevier Deschenaux,
Joseph Lefebvre Beaulac.

In 1812 Lozeau owned also the land bought by Antoine Lemire from his sister Marguerite Lemire, widow of Gabriel L'Ange Lefebvre des Coteaux.

Rene Lefebvre, son of Jacques, had married Gabrielle Foucault, sister of Francoise Foucault, dame Jean-Francois LeMire-Marsolet.Her daughter Marie-Jeanne Lefebvre had married Jean Baptiste Provencher.
The niece of Gabrielle Foucault was Marguerite and she married Claude Laspron or Lampron, dit La Charite.
The son of Cllaude Lampron, Basile Prisque-Lampron, married Madeleine Lemire, and another of his sons, Francois Laspron, married Marie-Antoinette Lemire

Les Houris dit Grandmont, les Lafond and Benoit were allied to the Laspron; The Guay or Le Guay were tied to the Lefebvre. The Loiseau were tied to the Lemire as were the Lefebvre de Beaulac, des Coteaux, des Islets, Senneville, Bellecour, DuChouquet, Angers.


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