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Origin and genealogy of Jean-Baptiste Sourdive-Vadeboncoeur in French America (Quebec)


Migrant: SOURDIVE / VADEBONCOEUR, Jean-Baptiste

Status: Married

Birth: 27-04-1731

Baptism: 28-04-1731

Death or burial: 09-09-1802 à Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré

Place of origin: Rouen (St-Jean) (Seine-Maritime)

Parents: Charles-Denis SOURDIVE et Marie-Marguerite Delahaye

Parents' marriage date: 10-11-1716

Parents' marriage venue: Rouen (St-Jean) (Seine-Maritime)

First mention in the country: 1756

Occupancy upon arrival: Grenadier des troupes de Montcalm, rég. de Guyenne, cie de Launay

Marriage: 14-02-1757, Beauport

Spouse: Geneviève-Agathe Paquet

Notes (in French): Il se marie sous Jean-Baptiste Sourdif. Ses frères et soeurs sont b. à Rouen (St-Jean): Charles-Alexandre-Claude, n. 20, b. 21-07-1717; Charles, n. 13, b. 14-08-1718; Charles-Denis, n. 28, b. 29-07-1719; Martin, n. 10, b. 11-11-1720; Marie-Anne, n. 14, b. 15-04-1722, d/s 07-08-1723; Marie-Marguerite, n. 05, b. 05-06-1724, d. 18, s. 19-08-1726; Pierre-Louis, n. 20, b. 21-10-1725, d/s 30-06-1726 et Pierre-Jean, n. 02, b. 03-08-1729. En 1716, ses parents sont Charles Sourdive (f. Jean et f. Anne Poullain), d. avant 1755, et Marie-Marguerite Delahayes (f. parents), âgés de 28 ans, nés à Rouen (St-Jean). Ses grands-parents maternels sont Jacques DeLaHaye et Catherine Morisset/Mauricet (Guillaume), m. Rouen (St-Jean), le 26-05-1680 bans. Son grand-père Jacques DeLaHaye (f. Alexandre et f. Catherine Picard), m-1 Rouen (St-Jean), le 03-11-1666 bans, avec Michelle Duval (Nicolas et f. Marie Bataille).

The above information is a reproduction authorized by the Quebec Federation of Genealogical Societies under the right granted to J. T. Research inc.

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