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Angelique BESNIER was born in 1674.82 She died on October 26, 1756 in St-Sulpice, l'Assomption, Quebec, New France.82 She was buried on October 27, 1756 in St-Sulpice, l'Assomption, Quebec, New France. Parents: Masse BESNIER and Michelle CHARLIER.


Marie Jeanne BESNIER was born after 1669. She died about July 1747. She was buried on July 29, 1747 in St-Sulpice, l'Assomption, Quebec, New France.82 She has Ancestral File Number 3535. Parents: Masse BESNIER and Michelle CHARLIER.

Spouse: Leon DEGAME. Leon DEGAME and Marie Jeanne BESNIER were married on February 9, 1687 in Champlain, Quebec, New France.82 Children were: Marie Madeleine DEGAME.


Masse BESNIER was born about February 1626. He was baptized on February 18, 1626 in Rouperroux le Coquet, Sarthe, Kingdom of France.82 He died on July 26, 1683 in Champlain, Quebec, New France.82 He was buried on July 27, 1683 in Champlain, Quebec, New France. He has Ancestral File Number 7070. Parents: Rene BESNIER and Sainte BOTRAS.

Spouse: Michelle CHARLIER. Masse BESNIER and Michelle CHARLIER were married about 1665. Children were: Marie Jeanne BESNIER, Angelique BESNIER.


Rene BESNIER was born about 1595 in Rouperroux le Coquet, Sarthe, Kingdom of France. He was buried on April 4, 1652 in Rouperroux le Coquet, Sarthe, Kingdom of France.82 He died about April 1652. He has Ancestral File Number 14140.

Spouse: Sainte BOTRAS. Rene BESNIER and Sainte BOTRAS were married about 1620 in The Kingdom of France. Children were: Masse BESNIER.


Jean BESSET was born about 1655. He died.

Spouse: Marie-Anne BENOIT. Jean BESSET and Marie-Anne BENOIT were married in 1695.10


Agnes BESSETTE was born on May 18, 1881.929 She died. Parents: Isaie BESSETTE and Salomee CADORET.

Spouse: Durvilla Arthur KENNEDY. Durvilla Arthur KENNEDY and Agnes BESSETTE were married about 1896. Children were: Mary Ruth KENNEDY.


Alphonsine BESSETTE was born on June 12, 1847 in St-Gregoire, Québec, Canada East.930 She died on October 27, 1934 in Natick, West Warwick, RI.931 Parents: Isaac Valentin BESSETTE and Clothilde FOISY.

Spouse: Neree BOULET. Neree BOULET and Alphonsine BESSETTE were married on February 8, 1869 in Sutton, PQ, Canada.931 Children were: Suzanne BOULET, Sarah BOULET, Louis BOULET.


Photo Saint André BESSETTE C.S.C. was born on August 9, 1845 in Mont-St-Grégoire, Iberville, Quebec, Canada East.932,933 He was baptized on August 10, 1845. Baptized quickly because he was ill. He lived in St-Gregoire, Québec, Canada East before 1849. He lived in Farnham, Québec, Canada East after 1849. About 1858 he was a Farm Worker. For his uncle Timothée Nadeau, with whom he lived. Could not cope with strenuous farm labor. He simply did not have the physical stamina required to perform the chores asked of him. Then his uncle sent him to a cobbler to learn the shoemaking trade, but this didn’t work either. The poor lad was so clumsy that he was constantly pricking his fingers with the sharp cobbler’s awl. This scenario was repeated over and over again: He would take a job and work at it as hard as he could, but always his poor health made it impossible for him to continue. Here are Brother André’s own words describing these years of his life: “I was never very strong. From the time when I was a little boy, ten years old, I have suffered from dyspepsia [indigestion]. It seems as if I was always sick from it. I have had it all during my life, and it still annoys me. “When I was living with my uncle and was very young, I could not go to school much because I was always sick. Once I tried to become a shoemaker, but I could not stand bending over and being inside the place so much, and my health made me give it up. Then, after a little while, when I thought I was strong enough, I tried to become a baker, but again I found that my health would not let me do inside work. It seems that I was never very strong.” The boy's fragile health (which would afflict him throughout his life) made sustained manual labor difficult. Since he obviously did not have a trade, Alfred began a thirteen-year odyssey wandering from job to job with few belongings and little education. He was barely able to write his name or to read his prayer book. At various times he worked as a tinsmith, blacksmith, baker, shoemaker and wagon driver. He immigrated between 1863 and 1866 to The United States of America. Thought that the milder climate of New England and the opportunities for better employment would benefit his frail health. He settled in Connecticut and worked in various towns including Hartford, alternating higher paying, but more strenuous, factory labor with less difficult, lower paying, farm work. Not much is known about this period except that his vagabond existence never changed; it seemed he would always be a wanderer. He lived in St-Cesaire, Quebec, Canada East about 1866. Not long after his return to Canada, Alfred went to see his spiritual Father with whom he had kept contact during his travels, Father Provençal. The same loving, paternal hand which guided Alfred to Saint Joseph while still a child, also brought him to his vocation. He didn’t have to take his little one far. Across the street from Father Provençal’s parish Church was a new building that had been built during the time Alfred was away from Saint Césaire. The building was a school where some eighty pupils were taught by six brothers, members of a fledgling religious congregation known as the Congregation of the Holy Cross. Alfred’s meeting with these brothers was an event of singular importance. He was impressed by them; their black habit with Roman collar, cincture and medal of Saint Joseph, their manly bearing and devotion all attracted him. Nevertheless, he was nervous. These men were educated; they ran a school — just the six of them — with eighty children. Alfred was still an illiterate. But Father Provençal soon relieved him of that worry, assuring his young friend there was a need in the order for janitors and manual laborers. His fears allayed, Alfred soon came fully to desire the life which he saw before him in these six men. He was also known as Alfred Bessette before 1870. He took vows in the Congregation of the Holy Cross in 1870 in Côte-des-Neiges, PQ, Canada. Before Brother André got to the novitiate, the novice master received a letter from Father Provençal which said, “I am sending a saint to your Congregation.” Brother André was a good novice, well liked by his superiors and respected by the brothers. During the novitiate he progressed in the spiritual life under his spiritual director, Father Hupier, and in the religious life under his novice master, Father Gastineau. He also learned to read, a skill which he applied with great fervor to the Holy Scriptures and the Imitation of Christ, as well as to the lives of the saints. As part of the Holy Cross religious formation, novices were required to memorize the entire Sermon on the Mount. But Brother André didn’t stop there. In later years, he memorized the Passion of Our Lord as it is contained in each of the four Gospels, being able to recite the entire Passion word for word according to whichever Evangelist he wished. In addition to this, he had whole sections of many spiritual books memorized. As it would happen, one area of his life which did not improve during the novitiate was Brother André’s miserable health. It was so bad that he was not allowed to make his temporary vows as a Holy Cross brother. There was even talk of dismissing him from the community. Naturally, this upset the frail little servant of God, who wanted to work out his salvation as a religious. Desperate to save his vocation, he took advantage of a visit by Bishop Bourget, the bishop of Montreal, to the college. Overcoming his timidity, the novice knocked on the door of the prelate’s room and, once admitted inside, threw himself at the feet of his Excellency. In tears, he explained the situation. Towards the end of the conversation, the young brother humbly declared, “My only ambition is to serve God in the most obscure tasks.” The bishop, having heard all he needed, said, “Don’t be afraid, child. You will be admitted to the religious profession.” He was professed on August 22, 1872. He made his final vows on February 2, 1874, at the age of 28. He was also known as Frere André Bessette after 1872. After 1872 he was a Porter in Côte-des-Neiges, PQ, Canada. College of Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Coeur. He fulfilled this function for some forty years while at the same time doing innumerable odd jobs for the community, including serving as a barber for the students. In addition to his duties as receptionist, his tasks included washing floors and windows, cleaning lamps, bringing in firewood and carrying messages. Credited with thousands of reported miraculous healings, through the intercession of St. Joseph. His great confidence in Saint Joseph inspired him to recommend this saint's devotion to all those who were afflicted in various ways. On his many visits to the sick in their homes, he would recommend them in prayer to St. Joseph, and would anoint them lightly with oil from the lamp in the college chapel which always burned before the St. Joseph altar. People claimed that they had been cured through the prayers of the good Brother and Saint Joseph, and they were grateful their prayers had been heard. Brother André steadfastly refused to take any credit for these cures, and, although usually a gentle man, he was known to become enraged at those who suggested that he possessed any healing powers. Because he wanted St. Joseph to be honored, in 1904 Bessette began the campaign to erect a chapel to honor the saint. He became its founder by getting funds and help from numerous benefactors. Brother André's reputation grew, and soon he was known as the miracle worker of Mount-Royal. He had to face the attacks and the criticism of numerous adversaries. He had the strong support, however, of the diocesan Church, and thousands of cures without apparent medical explanation made him the object of popular acclaim. In 1924 construction of a basilica named Saint Joseph's Oratory, began on the side of the mountain, near Bessette's chapel. He was ill with acute gastritis after December 31, 1936. He spent his dying days as he had spent his whole life, unconcerned with his own sufferings — which were great, considering that he refused any pain medication — and constantly praying for others. He offered up his prayers and mortifications for Catholic Spain, then being torn asunder by civil war, prior to General Franco’s defeat of the Communists. He also prayed for the Holy Father, Pope Pius XI, who was sick and near to death. With friends at the side of his own deathbed telling him how much he was still needed, the good brother said, “There is one who is far more necessary than Brother André in this world: that is the Pope. If the Holy Father passed away, it would be disaster; he still has much to accomplish.” He died acute gastritis on January 6, 1937 in St-Laurent, PQ, Canada.934 He was buried on January 12, 1937 in St. Joseph's Oratory, Montreal, PQ, Canada. A million people filed past his coffin. The mortal remains of St. André lie in a black marble sepulcher in the back of the Oratory's Main Chapel, the shrine he dedicated his life to erecting for Saint Joseph; except for his heart, which is preserved in a reliquary in the same Oratory. The heart was stolen in March 1973, but recovered in December 1974 He was proclaimed Venerable in 1978. He was Beatified by Pope John Paul II on May 23, 1982. He was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI on October 17, 2010 in St. Peter's Square, Vatican City. He has the Holy Catholic Feast Day of January 6th. The day of his death. Parents: Isaac Valentin BESSETTE and Clothilde FOISY.


Augustin BESSETTE was born about 1870. He died. Parents: Isaie BESSETTE and Salomee CADORET.

Spouse: Louise POULIN. Augustin BESSETTE and Louise POULIN were married on July 29, 1895 in Frelishburg, PQ, Canada.929


Claude BESSETTE was born on October 11, 1841 in St-Gregoire, Québec, Canada East.935,936,937 He died on February 20, 1929 in Sterling, CT.929,938 Parents: Isaac Valentin BESSETTE and Clothilde FOISY.

Spouse: Rosalie LEFEBVRE. Claude BESSETTE and Rosalie LEFEBVRE were married on September 23, 1862 in Stanbridge, Québec, Canada East.929 Children were: Exilda BESSETTE.


Clothilde BESSETTE was born on July 14, 1833 in Ste-Marie, Marieville, Québec, Lower Canada.930 She died on March 1, 1836 in St-Gregoire, Québec, Lower Canada.929,931,938 Parents: Isaac Valentin BESSETTE and Clothilde FOISY.


Elisa BESSETTE was born on January 30, 1854 in Farnham, Québec, Canada East.930 She died on October 18, 1863 in Farnham, Québec, Canada East.929,938 Parents: Isaac Valentin BESSETTE and Clothilde FOISY.


Exilda BESSETTE was born about 1870. She died. Parents: Claude BESSETTE and Rosalie LEFEBVRE.

Spouse: Francois COMEAU. Francois COMEAU and Exilda BESSETTE were married on January 30, 1906 in Sutton, PQ, Canada.929


Francois BESSETTE was born on May 19, 1714.352 He died on April 21, 1794.352 Parents: Jean BESSETTE and Madeleine PLAMONDON dit Lafleur.

Spouse: Marie Josephe GIRARD. Francois BESSETTE and Marie Josephe GIRARD were married on May 4, 1751.352 Children were: Joseph BESSETTE Sr..


Isaac Valentin BESSETTE was born on February 13, 1807 in Marievile, Rouville, Québec, Lower Canada.934 Before 1851 he was a Lumberman in Farnham, Québec, Canada East. He died from injuries in a lumbering accident, crushed by a falling tree, on February 20, 1855 in Farnham, Québec, Canada East.939,940 He was buried in Farnham, PQ, Canada. He was a Carpenter and Lumberman. Parents: Joseph BESSETTE Jr. and Angelique ST-GEORGES.

Spouse: Clothilde FOISY. Isaac Valentin BESSETTE and Clothilde FOISY were married on September 27, 1831 in Ste-Marie, Iberville, Quebec, Lower Canada.930 Children were: Clothilde BESSETTE, Leocadie BESSETTE, Isaie BESSETTE, Napoléon BESSETTE, Joseph BESSETTE, Claude BESSETTE, Marie-Rosalie BESSETTE, Saint André BESSETTE C.S.C., Alphonsine BESSETTE, Marie-Joséphine BESSETTE, Virginie BESSETTE, Elisa BESSETTE.


Isaie BESSETTE was born on March 20, 1837 in Ste-Marie, Marieville, Québec, Lower Canada.930 He died on October 6, 1920 in Ritchford, VT.929,938 Parents: Isaac Valentin BESSETTE and Clothilde FOISY.

Spouse: Salomee CADORET. Isaie BESSETTE and Salomee CADORET were married on April 8, 1864 in Stanbridge, Québec, Canada East.929 Children were: Augustin BESSETTE, Agnes BESSETTE.


Jean BESSETTE was born on December 27, 1672.352 He died on May 8, 1751.352

Spouse: Madeleine PLAMONDON dit Lafleur. Jean BESSETTE and Madeleine PLAMONDON dit Lafleur were married on September 8, 1700 in Laprairie, Québec, New France.11 Children were: Francois BESSETTE.


Joseph BESSETTE Sr. was born on September 13, 1753.352 He died. Parents: Francois BESSETTE and Marie Josephe GIRARD.

Spouse: Marie Francoise BARRIERE dit Langevin. Joseph BESSETTE Sr. and Marie Francoise BARRIERE dit Langevin were married on October 25, 1773.352 Children were: Joseph BESSETTE Jr..


Joseph BESSETTE Jr. was born about 1780.352 He died. Parents: Joseph BESSETTE Sr. and Marie Francoise BARRIERE dit Langevin.

Spouse: Angelique ST-GEORGES. Joseph BESSETTE Jr. and Angelique ST-GEORGES were married on August 8, 1803.352 Children were: Isaac Valentin BESSETTE.


Joseph BESSETTE was born on January 20, 1840 in St-Gregoire, Québec, Lower Canada.930 Not to be confused with Joseph Bessette (1843-1901) who married and is buried with Miranda Sturgeon in Charlotte, VT. Also, not to be confused with Joseph Brissett who died on March 1, 1905 in Centerville, Anoka, MN; married Mathilde Brien on September 14, 1863 in Redford, NY; and is the son of Janvier Brissett. He died. Parents: Isaac Valentin BESSETTE and Clothilde FOISY.


Leocadie BESSETTE was born on May 12, 1835 in Ste-Marie, Marieville, Québec, Lower Canada.930 She died on May 1, 1916 in Natick, West Warwick, RI.929,931 Parents: Isaac Valentin BESSETTE and Clothilde FOISY.

Spouse: Joseph LEFEBVRE. Joseph LEFEBVRE and Leocadie BESSETTE were married on August 19, 1864 in Farnham, Québec, Canada East.929 Children were: Clothide LEFEBVRE.


Marie Amelia BESSETTE was born on March 23, 1854 in St-Anselme, Dorchester, Quebec, Canada East.941 She died on March 14, 1903 in Danville, VT.941 She was buried in Mount Calvary Cemetery, St. Johnsbury, VT. Lot FB10.

Spouse: Samuel Edward ROY. Samuel Edward ROY and Marie Amelia BESSETTE were married on April 5, 1875 in St-Georges, Windsor, PQ, Canada.941 Children were: ROY, Ida ROY, Hattie M. ROY, ROY, Harold J. ROY, ROY, Amanda ROY, ROY, Julia ROY, Augustus Leo ROY, Josephine ROY.


Marie-Joséphine BESSETTE was born on May 3, 1849 in St-Gregoire, Québec, Canada East.930 She died on June 2, 1904 in Woodbury, CT.942 Parents: Isaac Valentin BESSETTE and Clothilde FOISY.

Spouse: Louis PERRO Sr.. Louis PERRO Sr. and Marie-Joséphine BESSETTE were married about 1867. Children were: Louis PERRO Jr., Frederick PERRO, Israel PERRO, Henry PERRO, Rose PERRO, Josephine PERRO, Agnes May PERRO.


Marie-Rosalie BESSETTE was born on October 5, 1843 in St-Gregoire, Québec, Canada East.930 She died in 1874.938 Parents: Isaac Valentin BESSETTE and Clothilde FOISY.

Spouse: Olivier CAYER. Olivier CAYER and Marie-Rosalie BESSETTE were married in 1868.929


Napoléon BESSETTE was born on January 24, 1839 in St-Gregoire, Québec, Lower Canada.929,931,938 He died on February 2, 1928 in Sterling, CT.938 He was also known as Leon Bessette. Parents: Isaac Valentin BESSETTE and Clothilde FOISY.

Spouse: Zoe CAYER. Napoléon BESSETTE and Zoe CAYER were married about 1860.


Rosida BESSETTE was born about 1895 in Fall River, MA.124 She died.

Spouse: John P. LEVESQUE. John P. LEVESQUE and Rosida BESSETTE were married on May 7, 1913 in Fall River, MA.124 Children were: Joseph L. LEVESQUE, Theresa LEVESQUE, Annette LEVESQUE, Doris LEVESQUE, Raymond LEVESQUE.


Virginie BESSETTE was born on March 3, 1852 in Farnham, Québec, Canada East.930 She died on October 25, 1852 in Farnham, Québec, Canada East.931 Parents: Isaac Valentin BESSETTE and Clothilde FOISY.


Louise Adeline BESSON was born on March 15, 1908 in Michigan.121 She died on August 12, 1958 in Hardwood, MI.121

Spouse: Arthur Joseph GENDRON. Arthur Joseph GENDRON and Louise Adeline BESSON were married on September 8, 1928 in Iron Mountain, MI.481


Marie BÉTIL was born about 1790. She died.

Spouse: François BÉLANGER Jr.. François BÉLANGER Jr. and Marie BÉTIL were married on August 7, 1810 in St-Michel, Quebec, Lower Canada.411


Adrien BETOURNE was born about 1634. He was baptized on February 28, 1642/43 in St-Crepin-Ibouvilliers, Oise, Kingdom of France.10 He died before March 1722 in Laprairie, Québec, New France. He was buried on March 1, 1721/22 in Laprairie, Québec, New France.10 He has Ancestral File Number 1120. Parents: Charles BETOURNE and MARGUERITE.

Spouse: Marie DESHAYES. Adrien BETOURNE and Marie DESHAYES were married about 1668 in Sorel, Québec, New France.10 Children were: Pierre BETOURNE Sr., Marie-Anne BETOURNE.


Andre BETOURNE was born on May 22, 1779 in Laprairie, Québec, British Territory.33 He died. Parents: Pierre BETOURNE III and Marie-Josephe ROUSSEAU dit Labonte.


Angelique BETOURNE was born about 1699 in Laprairie, Québec, New France. She was baptized on January 16, 1699/1700 in Laprairie, Québec, New France.10 She died. Parents: Pierre BETOURNE Sr. and Jeanne-Francois RONCERAY.


Antoine BETOURNE was born on February 19, 1727/28 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, New France.10 He was baptized on February 22, 1727/28 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, New France. He died in June 1728 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, New France. He was buried on June 25, 1728 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, New France.10 Parents: Pierre BETOURNE Jr. and Jeanne-Anne BOYER.


Caroline BÉTOURNÉ was born about 1805. She died between 1860 and 1874.943 Dorion, possible location. Kahnawake Reserve Indienne, Quebec; or St. Regis Mohawk Reservation, New York. Story of grandson Joseph M. Chatelle visiting her grave in this location. Believed to be Mohawk. Alfred Chatelle reports she was buried in an Indian Mohawk cemetery at a "fort with a wall," apparently St-Francis-Xavier Mission and Fort Saint Louis in Kahnawake is where she is buried. http://www.kahnawake.com/slideshow/images/buildings/large/blds_015.jpg. She has Ancestral File Number 35. She was also known as Marie Rocheford.462 Parents: Joseph BÉTOURNÉ and Marie Anne VARIN dit Pistole.

Spouse: Jean Baptiste AUDON dit Rochefort, Jr.. Jean Baptiste AUDON dit Rochefort, Jr. and Caroline BÉTOURNÉ were married on November 4, 1823 in Châteauguay, Quebec, Lower Canada.458 Children were: Isaie AUDON dit Rochefort, Edmond AUDON dit Rochefort, Noé AUDON dit Rochefort, Roumald AUDON dit Rochefort, Jean Baptiste AUDON dit Rochefort, III, Alphonsine AUDON dit Rocheford.


Charles BETOURNE944 was born about 1605. He died. He has Ancestral File Number 2240.

Spouse: MARGUERITE. Charles BETOURNE and MARGUERITE were married about 1630. Children were: Adrien BETOURNE.


Charlotte BETOURNE was born on October 3, 1777 in Laprairie, Québec, British Territory.33 She died. Parents: Pierre BETOURNE III and Marie-Josephe ROUSSEAU dit Labonte.

Spouse: (). () And Charlotte BETOURNE were married on June 23, 1800 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, Lower Canada.50


Francois BETOURNE was born on November 17, 1766 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, British Territory.33 He died. Parents: Pierre BETOURNE III and Marie-Josephe ROUSSEAU dit Labonte.

Spouse: (Betourne). Francois BETOURNE and (Betourne) were married on October 12, 1789 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, British Territory.33


Isabelle BETOURNE was born on October 27, 1776 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, British Territory.33 She died in February 1777. She was buried on February 17, 1777 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, British Territory.33 Parents: Pierre BETOURNE III and Marie-Josephe ROUSSEAU dit Labonte.


Jacques BETOURNE was born on May 29, 1765 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, British Territory.33 He died. Parents: Pierre BETOURNE III and Marie-Josephe ROUSSEAU dit Labonte.

Spouse: (Betourne). Jacques BETOURNE and (Betourne) were married on October 25, 1790 in St-Constant, Québec, British Territory.66


Joseph BÉTOURNÉ was born on July 30, 1772 in Laprairie, Québec, British Territory.33 He died. He has Ancestral File Number 70. Parents: Pierre BETOURNE III and Marie-Josephe ROUSSEAU dit Labonte.

Spouse: Marie Anne VARIN dit Pistole. Joseph BÉTOURNÉ and Marie Anne VARIN dit Pistole were married on November 9, 1795 in Laprairie, Québec, Lower Canada.33 Children were: Marie-Anne BETOURNE, Caroline BÉTOURNÉ.


Josette BETOURNE was born on August 30, 1768 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, British Territory.33 She died. Parents: Pierre BETOURNE III and Marie-Josephe ROUSSEAU dit Labonte.

Spouse: (). () And Josette BETOURNE were married on November 26, 1787 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, British Territory.33


Louis BETOURNE was born on June 6, 1696 in Montreal, Québec, New France.10 He was baptized on June 6, 1696 in Montreal, Québec, New France. He died on February 18, 1729/30 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, New France.10 Parents: Pierre BETOURNE Sr. and Jeanne-Francois RONCERAY.

Spouse: (Betourne). Louis BETOURNE and (Betourne) had marriage banns published on November 22, 1722. They were married on November 23, 1722 in Laprairie, Québec, New France.10


Louis BETOURNE was born on June 3, 1774 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, British Territory.33 He died before July 7, 1774. He was buried on July 7, 1774 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, British Territory.33 Parents: Pierre BETOURNE III and Marie-Josephe ROUSSEAU dit Labonte.


Marie-Amable BETOURNE was born on April 20, 1731 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, New France.33 She died on May 26, 1731 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, New France.33 She was buried on May 27, 1731 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, New France. Parents: Pierre BETOURNE Jr. and Jeanne-Anne BOYER.


Marie-Anne BETOURNE was born on May 23, 1684.10 She was baptized on May 24, 1684. She died on March 24, 1725/26.10 Parents: Adrien BETOURNE and Marie DESHAYES.

Spouse: (). () And Marie-Anne BETOURNE were married on May 31, 1700 in Montreal, Québec, New France.10


Marie-Anne BETOURNE was born on May 27, 1796 in Laprairie, Québec, British Territory.95 She died. Parents: Joseph BÉTOURNÉ and Marie Anne VARIN dit Pistole.


Marie-Francoise BETOURNE was born on May 29, 1694 in Montreal, Québec, New France.10 She was baptized on May 30, 1694 in Montreal, Québec, New France. She died. Parents: Pierre BETOURNE Sr. and Jeanne-Francois RONCERAY.

Spouse: (). () And Marie-Francoise BETOURNE signed a marriage contract on April 25, 1717. They were married on April 27, 1717 in Laprairie, Québec, New France.10


Marie-Josephe BETOURNE was born on August 8, 1724 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, New France.10 She was baptized on August 8, 1724 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, New France. She died on August 20, 1724 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, New France.10 She was buried on August 20, 1724 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, New France. Parents: Pierre BETOURNE Jr. and Jeanne-Anne BOYER.


Marie-Josephe BETOURNE was born on June 10, 1729 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, New France.10 She was baptized on June 11, 1729 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, New France. She died before February 12, 1729/30 in Laprairie, Québec, British Territory. She was buried on February 12, 1729/30 in Laprairie, Québec, British Territory.10 Parents: Pierre BETOURNE Jr. and Jeanne-Anne BOYER.


Marie-Julie BETOURNE was born on July 15, 1771 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, British Territory.33 She died. Parents: Pierre BETOURNE III and Marie-Josephe ROUSSEAU dit Labonte.

Spouse: (). () And Marie-Julie BETOURNE were married on October 24, 1791 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, New France.33

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