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Marriage: Children:
  1. Marie-Jeanne Moineau: Birth: 18 SEP 1692 in Pointe-aux-Trembles, Québec, Nouvelle-France. Death: 5 SEP 1759 in Sault-au-Récollet, Québec, Nouvelle-France


Sources
1. Title:   Réné Jetté, <i>Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles du Québec, des Origines a 1730</i> (Publication: Quebec, Canada: Les Presses de l'Universite de Montreal, 1983)
Page:   p. 819
2. Title:   Gaëtan Morin, editor, <i>THE COMPREHENSIVE SITE OF QUEBEC FRENCH-CANADIAN GENEALOGY OF THE XVIIth AND XVIIIth CENTURIES </i>(Online), University of Montreal, [http://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca]
Note:   PRDH has this data on the population of Québec before 1800: Vita l Even
AddressaddressLine1:   THE COMPREHENSIVE SITE OF QUEBEC FRENCH-CANADIAN GENEALOGY OF THE XVIIth AND XVIIIth CENTURIES, Gaëtan Morin, editor
Name:   PRDH
Givenname:   PRDH
RepositoryId:   R92
Repository:   R25
CallNumber:   :860997
Address:   THE COMPREHENSIVE SITE OF QUEBEC FRENCH-CANADIAN GENEALOGY OF THE XVIIth AND XVIIIth CENTURIES, Gaëtan Morin, editor PRDH database of vital stats for Québec, New France, 1621-1799
AddressaddressLine2:   PRDH database of vital stats for Québec, New France, 1621-1799
Note continued:   ts 1621-1799; Genealogical Dictionery of Families 1621-176 5; Repertory of Couples & Filial Relations 1621-1799

Notes
a. Note:   ce as Bêchée, France. "Bêchée" in French is a spade and as a verb means tilling. I have found no town or commune with that name online. It is possible that the reference is to Michel being born on a farm or vineyard. Since he was baptized the same day at l'église Saint-Grégoire, in Augé, I assume that he was born in the Diocese of Saint-Grégoire and that Augé was the nearest town. I have used this to indicate he was born in Augé. - RLL
Note:   One of the sources for Michel Jean-Baptiste Jamonneau list his birthpla


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