Madeleine Leclerc: Birth: 14 Jul 1672.
Note: d Michelle Rubel, he was born in 1646 and would have been baptized in the church of Our-Lady of Ternay, June 20, 1646. When he arrived in Amériqu E it was already married in Marie Blanquet, said the Fern, and they had a son, fore-mentioned Pierre. The father of Marie is Andrien Blanquet which will also come to America where he will marry in Quebec, November 7, 1663, Anne LeMaître, veu ve of Louis LeRoy. The family is established in Sainte-Famille of the Island of Orleans. Eight other children will be born from their union. Jean Leclerc practised the trade of Tisserand in fabric. One did not find the act of burial of Jean Leclerc in the registers of News-France. According to the Jetté dictionary, he would have been buried on April 13, 1703 in Durantaye. The patronym can be written various ways: Leclerc, LeClair, Leclair, Leclaire, Leclercq, Leclère, Clère.
Jean Leclerc was a weaver of linen.
Note: Jean Leclerc says Bouteleux, is originating in Dieppe, in Normandy. Son of Antoine Leclerc an
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