Note: e PROU on 16 January 1713 in Neuville. Genevieve and Jean had 14 children, all seemingly born and raised in Neuville.
On 28 March 1731, before Notary C. BAROLET, Jean and Genevieve signed an agreement. The purpose of their document is unclear. Perhaps it was an early version of their will. Many years later, they are known to have made definite designs for the disposition of their estate.On 26 September 1750, before Notary Jean-Claude PANET, Genevieve and Jean wrote their will together, naming their son Francois. Perhaps this implies that eldest son, Jean-Baptiste, was no longer living. On 2 November 1750, they again met before Notary PANET. This time they named son Louis-Joseph. Did they do something unusual such as divide their estate among sons? Or had Francois fallen from favor?
Note: Twenty-year old Genevieve married a man almost 13 years her senior when she wed Jean-Baptist
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