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Narcisse JANOT-LACHAPELLE father of Malvina LACHAPELLE (Janotte) ~ St. Francois du Lac

Narcisse JANOT-LACHAPELLE father of Malvina LACHAPELLE (Janotte) ~ St. Francois du Lac

Dan Haley (View posts)
Posted: 1061243781000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1094596620000
Surnames: Janot, Janotte, Jeanot, Jeannot, Jeannotte, LaChapelle
Looking for any information regarding Narcisse LaChapelle of St. Francois du Lac, PQ, the father of Malvina LaChapelle. May have had surname JANOTTE Circa 1850.

Insuffisant information

Posted: 1115956875000
Classification: Query

Please give more information... spouse... or other married children WITH the name of their spouse, married in Quebec preferably or even Ontario... there are too many Narcisse Janot / Jeannot dit Lachapelle (every spelling possible) and I cannot find any marriage for a Malvina with a father named Narcisse... and since this is a period when people often used more than one given name, not having a couple or 2 has a starting point is a big draw back.

Additional info - Francois Xavier LaChapelle brother of Narcisse

Brad LaChapelle (View posts)
Posted: 1126582980000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1126803960000
Surnames: LaChapelle, Beauregard
I have a Great Aunt Malvina who was the daughter of Francois Xavier LaChapelle who is the brother of Narcisse LaChapelle. This Malvina married Eugene Beauregard....rumor has it that Eugene is the son of General Beauregard of the civil war. My father told me stories of when malvina and Eugene lived with his family in a cabin in the northwest.....any of this ring a bell?

Did not get lucky... but hope someone else will be able to help

Posted: 1126623764000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1126804086000

This other Malvina does not seem to be married in Quebec either... and you don't have spouses names for either Narcisse or his brother François Xavier, so on my end, I can't really do anything and don't even ...

BUT... chances are someone else will recognise that family with the details you have add to your original question...

Additional info - Francois Xavier LaChapelle and 3 wifes

Brad LaChapelle (View posts)
Posted: 1126755068000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1126804181000
Surnames: LaChapelle, Janot, Biron, Rancin, Lemire, Forcier
Francoise Xavier was married 3 times. First to Marie Biron on 7 Oct 1867 in Weedon-Wolfe, Canada. Then married Octavie Rancin in 1906, then married Olivine Lemire in 1913. Only have Narcisse siblings; Francois Xavier, Joseph, Louis Misael Alphonse, Hermenise, Iuc, Julie, Philomene.

Narcisse father: Joseph Johannot Dit LaChapelle
Narcisse mother: Adelaide Forcier

Re: father's line of Francois Xavier LaChapelle

Posted: 1126805307000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Janot, Johannot, Lachapelle, Boissy, Forcier, Paulhus, Paul-Hus, Girodo, Girodeau, Renaud, lanchard, Autier

Joseph JOHANNOT dit LACHAPELLE (Jean Baptiste & Catherine BOISSY)
- m.1836-01-19 Mont-St-Hilaire, Rouville county, Québec
Adélaïde FORCIER (Augustin & Marguerite PAUL-HUS)

Jean Baptiste LACHAPELLE (Jean Baptiste & Marguerite GIRODO)
- m.1808-09-19 Mont-St-Hilaire, Rouville county, Québec
Catherine BOISSY (Nicolas & Marie RENAUD)

Jean LACHAPELLE (Jean Baptiste & Marie Charlotte BLANCHARD)
- m.1780-02-07 St-Mathieu (parish), Beloeil, Verchères county, Québec
Marguerite GIRODEAU (Jean Baptiste & Charlotte AUTIER)

The rest of the line should be available on the PRDH online...

Copies of church records on microfilm can also be obtained...

Johan
http://www.geninfo.org
http://www.geninfo.org/metis/

What is PRDH ?

Brad LaChapelle (View posts)
Posted: 1129344917000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1129350407000
What is PRDH? I have been out of the loop for many years...

Re: What is PRDH ?

Posted: 1129350651000
Classification: Query

Programme de Recherche en Démographie Historique

It is bilingual, has a free section and one that is not, includes a huge database from the begining of the colonies up to 1799 for the entier province of Quebec... family members are tie to each other...
Some genealogical societies have a version on CDs install on their computer(s)... family members not tie to each other, but includes every records found up to date for the period mention above...

http://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca/

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