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Marie Lavigne b. abt. 1816

Marie Lavigne b. abt. 1816

Daryl Beabeau (View posts)
Posted: 17 Dec 1999 2:29PM GMT
I'm looking for Marie LAVIGNE daughter of Jean LAVIGNE and Marie-Louise PETIT.
Marie LAVIGNE married my ggggrandfather Leandre BIBEAU/BIBAULT June 1, 1841 in St. David de Yamaska, Canada.

Also; Thanks for the information re: LAVIGNE's by Jean Laine

Marie Lavigne (yr msg # 66)

Jean Laine (View posts)
Posted: 20 Dec 1999 1:48PM GMT
Hi Daryl! Just happened to check a few
things in the Montréal library and also did
some checking for you. Unfortunately,
the only thing i found concerning Marie
Lavigne was her marriage. Nowhere in the
St-David, St-Michel, St-François-du-Lac, and
the Trois-Rivières parish books, or Drouin
books is there any mention of any children
from Marie's and Léandre's marriage.
I did, however, find the lineage from Marie
onwards. Here's what i have:

Marie Lavigne married Léandre Bibeau in
St-David de Yamaska on 1 Jun 1841.

(her parents) - Jean Lavigne (shown in the
books as Tessier dit Lavigne, and Marie-
Louise Petit (daughter of Pierre Petit and
Marie-Louise Bélanger), married in St-Michel
de Yamaska on 3 Jul 1820.

(his parents) - Jean-Baptiste Tessier dit
Lavigne, and Marie-Anne Jannot dit Lachapelle
(daughter of Joseph Jannot dit Lachapelle),
married in Longue-Pointe on 18 Aug 1793.

(his parents) - Nicolas Tessier dit Lavigne
and Josette Trudeau (daughter of Pierre-
Joseph Trudeau and Marie-Josephte Baudreau),
married in Longue-Pointe on 25 Feb 1754.

(his parents) - Nicolas Tessier dit Lavigne
(born and baptised 9 Sept 1708 in Montréal)
and Charlotte Richard (daughter of Jacques
and Elisabeth Baudereau), married in Longue-
Pointe on 7 Jan 1732.

(his parents) - Jean-Baptiste Tessier dit
Lavigne and Elisabeth Renaud (daughter of
Antoine and Elisabeth Hubert), married in
Montréal on 4 Nov 1698. They had 11 children.

(his parents) - Urbain Tessier dit Lavigne
and Marie Archambault (daughter of Jacques
Archambault and Françoise Tourault), married
in Québec city on 28 Sept 1648. They had
16 children.
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Now for Léandre Bibeau.

(his parents) - Jean-Baptiste Bibeau and
Thérèse Laroche (daughter of Michel Laroche
and Cécile Cartier), married in St-Michel
de Yamaska on 5 Nov 1810.

(his parents) - Antoine Bibeau and Marguerite
Gagné (widow of Laferté Théroux), married
in St-Michel de Yamaska on 4 Oct 1779.

(his parents) - François-Xavier Bibeau and
Agathe Larivière-Chapdelaine (daughter of
Pierre Larivière-Chapdelaine and Charlotte
Pinard), married in St-François-du-Lac on 19 May 1749.

(his parents) - Pierre Bibeau (born in
St-François-du-Lac, baptised 16 Oct 1685 in
Sorel)and Madeleine Parenteau (daughter of
Pierre Parenteau and Madeleine Tisserand),
married in St-François-du-Lac on 28 Nov 1705.

(his parents) - François Bibeau, married
twice:
(1) Jeanne Chalifou, in Québec city on
17 Aug 1671. They had 1 child. She died
before the 1681 census. Her parents were
Paul Chalifou and Jacquette Archambault.

(2) Louise Esnard (Pierre's mother), in
Trois-Rivières on 17 Nov 1682. They had
9 children. She died between 28 Nov 1706
and 18 Jan 1716 in St-François-du-Lac.
Her parents were Simon Esnard and Marie
Loubier.

François Bibeau was the son of Jacques
Bibeau, tavern-keeper, and Jeanne Savignaux,
of LaFond, diocese of La Rochelle (Charente-
Maritime), France. He was 37 at the 1667
census in Trois-Rivières. He was signed at
LaRochelle on 10 Apr 1656 as a farmer.
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Well! that's all i have for you, sorry i
couldn't find anything further on Marie.
Have a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year.
Best regards. Jean.

LaVigne/Bibaud

Daryl (View posts)
Posted: 20 Dec 1999 4:33PM GMT
Jean,
Wonderful information! I can't thank you enough. Now I really have something to build on. As I proceed I'll keep you up-to-date. Happy Holidays!!!

Daryl

Re: Marie Lavigne b. abt. 1816

Posted: 12 Feb 2003 2:06PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Jan 2006 11:56PM GMT
I am researching my family, but in doing so , I have found a reference to two Bibault brothers who lived in the Galesville, Trempealeau,Wisconsin area in the 1840s. There names were Leander and Michael. There is no mention of Leander having a wife. They both worked for the American Fur Company at one time, and both apparently became involved in the buying and selling of land. There is a reference to them having some transactions in the Mineral Point, Wisconsin area in 1849. Hope this is of some interest to you. My e-mail address is Labxu@aol.com. My name is Mark, and I live only 20 miles from these settlements.
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