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Early French Canadian Pioneers: The Leclercs of Quebec

Jean Leclerc/Clerc/Lafrensay  |  Genevieve CirceLeclerc Family Tree | Quebec Leclerc Genealogy

Jan 23rd, 1706

Jean Leclerc/Le Bouteleux  |  Marie Couet

November 11th, 1669

Guillaume Leclerc |  Marie Therese Huneault

November 14th, 1676

Jacques Leclerc  |  Marie Anne de Couagne

February 19th, 1703

Jacques Leclerc  |  Marie Anne Douaire

November 19th, 1736

Jean Baptiste Leclerc  |  Marie Amable Gareau

June 12th, 1752

Julien Leclerc  |  Elisabeth Sevigny dit Lafleur

September 4th, 1736

Nicolas  Leclerc  |  Charlotte Gingras

August 16th, 1740

Pierre Leclerc  |  Elisabeth Rondeau

February 7th, 1690

Robert Leclerc  |  Marie Jallet/Jalais

July 9th, 1680

Sauveur Germain Leclerc  |  Genevieve Hervieux

January 9th, 1717

Vincent Chretien  |  Anne Leclerc

about 1668

Nicolas Leblond  |  Marguerite  Leclerc

October 13th, 1661

Julien Blois dit Brasdargent |  Marguerite  Leclerc

November 26th, 13th, 1665

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Variations and associated surnames

Auclair – Bilmer – Blondin – Cap-Breton – Clair

Clerc – Clere – Clerimbert – Couture – Fleurant – Florent

Francoeur – Houde – Houle – Jolicoeur – Laderoute –  Lafrenaie – Lafrenaye – Lafresnaye

Lavigne – Le Bouteleau – Lebouleteau – Lebouteleau – Lebouteleux – Leclaire(e) – Lecuyer – Lescuier

L’Escuyer – Maufay – Montfort – Pauperet – Petitclerc – St-Laurent – Sureau

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June 1, 2009 - Posted by | . |

3 Comments »

  1. I was sure I would find my Leclercs in this group but no luck.

    Comment by Lori E | June 1, 2009 | Reply

  2. Guillaume LeClerc and Marie Therese Hunault were both killed by Iroquois. there was a daughter, Marie-Anne Leclerc (1685-1730) on November 21, 1712 in St-Francois. She married Jacques Lebelle (1688-1748) on November 21, 1712. This couple had at least 6 children.
    Jacques married Marie Suzanne Daze in 1730, after Marie-Anne’s death.

    Comment by Michele Martin | August 27, 2011 | Reply

    • Michele, I knew that Marie Therese was killed by the Iroquois but I have no record of Guillaume was killed the same way. Certainly wasn’t killed the same time as his wife.

      Comment by Mary Jane Poole | December 24, 2015 | Reply


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