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Some Bellevilles of St Liguori (Montcalm) | 2/2


Follow-up from  Some Bellevilles of St Liguori (Montcalm) | 1/2


Information 1

Children of Jean-Baptiste Guernon Belleville and Velina Evelina Chevalier

Location St-Liguori, Montcalm, Quebec

M.Velina Guernon Belleville

Born June 23rd, 1866 and baptized June 24th, 1866

Godparents: Louis Chevalier and Agnes Guernon Belleville

J. Adolar Guernon Belleville 

Born and baptized September 25th, 1868

Godparents: Urgel Grenier and Rosalie Racette

J.Asique Guernon Belleville

Born May 30th, 1871 and baptized May 31st, 1871

Godparents Onezime Grenier and Emelina Boucher

M.Rose de Lima Guernon Belleville

Born December 30th, 1872 and baptized December 31st, 1872

Godparents: Theophile Guernon Bellevil

le and Rosalie Jolie

Dia Rose de Lima Guernon Belleville 

October 15th, 1874 and baptized October 16th, 1874

Godparents: Jean-Baptiste Robillard and Philomene Chevalier


Information 2

Lineage to first Canadian settler

Jean-Baptiste Guernon Belleville (son of Pierre Guernon Belleville and M.Angele Gagnon) had been previously married to Philomene Lemire Lemyre  (daughter of Louis Lemire Lemyre and Magdeleine Vilande) on March 4th, 1862 in St-Ambroise-de-Kildare (Joliette).

Pierre Guernon Belleville (son of Jean-Baptiste Guernon Belleville and Marie Bole Beausejour) married Angelie Gagnon (widow of Marin Janson/Jansonne) on February 8th, 1831 in St-Jacques-de-L’Achigan (Montcalm). Note: The surname is also spelled Guernon Belville in the document.

Jean-Baptiste Guernon Belleville (widower of Anne Charlotte Brault Bro and son of Francois Guernon Belleville and Marguerite Dalpe/Delpee) married M.Anne Bole Beausejour (daughter of Joseph Antoine Bole sit Beausejour and Marie Chevigny Durand) on October 12th, 1790 in L’Assumption (Quebec).

Francois Guernon Belleville and Marguerite Dalpe / Delpee / Dalbeck / Delpeche were married on August 10th, 1761 in St. Sulpice (L’Assomption). His parents were Francois Guernon dit Belleville and M. Michelle Coulon Cotilon. Hers were Jean-Baptiste Dalpec Dalbeck and Marguerite Robillard.


Francois Guernon Belleville (Grenon)  came to Quebec as a grenadier in the  Régiment de Berry  but afterwards became an acclaimed woodcarver.  This Bas-relief du Calvaire d’Oka  is a fine example of his work at Ottawa’s Museum of Fine Arts.


August 19, 2017 - Posted by | . | ,

1 Comment »

  1. Many details, merci beaucoup!


    Comment by David Gustafson | August 21, 2017 | Reply

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