Updated: 13 July 2001
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(dit Duhaut) Born 9 March
1750, at Lavaltrie, Québec; married 25 September 1775, at St-Cuthbert, Québec
to Marie Exupere Remillard, born 18 May 1756, died before November 1809.
(Marie Exupere Remillard was a descendant of Guillaume Remillard of
Chateau Joinsard, diocese of Limoges, France.)
Record of this marriage is part of this album.
of Joseph Jacques and Marie Exupere Remillard:
Died at birth (unnamed)
Married 27 November 1809 at St-Cuthbert, Québec, to M-Charlotte McKay
Born 1777 at St-Cuthbert, Québec, died 8 October 1853;
died before January 1818;
Turcot (Turcotte). Records of these two marriages are part of this album .
Born 1780 at
St-Cuthbert, Québec; married M-Marguerite Allard
(Duhaut) Born 13
July 1781 at St-Cuthbert, Québec, died 26 July 1857;
marriage 30 January 1815 at St-Cuthbert, Québec, to Théotiste (M-Théotiste)
was witness at his brother=s
marriage in 1818 to Marie-Anne Turcot, as shown by certificate of marriage.)
Born 1783 at St-Cuthbert, Québec, died 1783
Born 15 March 1786 at
St-Cuthbert, Québec, died 27 September 1843; married 11
January 1803 at St-Cuthbert, Comte Berthier, Québec, to Joseph Savoie
Born 1787 at St-Cuthbert, Québec; died 1787, probably at St-Cuthbert,
born about 17 April 1788 at St-Cuthbert, Québec; Alexis died 11 July 1788 at
Marie-Reine St-Cuthbert, Québec, and
Marie-Reine died 17 July 1788 at St-Cuthbert, Québec
Born 1789 at St-Cuthbert, Québec, died as an infant
Born 1790 at St-Cuthbert, Québec; married 31 July 1815 at St-Cuthbert,
to Simon-Pierre Tessier; 2nd marriage to Timothée Nevue.
Born 1791 at St-Cuthbert, Québec; married 28 October 1811 at
Québec, to Jean-Baptiste Charron-Ducharme
Geneviève Born 17 September
1792; married 25 November 1811 at St-Cuthbert, Quèbec,
to Pierre Plante
Born 1793 at St-Cuthbert, Québec
1794 at St-Cuthbert, Québec
Died as infant
Married 10 June 1802 at St-Cuthbert, Comte Berthier, Québec,
to Joseph Coutu
The reader will note that
for the first time the name of ADuhaut@ is found in our family record. It
was used by our great-grandfather. The
Dictionnaire of L=Abbe Tanguay says that this was a variation only, and it was probably
used to distinguish his family from that of his brothers Antoine and Jean
Baptiste Jacques, who also raised large families in the parish of St.
is no real warrant for the use of this name.
It was not used by his brothers, nor by any of his ancestors.
It is now only a tradition in our family and is never used. The Dictionnaire of L=Abbe Tanguay and our own investigations show with indisputable
documentary evidence, that the name of ADuhaut@ has no place in our family and that our only real name is Jacques.
(Written by Arthur Francis Jacques, Sr., Marquette, Michigan 1919).
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