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Claude LASPRON DIT LACHARITE
(1679-1739)

 

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Marguerite FOUCAULT

Claude LASPRON DIT LACHARITE

  • Born: 21 Jun 1679, Nicolet, Nicolet, Quebec
  • Marriage: Marguerite FOUCAULT on 24 Sep 1720 in Nicolet, Nicolet, Quebec
  • Died: 14 Mar 1739, Trois Rivieres, Quebec at age 59
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bullet  General Notes:

Lived in Riviere-Maskinonge in 1710, 1711/12, 1724, and 1739.
Lived in Maskinonge in 1713/14
Lived in Trois-Riveres in 1739. But died at Three Rivers

From lacharite database: http://gen.lacharite.ca/getperson.php?personID=I67&tree=1

must have left his father's farm, which was in the region of the Nicolet River, some time around 1700-1712 (about age 21-32). He moved to Maskiningé which is just a few kilometers from Trois-Rivières. He was the first of our ancestors to settle outside the Nicolet area and thus began the inextricable migration of the Lampron/Lacharite clan.
Name:
In the actual transcript the marginal entry records the name as Claude Laspron while the actual text records the name as Claude Lapron. In many of the records regarding his children, he is invariably referred to as Claude Lampron dit Lacharité. [1]
Anecdote:
Claude, son of Jean Laspron dit Lacharité and Anne Michelle Renaud, was born on 21 Jun 1679 and baptised the same day. The marginal entry in the actual baptismal transcript records his name as Claude Laspron while the actual text records the name as Claude Lapron. In many of the records regarding his children, he is invariably referred to as Claude Lampron dit Lacharité or Claude Lacharité.The following is an actual transcript from the church records: "Bap. Claude Laspron - Je soussigné certifie avoir encore inséré le soubscript [souscrit] baptistaire fait par le même père Georges susdit: Claude Lapron, fils légitime de Jean Lapron et d'Anne Renault, a été baptisé à Nicolet, le vingt et unième Juin 1679, il y a eu pour parrain Claude Pothier et pour marraine Charlotte Denys. - (signé) J. Riste Le Tac Ricolet Sud - Registre de la paroisse Immaculée - Conception, Trois Rivières 1674-1699." A literal translation of the church record from the Nicolet Parish reads: "Baptism Claude Laspron: I the undersigned certify having again inserted the subscribed baptism carried out by the same Father Georges described below: Claude Lapron, legitimate son of Jean Lapron and Anne Renault, was baptised at Nicolet, 21 June 1679, He godfather is Claude Pothier and his godmother, Charlotte Denys. (Signed) Fr. Riste le Tac , Recolet, Ind." The record was also later transcribed into the parish register for Trois-Rivières, albeit in an abreviated form. The abbreviations "Fr." that the Recolets used has its origins in the Franciscian order. Their founder, Saint-François was very humble. All of the brotherhood considered themselves part of the same family and were called Brothers or Frères. The abbreviation "Ind." stands for Indignus and has the meaning of "humble". Claude must have left his father's farm, which was in the region of the Nicolet River, some time around 1700-1712 (about age 21-32). He moved to Maskinongé which is just a few kilometers West of Trois-Rivières. He was the first of our ancestors to settle outside the Nicolet area and thus began the inextricable migration of the Lampron/Lacharité/Desfossés families. He married Marie Charlotte Bruneau dit Jolicoeur, daughter of René Bruneau dit Jolicoeur and Anne Poitreau, on 7 Jan 1712 at Trois-Rivières, Saint-Maurice, Québec, Canada. The following partial transcript (the original transcript is difficult to decypher) is taken from the church records (again, note the name variations): "Marriage de Claude Lapron avec Marie Charlotte Bruno (dit la Parisienne): L'an mil sept cent douze le septieme de Janvier apres avoir publie trois ...le sixieme de Janvier, entre Claude Lapron habitant de Maskinongé fils de ... Jean Lapron sieur de Lacharité et de Marie Anne Renaud les père et mère de cette paroisse, et Marie Charlotte, fille de Jean René Bruno et de Marie Poitreau ses pere et mère ... de cette paroisse. Je soussigneé missionaire de la paroise de la Riviére du Loup ai reçu leur mutuel ... leur ai donné .. nuptiale ... des témoines ci-dessus." Following Marie Charlotte's death somewhere between 1717 and 1720, he married Marguerite Foucault, daughter of Denis Foucault and Catherine Pelletier, on 24 Sep 1720 at Nicolet, Nicolet, Québec, Canada. There were 13 children from the two marriages. Claude died sometime before 1757 at Maskinongé, Maskinongé, Québec, Canada.
Comment:
Marriage document with Marguerite Foucault indicates the family of his parents live in the parish of Trois Rivières
Name:
as noted in the baptismal entry for his son Claude. [8,9,10]
as recorded in the Trois-Rivières Parish register. [33]
As noted in the marriage entry for his son Pierre Lacharité. [6]
as noted in the marriage entry for his son Claude. [7]


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Claude married Marguerite FOUCAULT, daughter of Denis FOUCAULT and Catherine PELLETIER-ANTAYA, on 24 Sep 1720 in Nicolet, Nicolet, Quebec. (Marguerite FOUCAULT was born on 8 Nov 1698 in Trois Rivieres, Quebec.)



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