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Re: Saureau-Saureaux dit Leslauriers
Posted by: Ronald Bachman Date: July 13, 2001 at 09:04:38
In Reply to: Saureau-Saureaux dit Leslauriers by Gail of 156

Gail, Do you have any McDonalds in your database? My ggggg-grandfather Jean-Baptiste McDonald was the husband of a Therese SOREAU, a spelling variant of SAUREAU. They resided in Montreal in the mid-late 1700s. I know this from the marriage record of their son, John McDonald, who married Susanne Quesnel in St. Charles, Missouri, ca. 1800. Do you have any Therese Saureau who might be in the right age bracket to have been my ancestor. It's a rather uncommon surname, so I suspect she was connected with your line.

Desperate for any kind of clues,
Ron Bachman


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