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My line, from Jean Poupart of France
Posted by: Rachel Lazelle Date: January 08, 2001 at 11:14:24
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If anyone is of this line, I would love to hear from them! Thanks!

First Generation

1. Jean POUPARD.

Of St. Denis, Paris, France

He married Marquerite Frichet.

Of St. Denis, Paris, France

They had the following children:

       2       i.       Pierre POUPARD

Second Generation

2. Pierre POUPARD. Died 1699 in Montreal.

He married Marqurite Perras, daughter of Pierre Perras & Denise Lemaitre, 11 Aug 1682 in LaPrairie Canada.
They had the following children:

       3       i.       Jean Baptiste POUPARD

Third Generation

3. Jean Baptiste POUPARD. Born 1689 in LaPrairie.

He first married Marie Catherine Garvais, daughter of Mathieu Garvais & Michelle Picard, 23 Feb 1716 in LaPrairie.
They had the following children:

       4       i.       Jacques POUPART

He second married Marquerite Paternaue, 1713.

Fourth Generation

4. Jacques POUPART. Born 16 Sep 1720 in LaPrairie.

He married Marie Ann Goyau, daughter of Jean Baptiste Goyau & Marie Toulouse Dequire, 15 Nov 1751 in LaPrairie.
They had the following children:

       5       i.       Jacques Joseph POUPART

Fifth Generation

5. Jacques Joseph POUPART.

He married Charlotte Lamarre, daughter of Andre Joseph Lamarre & Marquerite Vincent, 9 Feb 1784 in Lonqueil.
They had the following children:

       6       i.       Jacques POUPART

Sixth Generation

6. Jacques POUPART.

He married Josephte Deneau, daughter of Amable Deneau & Josephte Daigneau, 16 Jun 1817 in St. Phillippe County of LaPrairie.
They had the following children:

       7       i.       Jacques POUPART

Seventh Generation

7. Jacques POUPART.

Came to Paquetteville near East Hereford, P.Q.

He married Clothilde Racine, daughter of Francois Racine & Clothilde Brosseau, 15 Feb 1847 in St. Phillippe County of La Prairie.

Came to Paquetteville near East Hereford, P.Q.

They had the following children:

       8       i.       Alphonse POUPART

Eighth Generation

8. Alphonse POUPART.

He married Victoria Willey.
They had the following children:

       9       i.       Alfred Lewis POUPART
              ii.       Minnie Adelia POUPART; Born 19 Sep 1881 in Colebrook, NH.
              iii.       Leo POUPART; Born Sep 1883 in Colebrook, NH.
              iv.       Ernest Leo POUPART; Born 23 Dec 1886 in Colebrook, NH.
              v.       Edward Joseph POUPART; Born 17 May 1894 in Colebrook, NH.

Ninth Generation

9. Alfred Lewis POUPART. Born 6 Jun 1876 in Bethel, ME. Died 7 Feb 1964.

He married Elsie GREENLEAF, daughter of George Augustus GREENLEAF & Flora WILLIAMSON, 7 May 1899 in Farmington ME. Born 20 Feb 1881 in Mercer, Maine.
They had the following children:

       10       i.       Elsie Louise POUPART
              ii.       Irma Lillian POUPART; Born 5 Feb 1900 in Farmington, ME.

10th Generation

10. Elsie Louise POUPART. Born 6 May 1909 in Auburn ME.

She married Louis BROWN, son of Jetson BROWN & Florence ESTABROOKS. Born 10 Jul 1910. Died 22 Dec 1984 in Wilmington, Vermont.

A friend's Recollection of Louis Brown (July 10, 1910 - Dec. 22, 1984) During his last days Louis thought of spring. He wanted a new mower for the grass that would grow under the sun of May. Louis knew all about December and winter. He blamed his early rheumatism and tendonitus on the too young, too long hours spent in the extreme cold. He often talked of winter as an enemy whom he was obliged to outsmart, to fight with its own weapons; stubbornness, cleverness and cussedness. I remember well how he planned a new barn to rise in June in a spot protected from the winds of January. When drifts of yet another weekend blizzard stood five feet high upon our hilly road, a thin green line of truck roof was visible where town plows had given up. Louis was shovelling his was forward toward the animals, toward us. Trying as hard as he could (and that was pretty darned hard!) to persuade us all that he was not a sentimental person, underneath the feisty surface he cared a lot. Neighbors could tell of thoughtful favors, employers of "more then the call of duty," animals for that extra caring that can only be called love. For me personally, who, through nervous trouble, was so afarid of picking up the tattered threads of life, he waited by the stable door for my horse to bring me safely home. Although he never thought a horse should jumb anything it didn't have to, he stood in the field by one of the barriers ready to catch horse or rider should disaster strike! Although not one for flowers, which he felt took up good earth-room and inhibited lawn care, he quietly built up protecting mulch around my one rose. For anyone gullible, Louis' stories were a true challange. When my son of eleven years old ran home to lunch after "helping" Louis with a fence, he blerted out, "Ma, did you know Louis bought his wife at a slave auction for seven dollars?" How he loved to see us green-horns swallow tall tales hook, line and sinker! At the same time, if listeners paid attention, they learned that when the mountains and hills took on a deep blue hue to watch out for bad weather. We look up at the sky to feel which quarter the wind blows from at the time of the full moon, for there it will stay untill the end of that quarter. He was so right. My children learned that perfect standards of work were NOT a joke. Tasks left as finished by shoddy workmanship were beneath contempt. Shortcuts taken in the comfort and care of animals were a sin to him. "How would you like to go to bed dirty?" he asked as he cleaned Jock's stall for the second time that day and brushed the last traces of sweat from his back. Often a green apple or a pinch of snuff was his extra gift to them before he left them for the night. He abhorred dishonesty, sham and pretention in all creatures. As an older man, he would sit under an old apple tree in the waning light of November. More then shooting the deer now he seemed to enjoy watching its ways. Legend says that animals talk to one another just once a year-on Christmas Eve. This year each one must lament the passing of Louis Brown and recount the kindness shown to all their four legged and winged companions. He left Vermont as he felt the creeping changes more and more. His friends were passing on. The growing crowds in his woods and by his streams caused him to say in October, "God, a man's got to go to the Canadian border to shoot a rabbit." Winter won the fight this time and near the shortest day of the year he left us with hopes for a warm spring and new foals, for a dry hay crop and wood gathered "in good season," for a world of common sense, honorable work and old civility. He never broke with his beliefs. Affectionately, Lyre
-Written in Wilmington Vt News Paper by Ayre Davidson

They had the following children:

       11       i.       Earl BROWN
       12       ii.       Donald Roy BROWN
       13       iii.       Stuart Merle BROWN
       14       iv.       Rita Glendine BROWN
       15       v.       Carl Otis BROWN

11th Generation

11. Earl BROWN. Born 12 Jan 1927 in VT.

He married Jeannette Marie PARENT, daughter of Arthur Joseph PARENT & Irene AUBERTINE, 27 Aug 1949 in Readsboro,Vt. Born 21 Jan 1932 in Readsboro, VT.
They had the following children:

              i.       Diana BROWN; Born 12 Aug 1950 in Bennington, Vermont.
       16       ii.       Rose Lynn BROWN
       17       iii.       Brent BROWN
       18       iv.       Bret Lon BROWN

12. Donald Roy BROWN. Born 24 Sep 1928 in Wilmington, Vt.

He married Joanne Freeman, daughter of Jasper Freeman & Lucy Coffin. Born 21 Apr 1932.
They had the following children:

              i.       Jeffery Roy BROWN;
              ii.       Donna Jo BROWN;
              iii.       Kelly BROWN;

13. Stuart Merle BROWN. Born 27 Jun 1930.

He married Joanne Dunn, 12 Nov 1950 in Wilmington, Vt. Born 8 May 1932 in N. Adams, Mass.
They had the following children:

              i.       Deborah Elaine BROWN;
              ii.       Glenn Allen BROWN;
              iii.       Heidi Jo BROWN;
              iv.       Gregory Smith BROWN;

14. Rita Glendine BROWN. Born 13 May 1932 in Wilmington, Vt. Died 4 Apr 1971 in New Haven, Conn. Buried in Riverview Cemetery, Wilmington, Vt.

She married Philip Jacob Haskins, 9 Dec 1951 in Wilmington, Vt. Born 13 May 1923.
They had the following children:

              i.       James Lewis Haskins;
              ii.       Betty Lou Haskins;

15. Carl Otis BROWN. Born 14 Dec 1934.

He married Hazel Ethel Powling, 24 Jul 1956.
They had the following children:

              i.       Karl Lee BROWN;
              ii.       Terry Rita BROWN;
              iii.       Connie Sue BROWN;
              iv.       Tony Vince BROWN;

12th Generation

16. Rose Lynn BROWN. Born 20 Nov 1951 in VT.

She first married Gary Franklin SAGE, son of Wallace James SAGE & Mary (Thelma) NUTTING. Born 23 Feb 1951 in VT.
They had the following children:

              i.       Rusty SAGE; Born 1 May 1975 in Brattleboro, Vt.

                     He married Nancy Wheeler.

       19       ii.       Rachel Marie SAGE

She second married Gary FULLER.
They had the following children:

              i.       Rae Lee SAGE (FULLER); Born 17 May 1982 in Bennington, Vt.

17. Brent BROWN. Born 10 Jul 1953 in Bennington, Vermont.

He married Lorriane Rafus Lowe, 24 Sep 1977.
They had the following children:

              i.       Sarah Marie BROWN;

18. Bret Lon BROWN. Born 17 Feb 1960 in Bennington, VT.

He married Ann Marie Cross, daughter of Stanley Cross & Sylvia Hunt. Born 25 Dec 1965 in Brattleboro, Vt.
They had the following children:

              i.       Melissa Sue BROWN; Born 9 Apr 1988 in Brattleboro, Vt.

13th Generation

19. Rachel Marie SAGE. Born 12 Sep 1976 in Bennington, Vt.

She married Steven John, Jr LAZELLE, son of Steven John, Sr. LAZELLE & Mary Louise NUTTING, 7 Jun 1997 in Wilmington, VT. Born 16 Apr 1969 in Bennington, VT.

Steven John Lazelle, Jr, (Steven,Ray,Eddie,Otis,John,Isaac,Isaac,Israel,John), born April 16, 1969 in Bennington, VT. Married Rachel Marie Sage, June 7, 1997 in Wilmington; born in Bennington, VT., September 12, 1976, daughter of Gary and Rose (Brown) Sage.

They had the following children:

              i.       Robin Rose Marie LAZELLE
              ii.       Rebecca Lynn LAZELLE


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