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Racicot, ST. Mathias,PQ-Chateau-Gontier
Posted by: Richard Barrett Le Maire Date: July 20, 2000 at 16:29:43
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Racicot cousins,
Here is my Racicot lineage:
My grandmother was Victoria Vincelette b.Sept. 1863 on Isle La Motte, Grand Isle,
Lake Champlain, Vt. to Edouard and Hermenie Racicot Vincelette. Hermenie (Hermine) was born 1828 to Theophile Racicot and M. Marguerite Mace (Masse) who married 17 July 1815 at St. Mathias. Theophile was born to Isidore Racicot and Catherine Racine.m. 10 Sept. 1792 at St. Mathias, Isidore was the son of Francois and Magdalein Hostain-
Marineau Rasicot(Racicot) at Boucherville. They were married on 21 Sept. 1761 at Riviere-des-Prairies. Francois was born to Jacques Racicot -dit Leveille b. 18 Nov. 1720 at Boucherville. He married Marie-Jeanne L'Abbe on 6 May 1715 at Quebec (city). He was the son of Michel Racicot and Genevieve Alard of St. Jeande Cateau-Gontier, Angers, Anjou, France.
I would like to re-construct this Racicot line as completely as possible with other siblings, births, marriages, deaths and anecdotes.
Care to tackle this with me?
There are many Racicots in MA. In Greenfield there are Roscoes who were my grandmothers' cousins.
Richard


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