Kwey James !
Just for your information, Jacques Eriché dit Louveteau, the very first French settler in North America of the "Richer dit Louveteau" lineage, had a son named Jean Baptiste Richer who in turn for several generations also had sons named "Jean Baptiste".
1- Jacques Ériché (Richer dit Louveteau) married with Marie Geoffrion, April 07, 1698, Notre-Dame (Montréal) who had a son named:
2- Jean-Baptiste Richer, married with Marie Jarry, January 22,1731, Notre-Dame (Montréal) who had a son named:.
3- Jean-Baptiste Richer, married with Charlotte Letourneux, January 10, 1763, Pointe-Claire (Montréal) who had a son named:.
4- Jean-Baptiste Richer, married with Reine-Élisabeth Séguin, August 01, 1791, St-Eustache, Québec who had a son named:
5- Jean-Baptiste Richer, married to Thérèse Dupras, January 18, 1819, St-Benoît (Mirabel), Québec.
There exists another Richer family in North America, the ancestor of which emigrated to Canada in the seventeenth century.
"Pierre Richer dit Lafleche", from Anjou, was married to Dorothy Brasssard on November 05, 1671 in Quebec. This a different lineage and these Richer are are not related to the "Richer dit Louveteau" lineage.
Hope the above helps.
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