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Re: Charles Royea of Sutton, Brome, Quebec
Posted by: Ann Rogers (ID *****3397) Date: July 13, 2012 at 10:56:27
In Reply to: Re: Charles Royea of Sutton, Brome, Quebec by Ann Rogers of 864

P.S. You could also go to rootweb and just type in Joseph Royer and put his wife, Dorothee Aubuchon at the bottom so you don't have to go through all the pages.

Also, some of Joseph and Dorothee's children I could find are below:
. Charles Rodier, Born abt. 1832 in the U.S.?, buried in 1902 in Sweetsburg, PQ (St. Rose of Lima). He married Emelie Landry in 1861 in St. Brigide, PQ
ii. Emilenna Royer, born 1824 in Berthierville, P.Q
iii. Delphine Royer, dau. born 1826 in Berthierville, PQ
iv. Marie Emelie Royer, dau. born 1827 in Berthierville, PQ
v. Joseph Simeon Royer, son, born about 1830, probably in VT; baptized in 1831 in St. Denis sur Richelieu.
vi. Zoe Royer, dau., born 1829 in the U.S., baptized in 1831 in St. Denis sur Richelieu.

Dorothee Aubuchon (Royer) died in 1881 and was buried in Sweetsburg, PQ.

The birth records for the above show that Joseph and Dorothee were living in the U.S. when Joseph Simeon and Zoe were born (probably in VT). I also assume Charles was born in VT too because I can't find his birth or baptism. At that time, there were no Catholic churches in Franklin Co., of VT, so the French families took their children back to Canada for baptisms.

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