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Re: Tessier's in Massachusetts (1800's)
Posted by: Jan Nearing Date: February 16, 2000 at 06:30:17
In Reply to: Re: Tessier's in Massachusetts (1800's) by Jerry Lesperance of 1317

Thanks for the info. Hope you're not SWEATING too hard. Must be terrible to stay so warm in the middle of February :)

Doesn't surprise me that Michel was so old. This family's full of old men and young girls.

The Fortin-Grenier info came from PRDH. LDS has the same marriage info, but there's no info on her parents anywhere. Since they were married in PQ and she wasn't a fille du roi, she had to have parents here. Just need to dig em up.

Thanks again and hang loose.


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