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From: "Jerry Lesperance" <>
Subject: Re: [QUEBEC] TOUSSAINT CHARBONNEAU - Parents??
Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2003 14:34:11 -1000
J-B CHARBONNEAU (s/o Michel & Genevieve BABIN) m. Marguerite DENIAU (d/o
Pierre & M.-Angelique REGUINDEAU dit JOACHIM) on 1 Mar 1756 at Boucherville
Michel CHARBONNEAU (s/o Michel & Marguerite DENOYON) m. Genevieve BABIN
(illegitimate daughter of Pierre & Madeleine RICHAUME) on 12 Oct 1772 at
Boucherville per Jette
Michel CHARBONNEAU (s/o Olivier & Marie GARNIER) m. Marguerite DENOYON (d/o
Jean & M. CHAUVIN) on 12 Nov 1692 at Boucherville per Jette.
Olivier CHARBONNEAU (from Marans, district of LaRochelle, France) m. Marie
GARNIER (also from Marans, France) about 1656 at Marans. They arrived in
Montreal in 1659.
Both Michels "engage Ouest" which generally means that they contracted to go
west of Montreal to trade with the Indians.
Jerry Lesperance, Aiea, Hawaii
----- Original Message -----
> << Does anyone know who the parents of TOUSSAINT CHARBONNEAU were? He
> accompanied Lewis and Clarke on their expedition of discovery. Does
> know where he is buried?
> Thank you,
> Paula >>
> in 1839, Charbonneau, described by Superintendent of Indian Affairs Joshua
> Pilcher as "tottering under the infirmities of 80 winters", appeared in
> Louis to ask the Indian Bureau for back salaries. This was the last entry
> about Charbonneau (discovered thus far) to appear in the official records.
> is thought that he died sometime around the year 1843 at about 86 years of
> age, for it was in that year that his estate was settled by his son Jean
> From the National Park Service website www.nnps.gov (Jefferson National
> Expansion Monument)
> Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau (Aug 28, 1735 - ) & Marguerite Deniau (Apr 19,
> - )
> | Toussaint Charbonneau (Mar 21, 1767 - About 1843) & Sacagawea "Bird
> (About 1787 - Dec 22, 1812)
> | | Jean-Baptiste "Pompey" Charbonneau (Feb 11, 1805 - )