• Heppell/De Lavoye; Rimouski area; 1700's...

    From beacook18@gmail.com@21:1/5 to Cyber-surfer on Thu Apr 6 14:25:57 2017
    On Saturday, January 16, 1999 at 3:00:00 AM UTC-5, Cyber-surfer wrote:
    Hi, Folks!

    Looking for anything and everything on the following family:

    Jean Jacob Heppell and Agnes De Lavoye married 19 July 1790 in
    Rimouski. Jean Jacob also married Victoire Bouillon
    24 April 1798, Rimouski.

    JJ's parents were Nicolas Heppell & Mary Reiss, but we
    can find no info on them - does anyone have a marriage date,
    siblings, parents, other kids, ANYTHING????<G>

    Thanks!

    Doug Champigny - Toronto, Ontario
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    translated from google translate: "The ancestor known to date was called Nicolas Heppell, considered the first Heppell has tread American soil and he arrived in Salem, New York, circa 1750. Nicolas was a surgeon and was major in the army of Lafayette,
    the French general who fought with the Americans for the Independence of the United States of America. He married in Schenectady, NY, with Mary Reis (s), circa 1752. He married probably in a Lutheran church as we know by his son Jean (John) Jacob it was
    the religion. "From the official website of genealogy Heppell

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  • From richardb7@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Mon Sep 18 09:41:37 2017
    Jean Jacob Heppel 1790-07-19 Agn├Ęs Lavoie
    Nicolas Heppel Rimouski Qc Joseph Lavoie
    Marie Reiss Charlotte Gagnon



    Jean Jacob Heppell and Agnes De Lavoye married 19 July 1790 in
    Rimouski. Jean Jacob also married Victoire Bouillon
    24 April 1798, Rimouski.

    JJ's parents were Nicolas Heppell & Mary Reiss, but we
    can find no info on them - does anyone have a marriage date,
    siblings, parents, other kids, ANYTHING????<G>

    Thanks!

    Doug Champigny - Toronto, Ontario
    ----------------------------------------
    mailto:roots@cyber-surfer.com
    10,000+ names online at
    http://www.cyber-surfer.com/OURROOTS.HTM ----------------------------------------

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    translated from google translate: "The ancestor known to date was called Nicolas Heppell, considered the first Heppell has tread American soil and he arrived in Salem, New York, circa 1750. Nicolas was a surgeon and was major in the army of Lafayette,
    the French general who fought with the Americans for the Independence of the United States of America. He married in Schenectady, NY, with Mary Reis (s), circa 1752. He married probably in a Lutheran church as we know by his son Jean (John) Jacob it was
    the religion. "From the official website of genealogy Heppell

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