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Children of Charles Lapointe
s/o Gabriel Lapointe and Marie Cecile Desnoyers
and Angelique Guillot

Charles Lapointe born Mar. 6/1793
married Nov. 26/1816 to Angelique Guillot d/o Noel Guillot and Anne Beaudry born Carleton Que. Feb. 23/1796, died between July 6/1824 and Sept. 26/1825..
Married secondly Marie Seraphie Loubert on Sept. 26/1825 d/o Frederic Loubert and Adelaide Landry
and thirdly Bridget Lynch

  • Lapointe Angelique born Carleton, Que., Aug. 30/1817 mar. Dec. 3/1838 to Edward Hickey
    (son of Capt. John Hickey and Marguerite Lapointe) born Carleton PQ, Oct. 3/1819

  • Lapointe Charles born Carleton, Que., June 1/1819, married Feb. 8/1846 to Eliza Doyle
    d/o William Doyle and Marie Arseneau

  • Lapointe Joseph (twin) born Oct. 19/20 1821, married to Elizabeth Laviolette d/o Louis Laviolette
    and Marie Francoise Berthe (?)

  • Lapointe Fidele (Fabien) born July 6/1824 ?

  • Lapointe Jean Louis (twin) born Oct. 19/20 1821, died Aug. 1898, married Brigitte Allain

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    Charles Lapointe re-married to Seraphie Loubert, and had the following children:

  • Lapointe Jean Frederic born June 24/1827, married Marie Rosanna Davidson

  • Lapointe Francois Xavier, born Aug. 25/1827 married Mary Jane ? living in Parish of Kent
    Carleton co. in 1871 census

  • Lapointe Pierre Pantalion born Mar. 3/1830

  • Lapointe Hilarion (Lawrence) born July 14/1831, died Sept. 19/1911, married to Mary Jane Dempsey

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    Charles Lapointe re-married to Bridget Hickey or Lynch, and had the following children:

  • Lapointe Mary born Mar. 29/1839, married in Ste Famille Bathurst, on Feb. 14/1859 John Landry
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    **NOTE** One daughter of Charles is found by name of Eunice and there is a possibility
    she was born from a first marriage of Charles and ??
    Has anyone got any info on this

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