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Re: DEGUIRE Family ca 1810
Posted by: Patricia Bishop Obrist (ID *****7861) Date: November 30, 2006 at 10:11:33
In Reply to: Re: DEGUIRE Family ca 1810 by Adda Poupel of 265

Adda, the Dequire family website must be mistaken on ***this*** Matilda DEQUIRE. I have solid proof from Church recordsof her marriage and death. (see the end of the file!)

Descendants of Louis {Deguire dit} Larose

Generation No. 1

1. LOUIS DEGUIRE DIT2 LAROSE (ANDRE DEGUIRE DIT1) was born 26 October 1773 in Ste. Genevieve Dist., Upper Louisiana Territory, and died 1863 in Ste. Genevieve, MO. He married MARIE DODGE 13 November 1798 in Ste. Genevieve Dist., Upper Louisiana Territory. She was born 1783, and died February 1821.
       
Children of LOUIS LAROSE and MARIE DODGE are:
       i.       LOUIS3 DEGUIRE, b. 17 October 1799, Ste. Genevieve Dist., Upper Louisiana Territory; d. 09 March 1825, Perry Co., MO1.
       ii.       THEOTISTE DEGUIRE, b. August 1801, Ste. Genevieve Dist., Upper Louisiana Territory; m. FRANCIS BEQUETTE, 22 February 1819, Ste. Genevieve Dist., Upper Louisiana Territory.
iii.       MATILDA DEGUIRE, born 17 April 1805, Ste. Genevieve District, Upper Louisiana Terr.; died 15 March 1825, Perry Co., MO1; married PETERJOSEPH TUCKER, 20 January 1824, Perry Co., MO2; b. 11 January 1802, Illinois (en route)3; d. 16 January 1880, Perry Co., MO4.


More About PETERJOSEPH TUCKER :{my ancestor, with his second spouse, Eleanor SIMMS… pbo}
Bapt. Sponsors: Thomas TUCKER, Frances DRURY
Baptism: 23 September 1802, Ste. Genevieve Church Records4
Burial: Mt. Hope Cemetery, Perryville, MO Row 20, stone 05
Church Affiliation: Catholic, a note by Peter's name in the 1846 parish census: very good!
Occupation: farmer; appointed road overseer fro Perryville to Bailey's landing, 1834 by Cty


Sources:

1. Callier, Carl, CM, Funeral Statistics, Vol. 1, (St. Mary's Seminary, Perryville, MO, 1989).
2. Callier, Rev. Carl., C. M., Marriages of St. Mary's of the Barrens, (St. Mary's Seminary, Perryville, MO, July 1989), p. # 20.
3. Western Historical Manuscript Collection, Hist. Society of MO. Columbia, MO, Ste. Genevieve Church Records Baptisms 1786-1820, (From microfilm of original record.), MCF, p. 369 has an alternate date 11 Jan. 1802.
4. Tombstone photographed: Mt. Hope Cemetery
5. Ste. Genevieve Parish Rec. 1759-1811.

See also the work of Darrell Vessell, a very good researcher.

Patricia Bishop Obrist


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