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Judith Caillot was married on the day after Christmas, 1828 [Madison MR A:44], to Louis Deguire, 29-year-old son of Louis and Marie (Dodge) Deguire. He died less than five years later. On Feb. 6, 1833 [Madison MR A:102], Judith was married again to 33-year-old Francis Aubuchon , himself a widower. This marriage was performed by Rev. J.F. Brasseur, priest at St. Michael's, and witnessed by a host of friends and relatives, including J.B., R.B. and J.B.V. St. Gemme, Paul Deguire, Simon Aubuchon, W.H. Brookes, Weisla Calliot, and Pelagie Chevallier.
It is from:Nicholas Caillot LaChance ManuscriptNicolas Caillot dit Lachance fils, who had contracted a marriage to Judith Boyer .... Simon Aubuchon, W.H. Brookes, Weisla Calliot, and Pelagie Chevallier. ...
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