LeBOEUF


MARIE FRANCOISE LeBOEUF:
b: 1778 or before & was the daughter of Marie Catherine LeFrance and Phillip LeBoeuf (dit LaFlamme) who were natives of Prarie DuChien

d: 2 December 1808 -

m: 1 Nov 1792 - dau. of deceased Phillipe & deceased Marie Lafrance of Praire Du Cheins in Canada now in Cahokia for 2 years to Delorme, Hubert son of Jean & Louise Prignon native of Trois River in Canada.

Children: 

Hubert

Dennis

Celeste

Susan

John Baptiste

Louison 



PHILLIP LeBOEUF: (dit LaFlamme) -
b: ?1750?
d: before 1790

m: Marie Catherine LeFrance - (November23, 1790 - By us, the undersigned missionary priest, was buried in the cemetery of this parish the body of Marie-Catherine LaFrance, widow of Phillipe LaBoeuf, deceased the preceding day, fortified with all the Sacraments of the Church, aged about 45 years.........)

Children:

Marie Francoise - b: ?1772? - d: 2 Dec. 1808 - m: 1792 Hubert Delorme

Phillipe - b:        d:         m: 10 Dec. 1795 Ann Fitzgerald 10 Dec. 1795 Prairie Du Rocher, Ill.

  

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Ste. Genevieve Archives:

LeBeuf, Jacques - file 389, 394

LeBeuf, Mr. - file 137

 

From Belleville, Ill. Library:

Ten Year Index:

Leboeuf:

3 -3 - 224

3 - 4 - 164, 168, 172

6 - 4 - 161 - 163

LeBoeuf, LaFlam:

4 - 3 - 115, 118, 112, 132, 137

 

Cahokia Public Library - Card Index File

1772 - Signed for bride "Philippe LeBoeuf (called LaFlame) Uncle - wedding Mary Josephte Lamarche to Joseph Lamgdoc, Jan. 16, 1772

Joseph Lamgdoc married Mary Josephte Lamarche, daughter of the late Jacque Lamarche called Baredeau & Mary Josephte (also Josepte, Joseph) Larcheveque (also Larchevesque, Larchesques) Cahokia, Jan. 16, 1772.  Witnesses included, mother Stepfather Charles LeBoeuf & Philippe LeBoeuf (called LaFlame (uncle).

1774 - Marianne La France - Witness for bride at marriage of Joseph Giroux & Angelilque Lamarche.  "Marianne LaFrance (wife of Philippe LeBoeuf, called Laflamme, signed Marianne Laflame) July 23, 1774

1779 - Marie Josephe Larcheveque - Marie Josette (also Jesephe) Larcheveque, a resident of Cahokia, widow of Charles LeBoeuf (called Laflamme) daughter of Augustin Larcheveque, & Marie Magdelene Reaume, Kaskaskia, May 13, 1779.  Married Thomas Brady.

1783  - Heads of families - Cahokia: Marianne LeBoeuf widow - List of heads of families at Cahokia, Pr. du pont & the American settlements of present County of St. Clair who were heads of families in 1783: widow Phillip Lefoeuf

1783 - LaFlamme, Philippe (see Philippe LeBoeuf) - May 8, 1783 - "Petition presented in court by P.L. showing that there never was made in fact any inventory of the property left by his father, the late Charles LaFlamme, when Marie Joseph Larche' entered into second marriage, since his age did not permit him to look after his own interest."

1787, August 27, census of the inhabitants & their male children of the parish of Cahokia in the Illinois:

Plilipe Le Boeuf (Three families of this name settled early in lower Canada)
Louis Leboeuf
Bazile Leboeuf

1795 - A child of Mdme. Philipe LeBoeuf, aged around one year, buried Sept. 5, 1795

 

 

The Descendants & Ancestors of Joseph Sansouci & Marie Rouleau:

Marie Charlotte LeBoeuf was buried on 31 Oct. 1801 in Cahokia, Ill at the Church of the Holy Family at the age of 50 years.

 

Marie Josephte (Josette) Esther L’Arche (L’Archeveque) born at St. Joseph c.1733, baptised there Jan. 1, 1734. She married [1] Jacques Bariso de la Marche; they had children including three sons still living at Cahokia in 1790, but he died after July 1756, and she then married [2] Charles le Boeuf dit La Flamme; they had children who were minors at his death, date unknown; two of them were living at Cahokia in 1790. As the wife of La Flamme she might have lived at Chicagou in 1763, when there were “a few French families” present, but they were at Cahokia by 1772 when her daughter married Joseph Languedoc there. She married [3] Thomas Brady of Cahokia, marriage contract June 8, 1779; her son Philippe La Flamme came of age about 1783, and Esther (as she often appeared in St. Joseph church records) seems to have been alive then. But she was certainly dead by Oct. 1, 1794, the date on which Brady’s second (?) wife, Josephine Charlier, was buried at Cahokia. Reynolds could not have known Esther, who died when he was but a child.
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