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180. Johann Ludwig Georg6 IMHOFF (child of Johann, #360);[755],[756] born 18 Jan 1753 at Wolfenbuttel, Braunschweig (Brunswick), Holy Roman Empire (Germany);[243],[757] married Mary (--?--) (see #181) circa 1786;[758],[759] married Jane McIlvaine;[760] died 5 Mar 1819 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada), at age 66.[243]

He may have begun military service circa 1776 perhaps arriving in Québec with Prince Ludwig's Dragoon Regiment, also known as the Brunswick Dragoons.[761] He ended military service on 6 Jun 1783; on his discharge from Hessian forces.[762] He was also known as Lewis Imhaugh.[763] Ludwig (Lewis) Imhoff, soldier, petitioned for 2 lots 100 ac. each at the New Lake, dated New Carlisle in the District of Gaspe, 1790.[764] On 12 Feb 1791, Ludwig (Louis) a private, discharged from the Brunswick Dragoons had petitioned for lots 10, and 12 adjacent to Cox Lake in the township of Cox, and lot 11 in same Twp. Had a wife and one child.[765] Lewis and Janet had 3 children: Janet (b.1807 m. Rafter, d. 1832), Lewis, and William (1805-1825).[766] In 1816, Lewis declared the following, recorded in a RELIEF BOOK for residents of New Carlisle and area: Lewis Imhough, resident of Cox. Age 63 has a wife and 3 children by present marriage as well as 3 children by a former marriage. Served with General Nichols for 7 years during the American Rebellion.[767] In Mar 1819, Ludwig's estate was valued at £136-7-6 by the court, petitioned by 2nd wife Janet, and son John.[768]

Children of Johann Ludwig Georg6 Imhoff and Mary (--?--) (see #181) were as follows:

  • 90. i. John5 Imhoff.

  • ii. James Imhoff;[266],[266] born 5 Nov 1790;[243] baptized 7 Nov 1821 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); by Richard Knagg, witnessed by John Curdue, Eleanor Knagg, where James was "son of Louis & Mary lately of New Carlisle."[769]

  • iii. Mary Imhoff;[266],[266] born 27 Jun 1797;[413] married Edward Powers.[252]

    In the 1816 book of relief, it was recorded of Edward Powers: "Resident of Cox; is married to the daughter of Lewis Imbaugh (Imhoff) . Served as a soldier for 20 years and 3 months with the ROYAL NEWFOUNDLAND FENCIBLES and saw action at the BATTLE OF YORK. Expects to receive 3 years rations next spring."[770] She appeared on the census of 1861 at Hope Town, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Mary Powers (68) was a widow, living in a 1-story frame house.[771]

181. Mary6 (--?--); married Johann Ludwig Georg Imhoff (see #180), son of Johann Jurgen Imhoff and Sophia Elisabeth Bacholz, circa 1786.[758],[759]



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    182. Louis6 BECKER-DIT-BLONDIN (child of Johann, #364);[772],[773] baptized 6 May 1777 at Notre-Dame de Québec, Québec City, Québec, British America;[774] married Ann Helen McKenzie (see #183), daughter of Patrick McKenzie and Helen Hair, 1 Oct 1800 at Percé, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); by L. J. Desjardins;[252],[775] died 26 Dec 1801 at Île Bonaventure, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada), at age 24.[776],[777]

    Children of Louis6 Becker-dit-Blondin and Ann Helen McKenzie (see #183) were:

    183. Ann Helen6 MCKENZIE (child of Patrick, #366);[778],[779] born circa 1782 at Québec, British America;[780] married Louis Becker-dit-Blondin (see #182), son of Johann Jacob Becker-dit-Blondin and Marie Anne David, 1 Oct 1800 at Percé, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); by L. J. Desjardins;[252],[775] married William Adams;[252] died "aged 87 years" 29 Jan 1870 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada;[781] buried 1 Feb 1870 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, by George Milne, in the presence of Martin Sheppard Esq., her son-in-law, and Amasa Bebee; where Ann was widow of William Adams, tailor.[781]

    Ann and William had at least four children: Jane Adams (m. 1837 Martin Sheppard), Helen Adams (m. 1843 Hugh Assels), Ann Adams (b.c. 1818), and Margaret Adams (b.c. 1822), perhaps more.[782],[783] She and William Adams appeared on the census of 1831 at Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where William was a land-owning farmer (Ann was not named) with a family of 13, of Church of Scotland.[784] She and William Adams appeared on the census of 1861 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where William Adams (77) had died that year, with Ann Adams (79) a widow, Ann Adams (43), Margaret Adams (39), and Sarah Ann Rae (16), a house servant living in a 1-story frame house.[785]



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      184. Benjamin6 WHEELER (child of Joseph, #368);[786],[787] born circa 1730 at Durham, New Hampshire, British America;[788] married Elizabeth Burnham (see #185), daughter of Robert Burnham and Elizabeth Smith, 23 Apr 1760 at Durham, Strafford Co., New Hampshire, British America; by Rev. John Adams;[789] died killed by an Indian for money he carried in his belt circa 1784 at Wheelersborough (Hampden), Penobscot Co., Maine, United States of America.[790]

      He and Elizabeth Burnham lived in 1765 at Gardners Town, Lincoln Co., Massachusetts Bay, British America; as a blacksmith.[791] "He... settled near the mouth of the Sowadabscook... was a carpenter, and soon had sufficient house and outbuildings put up for himself, which he followed by the erection of mills [1776]... A number of early settlers came... They experienced some annoyance and fear from the threats and menaces of the Indians; but were not driven away until after they were disturbed by the movements of the British up the river, following the defeat... at the Castine peninsula [1779], and abandoned their homes and fled with our soldiers and sailors... Most of them returned in 1783."[792],[793] "He removed to Maine about 1767 and was one of the first settlers at Hampden, ME, where he built and ran a saw and grist mill, which was at first called Wheelersboro after him."[794],[795] He lived between 1767 and 1772 at Penobscot Co., Maine, British America; as the area's first settler.[796]

      Children of Benjamin6 Wheeler and Elizabeth Burnham (see #185) were as follows:

      • i. Sarah5 Wheeler;[575],[575] born 30 Jan 1761 at Durham, New Hampshire, British America;[797] married General John Crosby.[798]

      • ii. Benjamin Wheeler;[575],[575] born 1 Jan 1763 at Durham, New Hampshire, British America;[799] married Joanna (--?--);[800] died "aged 44" 8 May 1806 at Hampden, Maine, United States of America, at age 43;[801],[802] buried at Old Burying Ground, Hampden, Maine, United States of America, "In memory of / Mr. Benjamin wheeler / of Hampden / who died May 8th 1806 / in the 44th year / of his age."[803]

        Benjamin and Joanna had 8 children: Elizabeth Wheeler, b. Nov. 4, 1786, d. Jan. 6, 1820; Hannah Wheeler, b. Aug. 2, 1788, d. Aug. 8, 1870; Benjamin Wheeler, b. Apr 29, 1790, d. Oct. 14, 1807; Joel Wheeler, b. May 24, 1792; William Wheeler, b. March 7, 1794. Lost At sea July 26, 1818; Robert Burnham Wheeler, b. April 6, 1796; Drowned June 6, 1811; Crosby Wheeler, b. Feb. 27, 1798. Lost at sea June 23, 1823; Joanna Crosby Wheeler, b. March 17, 1800, d. Oct., 1872.[804] He ran his father's saw and grist mills.[805]

      • iii. Joseph Wheeler;[575],[575] born circa 1766;[806] married Margaret (--?--).[807]

      • iv. Polly Wheeler;[575],[575] born 6 Sep 1768;[808] married Amos Hardy.[809]

      • v. Robert Burnham Wheeler;[575],[575] born 8 Mar 1770 at Wheelersborough (Hampden), Maine, British America;[810] married Rebecca Sears 12 Oct 1797.[811]

        "He is said to have been the first white child born on the Penobscot River above Castine, Me. He was a wharf builder by trade, and built the famous "Long Wharf" at Hampden, Me., near which the U. S. frigate John Adams was blown up to keep her from falling into the hands of the British. He was a Major in the militia and was present at the battle of Hampden."[804] Robert and Rebecca had 11 children: David Sears Wkeeler, b. Aug, 17, 1798; Joseph Wheeler, b. May 31, 1800; Robert Burnham Wheeler, b. Dec. 23, 1801; Phebe Sears Wheeler, b. July 17, 1803; d. July 18, 1803; Willard Wheeler, b. Sept. 3, 1804; Catherine Sears Wheeler, b. April 7, 1806; d. March 13, 1876; Dulcia Aurilla Wheeler, b. Dec 12, 1808; d. Aug. 26, 1856; Benjamin Crosby Wheeler, b. 1811; d. Feb. 12, 1838; Jonathan Wheeler, who died young; Jotham Sewall Wheeler, who died young; Joanna Crosby Wheeler, b. 1818; d. Dec. 24, 1877.[812]

      • vi. Daniel Wheeler;[575],[575] born at Wheelersborough (Hampden), Maine, British America;[813] married Fannie Haskins 1801.[814]

        He operated a carding mill at Hampden, Me.[815] Daniel and Fannie had 8 children: Sarah Crosby Wheeler, b. Dec. 1, 1802; d. June 11, 1841; Nancy Rice Wheeler, b. Aug. 16, 1806; Daniel Wheeler; Benjamin Wheeler; Jonathan Wheeler, who died at New Orleans, La., c. 1845; Romilus Wheeler, drowned in his youth; Fanny Wheeler, d. 1857; Mary Abbey Wheeler, who died at New Orleans, La.[816]

      • 92. vii. John Wheeler.

      185. Elizabeth6 BURNHAM (child of Robert, #370);[817],[818] born 27 May 1724 at Durham, Strafford Co., New Hampshire, British America;[819],[820] married Benjamin Wheeler (see #184), son of Joseph Wheeler and Mary Drew, 23 Apr 1760 at Durham, Strafford Co., New Hampshire, British America; by Rev. John Adams;[789] died before 1811 at Hampden, Maine, United States of America.[821]

      She and Benjamin Wheeler lived in 1765 at Gardners Town, Lincoln Co., Massachusetts Bay, British America; as a blacksmith.[791]



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        186. Simeon6 GORTON; born circa 1750 at Connecticut, British America;[822],[823] married Catherine Rice after 1802;[824],[825] died "aged 78" 28 May 1828 at Hampden, Maine, United States of America.[826]

        In 1770, Simeon Gorton arrived on the banks of the Penobscot River from Connecticut.[827] He lived in 1774 at Orrington, Maine, British America; on 100 acres, this being the east side of the Penobscot River.[828] Simeon Gorton first settled in Orrington, then in Hampden, where he served as constable and deputy sheriff.[829] He lived on 1 Jun 1776 at Orrington, Maine, British America.[830] He lived in 1778 at Wheelersborough (Hampden), Maine, United States of America; when chosen by the the inhabitants of the west side of the Penobscot River to be one of several collectors, and lived closer to the Sowadabscook Stream.[831] Wheelersborough was renamed Hampden in 1794.[571] He left a will on 14 Jan 1817; which gave to his wife Catherine, daughter Priscilla Dennett, (?) James, Elizabeth Kendall, Wealthy Wheeler, Matilda Myrick, and son Simeon Rice Gorton.[832]

        Children of Simeon6 Gorton and an unknown spouse were as follows:

        • i. Priscilla5 Gorton;[833] born 25 Dec 1775 at Wheelersborough (Hampden), Maine, British America;[834] married (--?--) Dennet.[835]

        • ii. James Gorton;[836] born 6 Nov 1777 at Wheelersborough (Hampden), Maine, United States of America;[837] married Sybbil Dudley 24 Jan 1804 at Hampden, Maine, United States of America.[838]

          He and Sybbil Dudley appeared on the census of 1837 at Hampden, Maine, United States of America; where James Gorton, Sybbil Gorton, and children James Jr. Gorton, John Gorton, Sybil Gorton, Elisabeth Gorton, Edwin Gorton, Permelia Gorton were present.[839]

        • 93. iii. Wealthea Ann Gorton.

        • iv. Elizabeth Gorton;[836] born 19 Jun 1781 at Wheelersborough (Hampden), Maine, United States of America;[837] married (--?--) Kendall.[824]

        • v. Matilda Gorton;[836] born 13 Dec 1783 at Wheelersborough (Hampden), Maine, United States of America;[837] married (--?--) Myrick.[824]

          She appeared on the census of 1837 at Hampden, Middlesex Co., Maine, United States of America; where Matilda Myrick lived alone.[840]



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        360. Johann Jurgen7 IMHOFF; married Sophia Elisabeth Bacholz (see #361), daughter of Johann Christoph Bacholz, 10 Sep 1748 at Wolfenbuttel, Braunschweig (Brunswick), Holy Roman Empire (Germany);[841] died 18 May 1757.[842]

        Children of Johann Jurgen7 Imhoff and Sophia Elisabeth Bacholz (see #361) both born at Wolfenbuttel, Braunschweig (Brunswick), Holy Roman Empire (Germany), were as follows:

        • 180. i. Johann Ludwig Georg6 Imhoff.

        • ii. Elias Frederich Christian Imhoff;[843],[843] born 14 May 1755.[844]

          Friedrich Imhoff, age 28/00 also born at Braunschweig, deserted and served with the (American) enemy.[845]

        361. Sophia Elisabeth7 BACHOLZ (child of Johann, #722);[846] married Johann Jurgen Imhoff (see #360) 10 Sep 1748 at Wolfenbuttel, Braunschweig (Brunswick), Holy Roman Empire (Germany).[841]



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          364. Johann Jacob7 BECKER-DIT-BLONDIN (child of Matthias Becker, #728);[847],[848] christened 16 Apr 1729 at Herz Jesu Katholisch (Heart of Jesus Catholic), Ettlingen, Baden, Holy Roman Empire (Germany);[849],[850],[851] married Marie Anne David (see #365), daughter of Jean David and Françoise Olivier, 1 Sep 1766 at Notre-Dame de Québec, Québec City, Québec, British America; where Johann was "Jean Beckre dt Blondin natif de la ville de Wislock en allemagne..." son of Mathieu Becker and Francoise Vichatin, and Marie Jeanne David was of Gaspé, daughter of Jean David, and Françoise Olivier;[758],[852],[853] died aged 88 9 Apr 1817 at Percé, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada), at age 87.[854],[855]

          He lived at Wiesloch, Baden, Holy Roman Empire (Germany); at some point before travelling to Québec.[856] "Johann may have joined the French army, most likely the Régiment d'infanterie de la Reine... Witnesses for the Becker-David wedding: 'reveals a deep military connection to the regiments serving at Quebec in the Seven Years War. These regiments were Béarn, Berry, La Sarre (Saarland), La Reine, and Languedoc' It is not clear whether Johann was in the army as a soldier, or practising his trade, tailoring."[857] He was a tailor in 1803 at Percé, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada).[858]

          Children of Johann Jacob7 Becker-dit-Blondin and Marie Anne David (see #365) were as follows:

          • i. Jean Baptiste6 Becker-dit-Blondin;[859],[859] baptized 26 Jun 1767 at Notre-Dame de Québec, Québec City, Québec, British America;[860] married Marguerite Roussin 2 Feb 1801 at St. Thomas, Montmagny, Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where groom was named Jean Baptiste Becker dit Blondin, master tailor;[861],[862] died 1853 at Percé, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[863] buried 20 Nov 1853 at St-Michel, Percé, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada).[864]

            Jean Baptiste and Marguerite had seven children: Marie Marguerite Eusebe Becker dit Blondin b.30 Oct 1801, d. 24 Feb 1802, Montmagny, QC; Bibiane Becker dit Blondin, b.28 Nov 1802; Jean Baptiste Becker dit Blondin b.28 Nov 1802; Fabien Becker dit Blondin b.1803, Percé, QC, d. 19 Nov 1877; Percé, QC; Basilice Becker dit Blondin b.03 Sep 1804, Montmagny, QC, Canada, d. 22 Sep 1828, Montmagny, QC, Canada; Jean Becker dit Blondin b.1807, d. 10 Dec 1808 Montmagny, QC, Canada; Olympe Becker dit Blondin b.c. 1809, d. 16 Dec 1844.[865]

          • ii. Josette (Johanna) Becker-dit-Blondin;[859],[859] born 3 Jun 1769 at Québec City, Québec, British America;[866] baptized 4 Jun 1769 at Notre-Dame de Québec, Québec City, Québec, British America; where name recorded "Joseph;"[866] married William Moloney 21 Aug 1787 at Bonaventure Co., Québec, British North America (Canada);[867] married Jean DeLaCour 1812.[861]

            She was also known as Josette BECKER e.g. at her 1787 marriage.[868] Josette and William had 10 children born in Percé: Andrew Moloney, b. 25 Nov 1788, d. EST 1808; William Moloney, b. 07 Aug 1790, d. 04 Mar 1864; Mary Moloney, b. 19 Aug 1792, d. 16 May 1859; Johanna Moloney, b. 29 Dec 1794, d. 09 Jun 1826; Catherine Moloney, b. 12 Feb 1797, d. Québec; Bridget `Biddy` Moloney, b. 01 Mar 1799, d. 05 Dec 1857; Helena Moloney, b. EST 1801, d. 25 Aug 1892; Elizabeth `Betsy` Moloney, b. 08 Sep 1803, d. 13 Oct 1892; Jean Moloney, b. 25 Apr 1806; Thomas Moloney, b. 28 Apr 1809, d. 31 Dec 1884.[869]

          • iii. Joseph Amable Becker-dit-Blondin;[870],[870] born 8 Jun 1771 at Québec City, Québec, British America;[871] baptized 9 Jun 1771 at Notre-Dame de Québec, Québec City, Québec, British America;[871] died Dec 1772 at Québec City, Québec, British America, at age 1;[872] buried 4 Dec 1772 at Notre-Dame de Québec, Québec City, Québec, British America, "aged 18 mo."[873]

          • iv. Marie Geneviève Becker-dit-Blondin;[859],[859] baptized 30 Jan 1773 at Notre-Dame de Québec, Québec City, Québec, British America;[874] married Daniel LeLièvre 1789 at Bonaventure Co., Québec, British North America (Canada);[875] died 1810 at Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada).[876]

            Marie and Daniel had 6 children in Petit-Rivière near Restigouche: Jean LeLièvre, b. 30 May 1790; Daniel LeLièvre, b. 02 Jan 1792, b. 12 Aug 1793; Louis Daniel LeLièvre, b. 25 Oct 1794, d. 30 Mar 1865; Thomas LeLièvre, b. 03 Feb 1797; Angélique LeLièvre, b. 04 Oct 1799.

            [869]

          • v. Pierre Joseph Becker-dit-Blondin;[859],[859] baptized 19 Mar 1775 at Notre-Dame de Québec, Québec City, Québec, British America;[877] died "aged 18 mo" 1776 at Québec City, Québec, British America;[878] buried 13 Nov 1776 at Notre-Dame de Québec, Québec City, Québec, British America.[879]

          • 182. vi. Louis Becker-dit-Blondin.

          • vii. Angèlique Marie Becker-dit-Blondin;[859],[859] baptized 11 Jan 1779 at Notre-Dame de Québec, Québec City, Québec, British America;[880] married John Morrissey 6 Oct 1802 at St-Michel, Percé, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[881] died 1851 at Île Bonaventure, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[850] buried 28 May 1851 at St-Michel, Percé, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada).[882]

            Angelique and John had 8 children at Île Bonaventure: Helena Morrissey, b. 25 Aug 1803, d. 05 Nov 1828; Genevieve `Jennie` Morrissey, b. 22 Dec 1806, d. 20 Jun 1871; Margaret Morrissey, b. 1809, d. 23 Oct 1888; Mary Ann Morrissey, b. 25 Apr 1812, d. 06 Apr 1846; Sara Mary Morrissey, b. 20 Jun 1815, d. 07 Jul 1898; Harriet Morrissey, b. 20 May 1818, d. 1883; Suzanne Morrissey, b. 18 May 1821, d. 1854; and Jean `John` Morrissey, b. 27 Nov 1826, d. 15 Nov 1896.[883]

          • viii. Marguerite Becker-dit-Blondin;[859],[859] born 25 Dec 1780 at Notre-Dame de Québec, Québec City, Québec, British America;[884] married François Dubois 20 Aug 1796 at Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Marguerite lived in Percé, surnamed Becker;[885] died "age 69" 11 May 1848 at Percé, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada), at age 67.[886]

            Marguerite and François had 9 children in Percé: François DuBois, b. 04 Feb 1797; Marguerite DuBois, b. 08 Jul 1799, d. 11 Feb 1842; Louis DuBois, b. 22 Feb 1803; Jean DuBois, b. 11 Jan 1805, d. 04 Jun 1885; Michel DuBois, b. 01 May 1807; François DuBois, b. 02 Feb 1811, d. 06 Mar 1876; Charlotte DuBois, b. 03 May 1815, d. 05 Jun 1883; Théophile DuBois, b. 09 Mar 1819; and Marie Anne DuBois, b. 02 May 1823.[887]

          • ix. François Becker-dit-Blondin;[859],[859] born circa 1783 at Québec, British America;[888] died 1803 at Percé, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[889] buried 25 Dec 1803 at Percé, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada), aged 20½.[890]

          • x. Joseph Becker-dit-Blondin;[859],[859] born circa 1783 at Québec, British America;[891] married Judith Steiber 18 Oct 1810 at St. Bonaventure Parish, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[892] died 1858 at Percé, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[893] buried 8 Oct 1858 at St-Michel, Percé, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada), "aged 75."[894]

            Joseph and Judith had 15 children in Percé and Île Bonaventure: Jean Baptiste Becker dit Blondin, b. 22 Jun 1811, d. 26 Nov 1877; François Xavier Becker dit Blondin, b. 09 Jul 1812, d. 02 Aug 1888; Bibiane `Julienne` Becker dit Blondin, b. 10 Oct 1813, d. 07 Nov 1901; William Becker dit Blondin, b. 10 Oct 1813; Marguerite Berthe Becker dit Blondin, b. 11 Mar 1815, d. 11 May 1879; Louis Becker dit Blondin, b. 08 Sep 1816, d. 15 Jun 1818; William Becker dit Blondin, b. 25 May 1817; Olympe Becker dit Blondin, b. 01 Oct 1819, d. 11 Jul 1868; Angélique Becker dit Blondin, b. EST 11 Aug 1820, d. 17 Apr 1904; Joseph Becker dit Blondin, b. 22 May 1823; Geneviève Jeanne Becker dit Blondin, b. 23 Dec 1825, d. 10 Jul 1909; Marie Becker dit Blondin, b. 29 Jul 1827, d. 29 May 1915; Charlotte Becker dit Blondin b. 14 Jun 1829, d. 1856; Elisabeth Becker dit Blondin b. 10 Jun 1831, d. 1865; and Fabien (Flavien) Becker dit Blondin b. 01 Nov 1834, d. 10 Dec 1836.[883]

          365. Marie Anne7 DAVID (child of Jean, #730);[895],[896] born circa 1746;[897] married Johann Jacob Becker-dit-Blondin (see #364), son of Matthias or Joannes Becker and Anna Maria Fischerin, 1 Sep 1766 at Notre-Dame de Québec, Québec City, Québec, British America; where Johann was "Jean Beckre dt Blondin natif de la ville de Wislock en allemagne..." son of Mathieu Becker and Francoise Vichatin, and Marie Jeanne David was of Gaspé, daughter of Jean David, and Françoise Olivier;[758],[852],[853] died aged 89 12 May 1835 at Percé, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada).[898]



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            366. Patrick7 MCKENZIE (child of Lawrence, #732);[899],[900] married Helen Hair (see #367).[901]

            Children of Patrick7 McKenzie and Helen Hair (see #367) were:

            367. Helen7 HAIR; married Patrick McKenzie (see #366), son of Lawrence McKenzie and Mary Craig.[901]



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              368. Joseph7 WHEELER (child of John, #736);[902],[903] born 1697 at Durham, New Hampshire, British America;[904],[905] married Mary Drew (see #369), daughter of John Drew, 11 Feb 1724/25; by Rev. Hugh Adams;[906],[907],[908] died circa 1765 at Durham, New Hampshire, British America.[909]

              He lived in 1719 at Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts Bay, British America; and was a tailor.[910] He and Mary Drew lived between 1722 and 1760 at Durham, New Hampshire, British America; and was a tailor.[911],[912],[913]

              Children of Joseph7 Wheeler and Mary Drew (see #369) were as follows:

              369. Mary7 DREW (child of John, #738);[916] married Joseph Wheeler (see #368), son of John Wheeler and Elizabeth Perkins, 11 Feb 1724/25; by Rev. Hugh Adams.[906],[907],[908]

              She and Joseph Wheeler lived between 1722 and 1760 at Durham, New Hampshire, British America; and was a tailor.[911],[912],[913]



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                370. Robert7 BURNHAM (child of Jeremiah, #740);[917],[918] married Elizabeth Smith (see #371), daughter of Captain John Smith and Susanna Chesley, 14 May 1714;[919] died before 30 Jul 1760.[920]

                Children of Robert7 Burnham and Elizabeth Smith (see #371) were as follows:

                • i. Susanna6 Burnham;[921],[921] born 1 Mar 1715/16;[922] married Joseph Hanson.[923]

                • ii. Robert Burnham;[924],[924] born 31 Aug 1718.[925]

                • iii. Hannah Burnham;[926],[926] baptized 29 Dec 1723;[927] married Valentine Mathes.[928]

                • 185. iv. Elizabeth Burnham.

                • v. Winthrop Burnham;[929],[929] baptized 24 Sep 1727;[930] married Meriel Adams 6 Aug 1754;[931] died circa 1755.[930]

                371. Elizabeth7 SMITH (child of John, #742);[932],[933] born 1 Aug 1697;[934],[935] married Robert Burnham (see #370), son of Jeremiah Burnham and Temperance Bickford, 14 May 1714.[919]



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                  722. Johann Christoph8 BACHOLZ.

                  Children of Johann Christoph8 Bacholz and an unknown spouse were:



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                  728. Matthias or Joannes8 BECKER (child of Tobias, #1456);[936] married Anna Maria Fischerin (see #729), daughter of Johann Adam Fischerin, 3 Feb 1716 at Herz Jesu Katholisch (Heart of Jesus Catholic), Ettlingen, Baden, Holy Roman Empire (Germany).[937],[938],[939]

                  He was also known as Joannes Becker.[940] He was also known as Matthias Becker.[941] Johannes and Anna Maria had seven children in Ettlingen, Baden: Johann Becker, b. 07 Jul 1718; Maria Margaretha Becker b. 03 Sep 1720; Anna Maria Becker, b. 20 Apr 1724 d.c. 20 Jan 1770; Johann Jacob Becker (dit Blondin) b. 16 Apr 1729; Maria Barbara Becker, b. 17 Jul 1731; Johann Adam Becker, b. 25 Feb 1735 d.c. 12 Apr 1774; Maria Magdalena Becker, b. 09 Feb 1738.

                  [887]

                  Children of Matthias or Joannes8 Becker and Anna Maria Fischerin (see #729) were:

                  729. Anna Maria8 FISCHERIN (child of Johann, #1458);[942] married Matthias or Joannes Becker (see #728), son of Tobias Becker, 3 Feb 1716 at Herz Jesu Katholisch (Heart of Jesus Catholic), Ettlingen, Baden, Holy Roman Empire (Germany).[937],[938],[939]

                  She was also known as Francois Vichetin.[943] Johannes and Anna Maria had seven children in Ettlingen, Baden: Johann Becker, b. 07 Jul 1718; Maria Margaretha Becker b. 03 Sep 1720; Anna Maria Becker, b. 20 Apr 1724 d.c. 20 Jan 1770; Johann Jacob Becker (dit Blondin) b. 16 Apr 1729; Maria Barbara Becker, b. 17 Jul 1731; Johann Adam Becker, b. 25 Feb 1735 d.c. 12 Apr 1774; Maria Magdalena Becker, b. 09 Feb 1738.

                  [887]



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                    730. Jean8 DAVID; married Françoise Olivier (see #731).[937]

                    Jean and François had 5 children in Pabos, Québec: Marie Anne David, b.c. 1746, d. 12 May 1835; Marguerite David, b. 15 Jan 1753; Marie David, b.c. 1755, d. 08 Oct 1816; Marie Jeanne David, b.c. 1756, d. 16 May 1822; and François David, b.c. 1759, d. 22 Apr 1842.

                    [887] He and Françoise Olivier appeared on the census of 1761 at Pabos, Québec, British America; where it was recorded "man, wife, son, 3 daughters."[887] He and Françoise Olivier appeared on the census of 1765 at Pabos, Québec, British America; where "5 in family, man, woman, 1 boy, 3 girls."[887]

                    Children of Jean8 David and Françoise Olivier (see #731) were:

                    731. Françoise8 OLIVIER; married Jean David (see #730).[937]

                    She was also known as Françoise Michel dit Olivier.[944] Jean and François had 5 children in Pabos, Québec: Marie Anne David, b.c. 1746, d. 12 May 1835; Marguerite David, b. 15 Jan 1753; Marie David, b.c. 1755, d. 08 Oct 1816; Marie Jeanne David, b.c. 1756, d. 16 May 1822; and François David, b.c. 1759, d. 22 Apr 1842.

                    [887] She and Jean David appeared on the census of 1761 at Pabos, Québec, British America; where it was recorded "man, wife, son, 3 daughters."[887] She and Jean David appeared on the census of 1765 at Pabos, Québec, British America; where "5 in family, man, woman, 1 boy, 3 girls."[887]



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                      732. Lawrence8 MCKENZIE; born circa 1740 at Ireland;[945],[946] married Mary Craig (see #733);[861] died "aged 67" 17 Mar 1807 at Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada).[883]

                      It has been recorded that "Lawrence McKenzie, UE claim, 1783 at Machiche. Native of Ireland, emigrated in 1750, lived 14 years at Skeensborough NY. A Protestant, he abjured shortly before his death."[947] Lawrence and Mary had six children, beginning in New York, to Trois-Rivières in 1781, and New Carlisle by 1789: Patrick McKenzie, b.EST 1767, d.New Carlisle, QC; Eleanor McKenzie, b.c. 1770, d.27 Sep 1827; Margaret McKenzie, b.EST 1772, d.c. 1830; Sarah McKenzie, b.09 Jul 1781; Ann McKenzie, b.c. 1783, d.1870; Brigid McKenzie, b.19 Jan 1789.[883]

                      Children of Lawrence8 McKenzie and Mary Craig (see #733) were:

                      733. Mary8 CRAIG; married Lawrence McKenzie (see #732).[861]


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