Descendants of Joseph JOANETTE and Marie Josephe FLEURY

Joseph JOANETTE was born in 1690 in France and emigrated to New France. He married Marie Josephe FLEURY in 1735 in Saint-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec. They raised a family of at least twelve children in Saint-Laurent.
Joseph and Marie's ggg grandson, Joseph "Rene" LEFEBVRE apparently had a fleeting relationship with Euphemia SAUNDERS resulting in a daughter Jean being born out of wedlock in Port Elgin on November 24, 1915. Jean was adopted by Daunt and Louisa METCALFE of Greenock Township, Bruce County and they named their chosen daughter Florence Mae METCALFE.

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View of Montreal from the St. Lawrence, circa 1750.

Katherine VANDERPLAS, nee WATSON's, mother Florence METCALFE was adopted. Florence's biological father was Joseph Rene .LEFEBVRE, see Rene's Pedigree Chart.
Ancestral Families connected to Rene's father Joseph LEFEBVRE - ESRABLE; L'ARRIVEE - d'AOUT; PILON - FORTIER; VALLEE - LeBLANC; LATOUR; QUEVILLION; JOANETTE _ FLEURY; BRUIN - BIGUE.
Ancestral Families connected to Rene's mother Clara CHAGNON dit LaROSE CHAGNON dit LaROSE - CHARRON; DESRANLEAN dit CHATEAUN; POITRAS - LENOIR; ROY - LEBER; BELANGER; LOCAS - PETIT; HOUGE - BOULARD.

DNA Matches to Kathy VANDERPLAS WATSON who have a common ancestor in this journal. Having their their DNA online assisted us in identifying Florence's biological father. Click on the underlined to see their Relationship Charts.
Lynn VILLENEUVE - 44cM - 5th cousin
Lynn VILLENEUVE - 44cM is also a 10th cousin
Bernadette O'BRIEN nee JOANETTE - 38cM - 5th cousin
Marc JOANNETTE - 38cM - 6th cousin


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  Descendants of Joseph JOANETTE
  Surname List
  Index of Names
  Sources (Bibliography)

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Latest Revision June 25, 2019

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