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Register Report - CLERC

by Sam Behling

First Generation

1. CLAUDE JOSEPH CLERC. Born ca 1745 in Corre, Haute Saone, France. Claude Joseph died in Corre, Haute Saone, France, on 12 Mar 1813; he was 68. Claude Joseph married Marguerite COURTOISIEU, in Haute Saone, France. Born ca 1767 in Haute Saone, France. Marguerite died in Corre, Haute Saone, France, on 12 Aug 1812; she was 45. They had one child:

2 i. NICHOLAS (ca1798-1868)


Second Generation


2. NICHOLAS CLERC (Claude Joseph1). Born ca 1798 in Corre, Haute Saone, France. Nicholas died in Corre, Haute Saone, France, on 18 Apr 1868; he was 70. On 16 Nov 1814 when Nicholas was 16, he married Magdeleine GARNIER, daughter of Xavier GARNIER & Anne Claude RICHARD, in Corre, Haute Saone, France. Born on 18 Apr 1794 in Corre, Haute Saone, France. Magdeleine died in Corre, Haute Saone, France, on 3 May 1864; she was 70. They had the following children:

3 i. JEANNE/ANNE CLAUDE (1826-1899)
ii. Nicholas.


Third Generation


3. JEANNE/ANNE CLAUDE CLERC (Nicholas2, Claude Joseph1). Born on 7 Jun 1826 in Corre, Haute Saone, France. Jeanne/Anne Claude died in Farmington, Polk Co., WI, on 17 Jul 1899; she was 73. Buried in East Farmington, Polk Co., WI. St. Mary's cemetery. On 28 Apr 1852 when Jeanne/Anne Claude was 25, she married Pierre/Peter Louis BONNEPRISE, son of Jean Francois BONNEPRISE & Jeanne Francoise COLLEY, in Haute Saone, France. Born on 17 Jun 1824 in Ormoy, Haute Saone, France. Pierre/Peter Louis died in Farmington, Polk Co., WI, on 31 Jan 1901; he was 76. Buried in East Farmington, Polk Co., WI. St. Mary's cemetery. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Catholic. They had the following children:

i. Eulalie Onesime (1853-1885)
ii. Louis August Peter (1855-1940)
iii. Josephine Maloc (1857-)
iv. Celestine Frances (1861-1935)
v. ADELAIDE (Twin) (1863-1947)
vi. Adele (Twin) (1863-1946)


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