Marie Agathe Sarrazin

Female28 August 1730–

Brief Life History of Marie Agathe

When Marie Agathe Sarrazin was born on 28 August 1730, in Lachine, Montreal, Lower Canada, British Colonial America, her father, Pierre Sarrazin Depelteau, was 46 and her mother, Marguerite Leduc, was 34. She married Francois Marie Brault dit POMINVILLE on 31 January 1746, in Saints-Anges-Gardiens-de-Lachine, Montreal Urban Community, Quebec, Canada. They were the parents of at least 9 sons and 9 daughters.

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Francois Marie Brault dit POMINVILLE
1722–
Marie Agathe Sarrazin
1730–
Marriage: 31 January 1746
Francois Brau
1747–1747
Brault
–1760
Jean Gabriel Brau
1748–1755
Elisabeth Agathe Brau
1749–1750
Joseph Amable Brault Lafreniere Pominville
1751–
Francoise Agathe Brau
1752–
Brault
1753–1753
Brault
1753–1753
Angelique Amable Brau
1754–1755
Marie Angelique Brault
1757–1757
Pierre Brault
1759–
Marie Claire Brault
1759–
Louise Brault
1760–
Marie Veronique Brault
1762–1762
Catherine Brau
1763–1763
Jean Baptiste Brault
1766–
Francois Xavieer Brault
1767–1769
Ambrose Antoine Brault
1770–1770
Joseph Antoine Brault dit Pominville Frenière
1771–

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  • Marriage
    31 January 1746Saints-Anges-Gardiens-de-Lachine, Montreal Urban Community, Quebec, Canada
  • Children (19)

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    Siblings (16)

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    Name Meaning

    Some characteristic forenames: French Emile, Yves, Etienne, Fernand, Gilles, Pierre, Serge, Yvon. German Hubertus, Wolfgang.

    French: nickname for someone of swarthy appearance or for an unruly person, or for someone who had taken part in a Crusade, from Old French Sarasin ‘Saracen’. This ethnic name came into French via Latin and Greek from a Semitic term, perhaps from Arabic sharq ‘sunrise, east’. Compare Sarasin , Sarazen , and Sarazin .

    History: Nicolas Sarrazin/Sarazin from Paris, France, married Marie-Catherine Blondeau in Charlesbourg, QC, in 1680. — This surname is listed in the register of Huguenot ancestors recognized by the Huguenot Society of South Carolina.

    Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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