Joseph Marie Boissonneau dit St. Onge

Brief Life History of Joseph Marie

When Joseph Marie Boissonneau dit St. Onge was born on 18 September 1712, in Saint-Jean-Baptiste, L'Île-d'Orléans, Quebec, Canada, his father, Jean Boissonneau dit St. Onge, was 33 and his mother, Marguerite Catherine Choret, was 23. He died on 22 July 1715, in his hometown, at the age of 2, and was buried in Saint-Jean-Baptiste, L'Île-d'Orléans, Quebec, Canada.

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Family Time Line

Jean Boissonneau dit St. Onge
1679–1756
Marguerite Catherine Choret
1689–1743
Jean Baptiste Boissonneau dit St. Onge
1708–1753
Joseph Marie Boissonneau dit St. Onge
1712–1715
Jean François Boissonneau dit St. Onge
1714–1805
Nicolas Boissonneau dit St. Onge
1715–1759
Pierre Boissonneau dit St-Onge
1716–1749
Marie "Marguerite" Boissonneau dit St-Onge
1718–1776
Marie "Josephte" Boissonneau dit St-Onge
1720–1785
Joseph Boissonneau dit St-Onge
1722–1786
Joseph Marie Boissonneau
1723–1788
Marie "Élisabeth" Isabelle Boissonneau dit St-Onge
1725–1792
Pierre Noël Boissonneau dit St-Onge
1727–
Marie "Louise" Boissonneau dit St-Onge
1729–1729
Marie "Madeleine" Boissonneau dit St-Onge
1730–1748

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    Name Meaning

    Some characteristic forenames: African/Muslim Abdoulaye, Mamadou, Ibrahima, Oumar, Ahmad, Aliou, Aminata, Basem, Cheikh, Djibril, Husam, Maan, Mouhamadou, Saliou, Sekou, Serigne, Nabil, Rachid.

    West African (Senegal, Mali, Mauritania, Guinea, and Ivory Coast): from the name of the Dia clan of the Fulani people, which may be of the same origin as the name of the town of Dia in Mali and as the name of the medieval Dia Dynasty of Gao, also in Mali. This surname is also found among the Soninke and Tukulor peoples. Compare Diao and Jah .

    Muslim: from a personal name based on Arabic ḍiyā’ ‘light, glow, illumination’ (see Zia ). It is found e.g. in Iraq.

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

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