Julie Phiomène Le Beouff

Brief Life History of Julie Phiomène

When Julie Phiomène Le Beouff was born on 14 April 1835, in Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Rouville, Canada East, British Colonial America, her father, Jean Joseph Leboeuf, was 28 and her mother, Félicité Mercier, was 26. She married Firmin Benoît Montpas on 12 November 1850, in Deschaillons, Lotbinière, Lower Canada, British Colonial America. They were the parents of at least 7 sons and 4 daughters. She died on 6 January 1920, in Spalding, Menominee, Michigan, United States, at the age of 84, and was buried in Spalding Township, Menominee, Michigan, United States.

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Firmin Benoît Montpas
Julie Phiomène Le Beouff
Marriage: 12 November 1850
John Montpas
Firmin Montpas
Joseph Euclide Montpas
Thomas J. Montpas
Samuel Arsène Montpas
Marie Georgianna Montpas
Julie Marie Montpas
Joseph Philippe Montpas
Philia Marie Montpas
Jean Marie Joseph Montpas
Josephine Janet Montpas

Sources (8)

  • Julia LeBouef Montpas, "Find A Grave Index"
  • Julia Leboeuf in entry for Jean M Montpas and Ida Payant, "Michigan, County Marriages, 1820-1940"
  • Julia Lebeauff in entry for Napolean Beaudet and Georgiana Mantpas, "Michigan Marriages, 1868-1925"

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Michigan is the 26th state.


Abraham Lincoln issues Emancipation Proclamation, declaring slaves in Confederate states to be free.

Name Meaning

Some characteristic forenames: Vietnamese Thanh, Hung, Minh, Dung, Tuan, Hai, Hoa, Thuy, Son, Anh, Long, Hoang. Chinese Hong, Sang, Chi, Dong, Tong, Lai, Hang, Man, Han, Ho, Phoung, Chan. Korean Tam, Phong, Nam, Thai, Tuong, Chung, Thach, Tinh, Manh, Tham, Uyen, Vang.

Chinese: Mandarin form of the surname 樂, meaning ‘happiness’ in Chinese: from the first element of the personal name Le Fu (樂父), style name of Yan, son of the Duke Dai of Song (ruler of the state of Song, reigned 799–766 BC ). Yan's grandson Le Ju (樂莒) inherited Le (樂) as his surname.

Chinese: Mandarin form of the surname 勒: (i) from the second element of the placename Shu-Le (疏勒), an ancient state (located in present-day Xinjiang Uyghur autonomous region) during the Western Han dynasty (206 BC –25 AD ). (ii) a surname near the Bohai Sea region during the Han dynasty (206 BC –220 AD ). (iii) a surname traced back to the Hun ethnic group in northern China during the Jin dynasty (265–420 AD ).

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

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