Is this your lucky day?

Is your name Hogue?

Are your parents from Massachusetts or New England?

Then you might be a descendant of Jean-Marie Hogue?

carte mortuaire Jean-Marie-Hogue fils

There are probably thousands of Jean-Marie Hogue’s descendants living in the United States and if they write to me they will have part of their family tree.

And it’s all free…

We go back to Jean Hogue and Nicole Dubus who lived in France around 1650. Their son Pierre Hogue dit St-Malo is the ancestor of Jean-Marie Hogue. Pierre Hogue married Jeanne Théodore on November 10, 1676 in Montreal.

I know they had a son named Pierre Hogue dit Saint-Malo who married Jeanne Théodore. They are the ancestors of Jean-Marie Hogue, the father of Napoléon, Clémentine and of course Jean-Marie.

This is picture of Jean-Marie Hogue…

Jean-Marie Hogue père

Click on the picture to view his file

Jean-Marie Hogue married Rosalie Léveillé on April 16, 1844 in Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines. The Léveillés were also called Truchons. Rosalie had a brother, Narcisse Truchon.

Narcisse Truchon dit Léveillé has a son named Arcade Léveillé. Arcade had a daughter, Hermine Léveillé… who married a widower:

Jean-Marie HogueJean-Marie Hogue.

enfants Jean-Marie Hogue

Hermine holding Yvette, with Corine beside her. Adonis is the little boy on the left.

I told you it was your lucky day, and you did not even have to buy the winning ticket…

So if you are a Hogue or know someone who is or was, then write a comment.

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18 thoughts on “Is this your lucky day?

  1. Pingback: Je croyais que j’avais finalement la réponse à l’énigme « Nos ancêtres

  2. Pierre Hogue, arrivé en Nouvelle-France vers 1670 à bord du ‘Saint-Michel’ provenant de St-Malo, avant d’épouser Jeanne Théodore, avait épousé en première noce Marie-Madeleine (Catherine) Canachita (Canchita, Nachita, Canachita dit Nachita, Nazita) de la Nation des Puteotamites (Poteouatamis) demeurant près de l’actuel site de Détroit, entre le Lac Érié et le Lac Michigan. Cette nation était alliée des Français et faisait la traite des fourrures. Ils étaient en guerre avec les Tsonnontouans (Senecas), l’une de l’Alliance des Cinq Nations. Madeleine eut deux fils: Claude qui mourut noyé à 16 ans à Rivières-des-Prairies et Pierre qui fut tué au ‘Massacre de Lachine’ à 23 ans.

    Heureuse de connaître l’origine des Jean-Marie Hogue, ancêtres de ma grand-mère Antonine Jean-Marie Hogue. Peut-être qu’un jour je saurai où elle a rencontré mon grand-père Ferdinand Lusignan arrivé du Connecticut à Montréal à l’adolescence.

  3. Hello my name is Priscilla Grant,My son-in-law has been looking for his Hogue roots.He got as far as Clara Hogue.I found a note one of the forums his sister wrote that took it back one more generation to George Hogue. He married Attie Hammond. Most of his family settled in Lewiston ME.
    Hope you can help us. I will keep watching for more of your writings they are very interesting.

    Priscilla Grant

  4. Bonjour, je m’appelle Patrick Beauchamp, mon grand-père maternel est un descendant de cette lignée. Je suis présentement a la recherche de mes ancêtres. J’ai 34 ans et ne connais rien en généalogie mais j’espère découvrir des faits intéressants. Merci de partager ces photos.

  5. I just found out that Jean Hogue is my 9th great grandfather
    Your 9th great grandfather
    Birth 1625 in Arras, Pas-de-Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
    Death 10 Nov 1676 in Amiens, Somme, Picardie, France

    married Nicole Dubus……. his daughter Jeanne is my 7th great grandmother

      • Hello!

        Pierre my name is Charles Hogue.

        I would like to be part of this great geneology site and reply. My 7th g-grand-father is also Pierre Hogue direct line and would like to maybe chat with Debbie from this blog thank you!

      • I told Charles you had not continued on with this virtual conversation.
        I also told him that going back to the 8th or 9th generation means there are a lot of descendants looking for the same ancestor.

        Hello!

        Pierre my name is Charles Hogue.

        I would like to be part of this great geneology site and reply. My 7th g-grand-father is also Pierre Hogue direct line and would like to maybe chat with Debbie from this blog thank you!

        The best way to link people is by starting linking grandparents and great-grandparents which I did on this blog.
        This is the hard part when someone lives in the U.S. and has roots in Quebec that he does not know of.

        If you want to write Charles, I can give you his e-mail address.

      • This is what he said… which is not much in my own humble opinion…

        Hello!

        Pierre my name is Charles Hogue.

        I would like to be part of this great geneology site and reply. My 7th g-grand-father is also Pierre Hogue direct line and would like to maybe chat with Debbie from this blog thank you!

        He did not contact me after I wrote a personal e-mail.

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