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Native American America/USA  Josephte  Nipissing Macatemic8e8e

  (b. 1712Mackinac Island, Michigan Colony   d. )  

Josephte Nipissing Macatemic8e8e was born 1712 in Mackinac Island, Michigan Colony . Josephte Nipissing Macatemic8e8e was the child of

She married  Jean-Baptiste Tellier 22 July 1747 in Mackinac Island, Michigan Colony .  Jean-Baptiste Tellier  was born 26 September 1696 in Varennes, Québec, Canada .  He was the son of Jean-Baptiste Tellier dit Lafortune and Renee Lorion.


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Josephte Nipissing Macatemic8e8e married Canada/New France Jean-Baptiste Tellier-- Date: 22 July 1747 Place: Mackinac Island, Michigan Colony
Jean-Baptiste Tellier was the son of Jean-Baptiste Tellier dit Lafortune and Renee Lorion




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Josephte Nipissing Macatemic8e8e and Jean-Baptiste Tellier 22 July 1747, Mackinac Island, Michigan, USA



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