|A Marriageable Young Girl|
|Jeanne Testard was born about 1642 in St. Vincent, Rouen, Normandy, France; the daughter of Jean Testard and Anne Godefroy. She arrived in the Quebec Colony as a Filles A Marier, contracted to be the bride of Francois Leber. They were married December 2, 1662 in Montreal.
Francois was born about 1626 in St. Francois De Poitre, Rouen, Normandy, France; and he and Jeanne would have six children. He died on May 19, 1694 at La Prairie and Jeanne followed on January 18, 1723.
|The Next Generation|
|Joachim-Jacques Leber - Was born on June 10, 1664 in Montreal and died on November 19, 1696 in La Prairie. He married Jeanne-Elisabeth Cusson and the couple had at least one child.
Marie Leber - Was born on December 06, 1666 in Montreal and died on December 06, 1666 in La Prairie. She married three times: Charles Robert Deslauriers (1 child), Francois Bourassa (3 children), Pierre Herve (no children)
Jeanne Leber - Was born in 1670 and died on December 04, 1687 in Montreal. She married Jean Tessier and the couple had one child.
Jacques Leber - Was born on July 20, 1672 and died the following day in La Prairie.
Francois Leber - Was born on October 10, 1673 and died unknown in La Prairie. He married Marie-Anne Magnan and the couple had thirteen children.
Claude Leber - Was born on September 14, 1675 and died on October 10, 1675 in La Prairie.
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