Blaise MOGIER, 16451715 (aged 70 years)

Name
Blaise /MOGIER/
Given names
Blaise
Surname
MOGIER
Birth about 1645 19

Note: selon son Acte de Décès
Occupation
Laboureur

Jusqu'au XIX ème siècle, « laboureur » désignait un statut, celui du paysan qui possédait la terre qu'il cultivait et au moins un attelage, cheval ou paire de bœufs, et charrue (Wikipédia).

Marriage of parentsPierre MAUGIERMarguerite VIALETONView this family
before 1652 (aged 7 years)
Famine
Famine dans l’est de la France
from 1650 to 1652 (aged 7 years)

Death of a paternal grandfatherBlaise MAUGIER
after 1658 (aged 13 years)

MarriageJeanne BERTHOYEView this family
January 7, 1672 (aged 27 years)
Note: acte non trouvé
Death of a motherMarguerite VIALETON
February 10, 1676 (aged 31 years)
Birth of a daughterAnne MOGIER
September 26, 1676 (aged 31 years)
Death of a fatherPierre MAUGIER
after 1676 (aged 31 years)

Famine
Famine en France
from 1693 to 1694 (aged 49 years)

Note: 2 millions de morts
Marriage of a childJean BARTHELEMYAnne MOGIERView this family
November 22, 1701 (aged 56 years)
Death February 27, 1715 (aged 70 years)
Last change January 26, 201917:55:58

Family with parents
father
mother
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Birth: about 1626
Death: February 10, 1676Monistrol-sur-Loire, 43120, Haute-Loire, Auvergne, FRANCE
Marriage Marriagebefore 1652Monistrol-sur-Loire, 43120, Haute-Loire, Auvergne, FRANCE
-6 years
himself
16451715
Birth: about 1645 19
Death: February 27, 1715Monistrol-sur-Loire, 43120, Haute-Loire, Auvergne, FRANCE
Family with Jeanne BERTHOYE
himself
16451715
Birth: about 1645 19
Death: February 27, 1715Monistrol-sur-Loire, 43120, Haute-Loire, Auvergne, FRANCE
wife
16481715
Birth: about 1648
Death: April 12, 1715Monistrol-sur-Loire, 43120, Haute-Loire, Auvergne, FRANCE
Marriage MarriageJanuary 7, 1672Monistrol-sur-Loire, 43120, Haute-Loire, Auvergne, FRANCE
5 years
daughter
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Birth: September 26, 1676 31 28Monistrol-sur-Loire, 43120, Haute-Loire, Auvergne, FRANCE
Death: December 10, 1758Sainte-Sigolène, 43600, Haute-Loire, Auvergne, FRANCE
Birth

selon son Acte de Décès

Marriage

acte non trouvé

OccupationView

Jusqu'au XIX ème siècle, « laboureur » désignait un statut, celui du paysan qui possédait la terre qu'il cultivait et au moins un attelage, cheval ou paire de bœufs, et charrue (Wikipédia).