Baby, Jacques Duperon (family)

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Baby, Jacques Duperon (family)

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Jacques Duperon Baby and his sons, James and Francis, were involved in the fur trade, the public service, Justice, landownership, and the militia during the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Francis Baby was a member of the Upper Canada Legislative Assembly. Francois Baby, brother of Jacques Duperon, and his descendents played an important role in Quebec's politics and economy during the late 18th and 19th centuries. Jacques Duperon Baby (1731-1789) was a French fur trader in Detroit during the late eighteenth century. Jacques (James) Duperon Baby (1763-1833) was a public servant, office holder, judge, landowner, and a militia officer during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

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