- Her daughter Ana Cecilia's marriage record names her mother "Ysavel Fouque." I assume for now that this is her with a different first name. The baptismal records of Ana Cecilia's children give "Marie Elizabeth Le Mercier DuQuesnay" as her name.
She apparently had a first husband named "Chantucq" or "Chaudec," evident in the St. Domingue Indemnity records:
Parish: #20, Port de Paix
Jurisdiction: Port de Paix
Name of former proprietors: Ricard (Lazare)
Those making claim:
1. Lemercier Duquesnay, Marie Elisabeth, widow of Chantucq by first marriage, and by second marriage of Mr. Fouque, ["Lemercier Duquesnay (Marie Elisabeth) veuve Chantucq en premieres noces et en secondes noces du sieur Fouque"] holding goods in common with her last husband, universal legatee of the former proprietor.
2. Marie Desiree
3. Marie Cecile, wife of Fernandez
Sole heirs of their abovenamed father.
Nature of the properties: Coffee plantation
Name on rural properties: Ricard, then Fouque
Name of rural property & designation of the districts or towns: Bas de Sainte-Anne
Date of decision: 1 June 1829
Date payment remitted: 1 July 1829
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