I found your writings different than mine about our common ancestors.
Jacques #1 Dandonneau stayed in Nieul-sur-Mer, Aunis, France.
Pierre #2 Dandonneau, nickname Lajeunesse (my French ancestor), the 04-21-1652 in Three Rivers, Québec, Canada, got a land, and after he became of the main inhabitants of the place. (DBC, II,:175).
At Three Rivers, 01-16-1652, Severin Ameau, notary, registered a marriage contract between Pierre Dandonneau & Marie-Françoise Jobin. After, Pierre moved to Champlain, Qc, Canada.
Louis #3 Dandonneau was one of the children of this couple, and he married Jeanne-Marguerite Lenoir. He obtained a part of Ile DuPas (today one of the island of Sorel, Qc, Canada. Joseph #4 Dandonneau maried Marie-Josèphe Drouet: one of the children is Jacques #5 Dandonneau who married (1)Marie Dutaut/Duteau.
I found one interesting website to visit:
I hope to give you an other look about "Dandonneau". It was after United States & Manitoba migrations that Dandonneau's persons had changed their name to Dandeneau, Dandenau, Dandeneault, Dondono, Dandaneau. Some Dandonneau put "LT" at the end of the patronyme because they read "Dandonneau,LT" which was for Lieutenant(grade as soldier).
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