The Reimonenq family was present in the island of Guadeloupe during the XVIIIth century and throughout the XIXth century. This family originated from Toulon in Provence ( Southeastern France) and were known at one time as Guerin de Reimonenq
Sieur Charles Alfred Reimonenq was married to dameMarie Anoinette Ophelia Nouy. They were parents to at least two children, Henry Charles Nicolas Reimonenq who married Marie Louise Caroline Beauvarlet in 1878 in Lamentin, Guadeloupe. The bride was the daughter of Siffren Beauvarlet and dame Anne Louise Taillandier de Saint Prix. A sister of sieur Beauvarlet was married to a great niece of Empress Josephine of Francewife of Napoleon I.
A sister of Henry Charles Nicolas, Marie Antoinette Elisa Reimonenq marriedin Lamentin, Gaudeloupe in 1873, Sieur Louis Joseph Edouard Grenier de Montgaillard.
It appears that the only known Reimonenq with a relation with Saint Domingue was Pierre Etienne Reimonenq son of Pierre Joseph Reimonenq and his wife Jeanne Marie Duroc of Guadeloupe who married in Lamentin in 1818, demoiselle Heloise Verguin, born in Port-au - Prince, Saint Domingue in 1800. She was the daughter of Sieur CharlesLouis Toussiant Verguin an his wife Madelaine Millet. Sieur Verguin was a merchant in Port au Prince.
Members of the Reimonenq family were alsoinstalled in Norfolk Virgina during the XIXthe century.
No information on the Saint Clement family of Saint Domingue.