Here are some informations about your Great-great-great-grandfather, Isidore.
Isidore Bousquet was born February 02, 1828 in Saint-Denis, Québec. He was the son of Amable Bousquet and Marguerite Payan dit St-Onge (Payan is the surname, St-Onge is the knickname). He get married with Rose Quémeneur (or Kémeneur) dit Laflamme February 13, 1855 in Saint-Denis.
In Québec, to my knowledge, they had four children:
1- Rose-Aimée, born February 09, 1858 in Saint-Aimé, died June 02, 1857 in Saint-Aimé.
2- Rose-Emma, born November 27, 1863 in Saint-Aimé, married June 07, 1898 with Aimé Bibeau in Saint-Aimé.
3- Alphonse, born December 06, 1868 in Saint-Aimé, died December 06, 1881 in Saint-Aimé.
4- Jean-Baptiste, born March 23, 1878 in Saint-Aimé, married January 26, 1909 in Saint-Hyacinthe with MarieLarivière. J.B. + M. arivière had, at least, seven children. I don't know where J.B. died.
Your family tree, starting with Isidore, will read as follow:
1- Isidore + Rose Quémeneur dit Laflamme, February 13, 1855 in Saint-Denis.
2- Amable + Marguerite Payan dit St-Onge, August 18, 1817 in Saint-Denis.
3- Toussaint + Madeleine Faneuf, February 04, 1788 in Saint-Denis.
4- Charles + Marguerite Lebrodeur (our common ancestors), February 16, 1766 in Varennes.
5- Jean-Baptiste + Marguerite Provost, October 29, 1726 in Repentigny.
6- Pierre + Marie-Anne Banlier, January 16, 1702 in Varennes.
7- Jean + Catherine Fourrier, May 11, 1672 in Montréal.
Jean was the first Bousquet to come to America. He came as a soldier and was in Trois-Rivières as soon as 1665. Catherine was a King's daughter. They had eleveen children and two of their male children had descendants.
I am working on a dictionnary in respect with the Bousquet (or any variation of the name) in America and I would like to have as much as possible informations about Cleophas (siblings and descendants: birth, marriage and death dates, according that birth date does not apply to living people).
My e-mail address is email@example.com
I'm living near Montréal, where are you from?
Waiting anxiously for your reply, Yours truly, Pierre Bousquet.