Genevieve was my aunt five generations back. Nice lady. She married Jacques Amable Boen on Sept. 2, 1807 at St-Martin parish, Ile Jesus (now called Laval, Que.) The Cleroux family farm was in St. Martin parish. Some descendents are still in the area. They operate numerous nurseries on the island. Check out the internet and write to them. Hubby Jacques changed his name to Beaulne, we believe. You should be able to get a lot of information about the Beaulne family. The real trick is to get information on the Boen family. I tell you this because Genevieve had asister,Marie Archange Cleroux who also married a Boen five years earlier in St.-Martin but he had changed his name to Boucher. There were a lot people changing their names back then, including Loyalists and Americans coming into Quebec at the time, also a lot of mercenaries too. I do not have a name for the parents of Jacques Amable which is unusual. But the parents of Joseph Boucher (Boen) are listed as Joseph Boucher and Marie Lecompte. As for Genevieve`s parents, they were Nicolas Cleroux (my ancestor six generations ago)and Marie Louise Caillet-Jasmin (Caillet dit Jasmin) and they were married in St. Laurent parish on the island of Montreal on Jan. 9, 1769. (That`s only 10 years after the British took over New France, and it`s even before the American Revolution. ) Nicolas was a sea captain and Genevieve`s brother (my direct ancestor) was born at sea and baptized in Quebec City on Jan. 1, 1784. Marie-Louise had parents of course -- Jean Baptise Caillet-Jasmin and Agathe Jabot (although she may have been Agathe Lamarche). Either way you are a descendent of some rather famous Quebec families. As for Beauchamp, that is an equally famous family name. Sorry I can`t help you there, but others can, I am sure. My suggestion is to hunt for Beaulne (or Boen) in St Martin parish, contact the records dept. in Laval, Que., the local genealogical society in Laval etc.