I don't believe that the Jean-Baptiste who married Josephte Turcot was the Charles Baptiste born in 1745.
Jean-Baptiste Duplessis and Françoise Lacerte had 4 sons.Charles Baptiste born in 1745, Charles, born in 1750, Joseph, born in 1753 and Isisdore, born in 1763.
In 1781, a Jean-Baptiste Duplessis, son of J.-B and F. Lacerte was married with Josephte Turcot.As J.B. and F. Lacerte had NO son called Jean-Baptiste, which one had changed his name and was called Jean-Baptiste?
We know it is not Isidore who married Émilie Rouette.We know it is not Charles born in 1750. He married Josephte Vanasse-Précourt, 1st marriage and then Josephte Portelance-Roy, second marriage.
Who married Josephte Turcot?I have found children of Joseph Duplessis and Josephte Turcot and children of Jean-Baptiste Duplessis and Josephte Turcot.Josephte Turcot was married only once. Could the Joseph born in 1753 be the one who married Josephte Turcot?I believe it.I have also found the death of "Jean-Baptiste", husband of Josephte Turcot, in Pointe-du-Lac and the age would be the age of Joseph, not the age of Charles Baptiste.
I know that in some books they say it is Charles Baptiste born in 1745 (they say Jean-Baptiste but he was not baptized Jean-Baptiste) who married Josephte Turcot but I believe it is a mistake.
Another information that we often see everywhere that I believe is false is that Jean-Baptiste who married Françoise Lacerte was the son of Louis Gatineau and Jeanne Lemoyne.
I have seen the parish record of his marriage and the notary contract of his marriage and on both they say that Jean-Baptiste's parents are unknown.There was no family on the groom side present at Jean-Baptiste's marriage.Jean-Baptiste did not even know how to write his name.Louis Gatineau's children had good education.
Everybody knew Louis Gatineau at that time.He was a very important man.How could the priest and the notary write "whose father and mother are unknown" if J.B. was Louis' son?