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Levesque Genealogy & History

Levesque family history shows that this surname is Norman French derived from the ancient Greek episkopos, meaning overseer, from the prefix epi, which means over, and skopein, meaning to look. It was given to the head of a town or community and later to religious leaders. It later became the Spanish obispo, the Russian yepiskop, and the German bischof, all of which can be translated to bishop. The Levesque genealogy includes a coat of arms described as a red shield with a pascal lamb and a silver rayed star in the upper left corner of a blue band.

Levesque Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Abel Levesque-- --, 1910July ,1970ME
Barbara Levesque-- --, 1926June ,1985NH
Calliope Levesque-- --, 1919July ,1985MA
Daniel Levesque-- --, 1926September 2,1987RI

Levesque Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Dorothy Levesque-- --, 1922August 9,1994Woonsocket,RI
F Roger Levesque-- --, 1921June 29,2002Rolling Meadows,IL
Gabrielle Levesque-- --, 1906December 16,2001Fitchburg,MA
Harold Levesque-- --, 1929August 4,1994Claremont,NH

Levesque Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Adam LevesqueJulie GiffordJanuary 14,2000Bell, TX
Benjamin LevesqueDanielle EricksonFebruary 26,2000Wake, NC
Daniel LevesqueYolanda FasanoFebruary 22,2000Bexar, TX
Gary LevesqueSusan HaydeJuly 8,2000Tarrant, TX

Most Common Surnames After Levesque

2432nd: Loyd2433rd: Reiter
2434th: Jacques2435th: Nesbitt
2436th: Schweitzer2437th: Galvan
2438th: Galvin2439th: Bigelow
2440th: Keck2441st: Chisholm

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