I see these abbreviations a lot and still cannot find the answer for these words set in location descriptions:
St-Etienne De Mortagne (Auj. Mortagne-Sur-Gironde), Ev. Saintes, Saintonge (Ar. Saintes, Charente-Maritime)
st-pierre, frontenay-l'abbatu, ev. saintes, saintonge (auj. frontenay-rohan-rohan, ar. niort, deux-sevres)
"Notre-Dame, Nachamps, ev. Saintes, Saintonge (ar. St-Jean-d’Angely, Charente-Maritime)"
I have the paragraph here, but for months, I have been trying to figure out addresses and locations written in French, Quebec French
Living in Lachine, jean Mouflet, his wife Anne Dodain and two of their children Marguerite and Angélique Gabrielle seemed to have vanished on the day after the 5th of August 1689 (source: MSGCF 50 (3) . we surmise that they were killed or captured during the Lachine Massacre.