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St. John's West Region - 1699

Point Verde

  1. Thomas Mechin, born in Bas Poitou 1632; resident since 1658, presumably at St. Pierre, "has been ruined by the English in 1693"; two scallops
    • Marie Largeteau, his wife
    • two daughters, married (see Pierre Baudry and Augustin Bonnaud)
    • one son, unmarried (1698)

  2. Pierre Baudry, born at La Tremblade 1657; resident since 1678, four shallops; "has been pillaged and burnt by the English in 1693."
    • Jeanne Michin or Mechin , his wife, daughter of Thomas Mechin; resident since 1678
  3. Raymond Cornu, born at Brodeaux 1638, unmarried; two shallops; "has been ruined by the English in 1693, serves as captain of the milita."

  4. Pierre Heraut, born a Seurin (St Seurin D'Uzet) near Montagne on the River of Bordeaux 1668; resident since 1688; married Izabelle Baudry, daughter of Pierre Baudry 1697.

  5. Charles Ricaud, born at Grasse in Provence 1646; resident since 1693; widower(1698); three sons, of whom one in France, the others always resident; two shallops; "has remained at Rognouse as commandant, and his eldest son has served as a militia captain in the expeditions which were made against the English in 1696"

Sources: Williams, Allen F., "Father Baudoin's War, D'Iberville's Campaigns in Acadia and Newfoundland 1696, 1697", Appendix II, pages 157-168.

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