St. John's West Region - 1699
- 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)
- 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
- Raymond Cornu, born at Brodeaux 1638, unmarried; two shallops; "has been ruined by the English in 1693, serves as captain of the milita."
- 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.
- 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"
Williams, Allen F., "Father Baudoin's War, D'Iberville's Campaigns in Acadia and Newfoundland 1696, 1697", Appendix II, pages 157-168.