Metis

1745 - 1747

English pirates intercept French trade goods in the Atlantic.
Trading passports are offered free due to the trade good shortage. French traders flood into the Red River Region drastically cutting into Metis trade.


The Metis make it very clear to the French that they
control the West and North West, seven or eight
French soldiers are killed by the Metis Canadians.


1745

Bishop George Berkeley visited New York, purchasing 3-5 slaves. This slave trader is the man who has a college named after him.

Mackinac, New France (Michigan), marriage, Francois Boisguilbert to Agathe Villeneuvel, died 1801, daughter Daniel Joseph Amoit de Villeneuve, born 1665, died before 1728 and Domitilde Oukabe (LaFourche) 2nd husband Augustin Langlade; 2nd marriage Pierre Souligny, 3rd marriage Amable Roy.

(III)-Pierre Brault dit Pominville, Metis, son (II)-Etienne Brault dit Pominville, Metis, and (II)-Louise Palin (1697-1717); married 1745 Therese Paul.

Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), birth, (III)-Pierre Louis Chaboillez son (II)-Charles Chaboillez (1706-1757) and Marie Anne Chevalier.

(II)-Louis Cesaire Dagneau, sieur de Quindre (1704-1767) entered into partnership with Claude Martin de la Perriere near Post of the River St. Joseph.

(V)-Madeleine Dumay, born 1745, died June 30, 1795, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), daughter (IV)-Jacques Dumay (1719-1760) and (III)-Marie Madeleine Chevalier, born 1724; married April 11, 1763 Mackinac, New France (Michigan), Alex Campeau. This birth is likely at St. Joseph River southwest of Mackinac, New France (Michigan) or Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan).

(V)-Louise Gouin (1745-1760), daughter, savage and (IV)-Louis Panis Gouin, recorded Ste Anne de la Perade, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan).

Magdalena Kagigekwe (Everlasting Woman), born 1745, likely Lake Superior, Ojibwa Country, died November 24, 1839 La Pointe, Ojibwa Country (Wisconsin).

Louis Luc (Chevalier) de La Corne de Chapt seigneur de Terrebonne b-1704 is commander at Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), until summer of 1747.

Pierre Antoine de La Corne, sieur de la Colombiere b-1708 and his brother Luc de La Corne, sieur de Chapt de St. Luc, b-1711 are part of a group led by Jacques Lagardeur de Saint Pierre that destroyed Saratoga, New York.

Capt. de La Corne (1666-1762) is at Mackinaw, New France (Michigan), and his son Lt. Louis Lue de La Corne (b-1713) is with St. Pierre at Lake George.

Alex LaSerdure born 1745 North West, census 1835 Red River (Manitoba).

John McIntosh departed Scotland on his own about this time, and settled in Albany, New York. He would later become a Loyalist near St. Andrews in Glengarry County of Upper Canada. He raised a family of seven girls and two boys. One son, Donald McIntosh, born 1773, joined the North West Company about 1790; married an Indian; became a partner about 1810, and retired in 1838. Writing from Fort William he says, regarding country woman, that she is of average height but very slender. Donald sent his Metis children, including John, to the east for education. One of his sisters is named Christy McIntoch.

Augustin Mouet, sieur de Langlade aka Sieur de d'Englade born 1703 died 1771/77 moved from Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan) to Green Bay, New France (Wisconsin).

Philip Livingston was one of New Yorks most prominent slave traders at this time.

Bruce Ojibwa, a mixed blood (Metis), is born at Grand Pointe, Lake Superior, Ojibwa Country.

Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Bonaventure Reaume son (III)- Pierre Reaume dit Thamur (Themus) (1709-1766) and Suzanne Hubert Lacroix b-1709; married 1767, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), Marie Jeanne Deshetres.

Marie Athanase Hamelin, Saulteuse, born 1725, baptised, July 11, 1745, Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), and recorded as the slave mistress of Charles Hamelin (1714-1760) also LaGueniere or LaGuenier, an ancient voyager, who lives at Sault Ste Marie, New France (Michigan/Ontario ). She took the name Marie Athanase according to the desire of her deceased mistress. It would appear that this woman is the second wife of Charles and the slave of his dead wife Marie Athanase Sauteux, who was also a slave.

The following Voyagers are recorded at Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), this year in the birth, death and marriage records: Jean Marie Blondeau married this year to Anne (Nannette) Villeneuve, Andre Skayamick dit Landroche, and Pierre Locat who married Josephe Chevalier.

The English fleet scoured the seas, capturing French merchants with trade goods. Trading passports are offered free due to a trade good shortage.

This season, De Lusignan visited the Dakotas Territory, to hunt and gather up the Coureurs des Bois, and take them from the country. Many began to join him until they learned they would be arrested at Mackinaw, New France (Michigan), for violation of law. The Dakota made peace with the La Pointe Ojibwa at the instance of De Lusignan- or so he claims. Four chiefs of the Dakotas are invited to visit Montreal, Quebec, in 1746. This bypassing strategy infuriated the Metis and other Coureurs des Bois.

The Hudson Bay Company reported that French Traders from Montreal, Quebec, were on the Saskatchewan River, North West Territories, intercepting the Hudson Bay Company trade. This is according to reports from the Cree and Assiniboine.

January 6: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Marie Louis Boyer daughter (III)-Pierre Boyer (1707-1765) and Marie Anne Louise Pepin; married May 2, 1761 Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), Charles Chauvin.

January 6: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (V)-Jacques Godet died January 20, 1745, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), son (IV)-Jacques Godet (1699-1760) and (IV)-Marie Louise St. Martin dit Baudry Desbuttes.

January 20: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), marriage, (II)-Jacques DeMarsac de Lomtrou born November 7, 1707, Montreal, Quebec, died December 24, 1745, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), son (I)-Jacob DeMarsac de Cobtroin dit Durocher (1667-1747); married, (II)-Marie Anne Chapoton daughter (I)-Jean Baptiste Chapoton.

January 20: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth/death, (V)-Louise Godet daughter (IV)-Jacques Godet (1699-1760) and (IV)-Marie Louise St. Martin dit Baudry Desbuttes. See March 21, 1746?

January 25: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), marriage, Jacques De Marsac de Cottrion son Jacob de Marsac, de Cobtroin dit Desrocher (1667-1747), sergeant, and Therese David (1661-1727); married Marie Anne Chapoton daughter Jean Chapoton, surgeon.

February 1: Michilimackinac, baptism, Pierre Louis Chaboyer son Charles Chaboyer, voyager and Marianne Chevalier.

February 2: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Marie Joseph Campeau daughter (III)-Michel Campeau (1706-1764) and (II)-Marei Joseph Buteau; married October 19, 1760, British Fort Detroit, (Michigan), Rene Cloutier.

February 15: Sault Ste Marie, New France (Michigan/Ontario), birth, Pierre Charles Hamelin (Gueniere), Metis, son Charles Hamelin La Gueniere (1714-1760) and Marie Athanase, a Sauteux woman, born about 1708/15, died 1744 Pte St. Ignace.

April 28: Kaskaskia, (Illinois), marriage, Michel Danis (Dany) son Charles Danis; married Marie Barbe Pillet. Children include Therese Danis married Alexis Bauvais; a daughter married Antoine Bienvenu; Charles Joseph Danis; Michel Danis married February 5, 1782, Kaskaskia, (Illinois), Elizabeth Bienvenu; Jerome Danis married February 4, 1782, Kaskaskia, (Illinois), Prlagie Doza.

April 30: Michillimackinac, baptism, Thomas Blondeau born April 25, 1745 son Thomas Blondeau and Marie Joseph de Celle.

May: The King of France believes that Sieur de la Verendrye is occupied with his own affairs and has done nothing for the service of the King.

May 16: Michilimackinac, baptism, Joseph Bolon, son Gabriel Bolon and Sasanne Menard.

May 19: Cahokia, (Illinois/Missouri), death, (III)-Joseph Brault, died May 19, 1745 Cahokia, (Illinois/Missouri), dit Pominville, killed by the Sioux. He is the son of (II)-Jean Brault and married October 9, 1743, Chahokia, (Illinois/Missouri), a Marie Pancrasse daughter Pancrace Pancrasse elle epouse January 10, 1746, Bernard Bouillon a Cahokia, (Illinois/Missouri).

May 22: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (II)-Marie Louise Apert daughter (I)-Jacques Apert and Marie Dagneau see 1744.

June: A permit, to Pierre Desriveres and Charles de Courage for three canoes with six men to Nipigon and its outposts. The engages included Etienne Parsien, Joseph

Ladouceur, Nicolas Robillard, Gabriel Allard (1714-1777) of St. Francis and Francis Robert of La Prairie of Madeleine.

June 2: A permit, Montreal, Quebec, to Post de La Baie, New France (Wisconsin), Francois Denis, guide; Pierre Giroux, Francois Dumay, Antoine Deniger de Laprairie; Joseph Poubert and Pierre Poubert de la Riviere du Loup.

June 5: A permit, sieur Rivard (LaFond); Joseph Jolier (Joliet?) Bourgeois, associe; Pierre Barette, Joseph Rheaume, (III)-Francois Cardinal (Cardin), Augustin Baret (Barrette?), Pierre Desnoyers de Laprairie; Jacques Belestre de Maskinonge to Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

June 5: A permit, sieur de Clignancourt; Paul Primot and Jean Desrochers de Chateauguay; Louis Dobelin and Pierre Charbonneau de Varennes; Caramarie and Pierro, panis de nation all to Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

June 9: A permit, (III)-Ignace Gamelin (born 1698) at Batiscan for Jean Baptiste Jolier (Joliet?), bourgeois de Montreal, Quebec, who is in canoe; Michel Barbe de Varennes; Francois Troye de Sainte Therese; Joseph efface and Jean Baptiste Saint Martin de Sorel; Joseph Julien (?) and Joseph Jolier (Joliet?) de Saint Francois to Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

June 9: A permit, (III)-Ignace Gamelin (born 1698) at Batiscan for Nicolas Volant and Antoine Dubois, bourgeois de Saint Francois; Nicolas Volant, bourgeois de Laprairie; Antoine Dubois, bourgeois de Saint Francois; Pierre Gaspard, Antoine Bourassa, Joseph Bourassa, Pierre Gagnier and Jacques Saint Pierre de Laprairie de la Madeleine to Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

June 9: A permit sieur Lamarque for Francois Menard and Jean Decary; Francois Menard guide and interpreter, Jean Decary, guide and interpreter de Montreal, Quebec; Joseph Menard de Montreal, Quebec; Jean LaPomeraye de Longueuil; Jean Baptiste Montigny; Jacques Chaput de Sainte Therese to Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

June 11: A permit, sieurs Berthier and Saint Germain; Paul Massias, Joseph Picard, Charles Cardinal de Lachine; Pierre Ladouceur de Liesse; Jean Vincent de Saint Charles; Pierre Bourdeau du Sault Saint Louis to Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

June 11: A permit, sieur (III)-Claude Gouin (1710-1776) dit Montendre for Charles Clermont; Charles Clermont, leader, Pierre Gingras, Joseph Lafleche, Pierre Lafleche and Joseph Roch des Grondines; Jean Baptiste Chartier de la Pointe aux Trembles, Quebec; Louis Hamelin to Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

June 11: A permit, sieur (III)-Claude Gouin (1710-1776) dit Montendre for Pierre Majeau, leader de Saint Sulpice; Ignace Des Marets de Saint Francois; Charles Trottier de Sainte Anne; Pierre Delisle de Neuville; Albert Lalonde de Soulanges; Pierre Carigan and Joseph Lefebvre de Bitiscan for Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

July 11: Mackinac, New France (Michigan), baptism, Sauteux woman Savage Catherine (Marie Athanasie) (1726-1748) sister of the late Marie Athanase born 1715 wife Sieur Charles Hamelin (1714-1760) alias Laganiere, Alexander Henry (1764-1814) LaGueniere or LaGuenier, trader, presently residing Sault Ste Marie, New France (Michigan/Ontario). Marie Athanase 1st is listed slave of Charles and Marie Athanase 2nd is listed slave of Athanase 1st and was asked to take the same name as her slave mistress. Mouus is listed as the father of Catherine Sauteux, who took the name of first wife Athanase 1st who's father was not listed. It was a common practice to take a sister as a second wife but this family, however, is very strange. Charles married Athanase 2nd. There is a 3rd marriage in Montreal, Quebec, to a girl born 1742, with claim Athanase is dead. But in 1757 Marie Athanase says that Charles is dead as she applies for marriage in Quebec.

July 11: Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan), baptism, Marie Athanase Hamlin, Sauteux, born 1725, died January 24, 1748 Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan), slave wife of Charles Hamelin La Gueniere (1714-1760). Buried with the English, classification with her deceased mistress Marie Athanase Sauteaux (1708/15-1744).

July 11: Michilimackinac, baptism, Marie Charlotte born March 20, 1745 at Quiquanamaso a wintering place, daughter the sister of the late Marie Athanase, (1715-1748), slave wife of Charles Hamelin.

July 11: Michilimackinac, baptism, Marie Athanase born 1715, died January 24, 1748 and burried beside her mistress, slave of Sieur Charles Hamelin.

June 12: A permit, sieur Hervieux for Vincent Dezy leader, Pierre Lestage de Laprairie; Abel (?) Comtois de Sainte Genevieve; Pierre Sabourin de la Pointe Claire; Jean Baptiste Augar de la Riviere du Loup; Francois Beauchamp de L'Assomption; Francois Joyal de Saint Francois to Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

July 18: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), death, (III)-Louise Dagneau daughter (II)-Guillaume Dagneau Douville, sieur de la Mothe (Motte) born 1706 and Louise Duviviers.

July 21: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (II)-Louis Esprit, died September 3, 1745, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), son (I)-Claude Esprit, a merchant died (drown) June 12, 1750 and (II)-Angelique Bienvenue born 1721.

August 23: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), marriage, (II)-Nicolas Francois Janis born January 7, 1720 is living Cote du Sud son (I)-Francois Janis b-1676 and (II)-Simone Brosseau (1684-1746); marries (III)-Therese Meloche b-1732.

August 25: Michillimackinac, baptism, Elizabeth Louise Locat daughter Pierre Locat, voyageur and Josette Chevalier.

September 5: Illinois Country, birth, (IV)-Jean Baptiste Faucher dit Chateauvert, son (III)-Jean Baptiste Faucher dit Chateauvert born January 26, 1704 Pte Aux Trembles, Quebec, and 1st marriage (III)-Francoise Delise born 1701 daughter (II)-Antoine Delisle.

September 8: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), baptism, (IV)-Louise Bouron daughter (III)-Louis Bouron dit Clermont; habitant La Cote south of Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), and (II)-Marie Ripau et Roiet; married April 14, 1760, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), Joseph Bourdeau.

September 14: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (III)-Joseph Bienvenu son (II)-Alexis Bienvenu (1701-1763) and (III)-Elisabeth Bouron, died 1763, see parent marriage 1740; married September 12, 17xx, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), Therese Campeau.

September 14: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, Catherine Forville, died October 31, 1747, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), daughter Pierre Forville, habitant de la Sote sud-quest Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), and Marie Catherine Chesse born 1722 died August 20, 1748, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan).

September 28: Michillimackinac, New France (Michigan), birth (III)-Marie Anne Landrouche daughter (II)-Andre Landrouche dit Skayanisse, (Skayamick) a voyager, and Anne Parant (1723-1768).

October 8: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Marie Anne Campeau daughter (III)-Nicolas Campeau (1710-1756) and (II)-Agathe Casse (1716-1808); married May 26, 1763, British Fort Detroit, (Michigan), Alexis Bienvenu.

October 10: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Agathe Gamelin, died April 4, 1747, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), daughter (III)-Laurent Eustache Gamelin born 1695, negociant, died March 11, 1774, British Fort Detroit, (Michigan), and (III)-Marie Joseph Dudevoir et Bonvouloir dit Lachene daughter (II)-Claude Dudevoir dit Bonvouloir and Barbara Elisabeth Cardinal; Agathe married 1768, British Fort Detroit, (Michigan), Joseph Normand.

October 10-12: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth/death, (IV)-Antoine Campeau born 10th died 12th October son (III)-Antoine Campeau (1702-1759) and (V)-Marie Anne Pelletier.

October 17: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (II)-Charles Dufour son (I)-Pierre Dufour dit Bonvivant born 1714 and (III)-Marie Charlotte Gloria (1721-1766).

November 25: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (III)-Jacques DeMarsac, died December 1, 1745, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), son (II)-Jacques DeMarsac de Lomtrou (1707-1745) and (II)-Marie Anne Chapoton .

November 25: Cahokia, Illinois, birth, (IV)-Marie Catherine Picard, Metis, daughter (III)-Louis Picard b-1692 and Marie Anne Padoka des Ricaras, a Cahokia savage.

December 21: Detroit, death, Jacques Cassee dit St. Aubin died December 21, 1745, son Jean Casse d-1759, and Marie Louise Gautier; married Catherine Vien daughter Ignace Vien and Angelique Du Sable.

December 27: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), marriage, (II)-Jacques Casse dit St Aubin son (I)-Jean Casse dit St Aubin and Marie Louise Gautier; married (IV)-Catherine Jean Vien, died April 12, 1779, British Fort Detroit, (Michigan), daughter (III)-Ignace Jean Vien and Angelique Du Sable.

December: Mackinac, New France (Michigan), (V)-Louis B. Amiot, Metis, is born and died Mackinac, New France (Michigan), October 28, 1757 son (IV)-Jean Baptiste Ambrose Amiot, born 1694, and Marie Anne Kitoulague sauvagesse.

1746

Makinae, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Charlotte Ambrosine Bourassa daughter (III)-Rene Bourassa dit LaRonde (1718-1792) and (III)-Anne Charlotte Veronica Chavalier, baptised 1746, see marriage August 3, 1744

Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), birth, (III)-Marie Anne Marthe Chaboillez daughter (II)-Charles Chaboillez (1706-1757) and Marie Anne Chevalier.

Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Marie Josephe Gamelin daughter (III)-Laurent Eustache Gamelin, born 1695 negociant, died March 11, 1774, British Fort Detroit, (Michigan), and (III)-Marie Joseph Dudevoir et Bonvouloir dit Lachene daughter (II)-Claude Dudevoir dit Bonvouloir and Barbara Elisabeth Cardinal.

Birth, (III)-Marie Joseph Grignon son (II)- Pierre Grignon (1709-1736?) and (III)- Josephe Marguerite Chevalier, born 1723; another son (III)-Hopolite birth date unknown, 1st marriage unknown, 2nd marriage Lisitte Charette.

Mackinimackinac, New France (Michigan), marriage, (III)-Jean Baptiste Jourdain etablia a la Baie-Verte June 27, 1718 Montreal, Quebec, son (II)-Guill Alexander Jourdian b-1636 and (II)-Angelique Roy aussi appelee la Reine; married, Marie Josephe Reaume b-1728/29, Metis, of La Baye (Green Bay), New France (Wisconsin) daughter Jean Baptiste Reaume and Symphorose Ouaouabouigne (8a8ab8ke8e).

Charles LeGardeur, sieur de Croisille (1677-1749) commanded Fort St. Frederic (Crown Point, Co. Essex, New York).

Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, Marie Anne Reaume daughter Hyacinthe Reaume (1704-1774) and Agathe Lacelle (1709-1778): married 1765 Pierre Baron Lupien.

Francoise Sauvagesse Sauteuse (b-1721) of Sault Ste Marie, New France (Michigan/Ontario), baptised June 29, 1746 at Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan), second wife sieur Rochereau and sister of Francoise Sauvagesse Sauteuse (1717-1742) first wife of sieur Rochereau.

Jean Baptiste Jarett, sieur de Vercheres (1687-1752) was commander Green Bay, New France (Wisconsin), 1746-1747.

Joseph La France estimated the Indians traded 130,000 beaver and 9,000 marten to York Factory, (Manitoba). Ellis, however, wrote he estimates York trade is 40-50,000 furs.

Jacques LeGardeur St. Pierre (1701-1755) arrived Mackinaw, New France (Michigan), with 100 canoe supplies. He would assume command of Mackinaw, New France (Michigan), in 1747. His brother Louis LeGardeur, Chevalier de Repentigny as second officer. Following Mackinaw, New France (Michigan), he is posted 1750 to the Winnipeg Region Fort La Reine (Portage LaPrairie), (Manitoba) and in 1753 to Erie Country. He is also involved in the Second Sioux Company until 1749.

The following voyagers are recorded at Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), this year in the birth, death and marriage records: Chevalier, Pierre Parent, Pierre Locat, voyageur, who is living Sault Ste Marie, New France (Michigan/Ontario), with wife Josephe Chevalier, (III)-Jean DuLignon (1762), voyageur, and his wife Marie Josephte

Angelique Lemaire, (1717-1748), (Savage), are still living at Sault Ste Marie, New France (Michigan/Ontario).

Paul Louis Dazemard (d'Azemar), sieur de Lousignan (Lusignan) born 1691, and died after 1746, commander at Green Bay, New France (Wisconsin), visited the Dakota Territory, attempting to arrest the French deserting Voyagers who fled into the west upon hearing the news at Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), that the French were again at war. He is unsuccessful, but returns to Montreal, Quebec with four Dakota Chiefs for council. He also ordered the Coureurs des Bois to return to New France. He planned to have them arrested in Missilimackinac, New France (Michigan), so they abandoned him, but he returned with 4 Dakota Chiefs and established a peace treaty between the Ojibwa of Lapointe and the Ojibwa of the lakes and plains in the Dakota Territory.

As a result of the De Lusignan's attempt to arrest the Coureurs des Bois, the voyagers of Sault Ste Marie, New France (Michigan/Ontario) and other points of Lake Superior, Ojibwa Country, are robbed of their goods and maltreated. Even the commandant at Mackinaw, New France (Michigan), is exposed to insolence, and there is no security anywhere. (I)-Charles de Beauharnois de La Boische (1671-1749, Governor New France (1726-1747) dispatched Saint Pierre to the scene of disorder, expecting an easy settlement due to his reputation. He captured three men, sending them back to Montreal, Quebec, under armed guard. The savages, Indians, Metis and Coureurs des Bois were so cross that they stopped all trade with the French. Saint Pierre reports that the savages escaped, having killed their guards- some seven or eight soldiers. The Green Bay lease, New France (Wisconsin), expired and no one would bid for its trade privilege. The Commandant allowed two private traders access for 1,000 francs each. Augustin de Langlade is believed one of these free traders

The French again intercepted Hudson Bay trade by building a settlement one hundred and fifty miles above Henley House on the Albany River (Ontario).

January 10: Cahokia, (Illinois/Missouri), marriage, Bernard Bouillon married Marie Pancrasse daughter Pancrace Pancrasse, elle epouse October 9, 1743, (III)-Joseph Brault, died Mat 19, 1745 Cahokia, (Illinois/Missouri), dit Pominville, killed by the Sioux.

February 15: Sault Ste Marie, New France (Michigan/Ontario), birth, (IV)-Pierre Charles Hamelin (Gueniere), Metis, died December 6, 1747, Michillimackinac, New France (Michigan), son (III)-Charles Francois Hamelin dit LaGunnier also La Gueniere, Gueniere and LaGuenier, born July 8, 1714, Grondines, died 1760, called an ancient voyager and his wife's slave woman Marie (Catherine) Anastasie a Sauteux woman, born 1725/1728, died February 1, 1748 daughter de M8us (Mouus), sauteux infidele, filleule de Daillebout de Coulonage et de Mme Langlade.

March: Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan), birth, Jean Baptism Chaboyer-Villeneuve enfant of Madeleine a slave of both sieur Chaboyer (Chaboillez) 1706-1757) and Daniel Villeneuve, baptism is July 22, 1747 Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

March 21: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (V)-Marie Louise Godet daughter (IV)-Jacques Godet (1699-1760) and (IV)-Marie Louise St. Martin dit Baudry Desbuttes, epouse January 11, 1762, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), Joseph Dussault.

April 21: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), (III)-Marie Casse daughter (II)-Charles Casse and (II)-Therese Esteve (1724-1748).

April 29: Fort St. Joseph (Niles, Michigan), birth, (III)-Charles Stanislaus Dagneau de Quindre de Douville dit Fontenay, baptised May 23, 1747 Michilmackinac, New France (Michigan), died after 1823, Dover twp, Kent City, Ontario. son (II)-Cesaire Dagneau (1704-1767) and Francoise Marianne Picote (1714-1756); 1st married before

1775 to unknown, 2nd married November 18, 1780 Assumption, Ontario, Marie Catherine Chene dit Labutte daughter Pierre Chene dit Labutte and Marie Anne Cuillerier dit Beaubien.

May 4: Michilimackinac, baptism, Marianne Marthe Chaboyer born April 8, 1746 at St Pierre and St. Paul where they wintered, daughter Charles Chaboyer, voyager and Marianne Chevalier.

May 26: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Marie Louise Campeau daughter (III)-Jean Baptiste Campeau (1711-1783) and (III)-Catherine Perthus (1718-1763).

May 28: Rimouski, birth (II)-Louis Francois Celier, Metis, son (I)-Francois Celier married 1742 Rimouski Marguerite Sauvagesse.

Spring: (II)-Alexander Dagneau sieur de Douville (1698-1773/74), interpreter, listed Fort Wayne (Fort Miami) to escort Miami to council at Montreal, Quebec, but only got as far as Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), because of an uprising.

June 10: (IV)-Joseph Nicolas Gouin, born, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), married Ouilincotia (Miamis) (d-1780), second marriage 1781 British Fort Detroit, (Michigan), Archange Boyer.

June 10: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Zacharie Chiquot died September 18, 1746 son (III)-Zacharie Chiquot (1708-1775) and (III)-Marie Angelique Godfroy (1720-1791).

June 12: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Jean Baptiste Caron son (III)-Vital Caron (1702-1747) and (II)-Madeleine Pruneau veuve de Jean Baptiste Casse.

June 14: Michilimackinac, baptism, Louis Amiot born October 1745 at Riviere aux plains near Chicago, son Amiot and Marianne

June 15: A permit, sieur Tourangeau bourgeois; deux conducteurs de Montreal, Quebec; Louis Menard, Joseph Leblanc (?), du Sault au Recollet; Antoine Bourbonnais and Francois Meloche de Lachine, Quebec; Jean Vincent de Sainte Genevieve to Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan). Also Joseph Couillard, Paul Primot, Louis Desroches, Baptiste Pomainville fils Joachim Primot, Louis Bourdeaux de Chateauguay for Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan). Also Antoine Laguerche, bourgeois, Pierre Lassiseraye des Trois Rivieres, Quebec; Joseph Adam, Francois Mongis (?), Antoine Frigon, Alexis David, de Batiscan; Claude (DuDevoir?) de Lachine to Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

June 15: A permit, Neveu LaNorey; Le sieur Neveu, bourgeois de Montreal, Quebec; Jean Baptiste Rapin; Vital Ladouceur, Francois Poirier, Francois Vincent, Jean Baptiste Tabeau, Pierre efface de Lachine, Quebec, to Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan). Also for Provencher and Leduc; Jean Baptiste Lassiseraye, Joseph Lassiseraye du Bout de L'Ile; Paul Parisien du Bout de L'Ile; Michel Deschamps de L'Ile Perrot; Pierre efface du Cap Saint Claude for Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

June 20: A permit, Gatineau, bourgeois; le sieur d'Ailleboust de Perigny, associe Joseph DuRivage de Montreal, Quebec; Michel Leduc de I'ile Perrot; Louis Germain de Longueuil; Gabriel Recher (?) des Trois Rivieres, Quebec, Charles Beauport de Saint Sulpice for Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

June 20: Michilimackinac, baptism, Elizabeth daughter of an un-named Frenchman and Francois, grandfather is Paskel Chevalier and grandmother Catherine Rocheveau.

June 29: Michilimackinac, baptism, Francois Rocheveau born 1721 a Sauteux Savage son of the sister of the late Francois Rocheveau.

July: Gabriel Allard (1714-1777) was hired by Louis Ailleboust of Coulonge for trip to Fort Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan).

July 3: Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan), baptism, Angelique d'epee daughter Louis Ferus d'epee and a Savage woman slave M. Chevalier.

July 11: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (III)-Toussaint Chauvin son (II)-Charles Chauvin and (III)-Marie Madeleine Cauchon born 1655; veuve d'Oliver Michel.

July 25: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), marriage, Francois Racine to (II)-Angelique Gelibert daughter (I)-Simon Gelibert dit Sanspeur and (II)-Marguerite Lepage b-1692

August 2: Montreal, Quebec, merchants: Monsieur Louis Damour Esquire, Monsieur De Clignancourt, Monsieur (II)-Jean Gareau (signed Garreau) alias St. Onge, and Paul Leduc (born 1706), leased the post of La Baye (Green Bay), New France (Wisconsin), and its dependencies. (II)-Jean Garreau was a member of the Sioux Company, formed in 1726 to exploit trade with that tribe. Paul Leduc's (born 1706) daughter- Elizabeth Leduc, married into the Garreau family in 1759.

September 18: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, Pierre Claude Guyon son Claude Guyon (Despres) and Angelique Bienvenu.

October 3: Michilmackinac, baptism, Therese Parent daughter Parent a voyageur and Marianne Chaboyere.

October 4: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Charles Campeau son (III)-Antoine Campeau (1702-1759) and (V)-Marie Anne Pelletier; married January 20, 1772, British Fort Detroit, (Michigan), Marie Louise Borde.

October 9: Michilimackinac, baptism, Agathe Villeneuve, Metis, born February 46, 1746 daughter a Frenchman un-named and Marie Charlotte a Savage woman, grandfather is Francois Jerosme a Savage

October 14: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Marie Catherine Boyer daughter (III)-Pierre Boyer (1707-1765) and Marie Anne Louise Pepin.

October 18: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (III)-Francois Pierre Janis, died October 8, 1747, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), son (II)-Nicolas Francois Janis b-1720 and (II)-Therese Meloche b-1732.

October 26: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (II)-Jacques Casse son (II)-Jacques Casse and (IV)-Catherine Jean Vien, died April 12, 1779.

November 23/26: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth/death, (III)-Pierre DeMarsac son (II)-Francois DeMarsac (1706-1777) and Therese Cecile Campeau (1714-1746).

November 26: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Pierre Campeau son (III)-Paul Alexandre Campeau born 1709 and (III)-Marie Charlotte Pineau.

1747

(I)-Jacques (James) Albert Apert dit Lapine and Marie Catherine Dagneau, born 1728, died April 2, 1753, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), and transferred their business this year from Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), to Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), and their Jacques Legardner de Saint Pierre kept the peace. But there was an uprising at Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), so Jacques sent his young wife to Montreal, Quebec, for her safety.

Francois Marie Picote, sieur de Belestre (1719-1793) commanded St. Joseph. (Prairie du Rocher, Randolph, Illinois?)

William Moor, an Englishman, is in Hudson Bay.

Denis Nadeau b-1747 Canada married Madeleine Indian b-1775 most likely North West.

Green Bay, marriage, Pierre Julien Trottier Desrivieres to Marie Anne Louise Testard (1721-1799) daughter Jacques Testard sieur de Montigny (1662-1737) and Marie Anne Laporte de Louvigny (1696-1763).

Francois Guillaume Dagneau Picanier (1747-1823) likely Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan) Region.

(II)-Louis Cesair Dagneau (1704-1767) transferred his business from his post near River St. Joseph to Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), and became leading supplier of the fort at this location. Indian problems resulted in him sending his wife Marie Anne Picote (1717-1756) back to Montreal, Quebec. Peace with the Indians was kept by Jacques Legardeur de Saint Pierre at Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), but there was an uprising at Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan).

Summer: Nicolas Joseph de Noyelles, sieur de Fleurimont (1694-1767) is appointed commander at Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), by Louis Luc (Chevalier) de La Corne de Chapt seigneur de Terrebonne b-1704, a former commander who is gathering an army of Potawatomis, Illinois, Sauks, Miamis and Menominees to attack the Mohawks and New England settlements with Jacques Legardeur, de Saint Pierre.

Pierre Julien Troiter Desrivieres and Company leased Fort Maurepas and Fort la Reine from La Verendrye.

The Red River (Manitoba) census of 1831 to 1838 lists Laurent Cadotte Sr. born 1747 North West and Canada- depending on the census year. Could be son (III)-Jean Baptiste Cadotte born 1723 and living Nipigon and Sault Ste Marie, both Canadian (Ontario) and American side (Michigan). His date of birth varies from 1747 to 1757.

The two Laurent Cadotte jr. born 1773 and 1783 may suggest two or more Cadotte Sr.? The following voyagers are listed L'Assomption de Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan): Jean Baptiste Goreau, Pierre Gournay, Guillarime Gayeau (Goyeau).

(I)-James Isham, d-1761, clerk writer, a bigamist of the Hudson Bay Company, attributed the drop in marten pelts, from 3,000 last year to 300 this year, to those Canadian Peddlers, on the Saskatchewan River. The Canadian Peddlers (Metis) are capable of working in a canoe twenty hours out of every twenty-four, for two or three weeks at a time. During their paddling, they smoke almost continually and sing the songs which have been passed down from their fathers and grandfathers. They rest from five to ten minutes every two hours when they refill their pipes, and it is more common for them to describe distance in terms of so many pipes than in any other way.

The Ohio Company is formed by a group of Anglo-Americans; being given a land grant of 500,000 acres in the Ohio Valley for settlement. The company objective is to extend the settlement of Virginia westward for land speculation. This action alarmed the French as they also claimed the Ohio Valley. Fort Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), records lists Paul Marin de La Periere as commandant au Wisconsin.

The following voyagers are recorded at Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), this year in the birth, death and marriage records: F. Baribeau, Thomas Blondeau, Etienne

Auger, Jean Baptiste Tellier who married Marie Josephe, Jean DuLigon who married Marie Angelique Savage (1717-1748), Michel Rochereau, voyageur living Sault Ste Marie, New France (Michigan/Ontario).

When a Voyager entered the region of the Great Lakes, there was neither priest, father, nor governor at hand to keep them in order. They show an ease in adapting their European culture to that of the Savage culture. They imitate their customs and are becoming incorporated into their tribes. Most of the children of early mixed marriages are absorbed into the mother's tribe, according to ancient tradition.

Fort Frontenac, (Kingston, Ontario) recorded birth, marriage and deaths (1747-1752).

January: Hurons, marriage, (III)-Jean Baptiste Gouyou ey Goyau, born November 3, 1722, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), died March 19 1764 Fort Detroit, New

France (Michigan), son (II)-Jean Baptiste Gouyou (Goyau dit Lagarde), born October 13, 1688, and (II)-Marie Deguire Larose (1700-1733) aux Hurons; (registered with the Hurons ( see the archives de la Marine, in Paris.)) ; married January 1747 Louise Delieres (dit Bonvouloir) aux Hurons born February 7, 1724, died September 15, 1766 Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), (registre des Hurons (acyuellement aux archives de la marine a Paris)) daughter (I)-Julien Delieres dir Bonvouloir et Emeloir (1681-1737) and (II)-Marthe Daragon b-1698 daughter (I)-Francois Dargon.

January 1: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (III)-Joseph Marie Bienvenu son (II)-Alexis Bienvenu (1701-1763) and (III)-Elisabeth Bouron died 1763, see parent marriage 1740.

January 25: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), (II)-Pierre Laurent Cosme born October 30, Montreal et St. Cosme, Quebec; bourgeois son (I)-Pierre Cosme et St. Cosme and (II)-Elisabeth Faye born 1695; married (III)-Catherine Barrois born 1727 died November 3, 1790, daughter (II)-Francois Barrois.

January 29: Therese Locat born Sault Ste Marie daughter Pierre Locat and Josephe Chevalier, baptised May 7, Mackinac, New France (Michigan).

February: Pierre Pelletier married Mackinac, New France (Michigan), Francois Parent.

February: Pierre Antaya dit Pellitier died before 1805 is assumed the first settler Prairie du Chein, (Wisconsin).

February 7: Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), marriage, Pierre Pelletier son Pierre Pelletier and Charlotte Armond; married Francoise Parant daughter Pierre Parant and Marianne Chaboiller.

March 17: Makinae, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Anne Catherine Bourassa died 1818 daughter (III)-Rene Bourassa dit LaRonde (1718-1792) and (III)-Anne Charlotte Veronica Chavalier baptised 1746, see marriage August 3, 1744; 1st marriage 1754 likely Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), Charles Langlade, 2nd marriage October 12, 1773 British Fort Detroit, (Michigan), Jean Baptiste Leduc.

April 2: A permit, Hubert Lacroix; Louis Menard du Sault au Recollet; Louis illisible de Repentigny; Jean Tabau de Lachine; Nicolas Deschamps de I'ile Perrot (pour monter et descendre); Joseph Champagne de Montreal, Quebec; Andre Demers de Montreal, Quebec (wintering) at Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

April 22: A permit, sieurs de Clignancour, Moniere and L'Echelle for (II)-Jean Gareau Saint Onage(b-1679) for post de La Baie, New France (Wisconsin); Francois Deno, Joseph, Jacques Poupart de Laprairie; Rene (?) Oubau, Joseph Hubert, Pierre Hubert, Bernard Laviolette de Chataeuguay; Claude Grenier de I'ilr Perrot; Jean Baptiste Masson, Francois Masson, Charles Duno (?), Joseph Gautier de Lachine; Antoine Lalonde, Charles Latreille, Antoine Larose de Sainte Genevieve; Charles Saint Pierre, Alexander Humo, Joseph Boismenu, Francois Traversy, Joseph Oylet (Ouellet), Alexander Denis, Charles Leblamc, Julien Glinel du Sault au Recollet; Jacques Delisle de la Pointe aux Trembles; Etienne Marlot, Francois Gautier, Pierre Bourdon, Folleville (?), Bourdon, Jean Baptiste Jerome de Lachine; Joseph Duplessis de Quebec; J. Bouchard de la Riviere des Prairies; Pierre Roberge de la Pointe aux Trembles; Jacques Latreille de Sainte Genevieve; Joseph Henry de Montreal; Fauvion (?) de Chateauguay.

April 22: A permit, Jacques Giasson; Joseph Saint Germain de Lachine, Quebec; Pierre Champagne de Leprairie de la Madeleine; Jean Leblanc de Saint Michel; Joseph Aynault (Hainault) de I'ile Perrot; Andre Laframboise des Sources; Jean Baptiste Vincent de la Cote Saint Paul to Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

April 22: A permit, Rene DesPins; Bertrand, Paul Parisien, Pierre Ladouceur, Paul Laviolette tous du Bout de I'Iie; Lafleur de Lavaltrie, Valois (wintering) de Lavaltrie, Valois (wintering) de la Pointe Claire; Provost de Boucherville to Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

April 22: A permit, Jean Noel DesRivieres (Beaubien) (1721-1765); Raymond Quesnel de Montreal, Quebec; Raymond Champagne (?) du Coteau Saint Pierre; nom illisible de L'Assomption; Antoine Caty de la Pointe aux Trembles, Quebec; Francois Pronoveau de Batiscan; Lapierre de Saint Michel; Demers de Montreal, Quebec, to Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan). Jean Noel Beaubien (1721-1765) alias Trotier Desrivieres leased Fort Maurepas and Fort La Reine this year.

April 22: A permit, Jean Baptiste Lefebvre; Etienne Roy de Lachine; Paul Chevalier de Montreal, Quebec; Etienne Chatto and Jean Baptiste Boulevisse de Montreal, Quebec; nom efface dit Thomas de Boacherville; Joseph Daguilhe for Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

April 22: A permit, sieur d'Ailleboust; Francois Lafantaisie; Charles Lafantaisie; Marien Mata (?); Jean Lapensee; Louis Lafantaisie; Bernard Lafantaisie for Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

April 22:n A permit, sieur Giasson; Nicolas Brousseau de L'Assomption; Andre Lachapelle de Repentigny; Francois Morisseau de Repentigny; Pierre Roy de Repentigny; Nicolas Berger de Varennes; Jacques Leclerc de Laprairie for Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

April 22: A permit, Montreal, Quebec to Nepigon for Jean Courville, guide for Cote Saint Pierre, Jean Landreville et Pierre Landreville de Sainte Therese; Jacques Chaput de L'Assomption, Charles Parisien de L'ile Perrot; Nicolas Deslauriers de la Pointe Claire; Pierre Leduc de L'ile Perrot; Louis Leveille; Saint Jean des Cedres dit Claude Raimbault; Nicolas Leduc, Francois et.... Beauchamp de L'Assomption; Michel Gagnon de Quebec.

April 22: A permit, to (II)-Alexis Grignon (1714-1786) from Montreal, Quebec to Post Ouiatanons, crew includes (II)-Alexis Grignon (1714-1786) des Grondines, guide; Lacombe, Desroussel, Honore Danis, Lapierre, Alexis Mayrand de Montreal; Pagard Hamelin, des Grondines; Loranger de Sainte Anne pres Batiscan; Louis Leville, de Lachenaie; Milot dit Santoire de Quebec; Claude Foisy de Vercheres; Michel Tetro de Vercheres; Prouix de Vercheres (actuellement aux Cedres); Beland de la Pointe aux Trembles de Quebec.

April 24: A Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), marriage, Charles Andre Barthie and (IV)-Marie Therese Campeau died June 13, 1765 British Fort Detroit, (Michigan), daughter (III)-Jean Louis Campeau (1702-1774) and (II)-Marie Louise Robert died 1776.

April 26: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (V)-Genevieve Godet daughter (IV)-Jacques Godet (1699-1760) and (IV)-Marie Louise St. Martin dit Baudry Desbuttes, epouse January 11, 1762, British Fort Detroit, (Michigan), Joseph Dussault, Jean Baptiste Campeau. See October 4, 1747

April 30: A permit, Baptiste Texier (Tessier) de Montreal, Quebec, guide, Nicolas Patenaude de Longueuil, guide; Baptiste Latour de Saint Laurent, Pierre Trepagne de Saint Laurent; Thomas Pilon de la Pointe Claire; Joseph Ladouceur de la Point Claire; Etienne Bourbaut de la Pointe Claire; Francois Lepire de Montreal, Quebec; Jean Lefebvre de Montreal; Jean Baptiste Parisien de Bout de I'Ile; Pierre Biguer de Saint Anne for Fort Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

May 1: (IV)-Joseph Marguerite DuLignon born Saulte Ste Marie, New France (Michigan/Ontario) daughter Sieur (III)-Jean DuLignon, voyager, and Marie Josephte Angelique Lemaire, (1717-1748), (Savage), also (IV)-Marie Angliique DuLignon, baptised June 17 Mackinac, New France (Michigan).

May 7: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), marriage, (III)-Pierre Chesne born September 23, 1724, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), son (II)-Charles Chesne born 1694 and (II)-Catherine Sauvage (1695-1778); married (II)-Marie Clemence Chapoton daughter (I)-Jean Baptiste Chapoton born 1726, died November 20, 1753, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan).

May 7: Michilimackinac, baptism, Therese Locat born January 29, 1747, Pierre Locat a voyageur and Josephe Chevalier, residing Sault Ste Marie, godfather is Michel Rocheveau, a voyager.

May 17: A permit, sieur Gaudet; Jean Chartrain, Pierre Despelneux (?), Prodhomme, Joseph Panis, Jean Baptiste Prouix, Baptiste Raymond for Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan).

May 23: Michilmackinac, New France (Michigan), baptism, (III)-Charles Stanislaus Dagneau de Quindre de Douville dit Fonteny, born April 29, 1746, Fort St. Joseph son (II)-Louis Cesaire Dgneau (1704-1767) and Francoise Marianne Picote (1714-1756).

May 23: Michilimackinac, baptism, Charles Stanislas Quindre born April 29, 1746 at St. Joseph son Caesaire de Quindre d'ouville and Francois Marianne Beletre, the family is returning from St. Joseph to Montreal.

May 29: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), baptism, (IV)-Joseph Bouron son (III)-Louis Bouron dit Clermont; habitant La Cote south of Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), and (II)-Marie Ripau et Roiet;

June 17: Michillimackinac, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Marguerite Joseph DuLignon Metis, born May 1747 Sault Ste Marie, daughter Sieur (III)-Jean DuLignon (d-1762), voyager, and Marie Josephte Angelique Lemaire, (1717-1748), (Savage), baptized July 17, 1743 Michimac, New France (Michigan), godmother is Anne Villeneuve, wife of Sieur Guyori, tanguay suggest death is 1762.

June 20: Michillimackinac, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Marie Joseph (Liselle) Jourdain, Metis, born April 1747 at La Baye, daughter (III)-Jean Baptiste Jourdain b-1718 and Marie Joseph Reaume; married July 24, 1764, Michillimackinac, New France (Michigan), Jean Baptiste Lebeau.

June 22: A permit, to Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan), for sieur Landreville; Nicolas Richard de la Riviere des Prairies; Joseph Marie Poirier de Montreal, Quebec; Philippe Dragon Lafrance des Coteaux; Alex DeBled de la Pointe aux Trembles; Jean Baptiste Gaudin de Laprairie; Jean illisible de Longueuil.

July 1: Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), marriage, Charles Joseph Parsonne (Personne/Parson) dit Lafond, Forgeron, son Nicholas Parsonne and Madaline LaFevre of Montreal, Quebec; married Suzanne Reaume, Metis daughter Jean Baptiste Reaume b-1675 of La Baie and Symphorose Ouaouabouigne (8a8ab8k8e).

July 7: A permit, to Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan), for sieur Landreville; Joseph Groleau de Laprairie; Laurent Beaudin de Laprairie; Jean Baptiste Bassinet de la Pointe aux Trembles; Laurent Dagenest de Saint Michel; Jean Baptiste Pepin de Champlain; Antoine Pepin de Champlain.

July 7: Etienne Auger to Mackinac, New France (Michigan), as a voyageur, source Tanguay.

July 7: Michilimackinac, baptism, Marie Francois Bolon, Metis, son Gabriel Bolon and savage, godfather Etienne Auger a voyageur.

July 9: A permit, of (I)-Charles de Beauharnois de La Boische (1671-1749, Governor New France (1726-1747) to (III)-Louis Charly of Saint Ange, to depart Montreal, Quebec, with four canoe with a crew of six men under command of Joseph LaViolette for everyone to render to the Post of La Pointe, Chagouamigon Bay, Ojibwa Country (Lake Superior, Wisconsin). Prohibition from making treaty or trade elsewhere than the Post. The Role since being called four canoe; Joseph LaViolette, as guide, (I)-Claude Bourbonnais (married 1755 St. Francis Du Lac), (III)-Olive Garneau (alias Garao, Garau, Gasoe, Gavahau, Ganahau, Ganahan, Garahan, Garaheau, Coline de Carillon and Perrin de Louargat born 1706 at Bout de I'IIe, Montreal, Quebec), (III)-Charles La Plante alias (LeBlanc and La Plaque of Charlesbourg), Charles La Jeunesse alias Genest (1725-1752 St. Antoine Tilly), (III)-Joseph Ranger alias LaViolette (born 1727), (III)-Joseph Robillard (born 1722), LaViolette son (Gabriel Attina?) , all from Bout-de-I'Ile (Saint Anne, Montreal, Quebec); Jacques Desloges, Joseph Poitevin, Joseph Le Clerc and Charles Deau (Dault), of I'Ile Perrot; Charles Deniau and Pierre Lacroix, of Lachine, Quebec; Pierre Ouimet and Charles La Riviere, of Montreal, Quebec; Francois L'Ecuyer, of la Montagne; Charles Robert and Andre Languedoc, of Boucherville; Joseph Charron and Joseph Boismenu (*), of the Sault-au-Recollet; Joseph Morisseaux and Pierre Morisseaux, of Repentigny; (III)-Claude Boyer (born 1722), of La Riviere Saint-Pierre. (*) All appear to be traveling using aliases.

July 20: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (II)-Marie Anne Apert, daughter (I)-Jacques (James) Albert Apert dit Lapine and Marie Catherine Dagneau born 1728, died April 2, 1753 Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), see 1744.

July 22: Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), marriage, Jean Baptiste Tellier dit LaFortune, voyager, married Marie Joseph Nipissingue.

July 22: Michilimackinac, baptism, Marie Josephe born 1712 Nipissing, godfather is amr de Noyelle.

July 22: Michilimackinac, baptism, Francois Xavier b-1734 son Marie Josepth, godfather Sieur Baribeau a voyageur.

July 22: Michilimackinac, baptism, Rene Francois Bourassa b-1738, son Marie Joseph, godfather Rene Bourassa.

July 22: Michilimackinac, baptism, Ignace Tellier, Metis, b-1741, son Jean Baptiste Tellier dit la Fortune and Narie Josephe a Nipissingue Woman.

July 22: Michilimackinac, baptism, Joseph Tellier, Metis, b-1744, son Jean Baptiste Tellier dit la Fortune and Narie Josephe a Nipissingue Woman.

July 22: Michilimackinac, baptism, Marie Joseph Tellier, Metis, b-1747, daughter Jean Baptiste Tellier dit la Fortune and Narie Josephe a Nipissingue Woman.

July 22: Michilimackinac, baptism, Jean Baptiste Villeueuve born March 1746, Metis, b-1744, son Daniel Villeueuve and Madelieine a slave of Chaboyer.

August: Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan), baptism, Pierre Chevalier-Lullier, (Tallier) born 1744, Lac LaPluie, one enfant of Sioux a slave born Rainy Lake of M. Charles Chevalier-Lullier. godfather Poncelet Batillot dit Clermont, soldier of the garrison.

August 5: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (III)-Marie Madeleine Gastinon daughter (II)-Francois Catignon also Gastinon et Gastignon dit Duchesne born 1700 and (III)-Marie Joseph David ( 1698-1793); married Jean Baptiste Aide Crequy.

August 23: Philip LeDuc arrived at Mackinaw, New France (Michigan), from Lake Superior, Ojibwa Country, having been robbed of his goods at Kamanistigoya. He said the Ojibwa of Lake Superior are favorably disposed towards the English speaking people. St. Pierre departed Montreal, Quebec, to become Commandant at Mackinaw, New France (Michigan), and at Vercheres is appointed Green Bay, New France (Wisconsin).

September 1: Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan), baptism, Madeline Marin, a slave of M. Marin de la Periere (Perierre).

September 5: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (II)-Joachim Dufour son (I)-Pierre Dufour dit Bonvivant born 1714 and (III)-Marie Charlotte Gloria (1721-1766).

September 5: Michilimackinac, New France (Michigan), marriage, Joseph Guillory (Guillon) married Louise Bolon (Balon) daughter Gabriel Bolon (Balon) and Susanne Menard.

October 1: Cahokia, Illinois, birth, (IV)-Agnes Picard (Pichart), Metis, daughter (III)-Louis Picard b-1692 and Marie Anne Padoka des Ricaras, a Cahokia savage; married February 13, 1787, St. Louis, Missouri, Charles Belanger son (V)-Charles Belanger and (V)-Marguerite Gravelle b-1744..

October 4: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (V)-Genevieve Godet died October 8, 1747 Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), daughter (IV)-Jacques Godet (1699-1760) and (IV)-Marie Louise St. Martin dit Baudry Desbuttes, epouse January 11, 1762, British Fort Detroit, (Michigan), Joseph Dussault, Jean Baptiste Campeau.

October 12: Cahokia, (Illinois). marriage, Jacques Bertlor d-1753, son Jean Baptiste Bertlor d-1757 and Madeleine Cardinal; married Suzanne Baron.

October 25: Michillimakinac, New France (Michigan), baptism, Louis Rene Cadieu, enfant of a slave of M. Cadieu.

October 25: Michilimackinac, baptism, Louis Rene Dion, Metis, b-1746 son illigimate son of Dion a voyager and a slave Catherine an Illinois Woman lawful wife Cadieu Resining.

November 13: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (II)-Jean Baptiste Esprit, died June 22, 1748, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), son (I)-Claude Esprit, a merchant, died (drown) June 12, 1750, and (II)-Angelique Bienvenue born 1721.

November 17: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), death, (I)-Jean Bineau dit LaJeunesse born 1675.

November 17: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (III)-Elisabeth Cosme et St. Cosme, died March 2, 1776, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), daughter (II)-Pierre Laurent Cosme et St. Cosme; married November 28, 1763, British Fort Detroit, (Michigan), Augustin Lafoy.

November 24: Illinois Country, birth, (IV)-Laurent Faucher dit Chateauvert, baptised, July 17, 1748, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), son (III)-Jean Baptiste Faucher dit Chateauvert, born January 26, 1704, Pte Aux Trembles and 1st marriage (III)-Francoise Delise born 1701 daughter (II)-Antoine Delisle.

November 24: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Marguerite Douaire de Bondy daughter (III)- Joseph Douaire de Bondy ( 1700-1760) and (III)-Marie Anne Campeau born 1707.

November 24-28: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth/death, (II)-Suzanne Casse dit St. Aubin born 24, died November 28, 1770, Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), daughter (I)-Jean Casse and (II)-Suzanne Esteve dit Lajeunesse born 1721.

December 6: Michillimackinac, New France (Michigan), death, (IV)-Pierre Charles Hamelin, Metis, born February 15, 1746, Sault Ste Marie, New France (Michigan/Ontario), died December 6, 1747, Michillimackinac, New France (Michigan), son (III)-Charles Hamelin (1714-1760) alias LaGueniere or LaGuenier and female savage called Catherine (Marie Athanasie) (1726-1748) of the Sauteaux Nation daughter of the pagan Savage called Mouns and former slave Charles 1st wife Marie Athanasie (1708-1745). They had two other children Georges and Marie Joseph.

December 6: Michilimackinac, baptism, Pierre Charles Hamelin, Metis born February 25, 1746 at Sault Ste Marie son Charles Hamelin and female savage called Catherine of the Saulteux Nation daughter of pagan called Mouns.

December 17: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth, (IV)-Cecile Campeau daughter (III)-Nicolas Campeau (1710-1756) and (II)-Agathe Casse (1716-1808); married January 30, 1766, British Fort Detroit, (Michigan), Claude Leblond; 2nd marriage February 23, 1784 British Fort Detroit, (Michigan), Pierre Chesne.

December 22-28: Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), birth/death, (IV)-Marie Louise Gouyou daughter (III)-Jean Baptiste Gouyou (1722-1764) and (II)-Louise Delieres (1724-1766).