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OCONTO COUNTY
Wisconsin
FAMILIES and BIOGRAPHIES

.BELONGIA - BELANGER.

Contributed by: Cathy McTavish

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     My Grandmother Mabel Belongia McTavish died at the age of 98 years old in December of 2000 at the Oconto Nursing home.  That event sent my sister Sandra O’Connor and myself off on a quest for our families history!  Our family has deep roots in the Oconto area, my mother being from Lena, and my father Oconto, and I have always felt deep affection for the city.  My mother’s sister Gen Lane had already handled most of the Neta/Maternoski research, so we first set off in search of our Belongia/Belanger roots.

       We were astonished when this research took us to a Canada where only 100 Europeans lived in the early 1600’s.  Our Belongia heritage was everything that French-Canada is!  From Iroquois Indian raids, to Fur trading ancestors, these roots settled in Quebec and Acadia (Nova Scotia) and made the country the French speaking civilization it is today!  We were aghast to learn that Nova Scotia was once French Acadia, and that is was our Ancestor Germain Doucet who lost the Island to the British and then it became Nova Scotia.  Another ancestor, Abraham Martin, had the land he settled on become known as the Plains of Abraham.  Many battles of the Revolutionary war were fought on this land.  Unfortunately most of our ancestors were on the losing side of these battles……(never could pick the right side).

       The only branch of the family who lived in Colonial America took off for Prince Edward Island in Canada before the outbreak of the Revolution!  And a daughter of that branch married into another family that fled the United States after the war, when for some reason Revolutionary War soldiers who fought for the British were not very welcome!

       This is about where the Scotch branch of the family comes into the picture.   Once again, we participated in the losing side of the battle when our 5th great-grandfather fought against the English in the Battle of Culloden.  In order to obtain forgiveness and keep his head, he volunteered to fight with the Fraser Highlanders as a Lieutenant in the French and Indian war in the American colonies.  It was in his stay here that he realized what promise American had, and he sent his son Simon McTavish to American to learn the fur trade.  It was this Simon McTavish who was the guiding force of the Northwest Company, a fur trading company who had roots inside of Wisconsin.  When Simon died, he left money to his extended family and it was with this that Donald McTavish left Scotland and immigrated to the Gaspe Peninsula of Canada.  And it was this Simon, the son of Donald that made his way to Oconto, where he settled and bought the Richard House in Oconto.  The family was finally vindicated when Simon’s son, my grandfather Frank, finally fought on a winning side, when he served with the Rainbow division of WWI.

      Meanwhile times were changing in East Europe and the floodgate of immigrates opened and the Neta’s Lorangs, Nehrenhausens, Maternoski’s, arrived in the Oconto area, bringing with them the customs of their countries and marrying into the old settled Oconto families.

     I look forward to sharing this information and helping others with their research.  I appreciate corrections, and look forward to meeting some long lost cousins!

 Cathy McTavish
Madison, WI

Ancestors of George Belongia



Generation No. 1

 1.  George Belongia, born November 09, 1874 in Oconto, WI; died February 28, 1939 in Oconto, WI.  He was the son of 2. Joseph Azarie Belongia and 3. Mary Eloise Leneau.  He married (1) Amelia Olsen January 07, 1895 in St Peters Catholic Church, Oconto, WI.  She was born October 18, 1874 in Pulcifer, Wisconsin, and died March 02, 1962 in Oconto, WI.  She was the daughter of Nielson Olsen and Lisbeth Anderson.

Notes for George Belongia:
George owned a Threshing machine(steam operated) with several teams of horses.  He contracted out to bale hay and separate grain.  He had a crew of men that often stayed in bunks in the shed in back of the house.  Sometimes he was paid in produce, Amelia cooked for the crew. He also owned a hay press and a coal tender.  He quit this business when Jo Herald was 3 years old and went to work for the John Marsh Construction company all over the United States.  He was the Street Commissioner of Oconto, and when he came back from John Marsh he worked for the Oconto Highway Dept until he retired.

One of Dad's favorite memories was of George taking his hounds Jimmy and Fanny and hunting rabbits with Dad.  Dad said this is where his love of hunting started!

More About George Belongia:
Burial: Oconto, Wi  Catholic Cemetary

Notes for Amelia Olsen:
Amelia  told her children that she was born in a log cabin in Pulcifer, WI.

Amelia was baptised Lutheran and converted to Catholic before she married.  She was baptised Catholic by Father Vallent (the Good Father) who is buried in the Oconto Catholic Cemetary across from my grandmother Mabel McTavish.

More About Amelia Olsen:
Burial: Oconto, Wi  Catholic Cemetary

Generation No. 2

 2.  Joseph Azarie Belongia, born August 17, 1850 in Ste-Ursule, Quebec, Canada; died March 30, 1935 in Oconto, WI.  He was the son of 4. Moise Belongia and 5. Marie-Josepht Piette Dit Trempe.  He married 3. Mary Eloise Leneau September 21, 1870 in Oconto, WI.
 3.  Mary Eloise Leneau, born September 01, 1844 in Ste. Ursule,Quebec, Canada; died November 18, 1912 in Oconto, Wisconsin.  She was the daughter of 6. Narcisse Juneau and 7. Madeleine Trudel.

Notes for Joseph Azarie Belongia:
took birth and death dates from Cemetery In Oconto,  Grave site was shown to me by Agnes Nerenhausen (Belongia)
 

Azarie is the french word for Isaac
Isaac was living with George and Amelia Belongia on the 1930 Census
 

Children of Joseph Belongia and Mary Leneau are:
 1 i. George Belongia, born November 09, 1874 in Oconto, WI; died February 28, 1939 in Oconto, WI; married Amelia Olsen January 07, 1895 in St Peters Catholic Church, Oconto, WI.
  ii. William Belongia, born August 08, 1877 in Oconto, Wisconsin; died October 29, 1921 in Oconto, Wi; married Phemie Trudeau; born September 04, 1876; died July 28, 1959 in Oconto, Wisconsin.
  iii. Vina Belongia, born May 02, 1878; died September 28, 1966; married Edward Cota; born May 02, 1879; died September 28, 1966.
  iv. Salime Belongia, born February 24, 1873 in Oconto, Wisconsin; died July 28, 1957; married Victor Degeneffe July 08, 1889 in Oconto, WI; born June 13, 1865; died January 21, 1951 in Oconto, Wisconsin.
  v. Sam Belongia, born 1876; died 1947 in Oconto, Wi; married Amelia Sheffen; born 1876 in Oconto, Wisconsin; died 1949 in Oconto, Wisconsin.
  vi. Virginia Belongia, born August 10, 1881 in Oconto Catholic Cemetary; died July 19, 1943 in Kenosha, WI; married Rudolf Ludwig; died Deceased.

Notes for Virginia Belongia:
Aunt Agnes told me that Virginia lived next to her, and that if they misbehaved Viriginia would tell their mother, so they were rather afraid of her.

More About Virginia Belongia:
Burial: Oconto Catholic Cemetary

  vii. Isaac Belongea, born February 28, 1883; died July 11, 1954 in Appleton, WI; married Ella Auguste Maldewin February 15, 1917 in St Peters Catholic Church, Oconto, WI; born September 06, 1896; died April 08, 1991 in Kaukauna, WI.

More About Isaac Belongea:
Burial: July 14, 1954, Kaukauna, WI

  viii. Theophile Belongia, born March 04, 1886 in Oconto, Wisconsin; died December 10, 1977 in Oconto, Wi; married Alice Eckert September 14, 1925 in Menominee, Michigan; born July 31, 1908 in Pensaukee, WI; died July 04, 2002 in Green Bay, WI.

More About Theophile Belongia:
Burial: Oconto Catholic Cemetary
 

Generation No. 3

 4.  Moise Belongia1, born August 08, 1805 in Louiseville Quebec, Canada; died May 09, 1891 in Oconto, WI.  He was the son of 8. Augustin Belanger and 9. Marguerite Jouineau.  He married 5. Marie-Josepht Piette Dit Trempe January 10, 1831 in St Joesph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.
 5.  Marie-Josepht Piette Dit Trempe, born March 19, 1809 in St-Joseph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; died 1889 in Oconto, Wisconsin.  She was the daughter of 10. Louis Piet Dit Trempe and 11. Elisabeth Leclair.

Notes for Moise Belongia:
Settled in Oconto in 1855
Moyse Belongia was born August 8th, 1805 in St. Ursule, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He married Josephte Piette dit Trempe at St. Joseph's, Maskinonge, St. Ursule on Jan 10, 1831 (from certificate).
A family story says that he was a river driver in the late 1840's and early 1850's near Kankakee, Illinois. One of his sons was born in Illinois around 1850 (according to census). There is a naturalization for a Moses Belonja who arrived at the Port of Green Bay in May of 1854 (declaration of intent certificate). At this time, this man is believed to be the Moses Belongia who settled in Oconto. Moses appears on the 1851 Quebec census and on the 1860 Oconto, Oconto census.

Moses died in 1891 before the first available plat of Oconto, Oconto. Moses and Jo had 11 kids
 

More About Moise Belongia:
Burial: Catholic Cemetary, Oconto, WI

Children of Moise Belongia and Marie-Josepht Trempe are:
 2 i. Joseph Azarie Belongia, born August 17, 1850 in Ste-Ursule, Quebec, Canada; died March 30, 1935 in Oconto, WI; married Mary Eloise Leneau September 21, 1870 in Oconto, WI.
  ii. Moyse Belongia, born February 01, 1832 in St-Joseph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.
  iii. Marguerite Belongia, born 1833 in Louiseville Quebec, Canada.
  iv. Mathilda Belongia, born April 27, 1840 in Louiseville Quebec, Canada.
  v. Job George Belongia, born 1842 in Ste-Ursuel Maskinonge, Quebec Canada; married Louisa Waupone May 03, 1910 in Oconto, WI.
  vi. Marie Belongia, born 1844 in Ste-Ursuel Maskinonge, Quebec Canada; died March 24, 1879 in Oconto, WI; married Pierre E Suprenant Abt. 1861; born September 10, 1836 in St Alberta, Canada; died April 16, 1928 in Oconto, WI.
  vii. Domithilde Belongia
  viii. George Belongia, born 1846.
  ix. Emeline Belongia, born 1848.
  x. Louis Hubbell Belongia, born 1848; married Denise Reginere October 07, 1872 in Oconto, WI.
 

 6.  Narcisse Juneau, born Bet. 1810 - 1820.  He was the son of 12. Narcisse Juneau.  He married 7. Madeleine Trudel.
 7.  Madeleine Trudel, born Bet. 1815 - 1825.  She was the daughter of 14. Charles Trudel and 15. Madeleine LeBlanc.

Notes for Narcisse Juneau:
In Oconto the last name has been referred to as Luneau.  I was informed by French Canadian Leon Trudel, that the French name is Juneau.

Child of Narcisse Juneau and Madeleine Trudel is:
 3 i. Mary Eloise Leneau, born September 01, 1844 in Ste. Ursule,Quebec, Canada; died November 18, 1912 in Oconto, Wisconsin; married Joseph Azarie Belongia September 21, 1870 in Oconto, WI.
 

Generation No. 4

 8.  Augustin Belanger, born 1773 in St Antoine de Riviere-du-loop, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.  He was the son of 16. Jacques Belanger and 17. Marguerite Lord.  He married 9. Marguerite Jouineau June 03, 1793 in Riviere Quelle Kamouraska, quebec, Canada.
 9.  Marguerite Jouineau, born Abt. 1771; died December 03, 1859 in Ste-Ursuel, Maskinonge, Quebec Canada.  She was the daughter of 18. Alexis Jouineau and 19. Marie-Louise Lefebvre.

Notes for Augustin Belanger:
Augustin owed 1200 acres on Concession 2,  Lot 3, in St-Ursule, Quebec (from 1851 census)
 

was in 1804 avoyageur in the Fond du Lac department of the North West Company

Full Context of Midwest Pioneers: Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Vol. 20

Children of Augustin Belanger and Marguerite Jouineau are:
 4 i. Moise Belongia, born August 08, 1805 in Louiseville Quebec, Canada; died May 09, 1891 in Oconto, WI; married Marie-Josepht Piette Dit Trempe January 10, 1831 in St Joesph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Marguerite Belanger, born February 28, 1794 in St Antoine de Riviere-du-loop, Quebec, Canada; married Andre Elliot September 01, 1817 in Louiseville, Quebec, Canada.
  iii. Augustin Belanger, born January 14, 1795 in Louiseville Quebec, Canada; married Josephte Ferreau February 14, 1822 in Louiseville, Quebec, Canada.
  iv. Marie Belanger, born April 30, 1796; married Marcel Picard February 26, 1816 in Louiseville, Quebec, Canada.
  v. Cecile Belanger, born May 08, 1797; married Jean-Baptiste Beauregarde February 02, 1820 in Louiseville, Quebec, Canada.
  vi. Anne Belanger, born September 29, 1798; married Antoine Daniau October 14, 1820 in Lachine, Ile-De-Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  vii. Julie Belanger, born May 30, 1800; married Joseph Beaudoin January 13, 1824 in Louiseville, Quebec, Canada.
  viii. Angelique Belanger, born April 12, 1802; married Joseph Beauregarde November 07, 1825 in Louiseville, Quebec, Canada.
  ix. Jean-Baptiste Belanger, born October 03, 1803 in Louiseville Quebec, Canada; died August 12, 1806 in Louiseville Quebec, Canada.
  x. Jean-Baptiste Belongia, born February 13, 1807 in Louiseville Quebec, Canada; married Agathe Duchene January 10, 1831 in Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.
  xi. Jacques Belanger, born May 26, 1809 in Louiseville Quebec, Canada.
  xii. Marie-Rosalie Belanger, born October 19, 1811 in Louiseville Quebec, Canada.
  xiii. Louis Belongia, born March 31, 1813 in Louiseville Quebec, Canada; died March 17, 1904 in Little River, Oconto, WI; married (1) Marguerite Trempe February 13, 1836 in Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; born October 10, 1814 in St-Joesph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; died Abt. 1842; married (2) Justine Rivard May 09, 1842 in St-Leon-Le-Grand, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; married (3) Marguerite Beaudoin September 22, 1845 in Ste-Ursule, Maskinonge, Quebec.
  xiv. Mathilde Belanger, born November 18, 1816 in Louiseville Quebec, Canada; died April 08, 1837 in Louiseville Quebec, Canada.
 

 10.  Louis Piet Dit Trempe, born September 14, 1781 in St-Joseph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 20. Joseph Piet and 21. Marie-Charlotte Dupuis.  He married 11. Elisabeth Leclair.
 11.  Elisabeth Leclair, born Abt. 1785; died Deceased.

Children of Louis Trempe and Elisabeth Leclair are:
 5 i. Marie-Josepht Piette Dit Trempe, born March 19, 1809 in St-Joseph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; died 1889 in Oconto, Wisconsin; married Moise Belongia January 10, 1831 in St Joesph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Joseph-Louis Trempe, born July 29, 1806 in St-Joseph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.
  iii. Elizabeth Trempe, born September 30, 1807.
  iv. Marie-Leocadie Trempe, born September 14, 1810.
  v. Sophie Trempe, born April 14, 1812; married Joseph Luneau January 10, 1843.
  vi. Marie-Saladie Trempe, born October 16, 1816.
  vii. Marie-Emilie Trempe, born June 25, 1819.
  viii. Francois Trempe, born January 07, 1821.
  ix. Pierre Trempe, born June 07, 1823.
  x. Marguerite Trempe, born October 10, 1814 in St-Joesph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; died Abt. 1842; married Louis Belongia February 13, 1836 in Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; born March 31, 1813 in Louiseville Quebec, Canada; died March 17, 1904 in Little River, Oconto, WI.
 

 12.  Narcisse Juneau

Child of Narcisse Juneau is:
 6 i. Narcisse Juneau, born Bet. 1810 - 1820; married Madeleine Trudel.
 

 14.  Charles Trudel, born September 20, 1792 in Louiseville, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.  He was the son of 28. Joseph Trudel and 29. Charlotte Bergeron.  He married 15. Madeleine LeBlanc January 11, 1813 in Louiseville, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada.
 15.  Madeleine LeBlanc, died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 30. Francois LeBlanc and 31. Maire-Josephe Pichet Dit Paquin.

Children of Charles Trudel and Madeleine LeBlanc are:
 7 i. Madeleine Trudel, born Bet. 1815 - 1825; married Narcisse Juneau.
  ii. Prudent Trudel
 

Generation No. 5

 16.  Jacques Belanger, born April 09, 1742 in Montmagny, Quebec Canada; died June 21, 1808 in Rivierve Quelle, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 32. Augustin Belanger and 33. Marie-Louise Simon-La Point.  He married 17. Marguerite Lord January 23, 1769 in St-Ant.de la Riv.du Loup, Quebec, Canada.
 17.  Marguerite Lord, born Abt. 1746 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Deceased in St Antoine-De-La Riviere-Du-Loup, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 34. Charles Laure Dit Lamontagne and 35. Marie-Josephe Doucet.

Children of Jacques Belanger and Marguerite Lord are:
 8 i. Augustin Belanger, born 1773 in St Antoine de Riviere-du-loop, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Marguerite Jouineau June 03, 1793 in Riviere Quelle Kamouraska, quebec, Canada.
  ii. Marguerite Belanger, born 1773.
  iii. Marie-Catherine Belanger, born 1775.
 

 18.  Alexis Jouineau, born November 09, 1740 in Ste Genevieve, De-Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died September 26, 1814 in Louiseville, Maskinongbe, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 36. Jean-Baptiste Jouineau and 37. Marie-Marguerite Baribeau.  He married 19. Marie-Louise Lefebvre November 14, 1768 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
 19.  Marie-Louise Lefebvre, born Abt. 1744 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 38. Louis-Alexis Lefebvre and 39. Marie-Ursule Dubois Dit Brisbois.

Child of Alexis Jouineau and Marie-Louise Lefebvre is:
 9 i. Marguerite Jouineau, born Abt. 1771; died December 03, 1859 in Ste-Ursuel, Maskinonge, Quebec Canada; married Augustin Belanger June 03, 1793 in Riviere Quelle Kamouraska, quebec, Canada.
 

 20.  Joseph Piet, born 1739 in Maskinonge, Quebec Canada; died April 25, 1819 in Maskinonge, Quebec Canada.  He was the son of 40. Jean-Baptiste Piette and 41. Marie-Francoise Pelletier.  He married 21. Marie-Charlotte Dupuis February 02, 1761 in St Joesph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.
 21.  Marie-Charlotte Dupuis, born Abt. 1740 in Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; died Bef. April 25, 1819 in Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 42. Charles Dupuis and 43. Ursule Sicard.

More About Joseph Piet:
Burial: April 26, 1819, St-Joseph, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada

Children of Joseph Piet and Marie-Charlotte Dupuis are:
 10 i. Louis Piet Dit Trempe, born September 14, 1781 in St-Joseph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; married Elisabeth Leclair.
  ii. Joseph Trempe, born August 21, 1763.
  iii. Marie-Charlotte Trempe, born December 12, 1767.
  iv. Charles-Amable Trempe, born February 08, 1769.
  v. Jacques Trempe, born November 27, 1771.
  vi. Pierre Trempe, born July 13, 1774.
  vii. Francois Trempe, born February 24, 1778.
  viii. Marie-Charlotte Trempe, born February 02, 1787.
  ix. Jean Baptiste Piet, born Abt. 1765.
  x. Charles Piet, born Abt. 1775.
  xi. Joseph Piet, born April 21, 1788.
  xii. Amable Piet, born October 1784.
 

 28.  Joseph Trudel, born in Louiseville, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; died January 11, 1810.  He was the son of 56. Alexandre Trudel and 57. Marie Anne Plamondon.  He married 29. Charlotte Bergeron July 27, 1788 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec.
 29.  Charlotte Bergeron, born 1766; died in Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 58. Charles Bergeron and 59. Judith Paille.

Child of Joseph Trudel and Charlotte Bergeron is:
 14 i. Charles Trudel, born September 20, 1792 in Louiseville, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Madeleine LeBlanc January 11, 1813 in Louiseville, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada.
 

 30.  Francois LeBlanc, born December 27, 1751 in Port Royal, Annapolis, Nova Scotia; died Deceased.  He was the son of 60. Paul Dit Polet LeBlanc and 61. Marie Josephe Richard.  He married 31. Maire-Josephe Pichet Dit Paquin.
 31.  Maire-Josephe Pichet Dit Paquin, born Abt. 1753 in Port Royal, Annapolis, Nova Scotia; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 62. Jean Paquin and 63. Marie Madeline Paille.

Child of Francois LeBlanc and Maire-Josephe Paquin is:
 15 i. Madeleine LeBlanc, died Deceased; married Charles Trudel January 11, 1813 in Louiseville, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada.
 

Generation No. 6

 32.  Augustin Belanger, born April 20, 1706 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec Canada.  He was the son of 64. Charles Belanger and 65. Genevieve Gagnon.  He married 33. Marie-Louise Simon-La Point November 24, 1727 in Chateau-Ticher Quebec Canada.
 33.  Marie-Louise Simon-La Point, born June 17, 1701 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec Canada.  She was the daughter of 66. Guillaume Simon and 67. Catherine Drouin.

Children of Augustin Belanger and Marie-Louise Point are:
 16 i. Jacques Belanger, born April 09, 1742 in Montmagny, Quebec Canada; died June 21, 1808 in Rivierve Quelle, Quebec, Canada; married Marguerite Lord January 23, 1769 in St-Ant.de la Riv.du Loup, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Francois Belanger, born September 22, 1728 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married Marie-Louise Cazeau February 19, 1753 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada.
  iii. Augustin Belanger, born December 14, 1729 in Montmagny, Quebec, Canada.
  iv. Marie-Marthe Belanger, born April 18, 1732 in St-Thomas, Quebec, Canada; died December 24, 1772 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married Prisque Vesina February 04, 1771 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada.
  v. Louis Belanger, born September 16, 1733 in St-Thomas, Quebec, Canada; married Catherine Tibaut October 22, 1753 in St-Thomas, Quebec, Canada.
  vi. Marie-Genevieve Belanger, born April 26, 1735 in St-Thomas, Quebec, Canada; died May 18, 1752 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
  vii. Angelique Belanger, born Abt. March 10, 1736/37; married Pierre L'Enclus November 24, 1761 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
  viii. Prisque Belanger, born April 13, 1739; married Marie-Joseph Picard February 22, 1773 in St-Thomas, Quebec, Canada.
 

 34.  Charles Laure Dit Lamontagne, born 1704 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died November 21, 1776 in Varennes, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 68. Julien Lort Laure-Lamontagne and 69. Anne-Charlotte Girouard.  He married 35. Marie-Josephe Doucet February 19, 1725/26 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 35.  Marie-Josephe Doucet, born 1698 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 70. Jacques Doucet and 71. Marie Pellerin.

Child of Charles Lamontagne and Marie-Josephe Doucet is:
 17 i. Marguerite Lord, born Abt. 1746 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Deceased in St Antoine-De-La Riviere-Du-Loup, Quebec, Canada; married Jacques Belanger January 23, 1769 in St-Ant.de la Riv.du Loup, Quebec, Canada.
 

 36.  Jean-Baptiste Jouineau, born Abt. 1699 in Canada; died Deceased.  He was the son of 72. Augustin Jouineau and 73. Elisabeth Blanchon.  He married 37. Marie-Marguerite Baribeau September 02, 1728 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
 37.  Marie-Marguerite Baribeau, born April 04, 1707 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 74. Jean Baribeau and 75. Marguerite Cosset.

More About Jean-Baptiste Jouineau:
Burial: March 30, 1783, Ste Genevieve, De-Batiscan, Quebec, Canada

Children of Jean-Baptiste Jouineau and Marie-Marguerite Baribeau are:
 18 i. Alexis Jouineau, born November 09, 1740 in Ste Genevieve, De-Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died September 26, 1814 in Louiseville, Maskinongbe, Quebec, Canada; married Marie-Louise Lefebvre November 14, 1768 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Jean Jouineau, born January 29, 1727/28 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
  iii. Francois Jouineau, born June 27, 1730 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
  iv. Joseph Jouineau, born July 15, 1732 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
  v. Marie-Marguerite Jouineau, born March 01, 1732/33 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
  vi. Prisque Jouineau, born August 13, 1736 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  vii. Marie-Madeleine Jouineau, born December 27, 1738 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
 

 38.  Louis-Alexis Lefebvre, born January 12, 1701/02 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Abt. 1769.  He was the son of 76. Gabriel Lefebvre and 77. Marie-Louise Duclos.  He married 39. Marie-Ursule Dubois Dit Brisbois March 04, 1732/33 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
 39.  Marie-Ursule Dubois Dit Brisbois, born September 30, 1708 in St-Francois-du-lac, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 78. Charles Dubois Dit Brisebois and 79. Marie-Ursule Adams.

Notes for Louis-Alexis Lefebvre:
 He was a voyageur in the west in 1722.
 

Children of Louis-Alexis Lefebvre and Marie-Ursule Brisbois are:
 19 i. Marie-Louise Lefebvre, born Abt. 1744 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Alexis Jouineau November 14, 1768 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Joseph-Marie Lefebvre, born March 21, 1733/34 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  iii. Marie-Ursule Lefebvre, born September 12, 1736 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  iv. Louis-Alexis Lefebvre, born September 22, 1737 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  v. Marie-Joseph Lefebvre, born July 03, 1739 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  vi. Genevieve Lefebvre
 

 40.  Jean-Baptiste Piette, born June 20, 1713 in Sorel, Quebec Canada; died April 1772.  He was the son of 80. Pierre Piette and 81. Marie-Jacqueline Harel.  He married 41. Marie-Francoise Pelletier February 01, 1734/35.
 41.  Marie-Francoise Pelletier, born February 12, 1711/12 in Sorel, Quebec Canada; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 82. Michel Pelletier and 83. Francoise Meneux.

Children of Jean-Baptiste Piette and Marie-Francoise Pelletier are:
 20 i. Joseph Piet, born 1739 in Maskinonge, Quebec Canada; died April 25, 1819 in Maskinonge, Quebec Canada; married Marie-Charlotte Dupuis February 02, 1761 in St Joesph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Antoine Piet, born 1736 in Berthier, Berthier, Quebec, Canada; died December 10, 1821 in Berthier, Berthier, Quebec, Canada; married Catherine Fagnon February 20, 1764; born Abt. 1740 in Canada; died March 21, 1829 in Berthier, Berthier, Quebec, Canada.
  iii. Francoise Piet, born Abt. 1737 in Canada; died Deceased; married Alexis Chretien; born September 02, 1719 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  iv. Jean-Ambroise Piet, born Abt. 1738 in Canada; died Deceased; married Marie-Therese Braseau; born Abt. 1740 in Berthier, Berthier, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  v. Charles Piet, born Abt. 1745 in Canada; died Deceased; married Marie-Anne Payette February 1761 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; born Abt. 1750 in Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; died Bef. April 25, 1819 in Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.
  vi. Louis Piet, born Abt. 1750 in Canada; died Deceased; married Marie-Anne Roy February 19, 1770 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; born Abt. 1755 in Canada; died Deceased.
  vii. Marie-Madeleine Piet, born June 19, 1751.
  viii. Marie-Amable Piet, born June 20, 1753.
 

 42.  Charles Dupuis, born July 31, 1699 in Champlain; died Deceased.  He was the son of 84. Jean-Francois Dupuis and 85. Marguerite Bayard.  He married 43. Ursule Sicard Abt. 1720 in St-Joseph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.
 43.  Ursule Sicard, born September 18, 1695 in St Pierre, Ile D'Orleans, Montmorency II, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1713 - 1789.  She was the daughter of 86. Jean Sicard and 87. Genevieve Rate.

Children of Charles Dupuis and Ursule Sicard are:
 21 i. Marie-Charlotte Dupuis, born Abt. 1740 in Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; died Bef. April 25, 1819 in Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; married Joseph Piet February 02, 1761 in St Joesph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Joseph-Marie Dupuis, born September 09, 1728.
  iii. Marie-Anne Dupuis, born Abt. 1730.
  iv. Francois Dupuis, born December 23, 1730.
  v. Jean-Babtiste Dupuis, born May 15, 1733.
  vi. Jacques Dupuis, born 1738.
 

 56.  Alexandre Trudel, born 1726 in Pte-Aux-Trembles, Ile-De-Montreal, Quebec; died Deceased.  He was the son of 112. Alexandre Trudel and 113. Marie Madeleine Belanger.  He married 57. Marie Anne Plamondon August 23, 1750.
 57.  Marie Anne Plamondon, born July 23, 1728 in L''annonciation, L''ancienne-Lorette, Quebec, Quebec; died February 02, 1797.  She was the daughter of 114. Pierre Plamondon and 115. Marie Charlotte Hamel.

Child of Alexandre Trudel and Marie Plamondon is:
 28 i. Joseph Trudel, born in Louiseville, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; died January 11, 1810; married Charlotte Bergeron July 27, 1788 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec.
 

 58.  Charles Bergeron, born March 06, 1716/17 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec; died February 21, 1795 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec.  He was the son of 116. Pierre Bergeron and 117. Madeleine Giguere.  He married 59. Judith Paille May 03, 1744 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec.
 59.  Judith Paille, born February 19, 1723/24 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 118. Charles Paille and 119. Marie Francoise Lemaitre.

Children of Charles Bergeron and Judith Paille are:
 29 i. Charlotte Bergeron, born 1766; died in Quebec, Canada; married Joseph Trudel July 27, 1788 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec.
  ii. Marie Louise Bergeron, born September 11, 1747; died October 09, 1828 in Canada; married Louis Tousignant Dit Lapointe January 27, 1772; born 1747 in Quebec, Canada; died March 21, 1810 in Quebec, Canada.
  iii. Jean Babtiste Bergeron, died Deceased; married Amable Lesieur; died Deceased.
 

 60.  Paul Dit Polet LeBlanc, born February 28, 1710/11 in Port Royal, Annapolis, Nova Scotia; died March 12, 1773 in Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 120. Pierre LeBlanc and 121. Jeanne Terriot.  He married 61. Marie Josephe Richard.
 61.  Marie Josephe Richard, born June 09, 1713 in Acadia, Canada; died June 02, 1795 in Nicolet, Nicolet, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 122. Rene Richard and 123. Marguerite Terriot.

Children of Paul LeBlanc and Marie Richard are:
 30 i. Francois LeBlanc, born December 27, 1751 in Port Royal, Annapolis, Nova Scotia; died Deceased; married Maire-Josephe Pichet Dit Paquin.
  ii. Joseph Dit Coudjeau LeBlanc, born October 18, 1733 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died Deceased; married Agnes Belliveau; died Deceased.
  iii. Charles Gregoire Dit Charlitte Lefort LeBlanc, born October 12, 1734 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died December 14, 1814 in New Brunswick, Canada; married Theotiste Belliveau; died Deceased.
  iv. Pierre LeBlanc, born April 23, 1736 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died Deceased.
  v. Bonaventure Dit Bounan LeBlanc, born June 29, 1738 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died Deceased; married Rosalie Belliveau; died Deceased.
  vi. Amand LeBlanc, born September 01, 1740 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died Deceased.
  vii. Nathalie LeBlanc, born April 24, 1742 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada.
  viii. Joseph LeBlanc, born March 06, 1743/44.
  ix. Paul LeBlanc, born September 25, 1745 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died Deceased; married Marie Hebert; died Deceased.
  x. Basile LeBlanc, born March 16, 1746/47 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died Deceased.
  xi. Marie Joseph LeBlanc
  xii. Jean Baptiste LeBlanc
 

 62.  Jean Paquin  He married 63. Marie Madeline Paille.
 63.  Marie Madeline Paille

Child of Jean Paquin and Marie Paille is:
 31 i. Maire-Josephe Pichet Dit Paquin, born Abt. 1753 in Port Royal, Annapolis, Nova Scotia; died Deceased; married Francois LeBlanc.
 

Generation No. 7

 64.  Charles Belanger, born July 04, 1668 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec Canada; died April 28, 1729 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 128. Charles Belanger and 129. Barbe Delphine Cloutier.  He married 65. Genevieve Gagnon February 18, 1691/92 in St Anne-Beaupre, Quebec Canada.
 65.  Genevieve Gagnon, born March 04, 1673/74 in Cap Tourmente, Quebec Canada; died April 28, 1749.  She was the daughter of 130. Pierre Gagnon and 131. Barbe Fortin.

Children of Charles Belanger and Genevieve Gagnon are:
 32 i. Augustin Belanger, born April 20, 1706 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec Canada; married Marie-Louise Simon-La Point November 24, 1727 in Chateau-Ticher Quebec Canada.
  ii. Pierre Belanger, born November 10, 1692 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died December 05, 1757 in St-Thomas, Quebec, Canada; married Marthe Couillard November 09, 1716 in Montmagny, Quebec, Canada.
  iii. Paul Belanger, born January 25, 1693/94 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died October 28, 1698 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.
  iv. Genevieve Belanger, born April 01, 1695 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died March 07, 1702/03 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.
  v. Marie-Francoise Belanger, born January 09, 1696/97 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died August 05, 1715 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.
  vi. Charles Belanger, born December 22, 1698 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died November 04, 1761 in St-Thomas, Quebec, Canada; married Elizabeth Fournier October 04, 1723 in Montmagny, Quebec, Canada.
  vii. Prisque Belanger, born October 02, 1700 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died December 13, 1770 in St-Valier, Quebec, Canada; married Genevieve Gosselin November 06, 1724 in St-Laurent I.O., Quebec Canada.
  viii. Michel Belanger, born September 28, 1702 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died January 03, 1771 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married Louise Gravel July 11, 1729 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada.
  ix. Veronique Belanger, born August 30, 1704.
  x. Andre Belanger, born December 18, 1707.
  xi. Genevieve Belanger, born December 31, 1709 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married Pierre Gobelin 1727.
  xii. Paul Belanger, born November 03, 1711 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died December 10, 1711 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.
  xiii. Rene Belanger, born November 11, 1712 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died August 28, 1715 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.
  xiv. Joseph Belanger, born December 28, 1714 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  xv. Jean-Frances Belanger, born July 20, 1716 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died September 12, 1716 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.
  xvi. Marie Belanger, born August 23, 1717 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died August 28, 1717 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.
 

 66.  Guillaume Simon, born September 23, 1664 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died March 15, 1710/11 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 132. Hubert Simon and 133. Marie Vie.  He married 67. Catherine Drouin November 17, 1688 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada.
 67.  Catherine Drouin, born January 02, 1658/59 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1705 - 1755.  She was the daughter of 134. Robert Drouin and 135. Marie Chapelier.

Children of Guillaume Simon and Catherine Drouin are:
 33 i. Marie-Louise Simon-La Point, born June 17, 1701 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec Canada; married Augustin Belanger November 24, 1727 in Chateau-Ticher Quebec Canada.
  ii. Hippolyte Simon, born August 02, 1689 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  iii. Claudine Simon, born December 31, 1690 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  iv. Angelique Simon, born February 03, 1691/92 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Bertrand Perrault 1717; died Deceased.
  v. Genevieve Simon, born January 02, 1693/94 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Gentien Morissett 1710; died Deceased.
  vi. Marguerite Simon, born July 16, 1697 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Jean-Babtiste Chretien 1726; died Deceased.
  vii. Marie-Francoise Simon, born September 10, 1699 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Louis Perrault 1723; died Deceased.
  viii. Prisque Simon, born February 22, 1701/02 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1736 - 1794; married Madeleine DeLessard November 19, 1731 in St Anne; born June 16, 1714 in Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1737 - 1808.
  ix. Felicite Simon, born February 22, 1701/02; died Deceased; married Augustin Gagnon 1727.
 

 68.  Julien Lort Laure-Lamontagne, born in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Bef. June 1724 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.  He was the son of 136. Alexandre Laure and 137. Francoise Barriault.  He married 69. Anne-Charlotte Girouard 1675 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.
 69.  Anne-Charlotte Girouard, born 1660 in Arcadia, Quebec, Canada; died January 09, 1740/41 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.  She was the daughter of 138. Francois Dit La Varenne Girouard and 139. Jeanne Aucoin.

Notes for Julien Lort Laure-Lamontagne:
Soldat Régiment de Carignan

In 1643, one hundred and nine years after the first unloadings of Cartier, there were only three hundred immigrants in Quebec. Twenty years later, only five hundred people. France finally decided to grant ground premiums to two thousand other immigrants during the decade 1663-1673. The young marriages were encouraged and thus boys of with the more dix-hiut years married some fourteen year old girls. The trade of the furs developed and attracted French immigrants, as well the noble ones as the commoners. Thus in 1671, one counted more than seven French miles to Quebec and approximately five hundred people in Acadie. Among those, let us note the presence of Julien Laure says the Mountain (1654-1724) and of its wife Anne Girouard. This flood of French immigration poursuiva until 1759, year of the Conquest by the British.

The treaty of Utrech, in 1713, yielded the acadian and French colonies to the English. In 1755, two thousand Acadian French-speaking people refuse to lend oath of allegiance to the Queen of England and are thus off-set mainly in Louisiana. It is however about this period that one sees appearing the first LAURE and LORD in the area of Mauricie. Indeed, Jean-baptiste Lord took wife with Yamachiche, in 1733, in the person of Marie-Josephte Gélinas. As of this period a branch distinct from the LORD family will be maintained there until our days.
 
 

Children of Julien Laure-Lamontagne and Anne-Charlotte Girouard are:
 34 i. Charles Laure Dit Lamontagne, born 1704 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died November 21, 1776 in Varennes, Quebec, Canada; married Marie-Josephe Doucet February 19, 1725/26 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  ii. Alexandre Laure, born 1676 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; died Aft. 1718; married Marie-Francoise Barillote 1701 in Arcadia, Canada; died Deceased.
 

 70.  Jacques Doucet, born Abt. 1671 in Acadia, Canada; died Unknown in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.  He was the son of 140. Germain Doucet and 141. Marguerite Landry.  He married 71. Marie Pellerin Abt. 1695.
 71.  Marie Pellerin, born 1679 in Acadia, Canada; died Bet. 1730 - 1774.  She was the daughter of 142. Etienne Pellerin and 143. Jeanne Savoie.

Children of Jacques Doucet and Marie Pellerin are:
 35 i. Marie-Josephe Doucet, born 1698 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Deceased; married Charles Laure Dit Lamontagne February 19, 1725/26 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  ii. Madeleine Doucet, born 1697.
  iii. Alexis Doucet, born October 18, 1704 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; died Deceased; married Madeleine Leger; died Deceased.
  iv. Pierre Doucet, born February 20, 1705/06 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; died Deceased; married Anne Dugas; died Deceased.
  v. Francois Doucet, born 1709; died Deceased.
  vi. Marguerite Doucet, born February 02, 1708/09 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; died April 10, 1710 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  vii. Marie-Marguerite Doucet, born January 31, 1710/11 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; died Deceased; married Andre Simon; died Deceased.
  viii. Anne Doucet Doucet, born May 04, 1715 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; died Deceased.
  ix. Brigitte Doucet, born May 31, 1716 in Por`; died Deceased.
  x. Ursule Doucet, born 1720; died Deceased.
  xi. Euphrosine Doucet, born 1723; died Deceased; married Pierre Landry; died Deceased.
 

 72.  Augustin Jouineau, born Abt. 1675 in Canada; died April 29, 1716 in Chambly, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 144. Pierre Jouineau and 145. Anne Rousseau.  He married 73. Elisabeth Blanchon December 07, 1698 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
 73.  Elisabeth Blanchon, born June 18, 1679 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died June 15, 1749 in Ste Genevieve, De-Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 146. Etienne Blanchon and 147. Anne Videau.

Notes for Augustin Jouineau:
soldier in the company of Muy in 1698

More About Elisabeth Blanchon:
Burial: June 16, 1749, Ste Genevieve, De-Batiscan, Quebec, Canada

Children of Augustin Jouineau and Elisabeth Blanchon are:
 36 i. Jean-Baptiste Jouineau, born Abt. 1699 in Canada; died Deceased; married Marie-Marguerite Baribeau September 02, 1728 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Marie-Josephe Jouineau, died April 04, 1764 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; married Paul Bertrand September 17, 1725 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  iii. Marie-Charlotte Jouineau, born March 15, 1705/06 in Chambly, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  iv. Marie-Elisabeth Jouineau, born October 18, 1708 in Chambly, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  v. Marguerite Jouineau, born August 21, 1711 in Chambly, Quebec, Canada; died October 22, 1725 in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, Canada.
  vi. Marie-Catherine Jouineau, born October 14, 1713 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Alexis Tifaut September 30, 1734 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  vii. Louis Jouineau, born July 22, 1715 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Therese Dauphin June 23, 1748 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  viii. Joseph Jouineau, died Deceased; married Marie-Catherine Rivard May 25, 1739 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  ix. Francois Jouineau, died December 05, 1770 in Repentigny, Quebec, Canada; married Marie-Agnes Brien; died Deceased.
 

 74.  Jean Baribeau, born July 16, 1670 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died April 25, 1725 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 148. Francois Baribeau and 149. Perrine Moreau.  He married 75. Marguerite Cosset February 18, 1695/96 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
 75.  Marguerite Cosset, born January 20, 1679/80 in Les Ecureuils, Quebec, Canada; died 1727.  She was the daughter of 150. Jean Cosset and 151. Marguerite Eloy.

Children of Jean Baribeau and Marguerite Cosset are:
 37 i. Marie-Marguerite Baribeau, born April 04, 1707 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Jean-Baptiste Jouineau September 02, 1728 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Marie-Catherine Baribeau, born February 17, 1696/97 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died April 04, 1698 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
  iii. Jean Baribeau, born November 12, 1699; died Deceased.
  iv. Francois-Xavier Baribeau, born December 02, 1701 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  v. Joseph Baribeau, born December 20, 1703 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  vi. Marie-Marguerite Baribeau, born July 12, 1705 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died January 07, 1705/06 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
  vii. Marie-Josephe Baribeau, born February 18, 1707/08 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  viii. Marie-Anne Baribeau, born July 07, 1711 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  ix. Francois-Antoine Baribeau, born June 14, 1715 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  x. Marie-Therese Baribeau, born September 13, 1717 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  xi. Marie-Agnes Baribeau, born September 10, 1719 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  xii. Marie-Madeleine-Gervaise Baribeau, born September 12, 1721 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died September 17, 1721 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
 

 76.  Gabriel Lefebvre, born Abt. 1665 in St-Laurent, Paris, France; died November 27, 1735.  He was the son of 152. Nicolas Lefebvre and 153. Marie Josse.  He married 77. Marie-Louise Duclos January 17, 1688/89 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
 77.  Marie-Louise Duclos, born Abt. 1664 in St-Laurent, Paris, France.  She was the daughter of 154. Francois Duclos and 155. Jeanne Cerisier.

Notes for Gabriel Lefebvre:
Gabriel-Nicolas drowned in the creek near the church on November 27, 1735. He was already dead when found, consequently could not receive the last sacrements of the church.
Nicolas and Louise were pioneers ofSte Geneviève de Baatiscan, Qué. Louise was the first person to be buried in Batiscan

More About Gabriel Lefebvre:
Burial: November 29, 1735

Children of Gabriel Lefebvre and Marie-Louise Duclos are:
 38 i. Louis-Alexis Lefebvre, born January 12, 1701/02 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Abt. 1769; married Marie-Ursule Dubois Dit Brisbois March 04, 1732/33 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Nicolas Lefebvre, born November 1689 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died December 03, 1689.
  iii. Marie-Marguerite Lefebvre, born March 04, 1690/91 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died May 12, 1715 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
  iv. Jacques-Francois Lefebvre, born January 24, 1693/94 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Catherine Lemaitre 1719; born July 27, 1697; died Deceased.
  v. Marie-Catherine Lefebvre, born Abt. 1695; married Jean Veillet; died Deceased.
  vi. Marie-Madelein Lefebvre, born July 20, 1695 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Jean-Baptiste Papilleau.
  vii. Antoine Lefebvre, born February 24, 1696/97 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  viii. Joseph Lefebvre, born October 13, 1698 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Marie-Jeanne Lafond 1724; died Deceased.
  ix. Charles Gabriel Lefebvre, born June 16, 1700 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  x. Jean-Baptiste Lefebvre, born April 28, 1704 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Marie-Ursule Dubois March 04, 1733/34 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  xi. Nicolas Lefebvre, born March 26, 1706 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died February 23, 1727/28 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
  xii. Pierre Lefebvre, born November 13, 1707 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  xiii. Michel Lefebvre, born December 14, 1709 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  xiv. Julien Lefebvre, born April 24, 1714 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
 

 78.  Charles Dubois Dit Brisebois, born December 05, 1680 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.  He was the son of 156. Rene Dubois and 157. Anne-Julienne Dumont.  He married 79. Marie-Ursule Adams August 03, 1704 in St Francois-du-lac, Quebec, Canada.
 79.  Marie-Ursule Adams, born March 13, 1673/74 in Oyster River, New Hampshire, USA; died September 15, 1728 in Yamaska,Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 158. Charles Adams and 159. Rebecca Smith.

Notes for Charles Dubois Dit Brisebois:
 Charles DUBOIS dit Brisebois was hired  on 16 July 1702
(notary Adhémar) at Fort Rolland on the island of Montréal to go to Fort
Pontchartrain / Détroit as part of a convoy of about 40 men who were to
return that same year.  Those hired with Charles were to be paid 150 livres
and could claim half of any of the pelletries (furs or skins) they hunted.
The rest were to go to the Company of the Colony, which was then in charge
of the trade.
 

Notes for Marie-Ursule Adams:
Prisoner of war in JUly 29, 1694 and adopted by Charles Plagnol.
captured by the Iroqois and taken to Quebec.
 

per Ancestors of Michael Wayne Houde web site
 

I cannot find Charles Plagnol and his wife Thérèse Audrendron in Jetté,
although the entry for DUBOIS dit Brisebois, Charles, and ADAMS, Ursule
(Mercy) does say Ursule was "adopted" by Plagnol.  There is an entry for
_Antoine_ Planiol or Plagnol, married to Charlotte Giguère, who died at
St-François-du-Lac in 1705 and who commanded the fort there in 1693.  It
may be that _Charles_ was an Abénaquis who took this last name, as there
was a settlement of Abénaquis near St-François-du-Lac.  Or it may be that
Antoine Planiol / Plagnol is the one who "adopted" Ursule.  He and his wife
had no children

Marie apparently got to Canada as a captive of the Iroquois from their attack on Durham in 1694, aided and abetted by the French. Both her parents were captured and later killed by the Iroquois.

The Oyster River flows through Durham, NH. Her name appears in one NH source as "Marcy or Ursula" and her married name as"Brisebois".

Charles Antoine Plagnol, the commandant of the fort at St. Francois du Lac adopted Mercy. On Apr 6 1697 she was baptized as Ursule, a name chosen for her by her godmother, Maruerite Swigneuret, wife of Jean Boudor. Ursue (Mercy) married on Aug 3 1704 at St. Francois du Lac to Charles Dubois dit Brisebois

Notes for MARIE URSULE (MERCY) ADAMS:
Abenaki-french captive 19 July 1694 raid and massacre on Oyster River Plantation. Durham NH
Marie Ursule Plagnol-Ely-Meystrey -adoptive parents ,godparents
AFGS spring 92 vol 15 #1 p 53 Je Me Souveins
portraits pionnieres v2 p 116

More About MARIE URSULE (MERCY) ADAMS:
Christening: April 06, 1697, St Francis du Lac, Yamaska, Quebec5
Fact 1: July 19, 1694, captured and taken to canada
Fact 2: April 06, 1697, baptised, Godmother-Marguerite Seigneuret
Fact 3: 1694, adopted by Charles Antoine Plagnol, commandant
 
 

Children of Charles Brisebois and Marie-Ursule Adams are:
 39 i. Marie-Ursule Dubois Dit Brisbois, born September 30, 1708 in St-Francois-du-lac, Quebec, Canada; married Louis-Alexis Lefebvre March 04, 1732/33 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Marie-Catherine Dubois Dit Brisbois, born Bet. 1695 - 1724; died Deceased; married Francois Gamelin 1724; died Deceased.
  iii. Marguerite-Joseph Dubois, born 1710 in St-Francois-du-lac, Quebec, Canada; died December 19, 1727 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  iv. Marie-Apolline Dubois, born July 09, 1713 in St-Francois-du-lac, Quebec, Canada; died April 15, 1728 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  v. Marie-Francoise Dubois, born July 21, 1716 in St-Francois-du-lac, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  vi. Catherine Dubois, born June 09, 1718 in St-Francois-du-lac, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  vii. Francois-Regis Dubois, born April 08, 1720 in Yamaska,Quebec, Canada; died September 09, 1720 in Yamaska,Quebec, Canada.
  viii. Francois-Regis Dubois, born November 21, 1723 in St-Francois-du-lac, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  ix. Joseph-Marie Dubois Dit Brisbois, born July 07, 1726 in St-Francois-du-lac, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Catherine Theresa Renou Dit Lachapelle; born December 17, 1720; died Deceased.
 

 80.  Pierre Piette, born December 23, 1670 in Sorel, Quebec Canada; died Deceased.  He was the son of 160. Jean Piette and 161. Marguerite Chemereau.  He married 81. Marie-Jacqueline Harel December 22, 1700 in Sorel, Quebec Canada.
 81.  Marie-Jacqueline Harel, born June 04, 1684 in Gentilly, Quebec Canada; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 162. Jean Harel and 163. Marie Pescher.

Children of Pierre Piette and Marie-Jacqueline Harel are:
 40 i. Jean-Baptiste Piette, born June 20, 1713 in Sorel, Quebec Canada; died April 1772; married Marie-Francoise Pelletier February 01, 1734/35.
  ii. Angelique Piette, born January 31, 1703/04 in Sorel, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Antoine Desrosiers 1722; died Deceased.
  iii. Pierre Piette, born October 01, 1710 in Berthier, Quebec, Canada; died December 05, 1716 in Berthier, Quebec, Canada.
 

 82.  Michel Pelletier, born Abt. 1674 in Sillery, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.  He was the son of 164. Francois Pelletier Dit Antaya and 165. Marguerite Madeleine Morisseau.  He married 83. Francoise Meneux July 09, 1697 in Ste-Famille I.O., Quebec, Canada.
 83.  Francoise Meneux, born April 20, 1676 in Ste-Famille I.O., Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 166. Jacques Meneux and 167. Marguerite Peuvrier.

Children of Michel Pelletier and Francoise Meneux are:
 41 i. Marie-Francoise Pelletier, born February 12, 1711/12 in Sorel, Quebec Canada; died Deceased; married Jean-Baptiste Piette February 01, 1734/35.
  ii. Marie Pelletier, born April 02, 1698 in Ste Famille, Ile d'Orleans, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Felix Peloquin 1720; died Deceased.
  iii. Marguerite Pelletier, born May 28, 1699 in Ste Famille, Ile d'Orleans, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Nicolas Bibeau 1717; died Deceased.
  iv. Michel Pelletier, born October 30, 1700 in Ste Famille, Ile d'Orleans, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Marie-Louise Letendre 1726; died Deceased.
  v. Charles-Francois Pelletier, born September 01, 1702 in Ste Famille, Ile d'Orleans, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Therese Peloquin 1728; died Deceased.
  vi. Joseph Pelletier, born January 01, 1703/04 in Ste Famille, Ile d'Orleans, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  vii. Antoine Pelletier, born February 03, 1704/05 in Dorvilliers, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  viii. Dorothee Pelletier, born December 08, 1706 in Sorel, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  ix. Genevieve Pelletier, born September 30, 1709 in Sorel, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  x. Louis Pelletier, born June 17, 1714 in Sorel, Quebec, Canada; died October 02, 1730 in Sorel, Quebec, Canada.
  xi. Hyacinthe Pelletier, born March 06, 1715/16 in Sorel, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  xii. Catherine Pelletier, born March 07, 1715/16 in Sorel, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  xiii. Jacques Pelletier, born July 10, 1718 in Sorel, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
 

 84.  Jean-Francois Dupuis, born 1670 in Perigeaux, Guyenne, France; died Bef. February 10, 1726/27 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 168. Francois Dupois and 169. Philippe David.  He married 85. Marguerite Bayard November 10, 1698 in Champlain, Champlain, Quebec, Canada.
 85.  Marguerite Bayard, born April 17, 1681 in Richelieu, Sorel, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 170. Francois Bayard and 171. Marie Angelique Pelletier.

Children of Jean-Francois Dupuis and Marguerite Bayard are:
 42 i. Charles Dupuis, born July 31, 1699 in Champlain; died Deceased; married Ursule Sicard Abt. 1720 in St-Joseph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Jean-Francois Dupuis, born Abt. May 1707.
  iii. Marie Catherine Dupuis, born November 01, 1708.
  iv. Marie Anne Dupuis, born January 1710/11.
  v. Gertrude Dupuis, born Abt. October 1714.
  vi. Jean-Babtiste Dupuis, born Abt. 1718.
  vii. Antoine Dupuis, born Abt. 1722.
  viii. Marquerite Dupuis, born Abt. February 1700/01.
  ix. Therese Dupuis, born Abt. March 1704/05.
  x. Exupere Dupuis, born February 1712/13.
  xi. Ursule Dupuis, born Abt. 1716.
  xii. Brigitte Dupuis, born Abt. 1720.
 

 86.  Jean Sicard, born Bef. 1665 in St Jacqes, Haut Languedoc, Tarn, France; died August 1742 in Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 172. Pierre Sicard and 173. Marie De Forgues.  He married 87. Genevieve Rate 1694.
 87.  Genevieve Rate, born January 27, 1677/78 in St. Famille, Ille D'Orleans, Montmorency II, Quebec, Canada; died November 1732 in Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 174. Jacques Rate and 175. Anne Martin.

Notes for Jean Sicard:
Both the LDS International Genealogical Index and the
The original family surname for both families is SICARD. However the Sicard-de-Carufel added the "dit" name after the land they were granted in Fauch near Albi in France. Descendants of that branch who lived in Maskinonge, Quebec also used the "de Carufel" and named the fief. At the time of the birth of their fifth child, Louis, in March 1705, Jean and Geneviève were living in Maskinonge in the seigneurie des Legardeur de Repentigny. The Governor, Marquis Philippe de Rigaud de Vaudreuil (1703-1726) and the intendant François de Beauharnois officially granted Jean Sicard the fief de Carufel on April 21, 1705 in an "Acte de concesson. Some sources list Antoine Sicard as the son of Jean and Genevieve Rate and as the spouse of Madeleine Abel Barbe. There is, however, no record, in the PRDH (Universtiy of Montreal) data (based on extracts from Quebec Church Registrys). According to their records Jean and Genevieve's children born before 1766 were Ursule, Marie-Anne, Jean, Joseph,Louis, Agathe, Genevieve, Francois, Elisabeth Isabelle Marie, Pierre Amador and Marie Madeleine. They do, however, have an Antoine born abt 1712, son of Jean-Baptiste [Simon] SICARD and Isabelle Elizabeth LEGARDEUR DEREPENTIGNY who married Marie-Madeleine BARBE ABEL. Their children were Antoine, Pierre, Charles, Joseph, Marie-Barbe, Francoise Louise Marie and Jean-Baptiste. Jean-Baptiste Simon SICARD was born around 1656 in Poitou, Vendee, FRANCE to Nicolas SICARD and Michelle BOBINE -- not a descendant of Pierre SICARD and Marie DE FARGUES.
 

More About Genevieve Rate:
Burial: November 29, 1732, St Joseph, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada

Children of Jean Sicard and Genevieve Rate are:
 43 i. Ursule Sicard, born September 18, 1695 in St Pierre, Ile D'Orleans, Montmorency II, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1713 - 1789; married Charles Dupuis Abt. 1720 in St-Joseph-de-Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Marie Anne Sicard, born July 20, 1698; died Bet. 1714 - 1792; married (1) Etienne Charels LeMaitre Bet. 1714 - 1744; born November 05, 1695 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1714 - 1786; married (2) Antoine Trotier Bet. 1714 - 1746; born 1698; died Bet. 1717 - 1789; married (3) Etienne Charles Auge Bet. 1714 - 1746; born 1698; died Bet. 1717 - 1789.
  iii. Jean Sicard, born June 12, 1700 in St Pierre, Ile D'Orleans, Montmorency II, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1719 - 1791; married (1) Elisabeth LeGarduer Bet. 1716 - 1748; born 1700; died Bet. 1716 - 1794; married (2) Angelique Baron-Lupien Bet. 1716 - 1748; born 1700; died Bet. 1716 - 1794.
  iv. Joseph Sicard, born 1702; died Bet. 1703 - 1792.
  v. Louis Sicard, born January 25, 1704/05 in Trois Rivieres, St Maurice, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1724 - 1796; married (1) Catherine Trotier Bet. 1721 - 1753; born 1705; died Bet. 1721 - 1799; married (2) Charlotte LeMaitre-Auge Bet. 1721 - 1753; born 1705; died Bet. 1721 - 1799.
  vi. Agathe Sicard, born November 20, 1706 in Trois Rivieres, St Maurice, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1722 - 1800; married Joseph Petit-Bruno Bet. 1722 - 1754; born 1706; died Bet. 1725 - 1797.
  vii. Genevieve Michelle Sicard, born January 11, 1708/09 in Trois Rivieres, St Maurice, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1725 - 1803; married Jean Francois Baril-Ducheny Bet. 1725 - 1756; born July 15, 1708 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1727 - 1799.
  viii. Francois Xavier Sicard, born April 29, 1711 in Trois Rivieres, St Maurice, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1712 - 1801.
 

 112.  Alexandre Trudel, born Abt. 1698 in Chateau-Richer, Charlevoix, Quebec; died Deceased.  He was the son of 224. Jean Trudel and 225. Marie Louise Mathieu.  He married 113. Marie Madeleine Belanger February 03, 1722/23 in Pointe-Aux-Tremb, Ile De Montreal, Quebec.
 113.  Marie Madeleine Belanger, born January 25, 1710/11 in Chateau-Richer, Charlevoix, Quebec; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 226. Francois Belanger and 227. Catherine Voyer.

Child of Alexandre Trudel and Marie Belanger is:
 56 i. Alexandre Trudel, born 1726 in Pte-Aux-Trembles, Ile-De-Montreal, Quebec; died Deceased; married Marie Anne Plamondon August 23, 1750.
 

 114.  Pierre Plamondon, born August 12, 1683 in Laprairie, Laprairie, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 228. Philippe Plamondon and 229. Marguerite Clement LaPointe.  He married 115. Marie Charlotte Hamel.
 115.  Marie Charlotte Hamel, born May 24, 1691 in Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 230. Jean Francois Hamel and 231. Anne-Felicite Lavasseur.

Children of Pierre Plamondon and Marie Hamel are:
 57 i. Marie Anne Plamondon, born July 23, 1728 in L''annonciation, L''ancienne-Lorette, Quebec, Quebec; died February 02, 1797; married Alexandre Trudel August 23, 1750.
  ii. Joseph Plamondon, born April 16, 1714; married Marguerite Marette; born October 15, 1721.
  iii. Pierre Plamondon
  iv. Joachim Plamondon, married Therese Pageot.
  v. Antoine Plamondon, married Marie-Ursule Maret-Lepine.
  vi. Michel Plamondon, married Catherine Robitaille.
  vii. Ignace Plamondon, married Therese Drolet.
  viii. Jacques Plamondon
  ix. Andre Plamondon, married Felicite Meunier.
  x. Marie-Felicite Plamondon
  xi. Marguerite Plamondon, married Pierre Drolet.
  xii. Catherine Plamondon, married Louis Maret-Lepine.
  xiii. Jean-Baptiste Plamondon
  xiv. Charles Plamondon
  xv. Marie-Jeanne Plamondon, married Pierre Boutet-Leboeuf.
 

 116.  Pierre Bergeron, born July 15, 1691 in Trois-Rivieres, St-Maurice, Quebec; died November 12, 1764 in Trois-Rivieres, St-Maurice, Quebec.  He was the son of 232. Francois Bergeron and 233. Etiennette LeClerc.  He married 117. Madeleine Giguere April 28, 1716 in St-Frc-Du-Lac, Yamaska, Quebec.
 117.  Madeleine Giguere, born April 01, 1696 in Sorel, Richelieu, Quebec; died Deceased in Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 234. Martin Ditdespins Giguere and 235. Marie Francoise Pinard.

Children of Pierre Bergeron and Madeleine Giguere are:
 58 i. Charles Bergeron, born March 06, 1716/17 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec; died February 21, 1795 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec; married Judith Paille May 03, 1744 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec.
  ii. Pierre Bergeron, born 1717 in St-Frc-Du-Lac, Yamaska, Quebec; died 1763; married (1) Madeleine Proulx; born 1688 in Quebec, Canada; died 1755; married (2) Genevieve Gelinas; died Deceased.
  iii. Jean Baptiste Bergeron, died Deceased; married Genevieve Brule; died Deceased.
 

 118.  Charles Paille, born 1683 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada; died September 06, 1758.  He was the son of 236. Leonard Paille and 237. Marie Louise Vachon.  He married 119. Marie Francoise Lemaitre February 09, 1710/11.
 119.  Marie Francoise Lemaitre, born Abt. 1687; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 238. Charles LeMaitre Dit Auger and 239. Madeleine Crevier.

Children of Charles Paille and Marie Lemaitre are:
 59 i. Judith Paille, born February 19, 1723/24 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec; died Deceased; married Charles Bergeron May 03, 1744 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec.
  ii. Charlotte Amable Paille, died Deceased; married Bonaventure Choret; died Deceased.
  iii. Joseph Paille, died Deceased; married Marie Josephe Degerlais; died Deceased.
  iv. Amable Paille, died Deceased; married Joseph Lesieur October 25, 1773; died Deceased.
 

 120.  Pierre LeBlanc, born Abt. 1685 in Acadia, Canada.  He was the son of 240. Rene Leblanc and 241. Anne Bourgeois.  He married 121. Jeanne Terriot October 26, 1711 in St Charles, Mines, Acadia, Canada.
 121.  Jeanne Terriot, born Abt. 1693 in Acadia, Canada; died Bef. 1787.

Children of Pierre LeBlanc and Jeanne Terriot are:
 60 i. Paul Dit Polet LeBlanc, born February 28, 1710/11 in Port Royal, Annapolis, Nova Scotia; died March 12, 1773 in Quebec, Canada; married Marie Josephe Richard.
  ii. Anne LeBlanc, born Abt. 1731.
  iii. Charles Honore LeBlanc, born 1718.
  iv. Jean Baptiste LeBlanc, born 1720.
  v. Elizabeth LeBlanc, born 1723.
  vi. Anselme LeBlanc
  vii. Jean Pierre LeBlanc, born April 01, 1726.
  viii. Agnes LeBlanc, born April 03, 1736.
  ix. Daniel LeBlanc, born May 16, 1729.
  x. Joseph LeBlanc, born September 25, 1733.
  xi. Francoise LeBlanc, born November 26, 1717.
 

 122.  Rene Richard, born 1688 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died December 26, 1776 in Becancourt, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 244. Rene Richard and 245. Madeleine Landry.  He married 123. Marguerite Terriot January 26, 1711/12 in St. Jean Baptiste, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.
 123.  Marguerite Terriot, born 1692 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 246. Claude Terriot and 247. Marie Gautreaux.

Children of Rene Richard and Marguerite Terriot are:
 61 i. Marie Josephe Richard, born June 09, 1713 in Acadia, Canada; died June 02, 1795 in Nicolet, Nicolet, Quebec, Canada; married Paul Dit Polet LeBlanc.
  ii. Marquerite Francoise Richard, born 1714.
  iii. Madeleine Richard, born 1717.
  iv. Joseph Richard, born 1718.
  v. Claire Richard, born 1721.
  vi. Judith Richard, born 1724.
  vii. Rene Richard
  viii. Charles Richard, born 1729.
  ix. Anne Richard, born Abt. 1730.
 

Generation No. 8

 128.  Charles Belanger, born August 19, 1640 in Quebec, Canada; died December 14, 1692 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec Canada.  He was the son of 256. Francois Belanger and 257. Marie Guyon.  He married 129. Barbe Delphine Cloutier November 25, 1663 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada.
 129.  Barbe Delphine Cloutier, born January 11, 1649/50 in Beauport, Quebec, Quebec; died April 24, 1711 in Chateau Richer, Montmorency, Quebec.  She was the daughter of 258. Zacherie Cloutier and 259. Madelein-Barbe Emard.

Notes for Charles Belanger:

Barbe and Charles lived at Chateau-Richer. There is a reason to believe that Charles may have been the seigneur du fief de Bonsecours (L'Islet)
On 19 December 1662 (gr. Audouart) he received a piece of land (concession) from Charles Le Gardeur de Villiers, part of the rear fief Le Gardeur in the Seigneurie of Beaupre.  He received another farm from the same person on 15 Jun 1669.  Unlike his brothers, who moved to the Seigneurie of Bonsecours at L'Islet, Charles lived on the North bank of the St Lawrence river.  As the oldest son, he inherited half of the Seigneurie of Bonsecours at his father's death.  The other half was divided among his brothers and sisters.

Facts about this person:

Christening August 19, 1640
Quebec

Burial December 15, 1692
Chateau Richer, Montmorency, Que
 

Charles Belanger was baptised Aug. 19, 1640 in Quebec City.  He was given the title Seigneur de Bonsecours (Seigneur du feif de Bonsecours de L'Islet) and was a very prosperous settler.
(taken from the Dictionary of Canadian Biographies, Vol. VII).  On Dec. 19, 1662 (gr.Audoart) he received a piece of land (concession) from Charles LeGardeur de Villiers, part of the rear fief LeGardeur in the
Seigneurie of Beaupre.  He received another farm from the same person on June 15, 1669. Unlike his brothers, who moved to the Seigneurie of Bonsecours a L'Islet, Charles lived on the north bank of the
St. Lawrence River.  As the oldest son, he inherited half of the Seigneurie of Bonsecours at his fathers
death.  The other half was divided among his brothers & sisters.

The Genealogie des Familles de Terrebonne, says the marriage of Charles & Barbe was November 25,
1663 & so does the Madawaska marriages book & the Genealogy of French Families of the Detroit region.  A genealogy received from Paul Belanger of St. Vallier on July 17, 1997 also lists the date of
marriage as November 25, 1663. (as per Andre Belanger, Belanger Family Genealogist) A contract for the marriage to Barbe Delphine Cloutier was signed on Oct 16, 1640 by Notary Audouart.

More About CHARLES BELANGER:
Burial: December 15, 1692, Chateau Richer, Montmorency

More About Charles Belanger:
Burial: December 15, 1692, Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada

Notes for Barbe Delphine Cloutier:
After the death of her husband Charles in 1692, Barbe Delphine remarried Jan. 12, 1705 to Noel Gagnon,
in Chateau Richer, Noel was widower of Genevieve Fortin & the son of Pierre Gagnon & Vincente Desvarieux.
 

Children of Charles Belanger and Barbe Cloutier are:
  i. Francois Belanger, born Abt. 1666 in Chateau-Richer, Montmorency , Quebec; died January 22, 1720/21; married Catherine Voyer; born in Marolle, Lemans, Maine, France; died Deceased.
 64 ii. Charles Belanger, born July 04, 1668 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec Canada; died April 28, 1729 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married Genevieve Gagnon February 18, 1691/92 in St Anne-Beaupre, Quebec Canada.
  iii. Barbe Belanger, born February 02, 1672/73 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died January 12, 1702/03 in L'AngeGardien, Quebec, Canada; married (1) Charles Lefrancois; died Deceased; married (2) Denis Constantin May 01, 1696 in L'AngeGardien, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  iv. Marie Belanger, born August 09, 1670 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died October 02, 1713 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married (1) Joseph Gravelle April 18, 1689 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada; died Deceased; married (2) Etienne Contant April 19, 1700 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada; died Deceased.
  v. Madeleine Belanger, born August 10, 1675 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Claude Bouchard February 15, 1693/94 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada; died Deceased.
  vi. Guillaume Belanger, born April 24, 1678 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died October 31, 1688 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.
  vii. Alexis Belanger, born September 14, 1680 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Marie Gagnon November 27, 1704 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada; died Deceased.
  viii. Marguerite Belanger, born July 05, 1683 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Francois Gagnon January 25, 1699/00 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada; died Deceased.
  ix. Anne Belanger, born November 18, 1686 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Charles Gagnon January 19, 1705/06 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada; born May 17, 1679 in Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  x. Francois Belanger, died January 23, 1720/21 in Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada; married (1) Catherine Voyer April 18, 1689 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada; born in Marolle, Lemans, Maine, France; died Deceased; married (2) Marguerite Pare November 14, 1715 in Ste-Anne-Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
 

 130.  Pierre Gagnon, born Abt. 1646; died August 10, 1687 in Beauport Quebec.  He was the son of 260. Pierre Gagnon and 261. Vincente Desvarieux.  He married 131. Barbe Fortin 1669 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada.
 131.  Barbe Fortin, born October 21, 1654 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 262. Julien Fortin and 263. Genevieve Gamache.

Children of Pierre Gagnon and Barbe Fortin are:
 65 i. Genevieve Gagnon, born March 04, 1673/74 in Cap Tourmente, Quebec Canada; died April 28, 1749; married Charles Belanger February 18, 1691/92 in St Anne-Beaupre, Quebec Canada.
  ii. Marie Madeleine Gagnon, born March 28, 1671 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died January 31, 1743/44 in Rimouski, Quebec, Canada; married Rene Lepage June 10, 1686 in Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; born Abt. 1659 in Nivernais, France; died August 04, 1718 in Rimouski, Quebec, Canada.
  iii. Joseph Gagnon, born January 01, 1672/73 in Cap Tourmente, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Agathe Belanger 1700; died Deceased.
  iv. Augustin Gagnon, born October 18, 1675 in Cap Tourmente, Quebec, Canada; died Bef. 1681.
  v. Pierre Gagnon, born January 04, 1676/77 in Cap Tourmente, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Elisabeth Lacroix 1701.
  vi. Marguerite Gagnon, born February 09, 1680/81 in Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; died 1681.
  vii. Marguerite Gagnon, born February 02, 1681/82 in Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; died May 30, 1686 in Beauport Quebec.
  viii. Alexandre Gagnon, born January 06, 1683/84 in Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Angelique Caron 1711; died Deceased.
  ix. Marguerite Gagnon, born January 07, 1686/87 in Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Pierre Lefrancois 1704; died Deceased.
  x. Jean-Baptiste, born January 25, 1687/88 in Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Francoise Ouellet 1714; died Deceased.
  xi. Charles Gagnon, born May 17, 1679 in Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Anne Belanger January 19, 1705/06 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada; born November 18, 1686 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
 

 132.  Hubert Simon, born Abt. 1632 in Pontoise, Paris, France; died November 18, 1704 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 264. Guillaume Simon and 265. Sebastienne Doublez.  He married 133. Marie Vie November 27, 1659 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
 133.  Marie Vie, born Abt. 1642 in St-Nicolas-des-Champs, Paris, France; died May 25, 1682 in Hotel-Dieu, Quebec, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 266. Robert Vie and 267. Sainte Paulin.

Children of Hubert Simon and Marie Vie are:
 66 i. Guillaume Simon, born September 23, 1664 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died March 15, 1710/11 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married Catherine Drouin November 17, 1688 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada.
  ii. Marie-Anne Simon, born August 27, 1660 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Louis Lavergne 1675; died Deceased.
  iii. Pierre Simon, born March 04, 1661/62 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Anne-Jeanne Hardy February 03, 1686/87 in Neuville, Quebec; died Deceased.
  iv. Marie-Angelique Simon, born May 02, 1663 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Jean Jobin 1680; died Deceased.
  v. Jacques Simon, born March 07, 1665/66 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  vi. Marie-Madeleine Simon, born March 29, 1668 in Sillery, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Philippe Letourneau 1683; died Deceased.
  vii. Agnes Simon, born May 19, 1669 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Jean-Baptiste Guay 1691; died Deceased.
  viii. Marie-Francoise Simon, born November 18, 1675 in Sillery, Quebec, Canada; died Bef. 1681.
  ix. Joseph Simon, born Abt. 1672; died Deceased.

Notes for Joseph Simon:
Two of Hubert's sons, Joseph and Jacques, accompanied the Iberville expedition to establish Ft. Louis de la Mobile, and Joseph became a prominent settler on the Gulf Coast at what is now Pascagoula.

  x. Ignace Simon, born February 09, 1673/74 in Sillery, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  xi. Marguerite-Francoise Simon, born November 18, 1675 in Sillery, Quebec, Canada; died Bef. 1681.
  xii. Augustin Simon, born July 10, 1677 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married (1) Marthe Meroukiouetamoueoue Abt. 1714 in Kaskaskia, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married (2) Suzanne Akikista 1720 in Kaskaskia, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  xiii. Marie-Louise Simon, born July 10, 1677 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Louis Mercier 1703; died Deceased.
  xiv. Anne Simon, born March 20, 1678/79 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Henri Marion 1718; died Deceased.
  xv. Charles Simon, born August 11, 1680 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died July 24, 1719 in Ste-Foy, Quebec, Canada.
 

 134.  Robert Drouin, born August 06, 1607 in St-Barthelemi du Pin-la-Garenne, Mortagne, Sees, Perche, France; died June 01, 1685 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 268. Robert Drouin and 269. Marie Debois.  He married 135. Marie Chapelier November 29, 1649 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
 135.  Marie Chapelier, born Abt. 1624 in St-Etienne de Brie-Comte-Robert, Melun, Brie, France; died March 18, 1696/97 in Hotel-Dieu, Quebec, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 270. Jean Chapelier and 271. Marguerite Dodier.

Notes for Robert Drouin:
He was in Canada in 1636 and in 1641, he already had a farm near the Rivière aux Chiens (river of dogs). His marriage contract of July 27 1636, (one year after the religious ceremony) which was concluded in the house of Robert Giffard and executed by Jean Guyon du Buisson in the absence of a notary, is the oldest marriage document preserved in the original in Canada. It seems that he is the ancestor of all Drouin in the country.
 
 

Children of Robert Drouin and Marie Chapelier are:
 67 i. Catherine Drouin, born January 02, 1658/59 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1705 - 1755; married Guillaume Simon November 17, 1688 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada.
  ii. Marie Drouin, born September 18, 1650 in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Nicolas Lebel 1662.
  iii. Nicolas Drouin, born January 07, 1651/52 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died October 05, 1723 in Ste Famille, Ile d'Orleans, Quebec, Canada; married Marie Loignon November 06, 1674 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  iv. Pierre Drouin, born November 30, 1653 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1666 - 1667.
  v. Marguerite Drouin, born December 23, 1655 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Jean Gagnon 1670; died Deceased.
  vi. Etienne Drouin, born Abt. 1658; died Deceased; married Catherine Loignon November 03, 1682 in Ste-Famille I.O., Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  vii. Jean-Babtiste Drouin, born February 13, 1661/62 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1667 - 1681.
  viii. Marie-Madeleine Drouin, born November 26, 1664 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died February 03, 1664/65 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.
 

 136.  Alexandre Laure, born Bef. 1697 in Pisiquit, Acadia, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased in Pisiquit, Acadia, Quebec, Canada.  He married 137. Francoise Barriault.
 137.  Francoise Barriault, born Bef. 1699 in Pisiquit, Acadia, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 274. Nicolas Barillot and 275. Martine Hebert.

Child of Alexandre Laure and Francoise Barriault is:
 68 i. Julien Lort Laure-Lamontagne, born in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Bef. June 1724 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; married (1) Anne Girouard; married (2) Anne-Charlotte Girouard 1675 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.
 

 138.  Francois Dit La Varenne Girouard, born 1621 in Chaussee, Vienne, Loudun, France; died October 27, 1703 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.  He married 139. Jeanne Aucoin 1647 in Acadia, Canada.
 139.  Jeanne Aucoin, born 1631 in France; died April 18, 1718 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.  She was the daughter of 278. Martin Aucoin and 279. Marie Sale.

Child of Francois Girouard and Jeanne Aucoin is:
 69 i. Anne-Charlotte Girouard, born 1660 in Arcadia, Quebec, Canada; died January 09, 1740/41 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; married Julien Lort Laure-Lamontagne 1675 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.
 

 140.  Germain Doucet, born 1641 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; died Aft. 1685 in Acadia, Canada.  He was the son of 280. Pierre Doucet.  He married 141. Marguerite Landry 1664.
 141.  Marguerite Landry, born 1647 in Acadia, Canada; died Abt. 1700 in Acadia, Canada.  She was the daughter of 282. Rene Landry and 283. Perrine Bourg.

Notes for Germain Doucet:
Germain Doucet was half Indian. He was born at Port Royal in 1641 and was brought by his father to Quebec in 1655 where he lived until he was nineteen years old.  He returned to Port Royal in 1660 and was married in 1664 to Marguerite Landry.   He is listed in the Acadian census of 1671, 1686 & 1693.  There is a separate descent of marriage going back to Indian.  It can be found in Nova Scotia at Chapel Island Indian reservation.  Noel Doucet , former president of the union of Nova Scotia Indians claims such a descent.  Chapel Island is North near Cape Breton.  In 1671 Germain  is registered as a labourer (meaning farmer) at age 30, with his wife, age 24, three children, Charles 6, Bernard 4, Laurent 3, eleven horned cattle, seven sheep, three arpents of cultivated land.  The census of 1693 shows Germain Doucet, age 50, wife Marie Landry, age 44, three  children, Jacques 22, Claude 18, Pierre 8,  eight  horned cattle , 12 bull or oxen, 10 pigs, 18 aprents of cultivated land.  In the census of 1699, his family is listed as Marie Landry, widow of Germain Doucet, Pierre 15, Marie 4, Jean 2, eight cows,  12 oxen or bulls, 20 aprents of cultivated land.
The above information was obtained from Robert Doucette, P.O. Box 386, E. Falmouth, Mass. 02536 in 1995.

Marguerite and Marie Landry were sisters.  Per Bona Arsenault, Vol. 1, pgs. 385 & 386.  Children's info per Bona Arsenault, Vol. 1.
 
 
 

Children of Germain Doucet and Marguerite Landry are:
 70 i. Jacques Doucet, born Abt. 1671 in Acadia, Canada; died Unknown in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; married Marie Pellerin Abt. 1695.
  ii. Charles Doucet, born 1665; died May 08, 1739 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; married Huguette-Radegonde Guerin 1684; born Bet. 1648 - 1674; died Bet. 1708 - 1763.
  iii. Bernard Doucet, born 1667 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; died Abt. August 04, 1709 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; married Magdeleine Corporon 1690; born Bet. 1652 - 1680; died Bet. 1714 - 1767.
  iv. Laurent Doucet, born 1669; died Bef. 1729; married Jeanne Babin 1689 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; born 1667; died Deceased.
  v. Claude Doucet, born 1674 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; died December 06, 1754 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; married Marie Comeau Bet. 1693 - 1723; born 1679; died Bet. 1724 - 1774.

Notes for Claude Doucet:
Claude Doucet is registered in the Acadian census of 1698, 1700, 1703, and 1707.  In the census of 1698 he is listed as age 23, wife Marie Commeau 21, children Charles 1, seven horned cattle, 7 oxen or bulls, 4 pigs, 5 1/2 aprents of cultivated land.  In 1707 census he is listed with wife, three children, 3 aprents of cultivated land, 4 horned cattle, 6 bulls or oxen, 3 pigs, and 1 gun.  Claude Doucet lived at the "Cape" which was the section where the first road to Halifx starts from the main street of Annapolis.  There were at the "Cape" forty-one Acadian families living along the road.  Claude died at the age of 80 years old and is buried at St. Anne Cemetery, Annapolis Royal.
The above information was obtained from Robert Doucette, P.O. Box 386, E. Falmouth, Mass. 02536 in 1995.
See Census of 1686.
 

 142.  Etienne Pellerin, born Abt. 1646 in St Etienne, Bacilly, Normandie, France; died November 17, 1722 in St Jean Baptiste, Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.  He married 143. Jeanne Savoie 1675 in Acadia, Canada.
 143.  Jeanne Savoie, born 1658 in Acadia, Canada; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 286. Francois Savoie and 287. Catherine Lejeune.

Children of Etienne Pellerin and Jeanne Savoie are:
 71 i. Marie Pellerin, born 1679 in Acadia, Canada; died Bet. 1730 - 1774; married Jacques Doucet Abt. 1695.
  ii. Madeleine Pellerin, born 1676 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Deceased; married Charles Calve-Laforge; born 1665 in France; died September 29, 1705 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.
  iii. Pierre Pellerin, born 1681 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Deceased.
  iv. Marie Anne Pellerin, born 1683 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Deceased; married Abraham Brun; born Abt. 1680 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Deceased.
  v. Jean-Baptiste Pellerin, born 1685 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Deceased; married Marie Martin February 11, 1709/10 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; born Abt. 1690 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Deceased.
  vi. Jeanne Pellerin, born 1688 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Deceased; married Pierre Suret; born Abt. 1679 in France; died October 30, 1749 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.
  vii. Charles Pellerin, born 1690.
  viii. Bernard Pellerin, born 1691 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Deceased; married Marguerite Gaudet November 27, 1713; born Abt. 1693 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Deceased.
  ix. Alexandre Pellerin, born 1693.
  x. Marguerite Pellerin, born Abt. 1695 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died 1723 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; married Bernard Gaudet-Bleche January 17, 1715/16 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; born Abt. 1692 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Deceased.
  xi. Charles Pellerin, born 1696 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Bef. 1773; married Madeleine Robichaud; born Abt. 1702 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Aft. 1773.
 

 144.  Pierre Jouineau, born December 30, 1632 in Angoulins, La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died August 09, 1690 in Hotel-Dieu, Quebec, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 288. Jean Jouineau and 289. Marie Billaud.  He married 145. Anne Rousseau August 30, 1654 in Cap-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec, Canada.
 145.  Anne Rousseau, born Abt. 1636; died March 08, 1679/80 in Champlain, Quebec, Canada.

Notes for Anne Rousseau:
Said to be one of the "kings daughters" who arrived in New France in 1667.
 

Children of Pierre Jouineau and Anne Rousseau are:
 72 i. Augustin Jouineau, born Abt. 1675 in Canada; died April 29, 1716 in Chambly, Quebec, Canada; married Elisabeth Blanchon December 07, 1698 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Marie-Anne Jouineau, born Abt. 1670; died Deceased; married (1) Rene Sale 1686; died Deceased; married (2) Jacques Ravion August 03, 1717; died Deceased.
 

 146.  Etienne Blanchon, born Abt. 1640 in St-Amable, Riom, Clermont, Auvergne, France; died May 21, 1712 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 292. Jean Blanchon and 293. Anne-Antoinette Rochon.  He married 147. Anne Videau June 30, 1676 in Quebec, Canada.
 147.  Anne Videau, born Abt. 1642 in St-Sorlin de Marennes, Rochefort, Saintes, Saintonge, France; died Aft. April 21, 1703 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 294. Jacques Videau and 295. Marie Chauvelette.

Notes for Etienne Blanchon:
he was a soldier in the company of Berthier in the regiment of L'Allier.  Returned alone to France in 1682 (after Sept 11) shortly after his youngest daugthers birth and never returned.
 

Children of Etienne Blanchon and Anne Videau are:
 73 i. Elisabeth Blanchon, born June 18, 1679 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died June 15, 1749 in Ste Genevieve, De-Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; married Augustin Jouineau December 07, 1698 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Charles Blanchon, born March 17, 1676/77 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Aft. 1681.
  iii. Francois Blanchon, born March 26, 1678 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died October 06, 1680 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
  iv. Louise Blanchon, born December 10, 1680 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  v. Marie-Anne Blanchon, born March 31, 1682 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Thomas de Bercy 1703; died Deceased.
 

 148.  Francois Baribeau, born Bet. 1624 - 1636 in France; died October 22, 1721 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.  He married 149. Perrine Moreau 1659.
 149.  Perrine Moreau, born Abt. 1635 in France; died September 15, 1709 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 298. Michel Moreau.

Notes for Francois Baribeau:
François Baribeau is one of the many ancestors of whom we now little or nothing concerning parental or regional origins. Some genealogists maintain that he must have come from Saintonge. According to Father Archange Godbout, this master cobbler, born about 1636, arrived in Canada around 1670 with his wife Perrine Moreau and his ten year old son Louis. The year 1670 is little more than an educated guess, based on the supposition that the family crossed the Atlantic no later than 1669. In fact, on 18 January 1670, the notary Romain Becquet arranged a contract of service between Baribeau and the Jesuits. By this time, the family had settled in the area of Québec, probably at Charlesbourg, where their first daughter, Gabrielle, was born in early 1673. On 24 February of that same year, Francois turned in his resignation to Brother Joseph Bousier of the Society of Jesus.

Later on around 1974-1975, he turned over his belongings in the Québec region and moved to the Batiscan shore. On 15 January 1677, our ancestor acquired a property from Jean Lariou dit Lafontaine. It was mentioned in the census of 1681 as the land belonging "to François Baribeau, a 45 year old cobbler and to his wife Perrine Moreau, 46 years old," situated between that of François Frigon and Jean Lariou.
 
 

Children of Francois Baribeau and Perrine Moreau are:
 74 i. Jean Baribeau, born July 16, 1670 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died April 25, 1725 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; married Marguerite Cosset February 18, 1695/96 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Gabrielle Baribeau, born December 17, 1672 in Charlesbourg, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Guillaume Bellec 1687; died Deceased.
  iii. Catherine Baribeau, born Abt. 1675; died Deceased; married Jean Germain 1698; died Deceased.
  iv. Francois Baribeau, born Abt. 1678; died Deceased; married Marie-Josephe Robert February 26, 1720/21 in Ste-Anne-de-la Perade, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  v. Pierre Baribeau, born May 01, 1681 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Marie-Madeleine Dessureaux August 04, 1708 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  vi. Louis Baribeau, born Abt. 1660; died Deceased; married Marie-Madeleine Feuillon February 10, 1686/87 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
 

 150.  Jean Cosset, born Bet. 1642 - 1645 in Sthilaire, Fontenay, Poitou, France; died November 13, 1687 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 300. Jacques Cosset and 301. Renee Mascouin.  He married 151. Marguerite Eloy February 12, 1667/68.
 151.  Marguerite Eloy, born Abt. 1651 in St-Jacques, Dieppe, Rouen, Normandie, France; died March 30, 1728 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 302. Jean Eloy and 303. Marguerite Falaize.

Children of Jean Cosset and Marguerite Eloy are:
 75 i. Marguerite Cosset, born January 20, 1679/80 in Les Ecureuils, Quebec, Canada; died 1727; married Jean Baribeau February 18, 1695/96 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Jean Cosset, born February 09, 1669/70 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died September 18, 1687 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada.
  iii. Marie Cosset, born March 12, 1671/72 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Laurent Bransard 1692; died Deceased.
  iv. Francois Cosset, born August 10, 1674 in L'AngeGardien, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Catherine Lafond November 23, 1694 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  v. Pierre Cosset, born July 04, 1678 in Les Ecureuils, Quebec, Canada; died Bef. 1681.
  vi. Alexis Cosset, born April 07, 1683 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada; died October 10, 1687 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada.
  vii. Rene Cosset, born October 06, 1686 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
 

 152.  Nicolas Lefebvre, died Deceased.  He was the son of 304. Napolean Lefebvre.  He married 153. Marie Josse.
 153.  Marie Josse, died Deceased.

Child of Nicolas Lefebvre and Marie Josse is:
 76 i. Gabriel Lefebvre, born Abt. 1665 in St-Laurent, Paris, France; died November 27, 1735; married Marie-Louise Duclos January 17, 1688/89 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
 

 154.  Francois Duclos, born March 12, 1626/27 in Manerbe, Lisieux, Normandie, France; died December 03, 1711 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 308. Charles Duclos and 309. Madeleine Boutart.  He met 155. Jeanne Cerisier.
 155.  Jeanne Cerisier, born Abt. 1640 in Amboise, Tours, Touraine, France; died September 12, 1709 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 310. Jacques Cerisier and 311. Marie De Lalande.

Children of Francois Duclos and Jeanne Cerisier are:
 77 i. Marie-Louise Duclos, born Abt. 1664 in St-Laurent, Paris, France; married Gabriel Lefebvre January 17, 1688/89 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Nicolas Duclos, born Abt. 1666; died Deceased; married Marie-Madeleine Lafond 1709; died Deceased.
  iii. Anne Duclos, born Abt. 1668; died Deceased; married Francois Gignac 1688; died Deceased.
  iv. Genevieve Duclos, born Abt. 1671; died Deceased; married Pierre Perrault 1685; died Deceased.
  v. Francois Duclos, born Abt. 1675; married Marie-Charlotte Duteau 1710; died Deceased.
  vi. Marie-Madeleine Duclos, born Abt. 1676; met Julien Trottier.
  vii. Marguerite Duclos, born October 10, 1679 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Jacques Duteau 1707; died Deceased.
  viii. Charles Duclos, born May 09, 1682 in Champlain, Quebec, Canada; died January 30, 1702/03 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada.
 

 156.  Rene Dubois, born March 27, 1639 in Cisse, France; died April 1700 in St Francois-du-lac, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 312. Louis Dubois and 313. Jeanne Naudin.  He married 157. Anne-Julienne Dumont November 25, 1665 in Quebec, Canada.
 157.  Anne-Julienne Dumont, born Abt. 1646; died Bef. August 03, 1704 in St Francois-du-lac, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 314. Samuel Dumont and 315. Marie-Anne D'Anglure.

Children of Rene Dubois and Anne-Julienne Dumont are:
 78 i. Charles Dubois Dit Brisebois, born December 05, 1680 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Marie-Ursule Adams August 03, 1704 in St Francois-du-lac, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Jean-Baptiste Dubois, born 1662.
  iii. Dorothee Dubois, born October 01, 1666 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bef. September 07, 1710 in La Perade, Quebec, Canada; married (1) Jean Janvier January 22, 1679/80 in Quebec, Canada; born 1652; died January 08, 1687/88 in Cap-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec, Canada; married (2) Norbert Etienne Biguet I October 29, 1691 in Champlain, Quebec, Canada; born Abt. 1660 in St-Etienne de Ponts, d'Avranches diocese, Normandy France; died February 27, 1714/15 in Ste-Anne-de-la-Perade.
  iv. Jean Francois Dubois
  v. Marie-Madeleine Dubois
  vi. Francoise Dubois
  vii. Louise Dubois
  viii. Elisabeth Dubois
  ix. Marguerite Dubois
 

 158.  Charles Adams, born Abt. 1621 in England; died July 19, 1694 in Oyster River, Durham, New Hampshire.  He married 159. Rebecca Smith.
 159.  Rebecca Smith, born Abt. 1645 in Oyster River, Durham, New Hampshire; died July 16, 1694 in Oyster River, Durham, New Hampshire.  She was the daughter of 318. George Smith and 319. Temperance Unknown.

Notes for Charles Adams:
He may have come over with Joseph Smith, relative? of Rebecca in 1640. He bought land at oyster river from John Ault 10 april 1645,built a garrison house in 1655. oath of fidelity 1669. Constable in 1662. He and 14 others of his househould were slain in the massacre of 1694 his garrison house burned, son Charles administered his estate 1 apr 1695.
Buried the mound of earth marking their graves is very near the Mathes burial place at Durham Point.
 

Attack at Oyster River:

It was the end of June, 1694 when Villieu and Thury, with one Frenchman and 105 Indians, began their long canoe-voyage to the English border. The savages were directed to give no quarter and told that the prisoners already in their hands would ensure the safety of their hostages in the hands of the English. More warriors were to join them from Bigot's mission on the Kennebec.

On the ninth of July they neared Pemaquid; but it was no part of the plan to attack a garrisoned post. The main body passed on at a safe distance; while Villieu approached the fort, dressed and painted like an Indian and accompanied by 2 or 3 genuine savages, carrying a packet of furs as if on a peaceful errand of trade. Such visits from Indians had been common since the treaty and while his companions bartered their beaver skins with the unsuspecting soldiers, he strolled about the neighborhood and made a plan of the works. The party was soon joined by Bigot's Indians and the united force now amounted to 230. The held a council to determine where they should make their attack, but opinions differed. Some were for the places west of Boston and others for those nearer at hand. Necessity decided them. Their provisions were gone and Villieu says that he himself was dying of hunger. They therefore resolved to strike at the nearest settlement, that of Oyster River, now Durham, about 12 miles from Portsmouth. They cautiously moved forward and sent scouts in advance who reported that the inhabitants kept no watch. In fact a messenger from Phips had assured them that the war was over and that they could follow their usual vocations without fear.

Villieu and his band waited till night and then made their approach. There was a small village - a church, a mill, 12 fortified houses occupied in most cases only by families and many unprotected farmhouses, extending several miles along the stream.

The Indians separated into bands and stationing themselves for a simultaneous attack at numerous points, lay patiently waiting towards day. The moon was still bright when the first shot gave the signal and the slaughter began. The two palisaded houses of Adams and Drew, without garrisons were taken immediately. The wife and daughter Mercy were captured and the rest of families butchered.

The remaining seven were successfully defended though several of them were occupied only the the families which owned them. Among the unprotected houses the carnage was horrible. 104 persons, chiefly women and children half naked from their beds were tomahawked, shot or killed by slower and more painful methods. Some escaped to the fortified houses and others hid in the woods. 27 were kept alive as prisoners. 20 or more houses were burned but what is remarkable the Church was spared. Father Thury entered it during the massacre and wrote with chalk on the pulpit some sentences of which the purport is not preserved, as they were no doubt in French or Latin.

He may have come over with Joseph Smith, relative? of Rebecca in 1640. He bought land at oyster river from John Ault 10 april 1645,built a garrison house in 1655. oath of fidelity 1669 constable in 1662 he and 14 others of his househould were slain in the massacre of 1694 his garrison house burned, son Charles administered his estate 1 apr 1695
Buried the mound of earth marking their graves is very near the Mathes burial place
at Durham Point.
see AFGS Je Me Souveins Spring 92 vol 15 #1 p 53
Durham hist soc gen p 1 ADAMS
Francis Parkman- Frontenac- Attack at Oyster River p384
 

Notes for Rebecca Smith:
Captured and killed by the Iroquois
had 3 brothers living in the area at the time of the raid on Oyster river(Durham, NH.
AFGS-Je Me Souveins spring 92 vol 15 #1 p 53
relative of Joseph Smith who came over from Eng with Charles Adams
History of Durham p 333 , Joseph B. 1640 , probably a Quaker, as he willed
12lbs for repairing the Friends meeting house after his death in 12 dec 1727
No evidence to connect Joseph with George Smythe-Smith , but in History of
Durham p 330 in his will he mentions children, and wife unnamed.
Thomas,Samuel,Sara,Newman,Rebecca, Elizabeth, and Joanna.However , Rebecca
Smith Adams died in 1694 and George died in 1727, not likely to be named in
his will if he died in 1727 .Most likely George was the one mentioned who died
in Ipswich in 1661 or 1674 who was the son of Thomas, as Rebecca had 3 brothers
living in the area - and there are 3 in the will along with Rebecca.
 
 
 

More About Rebecca Smith:
Burial: July 1694, near Mathes Burial ground,Durham Point,N.H.

Children of Charles Adams and Rebecca Smith are:
 79 i. Marie-Ursule Adams, born March 13, 1673/74 in Oyster River, New Hampshire, USA; died September 15, 1728 in Yamaska,Quebec, Canada; married Charles Dubois Dit Brisebois August 03, 1704 in St Francois-du-lac, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Deliverance Adams, born Abt. 1666.
  iii. Charles Adams, born 1668; died Deceased; married Temperance Benmore; born Abt. 1670 in New Hampshire; died Deceased.
  iv. Mary Adams, born Abt. 1669; married William Tasker; died Deceased.
  v. Sarah Adams, born Abt. 1671 in Oyster River, Durham, New Hampshire; died Deceased.
  vi. Samuel Adams, born Abt. 1672 in Oyster River, Durham, New Hampshire; died July 19, 1694 in Oyster River, Durham, New Hampshire.
 

 160.  Jean Piette, born 1641 in Saintes, Saintonge, France; died February 1729/30 in Berthier-en-Haut, Montmagny, Quebec, Canada.  He married 161. Marguerite Chemereau.
 161.  Marguerite Chemereau, born 1651 in France; died September 14, 1715 in Sorel, Richelieu, Quebec, Canada.

More About Jean Piette:
Burial: February 17, 1729/30, Ste-Genevieve, Berthier, Quebec, Canada

More About Marguerite Chemereau:
Burial: September 15, 1715, St Pierre, Sorel, Rikchelieu, Quebec, Canada

Children of Jean Piette and Marguerite Chemereau are:
 80 i. Pierre Piette, born December 23, 1670 in Sorel, Quebec Canada; died Deceased; married Marie-Jacqueline Harel December 22, 1700 in Sorel, Quebec Canada.
  ii. Antoine Piette, born March 1672/73 in Sorel, Richelieu, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Marie-Jacqueline Harel November 22, 1700; born June 04, 1684 in Gentilly, Quebec Canada; died Deceased.
  iii. Marie Piette, born June 23, 1675.
  iv. Jeanne Piette, born May 23, 1677.
  v. Marquerite Piette, born October 11, 1680.
  vi. Jean Baptiste Piette, born February 1682/83.
 

 162.  Jean Harel, born Abt. 1649 in France; died January 05, 1715/16 in Sorel, Quebec, Canada.  He married 163. Marie Pescher 1671.
 163.  Marie Pescher, born Abt. 1649 in France; died November 19, 1728 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

More About Jean Harel:
Burial: January 05, 1715/16, St Pierre, Sorel, Rikchelieu, Quebec, Canada

Children of Jean Harel and Marie Pescher are:
 81 i. Marie-Jacqueline Harel, born June 04, 1684 in Gentilly, Quebec Canada; died Deceased; married (1) Antoine Piette November 22, 1700; married (2) Pierre Piette December 22, 1700 in Sorel, Quebec Canada.
  ii. Marie-Therese Harel, born Abt. 1677; died November 30, 1718 in Sorel, Quebec, Canada; married Nicolas Dit Bocage Baillargeon 1696; born Abt. 1662.
  iii. Louis Harel, born September 09, 1682.
 

 164.  Francois Pelletier Dit Antaya, born 1635 in Gaillardon, Beauce France; died November 02, 1692 in Sorel, Richelieu, Quebec.  He was the son of 328. Nicolas Pelletier and 329. Jeanne De Voissy Roussy.  He married 165. Marguerite Madeleine Morisseau September 29, 1661.
 165.  Marguerite Madeleine Morisseau, born 1637 in Montdidier, Amiens, Picardie, France; died December 15, 1707 in Hotel Dieu, Quebec, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 330. Julien Morisseau and 331. Anne Brelancour.

Notes for Francois Pelletier Dit Antaya:
Francois was a carpenter.
Francois Pelletier follows his parents until 1659. The Pelletier family lived in Quebec from 1637 to 1649. On the 22nd of March 1649, Nicolas purchased a "concession dans la Seigneurie Des Sauvages" at Cap Rouge, approx. 7 miles south of Quebec. In 1650, two Iroquois attacked Nicolas in his house at Cap Rouge but luckily he survived.

Francois doesn't leave his parents until 1659. He leaves on the 3rd of February 1659 with his brother-in-law Noel Jeremie. Jeremie had married Francois' sister Jeanne on the 29th of January 1659 and was moving to Tadoussac to work as a clerk. Francois is said to be the first white settler of Lac St-Jean. He married Dorothee la Sauvagesse, an Indian in April 1660, Father Albanel married the couple. Dorothee was to die on the 13th of April 1661 at L'Hopital de Quebec, possibly while giving birth. She was buried in the Hospital basement. Francois remarried the following year to Madeleine Morriseau. When he remarried, Francois Pelletier used the name Antaya for the first time.

Antaya is an Indian word that Francois Pelletier added to his name as a "dit" name. It was a French as well as Scottish tradition to add a clan name to their family names. The first time the name Antaya was written down was in 1667 by a notary, he wrote Francois Pelletier dit Nontay. The same notary wrote another contract in 1669 and wrote Anthaia. Again, in 1678, the same notary wrote Anthaya on a different contract. Finally, in church records in St Pierre de Sorel in 1748, the name was written as Antailla.

On the 30th of May 1660, Francois purchased a "concession" (land) at Tadoussac and worked as a clerk at the Poste de Traite. On the 11th of May, 1661, Francois accompanied Jesuit fathers Gabrielle Druilette & Claude Dablon, adventurers Guillaume Couture, Denis Guyon, notary Pierre Duquet, Jean Langlois and Michel Leneuf, Sieur de Lavalliere. They and a few hundreds Indians left Quebec in 80 canoes. Sickness slowed down their progress and they had to spend a few extra days in Tadoussac. The road they followed was almost identical to the road that Father de Quen took in 1647. They rested 7 or 8 days alongside the Lac St-Jean. On the 19th of June 1661, they paddled up the Chamouchouane river, known as Nikouba which they renamed themselves as the Saint-Sacrement river. The expedition stopped at Lake Nikabau. They were planning to go to the Hudson Bay but had to turn around at the beginning of July when their Indian guides refused to go any further. Francois returned to Quebec with the expedition as the Poste de Traite at Tadoussac had been burned by the Iroquois.

Francois Pelletier-Antaya at Fort Saurel - 1670 (Saurel is the old French for Sorel). Francois moved to Fort Saurel with his wife Marguerite Morisseau and his children in 1670. The five remaining children were born in Saurel. Catherine (1670), Michel (1674), Jean-Baptiste-Pierre (20July1676), Elisabeth (18Sep1677), and Louise (22Sep1678). They had a total of 10 children, eight of them married. Francois received at least 2 pieces of land (concessions) from the Seigneur Pierre de Saurel. He sold one in 1677 and exchanged the other one to one of his nephews, Jean-Francois in 1690. This nephew was killed by the Iroquois at Saurel on the Nov. 2nd, 1692.
 
 

Children of Francois Antaya and Marguerite Morisseau are:
  i. Marie Angelique Pelletier, born October 14, 1662 in Sillery, Quebec, Canada; died March 17, 1740/41 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Francois Bayard 1680; born Abt. 1650 in Lafouille, France; died Bef. 1709 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
 82 ii. Michel Pelletier, born Abt. 1674 in Sillery, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Francoise Meneux July 09, 1697 in Ste-Famille I.O., Quebec, Canada.
  iii. Catherine Pelletier, born 1670.
  iv. Jean-Baptiste Pelletier Dit Antaya, born July 20, 1676 in Sorel, Monteregie, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Marguerite Rousseau August 13, 1703; died Deceased.
 

 166.  Jacques Meneux, born 1639 in Chateau-Giron, Rennes, Bretagne, France; died December 19, 1690 in Hotel-Dieu, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 332. Jean Meneux and 333. Jeanne Trochon.  He married 167. Marguerite Peuvrier.
 167.  Marguerite Peuvrier, born 1639 in St Severin, Paris, Ile-de-France, France; died January 10, 1708/09 in Hotel-Dieu, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 334. Nicolas Le Preuvier and 335. Marguerite Bourgeois.

More About Marguerite Peuvrier:
Burial: January 11, 1708/09, Notre-Dame, Quebec, Quebec, Canada

Children of Jacques Meneux and Marguerite Peuvrier are:
 83 i. Francoise Meneux, born April 20, 1676 in Ste-Famille I.O., Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Michel Pelletier July 09, 1697 in Ste-Famille I.O., Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Marie-Madeleine Meneux, born Bet. 1668 - 1669 in Chateau-Richer, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada; died March 25, 1703 in L'Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Mathurin Meunier; born December 08, 1662 in Chateau-Richer, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  iii. Marie-Angelique Meneux, born March 16, 1677/78 in Ste-Famille, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Joseph Levesque November 26, 1704 in Notre-Dame, Liesse, Riviere-Quelle, Kamouraska, Quebec, Canada; born December 11, 1684 in Riviere-Quelle, Kamouraska, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  iv. Reine Meneux, born August 28, 1680; married Abraham Ouellet; born April 14, 1667; died Deceased.
 

 168.  Francois Dupois, died Deceased.  He married 169. Philippe David.
 169.  Philippe David, born in France; died Deceased.

Child of Francois Dupois and Philippe David is:
 84 i. Jean-Francois Dupuis, born 1670 in Perigeaux, Guyenne, France; died Bef. February 10, 1726/27 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; married Marguerite Bayard November 10, 1698 in Champlain, Champlain, Quebec, Canada.
 

 170.  Francois Bayard, born Abt. 1650 in Lafouille, France; died Bef. 1709 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 340. Jean Banliac and 341. Francoise Petit.  He married 171. Marie Angelique Pelletier 1680.
 171.  Marie Angelique Pelletier, born October 14, 1662 in Sillery, Quebec, Canada; died March 17, 1740/41 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 164. Francois Pelletier Dit Antaya and 165. Marguerite Madeleine Morisseau.

Children of Francois Bayard and Marie Pelletier are:
 85 i. Marguerite Bayard, born April 17, 1681 in Richelieu, Sorel, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Jean-Francois Dupuis November 10, 1698 in Champlain, Champlain, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Marie-Madeleine Banliac, born February 1682/83.
  iii. Marie Genevieve Banliac, born January 1684/85.
  iv. Antoinette Banliac, born 1687.
  v. Etiennette Banliac, born October 03, 1688.
  vi. Marie-Jeanne Banliac, born July 09, 1692.
  vii. Marie-Anne Banliac, born November 1698.
  viii. Charles Bayard, born December 09, 1700.
  ix. Agathe Banliac, born May 03, 1705.
 

 172.  Pierre Sicard, born 1632 in St Jacques, Castres, France; died Bet. 1668 - 1729.  He was the son of 344. Jean Sicard and 345. Martha De St Paul.  He married 173. Marie De Forgues December 05, 1663.
 173.  Marie De Forgues, born Abt. 1640 in St Jacques, Castres, France; died Bet. 1668 - 1736.  She was the daughter of 346. Jacques De Forques.

Child of Pierre Sicard and Marie De Forgues is:
 86 i. Jean Sicard, born Bef. 1665 in St Jacqes, Haut Languedoc, Tarn, France; died August 1742 in Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; married Genevieve Rate 1694.
 

 174.  Jacques Rate, born 1630 in Laleu, La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died April 08, 1699 in St Laurent, Ile D'Orleans, Quebec.  He was the son of 348. Francois Ratte and 349. Jacquette Hugeut.  He married 175. Anne Martin.
 175.  Anne Martin, born March 23, 1644/45 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died January 14, 1716/17 in St Pierre, Ile D'Orleans, Montmorency II, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 350. Abraham Lecossais Martin and 351. Marguerite Langlois.

More About Jacques Rate:
Burial: April 10, 1699, St Pierre, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada

More About Anne Martin:
Burial: January 15, 1716/17, St Pierre, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada

Children of Jacques Rate and Anne Martin are:
 87 i. Genevieve Rate, born January 27, 1677/78 in St. Famille, Ille D'Orleans, Montmorency II, Quebec, Canada; died November 1732 in Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; married Jean Sicard 1694.
  ii. Jacques Rate, born December 31, 1659 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1660 - 1749.
  iii. Bertrand Rate, born December 10, 1660 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1661 - 1750.
  iv. Michel Rate, born December 26, 1662 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1661 - 1750.
  v. Marie Anne Rate, born February 13, 1664/65 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died May 25, 1729 in St Laurent, Ile D'Orleans, Quebec; married Ignace Gosselin November 23, 1683 in St Pierre, Iie D'Orleans, Quebec, Canada; born 1655 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1707 - 1747.
  vi. Michelle Rate, born 1666 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1667 - 1760.
  vii. Jean Babptiste Rate, born November 28, 1667 in St. Famille, Ille D'Orleans, Montmorency II, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1707 - 1758; married Madeleine Blouard Bet. 1694 - 1726; born February 26, 1681/82 in St Pierre, Ile D'Orleans, Montmorency II, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1708 - 1776.
  viii. Anne Rate, born October 19, 1670 in St. Famille, Ille D'Orleans, Montmorency II, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1711 - 1765; married (1) Jacques DeTrepagny Bet. 1684 - 1714; born July 01, 1665 in Chateau Richer, Quebec,Canada; died Bet. 1686 - 1756; married (2) Jean Langlais Bet. 1686 - 1718; born 1670; died Bet. 1712 - 1761.
  ix. Jacques Rate, born June 29, 1673 in St. Famille, Ille D'Orleans, Montmorency II, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1674 - 1763.
  x. Pierre Rate, born August 20, 1675 in St. Famille, Ille D'Orleans, Montmorency II, Quebec, Canada; died March 21, 1720/21 in St Pierre, Ile D'Orleans, Montmorency II, Quebec, Canada; married (1) Antoinete Passet Bet. 1691 - 1714; born 1675; died Bet. 1691 - 1769; married (2) Jeanne Nolin November 27, 1702 in St Pierre, Iie D'Orleans, Quebec, Canada; born March 15, 1684/85 in St Pierre, Ile D'Orleans, Montmorency II, Quebec, Canada; died November 26, 1733 in Canada.
 

 224.  Jean Trudel, born June 28, 1669 in L'ange Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.  He was the son of 448. Jean Trudel and 449. Marquerite Thomas.  He married 225. Marie Louise Mathieu.
 225.  Marie Louise Mathieu, born December 26, 1670 in L'ange Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada; died 1737 in L'ange Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 450. Jean Mathieu and 451. Anne Du Tertre.

Children of Jean Trudel and Marie Mathieu are:
  i. Nicolas Trudel, born 1713 in L'ange Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
 112 ii. Alexandre Trudel, born Abt. 1698 in Chateau-Richer, Charlevoix, Quebec; died Deceased; married Marie Madeleine Belanger February 03, 1722/23 in Pointe-Aux-Tremb, Ile De Montreal, Quebec.
 

 226.  Francois Belanger, died January 23, 1720/21 in Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 128. Charles Belanger and 129. Barbe Delphine Cloutier.  He married 227. Catherine Voyer April 18, 1689 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada.
 227.  Catherine Voyer, born in Marolle, Lemans, Maine, France; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 454. Pierre Voyer and 455. Marle Catherine Crampon.

Child of Francois Belanger and Catherine Voyer is:
 113 i. Marie Madeleine Belanger, born January 25, 1710/11 in Chateau-Richer, Charlevoix, Quebec; died Deceased; married Alexandre Trudel February 03, 1722/23 in Pointe-Aux-Tremb, Ile De Montreal, Quebec.
 

 228.  Philippe Plamondon, born 1641 in Perousse, Cherment, Auvergne, France; died September 15, 1691 in Laprairie, Laprairie, Quebec, Canada.  He married 229. Marguerite Clement LaPointe April 23, 1680.
 229.  Marguerite Clement LaPointe, born March 03, 1663/64.  She was the daughter of 458. Jean Clement LaPointe and 459. Madeleine Surget.

Notes for Philippe Plamondon:
The original name might have beee Mandon, and possibly changed by a bookkeeping error.
 

Child of Philippe Plamondon and Marguerite LaPointe is:
 114 i. Pierre Plamondon, born August 12, 1683 in Laprairie, Laprairie, Quebec, Canada; married Marie Charlotte Hamel.
 

 230.  Jean Francois Hamel, born July 23, 1661 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada; died September 01, 1733.  He was the son of 460. Jean Hamel and 461. Mary Auvray.  He married 231. Anne-Felicite Lavasseur.
 231.  Anne-Felicite Lavasseur, born April 22, 1667 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 462. Jean Levasseur and 463. Marguerite Richard.

Child of Jean Hamel and Anne-Felicite Lavasseur is:
 115 i. Marie Charlotte Hamel, born May 24, 1691 in Quebec, Canada; married Pierre Plamondon.
 

 232.  Francois Bergeron, born Bet. 1645 - 1649 in Sthilaireautise, Lucon, Poitou, France; died May 12, 1726 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec.  He was the son of 464. Francois Bergeron and 465. Marie Pernelle.  He married 233. Etiennette LeClerc November 03, 1676 in Troisrivieres, Stmaurice, Pq, Can.
 233.  Etiennette LeClerc, born May 28, 1663 in Troisrivieres, Stmaurice, Pq, Can; died April 18, 1715 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Pq, Can.  She was the daughter of 466. Florent Leclerc and 467. Marie Gendre.

Children of Francois Bergeron and Etiennette LeClerc are:
 116 i. Pierre Bergeron, born July 15, 1691 in Trois-Rivieres, St-Maurice, Quebec; died November 12, 1764 in Trois-Rivieres, St-Maurice, Quebec; married Madeleine Giguere April 28, 1716 in St-Frc-Du-Lac, Yamaska, Quebec.
  ii. Charlotte Bergeron, born 1696 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; died 1768 in Yamachiche, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; married Maurice Gelinas; born 1701 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  iii. Jeanne Bergeron, born 1683; died Deceased; married Louis Delpe Saint-Cerny; died Deceased.
  iv. Marie Claire Bergeron, born 1686; died March 19, 1767; married Jean Charles Lacerte Vacher; born 1686 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  v. Marquerite Bergeron, born Abt. 1692 in Trois-Rivieres, St Maurice, Quebec; died Deceased; married Jean Baptiste Foucault February 06, 1707/08 in Trois-Rivieres, St Maurice, Quebec; died Deceased.
  vi. Claude Philibert Bergeron, born Abt. 1700 in Trois-Rivieres, St Maurice, Quebec; died January 07, 1788; married Marie Louise Cottu; died Deceased.
 

 234.  Martin Ditdespins Giguere, born 1655 in Ste-Anne de Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased in Beaupre, Quebec.  He was the son of 468. Robert Giguere and 469. Aymee Aimee Edmee Miville.  He married 235. Marie Francoise Pinard May 07, 1682 in Sorel, Stmaurice, Pq, Can.
 235.  Marie Francoise Pinard, born November 15, 1664 in Troisrivieres, Stmaurice, Pq, Can; died December 19, 1743 in St-Francois du lac, Yamaska, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 470. Louis Pinard and 471. Marie Madeleine Hertel.

Children of Martin Giguere and Marie Pinard are:
 117 i. Madeleine Giguere, born April 01, 1696 in Sorel, Richelieu, Quebec; died Deceased in Quebec, Canada; married Pierre Bergeron April 28, 1716 in St-Frc-Du-Lac, Yamaska, Quebec.
  ii. Antoine Giguere, born June 05, 1702 in St Francois, Du Lac, Sorel, Quebec, Can; died April 27, 1760 in St Francois, Du Lac, Sorel, Quebec, Can; married Francoise Jutras July 22, 1726 in St Francois, Du Lac, Sorel, Quebec, Can; died Deceased.
  iii. Francoise Giguere, born 1684 in Sorel, Monteregie, Quebec, Canada; died February 07, 1721/22.
  iv. Louis Giguere, born 1690; married Elizabeth Deguire; died Deceased.
  v. Marie Catherine Giguere, born 1693; died Deceased; married Charles Auger; born 1694 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
 

 236.  Leonard Paille, born 1639 in Pressac, Poitiers, Poitou, France; died January 06, 1728/29.  He was the son of 472. Andre-Paillart-Paille and 473. Catherine Geoffroy.  He married 237. Marie Louise Vachon.
 237.  Marie Louise Vachon, born 1662 in Beauport, Quebec, Pq, Can; died July 11, 1715 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 474. Paul Vachon and 475. Marguerite Langlois.

More About Leonard Paille:
Burial: Montreal, Ile-De-Montreal, Quebec

Children of Leonard Paille and Marie Vachon are:
 118 i. Charles Paille, born 1683 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada; died September 06, 1758; married Marie Francoise Lemaitre February 09, 1710/11.
  ii. Genevieve Paille, married Louis Chevrefils.
 

 238.  Charles LeMaitre Dit Auger, born April 15, 1666 in La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died Aft. 1735 in St. Jean Du, Perrot, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 476. Francois Le Picard Lemaitre and 477. Judith Rigaud.  He married 239. Madeleine Crevier October 11, 1689.
 239.  Madeleine Crevier, born 1670 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; died June 27, 1746 in Louiseville, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 478. Nicolas Dit Bellerive Crevier and 479. Louise Lecourte.

Children of Charles Auger and Madeleine Crevier are:
 119 i. Marie Francoise Lemaitre, born Abt. 1687; died Deceased; married Charles Paille February 09, 1710/11.
  ii. Jacques Lemaitre, born October 19, 1690.
  iii. Charles Lemaitre, born June 1694.
  iv. Etienne-Charles Lemaitre, born November 05, 1695.
  v. Catherine Lemaitre, born July 27, 1697; died Deceased; married Jacques-Francois Lefebvre 1719; born January 24, 1693/94 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  vi. Michel Lemaitre, born July 02, 1701.
  vii. Madeleine Lemaitre, born Abt. 1702; married Pierre LeFebvre; died Deceased.
  viii. Jean Baptiste Lemaitre, born May 15, 1704.
  ix. Francois Lemaitre, born September 04, 1705.
  x. Marie-Josephe Lemaitre, born January 07, 1706/07.
  xi. Marie-Josephe Lemaitre, born January 01, 1709/10.
  xii. Maire Anne Alexis Lemaitre, born July 27, 1712.
 

 240.  Rene Leblanc, born Abt. 1657 in Acadia, Canada; died January 1733/34 in St Charles, Mines, Acadia, Canada.  He was the son of 480. Daniel LeBlanc and 481. Marie Francoise Gaudet.  He married 241. Anne Bourgeois.
 241.  Anne Bourgeois, born Abt. 1661 in Acadia, Canada; died December 1747 in St Charles, Mines, Acadia, Canada.  She was the daughter of 482. Jacques Bourgeois and 483. Jeanne Trahan.

Child of Rene Leblanc and Anne Bourgeois is:
 120 i. Pierre LeBlanc, born Abt. 1685 in Acadia, Canada; married Jeanne Terriot October 26, 1711 in St Charles, Mines, Acadia, Canada.
 

 244.  Rene Richard, born 1657 in Acadia, Canada; died 1693 in Beaupre, Montmorency, Quebec.  He was the son of 488. Michael Sansoucy Dit Richard and 489. Madeleine Blanchard.  He married 245. Madeleine Landry Abt. 1680.
 245.  Madeleine Landry, born 1656 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died February 17, 1739/40 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada.  She was the daughter of 282. Rene Landry and 491. Perrine Bourg.

Children of Rene Richard and Madeleine Landry are:
 122 i. Rene Richard, born 1688 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died December 26, 1776 in Becancourt, Quebec, Canada; married Marguerite Terriot January 26, 1711/12 in St. Jean Baptiste, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.
  ii. Michel Richard, born 1681; died Deceased; married Markie Josepht Bourgeois; died Deceased.
  iii. Anne Richard, born 1682; married Jean Dupuis; born 1676 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died Deceased.
  iv. Antoine Richard, born 1684.
  v. Pierre Richard, born 1686; married Madeleine Girouard; born 1695 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died 1752 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada.
 

 246.  Claude Terriot, born 1637 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died September 1725 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada.  He was the son of 492. Jean Terriot and 493. Perrine Bourg.  He married 247. Marie Gautreaux.
 247.  Marie Gautreaux, born Abt. 1647 in Acadia, Canada; died November 29, 1732 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada.  She was the daughter of 494. Francois Gautreaux and 495. Edmee Lejeune.

Children of Claude Terriot and Marie Gautreaux are:
 123 i. Marguerite Terriot, born 1692 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died Deceased; married Rene Richard January 26, 1711/12 in St. Jean Baptiste, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.
  ii. Germain Terriot, born 1662 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died Deceased; married Anne Richard; born 1670.
  iii. Marie Terriot, born 1665; married Pierre LeBlanc; born 1664 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada.
  iv. Marquerite Terriot, born 1667; married Claude Landry; born 1662; died Deceased.
  v. Jean Terriot, born 1670; married Jeanne Landry; born 1676 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died Deceased.
  vi. Anne Terriot, born 1672; married Vincent Babin; born 1665.
  vii. Jeanne Terriot, born 1674; married Bernard Gaudet; born in Port Royal Acadia, Canada.
  viii. Claude Terriot, born 1678; married Agnes Aucoin; born 1682; died Deceased.
  ix. Marie Terriot, born 1679; married Antoine Belliveau; born in Port Royal Acadia, Canada.
  x. Madeleine Terriot, born 1681; married Francois Robichaud.
  xi. Pierre Terriot, born 1684.
  xii. Elizabeth Terriot, born 1685; married Antoine Blanchard; born Bet. 1706 - 1707 in Port Royal, Acadia; died Deceased.
  xiii. Joseph Terriot, born 1687; married Marguerite Melancon.
  xiv. Marie Josephe Terriot, born 1690.
 

Generation No. 9

 256.  Francois Belanger, born July 10, 1612 in St-Thomas de Touques, Pont-L'Eveque, Lisieux, Normandie, France; died Bet. 1685 - 1687 in L'Islet, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 512. Francois Belanger and 513. Francoise Horlays.  He married 257. Marie Guyon July 12, 1637 in Chapel of Notre Dame de Quebec in Ville de Quebec, Canada.
 257.  Marie Guyon, born March 18, 1623/24 in St Jean de Mortagne, Normandy, Perche, France; died August 29, 1696 in Cap-St-Ignace, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 514. Jean Guyon and 515. Mathurine Robin.

Notes for Francois Belanger:
Probably from St-Thomas de Touques, Pont-L'Eveque, Lisieux, Normandie, France based on his probable relationship to Nicolas Belanger dit Catherine who is from that place.

died between 10/25/1685 and 4/25/1687
Captain of the militia of Beaupre 1663-1677
Granted the Seigneurie of Bonsecours at L'Islet 7/1/1677

he came to Quebec in 1636 (1634?) MARRIED in 1637 and spelled his name Bellanger.

The expedition from France to the New France happened in 1634 when many families came over togethor to settle.  In 1627 the population of New France was about one hundred of which 10 were woman.

In 1634 recruiters were promising large farms to all who immigrated to New France. François probably signed a three year contract with Robert Giffard, Lord of the Beauport Seigneurie, in Mortagne. On 27 june 1636 François signs his marriage contract with Marie Guion, daughter of Jean Guyon and Mathurine Robin, who was 12 years of age at the time. Born in the parish of Saint-Jean of Mortagne, and the fourth child of ten, she made the crossing in 1634 or 1636. They married the following year on 12 July 1637 in the church of Our Lady of Recouvrance. François and Marie had twelve children and all except those born after 1658, the year a new church was built, were baptised at Québec.

In addition to being a mason by trade, François also cleared land and was a courageous colonist who, to assure the well being of himself and his family, transformed his land in Château-Richer and the one at Bonsecours into farm land. He cut, stumped and cleared land using the instruments available at the time which made every step gained a difficult task. All the time he was clearing land he had to be diligent of Iriquois and Agniers who came as foxes, attacked like lions and fled like birds. A firearm always at the ready, this chore of land clearing took our ancestor many years. This occupied his time at the Beauport Seigneurie from 1634 to 1637 for his farm, lot 58, and Château-Richer from 1640 during three years in association with his neighbor Masse Gravel.

This clearer of land also gave birth to institutions. Who was François as a public official? He quickly gained the confidence of his fellow citizens who named him, because of his administrative and management talents, agent (1653), merchant (1658-1662), executor for the goods of Oliver Le Taredif (1662), captain of the militia (1666), and even a land surveing consultant. From 1653, François Bellenger is more visible in public life. By his participation in these institutions and in the community, he helped the development of the country, Many generations imitated him in social as well as political arenas.

Our ancestor was equally suited to present his ideas and defend them, to the notaries of the day, and before the Sovereign Council, the supreme court of law in matters of justice. As a matter of fact, his numerous encounters with his neighbors and many encounters with other aspects of law resulted in his being a legendary character: François Bellenger was rarely without a good argument or reply. The years 1670 and 1674 are full of many such occurances. In 1670, he reconciled accounts with his associate and brother in law, Simon Guyon, before the Sovereign Council who ordered him to pay his brother in law.
His dealings with Masse Gravel on the subject of his land boundaries (1674) shows him as a staunch defender of his rights but respectful of authority. He was a determined man who followed his convictions to the end, no matter the results. As a punishment for his audacity, the Sovereign Council, in 1670, ordered him to apologize to Masse Gravel in another dispute which was settled by litigation. In addition, the high court ordered him to pay court costs and pay three livres (money of the day) to the hospital.
 

This picture of our ancestor would be incomplete unless we mentioned his social demeanor which is revealed by the godparents at baptisms and witnesses at weddings. This trait of his social being crosses all sectors of society including political, economic, religious, business and even includes Amerindian culture. On 18 september 1674, it is Sir Louis de Buade of Frontenac, Governor, who signs as witness on the marriage contract for his daughter Mathurine with Jean Maheu. Numerous others signed; Jacques de Chambly, notary and scribe Paul Vachon. The most affluencial merchant of the period, Charles Aubert de la Chesnaye, shows confidence in him and lends him monetary advances to embellish his home. His credit, as we would say today, was excellent.

We can't know our ancestor without questioning his fortune and his way of life. The census of 1666, 1667 and 1681 record his goods and show him as a very financially secure person, given the criteria of the day. In 1666 he pays his daughter Mathurine's tuition at the Ursulines of Québec, and he hires two domestic servants. In 1667, he owns 13 bovines and land equal in value to 50 acres. In 1681, at the establishment of his Seigneurie at Bonsecours given to him in 1667, the census lists three servants, five guns, three cows, and four acres of land value. To evaluate his fortune, we must also consider his accounts payable and receivable in money or goods. Such an accounting must also consider the doweries of his six girls. This accounting would require a more detailed report. Would we say that, after 53 years of hard labor on North American soil, he had attained his dream of being rich in 1634? Was it worth the pain of immigration? We must say, Yes.

In the end, the answer to the question asked at the start about who is François Bellenger, is answered by Frontenac and Duchesneau, Governor and Overseer of the Colony respectively, who, to repay him at the age of 64, convey to François the Seigneurie of Bonsecours. A simple mason at his arrival in 1634, he becomes a successful Seigneur in July 1677. So, the dream of 1660 where he signed, "Lord in part of the coast of Beaupré" was realised. The gesture and confidence of the King of France, through his intermediaries and representatives, was eloquent. All could see, by these gifts and confidences, that his value in money and possessions for him and his descendants was a confirmation of his worth as a result of his social and political qualities.
While others obtained land grants by buying them, François got his by merit. His title is not one which is unique but represents an accomplishment much greater than could have been imagined at the start. The honor was better realised by his son Louis and spouse Catherine Le François. François and Marie Guion retire with their son Jacques in 1685. François died between this date of retirement and the winter of 1687, the year when Marie Guion ratified again their will. She was buried the first of September 1696 at Cap St-Ignace at the age of 78, as recorded by her burial record.
 

In conclusion, a last question: What is the heritage of François and Marie Guion? What picture do the children and grandchildren portray? 314 years after his death (1687-2001), what picture do we paint of this pioneer? François left behind a respectful heritage and family name. Knowing this man allows us to envision his life, toil and accomplishments during his lifetime. It behooves us, now, to look into more details of these qualities.

Francois arrived in Canada in the spring of 1634, after a long 2 month voyage landing at the tiny hamlet
that the colony of Quebec was at the time.  There were 35 people in that party that departed France, incl.
Robert Giffard, Jean Guyon, Zacharie Cloutier and himself from the small community of Perche, France.
On July 27, 1636 Francois Belanger put his signature on the 1st marriage contract to be drawn up in Canada.  It was drawn up by Jean Guyon, notary royal of Canada for Robert Drouin & Anne Cloutier and is the oldest marriage contract preserved in the original in Canada. Francois Belanger & Marie Guyon were married on July 12, 1637 in a ceremony along with Robert Drouin & Anne Cloutier.  This would be the first double marriage ceremony celebrated in Canada, as well as the first signed contract of marriage.  Others had not been signed by the participants, as most could not write.  Francois countersigned this contract as a witness & friend of Robert Drouin.

Where Francois originated from in France is not exactly known, but a baptismal record was found in the parish register of St. Pierre de Sayez, Orne, France and reads as follows :  "On October 7, 1612, was baptised Francois Belanger, son of Francois Belanger and Francoise Horlays.  He was named by the Hon. Francois Dumesnil, lord notrary, Lord of St. Teny.  Present were the Hon. Nicolas Bougis, Lord of Fosses, and controler and Lady Loyse Gurou, wife of the noble Guillaume Lepaulnier, notary, Lord of the Chapel."  There is nothing to verify that this is the baptismal record of Francois Belanger that came to Canada.

Francois was not long in Canada when he met & courted Marie Guyon, daughter of Jean Guyon & Mathurine Robin.  They had 12 children, of which 10 had children of their own.  Francois was Captain de Milice de Beaupre, 1663-1677 and later Seigneur de Bonsecours(a L'Islet).  In 1677 Francois accepted a concession of land & a position as Seigneur de Bonsecours, which would later become L'Islet. The Company of New France granted Francois with a "Seigneury" consisting of 1000 arpents of land (equal to 1250 acres) which was later passed down to his son Charles Belanger.  While there is much history written about this property, we know that Francois & Marie would give up their farm & buildings at L'Ange-
Gardien to their son Charles as their new grant was located on the south side of the river.  It should be
noted here that the property at L'Ange-Gardien is still owned by a descendant of Charles Belanger.  The
property at Bonsecours, now L'Islet would eventually come under the hand of Louis Belanger, he would
be the first Seigneur of L'Islet.  As the result of the split up of land among his brothers & sisters, he was also a part owner of the Seigneurie of Bonsecours, which belonged to his father Francois.  It is not hard to find documentation on Louis as he is responsible for the deeding of land where the church of Notre Dame de Bonsecours now stands, as well as the property for the cemetery across the street from the
Church.  This farm as well, is still in the posession of a direct descendant of Louis Belanger who married
Marguerite Lefrancois.

A stained glass window in the Cathedral in Tourouvre, France is dedicated to that departure in March of
1634, as well as supportive documents & historical evidence, that can be found in the Museum in Tourouvre honouring the immigrants from the Perche district of France who pioneered Canada.
(taken from the book "Champlain" Univ. of Toronto Press, by NE Dionne).
 
 
 

More About Francois Belanger:
Military service: Bet. 1663 - 1677, Captain of the militia of Beaupre

Notes for Marie Guyon:
L'Abbe C. Tanguay lists Marie Guyon as being christened in 1618 and buried on Sept. 1, 1696 at Cap St. Ignace.  This would make her 16 when she landed in New France and 19 when she married.l

Children of Francois Belanger and Marie Guyon are:
 128 i. Charles Belanger, born August 19, 1640 in Quebec, Canada; died December 14, 1692 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec Canada; married Barbe Delphine Cloutier November 25, 1663 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada.
  ii. Nicolas Belanger, born 1638 in Quebec, Canada; died October 20, 1682 in Quebec, Canada; married Marie De Rainville January 11, 1659/60 in Quebec, Canada; born 1644 in Quebec, Canada; died November 07, 1711 in Quebec, Canada.

Notes for Nicolas Belanger:
Nicolas BELLANGER (1632-1682), another native of Touques, (without known relations with the former) came to Beauport in 1655. He is only 19 years old. His occupation is that of cod fisherman. He married, on the 11th of july 1660, Marie De Rainville. They got 12 children and it became the biggest Norman family in Canada. To day the house of Nicolas Bellanger, in the historical site, is still visible
 

  iii. Marie Madeleine Belanger, born February 15, 1642/43 in Quebec, Canada; died Bef. January 21, 1670/71 in L'AngeGardien, Quebec, Canada; married Bertrand Chenay August 07, 1656 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; born Bet. 1611 - 1642; died January 16, 1682/83 in Quebec, Canada.
  iv. Marquerite Belanger, born November 23, 1645 in Quebec, Canada; died January 1702/03 in Quebec, Canada; married Antoine Berson November 19, 1663 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada; born Bet. 1618 - 1645; died Bef. April 04, 1665 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.
  v. Jean Francois Belanger, born February 15, 1647/48 in Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1684 - 1739; married Marie Cloutier November 14, 1679 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada; born February 16, 1654/55; died April 22, 1713.

Notes for Jean Francois Belanger:
Jean Francois was Seigneur de Bonsecours. He and his brothers Louis and Jacques were all established on the land grant of Bonsecours aqt L'Islet.
 

  vi. Charlotte-Francoise Belanger, born June 25, 1650 in Quebec, Canada; married Jean Langlois October 19, 1665 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada; born February 24, 1640/41 in Quebec, Canada; died August 07, 1688 in St Joachim, Quebec, Canada.

Notes for Charlotte-Francoise Belanger:
SHE MARRIED   a ships captain, Jean Langlois dit Boisverdun.  They settled in Beauport then to IIe D'Orleans.

  vii. Mathurine Belanger, born June 11, 1652 in Quebec, Canada; died January 18, 1697/98 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada; married (1) Jean Maheu September 18, 1673; born Bet. 1627 - 1654; died Bef. September 30, 1674; married (2) Antoine Desorde De Serre October 02, 1674; born Bet. 1628 - 1654; died Bet. 1679 - 1741; married (3) Francois Gregoire April 26, 1688 in Neuville, Quebec; born Bet. 1636 - 1668; died Bet. 1693 - 1752.
  viii. Louis Belanger, born December 18, 1654 in Quebec, Canada; died October 01, 1724 in I'lslet, Quebec, Canada; married Marguerite LeFrancois November 03, 1682 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada; born February 02, 1664/65 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died October 29, 1735 in I'lslet, Quebec, Canada.

Notes for Louis Belanger:
Genealogy of French Families of then Detroit region says Louis was the first Seigneur of L'Islet

  ix. Louise Belanger, born Abt. 1657 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died July 1726 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married Jean Cloutier November 14, 1679; born February 20, 1651/52 in Quebec, Canada; died December 04, 1709 in Quebec, Canada.

More About Louise Belanger:
Burial: July 05, 1726

More About Jean Cloutier:
Burial: December 05, 1709, Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada

  x. Genevieve Belanger, born Abt. 1659; died Bet. 1688 - 1753; married Guillaume Ferte November 23, 1682 in Cap St Ignace, Quebec, Canada; born Bet. 1636 - 1662; died Bet. 1687 - 1749.
  xi. Guillaume Belanger, born March 31, 1661 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Aft. April 04, 1661 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.
  xii. Jacques Belanger, born July 24, 1662 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died August 1699 in I'lslet, Quebec, Canada; married Elisabeth Thibault November 22, 1691 in Cap St Ignace, Quebec, Canada; born Bet. 1653 - 1674; died Bet. 1696 - 1763.

More About Jacques Belanger:
Burial: August 17, 1699, I'lslet, Quebec, Canada

  xiii. Anne Belanger, born July 26, 1664 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died August 1665 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.

More About Anne Belanger:
Burial: August 24, 1665, Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada
 

 258.  Zacherie Cloutier, born August 16, 1617 in St-Jean de Mortagne, Sees, Perche, France; died February 03, 1707/08 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 516. Zacharie Cloutier and 517. Sainte Dupont.  He married 259. Madelein-Barbe Emard April 04, 1648 in St-Barthelemi, La Rochelle, Aunis, France.
 259.  Madelein-Barbe Emard, born August 01, 1626 in St-Andre de Niort, Poitiers; died May 28, 1708 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 518. Jean Emard and 519. Marie Bineau.

Notes for Zacherie Cloutier:
Born at Mortagne in 1617, Zacharie II travelled with his family and worked with his father in the building of the Giffard manor and a number of churches. Upon receiving the 'fief' he helped his father clear the land. He returned to France and there married Magdalene Esmard. Meanwhile Le Tardif Zacharie's friend had obtained a part of the Seigneury of Beaupre. He pursuaded Zacharie and two of Zacharie's brothers to help him develop this land where the village of Chateau Richer stands today, and where a number of Cloutier families live to this day.

Children of Zacherie Cloutier and Madelein-Barbe Emard are:
  i. Rene Cloutier, born February 19, 1650/51 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1711 - 1713 in L'Islet, Quebec, Canada; married Marie Elizabeth Leblanc November 13, 1672 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada; born Bet. 1635 - 1659; died Bet. 1678 - 1747.
  ii. Sainte Cloutier, born January 20, 1651/52 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased in 1672; married Nicolas Goulet 1672; died Deceased.
  iii. Genevieve Cloutier, born January 22, 1654/55 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1680 - 1749; married Joseph Guyon 1674; born Bet. 1629 - 1655; died Bet. 1679 - 1743.
  iv. Marie-Madeleine Cloutier, born May 15, 1657 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1682 - 1749; married Pierre Gravel 1676; born Bet. 1631 - 1657; died Bet. 1681 - 1745.
  v. Marie Cloutier, born 1659; died Deceased; married Jean Gravel 1684; died Deceased.
  vi. Charles Cloutier, born November 11, 1662 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Anne Thibault 1685; died Deceased.
  vii. Pierre Cloutier, born April 05, 1666 in Chateau Richer, Montmorency I, Quebec, canada; died Bet. 1693 - 1757; married Charlotte Guyon 1687; born Bet. 1650 - 1674; died Bet. 1693 - 1762.
 129 viii. Barbe Delphine Cloutier, born January 11, 1649/50 in Beauport, Quebec, Quebec; died April 24, 1711 in Chateau Richer, Montmorency, Quebec; married (1) Charles Belanger November 25, 1663 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada; married (2) Noel Gagnon January 12, 1704/05 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada.
 

 260.  Pierre Gagnon, born February 14, 1611/12 in Ste-Madeleine de La Ventrouze, Tourouvre, Mortagne, Perce, France; died April 17, 1699 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 520. Pierre Gagnon and 521. Renee Roger.  He married 261. Vincente Desvarieux September 14, 1642 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
 261.  Vincente Desvarieux, born Bet. 1619 - 1624 in St-Vincent d'Aubermail, Caux, Le Havre, Rouen, Normandie, France; died January 02, 1694/95 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 522. Jean Desvarieu and 523. Marie Chevalier.

Notes for Pierre Gagnon:

Pierre owned farm number 72 in Chateau Richer with 6 arpents of frontage in 1640 to 1647.  He married Vincente Devarieux who was 18 years old at the time of the marriage on 14 February 1642.  Vincente was from Normandy.  Like his brother Jean, Pierre had ten children.

Facts about this person:

Christening 1616
 

Burial April 17, 1699
Chateau Richer, Montmorency, Que
 
 

Children of Pierre Gagnon and Vincente Desvarieux are:
 130 i. Pierre Gagnon, born Abt. 1646; died August 10, 1687 in Beauport Quebec; married Barbe Fortin 1669 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada.
  ii. Jean Gagnon, born May 03, 1643 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Marguerite Racine November 06, 1667; born in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  iii. Anne Gagnon, born June 25, 1643 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bef. 1666.
  iv. Jeanne Gagnon, born August 03, 1648 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died September 06, 1648 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
  v. Pierre-Paul Gagnon, born September 05, 1649 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died April 06, 1711 in Beaupre, Quebec, Canada.
  vi. Joseph Gagnon, born December 27, 1651 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1678 - 1681.
  vii. Rene Gagnon, born September 18, 1653 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died October 07, 1653 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
  viii. Marie-Madeleine Gagnon, born February 10, 1654/55 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died March 22, 1676/77 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
  ix. Raphael Gagnon, born April 04, 1658 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1667 - 1681 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.
  x. Noel Gagnon, born February 09, 1659/60 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Genevieve Fortin 1683; born April 08, 1662 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
 

 262.  Julien Fortin, born February 09, 1620/21 in Notre-Dame de Vair, Mamers, Le Mans, Maine, France; died August 10, 1692 in Hotel-Dieu, Quebec, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 524. Julien Fortin and 525. Marie Lavye.  He married 263. Genevieve Gamache November 11, 1652 in Quebec, Canada.
 263.  Genevieve Gamache, born Abt. 1636 in St-Illiers-la-Ville, Mantes-la-Jolie, Chartres, France; died November 05, 1709 in L'Islet, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 526. Nicolas Dit Lamarre Gamache and 527. Jacqueline Cadot.

Children of Julien Fortin and Genevieve Gamache are:
 131 i. Barbe Fortin, born October 21, 1654 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married (1) Pierre Gagnon 1669 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada; married (2) Pierre Lessard 1690.
  ii. Charles Fortin, born Abt. 1656; died Deceased; married Sainte Cloutier November 11, 1681 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada; died Deceased.
  iii. Eustache Fortin, born Abt. 1658; died January 23, 1734/35; married Louise Cloutier May 25, 1693 in Cap St Ignace; born Abt. 1676 in Chateau Richer, Montmorency I, Quebec, canada; died Bet. 1718 - 1771.
  iv. Jacques Fortin, born January 12, 1659/60 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died February 1729/30 in Petite-Riviere-St-Francois-Xavier, Quebec, Canada; married Catherine Biville June 11, 1689 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; born March 14, 1673/74 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died October 03, 1746 in Petite-Riviere-St-Francois-Xavier, Quebec, Canada.
  v. Joseph Fortin, born May 15, 1664 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Agnes Cloutier 1691; died Deceased.
  vi. Marie-Anne Fortin, born March 01, 1665/66 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died December 28, 1702 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Jean Picard 1683 in Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; born Abt. 1635 in Normandie, France; died Abt. 1700.
  vii. Julien Fortin, born April 17, 1667 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died November 21, 1687 in St-Joachim, Quebec, Canada.
  viii. Pierre Fortin, born May 21, 1669 in Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Marie-Gertrude Hudon 1697; died Deceased.
  ix. Louis Fortin, born March 07, 1670/71 in Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; died December 08, 1687 in St-Joachim, Quebec, Canada.
  x. Jean Fortin, born 1674 in Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; died Aft. 1681.
  xi. Marguerite Fortin, born May 28, 1677 in Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  xii. Genevieve Fortin, born April 08, 1662 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Noel Gagnon 1683; born February 09, 1659/60 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
 

 264.  Guillaume Simon, died Deceased.  He married 265. Sebastienne Doublez Bef. 1626 in France.
 265.  Sebastienne Doublez, born 1606 in Taverny, Val-'Doise, France; died Deceased.

Child of Guillaume Simon and Sebastienne Doublez is:
 132 i. Hubert Simon, born Abt. 1632 in Pontoise, Paris, France; died November 18, 1704 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Marie Vie November 27, 1659 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
 

 266.  Robert Vie, born Abt. 1610 in St-Germain-En-La, Archev Paris, France; died Deceased.  He married 267. Sainte Paulin Bet. 1604 - 1655.
 267.  Sainte Paulin, born Bet. 1585 - 1621; died Bet. 1619 - 1679.

Notes for Robert Vie:
Sieur de la Mothe, first sargeant of a company in a regiment of guards
 

Children of Robert Vie and Sainte Paulin are:
 133 i. Marie Vie, born Abt. 1642 in St-Nicolas-des-Champs, Paris, France; died May 25, 1682 in Hotel-Dieu, Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Hubert Simon November 27, 1659 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Marie-Sainte Vie, died Deceased; married Jean Poitras.
 

 268.  Robert Drouin, born 1590 in St Barthelemi, Mortagne, Perche, France; died Deceased in France.  He married 269. Marie Debois.
 269.  Marie Debois, born 1591 in Perche of Pin, Seine, Paris, France; died Deceased in France.

Child of Robert Drouin and Marie Debois is:
 134 i. Robert Drouin, born August 06, 1607 in St-Barthelemi du Pin-la-Garenne, Mortagne, Sees, Perche, France; died June 01, 1685 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married (1) Anne Cloutier July 12, 1637 in Quebec, Canada; married (2) Marie Chapelier November 29, 1649 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
 

 270.  Jean Chapelier, born Bef. 1607 in Melum, Brie, Marne, France; died Deceased in France.  He married 271. Marguerite Dodier.
 271.  Marguerite Dodier, born Bef. 1611 in Melum, Brie, Marne, France; died Deceased in France.

Child of Jean Chapelier and Marguerite Dodier is:
 135 i. Marie Chapelier, born Abt. 1624 in St-Etienne de Brie-Comte-Robert, Melun, Brie, France; died March 18, 1696/97 in Hotel-Dieu, Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married (1) Pierre Petit; married (2) Robert Drouin November 29, 1649 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
 

 274.  Nicolas Barillot, born Abt. 1646 in France; died Aft. 1706 in Pisiquit, Acadia, Quebec, Canada.  He married 275. Martine Hebert 1682.
 275.  Martine Hebert, born Abt. 1665 in Acadia, Canada; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 550. Etienne Hebert and 551. Marie Gaudet.

Child of Nicolas Barillot and Martine Hebert is:
 137 i. Francoise Barriault, born Bef. 1699 in Pisiquit, Acadia, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Alexandre Laure.
 

 278.  Martin Aucoin, born Abt. 1595 in St Barthelemy, La Rochelle, France; died Aft. 1650 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada.  He married 279. Marie Sale January 20, 1630/31.
 279.  Marie Sale, born 1600 in Mortagbe-Au-P, Oren, France; died Aft. 1686 in Canada.  She was the daughter of 558. Jean Denys Sale and 559. Francoise Arnaud.

Notes for Marie Sale:
Marie married Jean Claude Landry about 1617 in Laventrouze, Mortagne, Perche, France 48. (Jean Claude Landry was born in 1593 in Laventrouze, Mortagne, Perche, France 48 and died before 1631 8.)

Marie also married Martin Aucoin on 20 Jan 1631 in Aunis, France 48. (Martin Aucoin was born in 1595 in St Barthelemy, La Rochelle, France 48 and died after 1650 in Port Royal, Acadia 8.)
 

Child of Martin Aucoin and Marie Sale is:
 139 i. Jeanne Aucoin, born 1631 in France; died April 18, 1718 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; married Francois Dit La Varenne Girouard 1647 in Acadia, Canada.
 

 280.  Pierre Doucet, born 1621 in France; died June 01, 1713 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.  He was the son of 560. Germain Doucet Dit La Verdure and 561. Marie Bourgeois.

Notes for Pierre Doucet:
Pierre Doucet was brought to Fort Royal by his father in 1632.  He married an Indian girl in 1640, and had one son Germain born in 1641.  Acadia had fallen under English Rule and they fled to Quebec in 1655, where it is presumed she died.  Pierre and his sone Germain returned to Port Royal in 1660, where he married for a second time to Henriette Peltret, a 20 year old girl.  In the 1671 census of Acadia, he is registered as a stone mason with five children, seven horned cattle, six sheep, and four arpents of cultivated land.  In 1686 census, he is registered as having nine children, eight horned cattle, twelve sheep, six pigs, five arpents of cultivated land, and two guns.  In the 1698 census he is registered as a widower, age 80.  He had 12 cows, 8 oxen or bull, 5 pigs, 16 arpents of cultivated land, 40 fruit trees, and 1 gun.   He and Henriette had a total of  eleven  children.  He died at Port Royal on June 1, 1713 at the age of 92.
The above information was put together by Wilfred Doucette, Ottawa, Canada, and obtained from Robert Doucette, P.O. Box 386, E. Falmouth, Mass. 02536 in 1995.
 
 

Child of Pierre Doucet is:
 140 i. Germain Doucet, born 1641 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; died Aft. 1685 in Acadia, Canada; married (1) Marie Landry; married (2) Marie Landry Abt. 1664 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; married (3) Marguerite Landry 1664.
 

 282.  Rene Landry, born 1618 in La Chausse, Loudun, Vienne, France; died 1686 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.  He was the son of 564. Jean Claude L'Andry and 279. Marie Sale.  He married 283. Perrine Bourg Abt. 1640 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.
 283.  Perrine Bourg, born 1622 in Loudun, Vienne, France; died 1686 in Acadia, Canada.  She was the daughter of 566. Unknown Bourge and 567. Unknown.

Notes for Rene Landry:
Rene Landry, born in 1618 and native of La Chaussee, Loudun area west of Central France, arrived in Acadia ca 1640. He married Perrine Bourg in 1645, daughter of Antoine Bourg. They had five (5) children;

Per the 1671 Census they had 10 cattle and 6 sheep.
 

Notes for Perrine Bourg:
Simon Peltret married Perrine Bourg (various spelling exist of their names) probably at Port-Royal in about 1640. Their parents remain unknown. Simon arrived at Port-Royal, Acadia, on the ship Saint-Jehan in 1636. Little is known of them.

We do know that they were granted a lot right next to the walls of the fort at Port-Royal. This lot was expropriated from their heirs in 1705 in order to expand the fort. Simon was dead within a few years of his arrival in Acadia. Simon may have been a casualty of the Acadian Civil War. His death, about 1644 or 1645, certainly raises the possibility that he was among the slain.

In 1645 Perrine Bourg remarried to Rene Landry dit L'Aine. She had at least five children by her second marriage. Perrine was born in France about 1626. She was probably about 14 or 15 when she married. At this time, in Acadia, there also was a settler named Antoine Bourg. He is the ancestor of thousands of people named Bourque, Bourgue, Bourke, etc. Perrine is probably either a daughter or sister of Antoine Bourg, but no documentation has been found to prove which. It is possible, but not probable, that she is unrelated to Antoine Bourg. Perrine is listed as 45 on the 1671 census. She is erroneously listed as 74 on the 1686 census and her age is given as 67 on the 1693 census. She was a widow again by 1678 when Rene Landry dit L'Aine died. In 1693 she is listed as living in the house of her son Claude Landry. She is not mentioned again and probably was dead by the 1701 census.
 
 

Children of Rene Landry and Perrine Bourg are:
 141 i. Marguerite Landry, born 1647 in Acadia, Canada; died Abt. 1700 in Acadia, Canada; married Germain Doucet 1664.
  ii. Marie Landry, born 1649 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Bet. 1687 - 1743; married Germain Doucet Abt. 1664 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; born 1641 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; died Aft. 1685 in Acadia, Canada.

Notes for Germain Doucet:
Germain Doucet was half Indian. He was born at Port Royal in 1641 and was brought by his father to Quebec in 1655 where he lived until he was nineteen years old.  He returned to Port Royal in 1660 and was married in 1664 to Marguerite Landry.   He is listed in the Acadian census of 1671, 1686 & 1693.  There is a separate descent of marriage going back to Indian.  It can be found in Nova Scotia at Chapel Island Indian reservation.  Noel Doucet , former president of the union of Nova Scotia Indians claims such a descent.  Chapel Island is North near Cape Breton.  In 1671 Germain  is registered as a labourer (meaning farmer) at age 30, with his wife, age 24, three children, Charles 6, Bernard 4, Laurent 3, eleven horned cattle, seven sheep, three arpents of cultivated land.  The census of 1693 shows Germain Doucet, age 50, wife Marie Landry, age 44, three  children, Jacques 22, Claude 18, Pierre 8,  eight  horned cattle , 12 bull or oxen, 10 pigs, 18 aprents of cultivated land.  In the census of 1699, his family is listed as Marie Landry, widow of Germain Doucet, Pierre 15, Marie 4, Jean 2, eight cows,  12 oxen or bulls, 20 aprents of cultivated land.
The above information was obtained from Robert Doucette, P.O. Box 386, E. Falmouth, Mass. 02536 in 1995.

Marguerite and Marie Landry were sisters.  Per Bona Arsenault, Vol. 1, pgs. 385 & 386.  Children's info per Bona Arsenault, Vol. 1.
 
 
 

  iii. Pierre Landry, born Abt. 1658.
  iv. Claude Landry, born Abt. 1662.
 

Children of Rene Landry and Perrine Bourg are:
 245 i. Madeleine Landry, born 1656 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died February 17, 1739/40 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; married (1) Pierre Dupuis; married (2) Rene Richard Abt. 1680.
  ii. Marie Landry, born 1646; married Laurent Granger.
  iii. Marie Landry, born 1648; married (1) Germain Doucet; born 1641 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; died Aft. 1685 in Acadia, Canada; married (2) Etienne Comeau; born 1650 in Port Royal, Acadia.

Notes for Germain Doucet:
Germain Doucet was half Indian. He was born at Port Royal in 1641 and was brought by his father to Quebec in 1655 where he lived until he was nineteen years old.  He returned to Port Royal in 1660 and was married in 1664 to Marguerite Landry.   He is listed in the Acadian census of 1671, 1686 & 1693.  There is a separate descent of marriage going back to Indian.  It can be found in Nova Scotia at Chapel Island Indian reservation.  Noel Doucet , former president of the union of Nova Scotia Indians claims such a descent.  Chapel Island is North near Cape Breton.  In 1671 Germain  is registered as a labourer (meaning farmer) at age 30, with his wife, age 24, three children, Charles 6, Bernard 4, Laurent 3, eleven horned cattle, seven sheep, three arpents of cultivated land.  The census of 1693 shows Germain Doucet, age 50, wife Marie Landry, age 44, three  children, Jacques 22, Claude 18, Pierre 8,  eight  horned cattle , 12 bull or oxen, 10 pigs, 18 aprents of cultivated land.  In the census of 1699, his family is listed as Marie Landry, widow of Germain Doucet, Pierre 15, Marie 4, Jean 2, eight cows,  12 oxen or bulls, 20 aprents of cultivated land.
The above information was obtained from Robert Doucette, P.O. Box 386, E. Falmouth, Mass. 02536 in 1995.

Marguerite and Marie Landry were sisters.  Per Bona Arsenault, Vol. 1, pgs. 385 & 386.  Children's info per Bona Arsenault, Vol. 1.
 
 
 

  iv. Pierre Landry, born 1658; married Madeleine Robichaud; born 1665 in Port Royal, Acadia.

 286.  Francois Savoie, born 1621 in Martaize, Loudun, Vienne, France; died 1678 in Belle-Isle, Acadia, Canada.  He married 287. Catherine Lejeune.
 287.  Catherine Lejeune, born May 1633 in France; died Bef. 1678 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.  She was the daughter of 574. Pierre Lejeune.

Child of Francois Savoie and Catherine Lejeune is:
 143 i. Jeanne Savoie, born 1658 in Acadia, Canada; died Deceased; married Etienne Pellerin 1675 in Acadia, Canada.
 

 288.  Jean Jouineau, born 1598 in La Rochelle, Poitou, France; died June 24, 1672 in St Augustin, Portneuf, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 576. Clement Jouineau and 577. Catherine Vergneau.  He married 289. Marie Billaud 1628 in La Rochelle, Charente-Martim, Aunis, France.
 289.  Marie Billaud, born Abt. 1605; died Bef. 1654 in Norte Dame, Quebec, Canada.

Children of Jean Jouineau and Marie Billaud are:
 144 i. Pierre Jouineau, born December 30, 1632 in Angoulins, La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died August 09, 1690 in Hotel-Dieu, Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Anne Rousseau August 30, 1654 in Cap-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Andre Jouineau, born Bet. 1620 - 1646.
  iii. Pierre Jouineau, born Bet. 1620 - 1641 in La Rochelle, Poitou, France; died May 29, 1655 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Madeleine Du Val August 30, 1654 in Quebec, Canada; born Abt. 1636; died Bet. 1678 - 1731.

Notes for Pierre Jouineau:
It is said that Pierre was killed by a Mohawk Indian, another source says by an Iroquois in May 1655 "Dictionary of Genealogies of families of Quebec. by Rene' Jette'
 

 292.  Jean Blanchon, born 1607 in St Amable, Aubergne, France; died Deceased.  He married 293. Anne-Antoinette Rochon Abt. 1630 in St Amable, Aubergne, France.
 293.  Anne-Antoinette Rochon, born 1612 in St Amable, Aubergne, France; died Deceased.

Child of Jean Blanchon and Anne-Antoinette Rochon is:
 146 i. Etienne Blanchon, born Abt. 1640 in St-Amable, Riom, Clermont, Auvergne, France; died May 21, 1712 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Anne Videau June 30, 1676 in Quebec, Canada.
 

 294.  Jacques Videau, born 1615 in St Godin, D'marenne, France; died Deceased.  He married 295. Marie Chauvelette Abt. 1638.
 295.  Marie Chauvelette, born 1615 in St Godin, D'marenne, France; died Deceased.

Child of Jacques Videau and Marie Chauvelette is:
 147 i. Anne Videau, born Abt. 1642 in St-Sorlin de Marennes, Rochefort, Saintes, Saintonge, France; died Aft. April 21, 1703 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Etienne Blanchon June 30, 1676 in Quebec, Canada.
 

 298.  Michel Moreau, born Bef. 1609 in France; died Deceased.

Child of Michel Moreau is:
 149 i. Perrine Moreau, born Abt. 1635 in France; died September 15, 1709 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; married Francois Baribeau 1659.
 

 300.  Jacques Cosset  He married 301. Renee Mascouin.
 301.  Renee Mascouin

Child of Jacques Cosset and Renee Mascouin is:
 150 i. Jean Cosset, born Bet. 1642 - 1645 in Sthilaire, Fontenay, Poitou, France; died November 13, 1687 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada; married Marguerite Eloy February 12, 1667/68.
 

 302.  Jean Eloy  He married 303. Marguerite Falaize.
 303.  Marguerite Falaize

Child of Jean Eloy and Marguerite Falaize is:
 151 i. Marguerite Eloy, born Abt. 1651 in St-Jacques, Dieppe, Rouen, Normandie, France; died March 30, 1728 in Ste-Genevieve Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; married Jean Cosset February 12, 1667/68.
 

 304.  Napolean Lefebvre, died Deceased.

Child of Napolean Lefebvre is:
 152 i. Nicolas Lefebvre, died Deceased; married Marie Josse.
 

 308.  Charles Duclos, born in Monerque, Normandy, France; died Deceased.  He married 309. Madeleine Boutart.
 309.  Madeleine Boutart, born in Manerbe, Normandy, France; died Deceased.

Child of Charles Duclos and Madeleine Boutart is:
 154 i. Francois Duclos, born March 12, 1626/27 in Manerbe, Lisieux, Normandie, France; died December 03, 1711 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; met Jeanne Cerisier.
 

 310.  Jacques Cerisier, born in Amboise, Tours, Touraine, France; died Deceased.  He married 311. Marie De Lalande.
 311.  Marie De Lalande, born in France; died Deceased.

Child of Jacques Cerisier and Marie De Lalande is:
 155 i. Jeanne Cerisier, born Abt. 1640 in Amboise, Tours, Touraine, France; died September 12, 1709 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada; met Francois Duclos.
 

 312.  Louis Dubois, born Bet. 1586 - 1616; died Bet. 1642 - 1701.  He was the son of 624. Andre Dubois and 625. Esther Unknown.  He married 313. Jeanne Naudin January 21, 1635/36 in Cisse,  France.
 313.  Jeanne Naudin, born Bet. 1596 - 1620; died Bet. 1642 - 1708.  She was the daughter of 626. Mauthurin Naudin and 627. Louise Goda.

Child of Louis Dubois and Jeanne Naudin is:
 156 i. Rene Dubois, born March 27, 1639 in Cisse, France; died April 1700 in St Francois-du-lac, Quebec, Canada; married Anne-Julienne Dumont November 25, 1665 in Quebec, Canada.
 

 314.  Samuel Dumont, born Bet. 1595 - 1624; died Bet. 1649 - 1709.  He married 315. Marie-Anne D'Anglure.
 315.  Marie-Anne D'Anglure, born Bet. 1604 - 1627; died Bet. 1649 - 1715.

Child of Samuel Dumont and Marie-Anne D'Anglure is:
 157 i. Anne-Julienne Dumont, born Abt. 1646; died Bef. August 03, 1704 in St Francois-du-lac, Quebec, Canada; married Rene Dubois November 25, 1665 in Quebec, Canada.
 

 318.  George Smith, born Abt. 1595 in England; died 1661 in Ipswich, Mass...  He was the son of 636. Thomas Smith.  He married 319. Temperance Unknown Abt. 1620 in England.
 319.  Temperance Unknown, born Abt. 1600 in England; died Deceased.

Notes for George Smith:
first mention in Durham on 20 march 1641 as apprasier,appointed court recorder in 1646
History of Durham p 330 children named in will with unnamed wife death may be
1661
 

Children of George Smith and Temperance Unknown are:
 159 i. Rebecca Smith, born Abt. 1645 in Oyster River, Durham, New Hampshire; died July 16, 1694 in Oyster River, Durham, New Hampshire; married Charles Adams.
  ii. James Smith, died Deceased; married Sarah Davis; died Deceased.
  iii. John Smith, died Deceased; married Elizabeth Bickford; born in Oyster River, Durham, New Hampshire; died Deceased.
  iv. Thomas Smith, born Abt. 1624.
  v. Sara Smith, born Abt. 1628.
  vi. Newman Smith, born Abt. 1630.
  vii. Elizabeth Smith, born Abt. 1634.
  viii. Joanna Smith, born Abt. 1636.
 

 328.  Nicolas Pelletier, born Abt. 1590 in St-Pierre-deGallardon, Chartres, France; died September 09, 1674 in Sillery, Quebec, Canada.  He married 329. Jeanne De Voissy Roussy 1636 in France.
 329.  Jeanne De Voissy Roussy, born Abt. 1614 in St-Pierre-deGallardon, Chartres, France; died December 12, 1689 in Sorel, Richelieu, Quebec.

Notes for Nicolas Pelletier:
Nicolas Pelletier, his wife Jeanne de Voissy or du Roussy, age 22, his two sons, Jean, age 3 and Francois age 1 arrived at Quebec on the 11th of June 1636 aboard a vessel carrying 45 people. The captain of that vessel was Savinien Courpon de la Tour...who would become the Admiral of the Fleet the following year. Some names of the other passengers were: Charles Huot de Montmagny, Champlain's successor, Achille Brehant dit Deslisle, 7 Jesuits and numerous other Frenchmen and their families. Our ancestors were amongst the first white settlers in New France (Quebec today). In the 1642 census, there were less than 200 people and 6 of them were Nicolas Pelletier, his wife and 4 children. We can truly say that our family is one of the pioneer families of Canada.

Nicolas Pelletier, the first Pelletier known to emigrate from France to New France, is born about 1590.

In 1632, Nicolas marries Jeanne de Voissy (de Vouzy) (de Roussy), age 18, at Saint-Pierre Church in Gallardon (Galardon). Gallardon is located in the Beauce region of France, southwest of Paris between Chartres and the forest of Orléans

Four of Nicolas' children, Jean (1633), Philippe (bef1632), Pierre (bef1632), and François (1635) are born in Gallardon. Nicolas and his family leave France in the spring of 1636 and arrive in New France, at Québec City, on June 11 of the same year. Arriving on the same ship is Charles Huault-de-Montmagny, the new governor general of New France, succeeding Champlain.

Nicolas is a carpenter-woodworker, and among the Québec City buildings he is known to have worked on are Louis Hébert's house, the first private home to be built outside the Québec fortification, the frame of Notre-Dame Church's steeple, and the roof of the Chateau Saint-Louis.

Six other children are born in New France, five girls, Marie (1637), Louise (1640), Françoise (1642), Jeanne (1644), Geneviève (1646), and another son, Nicolas(1649).

In 1649, Nicolas is granted land outside Québec City, to the southwest, adjacent to St-François-Xavier Fort, near Cap Rouge, along the St-Lawrence River. In 1650, his family is attacked by 2 Iroquois Indians, but Nicolas successfully defends his family and the homestead against the intruders.

In 1669, Nicolas rents out a large portion of his property to his son Jean for five years , and in 1670, he joins his son François, who now is known as Pelletier-dit-Ontaya (or Anthaïa, later Antaya), and his family in Saurel (Sorel). In 1677, at the latest, Nicolas and his son acquire property across the St-Lawrence River at Dautray (Seignneurie d'Autray), near what is now Berthierville.

It is here that Nicolas apparently dies in 1679, the exact date is unknown. His wife, Jeanne, dies at Sorel on December 12, 1689.
 
 
 
 

Children of Nicolas Pelletier and Jeanne Roussy are:
 164 i. Francois Pelletier Dit Antaya, born 1635 in Gaillardon, Beauce France; died November 02, 1692 in Sorel, Richelieu, Quebec; married Marguerite Madeleine Morisseau September 29, 1661.
  ii. Jeanne Pelletier
  iii. Louise Pelletier
 

 330.  Julien Morisseau, born 1620 in Picardie, France; died Deceased.  He married 331. Anne Brelancour 1639 in France.
 331.  Anne Brelancour, born 1618 in Amiens, Picardie, France; died Deceased.

Child of Julien Morisseau and Anne Brelancour is:
 165 i. Marguerite Madeleine Morisseau, born 1637 in Montdidier, Amiens, Picardie, France; died December 15, 1707 in Hotel Dieu, Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Francois Pelletier Dit Antaya September 29, 1661.
 

 332.  Jean Meneux, born Abt. 1610 in Chateau-Giron, Rennes, Bretagne, France; died Deceased.  He married 333. Jeanne Trochon.
 333.  Jeanne Trochon, born Abt. 1615 in Chateau-Giron, Rennes, Bretagne, France; died Deceased.

Child of Jean Meneux and Jeanne Trochon is:
 166 i. Jacques Meneux, born 1639 in Chateau-Giron, Rennes, Bretagne, France; died December 19, 1690 in Hotel-Dieu, Quebec, Canada; married Marguerite Peuvrier.
 

 334.  Nicolas Le Preuvier, born Abt. 1610 in St-Severin, Paris, Ile-de-France, France; died Deceased.  He married 335. Marguerite Bourgeois.
 335.  Marguerite Bourgeois, born Abt. 1615 in St-Severin, Paris, Ile-de-France, France; died Deceased.

Child of Nicolas Le Preuvier and Marguerite Bourgeois is:
 167 i. Marguerite Peuvrier, born 1639 in St Severin, Paris, Ile-de-France, France; died January 10, 1708/09 in Hotel-Dieu, Quebec, Canada; married Jacques Meneux.
 

 340.  Jean Banliac, born Abt. 1610 in Confolens, Angouleme, Angoumois, France.  He married 341. Francoise Petit.
 341.  Francoise Petit, born Abt. 1615 in Confolens, Angouleme, Angoumois, France.

Child of Jean Banliac and Francoise Petit is:
 170 i. Francois Bayard, born Abt. 1650 in Lafouille, France; died Bef. 1709 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Marie Angelique Pelletier 1680.
 

 344.  Jean Sicard, born 1600 in Castres, Haut-Languedoc, France; died Bet. 1613 - 1696.  He was the son of 688. Jean Sicard and 689. Anne StMaurice.  He married 345. Martha De St Paul January 16, 1629/30 in France.
 345.  Martha De St Paul, born 1610 in Castres, Haut-Languedoc, France; died Bet. 1613 - 1705.  She was the daughter of 690. Abel De StPaul.

Child of Jean Sicard and Martha St Paul is:
 172 i. Pierre Sicard, born 1632 in St Jacques, Castres, France; died Bet. 1668 - 1729; married Marie De Forgues December 05, 1663.
 

 346.  Jacques De Forques

Child of Jacques De Forques is:
 173 i. Marie De Forgues, born Abt. 1640 in St Jacques, Castres, France; died Bet. 1668 - 1736; married Pierre Sicard December 05, 1663.
 

 348.  Francois Ratte, born Abt. 1598 in Laieu, La Rochelle, France; died Bet. 1633 - 1693 in Laieu, La Rochelle, France.  He married 349. Jacquette Hugeut Bet. 1605 - 1648.
 349.  Jacquette Hugeut, born 1610 in Laieu, La Rochelle, France; died Bet. 1633 - 1699 in Laieu, La Rochelle, France.

Child of Francois Ratte and Jacquette Hugeut is:
 174 i. Jacques Rate, born 1630 in Laleu, La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died April 08, 1699 in St Laurent, Ile D'Orleans, Quebec; married Anne Martin.
 

 350.  Abraham Lecossais Martin, born 1589 in Scotland; died September 08, 1664 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 700. Jean Martin and 701. D'Isabelle Cote.  He married 351. Marguerite Langlois October 24, 1624 in France.
 351.  Marguerite Langlois, born in France; died December 17, 1665 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 702. Guillaume Langlois and 703. Jeanne Millet.

Notes for Abraham Lecossais Martin:
Arrived from Frances with his wife and daugther Anne, on sailboat "Sallemande".  Received land forming plateau where Wolfe & Montcalm fought  battle of Quebec know as Les Plaines de Abraham.  He was a pilot on the St. Lawrence.
 

He also carried the title of Royal Pilot of the Saint Lawrence, he lost his life at the battle of the plains of Abraham.  He arrived in Quebec in 1619, he passed time in France after the capture of Quebec by Kirke, July 24, 1629.  He returned to Quebec in 1634 or 1634.

It is documented in several books, "la Fontaine d'Abrahma Martin et le site de son habitation" " the seige fo Quebec and the battle of the Plains of Abraham" "An historical journal of the campaigns In North American for the years 1757, 1757, 1759, and 1760"
Martin may have been of scottish descent or he may have been a member of an illegal organization;  such names were used for  deserted soldiers or in case of records of an illegal organization were seized.  It is also possble that he acquired the name because he made several voyages to Scotland as a young man.  When David Kirk captured Quebec in 1629 and left his brother Lewis as govenor until 1632, Martin and his family stayed on.  In his later years Martin fell in the estimation of his fellow citizens when he was accused of improper conduct with regard to a young girl in quebec.  He was imprisoned for this on February 15, 1649.

He was called the "Scotchman"

MARTIN, ABRAHAM (dit " L'ÉCOSSAIS " or " Maître Abraham "), pilot; b. 1589 in France or Scotland; d. 8 Sept. 1664 at Quebec. Abraham Martin surnamed the "Scotchman", arrived from France on the sailboat "Le Sallemande" at Tadoussac on Aug. 30, 1620.

Martin may have been of Scottish descent or he might have used the sobriquet if he had been enrolled in military service or had been a member of an illegal organization: such names were used for deserted soldiers or in case the records of an illegal organization were seized. It is also possible that he acquired the name because he had made several voyages to Scotland as a young man.One of the things that does seem very indicative of why and how it may be that he is called "l'ecossais"--which means "the Scot" (just remember that Scot is the person, Scotch is the drink) is that from before the time of Mary, Queen of Scots and for a century or more after her time Scots fled to France as their ally against England. Whole generations of Scots nobility and military men were forced to live out their lives on foreign soil. So, possibly our Martin was one of these exiles who had become more French than Scots before he went to Quebec. The French probably called him the Scot because he was likely born in Scotland. Most likely he was taken as a baby or young child to France. Given that he was perhaps born ca 1570-1590 that puts him square in the time frame to have been the son of a Scot who fled to France during the Protestant upsurge in Scotland. Certainly, he was of a Catholic family and that meant that his life might have been in danger at that time in Scotland. This seems a very possible explanation for his designation as "the Scot." It is said that his father was a supporter of Mary, Queen of Scots, and was involved in a plot to free her from the English. The plot failed and they had to leave Scotland and seek refuge in France There is some question as to whether Martin was really an official pilot or not, although he was referred to as "kings pilot" in his own day. However, he did fish well down into the Gulf of the St-Lawrence.

It is presumed that the Plains (or Heights) of Abraham are named after Martin. It is picturesquely said that the "Côte d'Abraham" was the path that Martin used to the St. Charles River to water his animals. His property amounted to 32 acres in all, 12 received from the Compagnie de la Nouvelle-France in 1635 and 20 as a gift from Sieur Adrien du Chesne, ship's surgeon to Pierre Legardeur de Repentigny in 1645. The Martin family sold this land to the Ursulines in 1667. It is possible that this is the same Martin who was employed by Jean De Biencourt and Du Gua de Monts as navigator on the coast of Acadia, although he would have been very young at that time. When David Kirk captured Quebec in 1629 and left his brother Lewis as governor until 1632, Martin and his family stayed on. In his later years Martin fell in the estimation of his fellow citizens when he was accused of improper conduct with regard to a young girl in Quebec. He was imprisoned for this on 15 Feb.1649. As far as can be found from the records, Abraham Martin and Maire Langlois had 9 or 10 children. Eustache, baptized 24 Oct. 1621 was the godson of Eustache Boullé. Marguerite, born 4 Jan. 1624 and Marie 22 May 1638 to Étienne Racine had many descendants, including the 2 bishops Racine. Hèléne, born 21 June 1627, was a god-child of Samuel de Champlain. She married first Claude Étienne in 1640 and on 3 Sep. 1647 Médard Chouart Des Groseilliers. Marie Martin, born 1632 and married 21 Jan. 1648 to Jean Cloutier.

Charles-Amador, born 7 March 1648, the godson of Charles de Saint-Étienne de La Tour, was the second Canadian-born priest. It is possible that Brother Dominque Scot, spoken of in the Jesuit Relations as having gone to the Huron country as a young man, was also a son. It is also possible that a young man who is mentioned as having been in the Huron country at the same time (1634-35) was Eustache Martin.

In the archives of "The Dames Ursulines", are the titles of two farms that he owned. The historical status of the two farms did not really take place until long after his death. On September 12th 1759, a young British General scaled the ramparts of Quebec City in an attempt to capture the city from the French. At dawn his troops lined up on the fields and awaited the attack of the french general, Moncalm. The ensuing battle in which both generals died, was fought on the lands that Abraham Martin once owned. To this day the battle won by the English is known as the battle of THE PLAINS OF ABRAHAM
 
 
 

Children of Abraham Martin and Marguerite Langlois are:
 175 i. Anne Martin, born March 23, 1644/45 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died January 14, 1716/17 in St Pierre, Ile D'Orleans, Montmorency II, Quebec, Canada; married Jacques Rate.
  ii. Eustache Martin Martin, born October 24, 1621; died Bet. 1622 - 1711 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
  iii. Anne Martin, born 1614 in Perce, France; died December 04, 1684 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Jean Cote November 17, 1635 in Notre-Dame, Quebec, Canada; born 1603 in Mortagne, Chartres, Perche, France; died March 28, 1661 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.

Notes for Jean Cote:
Genealogist Alfred Cambray(7) emphasizes that on 5 February 1645,(8) Robert Giffard granted a homestead to Jean Côté. It measured three arpents in frontage on the river, to the depth of the seigneury, and was located between the holdings of Zacharie Cloutier and Noel Langlois.

"From the time of the first settlements," writes Cambray, "the iroquois were relentlessly at war with the French and with their Indian allies. The colonists were never sure of spending a day in peace without being exposed to raids from bands of Iroquois. It was a matter of not going far from each other in order to meet any eventuality.

"Noel Langlois was a neighbor of Jean Côté and, to ensure mutual protection, he invited Jean to lodge near him. To this end, he gave him a small portion of land in order to build a habitation on it. During an interlude in hostilities, Jean Côté returned to the île d'Orleans, where he had moved his family, and left the homestead next to Langlois on which he had done some clearing, as weil as the smail piece on which he had built a cabin. This property was abandoned by the negligence of those supposed to keep it up.

Jean Côté was the owner of a house situated near the present corner of the rue Trésor and the rue Baude. Today this is the alley where artists display their creations for the tourists. The house was on a plot of land with 150 feet of frontage by 60 in depth. On 15 November 1649, Côté offered it as dowry for his daughter Simone when she married Pierre Soumande. On 7 November 1655, Soumande sold this house to Jacques Boessel for 350 livres. Côté also owned a piece of land between la Grande-Allée and the river, in what was then the outskirts of Québec. Governor Montmagny had given it to him on 27 August 1636; this act was ratified on 5 April 1639.

Our ancestor Jean Côté passed away on 27 March 1661. The burial act, entered in the records of the parish of Quebec states as follows: " Year 1661, the 28th March, was interred in the church, Jean Côté, early habitant of this country, died the day preceding, in his house." As for Anne Martin, she survived him by more than twenty years. The census of 1681 does not mention her, but it is likely that she was living with one of her sons. Anne too, was buried at Québec, on 4 December 1684, at about the age of 70 years. A week earlier, son Jean lost his wife, Anne Couture, the mother of his first eight children
 
 

  iv. Marguerite Martin, born January 04, 1623/24 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died November 25, 1679 in Chateau Richer, Montmorency I, Quebec, canada; married Etienne Racine May 22, 1638 in Quebec, Canada; born May 11, 1607 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died April 24, 1689 in St Anne, Beaupre, Quebec, Canada.

Notes for Marguerite Martin:
She was baptised January 4, 1624 by the Récollest Father Paul Huet. The godfather was Thierri Dedamy and the godmother Marguerite Le Sage.
 
 

  v. Helene Martin, born June 21, 1627 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bef. August 24, 1653 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married (1) Claude Etienne October 22, 1640; born 1623 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1645 - 1714; married (2) Medard Des Groselliers September 03, 1647 in Quebec, Canada; born 1626; died Bet. 1653 - 1717.
  vi. Marie Martin, born April 10, 1635 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died April 25, 1699 in Chateau, Richer, Quebec, Canada; married Jean Cloutier January 21, 1647/48 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; born May 13, 1620 in St. Jean de Mortagnes, Sees, Perche, France; died October 16, 1690 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.

Notes for Jean Cloutier:
Jean built his home in Chateau-Richer, it was his descendants who kept the ancestral home for nearly three hundred centuries.  It still stands today!
 

  vii. Adrien Martin, born January 22, 1637/38 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1639 - 1728 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
  viii. Madeleine Martin, born September 13, 1640 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1685 - 1735 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married (1) Nicolas Dit DesPatis Forget February 06, 1652/53 in Quebec, Canada; born 1638 in Notre Dame, Alencon, Normandie, France; died Bet. 1679 - 1729 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married (2) Jean Baptiste Foneneau February 01, 1680/81; born 1638; died Bet. 1685 - 1730.
  ix. Barbe Martin, born January 04, 1642/43 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died October 05, 1660 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Pierre Biron January 12, 1654/55 in Notre-Dame, D'Orleans, Montreal, Quebec; born 1639 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1660 - 1730 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
  x. Charles Amador Martin, born March 07, 1647/48 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died June 19, 1711 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
 

 448.  Jean Trudel, born 1629 in Poitiers, Poitou, Parfondeval, France; died November 25, 1699 in L'ange Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 896. Jean Trudel and 897. Marquerite Noyer.  He married 449. Marquerite Thomas.
 449.  Marquerite Thomas, born 1634 in Stavelot, Liege, Belgium; died August 30, 1695 in L'ange Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 898. Jean Thomas and 899. Marguerite Fredeux Fredry.

Notes for Jean Trudel:
Arrived in Quebec the summer of 1645
The first mass celebrated at L'Ange Gardien was in the house of your ancestor Jean Trudel. A pioneer of the parish of L'Ange Gardien, Jean Trudel settled on the coast of Beaupré, near Québec, in 1655. His farm was approximately a mile and a half on the side of the Montmorency Falls. In 1911, a monument commemorating Jean Trudel was erected by his descendants on the site of his original house which still had visible foundations at that time.

At the beginning of colonization, up until the time that churches and chapels were built, services were held in a settler's home by missionnary priests. At L'Ange Gardien, these services were held in the house of Jean Trudel. This is noted in an act of 1664 whose subject was the election of marguilliers (?).

It is interesting to note that ducing the census of 1666, Jean Trudel was identified as "canvas weaver". For many generations, one of our national industries was this weaving and your ancestor Jean Trudel was one of those who contributed in its development.
 
 
 
 

Children of Jean Trudel and Marquerite Thomas are:
 224 i. Jean Trudel, born June 28, 1669 in L'ange Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased; married Marie Louise Mathieu.
  ii. Nicolas Trudel, born 1662 in Chateau-Richer, Montmorency , Quebec; died Deceased.
  iii. Pierre Trudel, born 1658; died Deceased; married Francoise LeFrancois; died Deceased.
  iv. Marie Madeleine Trudel, born 1659; married Pierre LeFebvre; born 1642; died November 21, 1727.
 

 450.  Jean Mathieu, born 1637 in Montignac, Coulonges, Angouleme, France; died May 01, 1699 in L'ange, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 900. Jean Mathieu and 901. Isabelle Monnachau.  He married 451. Anne Du Tertre June 28, 1669.
 451.  Anne Du Tertre, born 1654 in Of Poterir, Chartres, Nr Paris, France; died April 14, 1696 in L'ange Gardien, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 902. Rene Du Tertre and 903. Louise-Anne Goulet.

Notes for Jean Mathieu:
Life in France
In the 17th century, life in France was hard. There was poverty and endless war. Hard winters came with fatal regularity. Only the nobility, military officers, merchants, and the clergy lived comfortably, but these represented only ten percent of the population. Jean, like most, was poor and lived in rural France. He lived in Tapy (today spelled Tapis), a hamlet of the free town of Montignac in the county of Saint-Amant-de-Boixe in the old French province of Angoumois (Angoumois was renamed Departement de la Charente after the French Revolution). Emmigration to New France offered an opportunity for many to escape these hardships. Even in isolated rural districts, the people had learned about New France from their parish priests. Emmigrants tended to come from rural France.

Emmigration
In New France, the Cardinal de Richelieu had founded "La Compagnie des Cent-Associes" whose mandate it was to populate New France. This organization had representatives throughout France who were responsible for recruiting colonists. Due to their poverty, most prospective emmigrants were unable to pay for their passage to the New World. To solve this problem, they would arrange a contract with a colonist, who would pay the emmigrant's passage, in return for about three years service. The contract would normally start when the emmigrant boarded the ship. The recruiters from "La Compagnie des Cent-Associes" served as intermediaries. The emmigrant would usually require a bit of money to travel to the port, and for expenses while waiting for his ship. The sponsoring colonists would advance the emmigrant this money, but as little as possible, since it would all be lost if the emmigrant changed his mind before embarking. Between 1632 and 1662, about a third of the prospective colonists took the travel money, but then failed to embark.

Crossing the Atlantic
Jean Mathieu, at the age of 22, registered aboard the ship Saint-Andre on 27 June 1659 in the harbour of La Rochelle. It was scheduled to weigh anchor on Sunday 29 June, but was delayed until Wednesday 2 July. Jean Poulet, the captain/navigator, was well experienced and had previously made many trips to Quebec. The Saint-Andre was a de-commissionned warship weighing 300 tons and carrying about 130 passengers. It had just finished serving as a plague ship for two years, and without being first quarantined or disinfected, it now carried fare-paying passengers for the first time. The favoured route across the Atlantic started on a south-easterly heading towards the Azores, before turning northward. Shortly into the journey, severe fevers broke out on board. The fevers combined with the tropical heat and shortage of drinking water made the journey very unpleasant and deadly. After the ship turned north and entered colder waters, the epidemic started to lose some of its strength. In mid-August, the Saint-Andre entered the St. Lawrence River. By early September, the ship finally approached Quebec. The ship had signalled its plight to the colonists, who loaded some birch-bark canoes with supplies and paddled out to meet it. The chief Jesuit, father Jean de Quen, boarded the Saint-Andre at this time. Sadly, his charity would cost him his life. He caught the fever and died on 8 October. On the evening of Sunday 7 September, Captain Poulet dropped anchor. The crossing had taken 68 days and nine passengers had died. Since it was late, the passengers did not disembark until the next morning. Many were taken from the ship by stretcher, and the Hotel Dieu Hospital was soon full. The fever spread to the townspeople, and several died.

Service for Passage
In order to pay for his passage to the New World, Jean Mathieu had a three year contract to work for Pierre Lefebvre, who had a farm along the St. Lawrence at Trois-Rivieres.

Buys His Own Land
On 9 August 1661, Jean Mathieu left the service of Pierre Lefebvre, and bought a farm from Zacharie Maheut at l'Ange Gardien for 90 pounds. His land was 3 arpents wide along the St. Lawrence, and was 126 arpents deep. It was located in the Seigneurie de Beaupre, which was bounded by the St. Lawrence river, the riviere Montmorency, and the riviere du Gouffre.

Hires a Servant
On 24 June 1665, a notary records that Jean Mathieu obtained a servant named Jean Hue. He obtained Hue from another colonist named Francois Belanger. As was the custom, the 22 year old servant Hue had no say in his transfer of employer. Hue remained with Mathieu for 5 years, after which he married and moved to Quebec.

Prepares a Will
On 13 September 1666, on the eve of departing to the Iroquois war, Jean Mathieu recorded his last will and testament with a notary. Firstly, he left 150 pounds to the poor and the nuns so they might pray for his soul. Secondly, he left 150 pounds to the church for the construction of the chapel. Finally, he left 300 pounds to his young godson Jean Grosleau, and 40 pounds to his servant Jean Hue.

Goes to War
By order of the Governor, Jean Mathieu had been ordered into military service for the war against the Iroquois. The military force was under the command of the Marquis Alexandre de Prouville de Tracy. The force consisted of 600 regular soldiers, a group of Algonquin and Huron allies, and a group of 600 colonists. Jean Mathieu was among this last group. The force, with Jean Mathieu, returned home on 5 November 1666.

Census of 1666-1667
Jean Mathieu is recorded in this census as an unmarried farmer with 28 head of cattle and 8 arpents of land. By all accounts he is prospering and living comfortably.

Gets Married
On 3 November 1669, Jean Mathieu got married. Jean is accompanied by friends; Michel Guyon sieur du Rouvray, Pierre Tremblay, and Jacques Grosleau dit Laviolette. His bride Anne is accompanied by; her parents Rene-Pierre and Louise-Anne Goulet ancestors of d'Israel Tartre, her brother Charles, her uncle Jacques Goulet, and other relatives.

Census of 1681
In this census, Jean is reported to be 44 years old, his wife 27, and their children: Louise 10, Rene 7, Jean 5, and Charles 2. His farm has 20 head of cattle and 30 arpents of land.

Final Years
Jean and Anne's eldest daughter was married in 1691, and soon there were grandchildren. Anne died in April 1696, and was burried on 14 April in the parish of l'Ange-Gardien. She died relatively young, at 44. Jean survived his wife by 3 years, and he died on 29 April 1699 at the age of 62. He was burried on 1 May 1699 in the parish cemetary.
 
 

More About Jean Mathieu:
Burial: L'ange Gardien, Quebec, Canada

Child of Jean Mathieu and Anne Du Tertre is:
 225 i. Marie Louise Mathieu, born December 26, 1670 in L'ange Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada; died 1737 in L'ange Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada; married Jean Trudel.
 

 454.  Pierre Voyer, born 1630 in Merolle, Les-Braults, Maine, Sarthe, France; died November 14, 1695 in Chateau Richter, Qbc, Can.  He was the son of 908. Pierre Voyer and 909. Marguerite Tourgnon.  He married 455. Marle Catherine Crampon December 01, 1662 in Chateau Richter, Qbc, Can.
 455.  Marle Catherine Crampon, born 1642 in Marolle, Lemans, France; died July 06, 1699 in Lange Gardien Monteregie, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 910. Jean Crampon and 911. Helen Richard.

Children of Pierre Voyer and Marle Crampon are:
 227 i. Catherine Voyer, born in Marolle, Lemans, Maine, France; died Deceased; married (1) Francois Belanger; married (2) Francois Belanger April 18, 1689 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada.
  ii. Marquerite Voyer, born 1683; died March 04, 1723/24; married Jean Baptiste Hardy; born 1673; died August 30, 1749.
  iii. Marie Madeleine Voyer, born 1666; died Deceased; married Hilaire Bernard Dit Lariviere; born 1639; died December 01, 1729.
 

 458.  Jean Clement LaPointe, born 1626 in Nancy, Lorraine, Meurthe Moselle, France; died in Laprairie, Laprairie, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 916. Jean Clement-Lapointe and 917. Madeleine Anne Martin.  He married 459. Madeleine Surget.
 459.  Madeleine Surget, born 1638 in Soubise, Rochefort, Saintes, France; died Bef. February 28, 1696/97 in L'ange Gardien, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 918. Francois Surget and 919. Marguerite Gravel.

Child of Jean LaPointe and Madeleine Surget is:
 229 i. Marguerite Clement LaPointe, born March 03, 1663/64; married Philippe Plamondon April 23, 1680.
 

 460.  Jean Hamel, born 1636 in St Aubin, Normandie, France; died October 13, 1678 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 920. Francois Hamel.  He married 461. Mary Auvray Abt. 1660.
 461.  Mary Auvray, born in St Aubin, Normandie, France.

More About Jean Hamel:
Cause of Death: heart failure

Children of Jean Hamel and Mary Auvray are:
 230 i. Jean Francois Hamel, born July 23, 1661 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada; died September 01, 1733; married Anne-Felicite Lavasseur.
  ii. Pierre Hamel
  iii. Marie-Anne Hamel
  iv. Ignace-Germain Hamel
  v. Charlotte Hamel
  vi. Francois Hamel
 

 462.  Jean Levasseur, born Abt. 1616 in St Leu et St Giles de Paris, France; died 1686 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 924. Noel Levasseur and 925. Genevieve Gauche.  He married 463. Marguerite Richard.
 463.  Marguerite Richard, born Abt. 1623 in Paris, France; died 1708 in Ancienne Lorette, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 926. Nicolas Richard and 927. Jeanne Bonnet.

Child of Jean Levasseur and Marguerite Richard is:
 231 i. Anne-Felicite Lavasseur, born April 22, 1667 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada; married Jean Francois Hamel.
 

 464.  Francois Bergeron, born Bef. 1619 in France.  He married 465. Marie Pernelle.
 465.  Marie Pernelle, born Abt. 1625 in Trois Rivieres, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased in France.

Child of Francois Bergeron and Marie Pernelle is:
 232 i. Francois Bergeron, born Bet. 1645 - 1649 in Sthilaireautise, Lucon, Poitou, France; died May 12, 1726 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec; married Etiennette LeClerc November 03, 1676 in Troisrivieres, Stmaurice, Pq, Can.
 

 466.  Florent Leclerc, born 1619 in Lebray, Angers, Anjou, France; died January 01, 1663/64 in Troisrivieres, St maurice, Pq, Can.  He was the son of 932. Jean Leclerc and 933. Jeanne Lucia.  He married 467. Marie Gendre February 04, 1657/58 in Trois-Rivieres, Maurice, Quebec, Canada.
 467.  Marie Gendre, born 1626 in Ville De Blois, Chartres, France; died January 02, 1698/99 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 934. Moise Gendre and 935. Jeanne Grosse.

Children of Florent Leclerc and Marie Gendre are:
 233 i. Etiennette LeClerc, born May 28, 1663 in Troisrivieres, Stmaurice, Pq, Can; died April 18, 1715 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Pq, Can; married Francois Bergeron November 03, 1676 in Troisrivieres, Stmaurice, Pq, Can.
  ii. Jean LeClerc, born 1660.
  iii. Florent LeClerc, died Deceased; married Jeanne Aubuchon; died Deceased.
 

 468.  Robert Giguere, born March 09, 1615/16 in St Aubin, Tourouvre, Mortange, Perche, France; died December 10, 1713 in Beaupre, Montmorency, Pq, Can.  He was the son of 936. Jean Giguere and 937. Michelle Jornel.  He married 469. Aymee Aimee Edmee Miville July 02, 1652 in Quebec, Canada.
 469.  Aymee Aimee Edmee Miville, born August 12, 1635 in N.-D.-De-Brouage, Rochefort, Saintes, France; died December 09, 1713 in Beaupre, Montmorency, Pq, Can.  She was the daughter of 938. Pierre Miville Dit Le Suisse and 939. Charlotte Maugier Maugis.

Children of Robert Giguere and Aymee Miville are:
 234 i. Martin Ditdespins Giguere, born 1655 in Ste-Anne de Beaupre, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased in Beaupre, Quebec; married Marie Francoise Pinard May 07, 1682 in Sorel, Stmaurice, Pq, Can.
  ii. Joseph Giguere, born 1673; died Deceased; married Angelique Mercier; born 1680; died April 18, 1759.
  iii. Chalotte Giguere, born 1653; died 1710; married (1) Antoine Planiol; died Deceased; married (2) Laurent Philippes Delafontaine; died Deceased.
  iv. Marie Giguere, born 1659.
  v. Anne Giguere, born 1668.
  vi. Etienne Giguere, born 1670; died 1749; married Marie Madeleine Mercier; died Deceased.
  vii. Jean Baptiste Giguere, born 1660; died 1750; married Louise Magnan; died Deceased.

Notes for Jean Baptiste Giguere:
may have been a scout for the burning of the Fort in Scenectedy NY and the beginning of the French & Indian Wars in 1689. He was also possibly involved in the building of Fort Detroit and Fort Duquense (Pittsburgh PA).
 

  viii. Marquerite Giguere, born 1678; married Jean Baptiste Lebeau; died Deceased.
  ix. Robert Giguere, born 1663.
  x. Pierre Giguere, born 1665.
  xi. Agnes Giguere, born March 13, 1674/75.
  xii. Ange Giguere, born December 27, 1671.
  xiii. Jeanne Giguere, born April 28, 1657.
 

 470.  Louis Pinard, born July 12, 1634 in St. Marguerites, Charente, Larochelle, Frn; died January 12, 1694/95 in Batiscan, St-Maurice, Quebec.  He was the son of 940. Jean Pinard and 941. Marguerite Gaigneur.  He married 471. Marie Madeleine Hertel October 29, 1658 in Trois-Rivieres, Maurice, Quebec, Canada.
 471.  Marie Madeleine Hertel, born September 02, 1642 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; died November 25, 1680 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 942. Jacques Hertel and 943. Marie Marquerite.

Notes for Louis Pinard:
Louis PINARD was born in July 1634 in the parish of Ste. Marguerite, LaRochelle, Aunis. He died in January 1695 in Bastican at the age of 60. He arrived in Canada around 1658 as a master surgeon. The 1666 census of the Trois-Rivieres area by Talon, lists him as a habitant and master surgeon and able to sign. His wife, Marie-Madeleine HERTEL, was also able to sign. At the time, there was a one-year old daughter in the household.
Louis PINARD married Canadian-born Marie-Madeleine HERTEL in Trois-Rivieres in October 1658. He was 24 and she was 13 years old. Although 13 at the time of her marriage, she did not have her first child until she was 19. It was customary in New France, at this time, to not consummate a marriage until the woman was at least 16. After her death around 1679, he remarried. His second wife was Ursule Pepin.
Louis Pinard and Marie-Madeleine Hertel had six children. The oldest son, Claude born in 1667 received permission to travel west in August 1691. The west, in this case, was probably no further than the Great Lakes. To control the fur trading and collect appropriate taxes, the French government issued passports (permits), a form of license. They were difficult to acquire since in many years, only 25 were issued. To conduct fur trading or to travel west without a passport was considered illegal and subject to punishment, most often fines or the confiscation of furs.
Pinard's son Claude, later went on to marry his arch rival's daughter, Francoise Gamelain. We are also related to both these men although, in our case, the families did not come together until a couple of generations later.

Pinard excelled in collecting debts. Several records show his relentlessness involving collecting money from the church, military and even nobility. Even though he may have been tough in his business dealings, the people of Trois-Rivieres had confidence in him. They elected him to the posts of town mayor and church warden. After 1670, Pinard became interested in the fur trade. In 1685 he took part in an expedition to Hudson Bay, returning home the following year.

While it is true that Louis Pinard was 24 years and Marie-Madeleine Hertel was 13 years at the time of their marriage, their first child wasn't born until Marie-Madeleine was 19. It was customary in New France that a marriage with such a young bride would not be consummated until the wife was about 16 years old.

Baptism: 12 Jul 1634, Chapelle Ste-Marguerite, La Rochelle, France59,60,61,62
Burial: 12 Jan 1694/95, Batiscan62
Census: 1666, 1666 and 1667, Cap de la Madeleine, master surgeon; 1681 in Champlain62
Dit Name: Lauziere
Education: Bef. Sep 1647, completed his surgical studies with Francis Gendron in France
Fact: 1685, took part in expedition to Hudson Bay
Godparents: 12 Jul 1634, Louis Gaigneur; Madame Madeleine Mondot, femme de maitre Jean Gaigneur, procureur63
Immigration: Bef. Sep 1647, Quebec
Name Variations: Pinar64
Occupation 1: Aft. 1656, master surgeon, procureur fiscal, tresorier
Occupation 2: Aft. 1656, maire et marguillier de Trois-Rivieres
Presence: 8 Sep 1647, Quebec City 65
Religion: Catholic66
Residence 1: Bef. Sep 1647, Cognac en Charente66
Residence 2: 1656, returned to Quebec as surgeon major at Trois Rivieres
 
 

Notes for Marie Madeleine Hertel:
Marie-Madeleine HERTEL was born in September 1645 in Trois-Rivieres. Her brother, Francois Hertel born in 1642 participated in the French & Indian wars and is considered a hero by Canadians. He was responsible for many of the successful raids on the western Massachusetts population. Francois was captured by the Iroquois in 1658. Her uncle, Francois Marguerie was an interpreter and explorer and companion of Champlain. He drowned in 1646 while crossing the St Lawrence River at Trois-Rivieres.
 

Children of Louis Pinard and Marie Hertel are:
 235 i. Marie Francoise Pinard, born November 15, 1664 in Troisrivieres, Stmaurice, Pq, Can; died December 19, 1743 in St-Francois du lac, Yamaska, Quebec, Canada; married Martin Ditdespins Giguere May 07, 1682 in Sorel, Stmaurice, Pq, Can.
  ii. Ursule Pinard, married Michel Jutras; died February 24, 1765.
  iii. Angelique Pinard, born 1677; married Jean Niquet; born 1668; died August 11, 1703.
  iv. Claude Pinard, born 1666; died April 19, 1748; married Francoise Gamelin; born 1672; died December 28, 1757.
  v. Louis Pinard, born 1669; died May 20, 1731; married Madeleine Renou; born June 1684.

Notes for Louis Pinard:
Louis Pinard made his first trip to Canada around 1648 as a "donne" of the Jesuits. At that time it was customary for the Jesuits to be accompanied by young men on their trips to the interior to meet with the native people. In return for the service of these boys, the Fathers saw to their education. He returned to France in 1650 to complete his studies. Through this first experience in Canadian territory Louis should be numbered among the founders of the mission Ste-Marie on the banks of Georgian Bay, what is now, Midland Ontario. He must have known Fathers Jean de Breboeuf and Gabriel Lalemant, who were martyred there in the spring of 1649. The constant Iroguois raids forced the French to abandon this Huron mission, whose ruins lay forgotten for three centuries. Recently this historic site has been restored and is today a National Park.

Louis Pinard's patrons, having most likely discovered in him a natural talent for medicine and surgery, had him return to France at the age of 16 or 17 in order to learn the art of Hippocrates. Returning to Canada about 1656, young Doctor Pinard exhibited all the competence of a master surgeon. His future bride, Marie-Madeleine Hertel was not quite 12 years old when the marriage contract was written up. It is probably why Louis had to wait 2 years later to be married. By virtue of his being the surgeon of the garrison, Pinard was already in a position to provide a comfortable living for his wife and children. In addition he always looked out for himself even if he had to bleed some clients white to do so. Pinard was a grasping man who did not hesitate to appeal to justice when his interests were at stake. The civil and criminal court records from 1660 to 1665 eloquently demonstrate this. His name is mentioned 32 times in the Court Records of Trois-Rivieres, 1655-1662. See General Notes Chapter. On two occasions in 1663, Pinard sued his colleague, Dr. Michel Gemelain whose rivalry he dreaded. In spite of the cease and desist injunction from the Sovereign Council in 1663, he did not end his accusations.

"Realizing that the struggle with Louis Pinard would be endless, Gamelain, perhaps on the advice of his mother-in-law, Madame Crevier, put his knowledge of medicine to the service of an industry much more practical and flourishing -- the distillation of brandy."
 

  vi. Madeleine Pinard, born 1679.
  vii. Antoine Pinard
  viii. Marquerite Pinard, born 1670.
 

 472.  Andre-Paillart-Paille, born Abt. 1619 in Marche, France.  He married 473. Catherine Geoffroy.
 473.  Catherine Geoffroy, born Abt. 1619 in Marche, France.

Child of Andre-Paillart-Paille and Catherine Geoffroy is:
 236 i. Leonard Paille, born 1639 in Pressac, Poitiers, Poitou, France; died January 06, 1728/29; married (1) Marie Louise Vachon; married (2) Louise Vachon.
 

 474.  Paul Vachon, born 1630 in La Copechagniere, Laroche-Sur-Yon, Lucon, Poitou, France; died June 25, 1703 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 948. Vincent Vachon and 949. Sapience Vateau.  He married 475. Marguerite Langlois October 22, 1653.
 475.  Marguerite Langlois, born 1639 in Quebec, Canada; died September 24, 1697.  She was the daughter of 950. Noel Langlois and 951. Francoise Grenier.

Notes for Paul Vachon:
Notary public to the seigneurs and royal notary, fiscal procurer. Originally from La Copechagnière, diocese of Luçon, Poitou, Paul Vachon was born in 1630 from the marriage of Vincent Vachon and Sapience Vateau.

He arrived in New France around 1653 and in that year, married Marguerite Langlois, daughter of Noël Langlois and Françoise Grenier. He settled in Beauport to remain all his life performing his duties as notary.

The oldest contract signed by Paul Vachon is dated March 24 1658. He establishes himself in that act as "notary of the seigneurie of Notre-Dame-des-Anges". He was named to that post two years earlier by the Jesuits. In 1659, he also became notary for the seigneurie of Beauport in the area in which he lived.

On November 19 1667, François de Montmorency- Laval, bishop of Pétrée and apostolic vicar of New France granted letters of notary to Paul Vachon for the seigneuries on the Beaupré coast and l'Ile d'Orléan. On December 1st 1667, we can read in the Archives of Québec an "act of faith and hommage of Paul Vachon, fiscal procurer, appointed procurer to Mgr François de Laval, bishop of Pétrée and apostolic vicar of New France, for a part of the seigneurie of Beaupré."

In November 1667, the widow of Alleboust named Paul Vachon as notary for the seigneurie of D'Argentenay.

The study of the notary Paul Vachon is made up of about 1500 acts and contracts of which the last one is dated November 1693. This study is in the Judicial Archives of Québec. The inventory of the minutes was done in 1732 by the general procurer Verrier.

Aside from being notary, Paul Vachon also toiled the land. He obtained a grant of land on l'Ile d'Orléan from Mgr de Montmorency-Laval. Since he lived on his farm in Beauport, he let another farmer, Thomas Le Sueur, work the one on l'Ile d'Orléan. In 1667, he owned twenty arpents in value in Beauport and on l'Ile d'Orléan, his farmer reported six cattle and eight arpents in value. In 1681, fourteen years later, Paul Vachon declared to the census taker thirteen cattle and thirty six arpents of land value. He was certainly the head of a considerable farm.

Your ancestor, Paul Vachon, died of smallpox in 1703 and was buried in Beauport. Most of his descendants are known under the name of Vachon, but a number of them took the name of Laminée, Pomerleau or des Fourchette. The main Vachon families are still on the coast of Beaupré and Beauce.
 

Children of Paul Vachon and Marguerite Langlois are:
 237 i. Marie Louise Vachon, born 1662 in Beauport, Quebec, Pq, Can; died July 11, 1715 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; married Leonard Paille.
  ii. Marguerite Vachon, born Bet. 1651 - 1664.
  iii. Vincent Vachon, born 1660; died December 04, 1716; married Louise Cadieu; born 1667; died January 21, 1702/03.
  iv. Louise Vachon, born 1662; died July 11, 1715; married Leonard Paille; born 1639 in Pressac, Poitiers, Poitou, France; died January 06, 1728/29.

More About Leonard Paille:
Burial: Montreal, Ile-De-Montreal, Quebec

  v. Anne Therese Vachon, born 1674; died February 19, 1720/21 in Quebec, Canada; married Jean Turgeon; born 1670; died October 04, 1749.
  vi. Noel Vachon, born 1669; died August 12, 1699 in Quebec, Canada; married Monique Giroux; died Deceased.
 

 476.  Francois Le Picard Lemaitre, born 1631 in Picardie, France; died January 14, 1665/66 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 952. Denis Lemaitre and 953. Catherine Ducharme.  He married 477. Judith Rigaud.
 477.  Judith Rigaud, born 1633 in St Jean D'angely, Saintes, Saintonge, France; died May 13, 1703 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 954. Elisee Rigaud and 955. Marie Suzanne Dugast-Thouin.

Children of Francois Lemaitre and Judith Rigaud are:
 238 i. Charles LeMaitre Dit Auger, born April 15, 1666 in La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died Aft. 1735 in St. Jean Du, Perrot, Quebec, Canada; married Madeleine Crevier October 11, 1689.
  ii. Pierre Lemaitre, born February 1654/55.
  iii. Francois Lemaitre, born February 1655/56.
  iv. Marie Louise Lemaitre, born July 1657.
  v. Noel Lemaitre, born December 24, 1658.
  vi. Marguerite Lemaitre, born January 23, 1663/64.
 

 478.  Nicolas Dit Bellerive Crevier, born Bet. 1641 - 1645 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; died Aft. 1709 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 956. Christophe Crevier and 957. Jeanne Enard Evart.  He married 479. Louise Lecourte 1665.
 479.  Louise Lecourte, born 1648; died April 1709 in Capmadeleine, Champlain, Pq, Can.  She was the daughter of 958. Andre Leloutre and 959. Rachel Berthelot.

Children of Nicolas Crevier and Louise Lecourte are:
 239 i. Madeleine Crevier, born 1670 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; died June 27, 1746 in Louiseville, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; married Charles LeMaitre Dit Auger October 11, 1689.
  ii. Marie-Barbe Crevier, born 1666.
  iii. Marguerite-Louise Crevier
  iv. Thomas Crevier, born November 05, 1673.
  v. Claude Crevier
  vi. Marie-Anne Crevier, born Abt. 1677.
  vii. Michel Crevier, born February 15, 1679/80.
  viii. Marie-Catherine Crevier
  ix. Nicolas Crevier, born August 1683.
  x. Jean-Baptiste Crevier, born June 02, 1687.
  xi. Marie-Jeanne Crevier, born February 02, 1688/89.
 

 480.  Daniel LeBlanc, born Abt. 1626 in Loudun, Vienne, France; died in Acadia, Canada.  He was the son of 960. Rene LeBlanc and 961. Anne Bourgeous.  He married 481. Marie Francoise Gaudet 1650.
 481.  Marie Francoise Gaudet, born 1623 in Martaize, France; died in Acadia, Canada.  She was the daughter of 962. Jean Gaudet and 963. Genevieve Lefranc.

Child of Daniel LeBlanc and Marie Gaudet is:
 240 i. Rene Leblanc, born Abt. 1657 in Acadia, Canada; died January 1733/34 in St Charles, Mines, Acadia, Canada; married Anne Bourgeois.
 

 482.  Jacques Bourgeois, born January 28, 1620/21 in France; died Bet. July 1699 - 1702 in Acadia, Canada.  He was the son of 964. Jacques Bourgeois.  He married 483. Jeanne Trahan Abt. 1643 in Acadia, Canada.
 483.  Jeanne Trahan, born Abt. 1631; died Aft. 1698 in Acadia, Canada.  She was the daughter of 966. Guillaume Trahan and 967. Francoise Charbonneau.

Child of Jacques Bourgeois and Jeanne Trahan is:
 241 i. Anne Bourgeois, born Abt. 1661 in Acadia, Canada; died December 1747 in St Charles, Mines, Acadia, Canada; married Rene Leblanc.
 

 488.  Michael Sansoucy Dit Richard, born 1630 in Saint Ange, Seine et Marne, France; died 1687 in Acadia, Canada.  He was the son of 976. Guillaume Richard and 977. Huguette Poirier.  He married 489. Madeleine Blanchard Abt. 1656 in Acadia, Canada.
 489.  Madeleine Blanchard, born 1643 in Lachaize, Vicomte, Vendee, France; died Bet. 1679 - 1683 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada.  She was the daughter of 978. Jean Blanchard and 979. Radegonde Lambert.

Children of Michael Richard and Madeleine Blanchard are:
 244 i. Rene Richard, born 1657 in Acadia, Canada; died 1693 in Beaupre, Montmorency, Quebec; married Madeleine Landry Abt. 1680.
  ii. Pierre Richard, born 1661; married Marguerite Landry; born 1672 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada.
  iii. Catherine Richard, born 1663.
  iv. Martin Richard, born 1665; married Marguerite Bourg; born in Port Royal Acadia, Canada.
  v. Alexandre Richard, born 1668; married Isabelle Petitpas; born in Port Royal Acadia, Canada.
  vi. Anne Richard, born 1670; married Germain Terriot; born 1662 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died Deceased.
  vii. Madeleine Richard, born 1670; married Charles Babin; born 1664.
  viii. Marie Richard, born 1674; married Michel Vincent; born 1667 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died Deceased.
  ix. Cecile Richard, born 1676; married Pierre Forest; born 1668 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada.
  x. Marguerite Richard, born 1679; married Jean LeBlanc; born 1674.
 

 282.  Rene Landry, born 1618 in La Chausse, Loudun, Vienne, France; died 1686 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.  He was the son of 564. Jean Claude L'Andry and 279. Marie Sale.  He married 491. Perrine Bourg Abt. 1645.
 491.  Perrine Bourg, born 1620 in France; died 1686 in Acadia, Canada.

Notes for Rene Landry:
Rene Landry, born in 1618 and native of La Chaussee, Loudun area west of Central France, arrived in Acadia ca 1640. He married Perrine Bourg in 1645, daughter of Antoine Bourg. They had five (5) children;

Per the 1671 Census they had 10 cattle and 6 sheep.
 

Children of Rene Landry and Perrine Bourg are:
 141 i. Marguerite Landry, born 1647 in Acadia, Canada; died Abt. 1700 in Acadia, Canada; married Germain Doucet 1664.
  ii. Marie Landry, born 1649 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; died Bet. 1687 - 1743; married Germain Doucet Abt. 1664 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; born 1641 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; died Aft. 1685 in Acadia, Canada.

Notes for Germain Doucet:
Germain Doucet was half Indian. He was born at Port Royal in 1641 and was brought by his father to Quebec in 1655 where he lived until he was nineteen years old.  He returned to Port Royal in 1660 and was married in 1664 to Marguerite Landry.   He is listed in the Acadian census of 1671, 1686 & 1693.  There is a separate descent of marriage going back to Indian.  It can be found in Nova Scotia at Chapel Island Indian reservation.  Noel Doucet , former president of the union of Nova Scotia Indians claims such a descent.  Chapel Island is North near Cape Breton.  In 1671 Germain  is registered as a labourer (meaning farmer) at age 30, with his wife, age 24, three children, Charles 6, Bernard 4, Laurent 3, eleven horned cattle, seven sheep, three arpents of cultivated land.  The census of 1693 shows Germain Doucet, age 50, wife Marie Landry, age 44, three  children, Jacques 22, Claude 18, Pierre 8,  eight  horned cattle , 12 bull or oxen, 10 pigs, 18 aprents of cultivated land.  In the census of 1699, his family is listed as Marie Landry, widow of Germain Doucet, Pierre 15, Marie 4, Jean 2, eight cows,  12 oxen or bulls, 20 aprents of cultivated land.
The above information was obtained from Robert Doucette, P.O. Box 386, E. Falmouth, Mass. 02536 in 1995.

Marguerite and Marie Landry were sisters.  Per Bona Arsenault, Vol. 1, pgs. 385 & 386.  Children's info per Bona Arsenault, Vol. 1.
 
 
 

  iii. Pierre Landry, born Abt. 1658.
  iv. Claude Landry, born Abt. 1662.
 

Children of Rene Landry and Perrine Bourg are:
 245 i. Madeleine Landry, born 1656 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died February 17, 1739/40 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; married (1) Pierre Dupuis; married (2) Rene Richard Abt. 1680.
  ii. Marie Landry, born 1646; married Laurent Granger.
  iii. Marie Landry, born 1648; married (1) Germain Doucet; born 1641 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; died Aft. 1685 in Acadia, Canada; married (2) Etienne Comeau; born 1650 in Port Royal, Acadia.

Notes for Germain Doucet:
Germain Doucet was half Indian. He was born at Port Royal in 1641 and was brought by his father to Quebec in 1655 where he lived until he was nineteen years old.  He returned to Port Royal in 1660 and was married in 1664 to Marguerite Landry.   He is listed in the Acadian census of 1671, 1686 & 1693.  There is a separate descent of marriage going back to Indian.  It can be found in Nova Scotia at Chapel Island Indian reservation.  Noel Doucet , former president of the union of Nova Scotia Indians claims such a descent.  Chapel Island is North near Cape Breton.  In 1671 Germain  is registered as a labourer (meaning farmer) at age 30, with his wife, age 24, three children, Charles 6, Bernard 4, Laurent 3, eleven horned cattle, seven sheep, three arpents of cultivated land.  The census of 1693 shows Germain Doucet, age 50, wife Marie Landry, age 44, three  children, Jacques 22, Claude 18, Pierre 8,  eight  horned cattle , 12 bull or oxen, 10 pigs, 18 aprents of cultivated land.  In the census of 1699, his family is listed as Marie Landry, widow of Germain Doucet, Pierre 15, Marie 4, Jean 2, eight cows,  12 oxen or bulls, 20 aprents of cultivated land.
The above information was obtained from Robert Doucette, P.O. Box 386, E. Falmouth, Mass. 02536 in 1995.

Marguerite and Marie Landry were sisters.  Per Bona Arsenault, Vol. 1, pgs. 385 & 386.  Children's info per Bona Arsenault, Vol. 1.
 
 
 

  iv. Pierre Landry, born 1658; married Madeleine Robichaud; born 1665 in Port Royal, Acadia.

 492.  Jean Terriot, born 1601 in Martaize, France; died Bet. 1671 - 1686 in Acadia, Canada.  He married 493. Perrine Bourg.
 493.  Perrine Bourg, born Abt. 1608 in Martaize, France.

Children of Jean Terriot and Perrine Bourg are:
 246 i. Claude Terriot, born 1637 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; died September 1725 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; married Marie Gautreaux.
  ii. Jean Terriot Terriot, born 1639.
 

 494.  Francois Gautreaux, born 1613 in Martaize, France; died Bef. 1693 in Acadia, Canada.  He married 495. Edmee Lejeune.
 495.  Edmee Lejeune, born Abt. 1624 in France; died Aft. 1693.  She was the daughter of 990. Pierre LeJeune.

Notes for Francois Gautreaux:
Francois arrived in Acadia from France in 1636. He was recruitedfrom the Seigneury of Aulnay as a colonist for Acadia.

death before 1693 Census
 

Children of Francois Gautreaux and Edmee Lejeune are:
 247 i. Marie Gautreaux, born Abt. 1647 in Acadia, Canada; died November 29, 1732 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; married Claude Terriot.
  ii. Renee Gautreaux, born 1652.
  iii. Marguerite Gautreaux, born 1655; married Jacques Girouard.
  iv. Francois Gautreaux, born 1657 in Port Royal, Acadia; married Marie Brun; born Bef. 1678 in Port Royal, Acadia.
  v. Claude Gautreaux, born 1659; married Marie Terriot; born 1667 in Port Royal, Acadia.
  vi. Charles Gautreaux, born 1661; married Francoise Rimbault; born 1665 in Port Royal, Acadia.
  vii. Jeanne Gautreaux, born 1664.
  viii. Germain Gautreaux, born 1668.
  ix. Anne Gautreaux, born Abt. 1670.
 

Generation No. 10

 512.  Francois Belanger, born Abt. 1586 in St. Pierre-des Sees, Normandie, France; died Deceased in St. Pierre-des Sees, Normandie, France.  He married 513. Francoise Horlays Abt. 1611 in Calvados, Tougues, Normandy, France.
 513.  Francoise Horlays, born in St. Pierre-des Sees, Normandie, France; died Deceased in St. Pierre-des Sees, Normandie, France.

Notes for Francois Belanger:
Mason, Captain of Milice, related with Sir Pierre-Laurent-Damien Evariste Leblanc.  Francois and Francoise came to New France from the Normandie area of France around 1634 when France was promoting colonization of the new land & about 40 persons were recruited from the Province of Perche in
France & sent to New France led by Robert Giffard.(taken from the book "Champlain", Univ. of Toronto Press, by N.E. Dionne)
 

Child of Francois Belanger and Francoise Horlays is:
 256 i. Francois Belanger, born July 10, 1612 in St-Thomas de Touques, Pont-L'Eveque, Lisieux, Normandie, France; died Bet. 1685 - 1687 in L'Islet, Quebec, Canada; married Marie Guyon July 12, 1637 in Chapel of Notre Dame de Quebec in Ville de Quebec, Canada.
 

 514.  Jean Guyon, born September 18, 1592 in St Aubin de Trourouvre, Mortagne, Sees, Perche (Orne), France; died May 30, 1663 in Beauport Quebec.  He was the son of 1028. Jacques Guyon and 1029. Marie Huet.  He married 515. Mathurine Robin June 02, 1615 in St Jean, Mortagne, Sees, Perche, France.
 515.  Mathurine Robin, born Abt. 1604 in Mortagne, France; died April 16, 1662 in Beauport Quebec.  She was the daughter of 1030. Eustache Robin and 1031. Madeleine Avrard.

Notes for Jean Guyon:
listed as having arrived in New France 1634
 

More About Jean Guyon:
Baptism (LDS): April 20, 1926
Burial: May 31, 1663, Beauport Quebec

Notes for Mathurine Robin:
listed as arriving in New France in 1634 or 1636

More About Mathurine Robin:
Baptism (LDS): April 13, 1926
Burial: April 17, 1662, Beauport, Quebec

Children of Jean Guyon and Mathurine Robin are:
 257 i. Marie Guyon, born March 18, 1623/24 in St Jean de Mortagne, Normandy, Perche, France; died August 29, 1696 in Cap-St-Ignace, Quebec, Canada; married Francois Belanger July 12, 1637 in Chapel of Notre Dame de Quebec in Ville de Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Barbe Guyon, born April 19, 1617 in St Jean de Mortagne, Normandy, Perche, France; died November 27, 1700 in St Pierre, Ile d'Orleans, Quebec, Canada; married Pierre Paradis February 11, 1631/32 in St Jean, Mortage, Normandy, Perche, France; born Bet. 1587 - 1617; died Bet. 1637 - 1704.
  iii. Jean Guyon, born August 01, 1619 in St Jean, Mortage, Mormandie, France; died January 13, 1693/94 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married Elizabeth Couillard November 27, 1645 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; born February 09, 1630/31 in Stadacona, New France; died April 05, 1704 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.

Notes for Jean Guyon:
Jean was a royal land surveyor in 1667

More About Jean Guyon:
Burial: April 07, 1704, Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada

  iv. Simon Guyon, born September 02, 1621 in St Jean, Mortage, Normandie, France; died February 08, 1681/82 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Louise Racine November 10, 1653 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; born 1633 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died January 05, 1674/75 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.
  v. Claude Guyon, born April 22, 1629 in St Jean de Mortagne, Normandy, Perche, France; died February 1693/94 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married (1) Catherine Colin; born Bet. 1617 - 1639; died January 10, 1688/89 in Ste Famille, Ile d'Orleans, Quebec, Canada; married (2) Marguerite Binardiere December 01, 1688; born Bet. 1628 - 1671; died Bet. 1692 - 1760.

More About Claude Guyon:
Burial: February 23, 1693/94, Quebec, Quebec, Canada

  vi. Denis Guyon, born June 30, 1631 in St Jean de Mortagne, Normandy, Perche, France; died August 30, 1685 in Stadacona, New France; married Elisabeth Boucher Bet. 1650 - 1674; born 1634; died September 24, 1685 in Notre-Dame-de-Quebec.
  vii. Michel Guyon, born March 03, 1633/34 in St Jean de Mortagne, Normandy, Perche, France; died January 07, 1703/04 in Barbel, Quebec, Canada; married Genevieve Marsolet September 04, 1662; born Abt. 1634; died December 1702 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada.

More About Genevieve Marsolet:
Burial: December 17, 1702, Neuville, Quebec, Canada

  viii. Francios Guyon, born December 07, 1639 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died March 05, 1717/18 in Beauport Quebec; married Marie Madeleine Marsolet September 04, 1662; born Abt. 1640 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1668 - 1734.
  ix. Noel Guyon, born August 27, 1638 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died September 11, 1638 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
  x. Marie Guyon, born January 29, 1626/27 in St Jean, Martagne, Perche, France; died Bet. 1628 - 1721.
 

 516.  Zacharie Cloutier, born 1590 in St. Jean de Mortagnes, Sees, Perche, France; died September 17, 1677 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 1032. Denis Cloutier and 1033. Renee Briere.  He married 517. Sainte Dupont July 16, 1616 in St-Jean de Mortagne, Sees, Perche, France.
 517.  Sainte Dupont, born Abt. 1596 in Mortagne, Sees, Perche, France; died July 13, 1680 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 1034. Paul-Michael Dupont and 1035. Perrine X.

Notes for Zacharie Cloutier:
hired 3/14/1634 at Mortagne by Robert Giffard.  Given the rear part of the fief of LaCloutiererie in Beauport, Quebec on the same date.  He subsequently sold it to Nicolas Dupont on 12/20/1670.  the details of Zacherie's ancestors and family are available on "MSGCG, P.106-113"
Set sail from the port of Dieppe in mid-April, 1634, accompanied by his family.  The fleet consisted of four ships under the command of DUPLESSIS-BOCHARD.  Arrived in Quebec on June 4th, 1634.  Helped to establish the fort at Beauport.

On 2/3/1637 he was granted 1000 arpents of land at Beauport, situated on the St Lawrence River, with two-tenths of a mile frontage on the river, extending north for four and 6/10 miles.
 

Zacharie Cloutier was thought to have been born at Mortagne au Perche a small hamlet about 150 kilometres southwest of Paris, France, the son of Denis Cloutier and Renee Briere. He was one of seven siblings and through the second marriage of his father after the death of Renee, he had three additional step siblings.

At the age of 28, Zacharie married Xainte Dupont in the year 1616. Together they raised six children, Zacharie II and five other children. It was about the year 1632 when Robert Giffard, who had previously sailed to New France with Samuel D. Champlain, came to Mortagne to recruit settlers for his Seigneurie in New France. Intrigued by the option, Cloutier a master carpenter, sailed in the year 1634 along with his family to New France. After a two year period of working for Giffard, Zacharie took possesion of the 'fief' granted to them by Giffard and named it 'La Clouterie'.
 

On 18 Jul 1616, Zacharie, the oldest son, married Sainte (also Xainte) Dupart at St. Jean de Mortagne au perche, Departement de l'Orne, France. Sainte had been born at Feings in 1596 and was the widow of Michel Lermusier.

Zacharie and Sainte had six children while still living in Mortagne. They were: Zacherie, 1617; Jean, 1620, Xaintes, 1622; Anne, 1626; Charles, 1629 and Louise, 1632. Little Zainte died 19 Sept 1632. Thus five children accompanied their parents to New France.

Zacharie signed a contract of servitude with surgeon Robert Gifford, on 14 Mar 1634 and it was stipulated that Gifford would pay passage plus food and lodging in Canada for a period of three years. Each man would be given a few head of livestock plus one thousand arpends of land with the right to build on it, in addition to the right to hunt, fish and trade with the Indians.

By 22 Jul 1634, the master carpenter Zacharie Cloutier and master-mason Jean Guyon were hard at work constructing a manor house for their lord, a parish church and Fort St-Louis in Québec.

On 27 Jul 1636, Zacharie made a marriage contract with Robert Drouin for him to marry Anne, Zacharie's ten and a half year old daughter, with the agreement that the marriage would not be consummated until Anne was thirteen.

Zacherie prospered in Quebec, acquiring land and money until his death on 17 Nov 1677. Xainte died three years later on 14 Jul 1680.
 
 

Children of Zacharie Cloutier and Sainte Dupont are:
 258 i. Zacherie Cloutier, born August 16, 1617 in St-Jean de Mortagne, Sees, Perche, France; died February 03, 1707/08 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married Madelein-Barbe Emard April 04, 1648 in St-Barthelemi, La Rochelle, Aunis, France.
  ii. Sainte Cloutier, born November 01, 1622 in St. Jean de Mortagnes, Sees, Perche, France; died September 19, 1632 in St. Jean de Mortagnes, Sees, Perche, France.
  iii. Charles Cloutier, born May 03, 1629 in St. Jean de Mortagnes, Sees, Perche, France; died June 05, 1709 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married (1) Louise Morin; married (2) Louise Morin April 20, 1659 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
  iv. Louise Cloutier, born March 18, 1631/32 in St. Jean de Mortagnes, Sees, Perche, France; died Deceased; married (1) Francois Marguerie 1645; died Deceased; married (2) Jean Mignot Bet. 1646 - 1679; born Bet. 1615 - 1635; died Bet. 1649 - 1679.
  v. Jean Cloutier, born May 13, 1620 in St. Jean de Mortagnes, Sees, Perche, France; died October 16, 1690 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married Marie Martin January 21, 1647/48 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; born April 10, 1635 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died April 25, 1699 in Chateau, Richer, Quebec, Canada.

Notes for Jean Cloutier:
Jean built his home in Chateau-Richer, it was his descendants who kept the ancestral home for nearly three hundred centuries.  It still stands today!
 

  vi. Anne Cloutier, born January 19, 1625/26 in St. Jean de Mortagnes, Sees, Perche, France; died February 05, 1647/48 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Robert Drouin July 12, 1637 in Quebec, Canada; born August 06, 1607 in St-Barthelemi du Pin-la-Garenne, Mortagne, Sees, Perche, France; died June 01, 1685 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.

Notes for Robert Drouin:
He was in Canada in 1636 and in 1641, he already had a farm near the Rivière aux Chiens (river of dogs). His marriage contract of July 27 1636, (one year after the religious ceremony) which was concluded in the house of Robert Giffard and executed by Jean Guyon du Buisson in the absence of a notary, is the oldest marriage document preserved in the original in Canada. It seems that he is the ancestor of all Drouin in the country.
 
 
 

 518.  Jean Emard, born in St-Andre de Niort, Poitiers, France; died in St-Andre de Niort, Poitiers.  He married 519. Marie Bineau April 04, 1648 in St Barthelemi La Rochelle.
 519.  Marie Bineau, born in St-Andre de Niort; died May 17, 1708 in Chateau Richer, Montmorency I, Quebec, canada.

Notes for Marie Bineau:
she never came to Canada
 

Children of Jean Emard and Marie Bineau are:
 259 i. Madelein-Barbe Emard, born August 01, 1626 in St-Andre de Niort, Poitiers; died May 28, 1708 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married Zacherie Cloutier April 04, 1648 in St-Barthelemi, La Rochelle, Aunis, France.
  ii. Barbe Emard, died Deceased; married Gilles Michel; died Deceased.

Notes for Barbe Emard:
this may be the same person as Jeanne Emard

  iii. Jeanne Emard, born August 03, 1625 in St-Andre de Niort, Poitiers; died Deceased.
  iv. Anne Emard, born October 22, 1627 in St-Andre de Niort, Poitiers; died Deceased; married Guillaume Couture 1649; died Deceased.
 

 520.  Pierre Gagnon, born 1572; died Bet. 1630 - 1633 in La Ventrouze, Tourouvre, Mortagne, Perche, France.  He was the son of 1040. Barnabe Gagnon and 1041. Francoise Creste.  He married 521. Renee Roger 1597 in Tourouvre, Mortagne, Perche, France.
 521.  Renee Roger, died Bet. 1633 - 1640 in Beaupre, Quebec, Canada.

Notes for Pierre Gagnon:
worked at LaGaignonniere in the parish of St-Aubin de Tourouvre, then at La Ventrouze
Pierre never went to Quebec

Their names were Mathurin, Jean, Pierre and Robert GAGNON. The first three were brothers and the fourth was their cousin. They came to New France at a time when the
colony offered wealth only to those who worked hard. These men started the extensive GAGNON families which are now found in all four corners of Québec, Canada and, no
doubt, America. They came from Perche where their atronymic had not yet taken the form it has today. The records, the various contracts, and the agreements, speak of
Gaignon, Gangnon, Gaignons, Gaignon or GAGNON but GAGNON itself rarely appears. The pronunciation commonly used on this side of the Atlantic is responsible for the name's change. Just outside Tourouvre, in the area known as La Gaignonnière, is thought to be where the children of Pierre GAGNON and Magdeleine (or Renée) Roger were born: arguerite,
in 1598; Louys, in 1604; Jean, in 1610 and Pierre, in 1616. Vestiges of La Gaignonnière still exist today but, inevitably perhaps, the cradle of the family came to be known as La Cannonière.

While this family was being forgotten in Perche, it was taking root in the soil of New France. It all starts with Marguerite GAGNON, wife of Éloi Tavernier. The couple seems
to have come through the area sometime before 1640, leading Marguerite's brothers to do the same soon after. Over the years, Mathurin, Jean and Pierre GAGNON stick together, the embodiment of family loyalty. Together, they settle "on the Beaupré shore",between Château-Richer and Sainte-Anne. In the winter, the three men prefer to live in Québec where they forget about farming and become merchants. On August 14, 1651,still together, they acquire the concession rights to a plot on Place de la Basse-Ville where they will build a house. Having done quite well from agriculture and commerce, they purchase a store a few years later, on October 6, 1658. As busy as they are making money, the three men are already seeing to the well-being of
their families. In Québec, on July 29, 1640, Jean marries Marguerite Cochon, originally from Dieppe, Normandy. He was the first of the three brothers to get married. The couple
had eight children. However, Jean would not have very many direct descendants. His daughters would help perpetuate the names of the men they married: Jeanne married Jean Chapeleau, Renée married Jean Houmet and Marguerite married Jean Caron.
 
 

Notes for Renee Roger:
arrived in Quebec before 1640 with her sons Mathurin, Pierre, and Jean
 

Children of Pierre Gagnon and Renee Roger are:
 260 i. Pierre Gagnon, born February 14, 1611/12 in Ste-Madeleine de La Ventrouze, Tourouvre, Mortagne, Perce, France; died April 17, 1699 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married Vincente Desvarieux September 14, 1642 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Marguerite Gagnon, born October 05, 1598 in St-Aubin de Tourouvre, Mortagne, Chartres, Perche, France; died Deceased; married Eloi Tavernier 1624; died Deceased.
  iii. Noel Gagnon, born August 31, 1601 in Tourouvre, Mortagne, Perche, France; died Deceased in France.
  iv. Louis Gagnon, born January 15, 1603/04 in Tourouvre, Mortagne, Perche, France; died Deceased; married Toussaine deLepine February 18, 1632/33 in La Ventrouze, Tourouvre, Mortagne, Perche, France; died Deceased.
  v. Mathurin Gagnon, born October 22, 1606 in Tourouvre, Mortagne, Perche, France; died Deceased.
  vi. Mathurine Gagnon, born Abt. 1608 in Tourouvre, Mortagne, Perche, France; died Deceased.
  vii. Jean Gagnon, born August 13, 1610 in Tourouvre, Mortagne, Perche, France; died Deceased; married Marguerite Cauchon July 29, 1640 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.
 

 522.  Jean Desvarieu, died Deceased.  He married 523. Marie Chevalier.
 523.  Marie Chevalier, died Deceased.

Child of Jean Desvarieu and Marie Chevalier is:
 261 i. Vincente Desvarieux, born Bet. 1619 - 1624 in St-Vincent d'Aubermail, Caux, Le Havre, Rouen, Normandie, France; died January 02, 1694/95 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married Pierre Gagnon September 14, 1642 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
 

 524.  Julien Fortin, born Abt. 1599 in Maine, France; died January 30, 1678/79 in Notre-Dame de Vair, Mamers, Le Mans, Maine, France.  He was the son of 1048. Simon Fortin.  He married 525. Marie Lavye November 26, 1619 in Notre-Dame de Vair, Mamers, Le Mans, Maine, France.
 525.  Marie Lavye, born Abt. 1599 in Maine, France; died November 24, 1628 in Notre-Dame de Vair, Mamers, Le Mans, Maine, France.  She was the daughter of 1050. Gervais Lavye.

Child of Julien Fortin and Marie Lavye is:
 262 i. Julien Fortin, born February 09, 1620/21 in Notre-Dame de Vair, Mamers, Le Mans, Maine, France; died August 10, 1692 in Hotel-Dieu, Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Genevieve Gamache November 11, 1652 in Quebec, Canada.
 

 526.  Nicolas Dit Lamarre Gamache, born Abt. 1594 in Perche of Pin, Seine, Paris, France; died 1635.  He married 527. Jacqueline Cadot.
 527.  Jacqueline Cadot, born Abt. 1600 in Perche of Pin, Seine, Paris, France; died Deceased.

Children of Nicolas Gamache and Jacqueline Cadot are:
 263 i. Genevieve Gamache, born Abt. 1636 in St-Illiers-la-Ville, Mantes-la-Jolie, Chartres, France; died November 05, 1709 in L'Islet, Quebec, Canada; married Julien Fortin November 11, 1652 in Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Nicolas Gamache, born Bet. 1630 - 1659 in St Illiers la Ville, Chartres; died October 30, 1699 in Cap St. Ignace, Quebec, Canada; married Elisabeth-Ursule Cloutier November 09, 1676; born 1660; died October 24, 1699.

Notes for Nicolas Gamache:
It is generally believed that Nicolas Gamache arrived to News-France about 1652. Wire of Nicolas and Jacqueline Cadot, it was accompanied by his half-brother, Jacques, and of his half-sister, Genevieve. However, one finds no trace of the pioneer in the censuses of 1666 and 1667. However, Jacques then cultivates a batch in the seigniory of Bowsprit and Genevieve lives not far from there with her husband, Julien Fortin says Bellefontaine. It is supposed that Nicolas devoted himself to the draft of the fur skins and that it was absent from valley of the St. Lawrence at the time of the statement of the population.
In any case, it is back in 1670, because his/her brother-in-law concedes a ground to him. Fort says Bellefontaine had bought a eighth of the seigniory of Bowsprit and a eighth of the island of Orleans in 1657 and had resold these fields five years later with Mgr François of Laval, but undoubtedly it had reserved a significant real estate on the coast. Was Nicolas there too much with the narrow one? November 3, 1672, the Talon intendant rewards his hunter. This day, it concedes jointly in Nicolas Gamache and Louis Gagné known as Bellavance a ground of one half-league (42 arpents) of face on the St. Lawrence by one mile of depth, between those of Genevieve de Chavigny, widow of the delicatessen and tradesman Charles Amyot, and of Guillaume Fournier. New the propiétaires will enjoy their ground set up in stronghold and seigniory. Three years later, Gagné receives a new concession of ten arpents face, immediately in the west of the preceding one.
November 8, 1676, Nicolas Gamache signs a marriage contract in front of the notary Paul Vachon with Elisabeth-Ursule Cloutier, girls of Charles and Louise Morin. The following day, the couple receives the bridal blessing with the Castle-Richer. Nicolas is installed on the field that and Gained to him received. It is besides there that will be born his/her ten children. The five first are wire. Four of them will found in their turn of the hearths: Louise in 1702 with Miville Angelica, girl of François and Marie Langlois (12 children including 8 wire); Nicolas in 1705 with Marie Guyon, girl of François-Xavier and Marie Clotus (10 children including 5 wire); Augustin in 1711 with Marguerite Guyon, sister of the preceding one (Marie died with the birth of a first wire just as this last), then, in 1713 with Louise Charon, girl of Pierre and Marie Bernier (2 twins deceased the same day at the age of almost three months and a girl).
Then are born four girls. Elisabeth and Anne marry two brothers, Pierre and Jean Richard, in 1709 and 1713 respectively, and give ten children to each one. In 1711, Genevieve Marie with Joseph Hudon, but the union will be without posterity. And in 1722, Marie is led to the furnace bridge by Louis Guyon (7 children). It is a son who will be born in the last, Louis, who seems to have contracted two marriages. One knows little thing of his first wife, except that it gave him a son. One knows better his second, Genevieve Bélanger, who gave him ten children including six wire. November 1, 1689, Nicolas Gamache and Louis Gagné decide not to exert their right of ownership jointly more. They divide their seigniory. Nicolas preserves the part is, broad 21 arpents.
Consequently, the concession of Gamache will bear its name or will be indicated like the seigniory of Ilette, and that of Gained, in addition to carrying its patronym, will receive the name of Fresnaye; the owner became one Gained known as Bellavance and sior of Fresnaye. October 23, 1699, Nicolas Gamache lost his wife. A few days later, it died in its turn. It had not been forgotten that the couple had liberally yielded the ground necessary to the first church of the Cape-Saint-Ignace: October 29, 1728, one carried out the translation of the remainders of these pioneers from the old church in the news. C.est the elder one of wire, Louis, who had become lord of Ilette to the death of his father. In 1744, the church being "ready to fall to the sea", it gives a ground to set up a news of it, in the condition y of having its bench seigneurial. One will set up a comfortable presbytery which will be also used for the worship while waiting for construction of the new parochial temple, but this one, on decision of the bishop, Mgr de Pontbriand, will be rather established in the Handle-with-Gilles. He resulted from it, written Mr. Philippe Pâquet, who carried out research on the Gamache family, of the interminable quarrels.
It is undoubtedly for that, notices it, that the Dolbec priest left the parish of the Cape-Saint-Ignace to become the first priest of Islet which it had served for four years. But the Gamache manor survived so far these quarrels and it was classified historic building in 1955. Between 1978 and 1985, it underwent significant work of restoration. One can see the old back frontage of this worthy house by precisely borrowing the street of the Manor-Gamache, in the Cape-Saint-Ignace. It is one of the most beautiful buildings of the locality, with its bored sloping roof of attic windows and its hardcore walls bound by a mortar which defies centuries.
Nicolas Gamache was originating in a small borough become the commune of Saint-Illiers-la-Ville. If from Paris one borrows N 13 towards Rouen, one reaches Mantes-the-Pretty (to approximately 25 km in the west of Saint-Germain-en-Laye), then the Rosny-on-Seine (8 km). Here small D 114 begins which passes under motorway 13: Saint-Illiers is only to 9 km, south-western direction.
And the descendants of the Nicolas ancestor will be very happy to find there a small panel road indicating the situation of the hamlet of Gamacherie, just as a pleasant property of countryside, Large Gamacherie. One is at home!
 
 

 550.  Etienne Hebert, born 1625 in La Haye, Descartes, Touraine, France; died Abt. 1670 in Acadia, Canada.  He was the son of 1100. Jacques Hebert and 1101. Marie Juneau.  He married 551. Marie Gaudet Abt. 1650 in Acadia, Canada.
 551.  Marie Gaudet, born in Martaize, Loudun, Vienne, France; died July 30, 1710 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.  She was the daughter of 1102. Jean Gaudet and 1103. Marie D'Aussy.

Notes for Etienne Hebert:
Etienne emigrated with his older brother Antoine circa 1640
married 1650 Port Royal, Acadia
 

Child of Etienne Hebert and Marie Gaudet is:
 275 i. Martine Hebert, born Abt. 1665 in Acadia, Canada; died Deceased; married Nicolas Barillot 1682.
 

 558.  Jean Denys Sale, born Abt. 1580 in Cougnes, La Rochelle, France; died Bet. 1601 - 1671.  He married 559. Francoise Arnaud.
 559.  Francoise Arnaud, born Abt. 1585 in Cougnes, La Rochelle, France; died Deceased.

Child of Jean Sale and Francoise Arnaud is:
 279 i. Marie Sale, born 1600 in Mortagbe-Au-P, Oren, France; died Aft. 1686 in Canada; married (1) Jean Claude L'Andry Abt. 1615 in Orne, France; married (2) Martin Aucoin January 20, 1630/31.
 

 560.  Germain Doucet Dit La Verdure, born 1595 in Conflans, En-Brye, France; died Aft. 1654 in France.  He married 561. Marie Bourgeois Abt. 1620 in France.
 561.  Marie Bourgeois, born Bet. 1582 - 1608 in France; died Bet. 1633 - 1696 in France.  She was the daughter of 1122. Jacob Bourgeois.

Notes for Germain Doucet Dit La Verdure:
The first Doucet to come to Acadia and the ancestor of all persons bearing that name in Acadia, was Germain Sieur de La Verdure, and he was later known in the history of Port Royal as La Verdure.  He came from the parish of Couperans in Brie, France.  He arrived in Acadia at La Heve on September 8, 1632 with Governor Isaac de Razilly.  Germain Doucet was a trusted friend of Charles de Menou de Charnisay, Sieur d'Aulnay, who was a cousin of Razilly, and on Razilly's death, d'Aulnay became Lieutenant General of Acadia in 1638.  Germain Doucet brought with him from France, his wife (whose maiden name was Bourgeois because Germain mentioned that  Jacques Bourgeois was his brother-in-law) and his two children, Pierre, born in 1621 and Marguerite born in 1630.  Marguerite later married Abraham Dugas.
Germain Doucet, dit La Verdure, was a military captain who came to Acadia with a troop of recruits, which included Jacques Bourgeois, military surgeon, and Abraham Dugas, armourer.  Doucet's   name is first mentioned in the Acadian registry on July 14, 1640, with the title "Arms Captain of  Pentagoet", when he brought charges against La Tour, the rival in Acadia of Governor d'Aulnay.  Doucet was a trusted friend of Governor d'Aulnay and was in the Governor's last will and testament written January 20, 1649 at Port Royal.  He speaks of Germain Doucet, dit La Verdure of the parish of Couperans in Brie, prays for La Verdure and his wife and specifically mentions a bequest to La Verdure and his wife of "50 ecus" per annum to be paid during their lifetime.   The Governor died suddenly on May 24, 1650 when his canoe capsized in Port Royal basin.  He left a wife and eight young children.  In Acadia, the administration of the estate was finally awarded jointly to d'Aulnay's widow and Germain Doucet dit La Verdure who became overseer of the children's guardian.
The widow of d'Aulnay remarried at Port Royal on February 24, 1653 to La Tour and their marriage contract was signed by La Verdure and his brother-in-law Bourgeois.  The La Tours went to live at his St. John River Fort leaving Port Royal in charge of Germain Doucet as military captain on behalf of d'Aulnay's minor children who were living at Port Royal.
In France, Emmanuel Le Borgne, a La Rochelle merchant, obtained a court judgement against the estate of d'Aulnay and he came to Acadia in 1653 to take possession.  He set himself up at Port Royal as "Seigneur" (Lord), and soon decided to seize all of Acadia.  He was making plans to attack La Tour at St. John when the English from Boston attacked Port Royal.
In August 1654, when Colonel Robert Sedgwick attacked Port Royal with six hundred Bostonians, Germain Doucet was Military Commandent of Port Royal under Le Borgne, who had come from France to take possession of d'Aulnay's estate.  Le Borgne sent out a small detachment under a sergeant to fight about three hundred English who had landed to attack the fort.  When the sergeant was killed, the troops returned to the fort.  Le Borgne, who was a La Rochelle merchant, not a colonist or soldier, decided to capitulate the town and the fort, hoping to save himself and his ship, the Chateauford, as he claimed to be merely a private citizen and merchant.
The capitulation was negotiated by Germain Doucet in his capacity as Commanding Officer and as deputy guardian of minor children of d'Aulnay.  Sedgwick restored nothing to Le Borgne, but La Verdure obtained honorable terms for his soldiers and transportation for them to France.  He also received favorable consideration for the children of d'Aulnay, who had much property at Port Royal. The inhabitants were permitted to remain, with liberty of conscience, and to enjoy their property or to sell it and return to France.  The missionary priests were also permitted to remain,  if they chose, provided they lived two or three leagues from the fort.  Most of the inhabitants remained in Acadia, but the military and civil officials in accordance with the terms of the capitulation of Port Royal returned to France in 1654.  Among these were Germain Doucet and his wife.  In Acadia, he left his two married children, one daughter and one son, Pierre, who became ancestor of all the Acadian Doucets.
Germain Doucet, Sieur de La Verdure, on his return to France on October 13, 1660, wrote a letter from Villy to the Demoiselle de Charnisay in which he gave particulars about the furs seized by Le Borgne, and he estimated their value.
  The above information was put together by Wilfred Doucette, Ottawa, Canada, and obtained from Robert Doucette, P.O. Box 386, E. Falmouth, Mass. 02536 in 1995.

Children of Germain La Verdure and Marie Bourgeois are:
 280 i. Pierre Doucet, born 1621 in France; died June 01, 1713 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; married (1) Henriette Pelletret. 1640 in France; married (3) Henriette Pelletret 1662 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  ii. Marguerite Louise Doucet, born 1630 in France; died Bet. 1653 - 1724; married Abraham Dugas 1647 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; born 1616 in Toulouse, France; died Bet. 1652 - 1707.

Notes for Abraham Dugas:
Armourer - Lieutenant General
Abraham Dugas was born 1616 in St Anne Auray, Brittany , and died Aft 1698 in Port Royal, Acadia. He married Marguerite Louise Doucet Abt 1645 in Port Royal, Acadia, daughter of Germain Doucet and Marie Bourgeois. Abraham was "armorer of the King" and Lieutenant General in Acadie, where he arrived in 1640. In 1671 census of Port Royal he is listed as a plowman having 16 arpents of cleared land. Lt.Gen. at Port Royal was probably a civil administrator and judge rather than military
 
 

 564.  Jean Claude L'Andry, born 1593 in La Ventrouze, Mortagne, FranceFrance; died Abt. 1617 in Laventrouze, Mortagne, Perche, France.  He married 279. Marie Sale Abt. 1615 in Orne, France.
 279.  Marie Sale, born 1600 in Mortagbe-Au-P, Oren, France; died Aft. 1686 in Canada.  She was the daughter of 558. Jean Denys Sale and 559. Francoise Arnaud.

Notes for Marie Sale:
Marie married Jean Claude Landry about 1617 in Laventrouze, Mortagne, Perche, France 48. (Jean Claude Landry was born in 1593 in Laventrouze, Mortagne, Perche, France 48 and died before 1631 8.)

Marie also married Martin Aucoin on 20 Jan 1631 in Aunis, France 48. (Martin Aucoin was born in 1595 in St Barthelemy, La Rochelle, France 48 and died after 1650 in Port Royal, Acadia 8.)
 

Children of Jean L'Andry and Marie Sale are:
  i. Antoinette Landry, born Abt. 1618 in France; died Aft. 1686 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; married Antoine Bourg Abt. 1636 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; born Abt. 1609 in Martaize, Loudun, France; died Abt. 1686 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.
  ii. Rene L'Andry, born in La Chausse, Vienne, France; died Abt. 1692 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; married Marie Bernard Abt. 1659 in France; born Abt. 1645 in France; died January 11, 1718/19 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.
 282 iii. Rene Landry, born 1618 in La Chausse, Loudun, Vienne, France; died 1686 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; married (1) Perrine Bourg Abt. 1640 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; married (2) Perrine Bourg Abt. 1645.
 

 566.  Unknown Bourge, born 1583 in Loudun, Vienne, France/Loudun, France; died in Touraine, Poitou, France.  He married 567. Unknown.
 567.  Unknown

Child of Unknown Bourge and Unknown is:
 283 i. Perrine Bourg, born 1622 in Loudun, Vienne, France; died 1686 in Acadia, Canada; married (1) Simon Peltret; married (2) Rene Landry Abt. 1640 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.
 

 574.  Pierre Lejeune, born 1596 in Martaize, Loudun, Vienne, France; died Aft. 1640 in Acadia.

Child of Pierre Lejeune is:
 287 i. Catherine Lejeune, born May 1633 in France; died Bef. 1678 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; married Francois Savoie.
 

 576.  Clement Jouineau, born Bet. 1547 - 1576; died Bet. 1601 - 1661.  He married 577. Catherine Vergneau.
 577.  Catherine Vergneau, born Bet. 1556 - 1579; died Bet. 1601 - 1667.

Child of Clement Jouineau and Catherine Vergneau is:
 288 i. Jean Jouineau, born 1598 in La Rochelle, Poitou, France; died June 24, 1672 in St Augustin, Portneuf, Quebec, Canada; married Marie Billaud 1628 in La Rochelle, Charente-Martim, Aunis, France.
 

 624.  Andre Dubois, born Abt. 1564 in Cisse, France; died October 19, 1634 in Cisse, France.  He married 625. Esther Unknown.
 625.  Esther Unknown, born Bet. 1560 - 1579; died Bet. 1586 - 1664.

Child of Andre Dubois and Esther Unknown is:
 312 i. Louis Dubois, born Bet. 1586 - 1616; died Bet. 1642 - 1701; married Jeanne Naudin January 21, 1635/36 in Cisse,  France.
 

 626.  Mauthurin Naudin, born Abt. 1572; died April 29, 1642 in Cisse, France.  He married 627. Louise Goda.
 627.  Louise Goda, born Abt. 1582; died April 02, 1642 in Cisse, France.

Child of Mauthurin Naudin and Louise Goda is:
 313 i. Jeanne Naudin, born Bet. 1596 - 1620; died Bet. 1642 - 1708; married Louis Dubois January 21, 1635/36 in Cisse,  France.
 

 636.  Thomas Smith, born in England; died Deceased.

Child of Thomas Smith is:
 318 i. George Smith, born Abt. 1595 in England; died 1661 in Ipswich, Mass.; married Temperance Unknown Abt. 1620 in England.
 

 688.  Jean Sicard, born Bet. 1537 - 1569; died Bet. 1594 - 1656.  He was the son of 1376. Raymond Sicard and 1377. Catherine De Salhayret.  He married 689. Anne StMaurice 1589.
 689.  Anne StMaurice, born Bet. 1545 - 1572; died Bet. 1594 - 1662.

Child of Jean Sicard and Anne StMaurice is:
 344 i. Jean Sicard, born 1600 in Castres, Haut-Languedoc, France; died Bet. 1613 - 1696; married Martha De St Paul January 16, 1629/30 in France.
 

 690.  Abel De StPaul, born Bet. 1542 - 1594; died Bet. 1581 - 1673.

Child of Abel De StPaul is:
 345 i. Martha De St Paul, born 1610 in Castres, Haut-Languedoc, France; died Bet. 1613 - 1705; married Jean Sicard January 16, 1629/30 in France.
 

 700.  Jean Martin, born Abt. 1551 in Xiste; died Bet. 1592 - 1642.  He married 701. D'Isabelle Cote.
 701.  D'Isabelle Cote, born Abt. 1567; died Bet. 1593 - 1661.

Child of Jean Martin and D'Isabelle Cote is:
 350 i. Abraham Lecossais Martin, born 1589 in Scotland; died September 08, 1664 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Marguerite Langlois October 24, 1624 in France.
 

 702.  Guillaume Langlois, born 1581 in St. Leonard Des Parcs, Orne, France; died Bef. July 25, 1634 in France.  He married 703. Jeanne Millet Bet. 1600 - 1624 in Normandie, France.
 703.  Jeanne Millet, born 1585 in St. Leonard Des Parcs, Orne, France; died Bet. 1610 - 1679 in France.  She was the daughter of 1406. Jacques Millet and 1407. Jeanne Vincent.

Notes for Guillaume Langlois:
some say he was born in 1566

Children of Guillaume Langlois and Jeanne Millet are:
 351 i. Marguerite Langlois, born in France; died December 17, 1665 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Abraham Lecossais Martin October 24, 1624 in France.
  ii. Jean Langlois, born Abt. 1606 in St Leonard, Des Parcs, Normandie, france; died Aft. September 01, 1658 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
  iii. Marie Catherine Langlois, born Bet. 1588 - 1609 in France; died January 14, 1660/61 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Jean Juchereau June 01, 1621 in France; born March 31, 1592 in France; died February 07, 1670/71 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada.
  iv. Francoise Langlois, born Bet. 1594 - 1599 in Calvados, Normandie, France; died December 17, 1665 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Pierre Desportes Abt. 1614 in Lisieux, Normandie, France; born Abt. 1590 in Lisieux, Normandie, France; died Aft. May 18, 1629 in France.

Notes for Francoise Langlois:
Francoise died as a result of a shipwreck.  On May 18, 1629 a ship that carried Pierre and Francoise Desports was sunk in a French harbor.

Notes for Pierre Desportes:
Went to Quebec in 1619, and probably went to FRANCE after the taking of Quebec by Kirk (JUly 24, 1629).  Pierre died as a result of a shipwreck.  Pierre was one of the member of the Company of One Hundred Associates (Your Ancient Canadian Family ties).
 
 

 896.  Jean Trudel, born 1603 in Orne, Perche, Mortagne, France; died December 30, 1652 in Courgeoust, Mortagne, Perche, France.  He was the son of 1792. Jacques Trudel and 1793. Francoise Revel.  He married 897. Marquerite Noyer.
 897.  Marquerite Noyer, born 1605 in Parfondefal, Orne, France; died December 30, 1652.

Child of Jean Trudel and Marquerite Noyer is:
 448 i. Jean Trudel, born 1629 in Poitiers, Poitou, Parfondeval, France; died November 25, 1699 in L'ange Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada; married Marquerite Thomas.
 

 898.  Jean Thomas, born Abt. 1600 in Belguim; died Deceased.  He married 899. Marguerite Fredeux Fredry.
 899.  Marguerite Fredeux Fredry, born Abt. 1600 in Belguim; died Deceased.

Child of Jean Thomas and Marguerite Fredry is:
 449 i. Marquerite Thomas, born 1634 in Stavelot, Liege, Belgium; died August 30, 1695 in L'ange Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada; married Jean Trudel.
 

 900.  Jean Mathieu, born 1610 in France; died April 29, 1699 in L'ange Gardien, Quebec, Canada.  He married 901. Isabelle Monnachau.
 901.  Isabelle Monnachau, born Abt. 1615 in Montignac, Coulonges, Angouleme, France; died Deceased in France.

Child of Jean Mathieu and Isabelle Monnachau is:
 450 i. Jean Mathieu, born 1637 in Montignac, Coulonges, Angouleme, France; died May 01, 1699 in L'ange, Quebec, Canada; married Anne Du Tertre June 28, 1669.
 

 902.  Rene Du Tertre, born 1627 in France; died September 25, 1699 in L'ange Gardien, Quebec, Canada.  He married 903. Louise-Anne Goulet.
 903.  Louise-Anne Goulet, born August 26, 1628 in Tourouvre, Mortagne, Perche, France; died September 02, 1699 in L'ange Gardien, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 1806. Thomas Goulet and 1807. Marie Chalumel.

Child of Rene Du Tertre and Louise-Anne Goulet is:
 451 i. Anne Du Tertre, born 1654 in Of Poterir, Chartres, Nr Paris, France; died April 14, 1696 in L'ange Gardien, Quebec, Canada; married Jean Mathieu June 28, 1669.
 

 908.  Pierre Voyer, born Abt. 1607 in Marolles, Mans, Maine, France; died Deceased.  He married 909. Marguerite Tourgnon.
 909.  Marguerite Tourgnon, born Abt. 1610; died Deceased.

Child of Pierre Voyer and Marguerite Tourgnon is:
 454 i. Pierre Voyer, born 1630 in Merolle, Les-Braults, Maine, Sarthe, France; died November 14, 1695 in Chateau Richter, Qbc, Can; married Marle Catherine Crampon December 01, 1662 in Chateau Richter, Qbc, Can.
 

 910.  Jean Crampon, born Abt. 1616 in St. Sulpice, Paris, St. Germain, France; died Deceased.  He married 911. Helen Richard.
 911.  Helen Richard, born Abt. 1620 in St. Sulpice, Paris, St. Germain, France; died Deceased.

Child of Jean Crampon and Helen Richard is:
 455 i. Marle Catherine Crampon, born 1642 in Marolle, Lemans, France; died July 06, 1699 in Lange Gardien Monteregie, Quebec, Canada; married Pierre Voyer December 01, 1662 in Chateau Richter, Qbc, Can.
 

 916.  Jean Clement-Lapointe, born 1601 in Nancy, Lorraine, Meurthe Moselle, France; died in Lorraine, France.  He married 917. Madeleine Anne Martin 1625 in Nancy, Lorraine, France.
 917.  Madeleine Anne Martin, born 1605 in Nancy, Lorraine, Meurthe Moselle, France; died in Lorraine, France.

Child of Jean Clement-Lapointe and Madeleine Martin is:
 458 i. Jean Clement LaPointe, born 1626 in Nancy, Lorraine, Meurthe Moselle, France; died in Laprairie, Laprairie, Quebec, Canada; married Madeleine Surget.
 

 918.  Francois Surget, born 1606 in De Soubise, Rochefort, Saintes Saintong, France; died in De Soubise, Rochefort, Saintes Saintong, France.  He married 919. Marguerite Gravel.
 919.  Marguerite Gravel, born 1610 in De Soubise, Rochefort, Saintes Saintong, France; died Deceased.

Child of Francois Surget and Marguerite Gravel is:
 459 i. Madeleine Surget, born 1638 in Soubise, Rochefort, Saintes, France; died Bef. February 28, 1696/97 in L'ange Gardien, Quebec, Canada; married Jean Clement LaPointe.
 

 920.  Francois Hamel, born 1599 in Normandie, France; died Deceased.

Notes for Francois Hamel:
Francois Hamel had twin Sons, Jean and Charles for married twin sisters!
 

Children of Francois Hamel are:
 460 i. Jean Hamel, born 1636 in St Aubin, Normandie, France; died October 13, 1678 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada; married Mary Auvray Abt. 1660.
  ii. Charles Hamel
 

 924.  Noel Levasseur, died Deceased in France.  He married 925. Genevieve Gauche.
 925.  Genevieve Gauche, died Deceased in France.

Child of Noel Levasseur and Genevieve Gauche is:
 462 i. Jean Levasseur, born Abt. 1616 in St Leu et St Giles de Paris, France; died 1686 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada; married Marguerite Richard.
 

 926.  Nicolas Richard, died Deceased.  He married 927. Jeanne Bonnet.
 927.  Jeanne Bonnet, died Deceased in France.

Child of Nicolas Richard and Jeanne Bonnet is:
 463 i. Marguerite Richard, born Abt. 1623 in Paris, France; died 1708 in Ancienne Lorette, Quebec, Canada; married Jean Levasseur.
 

 932.  Jean Leclerc, born 1590 in Chinon, Lebray, Angers, France; died Deceased in Chinon, Lebray, Angers, France.  He married 933. Jeanne Lucia 1610.
 933.  Jeanne Lucia, born 1591 in Chinon, Lebray, Angers, France; died Deceased.

Child of Jean Leclerc and Jeanne Lucia is:
 466 i. Florent Leclerc, born 1619 in Lebray, Angers, Anjou, France; died January 01, 1663/64 in Troisrivieres, St maurice, Pq, Can; married Marie Gendre February 04, 1657/58 in Trois-Rivieres, Maurice, Quebec, Canada.
 

 934.  Moise Gendre, born Abt. 1581 in C-Maritime, Saintonge, Xaintes, France; died Aft. 1625 in C-Maritime, Saintonge, Xaintes, France.  He married 935. Jeanne Grosse 1620 in C-Maritime, Saintonge, Xaintes, France.
 935.  Jeanne Grosse, born 1585 in C-Maritime, Saintonge, Xaintes, France; died Aft. 1625 in France.

Child of Moise Gendre and Jeanne Grosse is:
 467 i. Marie Gendre, born 1626 in Ville De Blois, Chartres, France; died January 02, 1698/99 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; married Florent Leclerc February 04, 1657/58 in Trois-Rivieres, Maurice, Quebec, Canada.
 

 936.  Jean Giguere, born in Of St.aubin, Tourouvre, Orne, France; died Bef. 1630 in France.  He married 937. Michelle Jornel.
 937.  Michelle Jornel, born Abt. 1594 in St. Aubin, Tourouvre, Orne, France; died Bef. 1630.

Children of Jean Giguere and Michelle Jornel are:
 468 i. Robert Giguere, born March 09, 1615/16 in St Aubin, Tourouvre, Mortange, Perche, France; died December 10, 1713 in Beaupre, Montmorency, Pq, Can; married Aymee Aimee Edmee Miville July 02, 1652 in Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Louis Giguere
  iii. Marie Giguere
  iv. Nicolas Giguere
  v. Thomas Giguere
  vi. Marie Giguere
  vii. Marie Giguere, born March 17, 1618/19.
  viii. Francoise Giguere, born July 03, 1620.
  ix. Louis Giguere, born February 13, 1624/25.
  x. Jean Giguere, born May 05, 1608.
  xi. Madeleine Giguere, born 1622.
 

 938.  Pierre Miville Dit Le Suisse, born 1577 in Larochelle, , France; died October 14, 1669 in Lauzon, Levis, Pq, Canada.  He was the son of 1876. Isaac Miville and 1877. Salome Lomene.  He married 939. Charlotte Maugier Maugis.
 939.  Charlotte Maugier Maugis, born Bet. 1581 - 1591 in St. Germain, Saintes, Saintonge, France; died October 11, 1676 in Lauzon, Levis, Pq, Canada.

More About Pierre Miville Dit Le Suisse:
Christening: 1602, Fribourg, Fribourg, Switzerland

Children of Pierre Le Suisse and Charlotte Maugis are:
 469 i. Aymee Aimee Edmee Miville, born August 12, 1635 in N.-D.-De-Brouage, Rochefort, Saintes, France; died December 09, 1713 in Beaupre, Montmorency, Pq, Can; married Robert Giguere July 02, 1652 in Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Suzanne Miville, died Deceased; married Antoine Paulet April 12, 1655; died Deceased.
  iii. Francois Miville, died Deceased; married (1) Jeanne Savonet Sauvenier; died Deceased; married (2) Marie Langlois; died Deceased.
  iv. Jacques Miville, married Catherine Baillon; died Deceased.
  v. Madeleine Miville
  vi. Marie Miville
 

 940.  Jean Pinard, born Abt. 1595 in Croix Chapeau, Larochelle, Aunis, France; died Bef. 1657 in France.  He was the son of 1880. Louis Pinard and 1881. Gabrielle Mesnard.  He married 941. Marguerite Gaigneur August 21, 1618 in Ste. Marguerite, La Rochelle, France.
 941.  Marguerite Gaigneur, born 1598 in Ste Marguerite, La Rochelle, Aunis, France.  She was the daughter of 1882. Jean Gaigneur and 1883. Guillemette Raynier.

Child of Jean Pinard and Marguerite Gaigneur is:
 470 i. Louis Pinard, born July 12, 1634 in St. Marguerites, Charente, Larochelle, Frn; died January 12, 1694/95 in Batiscan, St-Maurice, Quebec; married Marie Madeleine Hertel October 29, 1658 in Trois-Rivieres, Maurice, Quebec, Canada.
 

 942.  Jacques Hertel, born 1603 in Fecamp, Rouen, Normandie, France; died August 10, 1651 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 1884. Nicolas Hertel and 1885. Jehanne Miriot.  He married 943. Marie Marquerite.
 943.  Marie Marquerite, born September 12, 1620 in St. Vincent, Rouen, France; died November 26, 1700 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 1886. Francois Marguerite and 1887. Marie Marthe Romain.

Notes for Jacques Hertel:
Came to New France with Samuel de Champlain in 1613. It was a common
practice for Champlain to put young boys into the native tribes for a year
or two to learn the language and customs so they could be his interpreters
as young men, and that is what happened to Jacques. He was an interpreter
until 1629 when New France fell to the Kirk brothers. Then he and the
other interpreters fled to their tribes of their youth, where they lived
till 1633 when Champlain was back and New France returned to the French.
In 1633 Jacques was granted land at Trois-Rivieres, PQ, Canada and was the
first settler there. He married a French girl in 1641 and had 3 children
before his death in 1651.

Fecamp is a town on the coast of France on the English Channel, just
north-east of Le Havre, in Normandy. It is about half-way between LeHavre
and Dieppe, being slightly closer to LeHavre. About 25 km. or less from
LeHavre. Jacques HERTEL was born circa 1603 in Fecamp, Normandy.

The "Monumenta Novae Franciae," Vol II, (Etablisement a Quebec,
1616-1634), by Lucien Campeau, S.I. (Quebec: Laval U Press, 1979) gives
Jacques HERTEL's mother as Jeanne MIRIOT.
Campeau, in MNF says that Jacques came to Quebec in 1626 (much too late
according to other records, including Champlain's census'). The account
goes on to say that Jacques died 10 Aug 1651 and that he died suddenly, perhaps accidentally.

Jacques HERTEL 1603 Fr. - 1651 Trois-Rivieres, PQ, was one of several
interpretors working for Samuel de Champlain in the newly formed New
France. Champlain's method of training his interpreters was to choose
young boys or men who he would send to live with the Indians for a year or
two, often accepting an Indian boy in exchange who was to learn French
language and customs. Most of the interpreters have their whereabouts
recorded; so far, I have not found a source showing what tribe HERTEL was
sent to.
From _Jacques HERTEL (de La FRESNAYE)_by Madeline H. Carey, Scot
Vandelinder, Arlene Coppernoll Cuba [all desc. of Cornelise VAN SLYKE and
Ots-Toch], no date

"The object of CHAMPLAIN in enlisting BRULE, NICOLET,MARSOLET, HERTEL,
MARGUERIE and other grown-up boys for service in Canada from 1608 to 1620
was to educate them as interpreters. They could all read and write; some
of them were perfect scholars" _Annals of the Ottawa_ in Ottawa Evening
Journal 12 Jan. 1889,

copied from _The History of Brule's Discoveries and Explorations_

The Jesuit Relations V.IX states that Jacques HERTEL, a native of
Normandy, came to Canada in 1615 [Champlain's account says 1613] and was
employed by C. as an interpreter. Champlain speaks of the arrival of three
interpreters,
Nicolas du VIGEAU, Jacques HERTEL and Thomas GODEFROY, in 1613. In J-R,
HERTEL and others were identified as being from Normandy. Jacques HERTEL
also appears on the Census' of 1624, 1629 and 1635. In the last two, his
date of arrival is given as 1615.

_Histoire de la Nouvelle-France_ V.II Le comptoir 1604-1627: There is
mention of several of the interpreters and the tribes they were sent to
live with. Etienne BRULE was a Huron interpreter; Jean NICOLLET, Jean
MANET and Jean RICHER were Nipissing interpreters; Nicolas de VIGNAU and
Thomas GODEFROY were Algonquin interpreters; Nicolas MARSOLET and Olivier LETARDIF were interpreters for the Montagnais. A footnote adds that Dionne in _Samuel Champlain_ V.II adds to the list of interpreters the names of
Jacques HERTEL, LeBAILIF, Du VERNET, Jean-Paul GODEFROY and LAMONTAGNE.
The footnote goes on to add that these named individuals were not
qualified interpreters in the time period of interest and that just living
with the Indian tribes was not enough to be given the title interpreter.
(not sure what interpetation to make of this yet)

For the purpose of our intent to prove that Jacques HERTEL was the father (SEE ARTICLE RE THIS MYTH UNDER NOTES FOR HIS FATHER DEBUNKING)
of Ots-Toch, born from a liason with a Mohawk woman in New York, we must find evidence that Jacques had opportunity to interact with the Iroquois tribes in the critical time period of 1615-1627. It is during this time that Ots-Toch was born, and although the majority of reports put her birth at 1620, we can not be sure this is correct.

It is also necessary to understand the relationships of the Indian tribes
when Champlain made his first expedition against the Iroquois in 1609. In
1535 Jacques Cartier visited the St. Lawrence and found the northern shore
occupied by the Montagnais Indians, almost up to the narrows of Quebec.
From there to the Ottawa the Algonquins, conquerors of the Montagnais,
lived. Beyond the Ottawa and still bordering the St. Lawrence, were the
Hurons, who were allies of the Algonquins in their war with the Iroquois.
The Iroquois nation, to which the Huron belonged although they were now at
war, occupied the territory south of the St. Lawrence and south-east of
Lake Ontario. The St. Lawrence, as the dividing line, was frequently the
scene of battle between marauding parties of Indians. As Iroquois power
grew in the 16th. century, the Hurons retreated to the peninsula between
Georgian Bay and Lake Huron, while the Algonquins retired to the upper
Ottawa through the chain of lakes connecting the Ottawa River with
Georgian Bay. Until the mid 17th. century, this was the only route used
for going to and from Huron country to Quebec. [Biggar: pp 70-71]

[Source given is LESCARBOT:_Hist. de la Nouvelle France_ ed. of 1866] From
_The Early Trading Companies of New France_ by H.P. Biggar:

According to Biggar, the barter at the rapids [Lachine] in the summer of
1617 was unusually large as all the tribes visted by Champlain in the
winter of 1615 and 1616 now came down to the St. Lawrence for the first
time. However the news that Dutch traders on the Hudson had succeeded in
forming an alliance with the Iroquois confederation "showed that little
hope could henceforth be entertained of any trading connections in that
direction" [p.106]

There is a chapter on the Fur Trade and it states that the hunting tribes
were those furthest from the centres of trade at Montreal, Trois-Rivieres,
Quebec and Tadoussac. They trade their furs to other Indians, not the
French. The Indians "in the middle" dealt with both French and other
Indians. The Iroquois dealt with the Dutch settlers at Fort Orange, NY.

In NY, the Dutch had built Fort Nassau in 1614 but their fur-trading
contact with the Iroquois was not really extensive until the founding of
Fort Orange in 1624. So, we are on the very beginning edge of European contact with the Indians. In 1626, the Dutch almost lost their toe-hold on the Hudson
when the commander of Fort Orange sided with the Mahicans against their
Mohawk enemies. The Mahicans were badly defeated and only some fancy
negotiating by the new director of the colony, Peter Minuit, managed to
salvage the situation and forge a friendship with the Mohawks. Even then,
Minuit withdrew all of the settlers to the recently purchased Manhattan
Island for their safety.

We know that it was not long before the French were beginning to expand
their contacts with the NY Indians. It seems that they concentrated their
efforts in the area around Oneida Lake. Their trading did begin to worry the
Dutch.

In the summer of 1624, there were more Indians at the barter in the Upper
St. Lawrence than ever before. Champlain had not been beyond the rapids
since 1615 but "owing to the annual winter visits of the interpreters"
[BIGGAR p.123] and to the extension of French trade, new tribes continued to make their way to Lachine every summer.

"In early July 1624, six delegates from the Five Nations came to propose a
treaty of peace and shortly thereafter, 35 Iroquois canoes came down the
Richelieu River to barter furs with the Frenchmen for the first time"
_History of Canada_ by Lanctot

From _The Early Trading Companies of New France: A Contribution to the
History of Commerce and Discovery in North America_ by H.P. Biggar, 1937,
Augustus M. Kelley, Publishers, Clifton, 1972. FC329.C62B5: "In the summer
of 1624 the concourse of savages at the barter in the upper St. Lawrence
was greater than ever......owing to the gradual extension of the area in
which the French merchandize circulated, fresh tribes continued to make
their way nearby every summer to the place of barter. This summer was made
especially noteworthy by the arrival of thirty-five canoes of Iroquois.
Two years before this, two Iroqouis warriors had come to the Montagnais of
their own accord in order to try and conclude a treaty of peace. But as
they were not official representatives Champlain induced four of the
Montagnais, specially deputed to conclude a peace, to return with these
Iroquois. On their arrival in the Iroquois country they were met with a
good reception and a permanent treaty was drawn up. Thirty-five canoes of
Iroquois had now arrived both to trade and to sign the peace. Although the
nations and tribes were thus very various no difficulty arose, so perfect
were the arrangements made by Champlain. Each nation had its own interpreter. After the ordinary business of the barter, there ws the feast of frinedship with presents given by both sides. Then followed the dances and other festivities. Finally the whole was brought to a close by the conclusion of the long-hoped-for peace between the iroquois, the Hurons and the French." [pp123,124]

From these references, we know that peace between the Iroquois and French
in New France was achieved as early as 1622. This peace was broken in 1627
but for a five-year period, there was opportunity for Jacques HERTEL to
interact easily with the Mohawk tribes.

"During the winter of 1625 Champlain remained in France....we are again
without any record of what took place during the summer in the St. Lawrence valley. ...Champlain, on his return to Quebec in the summer of 1626, found everything in complete disorder.....During this time the
annual barter had been going on as usual further up the river. It was
learned however from the Iroquois present that trouble had broken out
between them and the Dutch and that five of the latter had even been
massacred." [pp 127, 128]

"The savages who dwelt beside the Dutch had sent presents asking the
Montagnais and Algonquins to help them against the Iroqouis, who, when
they had killed the five Dutchmen, had massacred tweny-four of that
tribe."[p.129]

"It was agreed to wait [to make a decision re fighting the Iroquois] until
the vessels had arrived, when the other nations should have come down for
the barter. During the interval, however, some Algonquins went off on the
war-path and a few light-headed young Montagnais braves caught two
Iroquois on Lake Champlain. Although Champlain was able to induce the
savages assembled at the barter to send back these prisoners with presents
and an expression of regret for what had occurred, yet his efforts were
too late.

On reaching the Iroquois country the embassy was at first well received,
but when news was brought of the ravages committed else- where by the
Algonquin warriors who had gone on the war-path, all the members of it
were speedily massacred, without distinction of French or Indian" [p.129]

It is not known where Jacques HERTEL was, and what he did, from the time
of his arrival in New France in 1613 [CHAMPLAIN's] or 1615 [other sources]
until 1629 when the KIRKE brothers seized control of New France. Mention
is made in the Jesuit Relations that Jacques "took refuge with the
savages"

Sagard speaks of the country of the Neutral Indians, which he states lay
"to the south 4 or 5 days journey from the Hurons, beyond the nation of
the Quieunontateronons." [p.158] [Note that the tribe called the
Quieunontatetonons by the Hurons, was the Weskarini, an Algonquin tribe
living on the North side of the Ottawa River below Allumette Island]
and he goes on to add that the land extended over 100 leagues. [A footnote
states that the Neutral Nation was a confederation of Iroquois tribes
living north of Lake Erie and along the Niagara River. p.151] This Neutral
nation was at peace and remained neutral with both Huron and Iroquois,
with the result that "members of either of the two nations were welcome among them and these did not dare to utter or do anything displeasing to one another when there, and often would eat together as if they had been friends. But if
they met outside the [Neutral's] territory, there was no friendship any
more and they would wage cruel war upon one another, and keep it up to the
uttermost"[p.158]

As an interpreter, Jacques would have known of this Indian tribe and it is
possible that he and Ots-Toch's mother met in Neutral territory. Further
mention is made by Sagard:

"One of our Frenchman had fallen ill among the Tobacco tribe, and his
companions, who were going off to the Neutral tribe, left him there in the
care of a savage..."[p.194]

In 1629 the KIRKE brothers seized Quebec, and the French were no longer in
control. Mention is made in several sources of the interpreters returning
to live with the Indians and Jacques is specifically mentioned by Benjamin
SULTE:

"At the return of Champlain, he [Jacques] returned to Quebec with a
thorough knowledge of the languages and customs of the Savages, having
contracted some extremely useful friendships among the far distant tribes
still unknown to the French. Meanwhile, information is sufficiently vague
that we have reached the point of allowing ourselves to suppose that
Jacque [sic] Hertel settled in T-R before the year 1636; we know that he
must have frequently gone on the trading trips which were made each
summer."

Sulte states that Jacques lived with tribes during the years Quebec was
occupied by the KIRKE brothers.[1629-1633]
HERTEL had acquired a taste for "la vie des bois" during his 14 years of
service. [this would imply that Jacques had been in New France since 1615]
HERTEL returned to CHAMPLAIN in 1633. [_Dictionary of Canadian Biography_
and _History of Trois-Rivieres_ by Benj. Sulte]

From _The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents_Travels and Explorations
of the Jesuit Missionaries in North America, 1610-1791 V. IX, p. 305: Jacques HERTEL.."He was long employed by Champlain as an interpreter and, upon the capture of Quebec, took refuge with the savages..."
On Dec.3, 1633, the Hundred Associates Company granted Jacques HERTEL 200
acres of land in Trois-Rivieres, making him the first land-owner there. At
this time HERTEL was granted the seigneury de La Fresnaye [_D. of Cnd.
Biog_ and _Hist. of T-R_by Benj. Sulte]

From _Word From New France: The Selected Letters of Marie de
l'Incarnation_ translated and edited by Joyce Marshall
"as early as 1633 Jacques HERTEL, a soldier who had spent the years of
English occupation among the Indians, and Jean GODEFROY, an interpreter,
had been established at Trois-Rivieres, and in 1635 CHAMPLAIN built a
habitation there to help defend the little settlement. The Jesuits also
established a permanent mission." [p.48]
Is it significant that she refers to J. as a soldier while referring to
Godefroy as an interpreter? Or just that J. had taken up a new profession?
In _The French Canadians 1600-1900 V.2_ ed. by Noel Montgomery Elliot, J.
is referred to as "interpreter living in 1629 in Quebec (ville)" and the
reference for this is _La Ville de Quebec Sous le Regime Francais_ par
Pierre Georges ROY, Vol. Premier, p.109.

J. was granted two other parcels of land by Montmagny in 1636.

In the records for Three Rivers, Jacques HERTEL attended the baptisms of
many children, including numerous Indians (children and adults) as early
as 1636 (the Three Rivers bpt records begin in 1635). A 30 yr old Indian,
Jacques OUIJAPISIT was bpt 23 Apr 1636 and a 6 yr old Indian boy, Jacques
(father named Pietratinat), was bpt 30 Apr 1636. Jacques HERTEL attended
at both. Another boy, Jacques (grandfather named Nipinoucoueau), was bpt
31 Aug 1637.

In 1637, 2 days after Easter, HERTEL; Sa. Ondionshens, a Huron from the
village of Conception, who had wintered here [T-R] was baptised; his
godfather was M. de la FRESNAYE, who named him Charles. [Vo. 9 Jesuit
Relations]

We next hear of J. in the spring or summer of 1637 when mention is made in
the J-R of Jacques being on the River des Prairies with NICOLET and St.
JEAN. Story follows, as told by Saint Jean: They perceived a canoe
prowling around the Islands on the lookout for some Hiroquois [sic]; they
immediated fired several shots from the arquebuses to summon it to them.
The Savage who was in it, seeing the bark, brought his canoe alongside.
After he had been questioned about various things, he was asked if he
would not like to go down to the three Rivers, as Monsieur de St. Jean and
sieur HERTEL desired to go there. He replied that he greatly wished to go
there, but that the Hiroquois [sic] would be sure to kill him on the way.
Sieur NICOLET rejoined that he ought to fear nothing when these two young
men, both of them courageous, and children of brave Captains, were with
him.

The outcome was that the Indian went with them, they saw nothing but
forest and water, and all were fine.

Jacques HERTEL, already a Lieutenant in the troops was elected syndic
[mayor] of Trois-Rivieres [_Dict of Cdn. Biog_ and _Hist. of T-R_ by
Sulte]

In 1641 J md. Marie MARGUERIE, age 15, the sister of his friend and fellow
interpreter, Francois MARGUERIE.

Here is the marriage contract for Jacques HERTEL, from the notarial
records (Vol 6, 1980), signed on 23 Aug 1641. Jacques HERTEL, res:
Trois-Rivieres. Origin: France, Normandy, Rural Marie MARGUERIE, res:
Trois Rivieres. Origin: France, Normandy, Urban Nicolas HERTEL, res:
France, Normandy, Rural. Father of groom, married, deceased. Jeanne MIRIOT, res: France, Normandy, Rural. Mother of groom, married, deceased. / MARGUERIE, res: France, Normandy, Urban. Father of bride, married Marthe ROMAIN, res: France, Normandy, Urban. mother of bride, married Martial PIRAUBE, notary

Following the marriage of Jacques HERTEL to Marie MARGUERIE on 23 Aug
1641, both of their names begin to appear together in numerous Three
Rivers' baptism records. Most of these were Indian baptisms. Their own
children were bpt at Three Rivers, as follows: Francois HERTEL bpt 3 Jul
1642. His uncle, Francois MARGUERIE was the godfather. Father Jean de
Brebeuf himself officiated. Marie Madeleine HERTEL, b 2 Sep 1645, bpt 2
Sep 1645. Marguerite HERTEL, b 26 Aug 1649, bpt 26 Aug 1649

In SULTE's "Histoire de la...T-R" There is more info in the account about
HERTEL's being elected official receiver for T-R for the Compagnie des
Habitants in 1645 and about his building a small house on his property at
l'Arbe-a-la-Croix in 1644, but abandoned in 1647 because of the fear of
Indian attack. He lived at T-R until his sudden and accidental death in 1651.

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Children of Jacques Hertel and Marie Marquerite are:
 471 i. Marie Madeleine Hertel, born September 02, 1642 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; died November 25, 1680 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; married Louis Pinard October 29, 1658 in Trois-Rivieres, Maurice, Quebec, Canada.
  ii. Francois Hertel, born 1642.

Notes for Francois Hertel:
François' father  was to die from an accident when François was but a boy of nine. Left behind, in addition, to this nine year old, was his mother and two infant sisters: François, therefore, was to learn responsibility and hard work early in his life. These were the times of the Iroquois raids which just about wiped out the French colonies at Quebec in the early years.2 As but yet a young boy, he felled trees and farmed with a musket always at the ready nearby. Because of these regular Iroquois attacks François Hertel was to be "schooled from his youth to believe that danger was always present, and must be conquered by toughness." In 1661, the nineteen year old was captured by a band of roving Iroquois. François Hertel was brought back to Iroquois country (the Finger Lakes district of New York, as named these days) there to be used as the object of some entertainment until an elderly Iroquois woman claimed the young man as her own. For two years he was to live among the Iroquois and learned their ways and their language. He eventually escaped and returned to his family in Quebec, who, I shouldn't have to say, were amazed to find him alive and well. He settled back into farming his lands at Trois-Rivières; content to get himself married (1664) and to start raising a family of his own (there were to be at least seven sons). The colony was soon to put such a valuable person to work (we might imagine his reluctance as he rubbed his burn scars inflicted on him by the Iroquois). In 1673, François was to accompany Frontenac inland, to Lake Ontario, there to take part in the building of Fort Frontenac (Kingston). In 1690, Frontenac was to send out Indian war parties led by French officers, sent to terrorize the English. The Hertels, learning much from their Indian allies, were to perfect their surprize tactics which were very effective: the blood of innocent English settlers along the western and northern borders of New England was to flow. After traveling weeks on end and traversing hundreds of miles of wilderness which led them over the highlands of the Appalachians in the winter months, over frozen lakes and down frozen rivers, they would arrive at some little New England village, and wait until night fall: then the screams would go up and the hacking would start, catching the wintering settlers completely off guard. Many of these attacks were led by Hertel and his sons. History has come to call them "Hertel's Raids." "The Hertels, father and sons, rapidly became the terror of the English and the enemy Indians. Their feats were beyond number. They turned up everywhere."3

Thus, the frontier-wise François Hertel was to train his sons. François also saw to the academic education of his sons: "he entrusted this task to the teacher Pierre Bertrand, who had already studied at the University of Paris." The Hertel boys, we might imagine, came to know how to deal with all levels of society.
 
 

  iii. Marguerite Hertel, born 1649.
 

 948.  Vincent Vachon, born 1605 in La Copechagniere, Laroche-Sur-Yon, Lucon, Poitou, France; died in France.  He married 949. Sapience Vateau.
 949.  Sapience Vateau, born 1609 in La Cope, Chagniere, Vendee, France; died in France.

Child of Vincent Vachon and Sapience Vateau is:
 474 i. Paul Vachon, born 1630 in La Copechagniere, Laroche-Sur-Yon, Lucon, Poitou, France; died June 25, 1703 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada; married Marguerite Langlois October 22, 1653.
 

 950.  Noel Langlois, born June 04, 1606 in St Leonard, Des Parcs, Normandie, france; died July 14, 1684 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 1900. Guilet Langlois and 1901. Jeanette Millet.  He married 951. Francoise Grenier July 25, 1634 in Quebec, Canada.
 951.  Francoise Grenier, born Abt. 1610 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died November 01, 1665 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.  She was the daughter of 1902. Guillaume Grenier and 1903. Michelle Marille.

Notes for Noel Langlois:
 After the Kirke brothers sacked New France in 1632, only six French households remained, plus five interpreters who lived with the Indians. Robert Giffard was in France, preparing to return to this new country where he had already lived for several years. during the winter of 1633-1634, he visited various regions of Perche, vigorously recruiting settlers for Canada. He knew that he would be a Seigneur and doubtlessly he en-visioned ail of these habitants rendering him homage and rents.

The first people he recruited were Jean Guyon, Marin Boucher, Sébastien Dodier, Zacharie Cloutier, Guillaume Isabel and a few others. For the most part they came to Canada alone but a few did bring their families

He received the sacraments and became a devout Christian at the age of 80 years
His marriage to Francoise Grenier was the 4th to be celebrated in New France
arrived June 04, 1634 Accompanying Samuel de Champlain aboard the ship St Jehan
References: 1. Sulte, Histoire des Canadiens-Francais, 1882 2, Marriages of Notre Dame de Quebec 1621-1900, Vol. 2, Page 31 3. Relations des Jesuites 4. Census of Quebec (1666): age 60, widower, farmer
 

Riverboat pilot, ship's carpenter

General: Project Racines du Quebec reports that he emigrated to New France from St Leonard des Parcs, Orne, France. Information was attributed to source NOF:7. Noel has been identified as a courageous fisherman and pilot. It is assumed that he was a St. Lawrence River pilot operating out of Beauport, Quebec. He settled at Beauport in 1634 and married Francoise Garnier at Quebec on 25 July 1634. Noel Langlois was identified as a property owner in Beauport, PQ in the 1663 period. The lot of land was identified as lot #9 on a plot plan of the area and the period. The lot was 4 arpents wide. One "arpent" is equal to 192.8 feet in length. For additional information on this family, see "Marriages of the Beauce", volume 6, page 243. Notes (Family #1) Marriage: A monument to Louis Hébert and the original Quebec settlers honors among others,Noel Langlois and Francoise GArnier. This monument of Louis Hébert was sculpted by Alfred Laliberté and it is in the Park Montmorency behind the Quebec basilica , about 300 meters to the north of the Chateau Frontenac.
 
 

Children of Noel Langlois and Francoise Grenier are:
  i. Jean Langlois, born February 24, 1640/41 in Quebec, Canada; died August 07, 1688 in St Joachim, Quebec, Canada; married Charlotte-Francoise Belanger October 19, 1665 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada; born June 25, 1650 in Quebec, Canada.

Notes for Charlotte-Francoise Belanger:
SHE MARRIED   a ships captain, Jean Langlois dit Boisverdun.  They settled in Beauport then to IIe D'Orleans.

  ii. Robert Langlois
  iii. Anne Langlois, born September 02, 1637 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada; died March 16, 1703/04 in Riviere Ouele, Kamourask, Quebec, Canada; married Jean Dit Le Gobloteur Pelletier November 09, 1649 in Riviere Ouelle, Kamouraska, Quebec, Canada; born December 06, 1627 in Tourouvre, France; died February 24, 1697/98 in Saint-Roch-des-Aulnaies, Quebec, Canada.

Notes for Jean Dit Le Gobloteur Pelletier:
Jean PELLETIER born in 1631 and deceased on february 25 1698 at Rivière-Ouelle is one of the heroes of this battle in 1690. See: "Une Paroisse Canadienne (Rivière-Ouelle) au XVIIè siècle" by Abby Casgrain. See also the following text
(copyrighted by Gabriel Drouin, february 1954)
 
 

That is what is familiar to all French-Canadians. This historical episode hit the imagination of many younsters on school benches, and we never forgot it. But there is a premilinary to this event that one must point out in the present volume because one of your ancestors was one of its heroes.
 
 

Bostonians were trying to invade Canada by the golf. The parish priest of Rivière-Ouelle having found out that a considerable flotilla of American boats was coming up the St-Lawrence in the desire to take over the colony, gathered all his parishioners and exhorted them to prevent with all their strength the landing that the Bostonians might try at Rivière-Ouelle. Mr De la Bouteillerie, Seigneury of Rivière-Ouelle, was then in Québec; The residents then asked their parish priest himself to direct them in combat if the occasion came about. Mr De Francheville accepted without objection. Soon the flotilla laid anchor in front of the point. Many launches were seen leaving the boats and rowing towards shore.

It is then that the residents of the parish, under the direction of their parish priest, came to place themselves in ambush at the edge of the forest under cover from the view from the shore. There, they waited silently the arrival of the launches that were approaching rapidly. Since it was high tide, the launches loaded with soldiers could come very close to them within range of their guns.
 
 

The order to land was given and took place without suspicion that they were watched by Canadian gunmen. In such a moment of confusion, that is normal in a landing, and while the soldiers were taking their arms, a yell FIRE was suddenly heard at the forest edge from abby De Francheville. At the same time many detonations took place and a hailstorm of bullets reached the miserable Bostonians. The panic was general ! Those not hit by bullets ran for their launches and their boats without hearing the voices of the officers trying to bring them back into combat.

This defeat was the prelude to the disaster that was waiting for Phipps in front of Québec
.
 

  iv. Jean-Plierre Dit Boisverdun Langlois, born February 24, 1640/41 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died December 07, 1688 in St Joachim, Quebec Canada; married Charlotte Francoise Belanger October 19, 1665 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada.
  v. Jeanne Langlois, born January 01, 1642/43 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died Bet. 1660 - 1737; married Rene Chevalier 1656; born Bet. 1611 - 1642; died Bet. 1661 - 1729.
  vi. Elisabeth Langlois, born March 03, 1644/45 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died November 15, 1696 in Ile Aux Grues, Quebec; married Louis Cote November 06, 1662 in Quebec, Canada; born October 25, 1635 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died December 15, 1669 in Chateau Richer, Montmorency I, Quebec, canada.
  vii. Marie Langlois, born September 30, 1646 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died October 27, 1726; married Francois Miville Dit LeSuisse August 10, 1660 in Quebec, Canada; born May 16, 1634; died November 23, 1711 in Riviere Ouelle, Quebec, Canada.
  viii. Jean Langlois, born December 20, 1648 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died October 21, 1690 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada.
  ix. Noel Langlois, born December 07, 1651 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; died October 08, 1693 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada; married Aimee Caron 1677; born Bet. 1639 - 1661; died Bet. 1682 - 1750.
 475 x. Marguerite Langlois, born 1639 in Quebec, Canada; died September 24, 1697; married Paul Vachon October 22, 1653.
 

 952.  Denis Lemaitre, born 1599 in Ile De France, Seine, Paris, France; died in Ile De France, Seine, Paris, France.  He married 953. Catherine Ducharme.
 953.  Catherine Ducharme, born 1603 in Ile De France, Seine, Paris, France; died Deceased.

Children of Denis Lemaitre and Catherine Ducharme are:
 476 i. Francois Le Picard Lemaitre, born 1631 in Picardie, France; died January 14, 1665/66 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; married Judith Rigaud.
  ii. Denise Lemaitre, born 1636.
  iii. Antoine Lemaitre, born 1638.
 

 954.  Elisee Rigaud, born Abt. 1602 in St-Jean D'angely, Saintes, Saintonge, France; died Deceased.  He married 955. Marie Suzanne Dugast-Thouin.
 955.  Marie Suzanne Dugast-Thouin, born Abt. 1610; died Deceased.

Child of Elisee Rigaud and Marie Dugast-Thouin is:
 477 i. Judith Rigaud, born 1633 in St Jean D'angely, Saintes, Saintonge, France; died May 13, 1703 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; married Francois Le Picard Lemaitre.
 

 956.  Christophe Crevier, born February 17, 1610/11 in St-Cande-, Le-Jeune, Rouen, France; died Bet. 1662 - 1663 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada.  He was the son of 1912. Nicholas Crevier and 1913. Anne Basiret.  He married 957. Jeanne Enard Evart.
 957.  Jeanne Enard Evart, born 1619 in Seine-Maritime, Rouen, La Rochelle, France; died January 21, 1681/82 in Batiscan, Champlain, Pq, Can.

Children of Christophe Crevier and Jeanne Evart are:
 478 i. Nicolas Dit Bellerive Crevier, born Bet. 1641 - 1645 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; died Aft. 1709 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; married Louise Lecourte 1665.
  ii. Jerome Crevier
  iii. Joseph Crevier
  iv. Jeanne Crevier, born Abt. 1636.
  v. Antoine Crevier, born Abt. 1638.
  vi. Francois Crevier, born May 13, 1640 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; died Deceased.

Notes for Francois Crevier:
Served in the Quebec Militia and was killed by the Iroquois.
 

  vii. Jean Crevier, born April 1642 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; died 1693 in Fort Albany; married Marguerite Hertel; died Deceased.

Notes for Jean Crevier:
Tortured by the Iroquois.
 

  viii. Jean-Baptiste Crevier, born 1651; died March 1707/08 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; married Anne-Charlotte Chorel; died Deceased.
  ix. Marie Crevier, born Abt. 1649; married Nicolas Gatineau; died Deceased.
  x. Marguerite Crevier
 

 958.  Andre Leloutre, born Abt. 1601 in Honfleur, Lizieux, France; died in France.  He married 959. Rachel Berthelot.
 959.  Rachel Berthelot, born Abt. 1605 in Honfleur, Lizieux, France; died Deceased.

Child of Andre Leloutre and Rachel Berthelot is:
 479 i. Louise Lecourte, born 1648; died April 1709 in Capmadeleine, Champlain, Pq, Can; married Nicolas Dit Bellerive Crevier 1665.
 

 960.  Rene LeBlanc, born 1600 in Martaize, France; died Abt. 1625 in France.  He was the son of 1920. Alphonse LeBlanc and 1921. Isabeau DeEstrade.  He married 961. Anne Bourgeous.
 961.  Anne Bourgeous  She was the daughter of 1922. Jacques Bourgeous and 1923. Jeanne Trahan.

Child of Rene LeBlanc and Anne Bourgeous is:
 480 i. Daniel LeBlanc, born Abt. 1626 in Loudun, Vienne, France; died in Acadia, Canada; married Marie Francoise Gaudet 1650.
 

 962.  Jean Gaudet, born Bef. 1604 in France.  He married 963. Genevieve Lefranc.
 963.  Genevieve Lefranc, born 1625 in Tourraine, France; died Aft. 1686 in Acadia, Canada.

Child of Jean Gaudet and Genevieve Lefranc is:
 481 i. Marie Francoise Gaudet, born 1623 in Martaize, France; died in Acadia, Canada; married Daniel LeBlanc 1650.
 

 964.  Jacques Bourgeois, born 1555 in Champagne, France; died Deceased.

Child of Jacques Bourgeois is:
 482 i. Jacques Bourgeois, born January 28, 1620/21 in France; died Bet. July 1699 - 1702 in Acadia, Canada; married Jeanne Trahan Abt. 1643 in Acadia, Canada.
 

 966.  Guillaume Trahan, born Abt. 1611 in St Germain de Bourgeuil, Indre et Loire, France; died Bet. 1665 - 1682 in Acadia, Canada.  He was the son of 1932. Nicolas Trahan and 1933. Renee Desloges.  He married 967. Francoise Charbonneau July 17, 1627 in France.
 967.  Francoise Charbonneau, born March 15, 1598/99 in France; died Abt. 1665.  She was the daughter of 1934. Mathurin Charbonnier and 1935. Marguerite Ciret.

Child of Guillaume Trahan and Francoise Charbonneau is:
 483 i. Jeanne Trahan, born Abt. 1631; died Aft. 1698 in Acadia, Canada; married Jacques Bourgeois Abt. 1643 in Acadia, Canada.
 

 976.  Guillaume Richard, born Abt. 1590 in France.  He married 977. Huguette Poirier.
 977.  Huguette Poirier, born Abt. 1590 in Martaize, Loudun, Vienne, France; died Deceased in Acadia, Canada.

Child of Guillaume Richard and Huguette Poirier is:
 488 i. Michael Sansoucy Dit Richard, born 1630 in Saint Ange, Seine et Marne, France; died 1687 in Acadia, Canada; married Madeleine Blanchard Abt. 1656 in Acadia, Canada.
 

 978.  Jean Blanchard, born 1611 in France; died Bet. 1686 - 1693 in Acadia, Canada.  He was the son of 1956. Guillaume Blanchard and 977. Huguette Poirier.  He married 979. Radegonde Lambert 1642 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.
 979.  Radegonde Lambert, born 1621 in Martaize, France; died Bet. 1686 - 1693 in Acadia, Canada.  She was the daughter of 1956. Guillaume Blanchard and 977. Huguette Poirier.

Children of Jean Blanchard and Radegonde Lambert are:
 489 i. Madeleine Blanchard, born 1643 in Lachaize, Vicomte, Vendee, France; died Bet. 1679 - 1683 in Port Royal Acadia, Canada; married Michael Sansoucy Dit Richard Abt. 1656 in Acadia, Canada.
  ii. Anne Blanchard, born 1645; married (1) Francois Guerin; born 1635 in Port Royal, Acadia; married (2) Pierre Gaudet; born 1650 in Port Royal, Acadia.
  iii. Martin Blanchard, born 1647; married (1) Marie Francoise Leblanc; born Abt. 1653; married (2) Marguerite Guilbeau; born 1669 in Port Royal, Acadia.
  iv. Guillaume Blanchard, born 1650; married Huguette Gougeon; born in Port Royal, Acadia.
  v. Marie Blanchard, born 1656.
 

 990.  Pierre LeJeune, born Abt. 1600 in Poitou, France; died Deceased.

Children of Pierre LeJeune are:
 495 i. Edmee Lejeune, born Abt. 1624 in France; died Aft. 1693; married Francois Gautreaux.
  ii. Pierre Dit Briard Lejeune, born Abt. 1630.
  iii. Catherine Lejeune, born Abt. 1633.
 

Generation No. 11

 1028.  Jacques Guyon, born Abt. 1560 in Mortagne, Perche, France; died September 29, 1623.  He was the son of 2056. Mathurin Guyon.  He married 1029. Marie Huet April 15, 1583.
 1029.  Marie Huet, born Bet. 1568 - 1580; died February 1685/86 in St Jean de Mortagne, Sees, Perche, France.

Child of Jacques Guyon and Marie Huet is:
 514 i. Jean Guyon, born September 18, 1592 in St Aubin de Trourouvre, Mortagne, Sees, Perche (Orne), France; died May 30, 1663 in Beauport Quebec; married Mathurine Robin June 02, 1615 in St Jean, Mortagne, Sees, Perche, France.
 

 1030.  Eustache Robin, born Bet. 1541 - 1570; died Bet. 1595 - 1655.  He married 1031. Madeleine Avrard.
 1031.  Madeleine Avrard, born Bet. 1550 - 1573; died Bet. 1595 - 1661.

Child of Eustache Robin and Madeleine Avrard is:
 515 i. Mathurine Robin, born Abt. 1604 in Mortagne, France; died April 16, 1662 in Beauport Quebec; married Jean Guyon June 02, 1615 in St Jean, Mortagne, Sees, Perche, France.
 

 1032.  Denis Cloutier, born 1565 in St-Jean-de-Mortagne, Perche, France; died December 11, 1634 in St-Jean-de-Mortagne, Perche, France.  He married 1033. Renee Briere.
 1033.  Renee Briere, born 1570 in Mortagne, Perche, France; died May 01, 1608 in St. Jean de Mortagnes, Sees, Perche, France.

Notes for Denis Cloutier:
His brother Raoul, is the only member of Denis Family that is known.   He was also known as Roullin and Raoullin, and resided in Loyse, Perche, France.  He was a rope maker in that town.  Raoul was married to Lartine Laigneau.  they are known to have several children, but no info about them has survived.  Raoul died before June, 1619, an apparant victum of homicide.

Children of Denis Cloutier and Renee Briere are:
 516 i. Zacharie Cloutier, born 1590 in St. Jean de Mortagnes, Sees, Perche, France; died September 17, 1677 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married Sainte Dupont July 16, 1616 in St-Jean de Mortagne, Sees, Perche, France.
  ii. Michel Cloutier, born Bef. 1600.
  iii. Catherine Cloutier, born Bef. 1600.
  iv. Rene Cloutier, born Bef. 1600.
  v. Nicolas Cloutier, born Bef. 1600.
  vi. Louis Cloutier, born Bef. 1600.
  vii. Jacques Cloutier, born May 1601.
  viii. Marie Claude Cloutier, born May 1605.
  ix. Loyse Cloutier, born February 1607/08.
 

 1034.  Paul-Michael Dupont, born Abt. 1569; died Deceased.  He married 1035. Perrine X Abt. 1595 in France.
 1035.  Perrine X, born Abt. 1570 in St-Jean-de-Mortagne, Perche, France; died Deceased.

Child of Paul-Michael Dupont and Perrine X is:
 517 i. Sainte Dupont, born Abt. 1596 in Mortagne, Sees, Perche, France; died July 13, 1680 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada; married Zacharie Cloutier July 16, 1616 in St-Jean de Mortagne, Sees, Perche, France.
 

 1040.  Barnabe Gagnon, died Bef. October 28, 1581.  He married 1041. Francoise Creste.
 1041.  Francoise Creste, died Bef. October 28, 1581.

Child of Barnabe Gagnon and Francoise Creste is:
 520 i. Pierre Gagnon, born 1572; died Bet. 1630 - 1633 in La Ventrouze, Tourouvre, Mortagne, Perche, France; married Renee Roger 1597 in Tourouvre, Mortagne, Perche, France.
 

 1048.  Simon Fortin, died April 10, 1617 in Notre-Dame de Vair, Mamers, Le Mans, Maine, France.

Child of Simon Fortin is:
 524 i. Julien Fortin, born Abt. 1599 in Maine, France; died January 30, 1678/79 in Notre-Dame de Vair, Mamers, Le Mans, Maine, France; married (1) Marie Lavye November 26, 1619 in Notre-Dame de Vair, Mamers, Le Mans, Maine, France; married (2) Julienne Guillemin January 07, 1629/30 in St-Martin d'Ige, France.
 

 1050.  Gervais Lavye, died Deceased.

Child of Gervais Lavye is:
 525 i. Marie Lavye, born Abt. 1599 in Maine, France; died November 24, 1628 in Notre-Dame de Vair, Mamers, Le Mans, Maine, France; married Julien Fortin November 26, 1619 in Notre-Dame de Vair, Mamers, Le Mans, Maine, France.
 

 1100.  Jacques Hebert, born 1596 in Haye-descartes, Balesne Psh, Touraine, France; died Deceased in Acadia, Canada.  He married 1101. Marie Juneau 1620 in Lahaye, Descartes, Touraine, France.
 1101.  Marie Juneau, born 1600 in Haye-descartes, Balesne Psh, Touraine, France; died Aft. 1621 in Acadia, Canada.

Children of Jacques Hebert and Marie Juneau are:
 550 i. Etienne Hebert, born 1625 in La Haye, Descartes, Touraine, France; died Abt. 1670 in Acadia, Canada; married Marie Gaudet Abt. 1650 in Acadia, Canada.
  ii. Antoine Hebert, born 1614; married Genevieve LeFranc 1639.
 

 1102.  Jean Gaudet, born 1575 in Martaize, Loudun, Vienne, France; died Abt. 1671 in Acadia, Canada.  He married 1103. Marie D'Aussy.
 1103.  Marie D'Aussy, born 1580 in Martaize, Loudun, Vienne, France; died Abt. 1628.

Notes for Jean Gaudet:
Jean Gaudet (Godet) was listed as a censitaire on the fief at Martaizé in 1634. Martaizé was part of the seigneury of Aulnay, the property of Nicole de Jousserand, who was the mother of Charles d'Aulnay, governor of Acadia from 1636 to 1650. The village of Martaizé and it's environs was called the "fief de Beaulieu" or sometimes "Rallette." The church of Saint-Maurice de Martaizé still exists to this day.
The inventory document of Nicole de Jousserand's fief de Beaulieu in the parish of Martaizé, (Archives Départementales de l'Indre et Loire, Série C, Liasse 601, signed before the notaries Messieurs Aubri and Pasquier, at Loudun on the 21st October 1634) states the following:
"Je em en la fresche des Godets desclares douze boisseaus froment
mesure de Loudun et trois derniers de cens a rente feodalle deue par
Jean Gendre, Jean Godet, René Godet le jeune, Francois Godet, la veufve
Vincent Besard, Pierre Giroire et Renée Besard sa femme Jean Besard,
Simon Joubert les heritiers Pierre Bourg de sauseau et les heritiers
Francois Godet par raison d'une piece du terre et signer estant en terre
et signer estant en terre est du Rondonay le tout contenant ensemble
et tenant deux septiers six boisseaus..." (A "fresche" is an old French word for rent due to the seigneur from his or her fief)

Jean Gaudet and his son Denis, came together from France about the year 1636. They settled first on the north bank of the Port-Royal river, opposite la Prée Ronde (Round Hill), about ten miles upriver from the fort, on property that still belonged to the Gaudet family in 1710.

Extract from the census of Port Royal, Acadia, dated November 1671:
Laboureur- Jehan Gaudet aagé de quatre vingt et seize ans,
sa femme Nicolle Colleson aagée de soixante et quatre ans.
Leurs enfant Jehan Gaudet aagé de 28 ans, Leurs terre en
Labour trois arpens en deux places, Leurs bestes a cornes
six pièces, Leurs brebis trois pièces.

Jean Gaudet had two brothers, Aubin and François. They were born between 1552 and 1596 and they died between 1566 and 1674; presumedly in France. - Ronald Joseph Arthur Gaudet

Not sure if the rest of Jehan's children came with him to Acadia when he came with his son, Dennis. - Ronald Joseph Arthur Gaudet

On November 12, 1999, Susan (DuBois) Pacheco posted a message on the Gaudet Family Genealogy Forum that the first wife of Jean may have been a woman named Marguerite Martin. Susan's E-mail address is spacheco@middlesexbank.com - Ronald Joseph Arthur Gaudet
 

Child of Jean Gaudet and Marie D'Aussy is:
 551 i. Marie Gaudet, born in Martaize, Loudun, Vienne, France; died July 30, 1710 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada; married Etienne Hebert Abt. 1650 in Acadia, Canada.
 

 1122.  Jacob Bourgeois, died Deceased.

Child of Jacob Bourgeois is:
 561 i. Marie Bourgeois, born Bet. 1582 - 1608 in France; died Bet. 1633 - 1696 in France; married Germain Doucet Dit La Verdure Abt. 1620 in France.
 

 1376.  Raymond Sicard, born Bet. 1500 - 1545; died Bet. 1537 - 1626.  He was the son of 2752. Jean Sicard and 2753. N Doumergue.  He married 1377. Catherine De Salhayret Bet. 1526 - 1582.
 1377.  Catherine De Salhayret, born Bet. 1506 - 1547; died Bet. 1537 - 1632.

Child of Raymond Sicard and Catherine De Salhayret is:
 688 i. Jean Sicard, born Bet. 1537 - 1569; died Bet. 1594 - 1656; married Anne StMaurice 1589.
 

 1406.  Jacques Millet, born 1550 in France; died Deceased.  He married 1407. Jeanne Vincent.
 1407.  Jeanne Vincent, born 1550 in France; died Deceased.

Child of Jacques Millet and Jeanne Vincent is:
 703 i. Jeanne Millet, born 1585 in St. Leonard Des Parcs, Orne, France; died Bet. 1610 - 1679 in France; married Guillaume Langlois Bet. 1600 - 1624 in Normandie, France.
 

 1792.  Jacques Trudel, born 1574 in Orne, Perche, France; died July 1633 in Orne, Perche, France.  He was the son of 3584. Unknown Trudellle and 3585. Unknown.  He married 1793. Francoise Revel.
 1793.  Francoise Revel, born 1576 in Orne, Perche, France; died 1633 in Orne, Perche, France.

Child of Jacques Trudel and Francoise Revel is:
 896 i. Jean Trudel, born 1603 in Orne, Perche, Mortagne, France; died December 30, 1652 in Courgeoust, Mortagne, Perche, France; married Marquerite Noyer.
 

 1806.  Thomas Goulet, born Abt. 1580 in Poterie, Orne, Perche, France; died Bet. 1652 - 1653 in France.  He married 1807. Marie Chalumel.
 1807.  Marie Chalumel, born 1592 in France; died September 29, 1652 in France.

Child of Thomas Goulet and Marie Chalumel is:
 903 i. Louise-Anne Goulet, born August 26, 1628 in Tourouvre, Mortagne, Perche, France; died September 02, 1699 in L'ange Gardien, Quebec, Canada; married Rene Du Tertre.
 

 1876.  Isaac Miville, born Abt. 1551 in Fribourg, Switzerland; died Deceased.  He married 1877. Salome Lomene.
 1877.  Salome Lomene, born Abt. 1555 in Fribourg, Switzerland; died Deceased.

Child of Isaac Miville and Salome Lomene is:
 938 i. Pierre Miville Dit Le Suisse, born 1577 in Larochelle, , France; died October 14, 1669 in Lauzon, Levis, Pq, Canada; married Charlotte Maugier Maugis.
 

 1880.  Louis Pinard, born 1558 in Cognac, Saintes, Saintonge, France; died Deceased in Cognac, Saintes, Saintonge, France.  He married 1881. Gabrielle Mesnard 1590.
 1881.  Gabrielle Mesnard, born 1562 in Cognac, Saintes, Saintonge, France; died Deceased in France.

Notes for Louis Pinard:
Louis was a merchant
 

Child of Louis Pinard and Gabrielle Mesnard is:
 940 i. Jean Pinard, born Abt. 1595 in Croix Chapeau, Larochelle, Aunis, France; died Bef. 1657 in France; married Marguerite Gaigneur August 21, 1618 in Ste. Marguerite, La Rochelle, France.
 

 1882.  Jean Gaigneur, born Abt. 1560 in Croix-Chapeau, La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died Bef. 1619 in La Rochelle, Aunis, France.  He was the son of 3764. Marin Gaigneur and 3765. Anne Bouildron.  He married 1883. Guillemette Raynier Abt. 1580.
 1883.  Guillemette Raynier, born Abt. 1560 in Croix-Chapeau, La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died Bef. 1619 in La Rochelle, Aunis, France.

Child of Jean Gaigneur and Guillemette Raynier is:
 941 i. Marguerite Gaigneur, born 1598 in Ste Marguerite, La Rochelle, Aunis, France; married Jean Pinard August 21, 1618 in Ste. Marguerite, La Rochelle, France.
 

 1884.  Nicolas Hertel, born 1587 in Bourg, Fecamp, Caux, France; died Bef. 1641.  He married 1885. Jehanne Miriot.
 1885.  Jehanne Miriot, born in Bourgedefecamps, Seine, Inferieure, France.

Child of Nicolas Hertel and Jehanne Miriot is:
 942 i. Jacques Hertel, born 1603 in Fecamp, Rouen, Normandie, France; died August 10, 1651 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; married Marie Marquerite.
 

 1886.  Francois Marguerite, born Abt. 1600 in France; died Deceased.  He was the son of 3772. Thomas Marguerie and 3773. Marie Houllevicque.  He married 1887. Marie Marthe Romain.
 1887.  Marie Marthe Romain, born July 25, 1586 in Seine-Maritime, Rouen, St.vincent, France; died Deceased.  She was the daughter of 3774. Nicholas Romain.

Child of Francois Marguerite and Marie Romain is:
 943 i. Marie Marquerite, born September 12, 1620 in St. Vincent, Rouen, France; died November 26, 1700 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; married (1) Jacques Hertel; married (2) Quentin Moral.
 

 1900.  Guilet Langlois, born Bet. 1545 - 1590 in France; died Bet. 1582 - 1671.  He married 1901. Jeanette Millet Bet. 1571 - 1627.
 1901.  Jeanette Millet, born Bet. 1551 - 1592 in France; died Bet. 1582 - 1677.

Child of Guilet Langlois and Jeanette Millet is:
 950 i. Noel Langlois, born June 04, 1606 in St Leonard, Des Parcs, Normandie, france; died July 14, 1684 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada; married (1) Francoise Grenier July 25, 1634 in Quebec, Canada; married (2) Marie Crevet July 27, 1666 in Chateau-Richer Quebec Canada.
 

 1902.  Guillaume Grenier, born 1588 in France; died Deceased.  He married 1903. Michelle Marille.
 1903.  Michelle Marille, born 1593 in France; died Deceased.

Child of Guillaume Grenier and Michelle Marille is:
 951 i. Francoise Grenier, born Abt. 1610 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died November 01, 1665 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada; married Noel Langlois July 25, 1634 in Quebec, Canada.
 

 1912.  Nicholas Crevier, born April 19, 1581 in St.conde-Jeune, Rouen, Seine Maritime, France; died October 15, 1626 in St.conde-Jeune, Rouen, Seine Maritime, France.  He was the son of 3824. Hughes Crevier and 3825. Helene Lavasseur.  He married 1913. Anne Basiret.
 1913.  Anne Basiret, born 1587 in St.conde-Jeune, Rouen, Seine Maritime, France; died March 12, 1630/31 in St.conde-Jeune, Rouen, Seine Maritime, France.  She was the daughter of 3826. Jean Basiret and 3827. Rauline Gosselin.

Child of Nicholas Crevier and Anne Basiret is:
 956 i. Christophe Crevier, born February 17, 1610/11 in St-Cande-, Le-Jeune, Rouen, France; died Bet. 1662 - 1663 in Trois-Rivieres, Mauricie, Quebec, Canada; married Jeanne Enard Evart.
 

 1920.  Alphonse LeBlanc, born 1525 in Martaize, France.  He was the son of 3840. Peirre LeBlanc.  He married 1921. Isabeau DeEstrade July 15, 1582.
 1921.  Isabeau DeEstrade  She was the daughter of 3842. Gabriel DeEstrade.

Child of Alphonse LeBlanc and Isabeau DeEstrade is:
 960 i. Rene LeBlanc, born 1600 in Martaize, France; died Abt. 1625 in France; married Anne Bourgeous.
 

 1922.  Jacques Bourgeous, born 1618.  He married 1923. Jeanne Trahan.
 1923.  Jeanne Trahan, born 1629.

Child of Jacques Bourgeous and Jeanne Trahan is:
 961 i. Anne Bourgeous, married Rene LeBlanc.
 

 1932.  Nicolas Trahan, born Abt. 1570 in France; died in France.  He married 1933. Renee Desloges.
 1933.  Renee Desloges, born Abt. 1570 in France; died 1632.

Child of Nicolas Trahan and Renee Desloges is:
 966 i. Guillaume Trahan, born Abt. 1611 in St Germain de Bourgeuil, Indre et Loire, France; died Bet. 1665 - 1682 in Acadia, Canada; married Francoise Charbonneau July 17, 1627 in France.
 

 1934.  Mathurin Charbonnier, born Bef. 1573 in France; died Deceased.  He married 1935. Marguerite Ciret.
 1935.  Marguerite Ciret, born Bef. 1577 in France.

Child of Mathurin Charbonnier and Marguerite Ciret is:
 967 i. Francoise Charbonneau, born March 15, 1598/99 in France; died Abt. 1665; married Guillaume Trahan July 17, 1627 in France.
 

 1956.  Guillaume Blanchard, born Abt. 1590 in France; died Deceased.  He married 977. Huguette Poirier.
 977.  Huguette Poirier, born Abt. 1590 in Martaize, Loudun, Vienne, France; died Deceased in Acadia, Canada.

Children of Guillaume Blanchard and Huguette Poirier are:
 978 i. Jean Blanchard, born 1611 in France; died Bet. 1686 - 1693 in Acadia, Canada; married Radegonde Lambert 1642 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.
 979 ii. Radegonde Lambert, born 1621 in Martaize, France; died Bet. 1686 - 1693 in Acadia, Canada; married Jean Blanchard 1642 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.
 

Generation No. 12

 2056.  Mathurin Guyon, born Bet. 1509 - 1538; died Deceased.

Child of Mathurin Guyon is:
 1028 i. Jacques Guyon, born Abt. 1560 in Mortagne, Perche, France; died September 29, 1623; married Marie Huet April 15, 1583.
 

 2752.  Jean Sicard, born Bet. 1463 - 1518; died Bet. 1500 - 1597.  He married 2753. N Doumergue Bet. 1489 - 1552.
 2753.  N Doumergue, born Bet. 1469 - 1521; died Bet. 1500 - 1603.

Child of Jean Sicard and N Doumergue is:
 1376 i. Raymond Sicard, born Bet. 1500 - 1545; died Bet. 1537 - 1626; married Catherine De Salhayret Bet. 1526 - 1582.
 

 3584.  Unknown Trudellle, died in France.  He married 3585. Unknown.
 3585.  Unknown, died in France.

Child of Unknown Trudellle and Unknown is:
 1792 i. Jacques Trudel, born 1574 in Orne, Perche, France; died July 1633 in Orne, Perche, France; married Francoise Revel.
 

 3764.  Marin Gaigneur, born 1530 in Croix-Chapeau, La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died Deceased in Croix-Chapeau, La Rochelle, Aunis, France.  He was the son of 7528. Jean Gaigneur.  He married 3765. Anne Bouildron 1554.
 3765.  Anne Bouildron, born 1534 in Croix-Chapeau, La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died Deceased in Croix-Chapeau, La Rochelle, Aunis, France.

Child of Marin Gaigneur and Anne Bouildron is:
 1882 i. Jean Gaigneur, born Abt. 1560 in Croix-Chapeau, La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died Bef. 1619 in La Rochelle, Aunis, France; married Guillemette Raynier Abt. 1580.
 

 3772.  Thomas Marguerie, born Abt. 1555 in Rouen, Seine Maritime, Normandy, France; died Deceased in France.  He married 3773. Marie Houllevicque.
 3773.  Marie Houllevicque, born Abt. 1560 in Rouen, Seine Maritime, Normandy, France; died Deceased.

Child of Thomas Marguerie and Marie Houllevicque is:
 1886 i. Francois Marguerite, born Abt. 1600 in France; died Deceased; married Marie Marthe Romain.
 

 3774.  Nicholas Romain, born Abt. 1560 in Rouen, Normandy, France; died Deceased.

Child of Nicholas Romain is:
 1887 i. Marie Marthe Romain, born July 25, 1586 in Seine-Maritime, Rouen, St.vincent, France; died Deceased; married Francois Marguerite.
 

 3824.  Hughes Crevier, born 1525 in Ofstecroix, Stquen, Normandie, Fr; died Deceased in France.  He was the son of 7648. Robert Crevier and 7649. Jeanne Dauphin.  He married 3825. Helene Lavasseur.
 3825.  Helene Lavasseur, born Abt. 1558 in St. Croix, St. Ouen, Seine Maritime, France; died Deceased.

Child of Hughes Crevier and Helene Lavasseur is:
 1912 i. Nicholas Crevier, born April 19, 1581 in St.conde-Jeune, Rouen, Seine Maritime, France; died October 15, 1626 in St.conde-Jeune, Rouen, Seine Maritime, France; married Anne Basiret.
 

 3826.  Jean Basiret, born Abt. 1544 in St Cande Jeune, Rouen, Normandy, France; died Deceased.  He married 3827. Rauline Gosselin.
 3827.  Rauline Gosselin, born Abt. 1549 in St Cande Jeune, Rouen, Normandy, France; died Deceased.

Child of Jean Basiret and Rauline Gosselin is:
 1913 i. Anne Basiret, born 1587 in St.conde-Jeune, Rouen, Seine Maritime, France; died March 12, 1630/31 in St.conde-Jeune, Rouen, Seine Maritime, France; married Nicholas Crevier.
 

 3840.  Peirre LeBlanc, born 1475 in France.

Child of Peirre LeBlanc is:
 1920 i. Alphonse LeBlanc, born 1525 in Martaize, France; married Isabeau DeEstrade July 15, 1582.
 

 3842.  Gabriel DeEstrade

Child of Gabriel DeEstrade is:
 1921 i. Isabeau DeEstrade, married Alphonse LeBlanc July 15, 1582.
 

Generation No. 13

 7528.  Jean Gaigneur, born 1500 in France; died Deceased.

Child of Jean Gaigneur is:
 3764 i. Marin Gaigneur, born 1530 in Croix-Chapeau, La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died Deceased in Croix-Chapeau, La Rochelle, Aunis, France; married Anne Bouildron 1554.
 

 7648.  Robert Crevier, born in St Cande Jeune, Rouen, Normandy, France; died Bef. 1583.  He married 7649. Jeanne Dauphin.
 7649.  Jeanne Dauphin, born in St Cande Jeune, Rouen, Normandy, France; died Deceased.

Child of Robert Crevier and Jeanne Dauphin is:
 3824 i. Hughes Crevier, born 1525 in Ofstecroix, Stquen, Normandie, Fr; died Deceased in France; married Helene Lavasseur.

Endnotes

1.  Agnes Belongia Nerenhausen, Aunt Agnes showed me the tombstone and itentified Moses as her great-grandfather.
   



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