EARLY FAMILIES OF THE UPPER GREAT LAKES
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de Langlade (AKA) Gautier de Verville

Wisconsin Historical Collections

Memoirs of Charles de Langlade - Volume 7
by Lyman Copeland Draper

The Langlade Family, at first known by the name Mouet de Moras, came originally from Castle Sarrasin in Bassee, Guyenne, France. Pierre Mouet, Landlord of Moras, ensign in a company in a regiment of the Carignan, settled in Trois Riveres, PQ, Canada in 1668.
His children were (7 sons and 2 daughters):
Pierre - married Elizabeth Jutras
Jacques
Rene
Louis, surnamed Sieur de la Borde
Michel
Joseph
Marie
Madeleine
Theresa

Pierre Mouet and Elizabeth Jutras had the following children:
Marie
Francoise
Marie Josette
Jean Baptiste
Marie Marguerite
Didace
Augustin - the 1st to bear the name Sieur de Langlade - born September 1703 Trois Rivieres Isabelle

August Mouet, Sieur de Langlade, married Domitilde (AKA Theresa), widow of Daniel Villeneuve and sister of a Chief of the Ottawa, King Nissowaquet. Child of Domitilde and Daniel was Daniel, born September 1712 Children of Domitilde and Augustin were believed to be:

Agathe, born 1722; married M. Soulignay/Souligny (AKA M. Caron) who was considered very cruel, and who was a Menominee Chief;
2nd marriage to Amable Grigon No children were born of either marriage.

Constant Stanislas Anne, born April 18, 1735; married Antoine Guyori; married B. Blondeau

Marie Louise Theresa, born October 2, 1736; married Claude Germain Gautier de Verville They had a son, Charles Gautier de Verville (AKA de Langlade)

Jean Baptiste Charles Michel de Langlade, born May 1729 in an Ottawa Village near Mackinaw; baptised May 7, 1729

Charles Gautier de Verville married Magdaleine Chevalier on January 1, 1779
Known children were:
Domitille, generally called Madeleine; married Michael Brisbois, Jr.
__________ who married Henry Fisher

Charles Gautier de Verville also had had at least five children by Indian Woman who were servants to his uncle, Charles Michel de Langlade:
three by a Menominee Indian Woman,
two by either an Osage or a Pawnee Indian Woman.

Lucille A. Hoag


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