DIED: 10 Aug 1824 St-Philippe, Laprairie [5, 9, 40] : 1 Apr 1812 St-Philippe, Laprairie [5] [5, 9, 20, 22, 40]

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1 Mary Jeanne - Omer - Louis Louise: f2 / f3: HIPOLYTE PAUL MARTIN : MARIE-ANNE DUCLOS FATHER: Eustache Martin : Toussaint Duclos MOTHER: Genevieve Poissant : Marie-Anne Gervais BORN: 2 Jul 1796 St-Philippe, Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 40] : ca 1798 at Quebec [40] DIED: 28 Dec 1863 St-Remi, Napierville, Quebec [40] : 11 Jan 1853 St-Philippe, Laprairie, Quebec [40] MARRIED: 6 Oct [5, 9, 20, 22, 40] St-Philippe, Laprairie, Quebec MEMOIRS: In 1819, Hipolyte worked as a labourer at St-Philippe, Laprairie. [40] Hipolyte and Marie- Anne s offspring birth/marriage/death data (at St-Philippe, Laprairie): Clothilde (15 Jul 1818 / Julien Brosseau 11 Feb 1839), Hipolyte (25 Nov 1819 / died an infant), Paul (ca 1821 / Clotilde Dupuis 23 Feb 1846 / 24 Mar 1861), Francois-Xavier (18 Jul 1823 / Rebecca Pilotte 4 Jun 1849 / 30 May 1866 Immaculate Conception, Pain Court, Ontario), Marie-Anne (6 Oct 1825 / Joseph Chevres 28 Jan 1845 / 16 Feb 1910 St-Philippe, Grand Pointe, Ontario), Joseph (1 Dec 1826 / 13 Dec 1826), Toussaint (13 Jul 1828 / Denise Bourdeau 13 July 1850 St-Jacques-le-Mineur, Laprairie), Marie- Adelaide (10 Jun 1830 / died young), Louise (e1), Edouard (11 Nov 1832 / Marguerite Bourdeau 15 Nov 1854 St- Jacques-le-Mineur), Pierre-Moise (14 Feb 1835 / Marie Pilotte ca 1857 St-Peter s, Tilbury, Ontario / died in 1892 St- Philippe, Grande Pointe), Julien-David (4 Jul 1837 / 19 Feb 1861). [5, 9, 22, 39, 40] Hipolyte Martin s second marriage was with Felicite-Oringue Beauchamp on 19 Nov 1855 at Saint-Remi, Les Jardins, Napierville, Quebec. Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte: g4 / g5: EUSTACHE MARTIN : GENEVIEVE POISSANT FATHER: Toussaint Martin : Pierre Poissant MOTHER: Marie-Anne Perrier : Marie-Angelique Giroux BORN: 17 Oct 1752 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 40] : 25 Jun 1752 [5, 9, 40] Laprairie, Quebec DIED: 10 Aug 1824 St-Philippe, Laprairie [5, 9, 40] : 1 Apr 1812 St-Philippe, Laprairie [5] MARRIED: 11 Apr [5, 9, 20, 22, 40] St-Philippe de Laprairie, Quebec MEMOIRS: Eustache and Genevieve s children birth/marriage/death data (at St-Philippe, Laprairie, Quebec) are as follows: Eustache (13 Mar 1775 / 21 Sep 1776), Joseph (17 Nov 1777 / Marguerite Brossard 9 Feb 1807 La-Nativitede-Laprairie), Marie-Reine (6 Jan 1780 / Claude Payan 20 Oct 1800), Catherine (2 Mar 1782 / Isaac Robert 29 Oct 1804 / 5 Mar 1863), Genevieve (17 May 1784 / 28 May 1784), Godefroy (5 Jun 1785 / 30 Apr 1786), Monique (4 Apr 1787 / Joseph Gregoire 17 Feb 1806), [22, 40] Marie-Louise (2 Jul 1789 / Eustache Demers 23 Oct 1809 / 11 Jan 1854 Ste-Martine, Quebec), Toussaint (27 Feb 1792 / Cecile Hebert 1 Feb 1813 / 8 Oct 1860 St-Remi, Napierville), Hipolyte (f2). Eustache Martin and Genevieve Poissant share common ancestors in Jean Besset and Anne Seigneur (j43). < Eustache Marie Jean Marie < < < < Jean Besset (j42) Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte <<< + <<<<<< + < Genevieve Pierre Marguerite: < < < < Anne Seigneur [5, 22, 40] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Anne: g6 / g7: TOUSSAINT DUCLOS : MARIE-ANNE GERVAIS FATHER: Pierre Duclos : Joseph Gervais MOTHER: Marie-Amable Laframboise : Marie-Anne Bisaillon BORN: 31 Oct 1772 Boucherville, Quebec : ca 1778 at Quebec MARRIED: 8 Feb [5, 20, 22] La-Nativite-de-la-Sainte-Vierge, Laprairie, Quebec MEMOIRS: Toussaint and Marie-Anne s offspring marriage data (at St-Philippe, Laprairie) includes: Toussaint (19 Nov 1796 / Marguerite Martin 27 Nov 1821), Marie-Anne (f3), Antoine (ca 1800 / Marie Paquet 16 Feb 1819), Michel (ca 1802 / Sophie Montminy 12 Feb 1828), [5, 22, 40] Edouard (ca 1804 / Genevieve Robert 21 Jan 1833)

2 Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Eustache: h8 / h9: TOUSSAINT MARTIN : MARIE-ANNE PERRIER FATHER: Pierre Martin : Jean Perrier dit Olivier MOTHER: Perinne Rigaud : Catherine Jousset BORN: 20 Oct 1725 Daumeray, Angers, Anjou, France [5, 40] : 21 Sep 1726 [5, 40] Laprairie, Quebec DIED: 31 Jul 1755 St-Philippe, Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 40] : 15 Sep 1770 [5, 40] Laprairie, Quebec MARRIED: 10 Feb [5, 9, 20, 22, 40] La-Nativite-de-la-Sainte-Vierge, Laprairie, Quebec MEMOIRS: Toussaint and Marie-Anne s offspring birth/marriage/death data (at Laprairie) follows in the order of their birth: Marie-Anne (3 May 1751 / 11 Jul 1751), Eustache (g4), Pierre (24 Nov 1754 / died before 1761). [5, 40] Marie-Anne next married Pierre-Charles Romain dit Sanscrainte on 29 Aug 1756 at Quebec. [9] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve: h10 / h11: PIERRE POISSANT : MARIE-ANGELIQUE GIROUX FATHER: Jacques Poissant dit LaSaline : Francois Giroux MOTHER: Marguerite Besset : Marie-Angelique Maheu BORN: ca 1707 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 40] [5, 9, 25] : 11 Oct 1715 Beauport, Quebec DIED: 19 Jan 1783 St-Philippe, Laprairie : ca 1780 Laprairie, Quebec MARRIED: 16 Apr [5, 9, 20, 22, 25, 40] Laprairie, Quebec MEMOIRS: Their offspring birth/marriage/death details (at St-Philippe, Laprairie) follow: Pierre (5 Jan 1737 / Marie-Catherine Monet 19 Apr 1762 / 21 Feb 1801), Angelique (25 Dec 1740 / Dominique Manchaut 30 Jan 1758 / 2 nd marriage, Jean-Baptiste Falard 20 Oct 1760 / 22 Feb 1806), Jean-Baptiste (24 Apr 1745 / Marie-Louise Bariteau 13 Aug 1770 / 2 nd marriage, Marie-Magdeleine d Haire 4 Nov 1777 / 27 Mar 1812), Marie-Catherine (30 Nov 1749 / Jean-Baptiste Perrier 12 Feb 1770 / 27 Jul 1825), Genevieve (g5), Joseph (20 Jul 1754 / Marie-Anne Demers 27 Nov 1780 / ca 1825), Louis (7 May 1756 / Marie-Anne Dupuis 27 Nov 1786 / 2 nd [5, 9, 22, 40] marriage, Genevieve Marier 3 Feb 1806 / 14 Feb 1832). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint: h12 / h13: PIERRE DUCLOS : AMABLE LAFRAMBOISE dit Menanteau FATHER: Pierre Duclos : Francois Laframboise MOTHER: Charlotte Etienne dit Durivage : Marie-Josette Langevin BORN: 28 Jan 1739 Longue Pointe, Quebec : 22 Apr 1740 Boucherville, Quebec [5] DIED: : 9 Apr 1777 Boucherville, Quebec [5] MARRIED: 29 Apr [5, 9, 20, 22] Sainte-Famille, Boucherville, Quebec MEMOIRS: Amable Laframbroise first wed Pierre Plante on 18 Nov 1754 at Ste-Famille, Boucherville. They had a son, Pierre (ca 1757 / Therese Dargis 5 Feb 1776 Sorel). Amable and Pierre Duclos offspring birth/ marriage/death data (at Boucherville) follows: Amable (13 May 1766 / Michel Langevin 1 Feb 1790 Varennes), Pierre (17 Aug 1767), Jean-Baptiste (18 Oct 1768 / Genevieve Veroux 11 Apr 1796 Kaskaskia, Illinois / died at Kaskaskia), Charles (1 Dec 1769 / wed Madeleine D Amour dit Delouviere), Etienne (27 Dec 1770 / Louise Gervais 20 Feb 1797 Notre- Dame-de-la-Madeleine, Laprairie), Toussaint (g6), Marie-Anne (16 Feb 1774 / 19 Jan 1775), Antoine (7 Apr 1775), [5, 22] Joseph (17 Apr 1776 / 13 May 1776), Marie-Angelique (26 Mar 1777 / Henri Breton 3 Nov 1801 Laprairie, Quebec). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Anne: h14 / h15: JOSEPH GERVAIS : MARIE-ANNE BISAILLON FATHER: Jean-Baptiste Gervais : Etienne Bisaillon MOTHER: Therese Senecal : Amable Robidoux BORN: ca 1751 at Quebec : 23 Dec 1754 St-Constant, Laprairie, Quebec [5] DIED: 5 Jan 1828 Laprairie, Quebec [5] : 28 Jan 1783 Laprairie, Quebec [5] MARRIED: 5 Feb [5, 9, 20, 22] St-Philippe de Laprairie, Quebec MEMOIRS: Marie-Anne and Joseph s offspring birth/marriage data includes: Marie-Anne (g7), Louise (ca 1780 / Etienne Duclos 20 Feb 1797 Laprairie), Isaac (25 Mar 1782 Laprairie / Rose Guerin 29 Aug 1803 Notre-Dame-dela-Madeleine, Laprairie). Joseph Gervais next wed Marie-Louise Normandin on 11 Jan 1785 at La-Nativite-de

3 la-sainte-vierge, Laprairie. Joseph and Ms. Normandin had a daughter, Marie (born ca 1788 / wed Michel Dupré 2 May 1814 Laprairie). Joseph s third marriage was with Marie-Anne Audet on 9 Feb 1795 at La-Nativite-de-la- Vierge, Laprairie. Their children s statistics include: Archange (born ca 1796 / wed Louis Suprenant 15 Feb 1813 Laprairie), Marie-Genevieve (born ca 1799 / wed Jean-Baptiste Desnoyers 20 Oct 1823 St-Philippe, Laprairie, Quebec). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Eustache Toussaint: i16 / i17: PIERRE MARTIN : PERINNE RIGAUD FATHER: Martin Martin : Christophe Rigaud MOTHER: Jeanne Dobert : Renée Patri BORN: 18 Mar 1699 Durtal, Anjou, France [5, 40] : ca 1699 [5, 40] Angers, Anjou, France DIED: 22 Jun 1748 Notre Dame, Montreal, Quebec [5, 9, 40] [5, 40] : 16 Feb 1761 La-Nativite, Laprairie MARRIED: 7 Nov [5, 9, 12, 40] Daumeray, Angers, Anjou, France MEMOIRS: Pierre was from Durtal, Anjou, France. [20] According to Rodney Martin, Pierre was a convicted salt smuggler and was exiled to New France in 1733, along with his family. [40] Pierre and Perinne s offspring birth/marriage/death data (at St-Philippe, Laprairie) includes: Toussaint (h8), Pierre (27 Jul 1727 Daumeray, Angers / Marie-Anne Dupuis 10 Feb 1755 / 13 Oct 1794 St-Constant, Laprairie), Michel (29 Nov 1729 Durtal, Anjou / Madeleine Rivet 25 Nov 1754 La-Nativite-de-Laprairie / 23 May 1797), Simon (30 Jan 1732 Durtal / Marie- Catherine Lecuyer 1 Oct 1764 / 18 Feb 1810), Joseph (20 May 1733 Durtal, Anjou / Agnes Perrier 29 Aug 1756 / 12 Dec 1816). [5, 9, 22, 40] Perrine Rigaud next wed Joachim Deneau dit Destaillis about 1755 at Laprairie, Quebec. [40] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Eustache Marie Anne: i18 / i19: JEAN PERRIER dit Olivier : CATHERINE JOUSSET FATHER: Laurent Perrier dit Olivier : Pierre Jousset MOTHER: Marie Besset : Jeanne Goguet BORN: 27 Apr 1692 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 40] [5, 40] : 23 Jun 1696 Montreal, Quebec DIED: 2 Aug 1752 St-Philippe, Laprairie, Quebec [40] : 17 Jan 1760 St-Philippe, Laprairie, Quebec [5] MARRIED: 14 Nov [5, 20, 40] Notre Dame Cathedral, Montreal, Quebec MEMOIRS: Jean and Catherine s offspring marriage data (all at St-Philippe, Laprairie) includes: Catherine (13 Nov 1719 / Francois Dumont 6 Feb 1741), Olivier-Pierre (12 Sep 1721 / Marie-Josette Lemieux 6 Feb 1747), Anne (15 Jun 1723 / died young), Marie-Anne (h9), Olivier-Rene (22 Mar 1729 / Angelique Giroux 29 Apr 1754 St-Constant, Laprairie / 2 nd marriage, Marie-Marguerite Deneau 14 Feb 1757 St-Constant), Jean (19 Apr 1731 / 23 Apr 1731), Agnes (10 May 1734 / Joseph Martin 29 Aug 1756 / 3 May 1803), [5, 22] Jean-Baptiste (28 Apr 1736 / Marie-Catherine Poissant 12 Feb 1770). [5, 22, 40] Jean Perrier and Pierre Poissant (h10) are first cousins by way of their mothers who are sisters. Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve - Pierre: i20 / i21: JACQUES POISSANT dit Lasaline : MARGUERITE BESSET FATHER: Jacques Poissant dit Lasaline : Jean Besset MOTHER: Isabelle Margos : Anne le Seigneur BORN: 12 Jul 1661 Marennes, Rochefort, Saintonge [5, 20] [5, 9, 21, 27, 40] : 15 Feb 1671 St-Joseph, Chambly DIED: 19 Aug 1734 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 40] : 8 Jul 1760 [5, 25] Montreal, Quebec MARRIED: ca [5, 22] St-Joseph, Chambly, Quebec MEMOIRS: Jacques and Marguerite s offspring birth/marriage/death details (all at St-Pierre, Laprairie, Quebec except as noted) are as follows: Jean-Baptiste (20 Jul 1700 / Marie-Charlotte Gagné 6 Feb 1747 / 30 Dec 1774), Jacques (9 Aug 1702 / Marie-Angelique Monet dit Laverdure 1 Dec 1730 / died before 19 Aug 1758), Francois (15 Jun 1704 / 7 Feb 1786), Pierre (h10), Claude (27 Jan 1709 / Marie-Josette Lemieux 29 Sep 1749 / 25 Aug 1773), Marguerite (ca 1711 / Pierre Beaudin 8 Jan 1731 / 2 nd marriage, Louis Glinel 19 Jan 1756 / 3 rd marriage, Paul Lamarre 24 Jan 1763 / 17 Nov 1778), Francois-Xavier (13 Oct 1716 / 1 May 1733), Jacquette-Agathe (27 Jul 1720 / Jean-Baptiste Monette 19 Jan 1739). [5, 9, 22, 40]

4 Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Angelique: i22 / i23: FRANCOIS GIROUX : MARIE-ANGELIQUE MAHEU FATHER: Raphael Giroux : Charles Maheu MOTHER: Marie-Madeleine Vachon : Marie-Charlotte Garnier BORN: 18 May 1693 Beauport, Quebec : 17 Mar 1695 [5, 9, 25] L Ange-Gardien, Quebec DIED: 15 Nov 1743 Beauport, Quebec : 21 Mar 1771 Laprairie, Quebec [5] MARRIED: 5 Feb [5, 9, 20] La-Nativite-de-Notre-Dame, Beauport, Quebec MEMOIRS: Marie-Angelique and Francois offspring birth/marriage/death details (all Beauport) follow: Marie-Angelique (h11), Anne (11 Aug 1717 / Joseph Ritchot 14 Oct 1737 Laprairie), Genevieve (12 Jun 1719 / Jean- Baptiste Danis dit Tourangeau 4 Feb 1743 Yamaska / 17 Feb 1750 Yamaska), Jean-Baptiste (17 Sep 1720 / Marie-Catherine Longtin 16 Aug 1746 Laprairie / 26 Dec 1776 St-Philippe, Laprairie), Francoise (4 Oct 1722 / Paul Senecal 18 Apr 1746 Laprairie), Francois (3 Nov 1724 / 2 May 1733), Nicolas (26 Jan 1726 / 13 Mar 1753 Detroit, Michigan), Joseph (3 May 1727 / 24 Jul 1727), Marie-Josephe (14 Jun 1728 St-Francois-de-Sales, Ile-Jesus / 24 Jul 1728 St-Francois-de-Sales), Michel (4 Feb 1730 St-Francois-de-Sales / Veronique Daigneau 26 May 1753 Laprairie), Josephte (18 Jan 1731 Lachine / Antoine Senecal 6 May 1748), Marie-Madeleine (8 Feb 1733 Varennes / 4 Jul 1733 Varennes), Madeleine (29 May 1734 Varennes / Jean Sedilot dit Montreuil 14 Feb 1752 Laprairie / 18 Aug 1776 St-Philippe, Laprairie), Antoine (ca 1735 / 6 Apr 1780 St-Philippe), Pierre (22 Oct 1738 Laprairie / 29 Oct 1738 Laprairie). [5, 9, 22, 25] Marie-Angelique Maheu s [9, 22] second union was with Francois Sedilot on 21 Aug 1761 at La-Nativite-de-la-Vierge, Laprairie, Quebec. Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Pierre: i24 / i25: PIERRE DUCLOS : CHARLOTTE ETIENNE dit Durivage FATHER: Jean Duclos : Rene Etienne dit Durivage MOTHER: Marie Poutre dit Lavigne : Marie Aubuchon BORN: 22 Apr 1698 Pointe-aux-Trembles, PQ : 23 Sep 1709 Pointe-aux-Trembles, PQ DIED: 6 May 1785 Sault-au-Recollet, Quebec [5] : 16 May 1784 Sault-au-Recollet, Quebec [5] MARRIED: 30 Sep [5, 9, 20] St-Francois-d Assise, Longue-Pointe, Ile-de-Montreal, Quebec MEMOIRS: Pierre and Charlotte s offspring birth/marriage/death details (at Longue-Pointe, Quebec except where indicated) follow in their birth order: Pierre 1 st (4 Oct 1732 / 27 Sep 1734), Cabana 8 Feb 1762 Saint-Charles-sur-Richelieu, Quebec), Alexis (22 Apr 1734 / Agathe Charon dit Josephte (13 Mar 1735 / Charles-Alexis Pariseau dit Debleds 22 Feb 1751 / 3 Dec 1771 St-Charles-sur-Richelieu, Quebec), Philippe (15 Jan 1736), Pierre 2 nd (2 Mar 1737 / 5 Sep 1737), Charlotte (30 Jan 1738 / 18 Jun 1738), Pierre (h12), Antoine (5 Feb 1740 / Genevieve Lorrain 18 Feb 1765), Prospere [5, 9, 22] (28 Dec 1741 / Jean-Baptiste Poirier 25 Nov 1765), Jean-Baptiste (4 Feb 1743 / Angelique Brunel 11 Feb 1771). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Amable: i26 / i27: FRANCOIS LAFRAMBOISE : MARIE-JOSETTE LANGEVIN FATHER: Nicolas Laframboise dit Doyon : Charles Langevin MOTHER: Marie-Louise Gareau : Marie-Madeleine Veronneau BORN: 5 Feb 1719 Boucherville, Quebec : 30 Mar 1718 Boucherville, Quebec [5] DIED: 13 Mar 1807 Boucherville, Quebec [5] : 12 Feb 1789 Boucherville, Quebec [5] MARRIED: 8 Sep [5, 9, 20, 22] Ste-Famille, Boucherville, Quebec MEMOIRS: Amable s sibling birth/marriage/death details are as follows: Amable (h13), Charlotte (ca 1742 / [9, 22] Pierre Gauthier 18 Jun 1770 Boucherville, Quebec), Francois (ca 1745 / Marie-Anne Favreau 4 Nov 1771 Boucherville)

5 Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie - Joseph: i28 / i29: JEAN-BAPTISTE GERVAIS : THERESE SENECAL FATHER: Jean-Baptiste Gervais : Pierre Senecal MOTHER: Anne Lefebvre : Marguerite Pinsonneault BORN: 14 Jun 1707 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 29] : 20 Nov 1708 Contrecoeur, Vercheres, PQ DIED: 5 Nov 1784 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 20] : 5 Jun 1778 Laprairie, Quebec [5] MARRIED: 25 Feb [5, 9, 20, 22] La-Nativite-de-la-Sainte-Vierge, Laprairie, Quebec MEMOIRS: Their children birth/marriage/death data (at Laprairie) includes: Amable (24 Nov 1732 / Francois Longtin 10 May 1751 La-Nativite-de-la-Vierge, Laprairie / 2 nd marriage, Pierre Brossard 4 Oct 1779 / 15 Oct 1801), Pierre (15 Feb 1734 / 23 Jul 1734), Therese (24 Feb 1735 / Augustin Bourdon 28 Jan 1754), Josephte (20 Oct 1736 / 28 Apr 1740), Catherine (24 Aug 1739 / 5 Jul 1740), Jean-Baptiste (16 Dec 1741 / Marie-Louise Brosseau 1 Jul 1765 / 13 Apr 1771), Anne (ca 1742 / Jean-Baptiste Guerin 3 Jun 1765), Antoine (4 Aug 1743), Laurent (6 Nov 1744), [5, 9, 22] Joseph (h14). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Marie Anne: i30 / i31: ETIENNE BISAILLON : AMABLE ROBIDOUX FATHER: Etienne Bisaillon : Joseph Robidoux MOTHER: Francoise Lebert : Marie-Anne Mesny BORN: 29 Feb 1720 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 29] : 24 Dec 1732 Laprairie, Quebec DIED: 12 Dec 1780 St-Philippe, Laprairie, Quebec [5] : 11 Nov 1809 St-Constant, Laprairie MARRIED: 5 Mar [5, 9, 20, 22] Saint-Constant, Laprairie, Quebec MEMOIRS: Etienne and Amable s offspring marriage data (at St-Philippe, Laprairie) follows in birth order: Marie-Anne (h15), Etienne (19 Dec 1757 / 2 Jan 1758), Toussaint (4 Feb 1759 St-Constant / Genevieve Gauvreau 15 Nov 1784), Amable (17 Mar 1761 / Marguerite Robert 9 July 1787 / Catherine Dupuis 17 Nov 1794), Etienne 2 nd (12 Oct 1762), Marie-Madeleine (25 Jul 1764 / Joseph St-Denis 26 Apr 1785 / ca 1796), Genevieve (29 Jun 1766 / 30 Jul 1766), Francois (4 Jan 1768), Joseph (17 Aug 1769 / Francoise Dupuis 14 Nov 1796 / ca 1810), Marguerite (22 Dec 1770 / 17 Mar 1783), Benoit (20 Mar 1772), Veronique (2 Jan 1774), [5, 22] Marie-Desanges (31 Jul 1775 / 30 May 1777). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Eustache Toussaint - Pierre: j32 / j33: MARTIN MARTIN : JEANNE DOBERT BORN: ca 1675 at France [5, 40] [5, 40] : ca 1678 at France [5, 12] MARRIED: ca France MEMOIRS: Martin and Jeanne were alive as of their son, Pierre s (i16), wedding in the year Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Eustache Toussaint - Perrine: j34 / j35: CHRISTOPHE RIGAUD : RENÉE PATRI FATHER: : Jacques Patri MOTHER: : Urbaine Rousseau BORN: ca 1673 l Ardiere, Anjou, France [5, 40] : 3 Apr 1673 Daumeray, Angers, Anjou [5] DIED: 13 Apr 1724 La-Chanterie, Daumeray, Angers [5, 40] : 1 Jul 1727 [5, 40] La-Chanterie, Daumeray MARRIED: 7 Jul [5, 40] La-Chaterie, Daumeray, Angers, Anjou, France MEMOIRS: Christophe and Renee s offspring birth/marriage/death details (La-Chanterie, Daumeray, Angers, Anjou, France except as noted otherwise) include the following in the order of their birth: Jeanne (16 Jul 1697 l Ardiere, Anjou / Etienne Chantelou ca 1715), Perrine (i17), Renee (12 Nov 1700 / Antoine Jubeau 5 Feb 1731), Christophe (21 Oct 1703), Toussaint (1 Nov 1705 / Jeanne Boulard 27 Apr 1728 / 2 nd marriage, Perrine Joulain 21 Jul 1750), Jean (ca 1707 / died in 1708), Urbaine (18 May 1710 / wed Urbain Langlois), [5, 40] Jacques (24 Jul 1717 / 29 Sep 1719). [5, 40]

6 Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Eustache Marie Jean: j36 / j37: LAURENT PERRIER dit Olivier : MARIE-MADELEINE BESSET FATHER: Laurent Perrier dit Olivier : Jean Besset dit Brisetout MOTHER: Francoise Chauvin dit Guyard : Anne LeSeigneur BORN: ca 1665 Brest, Bretagne, Finistere, Fr. [5, 9, 21, 40] : ca 1669 [5, 9, 27] Chambly, Quebec DIED: 15 Jun 1740 Laprairie, Chambly, Quebec [5, 9, 40] [5, 9, 21, 25, 40] : 18 May 1714 Laprairie, Chambly MARRIED: 26 Nov [5, 9, 20, 21, 22, 40] Fort St-Louis, Chambly, Quebec MEMOIRS: Laurent and Marie-Madeleine s offspring birth/marriage/death data (at Laprairie) includes: Jean (i18), Marie-Anne (26 Mar 1694 / Jean-Baptiste Vigeant dit Taupier 7 Jan 1713), Marie-Jeanne (10 Apr 1696 / Jean Lebuis dit Lavergne 4 Dec 1721 / 5 Jul 1755), Angelique (24 May 1698 / 15 Jul 1713 Montreal), Therese (12 May 1706 Chambly / 22 Mar 1730), Marguerite (20 May 1708 Chambly / Louis Mouilleron dit Laliberte 23 Jun 1729 Montreal / 2 nd marriage, Jacques Contant 21 Oct 1744 / 3 rd marriage, Marin Donnery 31 Aug 1761 / 28 Oct 1763 Detroit, Michigan), [5, 9, 22, 25, 40] Marguerite-Therese (18 Feb 1710 Chambly / 7 Nov 1725). Laurent Perrier s second marriage was with Marie-Jeanne Dumas (see L670), on 22 Jul 1714 at Laprairie. Vital statistics (at Laprairie, Quebec) for Laurent s children with Ms. Dumas follow: Barbe (7 May 1715 / Charles Gendron 16 Jul 1736 La-Perade, Quebec), Madeleine (2 Jun 1717 / Michel Bisaillon 11 Jan 1740 / 2 nd marriage, Joseph Lepage dit St-Amant 17 Aug 1750 Chateauguay), Laurent (24 Nov 1719), Rene (2 Jul 1722), Jeanne (5 Aug 1724 / Joseph Gendron 23 Apr 1742 St-Joachim, Chateauguay). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Eustache Marie Catherine: j38 / j39: PIERRE JOUSSET : JEANNE GOGUET FATHER: Jean Jousset : Pierre Goguet MOTHER: Marie Deniet : Louise Garnier BORN: ca 1652 St-Pierre, Larochelle, Aunis [9] : 28 Nov 1660 Montreal, Quebec DIED: 9 Apr 1730 Laprairie, Quebec : 24 Jun 1747 at Quebec MARRIED: 22 Nov [5, 9, 20, 21] St-Infant-Jesus, Pointe-aux-Trembles, Quebec MEMOIRS: Jeanne first wed Noel Sommereux on 15 Oct 1674 at Montreal and had: Paul (ca 1676 Rivieredes-Prairies / died an infant), [5, 9, 40] Charlotte (27 Mar 1678 Riviere-des-Prairies / Jean-Jacques Talbot dit Gervais 1 Jan 1698 St- Joseph mission, Riviere-des-Prairies / 23 Nov 1708 St-Thomas, Montmagny). Jeanne Goguet would have been pregnant [21, 22] with Charlotte for only a month when Mr. Sommereux drowned on 4 Jul 1677 at Riviere-des-Prairies. Pierre Jousset and Jeanne s offpspring wedding data (at Montreal): Jean-Pierre (15 Jan 1679), Marie (31 Jan 1681 / 2 Oct 1683), Jean (28 May 1683), Marie 2 nd (9 Dec 1684 / Charles Chevaudier dit Lepine 30 May 1701 / 2 Jun 1767 Riviere-des-Prairies), Jean-Baptiste (17 Jan 1686 / 3 Jan 1688), Jacques (ca 1688 / 23 May 1717), Suzanne (ca 1690 / Francois Jobin 7 Jan 1711 / 17 Dec 1757 L Assomption, Quebec), Marguerite (15 Mar 1692 Lachine / Jacques Desgagnés 30 Oct 1712), Francoise (1 Feb 1694 / Paul Poiriau dit Bellefeuille 3 Apr 1718), Catherine (i19). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Pierre Jacques: j40 / j41: JACQUES POISSANT dit LaSaline : ISABELLE MARGOS [5, 20] MARRIED: ca Marennes, Xaintes, Saintonge, France Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Pierre Marguerite: j42 / j43: JEAN BESSET dit Brisetout : ANNE LeSEIGNEUR FATHER: : Guillaume LeSeigneur MOTHER: : Marguerite Sauve BORN: ca 1643 Cahors, Guyenne, France [5, 21, 25, 27] [5, 9, 25, 27] : 1 Mar 1649 St-Maclou, Rouen, Normandy DIED: 5 Jan 1707 Chambly, Quebec [5, 9, 21, 25, 27] : 4 Jul 1733 [9, 21, 25, 27] Chambly, Quebec MARRIED: 3 Jul [5, 9, 20, 22, 27] St-Joseph, Chambly, Quebec MEMOIRS: Anne was a King s daughter who left for Canada in Jean was a soldier with the LaTour [20, 27] Company of the Carignan Regiment and landed at Quebec on 18 Jun Lebel indicates that after a difficult crossing of more than one hundred days, Jean and his regiment spent the first winter at Quebec City. The marriage contract reveals that Jean was a soldier at present living at Fort St-Louis. [21] Jean and Anne [21, 27] settled at Chambly. On 14 Oct 1673, Jean obtained land at Chambly that he had already been farming. [5, 22]

7 The property was 19 perches of frontage along the basin and forty arpents in depth on the Huron coast at present day St-Mathias-de-Rouville. Each winter on the feast of St-Martin, Jean was to pay to his Seigneur, a minot of wheat for each arpent of his frontage. On 22 Jul 1674, Jean sold this lot which included, a planked wood cottage twenty feet long by sixteen wide covered in thatch and seven arpents of land described as workable with a pickaxe. The sale price was 40 minots of wheat from the present harvest and 80 livres. Later that month, Jean bought 80 arpents of land at Sault St-Louis near Montreal for 80 livres. On 19 Jul 1678, Jean returned to Chambly and obtained a concession with two arpents frontage by forty arpents deep for the price of 70 livres. The 1681 census reveals that Jean owned a gun, three head of cattle and had six arpents under cultivation. [21] Jean Besset was captured by the Iroquois in the fall of 1690 and had escaped or was released by [27] Jean and Anne s offspring birth/marriage/death data (at Montreal) follows in the order of their birth: Marie-Madeleine (j37), Marguerite (i21), Jean (27 Dec 1672 Boucherville / was scalped by the Iroquois at St-Lambert in 1691 but survived / Marie-Anne Benoit dit Livernois 16 May 1695 Laprairie / 8 May 1751 Pointe- Olivier, St-Mathias), Simon (13 Jan 1676 / in 1681), Marie-Anne (ca1679 / Louis Haguenier 15 Sep 1708 Chambly / 24 Aug 1741), Pierre (9 Jul 1682 Contrecoeur / 16 Nov 1687 Sorel), Francois (26 Jul 1685 Contrecoeur / Marie-Claude Dubois 9 Feb 1716 Chambly / 3 Jun 1764 Chambly), Therese-Charlotte (1 Feb 1690 / drowned 3 Apr 1707, her body was [5, 9, 21, 22, 25, 27] found on 10 May at Sorel, buried at Chambly). Jean Besset dit Brisetout is also found at number (k74). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Francois: j44 / j45: RAPHAEL GIROUX : MARIE-MADELEINE VACHON FATHER: Toussaint Giroux : Paul Vachon MOTHER: Marie Godard : Marguerite Langlois BORN: 30 Jul 1656 Beauport, Quebec [9, 26] [9, 22, 25] : 13 Aug 1664 Quebec City, Quebec DIED: 11 Feb 1715 Beauport, Quebec [5, 9, 26] [5, 9, 22, 25] : 25 Sep 1715 Beauport, Quebec MARRIED: 26 Nov [5, 9, 25] La Nativity de Notre Dame, Beauport, Quebec MEMOIRS: Francois sibling birth/marriage/death data (at Beauport, Quebec): Marie-Madeleine (21 Dec 1682 / 11 Jan 1703), Marguerite (20 Dec 1684 / Paul de Rainville 27 Nov 1714 / 8 Feb 1731), Raphael (26 Oct 1686 / Marie Mailloux 16 Nov 1716), Noel (28 Jan 1689 / Genevieve Cadieu 22 Jun 1711 / 23 Apr 1758), Jean-Baptiste (24 Apr 1691 / Agnes Garnier 28 Feb 1718), Francois (i22), Pierre (11 Jan 1695 / Catherine Trudel 3 Feb 1728 L Ange-Gardien / 17 Feb 1753), Anne (17 Apr 1697 / Louis Provost 9 Jul 1731 / 25 May 1767), Paul (15 Oct 1699), Alexis (twin, 17 Aug 1702 / 22 Aug 1702), Louis (twin, 17 Aug 1702 / Magdeleine Mailloux 26 Aug 1727 / 12 Feb 1731), Madeleine (15 Aug 1705 / [5, 9, 21, 22] Germain Mailloux 25 Apr 1724), Genevieve (15 Sep 1707 / Pierre Bernard 5 Feb 1730 / 26 Apr 1763 Charlesbourg). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Marie Angelique: j46 / j47: CHARLES MAHEU : MARIE-CHARLOTTE GARNIER FATHER: Pierre Maheu : Charles Garnier MOTHER: Jeanne Drouin : Louise Vezina BORN: ca 1665 Chateau-Richer, Quebec [9] : 30 Dec 1666 [5, 9, 25] Chateau-Richer, Quebec DIED: 8 Jan 1703 L Ange-Gardien, Quebec [9, 21] : 4 Apr 1736 [5, 9, 25] Beauport, Quebec MARRIED: 26 Apr [5, 9, 20, 21, 25] L Ange-Gardien, Quebec MEMOIRS: Charles and Marie-Charlotte s offspring birth/marriage/death records (at L Ange-Gardien) follow in the order of their birth: Charles (23 Jan 1689 / 26 Nov 1691), Noel (26 Dec 1690 / Marie-Ursule Giroux 1 Feb 1712 Beauport), Pierre (9 Aug 1693 / Marie-Suzanne Giroux 11 Feb 1715 Beauport / 13 Apr 1751 Beauport), Marie- Angelique (i23), Charles 2 nd (9 Mar 1697 / Marie-Marguerite Levesque dit Sansoucy 12 Nov 1725 Repentigny / 27 Feb 1729 Repentigny), Jean-Baptiste (24 Sep 1699 / Marie-Barbe Levesque dit Sansoucy 1 Feb 1727 / 22 Dec 1766 Repentigny, L Assomption), Alexis (25 Apr 1702). [5, 25] Marie-Charlotte Garnier s second marriage was with Jean Giroux [5, 21] on 22 Aug 1707 at La-Nativite, Beauport. Marie-Charlotte had two children with Mr. Giroux. Their vital statistics include: Michel (25 Jul 1708 Beauport / 26 May 1753 Beauport), Joseph (19 Nov 1710 Beauport). [5]

8 Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Pierre Pierre: j48 / j49: JEAN DUCLOS : MARIE POUTRE FATHER: Arnoul Duclos : Andre Poutre dit Lavigne MOTHER: Isabelle Joannes : Marie-Jeanne Burel BORN: ca 1663 St-Jean, Montauban, Guyenne, France : ca 1671 [5, 9, 25] Sorel, Richelieu, Quebec DIED: 14 May 1718 Pointe-aux-Trembles, Quebec : 17 Mar 1759 [5, 25] Pointe-aux-Trembles MARRIED: 23 Mar [5, 9, 22] St-Pierre, Sorel, Richelieu, Quebec MEMOIRS: Marie Poutre first married Jean-Joseph Chapacou on 28 Apr 1688 at St-Pierre, Sorel, [5, 9, 25] Quebec. They had a daughter: Marie (6 May 1690 Boucherville / Jean Blouf 12 Sep 1707 Varennes / 28 Mar 1748 Vercheres). [5, 25] Marie Poutre s second marriage was with Jean Feron on 9 Sep 1692 at Montreal. [25] Marie and Jean Duclos offspring birth/marriage/death data (at Pointe-aux-Trembles) includes: Marie-Madeleine (17 Dec 1693), Jean-Baptiste (ca 1696 / Angelique Lehoux 27 Nov 1719 Riviere-des-Prairies, Quebec), Pierre (i24), Nicolas (20 Apr 1700 / Madeleine Vaudry 5 Nov 1725), Elizabeth (30 Oct 1702 / Jean-Baptiste Gibault 15 May 1723 Riviere-des-Prairies), Joseph (12 Mar 1705 Sorel, Richelieu), Francois (19 Jun 1707 / married Charlotte Mathieu on 25 Feb 1734 at St-Mathias-sur-Richelieu, Quebec), Jeanne (22 Jul 1709 / 30 Jan 1726), [5, 22] Antoine (11 Oct 1711). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Pierre Charlotte: j50 / j51: RENE ETIENNE dit Durivage : MARIE AUBUCHON FATHER: Philippe Etienne : Jean Aubuchon de Lesperance MOTHER: Marie Gravois : Marguerite Sedilot BORN: 7 Sep 1673 Trois-Rivieres, Quebec : 8 Jan 1671 Notre Dame, Montreal DIED: 16 May 1710 Montreal, Quebec : 15 Apr 1746 Montreal, Quebec MARRIED: 29 Sep [5, 9, 20] St-Infant-Jesus, Pointe-aux-Trembles, Montreal, Quebec MEMOIRS: Rene and Marie s offspring birth/marriage/death details (at Montreal) include the following in the order of their birth: Marguerite (10 Aug 1699 Quebec City / Jean Janot dit Lachapelle 19 Jan 1722), Rene (9 Jun 1701 / 24 Apr 1723 Kaskaskia, Fayette, Illinois), Jean-Charles (6 Oct 1702 / 7 Jun 1703), Joseph (18 Apr 1704 Quebec City / Marie-Angelique Harelle dit Despointes 9 Feb 1739 / 4 Aug 1750), Philippe (24 Jul 1706 Pointe-aux-Trembles / died ca 1731), Josephte (20 Apr 1708 Quebec City), Charlotte (i25). [5, 9, 22] Marie Aubuchon s second marriage was [5, 9, 21, 22] with Maurice Laspron dit Lacharite on 13 Apr 1711 at St-Enfant-Jesus, Pointe-aux-Trembles, PQ. Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Amable Francois: j52 / j53: NICOLAS LAFRAMBOISE dit Doyon : MARIE-LOUISE GAREAU FATHER: : Pierre Gareau MOTHER: : Barbe de Montreau BORN: 31 Jul 1682 at Quebec [5] : 2 Feb 1687 Boucherville, Quebec DIED: 6 Jan 1727 Boucherville, Quebec : 24 Apr 1769 Terrebonne, Quebec MARRIED: 28 Jul [5, 9, 20, 22] Ste-Famille, Boucherville, Quebec MEMOIRS: Nicolas Laframboise dit Doyon was a Pawnee Indian and was also a blacksmith by trade. [20] Marie-Louise and Nicolas offspring birth/marriage/death details (all at Boucherville unless otherwise indicated) include the following: Marie-Josephe (1 Mar 1713 / Pierre Veronneau 2 Oct 1730 Boucherville), Marie-Genevieve (24 Aug 1714 / 23 Nov 1714), Genevieve (31 Dec 1715 / Charles Langevin dit Lacroix-see j54, on 7 Nov 1735), Rene (12 Dec 1717 / 29 Dec 1717), Francois (i26), Joseph (13 Jan 1721 / 26 Jun 1724), Nicolas (12 Apr 1723), Pierre (19 Dec 1724 / 7 Jan 1728). [5, 9, 22] Marie-Louise next wed Charles Langevin dit Lacroix (j54) on 17 Apr 1730 at Ste- [5, 22] Famille, Boucherville. Marie-Louise s children with Mr. Langevin are: Marie-Louise (ca 1733 / Francois- Xavier Bonin 20 Feb 1871 Masseuville, Quebec), Virginie (ca 1736 / married Narcisse Guilbert 3 Jun 1872 Massueville). [22]

9 Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Amable Marie Josette: j54 / j55: CHARLES LANGEVIN dit Lacroix : MARIE-MADELEINE VERONNEAU FATHER: Mathurin Langevin : Denis Veronneau MOTHER: Marie-Therese Martin : Marguerite Bertault BORN: 27 Feb 1688 Montreal, Quebec : 27 May 1685 [5, 9, 25] Boucherville, Quebec DIED: 9 Jul 1771 Terrebonne, Quebec : 8 Sep 1729 [5, 25] Boucherville, Quebec MARRIED: 22 Nov [5, 9, 20, 22, 25] Boucherville, Chambly, Quebec MEMOIRS: Marie-Madeleine and Charles offspring birth/marriage/death data (at Boucherville) includes: Joseph (8 Sep 1712 / 19 Oct 1712), Charles (9 Sep 1716 / Genevieve Laframboise dit Doyon-see j52, on 7 Nov 1735 / 2 nd marriage, Marie-Charlotte Bourbeau 2 Jun 1747), Marie-Josette (i27), Madeleine (1 Feb 1720), Louis (10 Mar 1721), [5, 9, 22] Marguerite (17 Aug 1723 / 5 May 1728). Charles Langevin s second marriage was with Marie-Louise [5, 22] Gareau (j53) on 17 Apr 1730 at Ste-Famille, Boucherville. Charles and Ms. Gareau s offspring vital statistics follow: Marie-Madeleine (ca 1732 Ste-Famille, Boucherville, Quebec / Basile Daunay 1 Mar 1756 Ste-Famille). [5] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Joseph Jean Baptiste: j56 / j57: JEAN-BAPTISTE GERVAIS : ANNE LEFEBVRE FATHER: Rene Gervais : Pierre Lefebvre MOTHER: Marie Jousselot : Marguerite Gagné BORN: 3 Feb 1683 Lorette, Quebec : 27 May 1683 [5, 9, 29] Laprairie, Quebec DIED: 13 Feb 1750 St-Philippe, Laprairie, Quebec : 31 Jul 1739 St-Philippe, Laprairie, Quebec MARRIED: ca [5, 20] La Nativity de la St-Vierge, Laprairie, Quebec MEMOIRS: Jean and Anne s children birth/marriage/death data (at St-Philippe, Laprairie) includes the following in the order of their birth: Jean-Baptiste (i28), Marguerite (24 Oct 1708 / 4 Oct 1731), Suzanne (8 Dec 1710 / Charles Tougas 18 May 1733 / 10 Apr 1734), Michelle (22 Sep 1712 / 1 Oct 1712), Joseph-Marie (21 Jul 1714 / Jeanne Achim dit St-Andre 15 Jun 1739 Longueuil / 14 Feb 1740), Elisabeth (11 Apr 1716 / Francois Pinsonneault 9 Jan 1736 / 24 Oct 1737), Gabriel (23 Feb 1718 / Charlotte Bonhomme 29 May 1741 / 21 Nov 1775), Francois (7 May 1721 / 11 Feb 1727), Pierre (8 Feb 1723), [5, 9, 22] Catherine (30 Mar 1724 / Nicolas Lecuyer 5 Feb 1742 / 10 Sep 1787). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Joseph Therese: j58 / j59: PIERRE SENECAL : MARGUERITE PINSONNEAULT FATHER: Jean Senecal : Francois Pinsonneault dit Lafleur MOTHER: Marguerite de Seine : Anne Lebert BORN: 16 Aug 1673 Montreal, Quebec [5, 9, 29] : 31 Mar 1681 Contrecoeur, Quebec [5] DIED: 16 Jun 1734 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 29] : 30 Jul 1747 [5, 9, 29] Laprairie, Quebec MARRIED: 4 Nov [5, 9, 20, 22, 29] Notre Dame Cathedral, Montreal, Quebec MEMOIRS: Pierre and Marguerite s offspring birth/marriage/death details (all at Laprairie) follow in the order of their birth: Jean-Baptiste (24 Dec 1699 Montreal / 31 Jan 1728), Marguerite (ca 1701 Montreal / Francois- Xavier Barrault 18 Mar 1720 / 18 May 1779), Francois (23 Apr 1703 Montreal / 18 May 1703), Anne (25 Aug 1704 Contrecoeur / Jacques Guerin 29 Jan 1725 / 20 Jan 1743), Pierre (ca 1706 Montreal / Suzanne-Francoise Bourdeau 10 Jun 1731 / 21 Jul 1744), Therese (i29), Antoine (25 Feb 1710 Contrecoeur / Anne-Catherine Bourdeau 12 Jan 1733 / 2 nd marriage, Marie-Josephe Giroux 6 May 1748 / 31 Aug 1785), Joseph (ca 1712 Montreal / 15 Nov 1730), Francois 2 nd (24 Mar 1714 / 27 Oct 1714), Francoise (twin, 22 Apr 1717 Montreal / Joseph Boyer 4 Jun 1736 / 26 Feb 1786), Marie (twin, 22 Apr 1717 Montreal / 18 Oct 1718), Josephte (5 Feb 1719 / Laurent Bourdeau 17 Feb 1738 / 8 Nov 1751), Paul (19 Sep 1720 Sorel / Marie-Francoise Girault 18 Apr 1746 / 11 Aug 1772), Marie-Rose (16 Sep 1722 Sorel / 7 Dec 1730). [5, 9, 29]

10 Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Marie Etienne: j60 / j61: ETIENNE BISAILLON : ANNE-FRANCOISE LEBERT FATHER: Etienne Bisaillon : Francois Lebert MOTHER: Jeanne Roinay : Marie-Anne Magnan dit Lesperance BORN: 5 Mar 1691 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 29] : 7 Jul 1701 [5, 9, 29] Laprairie, Quebec DIED: 1 Mar 1770 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 29] : 4 Apr 1777 [5, 9, 29] Laprairie, Quebec MARRIED: 13 Feb [5, 9, 20, 29] La-Nativite-de-la-Bienheureuse-Vierge-Marie, Laprairie, Quebec MEMOIRS: Anne-Francoise and Etienne s offspring birth/marriage/death details (all at Laprairie, Quebec unless otherwise indicated) include the following in the order of their birth: Etienne (i30), Pierre (9 Aug 1721 / Marie-Anne Faille 8 Feb 1751 / 2 nd marriage, Marie-Genevieve Martinbault 25 Nov 1754 Ste-Famille, Boucherville / 21 Jan 1768), Jeanne (12 Jul 1723 / 9 Jul 1742), Marie-Anne (22 Aug 1725 / Jean Cote 21 Apr 1749 / 10 Apr 1763), Josephte (20 Apr 1727), Francoise (4 Jun 1728 / Antoine Dumontet dit Lagrandeur 12 Nov 1759 La-Nativite-de-la-St-Vierge, Laprairie, Quebec), Barthelemi (28 Oct 1729 Cote-de-la-Tortue, Quebec / 22 Mar 1730 Cote-de-la-Tortue), Charlotte (14 Jan 1731 / 20 Sep 1753), Veronique (25 Oct 1732 / Jean-Baptiste Patenaude 4 Apr 1758 La-Nativite-de-la-St-Vierge, Laprairie / 3 Jul 1780), Francois (10 Aug 1734 / Marie-Anne Lamarque 27 Jan 1761), Paul (22 Mar 1736 / wed Marie-Francoise Dupuis 22 Feb 1762), Renée (3 Apr 1738 / 19 Oct 1738), Louis (24 Aug 1740 / 11 Sep 1740), Charlemagne (20 Nov 1741 / 10 Feb 1755), Catherine (30 Jan 1744 / married Pierre Lefort on 19 Nov 1764), [5, 9, 29] Josephte (18 Mar 1747 / 20 Mar 1747). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Marie Amable: j62 / j63: JOSEPH ROBIDOUX : MARIE-ANNE MESNY FATHER: Joseph Robidoux : Claude Mesny MOTHER: Jeanne Seguin : Marie Deniger BORN: 9 Mar 1706 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 29] : 2 May 1708 Laprairie, Quebec DIED: 2 Apr 1779 St-Philippe, Laprairie : 13 Apr 1777 Laprairie, Quebec MARRIED: 30 Oct [5, 9, 20] Laprairie, Quebec MEMOIRS: Amable s sibling birth/marriage/death data (at St-Constant, Laprairie): Joseph (21 Aug 1730 / Marguerite Dupuis 12 Jan 1756 / 3 Mar 1801), Augustin (7 Oct 1731 Longueuil / Marie-Jeanne Bertrand 27 Jan 1785 St- Philippe / 9 Mar 1803), Amable (i31), Marguerite (5 Apr 1734 / David Hilaire 27 Aug 1762 / 21 Jul 1798), Louis (15 Mar 1735 / Felicite Bourdeau 21 Sep 1760 / 12 Jun 1803), Pierre (5 May 1736 / 18 Sep 1737), Toussaint (9 Sep 1737 / Marie Boyer 26 Oct 1772 La-Nativite-de-la-St-Vierge, Laprairie / 19 Mar 1801), Therese (25 Dec 1738 / Antoine Provost 26 Feb 1759 / 2 nd marriage, Francois Biguet ca 1776 Detroit, Michigan / 18 Mar 1777 St-Philippe), Angelique (9 Feb 1740 / Andrew Dupuy 27 Aug 1762 / 15 Nov 1771 St-Philippe), Antoine ( 26 Aug 1741 / Anne Ste-Marie 21 Nov 1763 La-Nativitede-la-St-Vierge / 11 Oct 1819), Ursule (22 Dec 1742 / 20 Jul 1743), Charlotte (26 Sep 1744 / 24 Sep 1745), Mr. Robidoux (1 Feb 1746 / 21 Feb 1746), Josephte (28 Mar 1747 / Francois Pinsonneault 11 Oct 1766 / 24 Jul 1819). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Eustache Toussaint Perrine - Renée: k70 / k71: JACQUES PATRI : URBAINE ROUSSEAU FATHER: Jean Patri : Jacques Rousseau MOTHER: Jacqueline Isambart : Perrine-Viviane Portais DIED: 24 Jun 1714 Chantrie, Anjou, France [5] : ca 1720 Daumeray, Anjou, France [5] MARRIED: 14 Jun [5, 40] Daumeray, Anjou, France MEMOIRS: Jacques and Urbaine s offspring birth/marriage/death data: Renee (j35), Jeanne (19 Mar 1676 [5, 40] Daumeray / wed Michel Lemonier), Perrine (ca 1681 / Etienne Prieul 23 Feb 1705 Daumeray / 19 Jun 1761 Daumeray). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Eustache Marie Jean Laurent: k72 / k73: LAURENT PERRIER : FRANCOISE CHAUVIN dit Guyard BORN: ca 1638 Brest, Bretagne, France [5, 9, 20] [5, 9, 20] : ca 1640 Brest, Bretagne, France

11 Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Eustache Marie Jean Marie Madeleine: k74 / k75: JEAN BESSET dit Brisetout : ANNE LeSEIGNEUR FATHER: : Guillaume LeSeigneur MOTHER: : Marguerite Sauvé MEMOIRS: Their biographies may be viewed at number (j42). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Eustache Marie Catherine Pierre: k76 / k77: JEAN JOUSSET : MARIE DENIET BORN: 26 Jun 1618 Langdon, Poitou, France [5] [5, 20] : ca 1627 Gue-de-Velluire, Poitou, France MARRIED: ca Alancon, Larochelle, Aunis, France [9] MEMOIRS: A Family Search of all sources for all events from 1610 to 1720 provided no more results. [9] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Eustache Marie Catherine - Jeanne: k78 / k79: PIERRE GOGUET : LOUISE GARNIER FATHER: : Jean-Charles Garnier MOTHER: : Jeanne Renaud dit Labray BORN: 5 Sep 1624 St-Etienne, Larochelle, Aunis [5] : ca 1631 Marans, Larochelle, Aunis, France DIED: 11 Apr 1684 Montreal, Quebec [5, 9, 20] [5, 9, 20] : 16 Jan 1712 St-Sulpice, L Assumption, PQ MARRIED: ca [9, 20] St-Etienne-de-Marans, Larochelle, Aunis, France MEMOIRS: Pierre and Louise landed at Quebec in September of 1659 aboard the ship, Saint Andre. [5] Pierre and Louise s offspring birth/marriage/death data (all at Montreal) includes the following: Marie-Anne (22 Feb 1658 Marans, Larochelle / Jean Groux 23 Nov 1671 / 4 Oct 1730), Jeanne (j39), Pierre (16 May 1664 / Antoinette Charron 18 Apr 1686 Boucherville / 26 Sep 1730 Longe Pointe, Montreal), Catherine (1 Apr 1666 / Francois Martin 6 Oct 1685 / 4 Oct 1730), Suzanne (20 Aug 1667 / 25 Aug 1667), Jean (30 Sep 1668 / Marie Bourgeoys 15 Oct 1692 Pointe- aux-trembles / 28 Aug 1731), Jacques (29 Aug 1672 / Jeanne Jousset 18 Nov 1697 / 13 Sep 1725 Pointe-aux-Trembles). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Pierre Marguerite Anne: k86 / k87: GUILLAUME LeSEIGNEUR : MARGUERITE SAUVE BORN: ca 1620 St-Maclos, Rouen, Normandy [5, 9, 20] : ca 1623 St-Maclos, Rouen, Normandy [5, 9, 20] MARRIED: ca Rouen, Normandy, France MEMOIRS: Guillaume LeSeigneur may also be found in this family history at the code number (L150). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Francois Raphael: k88 / k89: TOUSSAINT GIROUX : MARIE GODARD FATHER: Jean Giroux : MOTHER: Marguerite Quilleron : BORN: 2 Nov 1633 Reveillon, Mortagne, Sees, Perche [5, 9, 21, 26] : ca 1635 [5, 9, 26] Mortagne, Perche, France DIED: 15 Feb 1715 Beauport, Quebec [5, 9, 21, 26] : 21 Nov 1684 [5, 9, 21, 26] Beauport, Quebec MARRIED: 29 Sep [5, 9, 20, 21, 22, 26] Notre-Dame-de-Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec MEMOIRS: Toussaint was born on a farm called Bignon. As of 1995, the house in which he was born was still in existence. Toussaint was a linen weaver like his father. Toussaint left for Canada about 1650 with his godfather, Zacharie Maheu and Zacharie s son, Rene Maheu (see-l761). On 20 Jun 1654, the three of them received a grant of land at Beauport from seigneur Robert Giffard. Each of them would pay 25 sols in rent, one sol for the cens and a fat hen each Christmas. Marie Godard was recruited by Robert Giffard and came to Canada as a Filles a Marier in Toussaint and Marie thus met and married shortly thereafter and since they worked as servants for seigneur Giffard they lived for a while in the seigneurial manor or in one of its outbuildings. Toussaint and Marie s wedding was at the home of their seigneur, Robert Giffard but the marriage was registered at Quebec City. Their first three children were born in the manor at Beauport. On 14 Oct 1658, Toussaint bought a plot of land, seven perches in length by six in width, in the Bourg de Fargy section of Beauport. In the beginning, all the residents of Beauport lived in the town of Fargy in order to [5, 9, 20]

12 provide some protection against attacks by the Iroquois. On 5 Oct 1665, Toussaint and a friend, Michel Baugis, bought four arpents of frontal land on the St-Lawrence at Mont-St-Michel in order to fish for eels. They were to pay each year to the seigneur, two live capons, 12 deniers and one-eleventh of all the fish caught. The fish were to be salted and Toussaint and Michel were to supply the salt and the fishing vessels. They sold this property on four years later. In the census of 1666, Toussaint was living in the town of Fargy next to his friend Michel Baugis. The 1667 census indicates that Toussaint and family owned two head of cattle and had 16 arpents of land under cultivation. Also living with them was a 21 year old servant. On 20 Aug 1670, Toussaint obtained a concession of land with three arpents frontage, from Robert Giffard in the village of St-Joseph. He sold this the next fall for 17 livres tournois. On 22 Oct 1670, Toussaint inherited from his parents, namely a house, a small garden, a small pasture and about two arpents of land under cultivation. The following year, Toussaint received 150 livres for these holdings in the hamlet of Bignon, parish of Reveillon, Perche. On 27 Mar 1672, Toussaint paid 120 livres for three arpents of frontal land that included a cabin and a shed, in the village of St-Michel at Beauport. [21] The 1681 census finds the family at [21, 26] Beauport with 53 arpents of land under cultivation, three guns, 11 head of cattle and one mare. Toussaint and Marie s offspring birth/marriage/death data (all at Beauport) includes: Charles (30 Apr 1655 / 7 May 1655), Raphael (j44), Charles 2 nd (10 Aug 1658 / did not marry / 23 Dec 1708), Toussaint (25 Apr 1660 / 7 Jul 1660), Michel (13 Jun 1661 / Marie-Therese Provost 18 Aug 1683 / 6 Aug 1715), Toussaint 2 nd (17 Oct 1663 / 10 Nov 1663), Jean (26 Oct 1664 / Marie Dauphin 19 Feb 1685 / 2 nd marriage, Suzanne Belanger 12 Feb 1686 / 16 Jan 1733), Anne (28 Dec 1666 / Jean-Baptiste Provost 18 Aug 1683 / 9 Sep 1711), Jean-Baptiste (16 Dec 1668 / died before 1681 census), Madeleine (29 Dec 1669 / Pierre Charet 21 Jan 1686 / 5 Jun 1751), Toussaint 3 rd (1 Mar 1672 / Marie-Therese Dauphin 15 Nov 1690 / 25 Feb 1750 Quebec City), Monique (ca 1679 / Noel Vachon 24 Oct 1695 / 1 Mar 1727). Toussaint next wed Therese Leblanc on 29 Oct 1686 at La Nativity de Notre Dame, Beauport, Quebec and had one child: [9, 21, 22, 26] Angelique (14 Feb 1688 Beauport / Vincent Rodrigue 7 Jan 1707 Beauport / 31 Jul 1746). Ms. Leblanc had previously wed Pierre Vallee (see L802) and had ten children: Marie, Michel, Therese, Suzanne, Marguerite, [22, 26, 29] Pierre, Charles, Nicolas, Marthe, Charlotte. Toussaint would have raised these children for a time because they didn t start marrying until About 1688, Toussaint built a house with a heated room, antechamber, cellar and attic on his land at Beauport. On 12 Apr 1691, Toussaint and Ms. Leblanc obtained a separation and Toussaint agreed to raise their daughter, Angelique. In 1692, Toussaint must have been quite sick because he spent the month of July in the Hotel-Dieu de Quebec. On 25 Apr 1711, he sold a track of land at Beauport to his grandson, Raphael, who was the child of his own son, Raphael. The condition was that the grandson, Raphael would be in charge of feeding and caring for Toussaint until his death, to have him buried, to pray to God for him and after his death to pay each of his children the sum of six hundred livres. Therese Leblanc, his estranged wife opposed this agreement but the sovereign council upheld it. Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Francois Marie: k90 / k91: PAUL VACHON : MARGUERITE LANGLOIS FATHER: Vincent Vachon : Noel Langlois MOTHER: Sapience Robeau : Francoise Garnier BORN: ca 1629 [5, 9, 21, 25, 26] : 3 Sep 1639 PLACE: La Copechagniere, La Roche-sur-Yon, St-Fulgent, Lucon, Fr. [21] [21, 25, 26] : Beauport, Quebec DIED: 24 Jun 1703 Beauport, Quebec [5, 9, 21, 25] [5, 9, 21, 25] : 24 Sep 1697 Beauport, PQ MARRIED: 22 Oct [5, 9, 20, 21, 25] Notre Dame de Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec MEMOIRS: Lebel s research shows that Paul travelled to Canada in Marguerite was baptized by Fr. Nicolas Adam at the Chapel of Quebec, the only one in the region at that time. Paul Vachon, along with Mathurin Roy, built some sick wards and a chapel at the Hotel-Dieu of Quebec in Paul s principal profession was that of Seigneurial Notary. About 1658, Paul was Procurer-Fiscal or comptroller, a civil official similar to an attorney-general, of the Seigneuries of Lirec and the Ile d Orleans, Secretary to Charles de Lauzon and recordkeeper for the Seigneuries of Beauport and Notre Dame des Anges, nearby Quebec. In 1660, Paul acquired land with 4 arpents of frontage in the parish of St-Pierre, Ile d Orleans. Later he leased this farm to Thomas le Sieur. On 14 Jun 1665, the Seigneur Giffard gave Vachon a concession in the town of Fargy in the Seigneury of Beauport. The area of this concession was doubled nine years later. The [21, 26]

13 1667 census reveals that Paul had seven cattle and 20 arpents of cleared land. In 1681, Paul had 13 cattle, one pistol, two guns, 35 arpents of land in use and a 61 year old domestic named Pierre in his service. [21] A study of the notary Paul Vachon in the Judicial Archives of Québec consists of about 1500 acts and contracts of which the last one is dated November [25] The years saw five family members parish due to a smallpox epidemic. The chronicles of the Ursulines reveal that in the winter of 1701 there was an illness among the people of Quebec which had some strange symptoms... the sickness came on with a bad cold, augmented by a high fever followed by pains in the side, after which it carried people away in a few days... by the end of Nov 1702 the sickness began in the city... it had been brought here by a savage from the frontier... it was a kind of measles, accompanied by facial marks and in less that two months more than 1500 were ill and another 400 died. They say that the same pestilence happened in Louisiana the following year. [21] Following are the birth/marriage/death details (at Beauport) for Paul and Marguerite s offspring who are listed in order of their birth: Paul (9 Nov 1656 / became the first native born priest in Canada / died 7 Mar 1729 Church of the Cape, Cap-de-la-Madeleine), Marguerite (1 Sep 1658 Quebec City / Jean-Robert Dupras 6 Jan 1675 Quebec City / 24 Jun 1703), Vincent (15 Feb 1660 Quebec City / Louise Cadieux 25 Jun 1685 / 3 Dec 1716), Louise (25 May 1662 Quebec City / Leonard Paillard 25 May 1662 / 11 Jul 1715 Montreal), Marie (j45), Charlotte (12 Sep 1666), Noel (12 Jan 1669 Quebec City / Monique Giroux, see-j44, on 24 Oct 1695 / 12 Aug 1699 Quebec City), Pierre (26 May 1671 Quebec City / Marie-Catherine Soulard 5 Mar 1696 Quebec City / 17 Jan 1703), Therese (23 Jul 1674 / Jean Turgeon 8 Nov 1691 / 19 Feb 1721 Notre-Dame, Quebec City), Francoise (ca 1675 / Joseph-Francois Binet 4 Feb 1698 / 12 May 1740), Madeleine (8 Jan 1680 / Pierre Vallee 23 Nov 1699 / 18 Feb 1703), Guillaume (2 Dec 1682 / 27 Feb 1702) [5, 21, 22, 25] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Marie Charles: k92 / k93: PIERRE MAHEU des Hazards : JEANNE DROUIN FATHER: Jean Maheu : Robert Drouin MOTHER: Michelle Chauvin : Anne Cloutier BORN: 23 Dec 1630 St-Jean-de-Mortagne, Perche [5, 9, 21, 25] [5, 21] : 20 Nov 1646 Beauport, Quebec DIED: 12 May 1717 Beauport, Quebec [5, 9, 21, 25] [5, 9, 21, 25] : 24 Jun 1732 Beauport, Quebec [5, 9, 20, 25] MARRIED: 10 Nov Notre Dame de Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec MEMOIRS: Lebel states that Pierre Maheu had learned to write and had an inseparable friend in Jean Trudel (k152). In the spring of 1655, these two linen weavers arrived on Canadian soil from Perche, France. On 8 Sep 1655, these close friends signed a three year lease to farm the land of Nicolas Juchereau on a rearfief situated in the Seigneury of Beauport. This domain on 52 arpents of land included a house, 42 feet in length, a barn with a 50 foot facade and a stable measuring 20 square feet. This farm, known as La Chesnaye, also included a garden, some workable soil and a great deal of forest. Furthermore, there were two oxen, four cows, three sheep and farming implements at their disposal. They could have for their use some turnips, half the harvest of cabbages, 50 minots of wheat and 25 of peas. They would also receive 60 livres for each new arpent of land put into cultivation. They agreed to provide Seigneur Juchereau with 40 minots of wheat, 25 of peas and 20 of corn annually. On 3 Dec 1655, Germain le Barbier hired Pierre and Jean to cut trees, saw them into lengths of eight or ten feet. The pay was 25 livres per arpent and there were five arpents to keep them busy for the winter season. On 27 Sep 1657, Pierre obtained on the Beaupre coast in the fief of Charlesville, a piece of land with 3 arpents frontage facing the St-Lawrence and 126 arpents in depth. Jean Trudel acquired the adjacent lot with similar dimensions. They moved here at the expiration of their contract with Juchereau. This location put them within the limits of Chateau-Richer parish when it was formed four years later. Then three years after that, the western part of the territory which included their farms became the parish of L Ange-Gardien. On 8 Sep 1659, Pierre was at the home of Zacharie Cloutier (m374) at Chateau-Richer to agree to the terms of his marriage contract. Jeanne Drouin had lived under the protection of her grandfather, Zacharie Cloutier (m374) since her father s remarriage ten years earlier. Her dowry was 300 livres with a preciput of 50 livres and one milk cow and some clothes. Preciput was an amount of money or goods set out in the marriage contract that would be given to the surviving spouse on top of half of the value of the estate. The other half of the assets were equally divided among the couple s children. On 18 Oct 1664, Pierre and two neighbours were elected the first church wardens of L Ange- Gardien. The 1667 census shows the Maheus with two children, four head of cattle and 10 arpents of land

14 under cultivation. In 1681, they owned a gun, five head of cattle and had 25 arpents of cleared land. On 20 Jun 1700, Pierre gave his livestock to his sons, Charles and Pierre who were still living with him after their marriages. On 3 Feb 1717, Pierre and Jeanne, who had retired to the home of their daughter, Jeanne, gave to her the arpent and a half of land at Chateau-Richer which they had received when Robert Drouin died. [21] Pierre and Jeanne s offspring birth/marriage/death data (at L Ange-Gardien): Marie (21 Jan 1663 Chateau-Richer / Charles Letarte 8 Nov 1678 / 12 Mar 1747), Charles (j46), Pierre (3 May 1669 Chateau-Richer / Marie-Louise Garnier 15 Jan 1691 / 9 Jan 1703, victim of the small pox epidemic), Angelique (6 Jun 1671 / Charles Garnier 15 Jan 1691 Beauport / 30 Apr 1717 cemetery of Notre-Dame-de-Beauport), Jeanne (10 May 1681 / Joseph Garnier 21 Nov 1695 / 2 nd marriage, Paul [5, 21, 22, 25] Belanger 7 Apr 1704 Beauport / 10 Mar 1754 Beauport). It would appear that the Garnier s and the Maheu s got along real well as the two families combined for four marriages including the double wedding in Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Marie Marie Charlotte: k94 / k95: CHARLES GARNIER dit Boisfontaine : LOUISE VEZINA FATHER: Guillaume Garnier : Jacques Vezina MOTHER: Francoise des Challoux : Marie Boisdon BORN: ca 1636 Tournebu, Caen, Bayeux, Normandy [9, 21, 25] [5, 21, 25] : ca 1648 St-Rogatien, Larochelle, Aunis DIED: 5 Feb 1717 Beauport, Quebec [5, 9, 21, 25] [5, 9, 25] : 10 Dec 1714 L Ange-Gardien, Quebec MARRIED: 21 Dec [5, 9, 20, 25] Chateau-Richer, Quebec MEMOIRS: Charles journeyed to Canada about Guillaume Couillard (n2610) hired him to clear land on the Beaupre coast. After Couillard died, his wife Guillemette Hebert granted land to a few habitants, including Charles, who received 4 arpents fronting the St-Lawrence River to a depth of 126 arpents, with the right to hunt and fish within the boundaries of this concession. This plot was located 22 arpents east of the Montmorency River. Each year he was to pay 20 sols and 12 deniers per arpent as ground rent and three live capons which were due on the Feastday of St-Martin. Louise Vezina s dowry was clothing, linens, dishes and household utensils. Esteemed by everyone, Garnier enlarged his holdings by receiving from the Sovereign Council the confiscated lands of Jacques Nourry, his neighbour, who was executed for violating the five year old, Marie-Jeanne le Roy (k413). Some 130 documents exist concerning Charles Garnier`s transactions providing evidence of an active business life. [21] Charles and Louise s offspring birth/marriage/ death data (at L Ange-Gardien, Quebec except as otherwise noted) includes: Marie-Charlotte (j47), Charles (4 Oct 1668 Chateau-Richer / Jeanne-Angelique Maheu 15 Jan 1691 / 10 Feb 1734 Beauport), Joseph (19 Apr 1671 / Marie-Jeanne Maheu 21 Nov 1695 / 24 Jan 1703 Beauport, smallpox epidemic), Anne (ca 1673 / ca 1682), Marie Louise (27 Feb 1676 / Pierre Maheu 15 Jan 1691 / 6 May 1761 St-Jean, Ile d Orleans), Louis (27 Mar 1678 / 17 Jun 1689), Pierre (30 Sep 1680 / 3 Jul 1700), Francois (10 Nov 1683 / 13 Jun 1700, he and his brother, Pierre, drowned together in 1700 but their bodies were found a month apart), Francoise (3 Mar 1688 / Charles Fiset 30 Oct 1702 / 9 Jun 1722 Quebec City), Jean-Baptiste (20 [5, 9, 21, 22, 25] Sep 1689 / 21 Sep 1689), Angelique (27 Dec 1690 / married Louis Giroux on 11 May 1705 / 11 May 1764). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Toussaint Pierre Pierre Jean: k96 / k97: ARNOUL DUCLOS : ISABELLE JOANNES BORN: ca 1630 St-Jean de Montauban, Guyenne [5, 9, 20] : ca 1632 St-Jean de Montauban, Guyenne MARRIED: ca [5, 20] St-Jean de Montauban, Guyenne, France Andre Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Toussaint Pierre Pierre Marie: k98 / k99: ANDRE POUTRE dit Lavigne : MARIE-JEANNE BUREL FATHER: Pierre Poutre : Daniel Burel MOTHER: Philippe Rocquet : Anne Le Suisse BORN: ca 1642 St-Gery, Valenciennes, Flanders [5, 25, 27] : ca 1644 [5, 25] St-Denis du Clair, Rouen, France DIED: 1 Jun 1724 Pointe-aux-Trembles, PQ [5, 9, 25, 27] [5, 9, 25, 27] : 17 Apr 1724 Pointe-aux-Trembles, Quebec MARRIED: 3 Nov [5, 9, 25, 27] Notre Dame Cathedral, Quebec City, Quebec MEMOIRS: Andre arrived in Canada on 17 Aug 1665 as a soldier with the Saurel Company of the [17, 27] Carignan Regiment. Marie-Jeanne was a Kings Daughter who travelled to Canada in [5, 9, 20]

15 Poutre was a cobbler or shoemaker. He and Marie-Jeanne settled at Sorel. [27] Their children birth/marriage/ death data (at Pointe-aux-Trembles) follows in the order of their birth: Anne (ca 1668 / Louis Chapacou 24 Nov 1681 Sorel / 18 Sep 1696 Montreal), Madeleine (twin, 23 Dec 1670 Sorel / Antoine Morand dit Lagrandeur 28 May 1687 Sorel / 28 Aug 1730 Montreal), Antoine (twin, 23 Dec 1670 Sorel / died young), Marie (j49), Catherine (ca 1675 / Henri Senecal dit Laframboise 6 May 1693 / 20 Aug 1750 Boucherville), Charlotte (4 Feb 1678 Sorel / Andre Corbeil dit Tranchemontagne 14 Feb 1695 / 19 Apr 1755 St-Antoine-sur-Richelieu), Andre (2 Feb 1680 Sorel / Jeanne Desrochers 14 Feb 1707 / 27 Mar 1757), Jean (25 Aug 1682 Montreal / Francoise Viau ca 1701 Longueuil / 30 Oct 1714 Varennes, Vercheres), Jeanne (14 Dec 1684 Sorel, Quebec / Antoine Baudreau dit Labonte 25 Nov 1712), Pierre (1 Aug 1687 Montreal / Marie- Anne Forand 29 Apr 1716 / 13 Feb 1746), Jacques (30 Sep 1690 Montreal / Marie-Anne Simon dit Leonard 16 Apr 1714 / 18 Aug 1735), Pierre 2 nd (18 Apr 1693 / Francoise Laurent dit Laviolette 25 Feb 1726 / 11 Mar 1746 Longue-Pointe). [5, 25, 27] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Toussaint Pierre Charlotte Rene: k100 / k101: PHILIPPE ETIENNE : MARIE GRAVOIS FATHER: Mathurin Etienne : MOTHER: Louise Arsonnelle : BORN: ca 1632 Doeuil-Mignon, St-Jean-Angely, Saintonge [5, 9, 27] : ca 1644 [5, 9, 27] Marennes, France DIED: 7 Jul 1710 Montreal, Quebec [5, 9, 27] : ca 1708 Pointe-aux-Trembles, PQ MARRIED: 3 Nov [5, 9, 20, 22, 27] Trois-Rivieres, Quebec MEMOIRS: Philippe was a master carpenter. [21, 27] He first wed Marie Vien (L885) on 26 Jan 1655 at [5, 9, 17, 22, 27] L Immaculee-Conception, Trois-Rivieres. Their children s vital statistics (at Trois-Rivieres) follow: Charlotte (2 Feb 1656 / Prudent Bougret dit Dufort 15 Oct 1673 / 22 Dec 1731 Boucherville, Quebec), Jeanne (24 Sep 1657 / Jean Vinet 6 Nov 1672 / 7 Aug 1747 Longue Pointe), Judith (ca 1659 / 7 Apr 1664), Louise (11 Oct 1661 / Jean-Baptiste Menard 14 Oct 1681 Boucherville / 11 Feb 1737), Pierre (15 Aug 1663 / died that day), Charles (13 Sep 1664 / died 1675), Ursule (9 Apr 1666 / Jacques Aubuchon dit Lesperance 11 Nov 1687 / 19 Nov 1728 Longue Pointe), Joseph (27 Jul 1667 / [5, 17, 22] Marie Maquensaqua ca 1713 Kaskaskia, Illinois). Marie Gravois came to Canada in 1667 as a Kings Daughter. [17, 27] Marie Gravois and Philippe settled at Trois-Rivieres. [27] Their offspring birth/marriage/ death data (all at Trois-Rivieres) follows in the order of their birth: Joseph (ca 1668 / an engages Ouest settled at Kaskaskia, Illinois / wed Marie Maouensaoua, an Amerindian), Michel (ca 1669 / an engages Ouest / Marie Quacantequa, an Amerindian, ca 1703 Kaskaskia), Dominique (12 Nov 1671 / Jeanne-Angelique Cartier 19 Jun 1707 Montreal / 1 May 1708 Montreal), Rene (j50), Jacques (15 Sep 1675), Pierre (15 Apr 1678 / 9 Sep 1693), Madeleine (16 Jun 1680 / Francois-Xavier Pigeon 15 Oct 1697 Pointe-aux-Trembles / 15 Mar 1766), Etienne (15 Aug 1682), Francois (24 Apr [5, 9, 22, 27] 1685), Charlotte (16 Mar 1690 / Gilbert Desautels on 30 Jan 1708 at Pointe-aux-Trembles / 3 Jan 1771 Montreal). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Toussaint Pierre Marie Marie: k102 / k103: JEAN AUBUCHON dit Lesperance : MARGUERITE SEDILOT FATHER: Jean Aubuchon : Louis Sedilot MOTHER: Jeanne Gille : Marie Grimoult BORN: 14 Apr 1634 St-Remi, Dieppe, Rouen, Normandy [5, 9, 21] : 4 Apr 1643 [5, 9, 21] Quebec City, Quebec DIED: 2 Dec 1685 Montreal, Quebec [5, 9, 20, 21] : 27 May 1720 Pointe-aux-Trembles [5] MARRIED: 12 Apr [5, 9, 20, 21] Immaculate Conception, Trois-Rivieres, Quebec MEMOIRS: According to Lebel, Jean Aubuchon received a land grant located on the Faverel River nearby Cap-de-la-Madeleine, from Father Buteux. However, he preferred to live at Montreal where he resided at the time of his marriage. He took up fur trading with the Indians, which led to selling them brandy, a forbidden activity, which brought him into conflict with the authorities. Later, he was caught in an adulterous affair and bannéd from Montreal. He moved to Trois-Rivieres and tried to clear his name by establishing a foundation for the saying of Masses and by leading an exemplary life. He was allowed to return to Montreal and became a church warden. [21] Jean Aubuchon was was found dead in his bed. [20, 21] Marguerite Sedilot, accused her alleged lover, Jacques Paillerault of the murder but he was acquitted after a trial that lasted three years. [21] Jean and Marguerite s offspring birth/marriage/death data (all at Montreal) follows: Mederic (7 Aug 1660 / ca 1665), Jean-Baptiste (28 Sep 1661 Trois-Rivieres / Marguerite Cusson 18 Mar 1687 Cap-de-la-Madeleine / 18 Sep

16 1687), Joseph (19 Mar 1664 / Elisabeth Cusson 20 Mar 1688 / 16 Jan 1749), Jacques (18 Jun 1666 / Ursule Etienne 11 Nov 1687 Trois-Rivieres / 7 Dec 1757), Gabriel (31 Jan 1669 / 23 Dec 1670), Marie (j51), Marguerite (25 Mar 1673 / Jean Cusson 22 Sep 1689 / 2 Jun 1741), Madeleine (5 Mar 1675 / 6 Mar 1675), Francoise (24 Mar 1677 / Jacques Archambault 15 Feb 1694 / 5 Jun 1746 Longue Pointe), Elizabeth (30 Nov 1678 / 31 Dec 1678), Gabriel 2 nd (25 Dec 1679 / 14 Jul 1703 Point-aux-Trembles), Angelique (21 Sep 1681 / Pierre Janot dit Lachapelle 10 Nov 1710 Pointe-aux-Trembles / 16 Nov 1702), [5, 9, 22] Marie-Madeleine (13 Feb 1684 / Pierre Janot 10 Nov 1710 Pointe-aux-Trembles / 25 Jan 1760 St-Charles-sur-Richelieu). Marguerite Sedilot s second marriage was with Pierre Lussault dit Desruisseaux on 10 Feb 1687 at Notre Dame Cathedral, Montreal. [5, 9, 21, 22] Mr. Lussault was a sergeant in the Company de Dorvilliers. [21] [9, 21] Marguerite Sedilot had one child with Mr. Lussault, named: Pierre (born 19 Aug 1688 at Montreal, Quebec). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Toussaint Amable Francois Marie Louise: k106 / k107: PIERRE GAREAU : BARBE de MONTREAU FATHER: Dominique Gareau : Leonard de Montreau MOTHER: Marie Pinard : Marguerite Levaigneur BORN: 12 May 1652 St-Marguerite, Larochelle, Aunis [5, 9, 29] : ca 1667 Boucherville, Quebec [27] DIED: 12 Aug 1729 St-Louis-de-France, Terrebonne, PQ [5, 9, 29] : 23 Jan 1729 Terrebonne, Quebec MARRIED: 13 Nov [5, 9, 20, 22] Ste-Famille, Boucherville, Chambly, Quebec MEMOIRS: Pierre and Barbe s offspring birth/marriage/death details (all at Boucherville, Quebec unless otherwise noted) include the following in the order of their birth: Marguerite (27 Dec 1685 / 3 Nov 1687), Marie- Louise (j53), Pierre (7 Jul 1690 / Madeleine Renaud 7 Jan 1714 St-Francois / 3 May 1760 Terrebonne), Jean-Baptiste (23 Dec 1692 / 25 Jan 1693), Michel (29 Sep 1694 / 2 Jul 1703), Therese (10 Oct 1696 / Francois Renaud 2 May 1715 St- Francois / 12 Aug 1768 Terrebonne), Marie (14 Jan 1698), Charlotte (4 May 1701), Marguerite (12 Jul 1703 / 12 Jul 1793), Jean (10 Oct 1704 Lachine / Marie-Jeanne Migneron 2 Jan 1726 / ca 1731), Bernard (10 Sep 1708 St-Francois). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Toussaint Amable Marie Charles: k108 / k109: MATHURIN LANGEVIN dit Lacroix : MARIE-THERESE MARTIN FATHER: Mathurin Langevin : Antoine Martin dit Montpellier MOTHER: Marguerite Mahay : Denise Sevestre BORN: 30 Oct 1632 St-Vincent-de-Lelude, Angers, Anjou [5, 9, 26] : 30 Oct 1656 Quebec City, Quebec DIED: 10 May 1718 Montreal, Quebec : 3 Oct 1725 St-Laurent, Montreal MARRIED: 5 Oct [5, 9, 20, 26] Notre Dame Cathedral, Quebec City, Quebec MEMOIRS: Mathurin enlisted to go to Canada on 17 May 1653, at La Fleche and arrived at Montreal later that fall aboard the Saint-Nicolas as a member of the Grand Recrue. The contract with La Dauversiere paid Mathurin 110 livres advance wages. [26] Mathurin first wed Marie Renaud, a Filles a Marier, on 5 Oct 1654 at Notre Dame Cathedral, Montreal. [5, 22, 26] [5, 26] They had no children and Ms. Renaud died 27 Oct Marie-Therese and Mathurin s offspring birth/marriage/death details (all at Montreal) include the following in their birth order: Louis (16 Jan 1676 / Jeanne Gateau 12 Oct 1703 / 2 nd marriage, Madeleine Roy 7 Oct 1715 Notre Dame, Montreal / 8 Sep 1757), Madeleine (18 Jun 1677 / Edmond Tessier 18 Jun 1697 Grondines / 8 Feb 1749 Ste-Anne-de-la- Perade, Champlain), Marguerite (27 Sep 1679 Beaupre, Montmorency / died an infant), Jean (30 Oct 1681 / 19 Nov 1681), [5, 9, 22] Antoine (16 Feb 1685 / Marie-Louise Cousineau on 20 Nov 1712), Charles (j54), Nicolas (ca 1690 / 6 Jan 1710). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Toussaint Amable Marie Marie Madeleine: k110 / k111: DENIS VERONNEAU : MARGUERITE BERTAULT FATHER: Louis Veronneau : Jacques Bertault MOTHER: Perrine Bary : Gillette Banné BORN: ca 1643 Bournezeau, Poitou, France [5, 25] : 21 Dec 1655 [5, 9, 25] Trois-Rivieres, Quebec DIED: 30 Oct 1730 Boucherville, Quebec [5, 9, 25] : 21 Nov 1687 [5, 9, 25] Boucherville, Montreal MARRIED: 6 Jan [5, 9, 20, 25] Trois-Rivieres, St-Maurice, Quebec MEMOIRS: Denis and Marguerite s offspring birth/marriage/death data (at Boucherville) follows in order of their birth: Denise (5 Jun 1674 / Adrien Lamoureux 6 Apr 1693 / 27 Mar 1742), Louis (1675 / Marguerite Maugras 17 Aug

17 1705 Cap-de-la-Madeleine / 8 Jun 1759 St-Francois-du-Lac, Quebec), Marguerite (14 Jan 1677 / Jacques Reguindau 29 Oct 1696 / 30 Sep 1740), Joseph (10 Jun 1679 / Francoise Rougeau dit Berger 20 Jan 1710 / 22 Nov 1725), Pierre (9 Jan 1682 / 20 Apr 1685), Marie-Madeleine (j55), Jean-Baptiste (19 Oct 1687 / 13 Jun 1688). [5, 9, 25] Denis Veronneau next wed Catherine Guertin on 20 Jan 1689 at Pointe-aux-Trembles, Montreal. Vital statistics (at Boucherville) for Denis Veronneau s children with Ms. Guertin include: Pierre (18 Jul 1689 Pointe-aux-Trembles / 27 Aug 1689), Jean-Baptiste (11 Jul 1690 Point-aux-Trembles / 26 Aug 1690), Elisabeth (11 Aug 1691 Pointe-aux-Trembles / 4 Nov 1692), Marguerite (17 Sep 1693 / Francois Deguire dit Larose 16 Nov 1713), Jean (23 Dec 1695 / Marthe Hubert 16 Mar 1735 New Orleans, Louisiana), Angelique (28 Sep 1697 / Joseph Ovilem 19 Feb 1715), Rose (17 Jun 1700 Point-aux- Trembles / Joseph Levron 13 Sep 1722 / 27 Dec 1748 Montreal), Louis (30 Mar 1703 / 24 Jun 1703), Pierre 2 nd (11 Aug 1704 / Josephe Menanteau 2 Oct 1730 / 16 Apr 1773), Francois (27 Jun 1707 / Catherine Lapointe 25 Feb 1732). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Marie Joseph Jean Jean Baptiste: k112 / k113: RENE GERVAIS : MARIE JOUSSELOT FATHER: Martin Gervais : Pierre Jousselot MOTHER: Perrette Ancillon : Ozanne Drapeau BORN: ca 1644 St-Vincent, Vendee, France : ca 1650 St-Pierre, Langon, Vendee, France DIED: 19 May 1694 Quebec City, Quebec : 6 Nov 1720 St-Charles, Charlesbourg, PQ MARRIED: 10 Nov [5, 9, 20] Notre Dame de Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec MEMOIRS: Jean-Baptiste s sibling birth/marriage/death details (at Quebec City): Marguerite (3 Jul 1671), Antoinette (25 Nov 1673 / Pierre Fonteneau dit Desmoulins 18 Feb 1697 Charlesbourg / 20 Dec 1708), Jacques (2 Jan 1676 L Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec / Marie-Madeleine Dasylva 15 Nov 1700 / 3 Jul 1754), Jacques 2 nd (10 Feb 1677 L Ancienne- Lorette / Marie-Louise Vandandague 17 Nov 1704 Beauport / 7 Nov 1708), Pierre (ca 1679), [5, 9, 22] Jean-Baptiste (j56). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Marie Joseph Jean Anne: k114 / k115: PIERRE LEFEBVRE : MARGUERITE GAGNÉ FATHER: Robert Lefebvre : Pierre Gagné MOTHER: Jeanne Autin : Marguerite Rouzee BORN: ca 1648 St-Trinite, Bois-Guillaume, Rouen, Normandy [5, 9, 29] [5, 9, 13, 21, 29] : 14 Sep 1653 Quebec City DIED: 4 Apr 1694 La Nativitie, Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 13, 29] : 7 Jun 1720 [5, 13, 29] Laprairie, Quebec MARRIED: 4 Sep [5, 9, 20, 22, 29] Notre Dame de Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec MEMOIRS: Marguerite first married Martial Sauton on 10 Jan 1667 at Notre Dame Cathedral, Montreal, Quebec. [5, 9, 22] Marguerite had two children within this union: Pierre (8 Apr 1669 Montreal), Mathieu (21 Aug 1671 Laprairie). Marguerite Gagne and Pierre Lefebvre s offspring birth/marriage/death data (all at Laprairie): Joseph-Francois (ca 1674 / Marie-Anne Testard 12 Feb 1703 / 26 May 1742), [5, 9, 25] Marguerite (12 Sep 1676 / Pierre Bourdeau 27 Sep 1700 / 31 Aug 1740), Francois (17 Feb 1679 / Marie Surprenant 13 Nov 1712 / 8 Aug 1727), Marie (5 Feb 1681 / Joachim Reguindeau 3 Nov 1693 Pointe-aux-Trembles), Anne (j57), Laurent (11 Nov 1684 / 7 Jun 1696 Batiscan), Pierre (2 Apr 1686 / Louise Brousseau 17 Nov 1711 / 9 Oct 1756), Suzanne (19 Oct 1688 / Louis Bouchard 25 Feb 1715 / 18 [5, 9, 22, 29] Oct 1721), Joseph-Laurent (24 Nov 1690 / Marie-Genevieve Baudin 30 Aug 1717), Gabriel (29 Jun 1693). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Marie Joseph Therese Pierre: k116 / k117: JEAN SENECAL : MARGUERITE DESENNE FATHER: Martin Senecal : Pierre Desenne MOTHER: Jeanne Lappert : Marguerite Leger BORN: 20 Sep 1646 St-Martin, Larochelle, Aunis [5, 9, 29] [5, 9, 29] : ca 1649 Notre-Dame-du-Chemin, d Orleans DIED: 11 Feb 1723 Montreal, Quebec [5, 9, 29] : 25 May 1735 [5, 9, 29] Montreal, Quebec MARRIED: 15 Oct [5, 9, 20, 29] Notre Dame Cathedral, Montreal, Quebec MEMOIRS: Jean Senecal was noted in Montreal as of May Marguerite Desenne arrived in Canada [5, 29] as a Kings Daughter in Jean and Marguerite s offspring birth/marriage/death data (all at Notre- Dame-de-Montreal, Quebec) follows in the order of their birth: Pierre (j58), Therese (30 Dec 1674 / became a nun with the Congregation de Notre Dame de Montreal / 17 Mar 1703), Mathurin (17 Dec 1678), Joseph (1 Mar 1681 / Marie

18 Anne Foucher 24 Nov 1712 / 17 Nov 1741), Andre (18 Feb 1683 / Marguerite Boyer 28 Oct 1710 / 12 Oct 1754), Marguerite (19 Jan 1685 / became a nun with the Congregation de Notre Dame de Montreal / 5 Dec 1721), Anne (26 Jul [5, 9, 22, 29] 1687 / Joseph Bazinet dit Tourblanche 28 Apr 1710 / 20 Mar 1759 St-Enfant-de-Jesus, Pointe-aux-Trembles, Quebec). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Marie Joseph Therese Marguerite: k118 / k119: FRANCOIS PINSONNEAULT dit Lafleur : ANNE LEBERT BORN: ca 1648 Saintes, Saintonge, France [5, 20, 27, 29] : ca 1650 Saintes, Saintonge, France [5] DIED: 26 Jan 1731 La Nativité, Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 27, 29] [5, 9, 27, 29] : 29 Jan 1732 Laprairie, Quebec MARRIED: 1 May Contrecoeur, Vercheres, Quebec [5] MEMOIRS: Francois was a soldier with the St-Ours Company of the Carignan Regiment. Anne Lebert [5, 20, 27, 29] was a King s daughter. She came to Canada in 1673 and Francois arrived on 12 Sep 1665 with his regiment aboard the Saint-Sebastien. They settled at St-Ours where Captain St-Ours granted them land on 5 Nov [27, 29] The 1681 census reveals that they lived at St-Ours and owned three livestock and had 9 arpents under cultivation. [5] In 1691, the family moved to Montreal and then in 1696 to Longueuil and then to Laprairie in On 22 Jul 1724, Anne and Francois gave all their possessions to their children on the [5, 27, 29] condition that the children take care of them for the rest of their lives. Francois and Anne s offspring birth/marriage/death details (at Montreal) follow: Pierre (k432), Anne (23 Oct 1676 Sorel / Nicolas Brazeau 11 Oct 1694 / 15 Jan 1741), Marguerite (j59), Jacques (13 Mar 1682 Contrecoeur / Marie-Elisabeth Bourassa 21 July 1712 Laprairie), Francois (14 Aug 1684 Contrecoeur / 26 Dec 1734 Laprairie), Agnes (2 Jul 1687 Contrecoeur), Marie- [5, 22, 27, 29] Anne (13 Jan 1693 / 22 Oct 1693). Francois Pinsonneault dit Lafleur is also found at number (L864). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Marie Etienne Etienne: k120 / k121: ETIENNE BISAILLON : JEANNE ROINAY FATHER: Benoit Bisaillon : Francois Roinay MOTHER: Francoise-Louise du Blaise : Perrine Meunier BORN: ca 1658 St-Jean, d Aubrigoux, Auvergne [5, 9, 29] [5, 9, 29] : 3 Oct 1662 Montreal, Quebec DIED: 25 Sep 1697 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 29] : 3 Dec 1738 [5, 9, 29] Laprairie, Quebec MARRIED: 26 Nov [5, 9, 20, 29] La Nativity de la St-Vierge, Laprairie, Quebec MEMOIRS: Etienne emmigrated to Canada about 1681 with his three brothers. As of 1682, Etienne had about 100 acres of land at Laprairie. On 6 Sep 1697, Etienne sold his property and house on rue St-Francois in Montreal to Pierre Billeron for 2500 livres. [5] [5, 20, 29] Just weeks later he died at the hands of the Iroquois. The Bisaillon children s birth/marriage/death data (at Laprairie) follows in the order of their birth: Francois (2 Dec 1686 / Marie-Anne Moquin 23 Nov 1711 / 8 Aug 1749), Catherine (j217), Anne (6 Oct 1689 / 13 Aug 1708), Etienne (j60), Charles (23 Jan 1693 / 16 Jul 1694), Claude (17 Feb 1695 / Marguerite Ste-Marie 22 Nov 1717 / 10 Jan 1769), Joseph (17 May 1698 / 1 Feb 1699). [9, 29] Jeanne Roinay next wed Francois Demers (see L876) on 25 Jan 1700 at La Nativity de la St-Vierge, Laprairie. [5, 9, 22, 26, 29] Jeanne Roinay had three children (all Laprairie) with Mr. Demers: Jean-Francois (6 Nov 1700 / Marie-Josephe Deniau 15 Apr 1720), Rene (25 Feb 1702), Pierre (8 Jun 1704 / Marie-Angelique 6 Apr 1728 Longueuil / 4 May 1730). [5, 22, 29] Etienne Bisaillon is also at code number (k434). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Marie Etienne Anne Francoise: k122 / k123: FRANCOIS LEBERT : MARIE-ANNE MAGNAN dit Lesperance FATHER: Francois Lebert : Jean Magnan dit Lesperance MOTHER: Jeanne Testard : Marie Moitre BORN: 10 Oct 1673 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 26, 29] : 30 Nov 1677 [5, 9, 27, 29] Laprairie, Quebec DIED: 24 Apr 1753 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 29] : 11 Nov 1760 [5, 9, 29] Laprairie, Quebec MARRIED: 29 Oct [5, 9, 20, 29] Notre Dame Cathedral, Montreal, Quebec MEMOIRS: According to information listed on rootsweb, Francois Lebert was a captain in the militia at Montreal. [5] Marie-Anne and Francois children birth/marriage/death data (at Montreal) includes: Jacques (11 Aug 1699 / Barbe-Elizabeth Brosseau 1737 / 1 Nov 1741), Anne-Francoise (j61), Marie-Josephte (7 May 1703 / Francois Brosseau 17 Oct 1729 / 18 Jun 1703 St-Enfant-Jesus-de-la-Pointe-aux-Trembles, Hochelaga, named by Cartier, it grew to be

19 known as Ville-Marie about 1636 and then later it became Montreal), Suzanne (7 Jun 1704 / Jean-Baptiste Dupuy 23 Jun 1730 / died in 1779), Francois (8 Jul 1706 / Marie-Charlotte Lefebvre 7 Oct 1730), Anne (23 Jun 1710 / Ange Guerin 15 May 1729 / 3 Mar 1793 Laprairie), Jeanne (11 Jan 1712 / 3 Mar 1713 Laprairie), Antoine (20 Jul 1713 La Nativite-de-la-Prairiede-la-Madeleine, Laprairie), Elizabeth (10 Aug 1715 La Nativite-de-la-Prairie-de-la-Madeleine / Joseph Bouet 17 Jul 1758 La Nativite-de-la-Prairie-de-la-Madeleine), Catherine (2 May 1717 / Andre Perras 21 Nov 1740 / 11 Mar 1781 St-Philippe, Laprairie), Louis (26 Sep 1718 Laprairie / Marguerite Prudhomme 8 Jan 1746), Jean-Baptiste (29 Jun 1720). [5, 9, 21, 22, 29] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Marie Amable Joseph: k124 / k125: JOSEPH ROBIDOUX : JEANNE SEGUIN FATHER: Andre Robidoux dit l Espagnol : Francois Seguin dit Laderoute MOTHER: Jeanne Denot (Deniau) : Jeanne Petit BORN: 13 Jan 1678 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 27, 29] : 9 Aug 1680 [5, 9, 27, 29] Boucherville, Quebec DIED: 24 Mar 1728 Longueuil, Chambly, Quebec [5, 9, 29] : 20 Dec 1749 [9, 21, 29] St-Antoine, Longueuil MARRIED: 10 Oct [5, 9, 20, 29] St-Antoine-de-Pade, Longueuil, Chambly, Quebec MEMOIRS: Joseph and Jeanne s offspring birth/marriage/death details (all at La Nativite-de-la-Prairie-de-la- Madeleine, Laprairie) follow in the order of their birth: Marie-Josephte (24 Sep 1702 Longueuil / Mathieu Gervais 30 Oct 1719 / 12 Apr 1789 Longueuil), Toussaint (15 Oct 1704), Joseph (j62), Marguerite ( 2 Mar 1708 Montreal / Jean- Baptiste 17 Jul 1730 Longueuil, Chambly / 25 May 1768 St-Constant, Laprairie), Jean (15 Aug 1709 / 12 Nov 1709), Agnes ( 8 Feb 1711 Longueuil / Toussaint Marcil 27 Jun 1729 Longueuil / 19 Jan 1750 Longueuil), Jean-Baptiste (25 Mar 1712 / Jeanne Diel 28 Apr 1738 Longueuil / 28 Nov 1789 St-Constant), Madeleine (2 Dec 1713), Barbe (18 Jul 1715 / Pierre Longtin 24 Oct 1740 Longueuil / 26 Jan 1800), Jeanne (20 Apr 1718 / Pierre Champagne dit Magnan 3 Feb 1733 Longueuil / [5, 9, 29] 20 Dec 1749 Longueuil), Etienne (3 Feb 1720 / Jeanne Achin 14 Sep 1744 Longueuil / 3 Nov 1767 St-Constant). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Marie Marie Marie Anne: k126 / k127: CLAUDE MESNY : MARIE DENIGER FATHER: Andre Mesny : Benard Deniger MOTHER: Antoinette Valentin : Marguerite Raisin BORN: ca 1660 St-Jean, d Aubrigoux, Auvernge : ca 1675 [5, 9, 27] Sorel, Quebec DIED: 2 Jun 1715 St-Lambert, Levis, Quebec : 28 Mar 1765 Laprairie, Quebec MARRIED: 18 Aug [5, 9, 20, 22] La Nativity de la St-Vierge, Laprairie, Quebec MEMOIRS: Claude and Marie s offspring birth/marriage/death data (at Laprairie, Quebec) include: Angelique (10 Jul 1695 / 13 Oct 1695), Jean (16 Dec 1696 / Catherine Babeu 23 Oct 1724 / 18 Dec 1736), Pierre (10 Nov 1698), Madeleine (8 Nov 1700 St-Lambert, Levis, Quebec / Andre Babeu 13 Jul 1722 / 18 May 1776), Marguerite (7 Jan 1703 / Francois Lamarque 19 Nov 1725 / ca 1754), Marie-Anne (j63), Claude (3 Mar 1709 / 2 Sep 1710), Agnes (5 Jul 1711 / Francois-Antoine Aupry 7 Nov 1735), Antoine (15 May 1713 / Jeanne Seguin 29 Jul 1742 Detroit, Wayne, Michigan / 1 Feb 1794 Detroit). [5, 9, 22] Marie Deniger next married Jean Mossard dit Labrise on 7 Mar 1717 at Laprairie. Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Eustache Toussaint Perrine Renée - Jacques: L140 / L141: JEAN PATRI : JACQUELINE ISAMBART MARRIED: 1 Feb [5, 40] Daumeray, Angers, Anjou, France MEMOIRS: Both Jean and Jacqueline had passed away as of their son, Jacques wedding in Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Eustache Toussaint Perrine Renée - Urbaine: L142 / L143: JACQUES ROUSSEAU : PERRINE-VIVIANE PORTAIS MARRIED: ca Daumeray, Angers, Anjou, France [5] MEMOIRS: Urbaine s younger brother: Francois (Jeanne Lysambard 7 Nov 1678 Daumeray, Angers, Anjou). [5, 22] [5, 40] [5, 40]

20 Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Eustache - Marie - Jean Marie - Anne: L150 / L151: GUILLAUME LeSEIGNEUR : MARGUERITE SAUVE MEMOIRS: Their biographies may be viewed at number (k86). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Eustache Marie Catherine Jeanne - Louise: L158 / L159: JEAN-CHARLES GARNIER : JEANNE RENAUD dit Labray BORN: ca 1600 Poitiers, Vienne, Poitou, France : ca 1602 Poitiers, Vienne, Poitou, France MARRIED: ca Bazouges, Angers, Anjou, France MEMOIRS: Louise and Michelle s sibling birth/marriage/death details follow: Marguerite (22 Dec 1626 Bazouges, Angers, France / Olivier Charbonneau ca 1654 Marans, Larochelle, France / 2 nd marriage, Nicolas Bougeois dit Picard 4 Oct 1688 Lachine / 2 Dec 1701 Lachine), Louise (k79), Michelle (L977), Marie-Louise (ca 1639 Marans, Larochelle / [5, 9, 21] Jean Pichard 16 Sep 1658 Montreal / 22 Aug 1698 Montreal). Jean-Charles Garnier is also (m930) and (m986). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Francois Raphael Toussaint: L176 / L177: JEAN GIROUX : MARGUERITE QUILLERON BORN: ca 1598 Bignon, Reveillon, Mortagne, Sees, Perche : ca 1601 Mortagne, Sees, Perche DIED: 10 Jan 1641 St-Jean, Reveillon, Mortagne, Perche [5, 9, 21, 26] : ca 1650 Bignon, Reveillon [5] MARRIED: ca Mortagne, Sees, Perche, France MEMOIRS: Jean Giroux s occupation was that of a weaver. [21, 26] Jean and Marguerite s offspring birth/ marriage/death details (all at St-Jean, Bignon, Mortagne, France) include the following in the order of their birth: Etienne (25 Mar 1623 / 4 Oct 1641), Nicolas (4 Jan 1625 / died an infant), Catherine (19 Dec 1625 / died an infant), Antoine (18 Sep 1627 / died an infant), Thomas (8 Mar 1629), Marguerite (6 Mar 1631), Toussaint (k88). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Francois Marie Paul L180 / L181: VINCENT VACHON : SAPIENCE RABEAU (Vateau) BORN: ca 1600 Copechagniere, Laroche-Yon, Lucon, Poitou : ca 1602 Copechagniere, Laroche-Yon MARRIED: ca La-Copechagniere, Laroche-Yon, Lucon, Poitou, France [5] MEMOIRS: Among Vincent Vachon and Sapience Rabeau s descendants are Sir Wilfred Laurier, Prime Minister of Canada from 1896 to 1911 and Cardinal Leger, Archbishop of Montreal from 1950 to As such, Vincent and Sapience are the common ancestoral couple linking us with those two notable figures. [25] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Francois Marie Marguerite: L182 / L183: NOEL LANGLOIS : FRANCOISE GARNIER FATHER: Guillaume Langlois : Guillaume Garnier MOTHER: Jeanne Millet : Michelle Marille BORN: 4 Jun 1606 [5, 9, 24] [5, 24] : 16 Mar 1604 PLACE: St-Leonard Parcs, Alecon, Normandy, France [5, 9, 25] [5, 24] : Coutran, Laferte-Gauche, Champagne, France DIED: 14 Jul 1684 Beauport, Quebec [5, 9, 24, 25, 26, 45] : 1 Nov 1665 [5, 9, 25, 45] Quebec City, Quebec MARRIED: 25 Jul [5, 9, 20, 25, 26, 45] Notre Dame de Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec MEMOIRS: Recruited by Robert Giffard, Francoise arrived at Quebec as a Filles a Marier on 25 Jun 1634 and married a month later. It was just the fourth marriage celebrated in New France and the first since the [24, 25, 26] restitution or the return of the colony to France by Britain. Francoise Garnier is considered the first marriageable girl to arrive in the colony since France regained possession. She was the only single girl to arrive in 1634, followed by two more in [26] Francoise and Noel settled down in Beauport. Noel was a ship s pilot or navigator and like Francoise, came over with the first contingent of colonists recruited by Robert Giffard in Noel s group arrived on 4 Jun 1634, along with Zacharie Cloutier (m374) and Robert Caron (n3772). On 29 Jun 1637, after honouring their three year agreement, Robert Giffard, conceded Noel and Francoise, 300 arpents of land just west of Montmorency Falls, at Beauport. This made Noel the first quit-rent payer of Beauport. Here, Noel was employed as a carpenter, engaged in farming and the lumber business and still acted as a navigator when needed. Francoise Garnier was fatally wounded in an accident

21 Upon Noel s death, the parish register at Beauport noted that Noel Langlois... deceased this day in a state of Christian piety, after having received the sacraments of the Church and having carried out an exemplary life with the approval of all the parish. Anne, Marguerite, Jeanne and Marie s sibling birth/marriage/death details (all at Quebec City) follow in the order of their birth: Robert (18 Jul 1635 / 19 Jun 1651 Cote de La Montagne cemetery, Quebec), Marie Francoise (19 Aug 1636 / 14 Aug 1687 Levi), Anne (m919), Marguerite (k91), Jean- Francois (24 Feb 1641 Beauport / Marie-Charlotte Belanger 19 Oct 1665 Chateau-Richer / 7 Dec 1688 St-Joachim, Montmorency), Jeanne (L349), Elisabeth (21 Feb 1645 / Louis Cote 6 Nov 1662 / 2 nd marriage, Guillaume Lemieux 15 Dec 1669 Beauport / 18 Nov 1696 Cap-St-Ignace), Marie (L499), Jean (19 Dec 1648 / Marie Cadieux 5 Dec 1675 Beauport / 21 Oct 1690 Beauport), Noel Jr. (7 Dec 1651 / wed Aimee Caron, see-n3773, on 6 Jan 1672 / 8 Oct 1693 Beauport). [5, 21, 24, 25, 45] Noel Langlois next wed Marie Crevet (n3773) on 27 July 1666 at La Visitation de [5, 9, 22, 26, 45] Notre Dame, Chateau-Richer. Noel and Ms. Crevet had a daughter: Marie-Anne (ca 1670 Chateau- Richer / Jean Cote 8 Feb 1694 St-Pierre, Ile d Orleans). [9, 24] According to Lebel, Squire Noel Langlois, was also the Seigneur of Ile-aux-Oies and he and his son-in-law, Jean Pelletier (m918) both assisted at the second wedding of Jeanne Sauvenier (L501) in [21] Noel Langlois is also number (m698) (m998) (m2018) and (n1838). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie - Marie Charles Pierre: L184 / L185: JEAN MAHEU : MICHELLE CHAUVIN BORN: ca 1604 St-Jean-de-Mortagne, Perche, France [5, 25] : ca 1606 St-Jean-de-Mortagne, Perche DIED: 30 Sep 1673 Chateau-Richer, Quebec [5] : [5, 25] MARRIED: ca St-Jean-de-Mortagne, Perche, France MEMOIRS: Jean was a tailor. Pierre s younger brother, Jacques (born 15 Aug 1634 St-Jean-de-Mortagne). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie - Marie Charles Jeanne: L186 / L187: ROBERT DROUIN : ANNE CLOUTIER FATHER: Robert Drouin : Zacharie Cloutier MOTHER: Marie Dubois : Xainte Dupont BORN: 16 Aug 1607 [5, 9, 21, 25] [5, 21, 24, 25, 29] : 19 Jan 1626 PLACE: Pin la Garenne, Orne, Mortagne, Perche [5, 9, 21, 25] [5, 21, 25, 29] : St-Jean-de-Mortagne, Perche, France DIED: 30 May 1685 Chateau-Richer, Quebec [5, 9, 21, 25] : 3 Feb 1648 [5, 21, 24, 25, 29] Beaupre, Quebec MARRIED: 12 Jul [5, 9, 20, 21, 25] Notre Dame de Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec MEMOIRS: Lebel indicates that Robert grew up in a small town in the parish of St-Barthelemy and his house, the Tuileries, a small, modest stone house was still in use as of Lebel`s printing date in Recruited by Seigneur Giffard, Robert left the port of Dieppe in 1635 for the unknown wilds of Canada. He first lived in the home of his future father-in-law, Zacharie Cloutier. Anne had arrived in Quebec the previous year on 4 Jun 1634, exactly 100 years to the day after Jacques Cartier. On 12 Jul 1636, when she was just ten, her father promised Anne in marriage to Robert. The contract, signed in the home of family friend Jean Guyon, went down on record as the first contract of its kind in Quebec. Because of her age, the actual wedding did not take place for another year and even then, there was a stipulation in the marriage contract which stated that there was to be no conjugal visit between the bride and groom for two years. They continued living in the Cloutier home until Robert's indenture was up and he was granted land of his own in Robert knew the art of brickmaking. A contract from Notary Piraude, dated 25 Mar 1640, tells us that Drouin sold 7000 bricks to the nursing order of the Dames Hospitalieres. He contracted to deliver them the following June, on the shore of the river near Beauport just opposite his workyard for a price of two poinsons of wheat, equivalent to 39 gallons. Robert also made planks, dry-docked a launch for Grouvel and sowed the fields of his friends. By 1641, Robert had cleared his land near Beauport, just west of the Riviereaux-Chiens, and put a small cabin on it. In 1642, Robert and others from Beauport were accused of plotting to kill James Bourguignon, who had sued them in the Criminal Court of Quebec. The affair was not prosecuted. On 17 Apr 1646, a land grant was made by Olivier le Tardif (L332) in favour of Drouin for six [21, 24] arpents of frontage by 126 in depth. Robert and Anne s offspring birth/marriage/death details (all at Quebec City) follow in order of birth: Agnes (25 Jan 1640 / 31 Jan 1640), Marguerite (8 Nov 1641 / 8 Nov 1641), [5, 20] [5, 21]

22 Mr. Drouin (22 Nov 1642 / ca1645), Genevieve (19 Oct 1643 / Romain Trepanier 24 Apr 1656 / 4 Oct 1710 Chateau- Richer), Jeanne (k93). [5, 9, 21, 22, 24, 25] After Anne`s death, Robert left the area, giving temporary custody of Genevieve and Jeanne to his in-laws. He rented the land to Julien Perreault, who agreed to allow an arpent of land to return to nature each year and to take good care of the two cows, the heifer, the ox and the four pigs. [21] A year after Anne died, Robert married Marie Chapelier on 29 Nov 1649 at Notre Dame de Quebec, [5, 21, 26] Quebec City. Ms. Chappelier was a Filles a Marier and had been earlier married to Pierre Petit. On 6 Jun 1651, the Jesuits granted a plot of land to Robert consisting of two arpents frontage on the river to a depth of 20 arpents, located on the Cap-de-la-Madeleine. By 24 Mar 1653, he had moved to the farm of the Jesuit Fathers, called Notre Dame de la Bon Secours, situated between Beauport and Quebec. They granted him land with three arpents of frontage by 20 deep. Robert then returned to his original farm west of the Riviere aux Chiens. Shortly afterwards, the Cloutiers obtained permanent custody of their grand-daughters, Genevieve and Jeanne. For many years they would be the centre of judicial litigation aimed at protecting their right to the inheritance from their father and biological mother. When Robert and Ms. Chappelier s daughter, Marie, married they gave her a milk cow, clothing, linens, dishes and 100 livres. In 1667, Robert owned six cattle and ten arpents of cleared land. In 1681, he was still cultivating 20 arpents and that year accepted 14 year old Charles Galarneau for a three year indenture. Ms. Chappelier, Robert`s second wife, died on 15 Mar 1697 at Quebec City. [21, 26] Vital statistics (at Chateau-Richer) for Robert s children with Ms. Chappelier follow: Marie (18 Sep 1650 Trois-Rivieres / Nicolas Lebel-L490 on 28 Nov 1662 / drowned in Riviere aux Chiens 2 May 1664), Nicolas (8 Jan 1652 Cap-de-Madeleine / Marie Loignon 6 Nov 1674 Quebec City), Pierre (1 Nov 1653 Quebec City / died between 1666 and 1667 census), Marguerite (23 Dec 1655 Quebec City / Jean Gagnon 26 Oct 1670 / 1 Jun 1692), Etienne (ca 1657 Quebec City / Catherine Loignon ca 1679 Ste-Famille, Ile d Orleans / 13 Sep 1720), Catherine (2 Jan 1660 Quebec City / Michel Roulois 24 Nov 1676 / 25 Mar 1734), Jean-Baptiste (13 Feb 1662 / died between 1667 and 1681 census ), Madeleine (26 Nov 1664 / 3 Feb 1665). [21, 22, 26] One of Robert s descendants is Joseph Drouin who founded the Drouin Genealogical Institute in The Drouin Collection represents the largest (about 15 million records) and most valuable French-Canadian family history resource available. [8] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Marie Marie Charles: L188 / L189: GUILLAUME GARNIER : FRANCOISE des CHALLOUX BORN: ca 1609 Tournebu, Bayeux, Normandy [5, 25] : ca 1611 Tournebu, Bayeux, Normandy [5, 20] MARRIED: ca Tournebu, Bayeux, Normandy, France Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Marie Marie Louise: L190 / L191: JACQUES VEZINA : MARIE BOISDON FATHER: : Jean Boisdon dit Bourdon MOTHER: : Marie Bardin BORN: ca 1615 Puyrevault, Larochelle, Aunis [5, 21, 25] : ca 1617 St-Rogatien, Larochelle, Aunis DIED: 28 Jun 1687 L Ange-Gardien, Quebec [5, 21] : 28 Dec 1687 [5, 9, 21] L Ange-Gardien, Quebec MARRIED: 10 Jun Larochelle, Aunis, France [21] MEMOIRS: Lebel s reveals that Jacques emigrated in 1659 with his five children. Marie Boisdon gave birth to Jeanne, that spring and stayed behind. Sometime that winter or next spring, Jeanne died and Marie journeyed to Canada to join her family. [21] Jacques was a master cooper and merchant in the parish of St- [20, 25, 27] Nicolas, Larochelle. A cooper makes and repairs barrels, pails, vats, tubs, butter churns, wooden tanks and the like. On 11 Jan 1660, Jacques signed an act in the presence of a notary which confirmed that he was a master cooper living at Quebec City. At this time he acquired three arpents of frontal land on the river by 126 arpents deep, located in the seigneurie of Beaupre just east of the Montmorency Falls. The price was 120 livres which Jacques agreed to pay upon the arrival of the first ship which will come from France to this country. The census of 1666 was taken in the winter prior to the arrival of the ships from France. The census takers travelled by foot or on snowshoes across the country. During the winter season it was easier to find all the people at home. This first census however was incomplete. The 1667 census taken in the same manner was more precise and showed Jacques, aged 56 years, Marie 50 years and their children as well as [5, 20]

23 three cattle and eight arpents of land under cultivation in the seigneurie of Beaupre. A document preserved in the seminary of Quebec reveals that since 1677, the Vezina family resided in the fief called Charlesville, owned by Charles Aubert de la Chesnaye. On the occasion of the signing of their youngest son, Francois marriage contract in 1679, Jacques and Marie gifted the newlyweds with all of their furniture and real estate. Their son was charged with caring for them during their lifetime and after their death to pay one hundred sixty livres each to the first born Francois (k168) as well as to his sisters, Louise, Anne and Marie. In 1681, the third census indicates that their son, Francois, now owned the farm with five head of cattle and twenty arpents under cultivation. [21] Marie and Jacques offspring birth/marriage/death data (at L Ange-Gardien) follows in the order of their birth: Francois (k168), Marie (ca 1647 St-Rogatien, Larochelle / Antoine Ossant 5 Oct 1671 / 1 Dec 1714), Louise (k95), Anne (ca 1650 Ste-Marguerite, Larochelle / Rene Brisson dit Dutlilly 6 Sep 1664 / 29 Dec 1687), Jacques (Jul 1654 St-Nicolas, Larochelle / 24 Sep 1655 St-Nicolas), Pierre (16 May 1655 St-Nicolas / 14 Dec 1656 St-Nicolas), Francois 2 nd (28 Aug 1657 St-Nicolas / Marie Clement dit Lapointe, see-l874, on 10 Apr 1679 / 20 Jan 1703), Jeanne (7 Mar 1659 St-Nicolas / ca 1660 Saint Nicolas). [5, 9, 21, 25] Jacques Vezina is also at the number (L336). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Toussaint Pierre Pierre Marie Andre: L196 / L197: PIERRE POUTRE dit Poudrette : PHILIPPE ROCQUET BORN: ca 1616 St-Gery, Valencienne, France [5, 9, 25] : ca 1618 St-Gery, Valencienne, France [5, 9, 25] MARRIED: ca St-Gery de Valencienne, France Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Toussaint Pierre Pierre Marie Marie Jeanne: L198 / L199: DANIEL BUREL : ANNE Le SUISSE BORN: ca 1620 St-Denis-du-Clair, Rouen, France [5, 9, 25] : ca 1622 St-Denis-du-Clair, Rouen [5, 20] MARRIED: ca St-Denis-du-Clair, Rouen, France Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Toussaint Pierre Charlotte Rene Philippe: L200 / L201: MATHURIN ETIENNE : LOUISE ARSONNELLE BORN: ca 1605 Doeuil-sur-le-Mignon, Saintonge [5, 9, 20] : ca 1607 Doeuil-sur-le-Mignon, Saintonge Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Toussaint Pierre Marie Marie Jean: L204 / L205: JEAN AUBUCHON : JEANNE GILLE BORN: 12 Jan 1585 St-Remi de Dieppe, Normandy [5] : 23 Jul 1611 St-Remi de Dieppe, Normandy [5] DIED: 8 Oct 1647 St-Remi de Dieppe, Normandy [5] : MARRIED: ca St-Remi, Dieppe, Rouen, Normandy, France MEMOIRS: According to various rootsweb contributors, Jean was a merchant and sponsored some voyages to Canada. He first wed Catherine le Marchand on 6 Aug 1617 Dieppe, Normandy. [5] Jean s children with Ms. Marchand include: Jacques (1 Dec 1617 St-Remi de Dieppe, Rouen / a master carpenter / Mathurine Poisson 8 Oct 1647 Quebec City / 7 Dec 1701 Trois-Rivieres), Marie (20 Dec 1629 St-Remi de Dieppe, Rouen, France). [5, 9, 25] [5, 20] [5, 9, 20] [5, 9, 21, 26] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Toussaint Pierre Marie Marie Marguerite: L206 / L207: LOUIS SEDILOT : MARGUERITE GRIMOULT BORN: ca 1605 Montreuil-sur-Breche, Picardie, Fr. [5, 16, 21, 24] [5, 21, 24] : ca 1611 Gif-sur-Yvette, Ile-de-France DIED: 25 Jan 1672 Quebec City, Quebec [5, 9, 16, 21, 25] : ca 1682 Quebec City, Quebec [5] MARRIED: ca [5, 16, 21, 24] Paris, France MEMOIRS: Louis moved to Gif-sur-Yvette, Ile-de-France where he worked as a gardener. [16] There he married Marie Chasle in 1626 but she died in They had a daughter: Marie (born ca 1627 France / wed Bertrand Fafard dit Laframboise, see-l388, on 21 Dec 1640 at Trois-Rivieres / 2 nd marriage, Rene Besnard dit Bourjoli 2 Feb 1661 Trois-Rivieres / died 12 Jun 1689 Trois-Rivieres). [21, 25, 26] Marguerite Grimoult first wed Bonaventure Pagnou on 8 Sep 1631 at Gif-sur-Yvette, Ile-de-France, France. [5] Marguerite Grimoult brought property worth 1500 livres to her marriage with Louis Sedilot. [21] In 1637, Louis and Marguerite crossed the Atlantic Ocean to [5, 16, 21, 25] Canada. Prior to their departure, Louis placed his daughter Marie, born of his first marriage, in the convent of the Feuillantes Nuns on Rue St-Jacques in Paris. Louis advanced the nuns a maintenance fee of

24 500 pounds, which covered Marie s expenses for a five year period. It is thought that Louis returned for his [16, 25] daughter just two years later. On 2 Nov 1637, Louis signed a three year contract with the Company of One Hundred Associates to clear trees and break ground for tillage. [16, 21, 25] He worked for them until 1640 [21, 25] and then was hired for one year by the company that succeeded them, the New France Company. Lebel reports that on 1 Aug 1640, Louis signed a contract at Fort Saint-Louis to clear and farm the lands which will be assigned to him. The contract detailed the salary at 200 livres for each arpent taken at the magasin of the Company. At the end of his work the arpent of land had to be ready for plowing. Furthermore, Louis promised to sow wheat and other grains, to gather them, to thresh them and then to deliver them on command. On 11 Nov 1643, Louis was declared owner of land measuring 172 feet square, near Cap aux diamants bordering and abutting on all sides and all parts the lands of the said sieurs of the Company. This land belonged to him both for his quadrant of lands which he had cleared and for his days of work. [21] On 8 Mar 1645, Louis obtained a concession of land with three arpents in frontage by a depth of 13 located at present day Rue Saint-Cyrille. Half of the Saint-Sacrement Hospital would be located on this property. On 23 Jun 1651, he obtained three arpents of frontage to a depth of ten arpents just behind the land which he already owned on the Sainte-Genevieve hill. On 2 Mar 1660, Louis was granted more land just east of what he owned, nine toises from Saint-Charles River and crossing the present Saint-Sauveur cemetery. The 1666 census shows the Sedilots with two domestics in their service: Jacques Dubois and Francois Pelletier. The 1667 census reports Louis owning 40 arpents (about 60 acres) cleared and three head of stock in his barn. [21, 25] They also had a house and a stable. On 28 Aug 1668, Louis, ill in bed where he was lying in the Hotel-Dieu of this city never the less healthy in mind memory and understanding stated that: when he married Marie Grimoult he had no personal property or land; he gave Marie Sedilot, daughter from his first marriage, 400 livres both in wheat and other things ; at the time of his marriage with Marguerite Grimoult, she brought him 1500 livres tournois including 500 given to the Feuillantines at Paris to pay for boarding his daughter, Marie. Then 300 livres went to Marguerite Grimoult s trustee and the rest of his personal assets were sold in order to provide for his voyage to this country. Louis was clarifying that his daughter from his first marriage had already received her inheritance and that his other children with their mother, Marguerite Grimoult, were his heirs according to the law. On 2 Dec 1669, Jean Compairon dit Lavergne was convicted of burglary committed at the house of Louis Sedilot. Mr. Compairon s sentence dictated that he work for five years at the home of the victim. Once Louis died, Marguerite Grimoult leased her land on the Sainte- Genevieve Coast to her son, Adrien on 10 Feb On this farm there were three steers, two cows, one heifer, three pigs and some farming tools. Adrien was committed to maintain the buildings and the fences. His mother left him 40 minots of wheat, ten of peas and a barrel of lard. Adrien promised to give his mother 100 livres a year or 260 in total, plus feed her, do her laundry and provide her with heat and shelter. Everything was ratified at the governor s palace. [21] The 1681 census indicates that Marguerite was living at the Hotel-Dieu, Quebec City. On 25 Jan 1682, Marguerite drew up her will in the presence of notary Becquet so it is assumed that she died some time later that year. [5] Marguerite and Louis offspring birth/marriage/death data (all at Quebec City) follows: Jacqueline (L403), Adrien (18 Dec 1639 / a carpenter and Sieur de Brisval / Jeanne-Angelique Briere-k421, a Filles a Marier, 22 Sep 1661 / 1 Mar 1715), Etienne (9 Sep 1640 / Madeleine Carbonnet, a Kings Daughter, on 11 Aug 1664 / 9 Nov 1688), Marguerite (k103), Marie (21 Oct 1644 / Rene Filiatrault 5 Apr 1657 but annulled on 11 Jun 1658 / 2 nd marriage, Julien Trottier 16 Aug 1660 / 3 rd marriage, Rene Blanchet ca 1670 Cap-de-la-Madeleine / 4 th marriage, Antoine Adhemar 8 Feb 1684 / 12 Jun 1684 Trois Rivieres), Jean (27 Jan 1647 / a cartwright in the Upper-Town of Quebec City / wed Marie-Claire Leclerc, a Kings Daughter, on 27 Nov 1669 / 2 nd marriage, Charlotte-Francoise Poitras 22 Feb 1689 / 12 Mar 1714). [5, 18, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27] Louis Sedilot is also at the number (m806)

25 Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Amable Francois Marie Pierre: L212 / L213: DOMINIQUE GAREAU : MARIE PINARD FATHER: Jean Gareau : Jean Pinard MOTHER: Marie Doublet : Marguerite Gaigneur BORN: 28 Nov 1625 Cognac, Saintes, Saintonge [5] : 25 Apr 1620 [5, 9, 27, 29] Ste-Marguerite, Larochelle DIED: 24 Apr 1684 Larochelle, Aunis, France [5] [5, 20] : died at France MARRIED: 23 May [5, 9, 20, 27] Ste-Marguerite, Larochelle, Aunis, France MEMOIRS: Dominique and Marie did not come to Canada. [20] He was a master tailor. [5] Dominique and Marie s offspring birth/marriage/death details follow: Jean (k446), Marguerite (8 Nov 1648 St-Jean-du- Perrot, Larochelle / 15 Aug 1679 Chartres, Ile-et-Vilaine, Bretagne, France), Pierre (k106), Marie (ca 1656 Larochelle, Aunis, France / Roger Latouche 15 Jan 1680 Chambly, Quebec / 1 Oct 1730 Ile-Ste-Therese, Varennes), Jacques (3 Aug 1659 Ste-Marguerite, Larochelle, Aunis, France / died in France). [5, 29] Dominique Gareau is also found at number (L893). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Amable Francois Marie Barbe: L214 / L215: LEONARD MONTREAU : MARGUERITE LEVAIGNEUR FATHER: Leonard Montreau dit Francoeur : Jean Levaigneur MOTHER: Jeanne Canin : Perrette Cailletot BORN: ca 1646 Maille, Poitiers, France [5, 9, 27] : ca 1650 [5, 9, 27] St-Saens, Dieppe, Rouen, Normandy DIED: 15 Feb 1699 Boucherville, Quebec [5, 9, 27] : 22 Jan 1729 Terrebonne, Quebec [5] MARRIED: 1 Mar [9, 17, 20, 23, 27] Notre Dame Cathedral, Montreal, Quebec MEMOIRS: Leonard was a Carignan Soldier with the Froment Company who arrived at Quebec on 18 Jun Marguerite was a Kings Daughter who left for Canada in [18, 27] In 1669, Leonard was granted some land at Grondines. In 1674, Leonard sold his farm at Grondines and moved the family to Ste-Anne-dela-Perade. Here he received a grant of land on 3 Mar About 1679, the family settled in the seigneurie of Varennes where they can be found under the name Montreuil, which is how they would be known from that point on. Leonard received some farmland from Pierre Boucher at Boucherville, Quebec on 19 Apr Leonard Montreau resided at Boucherville in the fief of Tremblay at the time of his death in [27] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Amable Marie Charles Mathurin: L216 / L217: MATHURIN LANGEVIN : MARGUERITE MAHAY FATHER: Mathurin Langevin : MOTHER: Francoise Dislé : MEMOIRS: Their biographies may be viewed at number (m126). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Amable Marie Charles Marie Therese: L218 / L219: ANTOINE MARTIN dit Montpelier : DENISE SEVESTRE FATHER: Jean-Galleran Martin : Charles Sevestre MOTHER: Isabel Cote : Marie-Marguerite Pichon BORN: ca 1607 St-Xiste, Montpelier, Languedoc, France : ca 1628 Paris, France DIED: 11 May 1659 Quebec Ctiy, Quebec : 14 Dec 1700 Quebec City, Quebec MARRIED: 18 Jun [5, 9, 20] Notre Dame Cathedral, Quebec City, Quebec MEMOIRS: Denise Severstre inherited her father's land grant. It was nine acres with St-Lawrence River frontage at Sillery. By 1663, the family had accumulated another 22 arpents of land. [5] Antoine and Denise s offspring birth/marriage/death details (at Quebec City) follow in the order of their birth: Isabelle (ca 1647 / Jean Ozannes ca 1667 Trois-Rivieres / 17 Apr 1736 Montreal), Anne (ca 1649 / 14 Jan 1717), Charles (7 Oct 1651 / was a domestic of the Jesuits at the Mission of the Outaouais Indians), Antoine (28 Aug 1654 / Jeanne Cadieux 11 Jan 1690 Beauport / 6 Apr 1715 Charlesbourg), Marie-Therese (k109), Francois (12 Dec 1658 / drowned while attempting a [5, 9, 27] crossing over ice / 10 May 1674). Denise Sevestre second marriage was with Philippe Neveu on 4 Aug 1659 at Notre Dame, Quebec City. Statistics (at Quebec City) for Denise s children with Mr. Neveu include: Madeleine (25 Nov 1660 / Jean Cadieux 28 Apr 1681 / 27 Oct 1697 Beauport), Louis (16 Mar 1662 / ca 1666), Jacques

26 (10 Mar 1663 / Michelle Chauvin 24 Oct 1695 / captured by Indians on 22 Jun 1722 at Kaskaskia, Illinois), Philippe (24 Jun 1665 / 22 May 1676), Marie-Anne (13 Jan 1667 / 17 Jan 1667), Anne (28 Jan 1668 / 1 Dec 1702), Marguerite (29 May 1669 / became a nun, Sister Sainte-Marguerite / 18 Jun 1734), Catherine (3 Jul 1670 / Guillaume Gaillard 27 May 1690 / 5 Jul 1715), Charles (12 Sep 1671 / died at sea between Louisiana and France in 1705), Jean-Baptiste (31 Aug 1673 / 8 Sep 1673), Jean (19 Dec 1676 / Jeanne Passard 24 Jan 1702 Montreal / 2 nd [5, 9, 22] marriage, Francoise Legras 27 Jul 1704 Montreal). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Amable Marie Marie - Denis: L220 / L221: LOUIS VERONNEAU : PERRINE BARY BORN: ca 1615 Bournezeau, Laroche-sur-Yon, Poitou [5, 20] [5, 20] : ca 1617 Bournezeau, Laroche-sur-Yon [5, 20] MARRIED: ca Bournezeau, Laroche-sur-Yon, Poitou, France MEMOIRS: A Family Search of all records from 1600 to 1710 provided no further results. [9] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Amable Marie Marie Marguerite: L222 / L223: JACQUES BERTAULT : GILLETTE BANNÉ FATHER: Thomas Bertault : Marin Banné MOTHER: Catherine Coulonne : Isabelle Boire BORN: ca 1627 l Essars, Laroche-sur-yon, Poitou [5, 20, 26, 29] [5, 25, 26] : ca 1632 Argences, Caen, Normandy DIED: 9 Jun 1672 Quebec City, Quebec [5, 9, 25] [5, 9, 25] : 9 Jun 1672 Quebec City, Quebec [5, 9, 20, 26, 29] MARRIED: 27 Jul Trois-Rivieres, St-Maurice, Quebec MEMOIRS: Gillette was a Filles a Marier who immigrated about [5, 26] She first wed Marin Chauvin (m1870) in 1649 at Trois-Rivieres so Gillette appears in this history a second time. Gillette s child with Mr. Chauvin was Marie who can be found at number (L935). Jacques Bertault, a locksmith, arrived in Canada [25, 26] about Jacques and Gillette s offspring birth/marriage/death details (at Trois-Rivieres) follow: Jacques (25 Nov 1654 / died before 1666 census), Marguerite (k111), Suzanne (18 Dec 1657 / Jean Hiesse 24 Sep 1671 / 3 Feb 1716 Varennes, Quebec), Isabelle-Therese (22 Jan 1659 / Julien Latouche 12 Aug 1671 / 18 Mar 1735 Repentigny, Quebec), Marie-Jeanne (26 Mar 1660 / Vincent Verdon 1 Sep 1680 Cap-de-la-Madeleine / 20 Dec 1698 Boucherville), Nicolas (26 Feb 1662 / died in 1672). [5, 9, 25, 26, 29] Jacques Bertault and Gillete Banné were both convicted of killing their son-in-law. Jacques arranged for their daughter, Isabelle, to be married at the age of twelve to Julien Latouche who was thirty years old. Julien, a former Carignan soldier with the Grandfontaine Company, turned out to be a lazy, abusive and alcoholic husband. He worked for Maurice Poulin and then for Claude Jutras but he did not provide enough food for his wife, so Jacques Bertault had to send her meat, bread and eggs. Latouche also beat his young wife. Bertault spoke about these things to his son-in-law, but to no avail. The situation led to a murder. The following, cited in Leveille s research, summarizes an article from the Journal of American French Genealogical Society. On 15 May 1672, Bertault, his wife, and Isabelle went to the family farm across the river... there was a poisonous plant that was known to kill hogs... they put these poisonous leaves in a soup and served it to Latouche the following day but nothing happened... later that evening Madame Bertault went to the barn and confronted Latouche... a verbal argument and then a tussle ensued... soon they were joined by Isabelle and Jacques Bertault... Latouche died from several blows from a hoe... on the other side of the river, Jean Gautier and Louis Petit heard Latouche s voice screaming, Oh my God... you're killing me... you'll be hanged... following day, Gautier, Petit, Pierre Pepin and Jean Hereux crossed the river to Latouche s house and finding nothing they went to Bertault s house... Bertault came out of the house with his musket and said they would not find Latouche... the young men said, then, you have killed him... Bertault told them that he had not seen him because Latouche had gone to New England... the boys made their way to the Bertault barn... there was blood on the ground, on barrels, on a hoe, and on an iron bar... they even found some stockings and some teeth which they believed to have belonged to the deceased... they went to the authorities which led to the arrest of Jacques Bertault later that day... his wife and daughter could not be found... Hereux testified that Bertault had earlier said to him that Latouche would die, by no other hand than my own... Bertault s son, Nicolas, reported that his parents left on the preceeding Sunday to go to their farm and that they had returned... he added that his mother and sister had fled into the woods on Wednesday... Nicolas claimed that he had recently heard his mother say that she

27 would kill Latouche some day and that Isabelle said she wished her husband were dead... the official report indicated that the said Bertault was incarcerated... the said Gillette Banné and her daughter had fled... we have gone into their home where we have seized their possessions and have taken an inventory thereof in presence of Nicolas Bertault, about ten years of age and son of the said Bertault... on 20 May 1672, Jacques Bertault appeared before Louis de Godefroy, sieur de Normanville, fiscal procuror of Trois-Rivieres, for questioning... Bertault claimed that he had not killed his son-in-law and that he did not know where he was... when asked about the blood in the barn, he said it was the blood of three sturgeons which he had caught... when asked if he had threatened to kill Latouche, he answered no and did not want to comment further... the following day, Gillette Banné and Isabelle Bertault were found in the woods and arrested... they were brought before Louis de Godefroy for questioning... Gillette Banné testified that Latouche had beaten his wife, that she and her husband had come to their daughter's rescue, and that a scuffle had ensued, wherby she had hit Latouche with a hoe in order to help her husband and with the intention of stopping the fight...she said Latouche fell on the spot... she added that during the melee both she and her husband were bitten by Latouche and showed her fingers as proof... believing that Latouche was but shaken, they returned to their home... half an hour later, they returned to the barn and found him dead and so dragged his body to the river... Isabelle's testimony was essentially the same as her mother's... later in the day, Bertault and his wife were confronted and her deposition was read before both of them... Bertault was asked why his testimony differed so sharply with his wife's... he answered that he had not wanted to say anything until his wife had been questioned and for this reason, he had denied all the testimony brought forth by the witnesses... he further avowed that her testimony was true. After this preliminary investigation, the three prisoners were sent to Quebec, where they could undergo a fair and equitable trial. The case was turned over to Intendant Talon who chose Sieur Chartier, lieutenant general, civil and criminal to lead the prosecution. Under his interrogations, Isabelle repeated more or less what she had testified to in Trois-Riveres implying the murder was in self-defense. Among the questions and answers given were: When you were married, did you love your husband? Not at all Why didn't you love him? My father made me marry him without my consent, because he had a nice place on the farm of Madame de Lafontaine, for whom he was a farmer for five years. The wife of sieur Aube was ready to have her baby and asked my father to send my mother to help and she went. While my mother was away, my father arranged the marriage. My mother did not want to consent to the union, but my father said, he was the master and the wedding took place. Why did you not tell the priest that you did not want Latouche for your husband? My father was there, but my mother wasn't. If she had been there, I would have declared it. Did your mother like Latouche at the time you married him? Yes. Are you happy your husband is dead? No, and I wish I were dead instead of him. Why did you hit your husband and why did you help your father to kill him? I did not help. Why did your father and mother threaten your husband often? They have not threatened him, neither one nor the other. Why did your brother say to your mother that they had killed his brother-in-law? He did not say that. Why did your father say that the deceased was in New England after he had murdered him? You will excuse me sir, he did not say that. Wasn't your husband's voice heard in Trois-Rivieres while he was being murdered? It was my father who was screaming like that. As Isabelle was questioned further, she maintained the innocence of her parents and insisted that her husband was killed in self-defense. When Jacques Bertault was questioned he attempted to shift the blame onto his wife. He related how his wife had tried to poison Latouche and when this plot had failed, she had struck Latouche with a hoe that night. How did you plan to kill your son-in-law? My wife said to go to the farm and once we were there, she implored me many times until we killed our son-in-law... our daughter never spoke to me about her problems, but spoke to her mother about getting rid of her husband... sometimes I was even forced to leave the house because my wife was so relentless about getting rid of our son-in-law. How many times did you strike him? I don't remember the number, but I believe it was less than ten when he died. As Bertault was being interrogated, he said that he knew that his daughter had watched her husband being murdered, but that he didn't know if she had struck him. To protect himself further he added, I never meant my son-in-in law any harm...what I have done was but in obedience to my wife. Gillette Banné admitted to having tried to poison Latouche and gave explicit details of the murder. What kind of plant did you use to try to poison your son-in-law, Julien Latouche? I don't know what kind of plant it is, but it isn't any bigger than half the length of a finger. I only used four or

28 five leaves which didn't do him any harm. Did you go into the barn to see your son-in-law one hour after sunset, where you sarcastically said what a nice son-in-law he was? Yes, and he asked why he wasn t very nice. Did you not take a hoe and use it to strike your son-in- law? That is true. Did your husband come in at the same time to take the hoe to finish killing your son- in-law? That is true. Did you call your daughter to help you kill Latouche? Yes, but I don't know if my daughter struck him. How many times did you strike the deceased? I gave the first blow, but it did not draw blood. Then I hit him again on the head and he fell to the ground. My husband came in at the same time. I don't know how many times he struck him but after many blows, he died. After you killed your son-in-law, what did you do? When we knew he was dead, the three of us threw him into the river. At the end of her interrogation, Gillette Banné admitted that they had maliciously killed Julien Latouche. She said they had thought about it for a long time, because they never had any peace of mind since the marriage of Latouche to their daughter. She added that they discussed getting rid of him because he mistreated their daughter and because he was worthless. On 8 June 1672, the fiscal procurer rendered his verdict. He asked that the three prisoners be executed and that no allowance be made for Isabelle because of her age, as she had also been involved in the murder. The court showed no pity for Jacques Bertault and Gillette Banné but they were merciful to Isabelle because of her age. The official verdict reads, we have declared the said Jacques Bertault, Gillette Banné and Isabelle Bertault... tried and convicted of the said crimes of imprisonment and murder committed against the person of the said Julien Latouche... for reparation of which, we condemn and are condemning the said Bertault, Banné and their daughter, to be taken from... the prisons of this jurisdiction by the executor of high justice, led with a rope around their necks, a burning torch in their hands, before the door of the parish church of this city... there, the said Bertault, and the said women, bare headed and dressed in their shirts to the waist, will kneel and ask forgiveness of God, the king, and justice, for the said crimes by them committed... therafter, they will be led by the said executioner to the scaffold that will be erected in the public square of the 'haute ville'... there will be a cross of St-Andre on which Jacques Bertault will be laid to receive a swift blow on the right arm and then strangled... after his death, another blow will be struck on his left arm and a blow on each of his thighs... the said Gillette Banné will be hanged and strangled on a scaffold which will be erected at the said place and the said Isabelle Bertault will witness the said executions with a rope tied around her neck as previously stated... after the executions, the body of the said Jacques Bertault will be placed on a wheel at Cap-aux-Diamants, to remain and serve as an example... we further condemn the said Bertault, his wife and his daughter, to a one hundred livres fine payable to the seigneurs of this region and to the court costs... the remainder of their property will remain secured and confiscated, and distributed to whomever it should belong. Bertault and his wife appealed their sentences to the Sovereign Council. On 9 June 1672, the Council upheld the verdict of the lower court and only modified the judgment as to the fine. Bertault and his wife were fined 60 livres to be divided thus: one half to the Recollet Fathers to pray God for the repose of the soul of Julien Latouche and to court costs; the other half and the surplus of their estate to Nicolas and Marie-Jeanne Bertault, the minor children of Jacques Bertault and Gillette Banné. The cost of the trial came up to about 139 livres. This included the salaries of the judges, fiscal procurer, scribe, bailiffs, executioner and 15 livres for the nourishment of the three prisoners for over a month. At four o clock in the afternoon of 9 Jun 1672, Jacques Bertault and Gillette Banné were executed. Jacques Bertault had been condemned to the punishment of the wheel. This punishment is of German origin and dates back in France to 1534, when it was introduced by an edict of Francois I. It was reserved for particularly serious crimes such as murders, poisonings, nightime thefts in homes when violence occured, and highway robbery. For this procedure, a scaffold was erected in the town square. A cross of St-Andre was constructed of wood with two joists secured in the center where they join, forming an X-shaped cross. Grooves had been carved into the wood to admit the thighs, the legs, and the upper and lower arms of the convicted. The criminal was secured at each joint onto the cross. His head was laid on a stone and turned towards the heavens. The first phase of the punishment was a beating to break the extremities. The executioner armed himself with a metal pipe and would strike an arm and a leg two times each. Then striding the body, he would break the two remaining extremities with two blows each. Lastly, he would give three blows on the chest. The second phase of the punishment was exposure on the wheel. The criminal's body was carried to a small carriage wheel which had been prepared by removing the hub. The executioner, after having bent the criminal s thighs underneath, in

29 such a fashion that the heels would touch the back of his head, tied him to the rim of the wheel. The condemned remained exposed in this fashion for a specified amount of time. There was often a proviso that the condemned would be strangled as soon as he was placed on the wheel. To this end, a winch was affixed at the top of the scaffold from which a rope ran down, circled around the victim's neck, and ran up again to the winch. With the help of levers the rope rolled around the winch, tightened and strangled the victim. Jacques Bertault was fortunate that he was sentenced to be hanged first so as a result the torture was purely symbolic. Isabelle had to watch this medieval brutality as part of her punishment. She cried and she sobbed. Her father was gone and now she must bid a last farewell to her mother. Isabelle cried out one final plea, Maman, maman, do you have to leave me... what will I do... I need you... Maman, maman. [25] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Marie Joseph Jean Jean Rene: L224 / L225: MARTIN GERVAIS : PERRETTE ANCILLON BORN: ca 1625 St-Vincent de Nieul-sur-l Autise, Poitou : ca 1627 St-Vincent de Nieul-sur-l Autise MARRIED: ca [5, 20] St-Vincent de Nieul-sur-l Autise, Poitou, France Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Marie Joseph Jean Jean Marie: L226 / L227: PIERRE JOUSSELOT : OZANNE DRAPEAU BORN: ca 1623 St-Pierre du Langon, Poitou [5, 9, 20] [5, 9, 20] : ca 1625 St-Pierre du Langon, Poitou DIED: 23 May 1678 Quebec City, Quebec [5] : 10 Nov 1669 St-Pierre du Langon, Poitou [5] MARRIED: ca St-Pierre du Langon, Fontenay-le-Comte, Poitou, France MEMOIRS: Pierre and his family travelled to Canada in [21] Pierre and Ozanne s offspring birth/ marriage/death details (all at Quebec City unless otherwise noted) follow in the order of their birth: Jeanne (ca 1649 St-Pierre du Langon / Jacques Masson 25 Nov 1670 / 7 Jul 1709), Marie (k113), Renée (ca 1653 St-Pierre du Langon / Jean Senele 29 Jan 1674 / 5 Nov 1720), Pierre (ca 1656 St-Pierre du Langon), Marie-Anne (ca 1660 St-Pierre du Langon / Joseph Galois 9 Feb 1677 / 2 nd marriage, Toussaint Dubeau 23 May 1678 / 3 rd marriage, Andre Duval 27 Jul 1698 / 4 th marriage, Jean Maranda 13 Jun 1712 / 5 th [5, 9, 21, 22] marriage, Claude Dubreuil 11 Oct 1725 Charlesbourg / died 14 Jan 1743 Charlesbourg). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Marie Joseph Jean Anne Pierre: L228 / L229: ROBERT LEFEBVRE : JEANNE AUTIN FATHER: Pierre Lefebvre : MOTHER: Jeanne Cutiloup : BORN: ca 1611 Ste-Trinite, Bois-Guillaume [5, 9, 20, 29] : ca 1613 [5, 9, 20, 29] Ste-Trinite, Bois-Guillaume MARRIED: 28 Oct [5, 9, 13, 29] Ste-Trinite, Bois-Guillaume, Rouen, Normandy, France MEMOIRS: Robert and Jeanne s offspring data (at Ste-Trinite, Bois-Guillaume): Marie (16 Sep 1637), Laurent (24 Feb 1639), Robert (24 Dec 1640 / Marguerite Gagne 4 Sep 1673 Laprairie / 14 Apr 1694 Laprairie), Pierre (k114). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Marie Joseph Jean Anne Marguerite: L230 / L231: PIERRE GAGNÉ : MARGUERITE ROUZEE FATHER: Louis Gagné : Jean Rouzee MOTHER: Marie-Marguerite Launay : Catherine Barbier BORN: 21 Jan 1610 St-Martin-d Ige, Sees, Perche [5, 9, 29] : 11 Nov 1615 St-Barthelemy, Jauze [5] DIED: 30 Apr 1656 Beaupre, Charlevoix, Quebec [5, 9, 13, 21, 29] : ca 1685 Montreal, Quebec MARRIED: 1 May St-Cosme-de-Vair, Sarthe, France MEMOIRS: Pierre and Marguerite travelled to Canada after the birth of Nicolas. [21] Marguerite and Pierre s offspring birth/marriage/death details (at St-Cosme-de-Vair) follow: Jacques (3 Mar 1640 / 14 Nov 1648), Louis (28 Jan 1643 / became Seigneur of Cap-St-Ignace / Louise Picard dit Destroismaisons 4 Oct 1673 Beaupre, Charlevoix / 24 Jun 1698 Quebec City), Pierre (24 Feb 1645 / Catherine Daubigeon 19 Nov 1670 Laprairie / 26 Mar 1726 Laprairie), Nicolas (29 Jan 1651 / Elisabeth Charland 21 Nov 1707 Montmagny / 8 Sep 1687 Laprairie), Marguerite (k115). Marguerite Rouzee next wed Guillaume Etienne on 17 Jun 1657 at Notre Dame Cathedral, Montreal. [5, 9, 29] [5, 9, 22, 29]

30 Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Marie Joseph Therese Pierre Jean: L232 / L233: MARTIN SENECAL : JEANNE LAPPERT BORN: ca 1617 St-Martin de Paluel, Dieppe [5, 9, 29] : ca 1619 St-Martin de Paluel, Dieppe, Rouen MARRIED: ca [5, 9, 29] St-Martin de Paluel, Dieppe, Rouen, Normandy, France MEMOIRS: [5, 29] Martin Senecal worked as a master shoemaker or cobbler as the trade was then known. Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Marie Joseph Therese Pierre Marguerite: L234 / L235: PIERRE DESENNE : MARGUERITE LEGER BORN: ca 1620 Notre Dame du Chemin, Orleans [5, 9, 29] : ca 1622 Notre Dame du Chemin, Orleans [5, 9, 20, 29] MARRIED: ca Notre Dame du Chemin, d Orleans, Orleanais, France MEMOIRS: Pierre was a pewtersmith by trade. [5, 26] Pierre Desenne is also found at code number (m822). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Marie Etienne Etienne Etienne: L240 / L241: BENOIT BISAILLON : FRANCOISE-LOUISE du BLAISE BORN: ca 1630 St-Jean d Aubrigoux, Clermont [5, 9, 20, 29] [5, 9, 20, 29] : ca 1632 St-Jean d Aubrigoux, Clermont MARRIED: ca [5, 9, 20, 29] St-Jean d Aubrigoux, Clermont, Auvergne, France MEMOIRS: Etienne s sibling birth/marriage/death data (at St-Jean d Aubrigoux, Clermont, Auvergne, France) includes: Benoit (ca 1656 / Catherine Gagne 30 Sep 1692 Notre-Dame-de-la-Madeleine, Laprairie / 2 nd marriage, Marie- Charlotte Lecours-k433, 30 Sep 1699 Notre Dame, Montreal / drowned, 14 Jun 1700 Ile-St-Therese, Varennes, Quebec), Etienne (k120), Michel (ca 1660 / became a fur trader / Marie-Marguerite Fafard dit Delorme 30 Jun 1710 Ste-Anne s, Fort Pontchartrain, Detroit, Michigan / ca 1723), Pierre (ca 1662 / became a fur trader / Martha Combe ca 1727 Pennsylvania / 18 [5, 22, 29] Jul 1742 St-Johns, Pequea, Chester County, Pennsylvania). Benoit Bisaillon is also found at number (L868). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Marie Etienne Etienne Jeanne: L242 / L243: FRANCOIS ROINAY : PERRINE MEUNIER FATHER: Pierre Roinay : MOTHER: Julienne Lamarguese : BORN: 15 Jul 1628 Notre-Dame, Sable-sur-Sarthe [29] [5, 9, 20, 29] : ca 1629 Clisson, Nantes, Bretagne, Fr. DIED: 11 Jan 1688 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 9, 29] : 26 Mar 1694 [5, 9, 29] Laprairie, Quebec MARRIED: 17 Oct [5, 9, 20, 22, 29] Notre Dame Cathedral, Montreal, Quebec MEMOIRS: Perrine Meunier first wed Julien-Jean Daubigeon about 1648 at Clisson, Nantes, Bretagne. They arrived at Montreal on 16 Nov [5, 29] [5, 9, 29] Mr. Daubigeon died on 31 May 1655 at Montreal. He was killed in a skirmish with the Iroquois. [5] Vital statistics (at Montreal) for Perrine s children with Mr. Daubigeon: Anne (21 Jul 1649), Catherine (25 Nov 1653 / Pierre Gagne 19 Nov 1670 Laprairie / 13 May 1712 Laprairie), [5, 29] Claire (23 Feb 1656 / 13 Mar 1656). Francois Roinay s presence was noted at St-Nazaire, Bagot, Quebec on 30 Apr [29] Francois and Perrine s offspring birth/marriage/death data (at Laprairie): Barbe (4 Jan 1661 Montreal / Antoine Rousseau ca 1675 / 31 Mar 1736), Jeanne (k121). [5, 9, 29] Francois Roinay is also number (L870). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Marie Etienne Anne Francois: L244 / L245: FRANCOIS LEBERT : JEANNE TESTARD FATHER: Robert Lebert : Jean Testard MOTHER: Colette Cavelier : Anne Godefroy BORN: ca 1630 Notre-Dame, Pitres, Rouen [5, 9, 26, 29] : ca 1639 [5, 26, 29] St-Vincent, Rouen, Normandy DIED: 19 May 1694 La Nativite, Laprairie [5, 9, 26, 29] [5, 9, 26, 29] : 18 Jan 1723 La Nativite, Laprairie, PQ MARRIED: 2 Dec [5, 9, 20, 21, 26, 29] Notre-Dame Cathedral, Montreal, Quebec MEMOIRS: Francois first married Francoise Lefrancois about 1655 in France. Francois had a daughter with Ms. Lefrancois: Anne (born ca 1656 France / wed Antoine Laudeman 12 Jan 1672 Montreal). Francois Lebert next wed Marguerite Lesieur about Jeanne Testard arrived at New France in 1662 as a Filles a Marier. When Francois and Jeanne moved to Laprairie in 1668 they sold Maison St-Gabriel to Marguerite Bourgeoys and the Congregation de Notre-Dame. Francois and Jeanne s offspring birth/marriage/death details (at La

31 Nativite, Laprairie) follow: Joachim (10 Jun 1664 Montreal / Jeanne Cusson 28 Jan 1692 / 19 Nov 1696), Marie (6 Dec 1666 Montreal / Francois Bourassa 4 Jul 1684 / 23 Dec 1756), Jeanne (ca 1669 / Jean-Baptiste Tessier 21 Nov 1686 / 4 Dec 1687 Montreal), Jacques (20 Jul 1672 / 21 Jul 1672), Francois (k122), Claude (14 Sep 1675 / 15 Oct 1675). [5, 9, 26, 29] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Marie Etienne Anne Marie Anne: L246 / L247: JEAN MAGNAN dit Lesperance : MARIE MOITIE FATHER: Pierre Magnan dit Lesperance : Charles Moitie MOTHER: Denise Amiot : Nicole Alesse dit Chaise BORN: ca 1647 Dun-sur-Auron, St-Amand-Mont-Rond, Bourges [5, 9, 27] : ca 1649 [9, 27, 29] St-Sulpice, Paris DIED: ca 1699 Montreal, Quebec [5, 27, 29] [5, 9, 27, 29] : 30 Dec 1727 Montreal, PQ MARRIED: 19 Mar [5, 9, 20, 27, 29] Notre Dame Cathedral, Montreal, Quebec MEMOIRS: Jean Magnan arrived at Quebec in September 1665 as a Carignan soldier with the Dugue Company. [5, 27, 29] Marie Moitie was a Kings Daughter. [5, 18, 27] She came to Canada in 1671, bringing goods worth an estimated 300 livres for her dowry. Upon their marriage Marie was given the King s gift of 200 livres, one of only two Kings Daughters to benefit from such largesse. The customary gift was 50 livres for marrying a soldier and 100 livres for an officer. [27] Marie and Jean, a tailor by trade, first settled at [27, 29] Laprairie. In 1694, the family was living on the Place d Armes in Montreal. The house had a fireplace with two andirons and a spade that served as a fire shovel. On 17 Mar 1694, Adhemar drew up an inventory of Jean s estate which included three silver cups with his name engraved on the bottom. [27] Marie and Jean s offspring birth/marriage/death data (all Montreal): Madeleine (12 May 1673 / 27 Jun 1673), Louise (8 Oct 1675 / Jean-Baptiste Giguere 22 Jan 1704 / 16 Nov 1740), Marie-Anne (k123), Joseph (12 Nov 1679 / Marie Robert ca 1711 Pays-en-Haut, Quebec / 31 Dec 1719), Jean-Antoine (24 Sep 1682 / Marie-Louise Lecompte dit Dupre 19 Mar 1718 / 21 Jan 1733), Catherine (1 Oct 1684 / Leonard-Jean Hervieux 3 Feb 1705 / 3 Nov 1744), Marguerite (28 Apr 1686 / 31 Jul 1688), Pierre (29 Jul 1688 / 6 Apr 1703 Lachine). [5, 22, 27, 29] Marie Moitie next married Pierre Chesne dit St- [5, 9, 22, 27, 29] Onge on 9 Oct 1700 at Notre-Dame Cathedral, Montreal. Mr. Chesne was a tailor and had seven children from a previous marriage. Marie and Mr. Chesne lived in Montreal but produced no children. [27] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Marie Amable Joseph Joseph: L248 / L249: ANDRE ROBIDOUX dit l Espagnol : JEANNE DENOT FATHER: Emmanuel Robidoux : Antoine Denot dit Leduc MOTHER: Catherine Alve : Catherine Leduc BORN: ca 1642 Santa Maria, Galice, Burgos, Spain [5, 9, 27, 29] [5, 9, 27, 29] : ca 1651 St-Germain, l Auxerrois, Paris DIED: 1 Apr 1678 Montreal, Quebec [5, 9, 27, 29] : 21 Jan 1692 Laprairie, Quebec [5] MARRIED: 7 Jun [5, 9, 20, 22, 27, 29] Notre-Dame-de-Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec MEMOIRS: Jeanne Denot was a Kings Daughter. [5, 18, 27] She left for Canada in Andre was a sailor who came to Canada about 1666 in the service of Eustache Lambert. [27] In that year s census, Andre was listed as a sailor and one of six servants of Mr. Lambert, living at Lower Town, Quebec City. As of the 1667 census, Mr. Lambert had no servants listed. [21] Andre and Jeanne settled at Laprairie. [27] Andre and Jeanne s offspring birth/marriage/death details (at La Nativité-de-la-Prairie-de-la-Madeleine, Laprairie) follow in the order of their birth: Marie-Romaine (11 Jul 1669 Quebec City / Jean Roux 8 Nov 1683 / 1 Sep 1697), Marguerite (10 Nov 1671 / 15 Jan 1672), Jeanne (19 Sep 1673 / Gabriel Lemieux 5 Dec 1690 / 12 Apr 1736), Guillaume (28 Nov 1675 / Marie Guerin 11 Jun 1697 / 1 Jul 1754 Montreal), Joseph (k124). [5, 9, 27, 29] Jeanne Denot s second marriage was [5, 9, 18, 20, 27, 29] with Jacques Suprenant (k376) on 16 Aug 1678 at Laprairie. Mr. Suprenant was a Carignan [5, 9, 18, 27] soldier with Contrecoeur Company. They lived at Laprairie and had eight children whose statistics may be viewed at number (k376). [5, 27, 29] Jeanne Denot is also found at number (k377) via her second husband

32 After Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Marie Marie Joseph Jeanne: L250 / L251: FRANCOIS SEGUIN dit Laderoute : JEANNE PETIT FATHER: Laurent Seguin : Jean Petit MOTHER: Marie Massieur : Jeanne Goudreau BORN: 4 Jul 1644 St-Aubin-en-Bray, Beauvais [5, 9, 21, 27, 29] : 19 Jan 1656 St-Marguerite, Larochelle [5] DIED: 9 May 1704 Montreal, Quebec [5, 9, 21, 27, 29] : 29 Mar 1733 [5, 9, 21, 27, 29] Longueuil, Quebec MARRIED: 31 Oct [5, 9, 20, 21, 27, 29] Ste-Famille, Boucherville, Quebec MEMOIRS: Francois was a soldier in the Carignan Regiment. [5, 18] He enlisted with the Company of Captain Delamongue at Marsal, in Lorraine. In December 1664, the Regiment received orders from the ministry of war to go to Larochelle before embarking for Canada. Delamongue ceded his command on 7 Feb 1665, to his ensign Pierre de Saint-Ours, Sieur de L Echaillon. [21] Francois Seguin was a weaver and [27, 29] arrived in Canada with the St-Ours Company aboard the Saint-Sebastien on 12 Sep arriving at Quebec, Francois company spent the winter at Sorel, Quebec. [21] The name Seguin comes from sig win, which means victorious in combat. After the regiment was disbanded, Francois obtained land in the Saint-Ours seigneurie, then went to Montreal to become part of the garrison under his old captain. [27] About 1668, the governor asked captain Saint-Ours to raise troops for the garrison of Montreal. Francois and others left the fief of Saint-Ours and as stated above, went to the defense of Montreal. [21] After a couple of years he returned to his land at Saint-Ours. [27] Jeanne Petit was a Kings Daughter. [5, 18] She arrived as part of the contingent of 125 Kings Daughters who came to New France in On 14 Sep 1671, at Boucherville, Francois leased for two years a farm with a house and 50 arpents of land. He was required to cut and clear two arpents of land per year. On 22 Sep 1672, Francois bought a homestead from Pierre Chaperon consisting of two arpents in frontage by 25 deep, located in the seigneury of Boucherville. He sold it just four months later to Francois Senecal. On the same occasion, Francois acquired a lot of one square arpent in the village Boucherville with the barn which is found built there for the price of 85 livres. On 12 Oct 1672, Francois leased a farm at Boucherville for three years, promising to pay 20 minots of wheat each year. The lease was annulled the following year as the owner sold the property. Francois and Jeanne s wedding was only the seventh one celebrated at Boucherville. On 2 Jun 1675, Francois leased a four year old brown cow valued at sixyty livres. Francois had to feed the animal and pay its master 12 livres per year. On 10 Oct 1683, Francois leased a cow belonging to Denis Veronneau (k110). On 24 Nov 1698, Francois sold his concession to Jean-Baptiste Lamoureux. For his 50 arpents of land with a poor building built upon it, he received 850 livres. [21] After the death of her husband, Jeanne Petit went to live with her son, Francois, at Lachine. [27] Francois and Jeanne s offspring birth/marriage/death details (all at Boucherville) follow in the order of their birth: Francoise (1 Nov 1674 / Charles Patenaude 8 Feb 1694 Montreal / 20 May 1751 Longueuil), Madeleine (16 Aug 1676 / Antoine Sainte-Marie 20 Nov 1700 Longueuil / 2 nd marriage, Francois Achin dit Saint- Andre 7 Jan 1704 / 21 Dec 1749), Francois (3 Jul 1678 / Marie-Louise Feuillon 22 Feb 1702 / 9 Nov 1760 St-Louis, Terrebonne), Jeanne (k125), Pierre (24 Aug 1682 / Barbe Feuillon 4 Feb 1704 / 9 Nov 1760 St-Henri, Massouche, L Assomption), Simon (24 Sep 1684 / Marie Bau dit Lallouette 9 Nov 1706 / 2 nd marriage, Madeleine Coal, a native of Beverly, Massachusetts who became a prisoner of war 19 Oct 1698, they wed on 11 Nov 1715 / 27 Mar 1758), Catherine (19 Nov 1686 / 16 Jan 1688), Jean (j232), Genevieve (9 Apr 1691 / 16 Jul 1691), Joseph (10 Aug 1692 Pointe-aux- Trembles / 30 Aug 1692), Joseph 2 nd (13 Sep 1694 / Marie-Francoise Sauvage 12 Apr 1723 Sainte-Anne-de-Detroit, Fort [5, 9, 21, 22, 27, 29] Ponchartrain, Michigan / 29 Apr 1753 Ste-Anne-de-Detroit). Francois Seguin is also at number (k464). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Marie Marie Marie Claude: L252 / L253: ANDRE MESNY : ANTOINETTE VALENTIN MARRIED: ca St-Jean d Aubrigoux, Clermont, Auvergne, France [5]

33 Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Marie Marie Marie Marie: L254 / L255: BENARD DENIGER dit Sansoucy : MARGUERITE RAISIN BORN: ca 1639 Bordeaux, Guyenne, France [5, 27] [5, 20] : ca 1649 Champagne, France DIED: 15 Aug 1694 Laprairie, Quebec [5] [5, 27] : 25 Nov 1700 Laprairie, Quebec [5, 22] MARRIED: 22 Nov St-Joseph, Chambly, Quebec MEMOIRS: Marguerite was a Kings Daughter. [18] [5, 22, 27] Benard was a soldier in the Carignan Regiment. He arrived on 18 Jun 1665, with the Froment Company. Marguerite came to Canada in They settled at Chambly. On 14 Oct 1673, Benard received a land grant from Captain Jacques de Chambly. [27] Benard and Marguerite s offspring birth/marriage/death data (at Contrecoeur, Vercheres): Jean (3 Sep 1672 Chambly / Catherine Suprenant 4 Nov 1705 Laprairie / 10 Apr 1716), Marie (k127), Pierre (17 Oct 1677 Chambly / Catherine Tetu 4 Nov 1705 Laprairie / 16 Mar 1730), Madeleine-Marguerite (ca 1680 Sorel / 28 Jun 1720 Montreal), Jeanne (31 Jan 1682 / 2 Dec [5, 9, 22] 1730 Montreal), Rene (21 Apr 1684 / Jeanne-Madeleine Dion dit Lafleur on 20 May 1711 at Montreal / 18 Jan 1718). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Francois Marie Marguerite Noel: m364 / m365: GUILLAUME LANGLOIS : JEANNE MILLET FATHER: : Jacques Millet MOTHER: : Jeanne Vincent BORN: ca 1570 St-Leonard Parcs, Orne, France : ca 1572 St-Leonard Parcs, Orne, Normandy [5] DIED: 25 Jul 1634 St-Leonard Parcs, Orne, France [5] : 18 May 1629 [5, 24] St-Leonard Parcs, Orne MARRIED: ca [5, 9, 20] St-Leonard-des-Parcs, Orne, Normandy, France MEMOIRS: Guillaume and Jeanne s offspring birth/marriage/death details include the following in the order of their birth: Marguerite (m959), Francoise (n3303), Marie-Catherine (ca 1602 at France / arrived at Tadoussac, Quebec aboard the ship, Le Sallemande on 30 Aug 1620 with her two sisters but returned to France the next year / married Jean Juchereau 1 Jun 1621 St-Leonard Parcs / died 14 Jan 1661 at Quebec), Noel (L182), Jean (n1652). Guillaume Langlois is also found at number (n1396) (n1918) (n1996) (n4036) (o3304) (o3676) (o6606) and (o7534). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Francois Marie Marguerite Francoise: m366 / m367: GUILLAUME GARNIER : MICHELLE MARILLE MARRIED: ca St-Leonard-des-Parcs, Orne, Normandy, France [5] MEMOIRS: Guillaume Garnier may also be found in this history at numbers (n1398) (n1998) (n4038) (o3678). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Marie Charles Jeanne Robert: m372 / m373: ROBERT DROUIN : MARIE DUBOIS BORN: ca 1570 St-Barthelemy, Pin-la-Garenne, Perche [5, 25] : ca 1572 St-Barthelemy, Pin-la-Garenne DIED: 1 Jun 1617 St-Barthelemy, Pin-la-Garenne, Perche [5] : MARRIED: ca St-Barthelemy, Pin-la-Garenne, Mortagne, Perche France MEMOIRS: Robert s occupations included master brick maker, tile maker and farmer. [5] Robert and Marie s offspring birth/marriage/death details (all at St-Barthelemy, Pin-la-Garenne, Mortagne) follow in the order of their birth: Jean (29 May 1597), Michel (7 Feb 1599), Jacqueline (18 May 1601), Roberte (17 Jun 1602), Barthelemy (24 Aug 1603), Roze (4 Dec 1605), Robert (L186), Hilaire (23 Feb 1609), Marie (5 Dec 1611). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Marie Charles Jeanne Anne: m374 / m375: ZACHARIE CLOUTIER : XAINTES DUPONT FATHER: Denis Cloutier : Paul-Michel Dupont MOTHER: Renée Briere : Perrine de Mortagne BORN: 2 Feb 1589 St-Jean-de-Mortagne, Perche [5, 9, 24, 29] : ca 1596 [5, 9, 24] Feings, St-Jean-de-Mortagne DIED: 17 Sep 1677 Chateau Richer, Quebec [5, 9, 21, 25, 29] [5, 9, 21, 25, 29] : 13 Jul 1680 Chateau Richer, Quebec MARRIED: 18 Jul [5, 9, 20, 24, 25, 29] St-Jean-Baptiste Parish, Mortagne, Perche, France MEMOIRS: Xaintes Dupont was first married to Michel Lermusier on 26 Feb 1612 at St-Jean-de- Mortagne but was widowed soon after. Zacharie Coutier is included on the list of settlers that sailed on the [9, 24]

34 Saint Etienne with Samuel de Champlain and Henry de Montmorency, arriving at Tadoussac, Quebec on 7 [5, 24] Jul Most of this group did not stay in Quebec for long and Cloutier was no exception. On 2 Mar 1633, the notary Roussel wrote the following in the records of Mortagne, Zacharie Cloutier, carpenter and resident of Mortagne, Midsummer's Day parish, and Jacques Cloutier, his brother and rope-maker... Zacharie Cloutier being eldest son of Denis Cloutier... promises that the proceedings will be more pleasant and that he will help to ratify for the heirs of Renée Briere, their mother, claims against Jeanne Gaultier, Denis wife in second marriage. It seems that the two families were at odds over settling his father's estate, and Zacharie was asked to assume the role of peacemaker. According to Lebel, Giffard approached Zacharie and his friend, Jean-Francois Guyon (n2608) on 14 Mar 1634, with the offer to come to New France for three years and you will cut, clear and farm the lands and the woods of my seigneurie of Beauport. The indenture contract stipulated that Giffard would pay their passage plus food and lodging in Canada for each of the men and their families, for a period of three years, commencing the day they arrived in the colony. They were promised livestock and one thousand arpents of land. In addition they were given the right to hunt, to fish and to trade with the local people. The families left from Dieppe on a ship commanded by Captain De Ville. On 4 Jun 1634, Robert Giffard and his recruits from Perch, including 35 people from [21, 24] Mortagne, arrived at Quebec. Zacharie s fellow travellers included Noel Langlois (L182) and Robert Caron (n3772). [45] At that time, the colony consisted of about 100 people. [21, 24] The personal property and tools of the new colonists were placed in the old warehouse of the port. Families found lodging in the barracks erected near the shore. Then some scouts and finally the entire group left the Lower Town of Quebec City to venture to the small river of Notre-Dame de Beauport. As quickly as possible they needed to sow, to build a manor house and to get settled. [21] The first task for Zacharie and Guyon was to help in the construction of a manor house for Seignuer Giffard. It was a two story masonry dwelling, 32 feet long by 16 feet wide with 6 foot clearance under the beams, overlooking the St-Lawrence. This was understood to be the oldest house in Canada. It became known as Le Manior de Beauport and survived until 1879 when it was destroyed by fire. During the war with the English, it served as the headquarters for General Montcalm. In addition to construction their indenture contract called for a three year obligation to supervise the tilling of fields and to provide fire wood for Giffard and his family. Zacharie and Guyon were slow in complying, resulting in legal actions. It was discovered that their contract with Giffard contained a clerical error. Whereas the contract should have read 2,000 arpents in total for the two men, it was written as 2,000 arpents each instead. The two men refused to do anymore work for Giffard until he honoured the contract as written. On 18 Dec 1636, Giffard obtained a judgment against them concerning the work still owed to him. A later ruling drawn up by Jean de Lespinasse on 3 Feb 1637, reveals that Cloutier and Guyon finally took possession of their fiefs, 1,000 arpents each, promised to them by Giffard. Guyon s was named Buisson and Cloutier s was titled La Cloutierie. Zacharie s signature, seen in this act was the form of an axe, the mark of his trade of carpentry. In 1641, a map drawn up by engineer-surveyor Jean Bourdon, shows the layout of their lands from Kebec to Cap Tourmente, which included the territory from the river at Petit Pre to the river at Chiens, an area later known as Chateau-Richer. On 15 May 1642, Cloutier and five neighbours were granted some fields for three years in order to pasture their animals and harvest hay. In return they committed one work day a year to the community. [21] It wasn t until 1642, that Governor Montmagny rendered his decision in favour of seigneur Giffard and officially gave title to Cloutier and Guyon for just the 1,000 arpents each. On 29 May 1644, notary Tronquet recorded that Giffard, Sieur de Beauport visited the Buisson River in company with Jean Guyon, Zacharie Cloutier, Adrien Du Chesne, Jean Bourdon and Abraham Martin and that he gave them the land from this river up to the first point, running along the length of the Saint Lawrence River. In 1646, Giffard once again sued Guyon and Cloutier for refusing to render him faith and homage as required between a vassal and seigneur, and once again the Governor [21, 24] stepped in and ordered the men to comply. Knowing that he could fulfill his duty in the presence of a servant and knowing that Seigneur Giffard was absent, Guyon went to the seigneurial house of Beauport and at the main door and entrance... knocked and came upon Francois Boule, farmer of the said Seigneur of Beauport... person... having the duty of receiving the faith and homage of vassals... the said Guyon knelt on the ground, head bare, without sword nor esperon and said these words three times: Monsieur de Beauport, I pay you and bring you faith and homage which I am held to make to you. [21] Two weeks later Guyon and

35 Cloutier refused to present their inventory as required by all landowners in a seigneury, and the Governor [21, 24] once again reprimanded them. Their relationship with Giffard would remain strained for some time. Some of the first residents of Beauport worked on the construction of the parish church of Quebec and the governor s residence. Zacharie was involved from 1646 to An account book entry dated, 18 Apr 1648, reads, for the cart which he needed to haul the stone, wood, sand, lime, planks, etc... and all the carriages made by the sieurs Hubou, Jean-Francois Guyon and Zacharie Cloutier. [21] The Cloutier family now lived in the town of Quebec and Zacharie was described as a bourgeois seigneur working as a mastercarpenter. In addition to his fief, he had also purchased a lot in the lower town of Quebec, between those of Pascal Le Maistre and his life-long friend, Jean-Francois Guyon. In 1656, Zacharie obtained the lot number 2126 in Lower Town, Quebec City and two years later completed construction of his home. Zacharie and [21, 24] family lived in this house until 1665 when he sold it to Joseph Charest. This house, now known as the Zacharie s home at Lower Town, Quebec City. Known today as Maison Charest. Located at 38, Rue St-Pierre. [16] Maison Charest, was restored and named a provincial heritage site by the Ministry of Cultural Affairs in [16] On 19 Jan 1668, Xaintes and Zacharie held a family meeting, before the notary Filion, to settle matters regarding their estate and the following year placed all their affairs in the hands of their eldest son Pierre-Zacharie. On 20 Dec 1670, Zacharie sold his fief to his brother-in-law, Nicholas Dupont, and then [21, 24] moved the family to their land at Chateau-Richer, Quebec. The Drouin Collection indicates that by 1800, Zacharie Cloutier s descendants numbered nearly 11,000, the most of any Quebec colonist. Today, these descendants include: Celine Dion through his son, Charles; Madonna through his son, Jean; Camilla Parker-Bowles, through his son, Pierre-Zacharie. [8] Zacharie Cloutier is also the common ancestor of the following notables: Alanis Morissette, Angelina Jolie, Hillary Clinton and Shania Twain. [8, 10, 13, 16] In 1984, a monument was erected in Beauport to commemorate the 350 th anniversary of Cloutier s arrival in Canada. [16] Zacharie and Xaintes offspring birth/marriage/death data (at St-Jean, Mortagne): Pierre-Zacharie (m1306), Jean (L478), Xaintes (1 Nov 1622 / 19 Sep 1632), Anne (L187), Charles (3 May 1629 / became a carpenter / [5, 9, 20, 24, 25, 29] Louise Morin 20 Apr 1659 Quebec City / 5 Jun 1709 Chateau-Richer), Louise (L471). Zacharie Cloutier may also be found in this family history at the numbers (L800) (m942) (m956) (m1640) (n1966) (n2030) (n2612). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Hipolyte Genevieve Marie Marie Marie Louise Marie: m382 / m383: JEAN BOISDON dit Bourdon : MARIE BARDIN BORN: ca 1585 St-Rogatien, Larochelle, Aunis [5, 20] : ca 1587 St-Rogatien, Larochelle, Aunis, France MARRIED: ca St-Rogatien, Larochelle, Aunis, France MEMOIRS: Jean Boisdon dit Bourdon may also be found in this family history as code number (m674). [5, 20]

36 Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Toussaint Amable Francois Marie - Pierre Dominique: m424 / m425: JEAN GAREAU : MARIE DOUBLET BORN: ca 1600 Cognac, Saintes, Saintonge [5, 9, 20, 29] [5, 9, 20] : ca 1602 St-Leger, Cognac, Saintes, Saintonge DIED: : 23 May 1645 Larochelle, Aunis, France [5] MARRIED: 28 May Ste-Marguerite, Larochelle, Aunis, France [5] MEMOIRS: Jean Gareau was a master cooper by trade. [27, 29] Jean Gareau is also found at number (m1785). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Amable Francois - Marie Pierre Marie: m426 / m427: JEAN PINARD : MARGUERITE GAIGNEUR FATHER: Louis Pinard : Jean Gaigneur MOTHER: Gabrielle Mesnard : Guillemette Raynier BORN: ca 1593 Notre-Dame, Larochelle, Aunis, France [5, 25] [5, 25] : ca 1595 Notre-Dame, Larochelle, Aunis MARRIED: 21 Aug [5, 9, 21, 27, 29] Ste-Marguerite, Larochelle, Aunis, France [21, 27] MEMOIRS: Jean was a merchant-bourgeois living in the parish of Notre-Dame-de-Cogne, Larochelle. Jean and Marguerite s offspring birth/marriage/death details (all at Ste-Marguerite, Larochelle, Aunis, France) follow in the order of their birth: Marie (L213), Jean (ca 1622 / became a court bailiff / wed Marie Hassegon / died 3 Oct 1668 Notre-Dame-de-Cogne), Marguerite (ca 1624 / wed Louis Bodin 4 May 1641 / died 15 Aug 1679), Mathurin (ca 1626), Jacques (ca 1628), Catherine (ca 1630), Andre (ca 1632), Louis (12 Jul 1634 / became a surgeon and the first Pinard in Canada / Marie-Magdeleine Hertel 29 Oct 1658 Trois-Rivieres, Quebec / 2 nd marriage, Marie-Ursule Pepin 30 Nov 1680 Champlain / 12 Jan 1695 Batiscan, Quebec), Jeanne (ca 1636). [5, 9, 21, 25, 29] Jean Pinard is also at code number (m1786). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Amable Francois Marie Barbe Leonard: m428 / m429: LEONARD MONTREAU : JEANNE CANIN BORN: ca 1615 Maille, Poitiers, Poitou, Vienne [5, 9, 20] : ca 1617 Maille, Poitiers, Poitou, Vienne [9, 20] MARRIED: ca Maille, Poitiers, Poitou, Vienne, France Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Amable Francois Marie Barbe Marguerite: m430 / m431: JEAN LEVAIGNEUR : PERRETTE CAILLETOT BORN: ca 1615 St-Saens, Dieppe, Normandy [5, 9, 20] : ca 1617 St-Saens, Dieppe, Normandy [9, 20] MARRIED: ca St-Saens, Dieppe, Normandy, France Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Amable Marie Charles Mathurin - Mathurin: m432 / m433: MATHURIN LANGEVIN : FRANCOISE DISLÉ FATHER: : Jacques Dislé MOTHER: : Francoise Foureau MEMOIRS: Their biographies may be viewed at number (n252). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint - Amable - Marie Charles Marie - Antoine: m436 / m437: JEAN-GALLERAN MARTIN : ISABEL COTE BORN: ca 1563 St-Xiste de Montpellier, Languedoc : ca 1565 St-Xiste de Montpellier, Languedoc MARRIED: ca [5, 9, 20] St-Xiste de Montpellier, Languedoc, France MEMOIRS: Jean-Galleran and Isabel s offspring birth data: Abraham (m958), Galeran (ca 1595 St-Xiste, Montpellier), Anne (ca 1601 St-Xiste), Antoine (L218). Jean-Galleran Martin is also number (n1916) and (o7532). [5, 9, 20] [5, 9, 20]

37 Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Amable - Marie Charles Marie Denise: m438 / m439: CHARLES SEVESTRE : MARIE-MARGUERITE PICHON FATHER: Etienne-Charles Sevestre : MOTHER: Marguerite Petitpas : BORN: 20 Nov 1607 Paris, France : ca 1604 [5, 9, 29] St-Etienne-Dumont, Paris DIED: 9 Dec 1657 Quebec City, Quebec [5, 9, 29] : 3 May 1661 Quebec City, Quebec MARRIED: ca [5, 9, 20] St-Etienne-du-Mont, Paris, France MEMOIRS: Marie-Marguerite Pichon first wed Philippe Gauthier (m906) on 10 Jun 1618 at St-Etienne-du- Mont, Paris, France. Their children s vital statistics may be viewed at number (m906). Charles Sevestre was clerk of the warehouse of Quebec, private lieutenant of the senechausee and provost judge. [21] Charles and Marie-Marguerite made the journey to New France in 1636 and obtained a land grant at Québec from the [25, 26, 29] Company of 100 Associates in In 1645, Charles was a clerk at the warehouse of the settlers community. In 1649, he started the construction of the first church at Trois-Rivieres. Charles is mentioned as the first to hold the post of provost judge for the Lauzon Seigneurie. In 1651 and 1652, Charles was the church warden of the parish of Québec City. [25] Lebel indicates that Charles was a notable of Quebec and a Lieutenant of his jurisdiction of Quebec City. At Charles home on 25 Apr 1658, two sailors, Nicolas Gendron and Francois Heude were contracted by Charles son, Ignace and his friend, Jacques Maheu to make a voyage from Trois-Rivieres in a boat of Sieur Maheu and in case the said Sieurs Maheu and Sevestre want to make a journey to Tadoussac and other places coming back. The contract called for a payment of 30 livres per sailor per month. For a time Charles lived in a house on Rue Notre-Dame in the lower town of Quebec City. Charles bequeathed to his daughter, Catherine, a concession located between the Grande-Allee and the St-Lawrence River. [21] Charles and Marie-Marguerite s children birth/marriage/death data (at Quebec City) includes: Denise (L219), Marguerite (ca 1635 Paris / Etienne de Lessard 8 Apr 1652 / 26 Nov 1720 Ste-Anne-de- Beaupre), Ignace (12 Nov 1636 / 24 Jun 1661), Madeleine (2 Jan 1639 / Jacques Loyer de Latour 22 Oct 1653 / 7 Nov 1706), Jeanne (29 Dec 1641 / 5 Jan 1648), Catherine (25 Jul 1644 / Louis Rouer, Sieur de Villeray 19 Feb 1658 / 24 Jan 1670), Charles (20 Nov 1646 / 5 Apr 1661 Montreal). [5, 9, 22] Marie-Marguerite Pichon is also at the number (m907). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Amable Marie Marie Marguerite - Jacques: m444 / m445: THOMAS BERTAULT : CATHERINE COULONNE BORN: ca 1600 Les Essars, Poitou, France [5, 25] : ca 1602 Les Essars, Poitou, France [5, 9, 20] MARRIED: ca Les Essars, La Roche-sur-Yon, Poitou, France MEMOIRS: According to Gagné s research, Thomas Bertault s occupation was that of a merchant. Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Toussaint Amable Marie Marie Marguerite Gillette: m446 / m447: MARIN BANNÉ : ISABELLE BOIRE BORN: ca 1602 Argences, Caen, Normandy, France [5, 9, 29] : ca 1604 Argences, Caen, Normandy, France [5, 9, 29] MARRIED: ca Argences, Caen, Bayeux, Normandy, France MEMOIRS: Marin Banné may also be found in this family history at the code number (n3742). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie - Marie Joseph Jean Anne Pierre - Robert: m456 / m457: PIERRE LEFEBVRE : JEANNE CUTILOUP BORN: ca 1585 Sceaux, Ile-de-France [5, 9, 20] [5, 9, 20] : ca 1587 Sceaux, Ile-de-France [5, 9, 20] MARRIED: ca Sceaux, Paris, Ile-de-France, France MEMOIRS: Pierre and Jeanne s offspring include two children who are in this family history: Robert (L228), Pierre (m1082). Pierre Lefebvre also appears in this family history as number (n2164) and (o7612). [26, 29] [5, 25]

38 Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Joseph Jean - Anne Marguerite Pierre: m460 / m461: LOUIS GAGNÉ : MARIE-MARGUERITE LAUNAY FATHER: : Pierre Launay MOTHER: : Louise Geury BORN: 2 Sep 1574 St-Cosme-de-Vair, Sarthe, Perche : ca 1581 St-Martin de Ige, Perche, France DIED: 1 May 1656 St-Cosme-de-Vair, Sarthe, Perche : 9 Apr 1640 [5, 9, 21] St-Cosme-de-Vair, Sarthe MARRIED: 9 Apr St-Martin de Ige, Perche, Orne, France [9] [5, 21] MEMOIRS: Louis Gagné was a miller at Guemansais, France. Louis and Marie s offspring birth/ marriage/death details (all at St-Cosme-de-Vair) follow in the order of their birth: Noel (30 May 1605 / died that day), James (16 Jan 1607), Pierre (L230), Louis (L324). Louis Gagné next married Noella Chevalier on 9 Oct 1640 at St-Martin-du-Vieux-Belleme, France. [5] Louis Gagné may also be found at numbers (m648) (n3756). PICTURE LEFT: Memorial Chapel with the Gagne Plaque indicated by the circle at the right of the front door of the chapel - the chapel was built in 1878 with materials from the third church at Ste-Anne-de- Beaupre which stood from 1676 to 1876 PICTURE RIGHT: Plaque in honor of Pierre Gagne (L230) and Louis Gagne (L324) and their wives the plaque is located on the front of the Memorial Chapel at Ste-Anne-de-Beaupre the plaque reads: To the memory of Louis Gagne and Marie Michel, his wife and of Pierre Gagne and Marguerite Rouzee, his wife, who settled at Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre in the middle of the seventeenth century - the bottom frame translates to Historical Monuments Commission. Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie Joseph Jean Anne Marguerite Marguerite: m462 / m463: JEAN ROUZEE : CATHERINE BARBIER BORN: ca 1587 St-Jacques de Jauze, Mans, Maine [5, 9, 29] [5, 9, 29] : ca 1589 St-Jacques de Jauze, Mans, Maine MARRIED: ca [5, 9, 20, 29] St-Jacques de Jauze, Mans, Maine, France MEMOIRS: Jean and Catherine s offspring birth details (all at St-Cosme-de-Vair, Sarthe, France) follows in the order of their birth: Jean (19 May 1613), Catherine (11 Nov 1615), Marguerite (L231), Julien (9 Feb 1618). Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie - Marie Etienne - Etienne - Jeanne Francois: m484 / m485: PIERRE ROINAY : JULIENNE LAMARGUESE BORN: ca 1605 Notre-Dame de Sable-sur-Sarthe [5, 20, 29] : ca 1607 Notre-Dame de Sable-sur-Sarthe MARRIED: ca [5, 20, 29] Notre-Dame de Sable-sur-Sarthe, Maine, France MEMOIRS: A Family Search of all sources for their birth and marriage records in the years 1595 to 1635, provided no further information. [9] Pierre Roinay may also be found in this history at the number (m1740). [5, 20, 29] Mary Jeanne Omer Philippe Louise Marie Marie - Marie Etienne - Anne Francois Francois: m488 / m489: ROBERT LEBERT : COLETTE CAVELIER BORN: ca 1603 Notre-Dame de Pitres, Normandy [5, 9, 29] [5, 9, 29] : ca 1605 Notre-Dame de Pitres, Normandy MARRIED: ca [5, 9, 20, 29] Notre-Dame de Pitres, Les Andelys, Eure, Normandy, France MEMOIRS: Francois sibling data (at Notre-Dame de Pitres) includes: Jacques (ca 1630 / Jeanne Lemoyne 7 Jan 1658 Montreal / 25 Nov 1706 Notre Dame, Montreal), Francois (L244), [9, 22, 29] Marie (ca 1639 / 2 Oct 1714 Quebec City)

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