Marie-Josephte Tremblay1

F, b. 24 September 1751
FatherAmbroise Tremblay2,3,1,4,5 b. circa 1712, d. Feb 1767
MotherMarguerite Simard2,3,1,4,5 b. 21 Mar 1726, d. 9 May 1771
ChartsDescendants of Mathurin Brunet
BirthMarie-Josephte Tremblay was born on 24 September 1751 at Grosse Pointe, Wayne County, Michigan.2
Birth*She was born on 24 September 1751 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.3
BaptismShe was baptized on 24 September 1751 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.1
Marriage*She married first, Jean Baptiste Baudin, son of Benedict Baudin and Marie Girard, on 23 November 1767 at Ste Anne de Detroit Church, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.6,7,8,9
Widowed*Marie-Josephte Tremblay was widowed at age 19 by the death of her husband, Jean-Baptiste Baudin in November 1770.2,3,1,10
Marriage*Josette Tremblay married second, Isidore Morin, son of Pierre Morin and Marie Picard, on 13 January 1772 at Ste Anne de Detroit Church, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.11,12
MarriageAnother source says Marie-Josephte Tremblay married Isidore Morin, son of Pierre Morin and Marie Picard, on 14 January 1772 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.13,1
Widowed*Marie-Josephte Tremblay was widowed by the death of her husband, Isidore Morin before 21 February 1791.14,15
Marriage*Marie Josephte Tramblay married third, Nicolas Patnaude, son of Joseph Patenaude and Marguerite Achin, on 21 February 1791 at Ste Anne de Detroit Church, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.16,17,18

Family 1

Jean-Baptiste Baudin b. 1 Nov 1738, d. Nov 1770
Child

Family 2

Isidore Morin d. before 21 Feb 1791
Marie-Josephte and Isidore Morin had five children (see French Families).19

Family 3

Nicolas Patenotre b. 21 Jun 1740
Child

Citations

  1. [S268] James P LaLone, "Tremblay Family Part IV", page 83.
  2. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 51.
  3. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 876, 940, 1180.
  4. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 21; marriage of Jean Baptiste Baudin and Josette Tremblay.
  5. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 24; marriage of Isidore Morin and Josette Tremblay.
  6. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 51, married 23 Nov 1767 Detroit.
  7. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 876, 940, 1180, married 23 Nov 1767 Detroit.
  8. [S268] James P LaLone, "Tremblay Family Part IV", page 83; married 23 Nov 1767 Detroit.
  9. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 21; marriage of Jean Baptiste Baudin and Josette Tremblay; married 23 Nov 1767 Ste Anne Church.
  10. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 24; marriage of Isidore Morin and Josette Tremblay; widow of Jean Baptiste Beaudin dit Benoist.
  11. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 876, married 13 Jan 1772 Detroit.
  12. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 24; marriage of Isidore Morin and Josette Tremblay; married 13 Jan 1772 Ste Anne Church.
  13. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 1180.
  14. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 940, 1180 says b 1791.
  15. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 38; marriage of Nicolas Patnaude and Marie Josephte Tramblay; widow of Isidore Marain.
  16. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 940, 1180, married 21 Feb 1791 Detroit.
  17. [S268] James P LaLone, "Tremblay Family Part IV", page 83; married 21 Feb 1791 Detroit.
  18. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 38; marriage of Nicolas Patnaude and Marie Josephte Tramblay; married 21 Feb 1791 Ste Anne Church.
  19. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 876, 877.
  20. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 941.

Marie Josephe David1

F, b. 1698?, d. February 1793
FatherJoseph David2
MotherMary Morneau2
Birth*Marie Josephe David was born in 1698? French Families 1701-1911 shows the birth as 1698. There is no birth date in the revised edition French Families 1701-1936. I have doubts that 1698 can be correct with her first child born 1740 and the last child born 1756 (she would be age 58).3
Marriage*She married François Gatignon dit Duchesne, son of Leonard Gastinon dit Duchêne and Magdelene Arcouet dit Lajeunesse, on 29 June 1739 at Ste Anne de Detroit Catholic Church, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.4,1
Death*Marie Josephe David died in February 1793 (date based on burial.)
Burial*She was buried on 1 March 1793 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.2

Family

François Gatignon dit Duchesne b. 12 Oct 1700, d. Jul 1780
Marie Josephe and François Gatignon dit Duchesne had nine children born at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, (see French Families).16
Children

Citations

  1. [S2932] Gail Moreau-DesHarnais, "Ste Anne Burials 1776-1787", page 19; burial of Francois Duchesne; married 29 Jun 1739, ste Anne de Detroit; cites PRDH #34493; Kelley, ed., 5.
  2. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 421.
  3. [S41] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1911, vol 1, page 385.
  4. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 421, married 29 Jun 1739 Detroit.
  5. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 421, 466, 494.
  6. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 1033.
  7. [S914] Drouin's Dicitonnaire National, page 1137.
  8. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 13; marriage of Julien Freton and Marie Joseph Gatignon.
  9. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 21; marriage of Alexandre Eler and Josette Gatignon.
  10. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 325, 422.
  11. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 16; marriage of Jean Baptiste Crequi and Magdelaine Gatignon.
  12. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 422.
  13. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 16; marriage of Nicolas Pattenotte and Catherine Gatignon.
  14. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 422, 553, 635.
  15. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 25; marriage of Pierre Gatignon and Josette La Selle.
  16. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 421, 422.

François Gatignon dit Duchesne1,2,3,4,5

M, b. 12 October 1700, d. July 1780
FatherLeonard Gastinon dit Duchêne b. 1667, d. Oct 1708
MotherMagdelene Arcouet dit Lajeunesse b. 1676
Birth*François Gatignon dit Duchesne was born on 12 October 1700 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.6,5
Marriage*He married Marie Josephe David, daughter of Joseph David and Mary Morneau, on 29 June 1739 at Ste Anne de Detroit Catholic Church, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.7,8
Death*François Gatignon dit Duchesne died in July 1780 at age 79 (date based on burial.)
Death-note His burial record states he was age 104 years and a few days. However, he was actually born 12 Oct 1700 and was only age 79 at death.9
Burial*He was buried on 28 July 1780 in the cemetery at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.10,11

Family

Marie Josephe David b. 1698?, d. Feb 1793
François and Marie Josephe David had nine children born at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, (see French Families).19
Children

Citations

  1. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 21; marriage of Alexandre Eler and Josette Gatignon.
  2. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 16; marriage of Jean Baptiste Crequi and Magdelaine Gatignon.
  3. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 16; marriage of Nicolas Pattenotte and Catherine Gatignon.
  4. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 25; marriage of Pierre Gatignon and Josette La Selle.
  5. [S2932] Gail Moreau-DesHarnais, "Ste Anne Burials 1776-1787", page 19; burial of Francois Duchesne; cites Jetté, 471; PRDH #42263.
  6. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 421.
  7. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 421, married 29 Jun 1739 Detroit.
  8. [S2932] Gail Moreau-DesHarnais, "Ste Anne Burials 1776-1787", page 19; burial of Francois Duchesne; married 29 Jun 1739, ste Anne de Detroit; cites PRDH #34493; Kelley, ed., 5.
  9. [S2932] Gail Moreau-DesHarnais, "Ste Anne Burials 1776-1787", page 19; burial of Francois Duchesne.
  10. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 421, buried 28 Jul 1780 Detroit.
  11. [S2932] Gail Moreau-DesHarnais, "Ste Anne Burials 1776-1787", page 19; burial of Francois Duchesne; buried 28 Jul 1780 in cemetery.
  12. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 421, 466, 494.
  13. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 1033.
  14. [S914] Drouin's Dicitonnaire National, page 1137.
  15. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 13; marriage of Julien Freton and Marie Joseph Gatignon.
  16. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 325, 422.
  17. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 422.
  18. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 422, 553, 635.
  19. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 421, 422.

Jean-Baptiste Baudin1

M, b. 1 November 1738, d. November 1770
FatherBenedict Baudin2,3,1,4
MotherMarie Girard2,3,1,4
BaptismJean-Baptiste Baudin was baptized on 1 November 1738 at Trois-Rivières, Quebec Province, Canada.1
Birth*He was born on 1 November 1738 at Three Rivers, Quebec Province, Canada.3,2
Marriage*He married Josette Tremblay, daughter of Ambroise Tremblay and Marguerite Simard, on 23 November 1767 at Ste Anne de Detroit Church, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.5,6,7,8
Death*Jean-Baptiste Baudin died in November 1770 (date based on burial.)
Burial*He was buried on 23 November 1770 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.2,3,1

Family

Marie-Josephte Tremblay b. 24 Sep 1751
Child

Citations

  1. [S268] James P LaLone, "Tremblay Family Part IV", page 83.
  2. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 51.
  3. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 1180.
  4. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 21; marriage of Jean Baptiste Baudin and Josette Tremblay.
  5. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 51, married 23 Nov 1767 Detroit.
  6. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 876, 940, 1180, married 23 Nov 1767 Detroit.
  7. [S268] James P LaLone, "Tremblay Family Part IV", page 83; married 23 Nov 1767 Detroit.
  8. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 21; marriage of Jean Baptiste Baudin and Josette Tremblay; married 23 Nov 1767 Ste Anne Church.

Isidore Morin1,2,3

M, d. before 21 February 1791
FatherPierre Morin4,2 b. 1729, d. Aug 1786
MotherMarie Picard4,2
Birth*Isidore Morin was born at Saint Pierre parish, Rivière-du-Sud, Quebec Province, Canada.4
Marriage*He married Josette Tremblay, daughter of Ambroise Tremblay and Marguerite Simard, on 13 January 1772 at Ste Anne de Detroit Church, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.5,6
MarriageAnother source says Isidore Morin married Marie-Josephte Tremblay, daughter of Ambroise Tremblay and Marguerite Simard, on 14 January 1772 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.7,2
Death*Isidore Morin died before 21 February 1791 (died before wife remarried 21 Feb 1791.)8

Family

Marie-Josephte Tremblay b. 24 Sep 1751
Isidore and Marie-Josephte Tremblay had five children (see French Families).9

Citations

  1. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 876, 940, 1180.
  2. [S268] James P LaLone, "Tremblay Family Part IV", page 83.
  3. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 24; marriage of Isidore Morin and Josette Tremblay.
  4. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 876, 1180.
  5. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 876, married 13 Jan 1772 Detroit.
  6. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 24; marriage of Isidore Morin and Josette Tremblay; married 13 Jan 1772 Ste Anne Church.
  7. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 1180.
  8. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 876 says b 1791, 1180 says b 1791.
  9. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 876, 877.

Pierre-Joseph Rose1

M, b. 27 February 1718
FatherCharles Rose2,1 b. 12 Oct 1679, d. Jul 1745
MotherMarie Patenotre2,1 b. 7 Apr 1686, d. Nov 1737
ChartsDescendants of Mathurin Brunet
BaptismPierre-Joseph Rose was baptized on 27 February 1718 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.1
Birth*He was born on 27 February 1718 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.2,1
Marriage*He married first, Mary Elisabeth Crevier on 14 November 1740 at Sault au Recollet, Quebec Province, Canada.2
Widowed*Pierre-Joseph Rose was widowed by the death of his wife, Mary in February 1748.2
Marriage*Pierre-Joseph Rose married second, Mary Jane Rousseau dit Lajoie on 5 May 1749 at Pointe aux Trembles of Montreal, Quebec Province, Canada.2

Family 1

Mary Elisabeth Crevier b. 7 Oct 1715, d. Feb 1748
Pierre-Joseph and Mary Elisabeth Crevier had one son (see French Families).2

Family 2

Mary Jane Rousseau dit Lajoie b. 28 Oct 1709

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 1007.
  2. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 1099.

Madeleine L'Heureux1,2

F
ChartsAncestors of Patt (VanLerberg) Ricketts
Marriage*Madeleine L'Heureux married Jean Chevalier.3,1,4,5

Family

Jean Chevalier d. before 10 Jul 1670
Child

Citations

  1. [S46] Reginald L Olivier, Ancient Canadian Family Ties, page 62.
  2. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 74.
  3. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283.
  4. [S164] Roland J Auger, "Chevalier-Bourassa", page 64.
  5. [S284] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol I, page 126.
  6. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246.
  7. [S696] Marriage records, Marriages of Notre Dame de Montreal, page 157.

Jean Chevalier1,2,3,4,5

M, d. before 10 July 1670
ChartsAncestors of Patt (VanLerberg) Ricketts
Marriage*Jean Chevalier married Madeleine L'Heureux.6,1,2,3
Death*Jean Chevalier died before 10 July 1670 (before his son Jean-Baptiste's marriage.)7

Family

Madeleine L'Heureux
Child

Citations

  1. [S46] Reginald L Olivier, Ancient Canadian Family Ties, page 62.
  2. [S164] Roland J Auger, "Chevalier-Bourassa", page 64.
  3. [S284] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol I, page 126.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246.
  5. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 74.
  6. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283.
  7. [S696] Marriage records, Marriages of Notre Dame de Montreal, page 157.

Joseph Chevalier1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11

M, b. 1644, d. 26 May 1721
FatherJean Chevalier12,3,5,6,13,9,14 d. before 10 Jul 1670
MotherMadeleine L'Heureux12,3,5,6,13,9,14
ChartsAncestors of Patt (VanLerberg) Ricketts
Ancestors of Patt (VanLerberg) Ricketts (paged)
BaptismJoseph Chevalier was baptized in 1644.6,7
Birth*He was born in 1644 at Saint-Jacqeus Parish, Dieppe, Normandy Province, France.15,16,17
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Joseph and Françoise Marthe Barton was signed sous seing privé (in private agreement) on 6 October 1670 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada, in a contract drawn up by Father Gilles Perrot. Neither Joseph nor Françoise could sign. The witnesses were François Goubilleau, Madeleine-Thérèse Salé, Catherine Fourrier and Madeleine Chrétien.13,18
Marriage*Joseph Chevalier married Françoise Marthe Barton, daughter of Jacques Barton Seigneur de Montaiguillon et de Villenaux and Renée Pitre, on 7 October 1670 at Notre Dame de Montreal, Quebec Province, Canada.19,20,3,5,21,7,22,9,10
Death*Joseph Chevalier died on 26 May 1721 at Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal, Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada, at age 86.23,24
Burial*He was buried on 26 May 1721 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.12,7,13,14

Family

Françoise Marthe Barton b. 1653, d. 13 Aug 1699
Children

Citations

  1. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283, 696.
  2. [S45] Joy Courteau Reisinger and Elmer Courteau, King's Daughters, page 128.
  3. [S46] Reginald L Olivier, Ancient Canadian Family Ties, page 62.
  4. [S48] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 9, page 205.
  5. [S164] Roland J Auger, "Chevalier-Bourassa", page 64.
  6. [S284] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol I, page 126.
  7. [S286] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol 3, page 55.
  8. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 247, 293, 435, 598, 664, 684, 731, 934.
  9. [S696] Marriage records, Marriages of Notre Dame de Montreal, page 157.
  10. [S2299] SFRSC, Chantilly, Virginia, La Société des Filles du roi et soldats du Carignan, Inc. (online http://www.fillesduroi.org), Alphabetical Listing of the Filles du roi.
  11. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 73.
  12. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283.
  13. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246.
  14. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 74.
  15. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283, b 1644 Dieppe Normandy, France.
  16. [S46] Reginald L Olivier, Ancient Canadian Family Ties, page 62; born 1644.
  17. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 74; born about 1644 parish of Saint-Jacques in Dieppe, Normandy.
  18. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 73, 74.
  19. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283 says Montreal.
  20. [S45] Joy Courteau Reisinger and Elmer Courteau, King's Daughters, page 128 shows Montreal.
  21. [S284] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol I, page 126 says Montreal.
  22. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246 says Montreal.
  23. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246; d Hôtel-Dieu et s 26-05-1721 Montréal (86 ans).
  24. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 74; died 26 May 1721 at Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal.
  25. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 598.
  26. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 247.
  27. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 664.
  28. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 684.
  29. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 435.
  30. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 731.
  31. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 934.
  32. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 293.

Françoise Marthe Barton1,2,3

F, b. 1653, d. 13 August 1699
FatherJacques Barton Seigneur de Montaiguillon et de Villenaux4,5,6,2,7,8 d. before 1670
MotherRenée Pitre4,5,6,9,2,7,8 d. Aug 1699
ChartsAncestors of Patt (VanLerberg) Ricketts
Ancestors of Patt (VanLerberg) Ricketts (paged)
Birth*Françoise Marthe Barton was born in 1653 at Saint Michael Parish, Poitiers District, Poitiers Bishopric, Poitou Province, (Vienne Department), France.10,11,12,13
BaptismShe was baptized in 1653.2,14
Kings Dau*She was a "fille du roi" (daughter of the king.)5,8
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Françoise Marthe and Joseph Chevalier was signed sous seing privé (in private agreement) on 6 October 1670 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada, in a contract drawn up by Father Gilles Perrot. Neither Joseph nor Françoise could sign. The witnesses were François Goubilleau, Madeleine-Thérèse Salé, Catherine Fourrier and Madeleine Chrétien.15,16
Marriage*Françoise Marthe Barton married Joseph Chevalier, son of Jean Chevalier and Madeleine L'Heureux, on 7 October 1670 at Notre Dame de Montreal, Quebec Province, Canada.17,18,6,9,19,14,20,7,21
Death*Françoise Marthe Barton died on 13 August 1699 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada, at age 50 years (calculates to a birth in 1649). She was possible the victi of an unidentified epidemic that struck the colony that year.5,15,22
Burial*She was buried on 13 August 1699 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.4,6,14,15,22

Family

Joseph Chevalier b. 1644, d. 26 May 1721
Children

Citations

  1. [S48] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 9, page 205.
  2. [S284] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol I, page 126.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 247, 435, 598, 664, 684, 731, 934.
  4. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283.
  5. [S45] Joy Courteau Reisinger and Elmer Courteau, King's Daughters, page 128.
  6. [S46] Reginald L Olivier, Ancient Canadian Family Ties, page 62.
  7. [S696] Marriage records, Marriages of Notre Dame de Montreal, page 157.
  8. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 73.
  9. [S164] Roland J Auger, "Chevalier-Bourassa", page 64.
  10. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283, b 1653 parish of St Michael diocese of Poiters, France.
  11. [S46] Reginald L Olivier, Ancient Canadian Family Ties, page 62; b 1653.
  12. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246; de St-Michel, v., ar. et év. Poitiers, Poitou (Vienne).
  13. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 73; born abt 1653 parish of Saint-Michel in Poitiers, Poitou.
  14. [S286] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol 3, page 55.
  15. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246.
  16. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 73, 74.
  17. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283 says Montreal.
  18. [S45] Joy Courteau Reisinger and Elmer Courteau, King's Daughters, page 128 shows Montreal.
  19. [S284] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol I, page 126 says Montreal.
  20. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246 says Montreal.
  21. [S2299] SFRSC, Chantilly, Virginia, La Société des Filles du roi et soldats du Carignan, Inc. (online http://www.fillesduroi.org), Alphabetical Listing of the Filles du roi.
  22. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 74.
  23. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 598.
  24. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 247.
  25. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283, 696.
  26. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 664.
  27. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 684.
  28. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 435.
  29. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 731.
  30. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 934.
  31. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 293.

Renée Pitre1,2,3,4

F, d. August 1699
ChartsAncestors of Patt (VanLerberg) Ricketts
Marriage*Renée Pitre married first, Jean Valon.5,6
Widowed*Renée Pitre was widowed by the death of her husband, Jean Valon before 28 June 1647.5,6
Marriage*Renée Pitre married second, Jacques Barton Seigneur de Montaiguillon et de Villenaux on 28 June 1647 at Poitiers, Poitou Province, France.7,8,9,10,11,12
Death*Renée Pitre died in August 1699 (date based on burial.)
Burial*She was buried on 13 August 1699 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.3

Family 1

Jean Valon d. before 28 Jun 1647

Family 2

Jacques Barton Seigneur de Montaiguillon et de Villenaux d. before 1670
Child

Citations

  1. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283.
  2. [S164] Roland J Auger, "Chevalier-Bourassa", page 64.
  3. [S284] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol I, page 126.
  4. [S696] Marriage records, Marriages of Notre Dame de Montreal, page 157.
  5. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 73.
  6. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246.
  7. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283, married.
  8. [S45] Joy Courteau Reisinger and Elmer Courteau, King's Daughters, page 128; married.
  9. [S46] Reginald L Olivier, Ancient Canadian Family Ties, page 62; married.
  10. [S164] Roland J Auger, "Chevalier-Bourassa", page 64; married.
  11. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 73; married 28 Jun 1647 Poitiers.
  12. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246; married 28 Jun 1647 Poitiers.
  13. [S45] Joy Courteau Reisinger and Elmer Courteau, King's Daughters, page 128.
  14. [S46] Reginald L Olivier, Ancient Canadian Family Ties, page 62.

Jacques Barton Seigneur de Montaiguillon et de Villenaux1

M, d. before 1670
ChartsAncestors of Patt (VanLerberg) Ricketts
Marriage*Jacques Barton Seigneur de Montaiguillon et de Villenaux married Renée Pitre on 28 June 1647 at Poitiers, Poitou Province, France.2,3,4,5,6,7
Death*Jacques Barton Seigneur de Montaiguillon et de Villenaux died before 1670 (was deceased when daughter, Francoise-Marthe was married.)8,9

Family

Renée Pitre d. Aug 1699
Child

Citations

  1. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 73.
  2. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283, married.
  3. [S45] Joy Courteau Reisinger and Elmer Courteau, King's Daughters, page 128; married.
  4. [S46] Reginald L Olivier, Ancient Canadian Family Ties, page 62; married.
  5. [S164] Roland J Auger, "Chevalier-Bourassa", page 64; married.
  6. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 73; married 28 Jun 1647 Poitiers.
  7. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246; married 28 Jun 1647 Poitiers.
  8. [S45] Joy Courteau Reisinger and Elmer Courteau, King's Daughters, page 128.
  9. [S696] Marriage records, Marriages of Notre Dame de Montreal, page 157.
  10. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283.
  11. [S46] Reginald L Olivier, Ancient Canadian Family Ties, page 62.
  12. [S284] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol I, page 126.

Jean-Baptiste Chevalier1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

M, b. 6 August 1677, d. before 1752
FatherJoseph Chevalier10,3,4,11,12,7,9 b. 1644, d. 26 May 1721
MotherFrançoise Marthe Barton10,3,4,11,12,7,9 b. 1653, d. 13 Aug 1699
ChartsAncestors of Patt (VanLerberg) Ricketts
Ancestors of Patt (VanLerberg) Ricketts (paged)
Birth*Jean-Baptiste Chevalier was born on 6 August 1677 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.10,13
BaptismHe was baptized on 6 August 1677 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.4,5,14,9
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Jean-Baptiste and Marie-Françoise Alavoine was signed on 3 April 1709 before Notary Michel LePailleur.15
MarriageJean-Baptiste Chevalier married Marie-Françoise Alavoine, daughter of Charles Alavoine and Marie-Thérèse Machard, on 6 April 1709 at Notre-Dame de Montreal, Quebec Province, Canada.16,1,17,18
Marriage*Another source says Jean-Baptiste Chevalier married Marie-Françoise Alavoine, daughter of Charles Alavoine and Marie-Thérèse Machard, on 8 April 1709 at Notre-Dame, Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.3,19,12,20
MarriageAnother source says Jean-Baptiste Chevalier married Marie-Françoise Alavoine, daughter of Charles Alavoine and Marie-Thérèse Machard, on 28 April 1709 at Notre-Dame, Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.7
Death*Jean-Baptiste Chevalier died shortly before 1752.10,21,22

Family

Marie-Françoise Alavoine b. 1690, d. Mar 1756
Children

Citations

  1. [S40] Floyd R Reaume, "Antoine Deshetres", page 103.
  2. [S44] "Early Marriages", page 27, 28, 29, 30, 35.
  3. [S164] Roland J Auger, "Chevalier-Bourassa", page 64.
  4. [S284] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol I, page 126.
  5. [S286] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol 3, page 55, 56.
  6. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 6, 246, 247.
  7. [S696] Marriage records, Marriages of Notre Dame de Montreal, page 157.
  8. [S1175] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of Hist Soc of Wisc v18, page 136.
  9. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 74.
  10. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283.
  11. [S286] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol 3, page 55.
  12. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 247.
  13. [S1175] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of Hist Soc of Wisc v18, page 136 says born 1677 at Montreal.
  14. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246.
  15. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 247.
  16. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283, 437.
  17. [S44] "Early Marriages", page 29.
  18. [S1175] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of Hist Soc of Wisc v18, page 136 says married Montreal 1709.
  19. [S286] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol 3, page 55 says Montreal, 56 says Montreal.
  20. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 6 says 1709.
  21. [S286] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol 3, page 56.
  22. [S1175] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of Hist Soc of Wisc v18, page 137.
  23. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283, 351.
  24. [S286] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol 3, page 375.
  25. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 248.
  26. [S44] "Early Marriages", page 28.
  27. [S44] "Early Marriages", page 35.
  28. [S44] "Early Marriages", page 27, 30.
  29. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, page 2.
  30. [S44] "Early Marriages", page 30.
  31. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, page 2 Register of Baptisms of the Mission of St Ignace De Michilimakinak.
  32. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 155, 283.
  33. [S44] "Early Marriages", page 27.
  34. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, page 3 Register of Baptisms of the Mission of St Ignace De Michilimakinak.
  35. [S754] June Piché Fahlen, "Mackinac Marriages", page 7.
  36. [S286] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol 3, page 51.
  37. [S302] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay Corrections Part 2, page 104.
  38. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283, 697.
  39. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 1116.
  40. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 13; marriage of Antoine Nicolas Lauzon and Angélique Chevalier.
  41. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 26; marriage of Louis Casse dit Saint Aubin and Angélique Chevalier.
  42. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, page 4 Register of Baptisms of the Mission of St Ignace De Michilimakinak.

Élisabeth Chevalier1,2

F, b. 29 October 1679, d. May 1742
FatherJoseph Chevalier3,4,5,1,2 b. 1644, d. 26 May 1721
MotherFrançoise Marthe Barton3,4,5,1,2 b. 1653, d. 13 Aug 1699
Birth*Élisabeth Chevalier was born on 29 October 1679 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.6
BaptismShe was baptized on 29 October 1679 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.4,7,2
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Elisabeth and Séraphin Lauzon was signed on 6 October 1697 before notary Antoine Adhémar.8,9
Marriage*Élisabeth Chevalier married Séraphin Lauzon, son of Gilles Lauzon and Marie Archambault, on 7 October 1697 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.3,4,5,10,9
Death*Élisabeth Chevalier died in May 1742 at age 62 (date based on burial.)
Burial*She was buried on 18 May 1742 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.3
BurialAnouther source says she was buried on 21 May 1742 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.5

Family

Séraphin Lauzon b. 9 Dec 1668, d. May 1737
Children
  • Marie-Élisabeth Lauzon9 b. 20 Sep 1698, d. Aug 1699
  • Marie-Marguerite Lauzon9 b. 17 Apr 1700, d. 21 Apr 1700
  • Séraphin Lauzon9 b. 22 Dec 1701
  • Marie-Élisabeth Lauzon9 b. 21 Apr 1706
  • Jeanne-Madeleine Lauzon9 b. 23 Aug 1708, d. Nov 1708
  • Françoise Lauzon9 b. 20 Feb 1710
  • Marguerite-Angélique Lauzon9 b. 7 Apr 1712, d. May 1714
  • Charlotte-Geneviève Lauzon9 b. 21 Mar 1714
  • Joseph-Daniel Lauzon9 b. 1 Jun 1716, d. Nov 1716
  • Joseph Lauzon9 b. 30 Jan 1718
  • François-Marie Lauzon9 b. 23 Mar 1719
  • Marie-Madeleine Lauzon9 b. 18 Aug 1720, d. Sep 1720
  • Marguerite-Angélique Lauzon9 b. 1 Oct 1721
  • Jean-Baptiste Lauzon9 b. circa 1723

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 664.
  2. [S3071] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 1, page 74.
  3. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283, 696.
  4. [S284] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol I, page 126.
  5. [S286] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol 3, page 55.
  6. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283, 606.
  7. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246.
  8. [S113] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaires volume 5, page 279.
  9. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 664.
  10. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246 says 1697.

Marie-Françoise Alavoine1

F, b. 1690, d. March 1756
FatherCharles Alavoine2,3,1,4 d. May 1749
MotherMarie-Thérèse Machard2,3,1,4 b. circa 1664, d. 8 Nov 1728
ChartsAncestors of Patt (VanLerberg) Ricketts
Ancestors of Patt (VanLerberg) Ricketts (paged)
BaptismMarie-Françoise Alavoine was baptized in 1690.5
Birth*She was born in 1690.2,6
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Marie-Françoise and Jean-Baptiste Chevalier was signed on 3 April 1709 before Notary Michel LePailleur.7
MarriageMarie-Françoise Alavoine married Jean-Baptiste Chevalier, son of Joseph Chevalier and Françoise Marthe Barton, on 6 April 1709 at Notre-Dame de Montreal, Quebec Province, Canada.8,9,10,11
Marriage*Another source says Marie-Françoise Alavoine married Jean-Baptiste Chevalier, son of Joseph Chevalier and Françoise Marthe Barton, on 8 April 1709 at Notre-Dame, Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.3,12,13,14
MarriageAnother source says Marie-Françoise Alavoine married Jean-Baptiste Chevalier, son of Joseph Chevalier and Françoise Marthe Barton, on 28 April 1709 at Notre-Dame, Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.4
(Witness) BaptismMarie-Françoise Alavoine was godmother at the baptism of her granddaughter, Marie Coussante Hins on 20 May 1742 at Mission of St Ignace de Michilimakinak, Michilimakinak post, Mackinac County, Michigan.15
(Witness) BaptismMarie-Françoise Alavoine was godmother at the baptism of her granddaughter, Marie Dumay on 21 July 1744 at Mission of St Ignace de Michilimakinak, Michilimakinak post, Mackinac County, Michigan.16
(Witness) BaptismMarie-Françoise Alavoine was godmother at the baptism of her grandson, René Françoise Bourassa on 3 August 1744 at Mission of St Ignace de Michilimakinak, Michilimakinak post, Mackinac County, Michigan.17
(Witness) BaptismMarie-Françoise Alavoine was godmother at the baptism of her granddaughter, Elizabeth Louise Locat on 25 August 1745 at Mission of St Ignace de Michilimakinak, Michilimakinak post, Mackinac County, Michigan.18
(Witness) BaptismMarie-Françoise Alavoine was godmother at the baptism of granddaughter, Marianne Marthe Chaboyer on 4 May 1746 at Mission of St Ignace de Michilimakinak, Michilimakinak post, Mackinac County, Michigan.19
(Godmother) BaptismMarie Françoise A La Voine was godmother at the baptism of her her granddaughter, Veronique Cardin, daughter of François Louis Cardin and Marie Coussante Chevalier, on 20 February 1752 at Mission of St Ignace de Michilimakinak, Mackinac, Mackinac County, Michigan.20
Death*Marie-Françoise Alavoine died in March 1756 (date based on burial.)21
Burial*She was buried on 20 March 1756 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.2,5

Family

Jean-Baptiste Chevalier b. 6 Aug 1677, d. before 1752
Children

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 6, 247.
  2. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283.
  3. [S164] Roland J Auger, "Chevalier-Bourassa", page 64.
  4. [S696] Marriage records, Marriages of Notre Dame de Montreal, page 157.
  5. [S286] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol 3, page 56.
  6. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 6 says about 1690.
  7. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 247.
  8. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283, 437.
  9. [S40] Floyd R Reaume, "Antoine Deshetres", page 103.
  10. [S44] "Early Marriages", page 29.
  11. [S1175] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of Hist Soc of Wisc v18, page 136 says married Montreal 1709.
  12. [S286] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol 3, page 55 says Montreal, 56 says Montreal.
  13. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 247.
  14. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 6 says 1709.
  15. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, page 8 Register of Baptisms of the Mission of St Ignace De Michilimakinak.
  16. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, page 12 Register of Baptisms of the Mission of St Ignace De Michilimakinak; baptism of Maire Dumée.
  17. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, page 13 Register of Baptisms of the Mission of St Ignace De Michilimakinak; baptism of René françois Bourassa.
  18. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, page 16 Register of Baptisms of the Mission of St Ignace De Michilimakinak; baptism of Elizabeth louise locat.
  19. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, page 17 Register of Baptisms of the Mission of St Ignace De Michilimakinak; baptism of marianne marthe chaboyer.
  20. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, Mackinac Baptisms, page 31, 32.
  21. [S1175] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of Hist Soc of Wisc v18, page 136 says died 1756.
  22. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283, 351.
  23. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 248.
  24. [S44] "Early Marriages", page 28.
  25. [S44] "Early Marriages", page 35.
  26. [S44] "Early Marriages", page 27, 30.
  27. [S44] "Early Marriages", page 30.
  28. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 155, 283.
  29. [S44] "Early Marriages", page 27.
  30. [S754] June Piché Fahlen, "Mackinac Marriages", page 7.
  31. [S302] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay Corrections Part 2, page 104.
  32. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283, 697.
  33. [S37] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 2, page 1116.
  34. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 13; marriage of Antoine Nicolas Lauzon and Angélique Chevalier.
  35. [S943] Sharon A. Kelley, Marriage Records of Ste Anne, page 26; marriage of Louis Casse dit Saint Aubin and Angélique Chevalier.

Séraphin Lauzon1,2,3,4

M, b. 9 December 1668, d. May 1737
FatherGilles Lauzon5,6 b. 1631, d. 21 Sep 1687
MotherMarie Archambault5,6 b. 1644, d. 8 Aug 1685
Birth*Séraphin Lauzon was born on 9 December 1668 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.7
BaptismHe was baptized on 9 December 1668 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.6
BirthAnother source says he was born on 9 December 1669 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.8
Marriage*He married first, Jeanne Desroches, daughter of Jean Desroches and Françoise Godé, on 27 November 1690 at Point aux Trembles of Montreal, Quebec Province, Canada.5,6,9
Widowed*Séraphin Lauzon was widowed at age 27 by the death of his wife, Jeanne on 3 November 1696.5,6
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Séraphin and Elisabeth Chevalier was signed on 6 October 1697 before notary Antoine Adhémar.4,6
Marriage*Séraphin Lauzon married second, Élisabeth Chevalier, daughter of Joseph Chevalier and Françoise Marthe Barton, on 7 October 1697 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.5,1,2,10,6
Death*Séraphin Lauzon died in May 1737 at age 68 (date based on burial.)
Burial*He was buried on 20 May 1737 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.5

Family 1

Jeanne Desroches b. 4 Nov 1668, d. 3 Nov 1696
Children
  • Laurent Lauzon6 b. circa 1691
  • Nicolas Lauzon11,12,13 b. 6 Dec 1693, d. Dec 1779
  • Marguerite Lauzon6 b. 6 Jan 1696, d. 7 Dec 1696

Family 2

Élisabeth Chevalier b. 29 Oct 1679, d. May 1742
Children
  • Marie-Élisabeth Lauzon6 b. 20 Sep 1698, d. Aug 1699
  • Marie-Marguerite Lauzon6 b. 17 Apr 1700, d. 21 Apr 1700
  • Séraphin Lauzon6 b. 22 Dec 1701
  • Marie-Élisabeth Lauzon6 b. 21 Apr 1706
  • Jeanne-Madeleine Lauzon6 b. 23 Aug 1708, d. Nov 1708
  • Françoise Lauzon6 b. 20 Feb 1710
  • Marguerite-Angélique Lauzon6 b. 7 Apr 1712, d. May 1714
  • Charlotte-Geneviève Lauzon6 b. 21 Mar 1714
  • Joseph-Daniel Lauzon6 b. 1 Jun 1716, d. Nov 1716
  • Joseph Lauzon6 b. 30 Jan 1718
  • François-Marie Lauzon6 b. 23 Mar 1719
  • Marie-Madeleine Lauzon6 b. 18 Aug 1720, d. Sep 1720
  • Marguerite-Angélique Lauzon6 b. 1 Oct 1721
  • Jean-Baptiste Lauzon6 b. circa 1723

Citations

  1. [S284] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol I, page 126.
  2. [S286] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol 3, page 55.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246, 347, 664, 665.
  4. [S113] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaires volume 5, page 279.
  5. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283, 696.
  6. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 664.
  7. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 696.
  8. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283.
  9. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 347 says 1690.
  10. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 246 says 1697.
  11. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 264, 696.
  12. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 664, 665.
  13. [S2932] Gail Moreau-DesHarnais, "Ste Anne Burials 1776-1787", page 18; burial of Nicolas Lozon.

Marie-Thérèse Machard1

F, b. circa 1664, d. 8 November 1728
FatherMr. (-----) Machard
MotherMarie (--------)2 d. Mar 1707
ChartsAncestors of Patt (VanLerberg) Ricketts
Ancestors of Patt (VanLerberg) Ricketts (paged)
Birth*Marie-Thérèse Machard was born circa 1664 (date based on age at death.)
Marriage*She married Charles Alavoine circa 1690 at La Rochelle, La Rochelle archdiocese, Aunis Province, France, Charente-Maritime Department.3,4,2
BurialMarie-Thérèse Machard was buried on 10 October 1728.5
Death*She died on 8 November 1728 at age 64 years.2
Burial*Anouther source says she was buried on 10 November 1728 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.2

Family

Charles Alavoine d. May 1749
Children

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 9, 53, 247.
  2. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 6.
  3. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 47, 283.
  4. [S164] Roland J Auger, "Chevalier-Bourassa", page 64.
  5. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 47.
  6. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283.
  7. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 6, 247.
  8. [S696] Marriage records, Marriages of Notre Dame de Montreal, page 157.
  9. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 6, 53.

Charles Alavoine1,2,3

M, d. May 1749
ChartsAncestors of Patt (VanLerberg) Ricketts
Ancestors of Patt (VanLerberg) Ricketts (paged)
Marriage*Charles Alavoine married Marie-Thérèse Machard, daughter of Mr. (-----) Machard and Marie (--------), circa 1690 at La Rochelle, La Rochelle archdiocese, Aunis Province, France, Charente-Maritime Department.1,2,4
Death*Charles Alavoine died in May 1749 (date based on burial.)
Burial*He was buried on 11 May 1749.5

Family

Marie-Thérèse Machard b. circa 1664, d. 8 Nov 1728
Children

Citations

  1. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 47, 283.
  2. [S164] Roland J Auger, "Chevalier-Bourassa", page 64.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 9, 53, 247.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 6.
  5. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 47.
  6. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283.
  7. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 6, 247.
  8. [S696] Marriage records, Marriages of Notre Dame de Montreal, page 157.
  9. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 6, 53.

Marie-Anne Chevalier1,2

F, b. 22 January 1712
FatherJean-Baptiste Chevalier3,4,1,2 b. 6 Aug 1677, d. before 1752
MotherMarie-Françoise Alavoine3,4,1,2 b. 1690, d. Mar 1756
BaptismMarie-Anne Chevalier was baptized on 22 January 1712 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.1,2
Birth*She was born on 22 January 1712 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.3,2
(Godmother) BaptismShe was godmother at the baptism of Marie-Anne Deshêtres, daughter of Antoine Deshêtres and Marie-Charlotte Chevalier, on 25 July 1735 at Fort St Joseph (now Niles), Berrien County, Michigan.5
Marriage*Marie-Anne Chevalier married Charles Chaboillé, son of Charles Chaboiller and Angélica Dandonneau dit Dusable, on 22 September 1735 at Michilimackinac, Mackinac County, Michigan.4,6,7,8,9
(Witness) BaptismMarie-Anne Chevalier was godmother at the baptism of her nephew, Louis-Joseph Ainse on 1 May 1744 at Mission of St Ignace de Michilimakinak, Michilimakinak post, Mackinac County, Michigan.10
Widowed*Marie-Anne Chevalier was widowed at age 45 by the death of her husband, Charles Chaboillé in November 1757.11,12
(Godmother) BaptismMarie Anne Chevalier was godmother at the baptism of her her nephew, Louis Francois Xavier Bourassa, son of Sieur Réné Bourassa the younger and Anne-Charlotte-Véronique Chevalier, on 17 December 1758 at Mission of St Ignace de Michilimakinak, Mackinac, Mackinac County, Michigan.13

Family

Charles Chaboillé b. 8 Dec 1706, d. Nov 1757
Children

Citations

  1. [S286] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol 3, page 56.
  2. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 248.
  3. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283.
  4. [S44] "Early Marriages", page 28.
  5. [S1629] Judy Cartier, "Judy Cartier email," e-mail to Patt Ricketts, "Fwd: Info", 17 Jan 2005, info from Linda Lozon, St Joseph Baptismal Register.
  6. [S329] John M Gram, "Michilimackinac Biography Project", page 80 says Charles Chaboillez in 1735 married a Chevalier.
  7. [S754] June Piché Fahlen, "Mackinac Marriages", page 7.
  8. [S1175] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of Hist Soc of Wisc v18, page 255 says married 1735 Mackinac.
  9. [S1175] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of Hist Soc of Wisc v18, page 470 The Mackinac Register.
  10. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, page 11, 12 Register of Baptisms of the Mission of St Ignace De Michilimakinak; baptism of Joseph Louis Hains.
  11. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, Mackinac Baptisms, page 55; godmother, Marie Anne Chevalier, widow Chaboiller.
  12. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, Mackinac Interments, page 154.
  13. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, Mackinac Baptisms, page 55.
  14. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, page 4 Register of Baptisms of the Mission of St Ignace De Michilimakinak.
  15. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 245.
  16. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, page 6 Register of Baptisms of the Mission of St Ignace De Michilimakinak.
  17. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, page 9 Register of Baptisms of the Mission of St Ignace De Michilimakinak; baptism of Paul Amable Chaboyer.
  18. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, page 13 Register of Baptisms of the Mission of St Ignace De Michilimakinak; baptism of pierre louis Chaboyer.
  19. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, page 17 Register of Baptisms of the Mission of St Ignace De Michilimakinak; baptism of marianne marthe chaboyer.
  20. [S1175] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of Hist Soc of Wisc v18, page 255.
  21. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, Mackinac Baptisms, page 31.
  22. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, Mackinac Baptisms, page 34.
  23. [S699] Reuben Gold Thwaites, Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin v19, Mackinac Baptisms, page 38.

Catherine Chevalier1,2,3

F, b. 10 March 1714, d. 12 March 1714
FatherJean-Baptiste Chevalier1,2,3 b. 6 Aug 1677, d. before 1752
MotherMarie-Françoise Alavoine1,2,3 b. 1690, d. Mar 1756
BaptismCatherine Chevalier was baptized on 10 March 1714 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.2,3
Birth*She was born on 10 March 1714 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.1,3
Burial*She was buried on 12 March 1714 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.1,2,3
Death*She died on 12 March 1714 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.3

Citations

  1. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 283.
  2. [S286] Tanguay Dictionary, Tanguay vol 3, page 56.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 248.