Marie-Madeleine Lefebvre1

F, b. 7 December 1702, d. February 1703
FatherPierre Lefebvre dit Boulanger1 b. circa 1674, d. between 20 Oct 1714 and 26 Jan 1716
MotherFrançoise dite Ambroise Fournier1 b. circa 1677
Birth*Marie-Madeleine Lefebvre was born on 7 December 1702 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.1
BaptismShe was baptized on 7 December 1702 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.1
Death*She died in February 1703 at age 1 month (date based on burial.)
Burial*She was buried on 11 February 1703 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.1

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 689.

Geneviève Lefebvre1

F, b. circa 1704, d. October 1714
FatherPierre Lefebvre dit Boulanger1 b. circa 1674, d. between 20 Oct 1714 and 26 Jan 1716
MotherFrançoise dite Ambroise Fournier1 b. circa 1677
Birth*Geneviève Lefebvre was born circa 1704 (date based on baptism.)
BaptismShe was baptized on 11 May 1704 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.1
Death*She died in October 1714 (date based on burial.)
Burial*She was buried on 20 October 1714 at Beaumont, Quebec Province, Canada.1

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 689.

Louise Lefebvre dit Boulanger1

F, b. 22 August 1706
FatherPierre Lefebvre dit Boulanger2,3 b. circa 1674, d. between 20 Oct 1714 and 26 Jan 1716
MotherFrançoise dite Ambroise Fournier2,3 b. circa 1677
Birth*Louise Lefebvre dit Boulanger was born on 22 August 1706 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.4
BaptismShe was baptized on 24 August 1706 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.4
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Louise and Pierre Elie was signed on 27 January 1725 before Notary René Gachet.1,5
Marriage*Louise Lefebvre dit Boulanger married Pierre Élie dit Breton, son of Pierre Élie dit Breton and Marie-Rosalie Pépin, on 29 January 1725 at Berthier, Quebec Province, Canada.2
MarriageAnother source says Louise Lefebvre dit Boulanger married Pierre Élie dit Breton, son of Pierre Élie dit Breton and Marie-Rosalie Pépin, on 29 January 1725 at Berthier-en-bas, Quebec Province, Canada.3
Widowed*Louise Lefebvre dit Boulanger was widowed at age 36 by the death of her husband, Pierre Élie dit Breton on 30 September 1742.3
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Louise and Jean Garant was signed on 30 September 1742 before Notary René Gaschet.3,6
Marriage*Louise Lefebvre dit Boulanger married second, Jean Garand, son of Pierre Garand and Catherine Labrecque, in October 1742 (date based on marriage contract).3

Family 1

Pierre Élie dit Breton b. 22 Apr 1701, d. before 30 Sep 1742
Child
  • Marie-Louise Élie1 b. 15 Jun 1726

Family 2

Jean Garand b. 24 Jan 1692
Child

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 402.
  2. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 402, 689.
  3. [S482] Roland J Auger, "Queries 1972-3", page 181; query 237 Garnt-Lefebvre.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 689.
  5. [S119] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 16, page 27.
  6. [S119] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 16, page 57.

Pierre Élie dit Breton1,2

M, b. 22 April 1701, d. before 30 September 1742
FatherPierre Élie dit Breton1,2
MotherMarie-Rosalie Pépin1,2
Birth*Pierre Élie dit Breton was born on 22 April 1701 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.1
BaptismHe was baptized on 22 April 1701 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.1
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Pierre and Louise Lefebvre was signed on 27 January 1725 before Notary René Gachet.1,3
Marriage*Pierre Élie dit Breton married Louise Lefebvre dit Boulanger, daughter of Pierre Lefebvre dit Boulanger and Françoise dite Ambroise Fournier, on 29 January 1725 at Berthier, Quebec Province, Canada.4
MarriageAnother source says Pierre Élie dit Breton married Louise Lefebvre dit Boulanger, daughter of Pierre Lefebvre dit Boulanger and Françoise dite Ambroise Fournier, on 29 January 1725 at Berthier-en-bas, Quebec Province, Canada.2
Death*Pierre Élie dit Breton died before 30 September 1742 (before wife's marriage contract.)2

Family

Louise Lefebvre dit Boulanger b. 22 Aug 1706
Child
  • Marie-Louise Élie1 b. 15 Jun 1726

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 402.
  2. [S482] Roland J Auger, "Queries 1972-3", page 181; query 237 Garnt-Lefebvre.
  3. [S119] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 16, page 27.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 402, 689.

Marie-Madeleine Lefebvre1,2

F, b. 6 June 1708
FatherPierre Lefebvre dit Boulanger3 b. circa 1674, d. between 20 Oct 1714 and 26 Jan 1716
MotherFrançoise dite Ambroise Fournier3 b. circa 1677
Birth*Marie-Madeleine Lefebvre was born on 6 June 1708 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.4
BaptismShe was baptized on 10 June 1708 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.4
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Marie-Madeleine and Louis Chartier was signed on 17 April 1728 before Notary René Gachet.5,2
Marriage*Marie-Madeleine Lefebvre married Louis Chartier, son of Michel Chartier and Marie-Anne Destroismaisons, on 26 April 1728 at Berthier, Quebec Province, Canada.1

Family

Louis Chartier b. 23 Jan 1707
Child

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 236, 237, 689.
  2. [S119] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 16, page 32.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 237, 689.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 689.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 237.

Louis Chartier1,2

M, b. 23 January 1707
FatherMichel Chartier3 b. 23 Oct 1667
MotherMarie-Anne Destroismaisons3 b. 20 Apr 1686, d. Apr 1721
Birth*Louis Chartier was born on 23 January 1707 at Saint-François, Île d'Orléans, Quebec Province, Canada.4
BaptismHe was baptized on 24 January 1707 at Saint-François, Île d'Orléans, Quebec Province, Canada.4
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Louis and Marie-Madeleine Lefebvre was signed on 17 April 1728 before Notary René Gachet.5,2
Marriage*Louis Chartier married Marie-Madeleine Lefebvre, daughter of Pierre Lefebvre dit Boulanger and Françoise dite Ambroise Fournier, on 26 April 1728 at Berthier, Quebec Province, Canada.1
(Witness) Marriage ContractLouis Chartier witnessed the marriage contract of Jean-Baptiste Guillemette and his sister-in-law, Anne Lefebvre on 27 June 1729 before Notary Abel Michon.6,7

Family

Marie-Madeleine Lefebvre b. 6 Jun 1708
Child

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 236, 237, 689.
  2. [S119] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 16, page 32.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 236, 237.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 236.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 237.
  6. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 542.
  7. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 102.

Marie-Anne Lefebvre1

F, b. circa 1709
FatherPierre Lefebvre dit Boulanger1,2 b. circa 1674, d. between 20 Oct 1714 and 26 Jan 1716
MotherFrançoise dite Ambroise Fournier1,2 b. circa 1677
Birth*Marie-Anne Lefebvre was born circa 1709 (date based on baptism.)
BaptismShe was baptized on 13 October 1709 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.3
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Anne and Jean-Baptiste Guillemette was signed on 27 June 1729 before Notary Abel Michon. The witnesses for Jean-Baptiste were his uncle and guardian, Pierre Blais, his brother, Pierre Guillemette, and his wife, Dorothée Guimont and Augustin Blais. The witnesses for Anne were her step-father, Antoine Blais, her mother and her brother-in-law, Louis Chartier. (Augustin Blais is his cousin.)4,2
Marriage*Marie-Anne Lefebvre married Jean-Baptiste Guillemet, son of Jean Guillemet and Marie-Anne Blais, on 27 June 1729 at Berthier, Quebec Province, Canada.1,5

Family

Jean-Baptiste Guillemet b. 6 Aug 1705
Child
  • Marie-Anne Guillemet4 b. circa 1729

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 542, 689.
  2. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 102.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 689.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 542.
  5. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 102; Ce mariage a été célébré à Berthier, le 27 juin. Tanguay IV, 415.

Jean-Baptiste Guillemet1

M, b. 6 August 1705
FatherJean Guillemet2,3 b. 20 Feb 1674, d. 14 Jul 1715
MotherMarie-Anne Blais2,3 b. 19 May 1675, d. before 27 Jun 1729
Birth*Jean-Baptiste Guillemet was born on 6 August 1705 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.2
BaptismHe was baptized on 9 August 1705 at Beumont, Quebec Province, Canada.2
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Jean-Baptiste and Anne Lefebvre was signed on 27 June 1729 before Notary Abel Michon. The witnesses for Jean-Baptiste were his uncle and guardian, Pierre Blais, his brother, Pierre Guillemette, and his wife, Dorothée Guimont and Augustin Blais. The witnesses for Anne were her step-father, Antoine Blais, her mother and her brother-in-law, Louis Chartier. (Augustin Blais is his cousin.)2,4
Marriage*Jean-Baptiste Guillemet married Marie-Anne Lefebvre, daughter of Pierre Lefebvre dit Boulanger and Françoise dite Ambroise Fournier, on 27 June 1729 at Berthier, Quebec Province, Canada.1,5
(Witness) MarriageJean Batiste Guilmette witnessed the marriage of Jean Batiste Leprince and his sister-in-law, Marianne Blay on 7 October 1738 at Berthier, Quebec Province, Canada.6,7
(Witness) MarriageBaptiste Guilmet witnessed the marriage of Nicolas Moricet and his sister-in-law, Marie Blay on 20 November 1747 at Saint-Vallier, Bellechasse County, Quebec Province, Canada.8

Family

Marie-Anne Lefebvre b. circa 1709
Child
  • Marie-Anne Guillemet2 b. circa 1729

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 542, 689.
  2. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 542.
  3. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 20, 102.
  4. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 102.
  5. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 102; Ce mariage a été célébré à Berthier, le 27 juin. Tanguay IV, 415.
  6. [S3101] Drouin Institute, Quebec Records, LaFrance, Drouin Collection, accessed 19 Aug 2015; Marriage; jean batiste son of deceased guillaume Leprince and Catherine LaBranche and marianne daughter of deceased antoine Blay and ambroise fournier married 7 Oct 1738, Berthier.
  7. [S914] Drouin's Dicitonnaire National, page 839; marriage of Jean-Baptiste Le Prince and M.-Anne Blais 7 Oct 1738 Berthier.
  8. [S3101] Drouin Institute, Quebec Records, LaFrance, Drouin Collection, accessed 19 Aug 2015; Marriage; nicolas son of nicolas moricet and anne cloutier and marie daughter of deceased Antoine Blay and ambroise fournier married 20 Nov 1747, St-Vallier.

Marie-Anne Lefebvre1

F, b. 22 October 1711, d. June 1714
FatherPierre Lefebvre dit Boulanger1 b. circa 1674, d. between 20 Oct 1714 and 26 Jan 1716
MotherFrançoise dite Ambroise Fournier1 b. circa 1677
Birth*Marie-Anne Lefebvre was born on 22 October 1711 at Beaumont, Quebec Province, Canada.1
BaptismShe was baptized on 25 October 1711 at Beaumont, Quebec Province, Canada.1
Death*She died in June 1714 at age 2 (date based on burial.)
Burial*She was buried on 27 June 1714 at Beaumont, Quebec Province, Canada.1

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 689.

Thérèse Lefebvre1

F, b. 17 May 1713, d. June 1714
FatherPierre Lefebvre dit Boulanger1 b. circa 1674, d. between 20 Oct 1714 and 26 Jan 1716
MotherFrançoise dite Ambroise Fournier1 b. circa 1677
Birth*Thérèse Lefebvre was born on 17 May 1713 at Beaumont, Quebec Province, Canada.1
BaptismShe was baptized on 21 May 1713 at Beaumont, Quebec Province, Canada.1
Death*She died in June 1714 at age 1 (date based on burial.)
Burial*She was buried on 27 June 1714 at Beaumont, Quebec Province, Canada.1

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 689.

Marie Blanchard1,2,3,4,5,6,7

F, b. circa 1647, d. 29 July 1722
FatherJean Blanchard8,5
MotherMartine Lebas8,5
Birth*Marie Blanchard was born circa 1647 (date based on age at death.)
Kings Dau*She was a "fille du roi" (daughter of the king.)2,5,7
Marriage*She married first, Mathieu Brunet dit Létang, son of Jacques Brunet and Jacqueline Recheine, on 10 November 1667 at Québec City, Quebec Province, Canada.9,2,5
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Marie and Mathieu Brunet dit Létang was signed on 4 April 1679 before Notary Antoine Adhémar.8
Marriage ContractAnother source says a contract for the marriage of Marie and Mathieu Brunet dit Létang was signed on 14 April 1679 before Notary Antoine Adhémar.4
Widowed*Marie Blanchard was widowed by the death of her husband, Mathieu Brunet dit Létang in December 1708.10
Marriage*Marie Blanchard married second, Yves Lucas dit Saint-Venant, son of François Lucas and Marguerite Selève, circa 1713 (or perhaps a litte later) at Lachine, Quebec Province, Canada.11,2,12,13
Death*Marie Blanchard died on 29 July 1722 at Lachine, Quebec Province, Canada, at age 75 years.14,15
Burial*She was buried on 29 July 1722 at Lachine, Quebec Province, Canada.16

Family 1

Mathieu Brunet dit Létang b. circa 1637, d. Dec 1708
Marie and Mathieu Brunet dit Létang had ten children (see Jetté).8
Child

Family 2

Yves Lucas dit Saint-Venant b. circa 1666, d. May 1726
Marie and Yves Lucas dit Saint-Venant had no children.16

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 180, 306, 746.
  2. [S2299] SFRSC, Chantilly, Virginia, La Société des Filles du roi et soldats du Carignan, Inc. (online http://www.fillesduroi.org), Filles du Roi; Blanchard, Marie, m. 1: Brunet, Mathieu, dit Létang, Nov. 10, 1667, m. 2: Lucas, Yves-Luc, dit St-Venan, before 1722; accessed 14 Dec 2011.
  3. [S45] Joy Courteau Reisinger and Elmer Courteau, King's Daughters, page 48.
  4. [S113] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaires volume 5, page 38.
  5. [S45] Joy Courteau Reisinger and Elmer Courteau, King's Daughters, page 89.
  6. [S914] Drouin's Dicitonnaire National, page 339; marriage of Honoré Dany Danny and Catherine Brunet.
  7. [S3072] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 2, page 348.
  8. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 180.
  9. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 180, 746.
  10. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 180; date based on burial.
  11. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 180, 746; married c 1713 at Lachine (or perhaps a little later).
  12. [S45] Joy Courteau Reisinger and Elmer Courteau, King's Daughters, page 89; married c 1713 at Lachine.
  13. [S3072] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 2, page 348; married about 1713.
  14. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 746; died at age 75 years.
  15. [S45] Joy Courteau Reisinger and Elmer Courteau, King's Daughters, page 89; died 29 Jul 1722 at Lachine at age 75 years.
  16. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 746.
  17. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 180, 306.

Mathieu Brunet dit Létang1,2,3,4

M, b. circa 1637, d. December 1708
FatherJacques Brunet1 d. before 10 Nov 1667
MotherJacqueline Recheine1
Birth*Mathieu Brunet dit Létang was born circa 1637 (date based on age in 1657.)
Marriage*He married Marie Blanchard, daughter of Jean Blanchard and Martine Lebas, on 10 November 1667 at Québec City, Quebec Province, Canada.5,2,6
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Mathieu and Marie Blanchard was signed on 4 April 1679 before Notary Antoine Adhémar.1
Marriage ContractAnother source says a contract for the marriage of Mathieu and Marie Blanchard was signed on 14 April 1679 before Notary Antoine Adhémar.3
Death*Mathieu Brunet dit Létang died in December 1708 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada, (at the hospital.)1
Burial*He was buried on 17 December 1708 at Montréal, Quebec Province, Canada.1

Family

Marie Blanchard b. circa 1647, d. 29 Jul 1722
Mathieu and Marie Blanchard had ten children (see Jetté).1
Child

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 180.
  2. [S2299] SFRSC, Chantilly, Virginia, La Société des Filles du roi et soldats du Carignan, Inc. (online http://www.fillesduroi.org), Filles du Roi; Blanchard, Marie, m. 1: Brunet, Mathieu, dit Létang, Nov. 10, 1667, m. 2: Lucas, Yves-Luc, dit St-Venan, before 1722; accessed 14 Dec 2011.
  3. [S113] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaires volume 5, page 38.
  4. [S116] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 6, page 78.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 180, 746.
  6. [S45] Joy Courteau Reisinger and Elmer Courteau, King's Daughters, page 89.
  7. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 180, 306.
  8. [S914] Drouin's Dicitonnaire National, page 339; marriage of Honoré Dany Danny and Catherine Brunet.