Geneviève Bernier1,2

F, b. 20 September 1690, d. before 25 May 1716
FatherPierre Bernier dit De Paris3 b. 26 Jan 1659
MotherFrançoise Boulay3 b. 9 Aug 1674
Birth*Geneviève Bernier was born on 20 September 1690 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.4
BaptismShe was baptized on 21 September 1690 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.4
Marriage*She married Jean-Baptiste Gaudeau, son of Jean Gaudeau and Marie-Jeanne Roy, on 13 October 1710 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.1
Death*Geneviève Bernier died before 25 May 1716 at Michon, Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.5

Family

Jean-Baptiste Gaudeau b. 30 Aug 1682, d. 1722 or 1723
Geneviève and Jean-Baptiste Gaudeau had three sons (see Jetté).5

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 90, 471, 472.
  2. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 25, 57.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 90, 472.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 90.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 472.

Jean-Baptiste Gaudeau1

M, b. 30 August 1682, d. 1722 or 1723
FatherJean Gaudeau2 b. circa 1649, d. before 24 Apr 1687
MotherMarie-Jeanne Roy2 b. 15 Aug 1664
Birth*Jean-Baptiste Gaudeau was born on 30 August 1682 at Vincelot, Quebec Province, Canada.3
BaptismHe was baptized on 14 October 1682 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.3
Marriage*He married first, Geneviève Bernier, daughter of Pierre Bernier dit De Paris and Françoise Boulay, on 13 October 1710 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.4
Widowed*Jean-Baptiste Gaudeau was widowed by the death of his wife, Geneviève before 25 May 1716.5,6
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Jean and Françoise Richard was signed on 26 May 1716 before Notary Abel Michon. The witnesses for Jean were his father-in-law, Pierre Bernier and his mother. The witnesses for Françoise were, her father and mother, her brother, Pierre Richard, "Claude Guimont, beau-frère", her brother-in-law, Louis Bossé and Joseph Amiot de Vincelotte, seigneur. Françoise's first husband didn't have a brother Claude that was alive at this time. Perhaps, the Claude named was actually her first husband's father.6
Marriage*Jean-Baptiste Gaudeau married second, Marie-Françoise Richard, daughter of Pierre Richard and Françoise Miville, on 26 May 1716 at Michon, Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.7
Death*Jean-Baptiste Gaudeau died in 1722 or 1723.5

Family 1

Geneviève Bernier b. 20 Sep 1690, d. before 25 May 1716
Jean-Baptiste and Geneviève Bernier had three sons (see Jetté).5

Family 2

Marie-Françoise Richard b. 10 Aug 1692
Jean-Baptiste and Marie-Françoise Richard had five children (see Jetté).5

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 90, 472.
  2. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 471, 472.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 471.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 90, 471, 472.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 472.
  6. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 25.
  7. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 472, 546.

Marie-Françoise Richard1

F, b. 10 August 1692
FatherPierre Richard2,3 b. circa 1649, d. 13 Feb 1719
MotherFrançoise Miville2,3 b. 5 Jun 1663, d. 5 Dec 1727
Birth*Marie-Françoise Richard was born on 10 August 1692 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.4
BaptismShe was baptized on 11 August 1692 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.4
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Marie-Françoise and Louis Guimont was signed on 13 October 1713 before Notary Abel Michon. Witnesses for Louis were, his parents, his brother François, his half brother, Ignace Bouchard, his brother-in-laws, Louis Bossé and François Thibault and Ignace Amiot de Vincelotte. Witnesses for Françoise were her brothers, Jean and François Richard, her sisters, Madeleine and Geneviève Richard, her sister-in-law, Anne Gamache and Eustache Fortin and Jean Fournier.5,6
Marriage*Marie-Françoise Richard married first, Louis Guimond, son of Claude Guimond and Anne Roy, on 6 November 1713 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.1,7
Widowed*Marie-Françoise Richard was widowed by the death of her husband, Louis Guimond before 25 January 1716.5,8
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Françoise and Jean Gaudreau was signed on 26 May 1716 before Notary Abel Michon. The witnesses for Jean were his father-in-law, Pierre Bernier and his mother. The witnesses for Françoise were, her father and mother, her brother, Pierre Richard, "Claude Guimont, beau-frère", her brother-in-law, Louis Bossé and Joseph Amiot de Vincelotte, seigneur. Françoise's first husband didn't have a brother Claude that was alive at this time. Perhaps, the Claude named was actually her first husband's father.8
Marriage*Marie-Françoise Richard married second, Jean-Baptiste Gaudeau, son of Jean Gaudeau and Marie-Jeanne Roy, on 26 May 1716 at Michon, Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.9
Widowed*Marie-Françoise Richard was widowed by the death of her husband, Jean-Baptiste Gaudeau in 1722 or 1723.10,11
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Françoise and Thomas Caouette was signed on 20 April 1723 before Notary Abel Michon. The witnesses for Thomas were his father, François Lacroix and Jean Allaire de Saint-Joachim. The witnesses for Françoise were Pierre Bernier and Charles Chartier.12,11
Marriage*Marie-Françoise Richard married third, Thomas Caouet, son of Pierre Caouet and Anne Gaudreau, in April 1723 (date based on marriage contract).10

Family 1

Louis Guimond b. 5 Sep 1688, d. before 25 Jan 1716
Marie-Françoise and Louis Guimond had two sons (see Jetté).5

Family 2

Jean-Baptiste Gaudeau b. 30 Aug 1682, d. 1722 or 1723
Marie-Françoise and Jean-Baptiste Gaudeau had five children (see Jetté).13

Family 3

Thomas Caouet b. 10 Aug 1697
Marie-Françoise and Thomas Caouet had five children (see Jetté).12

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 472, 546, 982.
  2. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 546, 982.
  3. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 14, 25.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 982.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 546.
  6. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 14.
  7. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 14; Ce mariage a été célébré au Cap St-Ignace, le 6 novembre. Tanguay IV, 424.
  8. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 25.
  9. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 472, 546.
  10. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 196, 472.
  11. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 65.
  12. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 196.
  13. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 472.

Louis Guimond1,2

M, b. 5 September 1688, d. before 25 January 1716
FatherClaude Guimond3,4,2 b. circa 1661, d. 13 Feb 1738
MotherAnne Roy3,4,2 b. circa 1653, d. 1 Nov 1719
Birth*Louis Guimond was born on 5 September 1688 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.3
BaptismHe was baptized on 18 September 1688 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.3,2
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Louis and Marie-Françoise Richard was signed on 13 October 1713 before Notary Abel Michon. Witnesses for Louis were, his parents, his brother François, his half brother, Ignace Bouchard, his brother-in-laws, Louis Bossé and François Thibault and Ignace Amiot de Vincelotte. Witnesses for Françoise were her brothers, Jean and François Richard, her sisters, Madeleine and Geneviève Richard, her sister-in-law, Anne Gamache and Eustache Fortin and Jean Fournier.3,4
Marriage*Louis Guimond married Marie-Françoise Richard, daughter of Pierre Richard and Françoise Miville, on 6 November 1713 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.1,5
Death*Louis Guimond died a little before 25 Jan 1716 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.3

Family

Marie-Françoise Richard b. 10 Aug 1692
Louis and Marie-Françoise Richard had two sons (see Jetté).3

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 472, 546, 982.
  2. [S3072] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 2, page 507.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 546.
  4. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 14.
  5. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 14; Ce mariage a été célébré au Cap St-Ignace, le 6 novembre. Tanguay IV, 424.

Anne Roy1,2,3

F, b. circa 1653, d. 1 November 1719
FatherPierre Roy4,5,3
MotherAnne Fleury4,5,3
Birth*Anne Roy was born circa 1653.6,7
Kings Dau*She was a "fille du roi" (daughter of the king.)2,5,3
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Anne and Nicolas Bouchard was signed on 15 September 1670 before Notary Romain Becquet. She had a dowry of 350 pounds which included 50 pounds from the King. Neither Nicolas nor Anne were able to sign the contract.4,8,9,3
Marriage*Anne Roy married first, Nicolas Bouchard, son of Clément Bouchard and Louise Brillard, on 30 September 1670 at Sainte-Anne, Beaupré, Quebec Province, Canada. They recieved the King's gift of 50 livres after their marriage.10,11,12,13
Widowed*Anne Roy was widowed by the death of her husband, Nicolas Bouchard before 16 January 1684.14,5,3
Marriage*Anne Roy married second, Claude Guimond, son of Louis Guimond and Jeanne Bitouset, on 8 October 1685 at Québec City, Quebec Province, Canada.14,2,5,3
(Witness) Marriage ContractAnne Le Roy witnessed the marriage contract of her son, Louis Guimont and Marie-Françoise Richard on 13 October 1713 before Notary Abel Michon.15,16
Death*Anne Roy died on 1 November 1719 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.15,5,17
Burial*She was buried on 2 November 1719 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.15,18

Family 1

Nicolas Bouchard b. circa 1637, d. before 16 Jan 1684
Anne and Nicolas Bouchard had six children (see Jetté) (see Gagné's King's Daughters).4,3
Children
  • Agnès Bouchard19,3 b. circa Mar 1675
  • Élisabeth-Agnès Bouchard20,3 b. 6 Oct 1677
  • Pierre Bouchard21,3 b. 25 Nov 1679

Family 2

Claude Guimond b. circa 1661, d. 13 Feb 1738
Anne and Claude Guimond had six children (see Jetté) (see Gagné's King's Daughters).15,22
Child

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 133, 134, 439, 546, 836.
  2. [S2299] SFRSC, Chantilly, Virginia, La Société des Filles du roi et soldats du Carignan, Inc. (online http://www.fillesduroi.org), Filles du Roi; Roy, Anne, m. 1. Bouchard, Nicolas, Sep. 30, 1670, m. 2. Guimond, Claude, Oct. 8, 1685; accessed 23 Dec 2011.
  3. [S3072] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 2, page 507.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 133.
  5. [S45] Joy Courteau Reisinger and Elmer Courteau, King's Daughters, page 156.
  6. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 133; 1681 census age 26 (c 1653).
  7. [S3072] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 2, page 507; born about 1653.
  8. [S115] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaires volume 3, page 51.
  9. [S45] Joy Courteau Reisinger and Elmer Courteau, King's Daughters, page 156; dowry 350 pounds including 50 from king.
  10. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 133, 546; married 30 Sep 1670 Beaupré.
  11. [S2299] SFRSC, Chantilly, Virginia, La Société des Filles du roi et soldats du Carignan, Inc. (online http://www.fillesduroi.org), Filles du Roi; Roy, Anne, m. 1. Bouchard, Nicolas, Sep. 30, 1670, m. 2. Guimond, Claude, Oct. 8, 1685; accessed 23 Dec 2011; married 30 Sep 1670.
  12. [S45] Joy Courteau Reisinger and Elmer Courteau, King's Daughters, page 156; married 30 Sep 1670 Ste-Anne de Beaupre.
  13. [S3072] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 2, page 507; married 30 Sep 1670 Beaupré & recieved King's gift of 50 livres.
  14. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 133, 546.
  15. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 546.
  16. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 14.
  17. [S3072] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 2, page 508; died 1 Nov 1719.
  18. [S3072] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 2, page 508.
  19. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 133, 836.
  20. [S36] Rev Fr Christian Denissen, French Families 1701-1936, vol 1, page 133, 439.
  21. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 133, 134.
  22. [S3072] Peter Gagné, King's Daughters and Founding Mothers Vol 2, page 507, 508.

Pierre Richard1,2,3

M, b. circa 1649, d. 13 February 1719
FatherAntoine Richard4
MotherOlive Noël4
Birth*Pierre Richard was born circa 1649 (date based on age at death.)
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Pierre and Françoise Miville was signed on 3 November 1680 before Notary Pierre Duquet.4,2
Marriage*Pierre Richard married Françoise Miville, daughter of François Miville dit Le Suisse and Marie Langlois, on 6 November 1680 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.5
(Witness) Marriage ContractPierre Richard witnessed the marriage contract of Jean Gaudreau and his daughter, Françoise Richard on 26 May 1716 before Notary Abel Michon.6
Death*Pierre Richard died on 13 February 1719 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada, at age 70 years.4
Burial*He was buried on 13 February 1719 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.4

Family

Françoise Miville b. 5 Jun 1663, d. 5 Dec 1727
Pierre and Françoise Miville had twelve children (see Jetté).4
Children

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 546, 817, 982, 984.
  2. [S49] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaires volume 2, page 197.
  3. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 14, 25, 48.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 982.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 546, 982.
  6. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 25.
  7. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 982, 984.
  8. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 48.
  9. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 14, 25.

Françoise Miville1,2,3

F, b. 5 June 1663, d. 5 December 1727
FatherFrançois Miville dit Le Suisse4 b. circa 1634, d. 23 Nov 1711
MotherMarie Langlois4 b. 30 Sep 1646, d. 14 Aug 1687
Birth*Françoise Miville was born on 5 June 1663 at Québec City, Quebec Province, Canada.5
BaptismShe was baptized on 18 June 1663 at Québec City, Quebec Province, Canada.5
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Françoise and Pierre Richard was signed on 3 November 1680 before Notary Pierre Duquet.6,2
Marriage*Françoise Miville married Pierre Richard, son of Antoine Richard and Olive Noël, on 6 November 1680 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.7
(Witness) Marriage ContractFrançoise Miville witnessed the marriage contract of Jean Gaudreau and her daughter, Françoise Richard on 26 May 1716 before Notary Abel Michon.8
(Witness) Marriage ContractFrançoise Miville witnessed the marriage contract of her son, François Richard and Charlotte-Françoise Bernier on 30 October 1719 before Notary Abel Michon.9,10
Death*Françoise Miville died on 5 December 1727 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada, at age 64.6
Burial*She was buried on 6 December 1727 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.6

Family

Pierre Richard b. circa 1649, d. 13 Feb 1719
Twelve children (see Jetté.)6
Children

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 546, 817, 982, 984.
  2. [S49] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaires volume 2, page 197.
  3. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 14, 25, 48.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 817, 982.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 817.
  6. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 982.
  7. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 546, 982.
  8. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 25.
  9. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 984.
  10. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 48.
  11. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 982, 984.
  12. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 14, 25.

Thomas Caouet1

M, b. 10 August 1697
FatherPierre Caouet2,3
MotherAnne Gaudreau2,3
Birth*Thomas Caouet was born on 10 August 1697 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.2
BaptismHe was baptized on 11 August 1697 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.2
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Thomas and Françoise Richard was signed on 20 April 1723 before Notary Abel Michon. The witnesses for Thomas were his father, François Lacroix and Jean Allaire de Saint-Joachim. The witnesses for Françoise were Pierre Bernier and Charles Chartier.2,3
Marriage*Thomas Caouet married Marie-Françoise Richard, daughter of Pierre Richard and Françoise Miville, in April 1723 (date based on marriage contract).1

Family

Marie-Françoise Richard b. 10 Aug 1692
Thomas and Marie-Françoise Richard had five children (see Jetté).2

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 196, 472.
  2. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 196.
  3. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 65.

Marie-Madeleine Bernier1

F, b. 6 December 1692
FatherPierre Bernier dit De Paris2,3 b. 26 Jan 1659
MotherFrançoise Boulay2,3 b. 9 Aug 1674
Birth*Marie-Madeleine Bernier was born on 6 December 1692 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.4
BaptismShe was baptized on 6 December 1692 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.4
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Madeleine and Joseph Caron was signed on 13 February 1713 before Notary Abel Michon. The witnesses for Joseph were his brothers, François and Ignace and his uncle, Pierre Caron. The witness for Madeleine was the wife of Charles Bernier (Marie-Anne Lemieux). The acte was signed by Joseph Caron, Madeleine Bernier, François Caron, Ignace Caron and Jacques Bernier.5,3,6
Marriage*Marie-Madeleine Bernier married Joseph Caron, son of Robert Caron and Marguerite Cloutier, on 27 February 1713 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.1

Family

Joseph Caron b. 7 Apr 1686
Marie-Madeleine and Joseph Caron had eleven children (see Jetté).5

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 90, 199, 201.
  2. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 90, 201.
  3. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 11.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 90.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 201.
  6. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 11; Ce mariage a été célébré au Cap St-Ignace, le 27 fevrier. Tanguay, II, 550.

Joseph Caron1,2

M, b. 7 April 1686
FatherRobert Caron3,2 b. circa 1647, d. 29 Apr 1714
MotherMarguerite Cloutier3,2 b. 15 Feb 1656, d. before 1727
Birth*Joseph Caron was born on 7 April 1686 at Beaupré, Quebec Province, Canada.4
BaptismHe was baptized on 7 April 1686 at Beaupré, Quebec Province, Canada.4
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Joseph and Madeleine Bernier was signed on 13 February 1713 before Notary Abel Michon. The witnesses for Joseph were his brothers, François and Ignace and his uncle, Pierre Caron. The witness for Madeleine was the wife of Charles Bernier (Marie-Anne Lemieux). The acte was signed by Joseph Caron, Madeleine Bernier, François Caron, Ignace Caron and Jacques Bernier.5,2,6
Marriage*Joseph Caron married Marie-Madeleine Bernier, daughter of Pierre Bernier dit De Paris and Françoise Boulay, on 27 February 1713 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.1

Family

Marie-Madeleine Bernier b. 6 Dec 1692
Joseph and Marie-Madeleine Bernier had eleven children (see Jetté).5

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 90, 199, 201.
  2. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 11.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 199, 201.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 199.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 201.
  6. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 11; Ce mariage a été célébré au Cap St-Ignace, le 27 fevrier. Tanguay, II, 550.

Angélique Bernier1,2

F, b. 10 March 1695
FatherPierre Bernier dit De Paris1,2 b. 26 Jan 1659
MotherFrançoise Boulay1,2 b. 9 Aug 1674
Birth*Angélique Bernier was born on 10 March 1695 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.3
BaptismShe was baptized on 11 March 1695 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.3
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Angélique and François Morneau was signed on 11 October 1713 before Notary Louis Chambalon.4,2
Marriage*Angélique Bernier married François Morneau, son of Jean Morneau and Geneviève Tru, on 24 October 1713 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.1

Family

François Morneau b. 26 Aug 1682
Angélique and François Morneau had ten children (see Jetté).4

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 90, 840.
  2. [S2543] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaires volume 19, page 437.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 90.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 840.

François Morneau1,2,3

M, b. 26 August 1682
FatherJean Morneau4,2 d. before 11 Oct 1713
MotherGeneviève Tru4,2
Birth*François Morneau was born on 26 August 1682 at Batiscan, Quebec Province, Canada.4
BaptismHe was baptized on 30 August 1682 at Champlain, Quebec Province, Canada.4
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of François and Angélique Bernier was signed on 11 October 1713 before Notary Louis Chambalon.4,2
Marriage*François Morneau married Angélique Bernier, daughter of Pierre Bernier dit De Paris and Françoise Boulay, on 24 October 1713 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.1
(Witness) Marriage ContractFrançois Morneau witnessed the marriage contract of François Richard and his sister-in-law, Charlotte-Françoise Bernier on 30 October 1719 before Notary Abel Michon (the contract calls him uncle.)5,3

Family

Angélique Bernier b. 10 Mar 1695
François and Angélique Bernier had ten children (see Jetté).4

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 90, 840.
  2. [S2543] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaires volume 19, page 437.
  3. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 48.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 840.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 984.

Jacques Bernier1,2

M, b. 25 February 1697
FatherPierre Bernier dit De Paris3 b. 26 Jan 1659
MotherFrançoise Boulay3 b. 9 Aug 1674
Birth*Jacques Bernier was born on 25 February 1697 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.4
BaptismHe was baptized on 26 February 1697 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.4
(Witness) Marriage ContractHe witnessed the marriage contract of Joseph Caron and his sister, Madeleine Bernier on 13 February 1713 before Notary Abel Michon.5,6,7
(Witness) Marriage ContractJacques Bernier witnessed the marriage contract of François Richard and his sister, Charlotte-Françoise Bernier on 30 October 1719 before Notary Abel Michon.8,9
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Jacques and Élisabeth Guay was signed on 29 July 1720 at Lauzon, Quebec Province, Canada, before Notary Jean-Étienne Dubreuil.10
Marriage*Jacques Bernier married Élisabeth Guay, daughter of Michel Guay and Élisabeth Albert, in 1720.11

Family

Élisabeth Guay b. 15 Feb 1697
Jacques and Élisabeth Guay had five children (see Jetté).10

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 90, 534.
  2. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 48, 91.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 90, 91.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 90.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 201.
  6. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 11.
  7. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 11; Ce mariage a été célébré au Cap St-Ignace, le 27 fevrier. Tanguay, II, 550.
  8. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 984.
  9. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 48.
  10. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 91.
  11. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 90, 91, 534.