Jean-Baptiste Blais1,2

M, b. 10 February 1701
FatherPierre Blais3 b. 2 Feb 1673
MotherFrançoise Beaudoin3 b. 2 Jun 1676
Birth*Jean-Baptiste Blais was born on 10 February 1701 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.4
BaptismHe was baptized on 10 February 1701 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.4
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Jean-Baptiste and Marguerite Roy was signed on 8 June 1726 before Notary René Gachet.5,2
Marriage*Jean-Baptiste Blais married Marguerite Roy, daughter of Noël Roy and Marguerite Rabouin, on 13 June 1726 at Saint-Vallier, Quebec Province, Canada.1

Family

Marguerite Roy b. 9 Jul 1708
Jean-Baptiste and Marguerite Roy had two daughters (see Jetté).5

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 112, 113, 1020.
  2. [S119] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 16, page 29.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 112, 113.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 112.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 113.

Marguerite Roy1,2

F, b. 9 July 1708
FatherNoël Roy3
MotherMarguerite Rabouin3
Birth*Marguerite Roy was born on 9 July 1708 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.4
BaptismShe was baptized on 15 July 1708 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.4
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Marguerite and Jean-Baptiste Blais was signed on 8 June 1726 before Notary René Gachet.5,2
Marriage*Marguerite Roy married Jean-Baptiste Blais, son of Pierre Blais and Françoise Beaudoin, on 13 June 1726 at Saint-Vallier, Quebec Province, Canada.1

Family

Jean-Baptiste Blais b. 10 Feb 1701
Marguerite and Jean-Baptiste Blais had two daughters (see Jetté).5

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 112, 113, 1020.
  2. [S119] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 16, page 29.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 113, 1020.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 1020.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 113.

Marie-Françoise Blais1,2

F, b. circa 1703, d. November 1729
FatherPierre Blais3 b. 2 Feb 1673
MotherFrançoise Beaudoin3 b. 2 Jun 1676
Birth*Marie-Françoise Blais was born circa 1703 (date based on baptism.)
BaptismShe was baptized on 3 June 1703 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.4
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Françoise and Jean Tanguay was signed on 25 October 1722 at Berthier-en-bas, Quebec Province, Canada, before Notary Abel Michon. The witnesses for Jean were his father and mother, his uncle and aunt, Noël Lebrun-Carrier and Anne Brochu, his sister, Anne Tanguay, Elisabeth Lebrun, Joseph Cautron dit Larochelle, Françoise Bidet, Elisabeth Ginchereau and Marie Marceau. The witnesses for Françoise were her father and mother, her brother, Pierre, her sister, Anne, Jacques and Louis Beaudoin, Pierre Buteau, Michel Chartier and Xaintes Grondin.1,5
Marriage*Marie-Françoise Blais married Jean-Baptiste Tanguay, son of Jean Tanguay dit La Navette and Marie Brochu, in October 1722 (date based on marriage contract).3
Death*Marie-Françoise Blais died in November 1729 (date based on burial.)
Burial*She was buried on 4 November 1729 at Saint-Vallier, Quebec Province, Canada.1

Family

Jean-Baptiste Tanguay b. 11 May 1694
Marie-Françoise and Jean-Baptiste Tanguay had four children (see Jetté).1

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 1062.
  2. [S118] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 8, page 122.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 112, 1062.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 112.
  5. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 61.

Jean-Baptiste Tanguay1

M, b. 11 May 1694
FatherJean Tanguay dit La Navette2,3
MotherMarie Brochu2,3
Birth*Jean-Baptiste Tanguay was born on 11 May 1694 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.2
BaptismHe was baptized on 12 May 1694 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.2
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Jean and Françoise Blais was signed on 25 October 1722 at Berthier-en-bas, Quebec Province, Canada, before Notary Abel Michon. The witnesses for Jean were his father and mother, his uncle and aunt, Noël Lebrun-Carrier and Anne Brochu, his sister, Anne Tanguay, Elisabeth Lebrun, Joseph Cautron dit Larochelle, Françoise Bidet, Elisabeth Ginchereau and Marie Marceau. The witnesses for Françoise were her father and mother, her brother, Pierre, her sister, Anne, Jacques and Louis Beaudoin, Pierre Buteau, Michel Chartier and Xaintes Grondin.2,3
Marriage*Jean-Baptiste Tanguay married first, Marie-Françoise Blais, daughter of Pierre Blais and Françoise Beaudoin, in October 1722 (date based on marriage contract).4
Widowed*Jean-Baptiste Tanguay was widowed at age 35 by the death of his wife, Marie-Françoise in November 1729.2,5
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Jean-Baptiste and Marie Simard was signed on 28 August 1730 before Notary Joseph Jacob.2,5
Marriage*Jean-Baptiste Tanguay married second, Marie-Madeleine Simard, daughter of Joseph Simard dit Lombret and Marie Boivin, on 30 August 1730 at Beaupré, Quebec Province, Canada.6

Family 1

Marie-Françoise Blais b. circa 1703, d. Nov 1729
Jean-Baptiste and Marie-Françoise Blais had four children (see Jetté).2

Family 2

Marie-Madeleine Simard b. 26 Oct 1703

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 112, 1049, 1062.
  2. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 1062.
  3. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 61.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 112, 1062.
  5. [S118] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 8, page 122.
  6. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 1049, 1062.

Marie-Madeleine Simard1,2

F, b. 26 October 1703
FatherJoseph Simard dit Lombret3,4 b. circa 1674
MotherMarie Boivin3,4 b. 19 May 1685
Birth*Marie-Madeleine Simard was born on 26 October 1703 at Beaupré, Quebec Province, Canada.1
BaptismShe was baptized on 26 October 1703 at Beaupré, Quebec Province, Canada.1
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Marie and Jean-Baptiste Tardier was signed on 28 August 1730 before Notary Joseph Jacob.5,4
Marriage*Marie-Madeleine Simard married Jean-Baptiste Tanguay, son of Jean Tanguay dit La Navette and Marie Brochu, on 30 August 1730 at Beaupré, Quebec Province, Canada.3

Family

Jean-Baptiste Tanguay b. 11 May 1694

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 1049.
  2. [S353] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families corrections, page 35.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 1049, 1062.
  4. [S118] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 8, page 122.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 1062.

Louis Blais1

M, b. circa 1705
FatherPierre Blais1 b. 2 Feb 1673
MotherFrançoise Beaudoin1 b. 2 Jun 1676
Birth*Louis Blais was born circa 1705 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada, (date based on baptism.)1
BaptismHe was baptized on 29 September 1705 at Beaumont, Quebec Province, Canada.1

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 112.

Marie-Anne Blais1

F, b. circa 1708
FatherPierre Blais2,3 b. 2 Feb 1673
MotherFrançoise Beaudoin2,3 b. 2 Jun 1676
Birth*Marie-Anne Blais was born circa 1708 (date based on baptism.)
BaptismShe was baptized on 12 March 1708 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.1
(Witness) Marriage ContractShe witnessed the marriage contract of Jean Tanguay and her sister, Françoise Blais on 25 October 1722 at Berthier-en-bas, Quebec Province, Canada, before Notary Abel Michon.4,5
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Marie-Anne and Guillaume Lemieux was signed on 17 June 1726 before Notary Abel Michon.6,7
Marriage*Marie-Anne Blais married Guillaume Lemieux, son of Guillaume Lemieux and Louise Picard, on 17 June 1726 at Berthier, Quebec Province, Canada.2,8,9

Family

Guillaume Lemieux b. 24 May 1702
Marie-Anne and Guillaume Lemieux had three children (see Jetté).6

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 112.
  2. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 112, 709.
  3. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 127, 267.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 1062.
  5. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 61.
  6. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 709.
  7. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 267.
  8. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 127, 173, 248.
  9. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 267; cites Tangauy V, 328.

Guillaume Lemieux1,2

M, b. 24 May 1702
FatherGuillaume Lemieux3,4 b. 17 Nov 1648, d. Oct 1725
MotherLouise Picard3,5 b. circa 1659, d. 7 Mar 1717
Birth*Guillaume Lemieux was born on 24 May 1702 at Isle-aux-Grues, Quebec Province, Canada.6
BaptismHe was baptized on 1 June 1702 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.6
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Guillaume and Madeleine Bélanger was signed on 25 October 1723 before Notary Abel Michon. The witnesses for Guillaume were his father, Pierre Leclerc, curé of St-Vallier, Joseph Lemieux, his aunt and uncle, Jacques Couillard-Després, seigneur and his wife, Elisabeth Lemieux, his brother-in-law, Charles Bernier and his wife, Anne Lemieux (Guillaume's sister). The witnesses for Madeleine were her father and mother, her brother, Pierre Bélanger, sisters, Françoise and Marthe Bélanger and Eustache Fortin.7,8
Marriage*Guillaume Lemieux married first, Marie-Madeleine Bélanger, daughter of Louis Bélanger and Marguerite Lefrançois, on 25 October 1723 at L'Islet, Quebec Province, Canada.9,10
Widowed*Guillaume Lemieux was widowed at age 23 by the death of his wife, Marie-Madeleine in March 1726.7,11
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Guillaume and Marie-Anne Blais was signed on 17 June 1726 before Notary Abel Michon.7,12
Marriage*Guillaume Lemieux married second, Marie-Anne Blais, daughter of Pierre Blais and Françoise Beaudoin, on 17 June 1726 at Berthier, Quebec Province, Canada.13,14,15
(Witness) Marriage ContractGuillaume Lemieux witnessed the marriage contract of his brother-in-law, Augustin Blais and Geneviève Brochu on 12 November 1730 before Notary Abel Michon.16,17

Family 1

Marie-Madeleine Bélanger b. 10 Nov 1694, d. Mar 1726
Guillaume and Marie-Madeleine Bélanger had two children (see Jetté).7
Child

Family 2

Marie-Anne Blais b. circa 1708
Guillaume and Marie-Anne Blais had three children (see Jetté).7

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 76, 112, 708, 709.
  2. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 38, 44, 64, 69, 83, 85, 95, 100, 111, 115, 127, 173, 195, 248, 267.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 708, 709.
  4. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 38, 44, 64, 69, 267.
  5. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 38, 69, 267.
  6. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 708.
  7. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 709.
  8. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 69.
  9. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 76, 708, 709.
  10. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 69; Ce mariage a été célébré à L'Islet, le 25 octobre. Tanguay V, 328.
  11. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 85, 195, 267.
  12. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 267.
  13. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 112, 709.
  14. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 127, 173, 248.
  15. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 267; cites Tangauy V, 328.
  16. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 113.
  17. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 115.
  18. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 248.

Louise Picard1,2,3,4

F, b. circa 1659, d. 7 March 1717
FatherJean Picard5,6 b. circa 1635, d. Nov 1700
MotherMarie Caron5,6 d. 9 Jun 1660
Birth*Louise Picard was born circa 1659 (date based on baptism.)
BaptismShe was baptized on 29 September 1659 at Québec City, Quebec Province, Canada.7
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Louise and Louis Gaugner was signed on 4 September 1673 before Notary Paul Vachon.8,9,4
Marriage*Louise Picard married first, Louis Gagné sieur de LaFresnaye, son of Pierre Gasnier and Marguerite Rosée, on 4 October 1673 at Beaupre, Quebec Province, Canada.5
MarriageAnother source says Louise Picard married Louis Gagné sieur de LaFresnaye, son of Pierre Gasnier and Marguerite Rosée, on 4 October 1673 at Sainte-Anne du Nord, Quebec Province, Canada.3
MarriageAnother source says Louise Picard married Louis Gagné sieur de LaFresnaye, son of Pierre Gasnier and Marguerite Rosée, on 4 October 1673 at Sainte-Anne, Quebec Province, Canada.4
Widowed*Louise Picard was widowed by the death of her husband, Louis Gagné sieur de LaFresnaye in June 1698.10,11,4
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Louise and Guillaume Le Mieux was signed on 10 July 1699 before Notary François Genaple.12,11
Marriage*Louise Picard married second, Guillaume Lemieux, son of Pierre Lemieux and Marie Bénard, on 12 October 1699 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.10,4
Death*Louise Picard died on 7 March 1717 at Saint-Vallier, Quebec Province, Canada.13
Burial*She was buried on 8 March 1717 at Saint-Vallier, Quebec Province, Canada.13

Family 1

Louis Gagné sieur de LaFresnaye b. circa 1643, d. Jun 1698
Louise and Louis Gagné sieur de LaFresnaye had twelve children (see Jetté).8

Family 2

Guillaume Lemieux b. 17 Nov 1648, d. Oct 1725
Children
  • Marthe Lemieux12 b. circa 1700, d. 8 Dec 1704
  • Guillaume Lemieux+14,15 b. 24 May 1702
  • Augustin Lemieux12 b. 1 Jul 1705, d. before 27 Jul 1717

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 448, 708, 709, 911.
  2. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 38, 267.
  3. [S494] Roland J Auger, "Queries 1969-2", page 140.
  4. [S2841] Rev. Fr. Archange Godbout, "Ancestral Biographies", page 161; "Gasnier - Gagné - Gagnier", from Mémoires de la Sociéte Génealogique vol I pp 111ss.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 448, 911.
  6. [S494] Roland J Auger, "Queries 1969-2", page 140, 141.
  7. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 911.
  8. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 448.
  9. [S49] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaires volume 2, page 44.
  10. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 448, 708.
  11. [S38] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaires volume 7, page 135.
  12. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 708.
  13. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 273.
  14. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 708, 709.
  15. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 38, 69, 267.

Marie-Madeleine Bélanger1

F, b. 10 November 1694, d. March 1726
FatherLouis Bélanger2,3
MotherMarguerite Lefrançois2,3
Birth*Marie-Madeleine Bélanger was born on 10 November 1694 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.4
BaptismShe was baptized on 10 November 1694 at Cap-Saint-Ignace, Quebec Province, Canada.4
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Madeleine and Guillaume Lemieux was signed on 25 October 1723 before Notary Abel Michon. The witnesses for Guillaume were his father, Pierre Leclerc, curé of St-Vallier, Joseph Lemieux, his aunt and uncle, Jacques Couillard-Després, seigneur and his wife, Elisabeth Lemieux, his brother-in-law, Charles Bernier and his wife, Anne Lemieux (Guillaume's sister). The witnesses for Madeleine were her father and mother, her brother, Pierre Bélanger, sisters, Françoise and Marthe Bélanger and Eustache Fortin.5,3
Marriage*Marie-Madeleine Bélanger married Guillaume Lemieux, son of Guillaume Lemieux and Louise Picard, on 25 October 1723 at L'Islet, Quebec Province, Canada.1,6
Death*Marie-Madeleine Bélanger died in March 1726 at age 31 (date based on burial.)
Burial*She was buried on 16 March 1726 at Berthier, Quebec Province, Canada.5

Family

Guillaume Lemieux b. 24 May 1702
Marie-Madeleine and Guillaume Lemieux had two children (see Jetté).5
Child

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 76, 708, 709.
  2. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 76, 709.
  3. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 69.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 76.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 709.
  6. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 69; Ce mariage a été célébré à L'Islet, le 25 octobre. Tanguay V, 328.

Augustin Blais1,2

M, b. 8 November 1710
FatherPierre Blais3,2 b. 2 Feb 1673
MotherFrançoise Beaudoin3,4 b. 2 Jun 1676
Birth*Augustin Blais was born on 8 November 1710 at Berthier, Quebec Province, Canada.5
BaptismHe was baptized on 9 November 1710 at Berthier, Quebec Province, Canada.5
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Augustin and Geneviève Brochu was signed on 12 November 1730 before Notary Abel Michon. The witnesses for Augustin were his father, his uncles, Michel and Joseph Blais, his brother-in-law, Guillaume Lemieux, brother-in-law, Antoine Blais, his uncles, Jacques and Marc Beaudoin, Elisabeth Lepage, wife of Marc Beaudoin, his cousin, Pierre Guillemette, and Pierre and Joseph Beaudoin. The witnesses for Geneviève were her step-father, Jacques Greffard and her mother, Jean and Mathurin Brochu (her brothers), François de Lauverdière and his wife, Jeanne Plante, Pierre Plante and Angélique Havard (his wife). The contract says Michel is Augustin's uncle, but he doesn't have an uncle Michel, so I think it is probably his brother.6,4
Marriage*Augustin Blais married Geneviève Brochu, daughter of Jean Brochu and Marie-Françoise Delaunay, on 13 November 1730 at Berthier, Quebec Province, Canada.1,7

Family

Geneviève Brochu b. circa 1704

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 112, 113, 174.
  2. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 102, 115.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 112, 113.
  4. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 115.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 112.
  6. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 113.
  7. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 115; Ce mariage a été célébré à Berthier, le 13 novembre. Tanguay II, 302.

Geneviève Brochu1,2

F, b. circa 1704
FatherJean Brochu3,2 d. before 12 Nov 1730
MotherMarie-Françoise Delaunay4,2
Birth*Geneviève Brochu was born circa 1704 (date based on baptism.)
BaptismShe was baptized on 6 April 1704 at La Durantaye, Quebec Province, Canada.5
Marriage ContractA contract for the marriage of Geneviève and Augustin Blais was signed on 12 November 1730 before Notary Abel Michon. The witnesses for Augustin were his father, his uncles, Michel and Joseph Blais, his brother-in-law, Guillaume Lemieux, brother-in-law, Antoine Blais, his uncles, Jacques and Marc Beaudoin, Elisabeth Lepage, wife of Marc Beaudoin, his cousin, Pierre Guillemette, and Pierre and Joseph Beaudoin. The witnesses for Geneviève were her step-father, Jacques Greffard and her mother, Jean and Mathurin Brochu (her brothers), François de Lauverdière and his wife, Jeanne Plante, Pierre Plante and Angélique Havard (his wife). The contract says Michel is Augustin's uncle, but he doesn't have an uncle Michel, so I think it is probably his brother.4,2
Marriage*Geneviève Brochu married Augustin Blais, son of Pierre Blais and Françoise Beaudoin, on 13 November 1730 at Berthier, Quebec Province, Canada.1,6

Family

Augustin Blais b. 8 Nov 1710

Citations

  1. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 112, 113, 174.
  2. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 115.
  3. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 113, 174.
  4. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 113.
  5. [S352] René Jetté, Dictionary of Quebec Families, page 174.
  6. [S499] Inventory of Notaries in Canada, Notaries volume 22, page 115; Ce mariage a été célébré à Berthier, le 13 novembre. Tanguay II, 302.