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From the book "A History of the Town of Chazy, Clinton County, New York"
compiled by Nell J.B. Sullivan and David K.Martin.  pub. 1970.

"...Although they are not listed here in the 1790 census, the Tromblys
are said to have settled in Chazy as early as 1786.* [Footnote says "It
seems more likely that they arrived here after 1790 rather than
before."} Laurent Bruno Trombly, the first of the name, was born at
Bay St. Paulnear Quebec on August 15th 1735. He served in the American Army
during the Revolution and was a pensioner and a recipient of bounty land
for his services. After the war, he returned to Canada and later, with
his wife and children, paddled in a canoe up the Richelieu River and
Lake Champlain as far as Chazy. He settled on a little point just south
of the site of Sax's stone store at the Landing, where he built a one
room log cabin. As long ago as 1898 there was no trace left of this
house. The assessment of 1798 credits him with 100 acres and a log house
next to Chandonet. The two Framboise families and Ayott were also his
neighbors. During the Indian Summer season there were also Indians who
camped on Wool's Point, Robarge's Point, and where Sam Rice now lives.
Bruno Trombly made the acquaintance of the Indians and hunted and fished
with them for many years. He died in Chazy in 1821. He had at least 11
children: John Baptist baptized August 13th 1776, Louis born January
1778, Olive baptized December 31st 1778, Bruno baptized June 14th 1779,
Francis baptized August 27th 1780, Jerome born 1782, Andrew Bruno born
1783, George born c. 1784, Antoine baptized September 12th 1784,
Lousette born 1788 and Joseph born 1789. Several of his sons served
during the War of 1812."
  JOHN BAPTIST TROMBLY married in 1803 Jane Marney, daughter of
Lewis Marney of Rouses Point, where they lived for two years before returning to Chazy.  At Chazy he built a two room log cabin and about 1827 a stone house next to it.  The stone house was a refuge for many of the defeated Canadian soldiers during the Patroit's War of 1837.  John B. Trombly died on December 5th 1848.  His children were: Antoine, Bruno, Louis, Josette, Lawrence, Amelia, Adeline, Mary, Julia, Jacob, and Edward.  Trombly Bay was named for this family.
   LOUIS TROMBLY, brother of John Baptist, married Victoria Marney and died on September 10th,1870, aged 91 years and 10 months.  She died November 15th 1868, aged 82.  They had: Mary, Victoria, Sophia born 1807, Eliza, and Charles.
    FRANCIS TROMBLY married Mary Gregware and died in March 1823.
He had: George, Jerome, and Olive.
    Another brother, JEROME TROMBLY, moved to Redford, New York.  He married in 1812 Margaret Hebert and died in 1861.  He had: Louis, Peter N., Flora, James, Maggie, and William.
   ANDREW BRUNO TROMBLY was a farmer in Chazy; he moved to Beekmantown, and about 1827 to Keeseville wehre he worked in a foundry.  He married Mary Anderson (1790-1870) and had: Margaret, Eleanor, Lucetta, Andrew, Charlotte,
Theodore, George, Clara, and Hariette.
   GEORGE TROMBLY lived in Chazy.  ANTOINE TROMBLY, his brother, went into company with William H. Saxe in the mercantile businesss in 1826 at the Landing.  He married (1) Mary __ and (2) in 1844 Almira Reynolds (1810-1886).
He had nine children.
   JOSEPH TROMBLY married Marie Carter and settled at Ellenburg where both of them died in 1857.

Plattsburgh TREMBLAY collection: 


Virginia DeMarce's Laurent Bruno TREMBLAY webpage at Worldconnect
                                  Pedigree Chart: f: Louis, f: Louis, f: Pierre

Trombly's Bay Roman Catholic Cemetery
Chazy, Clinton County, New York

More TREMBLAY history pages:
Pierre's Homestead in France:

Towns of Randonnai and Tourouvre in Normandy, France

Pierre Tremblay
# Born: 1626, Randonnai, Perche, France
# Married 2 Oct 1657, Notre Dame de Quebec City, Quebec, to Ozanne Jeanne Achon
# Died: 14 Apr 1687, L'Ange Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec
Maine, Perche was one of the 33 Provinces of France.
In Perche, Randonnai is a small town in the present Department of the Orne,
District of Mortagne, Canton of Tourouvre.
It was the birthplace of Pierre Tremblay, he who fathered a dynasty in the New World.
At Saint-Firmin de Normandel, on Tuesday 3 October 1623,
Philibert a Loys a Gallien Tremblay, a laborer from the parish of Randonnai,
and Jeanne Coignet, daughter of Jehan and of Barbe, agreed to be married.
Their son Pierre was born at Saint-Malo de Randonnai about 1626.
His brother Guillaume was born there too, on 16 November 1633, as was sister Marguerite,
eight years later. It was also there, that on 17 November 1642, Pierre saw his father take his last repose."

Immigrants on the Stained Glass Window



Town of Baie-Saint-Paul, Quebec in pictures


CHAZY, by Christina M Trombly  (former Chazy Town Historian)
Publisher: Portsmouth, NH : Arcadia, 2003. 
128 p. ;  photos
Series: Images of America

Cornell University Library
Location: Olin Library Call Number: F129.C493 .T74 2003  


Photos of Memorials to Pierre Tremblay 


Charlevoix Region near Quebec--photos and descriptions: