Pierre Picard

Pierre Picard

Updated Jan 15, 2000
Updated Aug 12, 2000
Expanded and Updated Nov 11, 2004
Surnames in CAPITALS indicate my husband's lineage.

Here is another line of Picards that I know about that came from France in the 1600's to New France. Some of the stories and information came from Jim Carten of the Acadian-Cajun mailing list. Additional stories have come from the Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online. When I went through my database using Rene Jette's Dictionnaire généalogique des familles du Québec : des origines à 1730 (Jetté), this family greatly expanded. Additional information has also come from Father Eloi Gerard Talbot's Généalogie des familles originigaires des comtés de Montmagny, L'Islet, Bellechase (Talbot); and the on-line l'Abbe Cyprien Tanguay's Dictionnaire généalogique des familles canadiennes depuis la fondation de la colonie jusqu'à nos jours (Tanguay). More details from Tanguay, as well as from Programme de recherche en démographie historique (PRDH) occur where individuals of the Pierre Picard family overlap with individuals of the Philippe Destroismaisons family.

Limited marriage infomation has come from the Institut généalogique Drouin's Répertoire alphabétique des mariages des Canadiens français, 1760-1935 (Blue Drouin); Répertoire alphabétique des mariages des Canadiens français, 1760-1935 : ordre féminin (Blue Drouin - feminin); and Dictionnaire national des Canadiens français, 1608-1760 (Red Drouin) as posted by Best Bill and others to the Quebec-Research-L@rootsweb.com mailing list. Where some spouses have Acadian connections, Stephen White's Dictionnaire généalogique des familles Acadiennes : Première Partie 1636 à 1714 (SWhite) was used. Additional information has been added by references cited by members of the Quebec-Research-L@rootsweb.com, Acadian-Cajun-L@rootsweb.com, and Picard-L@rootsweb.com, as well as from contacts with members of this family.

Check out the (my NOTE: NOT UPDATED YET!) 8 generation outline.

Descendants of Picard Picard

Generation No. -1

-1. Joachim-1 Picard died.

More About Joachim Picard:
Occupation: avocat

Child of Joachim Picard is:
 + 1   i. Pierre1 Picard, born Abt. 1610; died May 20, 1676 in Quebec, Quebec.

Generation No. 1

1. Pierre1 Picard (Joachim-1) was born Abt. 1610, and died May 20, 1676 in Quebec, Quebec. He married Renee deSuronne May 18, 1630 in Clecy, Normandie, France, daughter of Euguerrand deSuronne. She was born Abt. 1616, and died Nov 29, 1677 in Beaupre, Quebec.

Notes for Pierre Picard:

Source PRDH:
Pioneer file: PIERRE PICARD
Status(es): Immigrant
Birth: around 1610 Vaucelles, ev Bayeux, Normandie (today: ar Bayeux, Calvados)
First marriage: 1630 France with RENEE DESURANNE

Source Belanger Genforum:
Pierre Picard dit Lepicard, qui fut syndic du Cap Tourmente.
Pierre Picard adjoint du Cap-Tourmente (Relation des Jésuites 1653 38 : 182-184)
(My NOTE: I am unsure that this info applies to this Pierre Picard. Pierre Picard, husband of Renee deSuronne, appears to be the only Pierre Picard in Nouvelle France by 1653. Jette's Dictionnaire identifies that he is cited in the records of Quebec, Quebec on Jul 11, 1654.)

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 481:
I.----PICARD, Pierre, boulanger, b 1616; s 20 mai 1676, a Quebec.
SURONNE, Renee, b 1616; s 7 dec 1677, dans l'eglise, a Ste. Anne.
Enfant: Jean

Source "The Hero Family"
* Vol III, pg 178:
"In 1651, the few property owners on the Beaupre coast, today Sainte-Anne, were Louis Gagne, Claude Bouchard, Julien Fortin, Pierre Picard and Etienne Racine."

Source Jette:
* pg 911:
PICARD, Pierre (Joachim, avocat, & ...) de Vaucelles, ar et ev Bayeux, Normandie (Calvados); d 20 s 21-05-1676 Quebec (66 ans); 50 ans au rec 66, 60 ans au rec 67, a Beaupre; cité 11-07-1654 Quebec.
m 18-05-1630 Clecy, Normandie (Calvados)
SURONNE (de), Renee (Euguerrand & ...) de Clecy; d 29-11 s 07-12-1677 Beaupre; 50 ans aux rec 66 et 67.
Enfant: Jean (vers 1635) m Marie Caron.

More About Pierre Picard:
Date born 2: Abt. 1607
Date born 3: Abt. 1616
Origin: de Vaucelles, Bayeux, Normandie, France
Cited: Jul 11, 1654, Quebec, Quebec
Census 1666: Beaupre, Quebec
Census 1667: Beaupre, Quebec
Occupation: boulanger
Burial 1: May 21, 1676, Quebec, Quebec
Burial 2: May 20, 1676, Quebec, Quebec

More About Renee deSuronne:
Aka: Renee Suronne
Name 2: Renee deSuranne
Date born 2: Abt. 1617
Origin: de Clecy, Normandie, France
Census 1666: Beaupre, Quebec
Census 1667: Beaupre, Quebec
Burial: Dec 07, 1677, Ste. Anne de Beaupre, Quebec

More About Pierre Picard and Renee deSuronne:
Marriage 2: Abt. 1629, Vaucelles, Normandie, France

Child of Pierre Picard and Renee deSuronne is:
 + 2   i. Jean2 Picard, born Abt. 1635; died Abt. Nov 1700.

Generation No. 2

2. Jean2 Picard (Pierre1, Joachim-1) was born Abt. 1635, and died Abt. Nov 1700. He married (1) Marie Caron Jul 28, 1656 in Quebec, Quebec, daughter of Robert CARON and Marie CREVET. She died Jun 09, 1660 in Quebec, Quebec. He married (2) Marie Madeleine Gagnon Nov 18, 1663 in Chateau Richer, Quebec, daughter of Mathurin Gagnon and Francoise Godeau. She was born Jun 26, 1650 in Quebec, Quebec, and died Sep 22, 1680 in basse ville de Quebec, Quebec. He married (3) Marie Anne Fortin Jan 1683 in chapelle du Cap Tourmente, Quebec, daughter of Julien FORTIN dit BELLEFONTAINE and Genevieve GAMACHE dit LaMARRE. She was born Mar 01, 1666 in Chateau Richer, Quebec, and died Abt. Dec 1702.

Notes for Jean Picard:

Source PRDH:
Pioneer Files: JEAN PICARD
Status(es): Immigrant
Birth: 1635-11-13 la villette, ev. bayeux, normandie (ar. caen, calvados)
First marriage: 1656 Québec with MARIE CARON
Second marriage: 1663 Château-Richer with MARIE MADELEINE GAGNON
Third marriage: 1683 Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré with MARIE ANNE FORTIN BELLEFONTAINE

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 481, sous Pierre Picard et Renee Suronne:
Jean, b 1634; 1 m 28 juillet 1656, a Marie Caron; 2 m 18 nov 1663, a Marie Madeleine Gagnon, au Chateau Richer; 3 m 1683, a Marie Anne Fortin; s 29 nov. 1700.
* Vol 1, pg 481, sous 1656, (28 juillet) Quebec:
II.----PICARD, Jean [Pierre I.], s 29 nov 1700.
1st CARON, Marie [Robert I.], s 10 juin 1660.
Enfant: Louise
* Vol 1, pg 481, sous 1663, (18 novembre) Chateau Richer.
2nd GAGNON, Marie Madeleine(1) [Mathurin I.], s 12 sep 1680, a Quebec.
(1) Inhumee dans la chapelle du Tiers-Ordre de St. Francois, joignant Peglise des RR. PP. Recollets.
Enfants: Jean, Felicite, Anne, Madeleine, Agnes, Pierre, et Marie Anne
* Vol 1, pg 481
3rd FORTIN, Marie Anne(2) [Julien I.]
Enfants: Marie Catherine et Joseph Jean
(2) Elle epouse, le 7 janv. 1702, Etienne Mirambault, a Quebec.
* Vol 6, pg 344, sous 1656, (28 juillet) Quebec:
II.----PICARD(1), Jean, b 1634, s 29 nov. 1700. [Pierre I]
1st CARON, Marie, s 10 juin 1660. [Robert]
(1) Voy. vol I, pg 481.
* Vol 6, pg 344, sous 1663, (18 nov) Chateau Richer:
2nd GAGNON, Marie Madeleine, b 1650, s 12 sept. 1680. [Mathurin I]
* Vol 6, pg 344, sous 1683:
3rd FORTIN, Marie Anne. [Julien I]
Enfant: Marie Catherine.

Source Talbot:
1-Jean 28-7-1656 Marie Caron Quebec 2
Marriages of children listed: Louise

Source "The Hero Family"
* Vol II, page 123:
"During the period from 1656 to 1660, the Irouois were marauding up and down the Beaupre coast. Many families were forced to evacuate to Chateau-Richer, among whom were the Robert Carons, the Jean Picards and the Claude Bouchards."
* Vol I, page 149:
"On 10 December 1659, in the presence of Father LeMercier, Monsieur Jean Picard, Warden of the Church of Sainte-Anne of the Petit Cap, presented a financial report." (my NOTE: is this also this Jean Picard? He appears to be about the first Jean Picard in Nouvelle France, although there are at least two others later indentified in Nouvelle France, who could have been here this early: a soldier who died at Trois Rivieres in 1676 at age 40, and Jean Picard, husband of Anne Gauthier, who was cited at Quebec, Quebec in 1668.)

Source Quebec-Research-L:
from La Population du Canada en 1666, recensement reconstitue Marcel Trudel, pg 207:
Picard, Jean, fils de Pierre, b 13 nov 1635, origine Normandie
ep l : Caron, Marie, decedee
fille Louise, b 29 sept 1659, origine Quebec
ep II : Gagnon, Marie Madeleine, n 26 juin, b 4 juil 1650, origine Quebec
fils Jean, n 4 b 8 nov 1665

Source Jette:
* pg 911, sous Pierre Picard et Renee deSuronne:
1. Jean n vers 1635, 32 ans aux rec 66 et 67, 46 ans au rec 81, 67 ans en 1700, m 1656 Marie CARON.
* pg 911:
PICARD ou LEPICARD, Jean (Pierre & Renee deSURONNE) s 29-11-1700 Quebec; au rec 66, a Beaupre; au rec 81, a la basse ville Quebec; marchand bourgeois
1m 28-07-1656 Quebec (ct 15-06 Aubert)
CARON, Marie (Robert & Marie CREVET) d 09 s 10-06-1660 Quebec.
Enfant: Louis (1659) m Louis Gagne.
2m 18-11-1663 Chateau Richer (ct 07-10 Aubert)
GAGNON, Marie Madeleine (Mathurin & Francoise GODEAU) d 22 basse ville s 23-09-1680 Quebec.
Enfants: Jean (1665-avant 1666); Felicite (1666) m Noel LeBlanc; Anne (1669) m Vital Oriot; Madeleine (1672-1691); Agnes (1674-apres 1696; religieuse); Pierre (1667-1725); et Marie Anne (1680) m Jacques Barbel.
3m janvier 1683 Beaupre (m a la chapelle du Cap Tourmente) (ct 12-01-1683 Aubert)
FORTIN, Marie Anne (Julien & Genevieve GAMACHE) rem 1701 Etienne MIRAMBEAU.
Enfants: Marie Catherine (1691) m Etienne Veron; et Joseph Jean (1694) m Marie Louise Reiche.

Source Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online:
HAZEUR, FRANCOIS, ...
"... Hazeur had also retained important interests in the fur trade. On 22 Oct 1693, he formed an association with La Chesnaye, Charles Macard, Jean Le Picard, Francois Viennay Pachot, and Jean Gobin, which acquired the lease of the Tadouassc trade from a Paris bourgeois named Jean Francois Chalmette. In 1700, the ownership of the Tadoussac domain passed to the newly formed Compagnie de la Colonie of which Hazeur had become a shareholder." (my NOTE: was this Jean Picard? In addition to this Jean and Jean, husband of Anne Gauthier mentioned above, by 1693, there was also Jean Picard, husband of Marie Madeleine Sabourin, as well as the Jean Gabriel Picard, son of Hugues Picard. Of these, it is this Jean that is most commonly referred to as "LePicard". In addition, Jette's Dictionnaire identifies that Jean Picard was a 'marchand bourgeois'.)

More About Jean Picard:
Aka: Jean LePicard
Date born 2: Abt. 1633
Date born 3: Abt. 1634
Baptism: Nov 13, 1635, LaVillette, Bayeux, Normandie, France
Census 1666: Beaupre, Quebec
Census 1681: basse ville de Quebec, Quebec
Occupation: marchand bourgeois
Died 2: Nov 29, 1700, Quebec, Quebec
Died 3: 1714
Burial: Nov 29, 1700, Quebec, Quebec

Notes for Marie Caron:

Source Carten:
From "Morts Trgiques et Vilents", pg 87-88 (also noted in the Journal des Jesuits and in the Histoire du Canada by Ferland):
"In the beginning of Jun 1660, 8 turncoat Hurons, before going over to the Iroquois and to deny their faith canoed over to the Beaupre Coast with the intention of surprising one of the residents. They had been living at the fort on Ile d'Orleans. At. St. Anne, Marie was captured on Jun 4, 1660. The house she was living on was on land that still belongs to descendants of the Robert Caron family and is about 1 mile about the church of St. Anne du Petit Cap. Marie had been at home with the 4 children while the others were out working in the fields. The Hurons went ashore, sure that no one was spying on them. They pilaged the house and dragged Marie and the children down to the canoe. News of the capture spread quickly to Quebec and d'Argenson sent a troop of French and Algonquins to block their passage through Quebec. The Algonquins set up an ambush at Pt. Levy. The wary Hurons hid out during the day. The second evening, the Hurons went up river, hanging close to the cliffs of Pt. Levy. Tha Algonquins saw them, but let them approach. After they passed, the Algonquins fired a massive charge with their muzzleloaders and jumped into the water. On short notice, they mastered the Hurons. Two of the Hurons were killed and 2 or 3 injured. Unfortunately, Marie had raised her head upon hearing friendly voices and was hit in the head with a bullet. One of the children was killed also. Marie was transported to the hospital in Quebec, but died 3 or 4 days later. Of the remaining Hurons, the youngest (age 15) was released. 3 were burned in Quebec and 2 were burned in Trois Rivieres."

Source "The Hero Family":
* Vol Vi page 69:
"Marie (daughter of Robert Caron) 1639-1660 married Jean Picard in 1656. She met a tragic death in early June of 1660, a victim of Hurom renegades in quest of plunder on the Beaupre coast. Masquerading as Iroquois, they carried off the young wife, he daughter Louise and three other children in her care. The thieves were overtaken and surprised by the Franch and some Algonquins at Pointe-Levis. Marie and one of her charges were killed in the skirmish which followed. Little Louise escapted the massacre and was entrusted to the care of her grandfather Pierre Picard. As for Jean Picard, he remarried twice and had several children from each of his last two wives."

Source Quebec-Research-L:
Je Me Souviens, Vol 21, No 1, Spring 1998, p. 65, has the story of Marie taken from "Nos Racines" by MOQUIN, Yves ed, Quebec: Les Editions Transmo Inc., 1979, p. 141.
The story of Marie's capture and death can be found in "Portraits des familles pionnieres" by Robert Prevost(in french).

Source http://puffin.creighton.edu/jesuit/relations/
from Travels and Explorations of the Jesuit Missionaries in New France 1610 - 1791:
1660, JUNE - On the 1st, father Mercier came back from his mission of Beaupré, and on the 5th he returned thither. On the same day, the fifth, a Canoe of 8 Iroquois, or rather Iroquoised Hurons, carried off picar's wife, with 4 Children, at the petit Cap. They were discovered on the same Day, at 10 o'clock at night, while they were passing point de Levi, by about 20 Montagnais or Algonquains, accompanied by 8 Frenchmen. The woman was dangerously wounded. of the 8 Iroquois, 3 were drowned and 5 brought in alive; of these, 3 [page 155] were burned here, one was given to 3 rivers, and the other was spared his life.

Source Jette:
* pg 199, sous Robert Caron et Marie Crevet:
1. Marie n ... m 1656 Jean PICARD.

More About Marie Caron:
Aka: Marie Anne Caron
Date born 2: Abt. 1639
Burial: Jun 10, 1660, Quebec, Quebec
Cause of Death: killed during capture by the Hurons

Marriage Notes for Jean Picard and Marie Caron:

Source Loiselle:
Jean Picard married Marie Caron July 28, 1656 at Quebec City; June 15, 1656 by Notary Aubert
Jean parents were Pierre Picard and Renee de Suronne
Marie parents were Robert Caron and Marie Crevet

More About Jean Picard and Marie Caron:
Marriage 2: Nov 16, 1656, Notre Dame de Quebec, Quebec
Marriage contract: Jun 15, 1656, notaire: Aubert

Notes for Marie Madeleine Gagnon:

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 481, Tanguay has the following footnote for Marie Madeleine:
(1) Inhumee dans la chapelle du Tiers-Ordre de St. Francois, joignant Peglise des RR. PP. Recollets.

Source Jette:
* pg 452, sous Mathurin Gagnon et Francoise Godeau:
2. Marie Madeleine n 26-06 b 04-07-1650 Quebec m 1663 Jean PICARD.

More About Marie Madeleine Gagnon:
Date born 2: Jul 04, 1650, Quebec, Quebec
Baptism: Jul 04, 1650, Quebec, Quebec
Census 1666: Beaupre, Quebec
Died 2: Sep 12, 1680
Burial 1: Sep 23, 1680, dans la chapelle du Tiers Ordre de St. Francois, Quebec, Quebec
Burial 2: Sep 12, 1680, dans la chapelle du Tiers Ordre de St. Francois, Quebec, Quebec

More About Jean Picard and Marie Madeleine Gagnon:
Marriage contract: Oct 07, 1663, notaire: Aubert

Notes for Marie Anne Fortin:

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 481, Tanguay has the following footnote for Marie Anne:
(2) Elle epouse, le 7 janv. 1702, Etienne Mirambault, a Quebec.

Source "The Hero Family"
* Vol III, page 219:
"On his (Jean Prou) return to Quebec, Marie-Anne Fortin, widow of Jean Picard, a provisions merchant, was waiting for him. She demanded, before the notary Chambelon, that he pay his debt of 700 livres and 16 sou for provisions furnished, which he admitted owing her."

Source Jette:
* pg 431, sous Julien Fortin dit Bellefontaine et Geneveive Gamache dit Lamarre:
7. Marie Anne n et b 01-03-1666 Chateau Richer m 1683 Jean PICARD.

More About Marie Anne Fortin:
Aka: Marie Anne Fortin dit Bellefontaine:
Name 2: Anne Fortin
Date born 2: Mar 01, 1665, Chateau Richer, Quebec
Date born 3: May 01, 1666, Chateau Richer, Quebec
Baptism: Mar 01, 1666, Chateau Richer, Quebec
Died 2: Dec 28, 1702, Quebec, Quebec
Burial: Dec 28, 1702, Quebec, Quebec

More About Jean Picard and Marie Anne Fortin:
Marriage contract: Jan 12, 1683, notaire: Aubert
Marriage recorded: Beaupre, Quebec
Marriage 2: 1683, Ste. Anne de Beaupre, Quebec

Child of Jean Picard and Marie Caron is:
 + 3   i. Louise3 Picard, born Abt. 1659; died Mar 07, 1717 in St. Vallier, Quebec.

Children of Jean Picard and Marie Madeleine Gagnon are:
   4   i. Jean3 Picard, born Nov 04, 1665 in Chateau Richer, Quebec; died Bef. 1666.

Notes for Jean Picard:
Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 481, sous Jean Picard et Marie Madeleine Gagnon:
Jean b 8 nov. 1665.

Source Jette:
* pg 911, sous Jean Picard et Marie Madeleine Gagnon:
1. Jean n 04 b 08-11-1665 Chateau Richer, d avant rec 66.

More About Jean Picard:
Baptism: Nov 08, 1665, Chateau Richer, Quebec

 + 5   ii. Felicite Picard, born Nov 01, 1666 in Beaupre, Quebec; died.
 + 6   iii. Anne Picard, born Dec 25, 1669 in Chateau Richer, Quebec; died.
   7   iv. Madeleine Picard, born Jul 02, 1672 in Beaupre, Quebec; died Abt. Nov 1691.

Notes for Madeleine Picard:
Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 481, sous Jean Picard et Marie Madeleine Gagnon:
Madeleine, b 12 juillet 1672; s 10 nov. 1691.

Source Jette:
* pg 911, sous Jean Picard et Marie Madeleine Gagnon:
4. Madeleine n 02 b 13-07-1672 Beaupre s 10-11-1691 Quebec.

More About Madeleine Picard:
Baptism 1: Jul 13, 1672, Beaupre, Quebec
Baptism 2: Jul 12, 1672, Beaupre, Quebec
Burial: Nov 10, 1691, Quebec, Quebec

   8   v. Agnes Picard, born Oct 09, 1674 in Beaupre, Quebec; died.

Notes for Agnes Picard:
Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 481, sous Jean Picard et Marie Madeleine Gagnon:
Agnes, b 10 oct. 1674.

Source Jette:
* pg 911, sous Jean Picard et Marie Madeleine Gagnon:
5. Agnes n 09 b 10-10-1674 Beaupre; religieuse Hotel Dieu Montreal 1696.

More About Agnes Picard:
Baptism: Oct 10, 1674, Beaupre, Quebec
Occupation: 1696, religieuse, Hotel Dieu de Montreal

   9   vi. Pierre Picard, born Oct 22, 1677 in Beaupre, Quebec; died Abt. Oct 1725.

Notes for Pierre Picard:
Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 481, sous Jean Picard et Marie Madeleine Gagnon:
Pierre, b 23 oct 1677; ordonne 29 oct 1702; s 12 oct 1725.

Source Jette:
* pg 911, sous Jean Picard et Marie Madeleine Gagnon:
6. Pierre n 22 b 23-10-1677 Beaupre d 12-10-1725 Quebec; pretre 29-10-1702.

More About Pierre Picard:
Baptism: Oct 23, 1677, Beaupre, Quebec
Burial: Oct 12, 1725, Beaupre, Quebec
Ordination: Oct 29, 1702

 + 10   vii. Marie Anne Picard, born Sep 14, 1680 in Quebec, Quebec; died Aug 10, 1717 in Quebec, Quebec.

Children of Jean Picard and Marie Anne Fortin are:
 + 11   i. Marie Catherine3 Picard, born May 07, 1691 in Quebec, Quebec; died Feb 08, 1719 in Quebec, Quebec.
 + 12   ii. Joseph Jean Picard, born Sep 20, 1695 in Quebec, Quebec; died Jul 27, 1727 in Quebec, Quebec.

Generation No. 3

3. Louise3 Picard (Jean2, Pierre1, Joachim-1) was born Abt. 1659, and died Mar 07, 1717 in St. Vallier, Quebec. She married (1) Louis Gagne dit Belleavance, sr de LaFresnaye Oct 04, 1673 in Ste. Anne de Beaupre, Quebec, son of Pierre Gagne and Marguerite Rosee. He was born Abt. 1643, and died Abt. Jun 1698. She married (2) Guillaume LeMieux Oct 12, 1699 in St. Ignace du Cap St. Ignace, Quebec, son of Pierre LeMIEUX and Marie BENARD. He was born Nov 17, 1648 in La Nativite de Notre Dame de Beauport, Quebec, and died Abt. Oct 1725.

Notes for Louise Picard:

Source Family Contacts:
Louise was born Sep 29, 1659, so she would have been only a little over 8 months old when her mother died during the capture by the Hurons. Louise survived the Huron massacre and was entrusted into the care of her grandfather, Pierre Picard.

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 481, sous Jean Picard et Marie Caron:
Louise, b 29 sept. 1659; 1 m 4 oct 1673, a Louis Gagne, a Ste. Anne; 2 m 12 oct 1699, a Guillaume Lemieux, au Cap St. Ignace.

Source Talbot:
2-Louise 4-10-1673 Louis Gagne Quebec
" 12-10-1699 Guillaume Lemieux C. S. Ignace

Source Jette:
* pg 911, sous Jean Picard et Marie Caron:
1. Louise b 29-09-1659 Quebec m 1673 Louis GAGNE,

More About Louise Picard:
Aka: Louise LePicard
Date born 2: Sep 29, 1659, Notre Dame de Quebec, Quebec
Baptism 1: Sep 29, 1659, Notre Dame de Quebec, Quebec
Baptism 2: Aug 29, 1659, Notre Dame de Quebec, Quebec
Census 1666: Beaupre, Quebec
Cited: Sep 08, 1711, marraine de Philippe Chartier; Berthier en Bas, Quebec
Burial: Mar 08, 1717, St. Vallier, Quebec
Estate Inventoried: Jul 27, 1717, notaire: Michon

Notes for Louis Gagne dit Belleavance, sr de LaFresnaye:

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 245, sous Pierre Gasnier et Marguerite Rosee:
Louis, b... , m 4 oct 1673, a Louise Picard, a Ste. Anne; s 24 juin 1698.
* Vol 1, pg 245, sous 1673 (4 octobre) Ste. Anne du nord:
II.----GAGNE(1), Louis, s 24 juin 1698, a Quebec [Pierre I.]
PICARD, Louise (2) [Jean II]
(1) dit Bellevance, sieur de Frenais.
(2) elle epouse, 12 octobre 1699, a Guillaume Lemieux, au Cap St. Igance.
Enfants: Marie Anne, Alexis, Dorothee, Louise, Louis, Marie Anne, Genevieve, Pierre, anonyme, Jean Eustache, Joseph, et Louise.

Source Jette:
* pg 448, sous Pierre Gagne et Marguerite Rosee:
3. Louis b 28-01-1643 St Come de Vair m 1673 Louise PICARD.
* pg 448:
GAGNE, sieur de LA FRESNAYE et dit BELLEAVANCE, Louis (Pierre & Marguerite Rosee) s 24-06-1698 Quebec (du Cap St Ignace); au rec 81, au Cap St Ignace; concession de la seigneurie Gamache avec Nicolas Gamache 03-11-1672, augmentee 03-09-1675, partagee 01-00-1689 (il garde la partie ouest ou fief Lafresnaye), heritee par son fils Alexis.
m 04-10-1673 Beaupre (ct 04-09 Vachon)
PICARD, Louise (Jean & Marie Caron) rem 1699 Guillaume Lemieux
Enfants: Marie Anne (1673-1685); Louise (1676-1677); Alexis (1680) m Catherine Cloutier; Dorothee (1682-1685); Louis (1684-1685); Marie Anne 91688) m Guillaume Blanchet; Pierre (1693) m Genevieve Fournier; anonyme masculin (1695-1695); Jean Eustache (1696-1696); et Joseph (1697-1697).

More About Louis Gagne dit Belleavance, sr de LaFresnaye:
Aka: Louis Gagne
Name 2: Louis Gagne Belavance
Name 3: Louis Gagnier dit Belavance
Name 4: Louis Gagne dit Bellevnace, sr de LaFrenais
Name 5: Louis Gaigne
Date born 2: Jan 28, 1643, Quebec, Quebec
Date born 3: Jan 28, 1643, St. Come de Vair, Mamers, Le Mans, Maine, France
Baptism: Jan 28, 1643, St. Come de Vair, Mamers, Le Mans, Maine, France
Census 1681: Cap St. Ignace, Quebec
Property: 1672, concession de la seigneurie Gamache
Property: 1675, augmentee la seigneurie Gamache
Property: 1689, partagee la seigneuire Gamache; il garde la partie ouest (fief Lafresnaye)
Location: 1698, de Cap St. Ignace, Quebec
Died 2: Jun 24, 1698, Notre Dame de Quebec, Quebec
Burial: Jun 24, 1698, Notre Dame de Quebec, Quebec

More About Louise Picard and Louis Gagne dit Belleavance, sr de LaFresnaye:
Marriage contract: Sep 04, 1673, notaire: Vachon
Marriage 2: Oct 04, 1673, Ste. Anne du nord, Quebec

Notes for Guillaume LeMieux:

Source Jette:
* pg 707, sous Pierre LeMieux et Marie Benard:
1. Guillaume n 17 Beauport b id 21-11-1648 Quebec m 1669 Elisabeth LANGLOIS.
* pg 708:
LEMIEUX, Guillaume (Pierre & Marie BENARD) s 15-10-1725 Berthier; au rec 66, a l'Ile d'Orleans, engage au mois de Jean PELLETIER; au rec 81, a l'Ile aux Oies.
1m 15-12-1669 Quebec (m a Beauport) (ct 28-11 Fillion)
LANGLOIS, Elisabeth (veuve Louis COTE) d 18 Ile aux Grues s 19-11-1696 Cap St Ignace.
Enfants: Guillaume (1670-apres 1681); Elisabeth (1672) m Jacques Couillard; Pierre (1673-apres 1681); Joseph (1675-apres 1681); Francois (1676) m Marie Anne Paradis; Marthe (1678) m Joseph Baucher; Anne (1680) m Charles Bernier; Augustin (1681-1703); Genevieve (1683) m Gabriel Paradis; et Joseph (1688) m Elisabeth Franquelin.
2m 12-10-1699 Cap St Ignace (ct 10-07 Genaple)
PICARD, Louise (veuve Louis GAGNE) d 07 s 08-03-1717 St Vallier.
Enfants: Marthe (1700-1704); Guillaume (1702) 1m Marie Madeleine Belanger et 2m Marie Anne Blais; et Augustin (1705-aft jul 1717).

More About Guillaume LeMieux:
Date born 2: Abt. 1648, Beaufort, Paris, France
Baptism: Nov 21, 1648, La Nativite de Notre Dame de Beauport, Quebec
Census 1666: Ile d'Orleans, Quebec
Occupation: 1666, engage au mois de Jean Pelletier
Census 1681: Ile aux Oies, Quebec
Cited: Apr 06, 1712, mariage de Genevieve Gaigne et Jean Blanchet; Berthier en Bas, Quebec
Died 2: Oct 15, 1725, Notre Dame de l'Assomption de Bellechasse (Berthier sur Mer), Quebec
Burial: Oct 15, 1725, Notre Dame de l'Assomption de Bellechasse (Berthier sur Mer), Quebec

More About Louise Picard and Guillaume LeMieux:
Marriage contract: Jul 10, 1699, notaire: Genaple
Marriage 2: Dec 12, 1699, St. Ignace du Cap St. Ignace, Quebec

Children of Louise Picard and Louis Gagne dit Belleavance, sr de LaFresnaye, are:
   13   i. Marie Anne4 Gagne, born Abt. 1673; died Abt. Dec 1685.

Notes for Marie Anne Gagne:
Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 245, sous Louis Gagne et Louise Picard:
Marie Anne, b 1673, s 27 dec 1685, a la Riviere Ouelle.

Source Jette:
* pg 448, sous Louise Gagne, sr deLaFresnaye, et Louise Picard:
1. Marie Anne n vers 1673, s Cap St Ignace 27-12-1685 Riviere Ouelle (12 ans)

More About Marie Anne Gagne:
Burial 1: Dec 27, 1685, Cap St. Ignace, Quebec
Burial 2: Dec 27, 1685, Riviere Ouelle, Quebec

 + 14   ii. Louise Gagne, born Dec 15, 1676 in St. Ignace du Cap St. Ignace, Quebec; died Abt. Mar 1716.
 + 15   iii. Alexis Gagne dit Belleavance, sr de LaFresnaye, born Oct 27, 1680 in seigneurie de Vincelot a Cap St. Ignace, Quebec; died.
   16   iv. Dorothee Gagne, born Jan 20, 1682 in Cap St. Ignace, Quebec; died Abt. Dec 1685.

Notes for Dorothee Gagne:
Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 245, sous Louis Gagne et Louise Picard:
Dorothee, b 20 janv 1682; s 30 dec 1685.

Source Jette:
* pg 448, sous Louise Gagne, sr deLaFresnaye, et Louise Picard:
4. Dorothee n et b 20-01-1682 Cap St Ignace, s Cap St Ignace 30-12-1685 Riviere Ouelle

More About Dorothee Gagne:
Baptism: Jan 20, 1682, Cap St. Ignace, Quebec
Burial: Dec 30, 1685, Cap St. Ignace, Quebec

   17   v. Louise Gagne, born Feb 21, 1684 in Cap St. Ignace, Quebec; died Abt. Dec 1685.

Notes for Louise Gagne:
Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 245, sous Louis Gagne et Louise Picard:
Louise, b 24 fev 1683; 27 dec 1685.

Source Jette:
* pg 448, sous Louise Gagne, sr deLaFresnaye, et Louise Picard:
5. Louise n 21 b 24-02-1684 Cap St Ignace s 27-12-1685 id

More About Louise Gagne:
Baptism: Feb 24, 1684, Cap St. Ignace, Quebec
Burial: Dec 27, 1685, Cap St. Ignace, Quebec

   18   vi. Louis Gagne, born May 25, 1686 in Cap St. Ignace, Quebec; died. He married Marie Therese Lessard (daughter of Pierre Lessard and Barbe FORTIN) Aug 01, 1714 in L'Islet, Quebec; born Sep 19, 1692 in Beaupre, Quebec; died.

Notes for Louis Gagne:
Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 245, sous Louis Gagne et Louise Picard:
Louis, b 26 mai 1686; m 1 aout 1714, a Marie Therese Lessard.

Source Jette:
* pg 448, sous Louise Gagne, sr deLaFresnaye, et Louise Picard:
6. Louis n 25 b 26-05-1686 Cap St Ignace m 1714 Marie Therese Lessard.
* pg 450:
GAGNE, Louis (Louis & Louise PICARD).
m 01-08-1714 L'Islet (ct 31-07 Michon)
LESSARD, Marie Therese (Pierre & Barbe FORTIN).
Enfants: Marguerite (1716); Barbe (1718-1725); Therese (1720-1726); Louis Etienne (1721); Joseph Prisque (1723); Pierre Francois (1726); Brigitte (1728-1728); et Veronique (1729-1729).

More About Louis Gagne:
Baptism: May 26, 1686, Cap St. Ignace, Quebec
Cited: Apr 06, 1712, mariage de soeur Genevieve Gaigne et Jean Blanchet; Berthier en Bas, Quebec

Notes for Marie Therese Lessard:

Source Jette:
* pg 724, sous Pierre Lessard et Barbe Fortin:
2. Marie Therese n 19 b 20-09-1692 Beaupre m 1714 Louis GAGNE.

More About Marie Therese Lessard:
Baptism: Sep 20, 1692, Beaupre, Quebec

More About Louis Gagne and Marie Therese Lessard:
Marriage contract: Jul 31, 1714, notaire: Michon

 + 19   vii. Marie Anne Gagne, born Abt. 1688; died Feb 27, 1729 - Oct 26, 1730 in St. Pierre de la Riviere du Sud, Quebec.

14 i. , died. She married Jean Blanchet Apr 06, 1712 in Berthier, Quebec; born May 09, 1685 in Montmagny, Montmagny, Quebec; died in Quebec.
   20   viii. Genevieve Gagne, born Feb 27, 1691; died Bef. Sep 14, 1727. She married Jean Blanchet (son of Pierre BLANCHET and Marie FOURNIER) Apr 06, 1712 in Notre Dame de l'Assomption de Bellechasse (Berthier sur Mer), Quebec; born May 09, 1685 in St. Thomas de la Pointe a la Caille (Montmagny), Quebec; died Bef. Jan 21, 1773.

Notes for Genevieve Gagne:
Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 245, sous Louis Gagne et Louise Picard:
Genevieve, b 28 fev 1691.

Source Jette:
* pg 448, sous Louise Gagne, sr deLaFresnaye, et Louise Picard:
8. Genevieve n 27 b 28-02-1691 Cap St Ignace, m 1712 Jean Blanchet

Source PRDH:
Individu #5731
Bapteme #26649 Cap St Ignace

More About Genevieve Gagne:
Aka: Marie Genevieve Gagne
Name 2: Genevieve Gagnier
Name 3: Genevieve Gaigne
Name 4: Genevieve Gangne
Baptism: Feb 28, 1691, St. Ignace du Cap St. Ignace, Quebec
God Parents: Pierre Gagnier et Louise Gagnier
Location: 1712, Cap St. Ignace, Quebec

Notes for Jean Blanchet:

Jean Blanchet remarried to Genevieve Rousseau (daughter of Marie Destroismaisons and Jean Rousseau).

Source Jette:
* pg 113, sous Pierre Blanchet et Marie Fournier:
9. Jean n 09-05 Montmagny b Cap St Ignace 09-06 1685 Riviere Ouelle m 1712 Genevieve GAGNE.
* pg 114:
BLANCHET, Jean (Pierre & Marie FOURNIER).
1m 06-4-1712 Berthier (ct 07 Michon)
GAGNE, Genevieve (Louis & Louise PICARD).
Enfants: Marie Genevieve; et Jean Marie.
2m ct 14-09-1727 Michon (St Pierre de la Riviere du Sud)
ROUSSEAU, Genevieve (Jean & Marie DESTROISMAISONS).

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 58, sous Pierre Blanchet et Marie Fournier:
Jean, b 9 juin 1685, a Cap St Ignace; 1 m 7 avril 1712, a Marie Genevieve GAGNE; 2 m 1740 a Genevieve ROUSSEAU.
* Vol 2, pg 308, sous Pierre Blanchet et Marie Fournier.
Jean, b 9 juin 1685, au Cap St Ignace; 1 m 6 avril 1712, a Geneiveve GAGNE, a Berthier; 2 m a Genevieve ROUSSEAU.
* Vol 2, pg 309, sous 1712, (6 avril) Berthier.
II.----BLANCHET, Jean, b 1685. [Pierre I.
1m GAGNE, Geneiveve, b 1691. [Louis II.
Enfants: Marie Genevieve (1713-1714); Francois (1713-1745) m Claire Fournier; Jean Marie (1714-1752) m Marie Joseph Fournier; et Pierre m Gabrielle Gagne.
* Vol 2, pg 309.
2m ROUSSEAU, Genevieve.
Enfants: Alexis m Marie Joseph Gilbert; Alexandre m Marie Louise Pepin; Augustin m Angelique Gilbert; Charles m Marguerite Bilodeau; Genevieve m Joseph Morin; Marie Reine m Joseph DeLessard; Andre m Francoise Buteau; Jean Baptiste (1751); et Marie (1724-1742).

Source PRDH:
Individu #5730
Bapteme #16386 Riviere Ouelle
* baptise au Cap St Ignace

More About Jean Blanchet:
Aka: Jean Baptiste Blanchet
Baptism: Jun 09, 1685, St. Ignace du Cap St. Ignace, Quebec
Baptism recorded: Notre Dame de Liesse de la Riviere Ouelle, Quebec
God Parents: Jean Fournier et Marie Madeleine Normand
Cited: Apr 10, 1710, parrain de neveu Charles Picard; Montmagny, Quebec
Location: 1712, St. Thomas, Quebec
Location: 1727, St. Pierre de la Riviere du Sud, Quebec
Cited: Apr 17, 1736, mariage de niece Marguerite Destroismaisons avec Antoine LeTourneau; Montmagny, Quebec

Marriage Notes for Genevieve Gagne and Jean Blanchet:

Source PRDH:
Mariage #27488 Berthier en Bas

More About Jean Blanchet and Genevieve Gagne:
Marriage contract: Apr 07, 1712, notaire: Michon
Marriage preformed by: Charles Hazeur Desauneaux, pretre et missionnaire
Marriage witnesses: Guillaume Lemieux, Pierre Blanchet, Charles Destroismaisons, et Louis Gaigne
Marriage 2: Apr 07, 1712

   21   ix. Pierre Gagne dit Belleavance, born Sep 30, 1693 in St. Ignace du Cap St. Ignace, Quebec; died. He married Genevieve Fournier (daughter of Simon FOURNIER and Anne Marie ROUSSEAU) Abt. 1715; born Abt. 1698; died.

Notes for Pierre Gagne dit Belleavance:
Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 245, sous Louis Gagne et Louise Picard:
Pierre, b 6 oct 1693.

Source Jette:
* pg 448, sous Louise Gagne, sr deLaFresnaye, et Louise Picard:
9. Pierre n 30-09 b 06-10-1693 Cap St Ignace, m 1715 Genevieve Fournier
* pg 450:
GAGNE dit BELLEAVANCE, Pierre (Louis & Louise PICARD).
m ct 13-10-1715, depose 11 novembre Michon (Riviere du Sud)
FOURNIER, Genevieve (Simon & Catherine ROUSSEAU).

More About Pierre Gagne dit Belleavance:
Aka: Pierre Gagne
Baptism: Oct 06, 1693, St. Ignace du Cap St. Ignace, Quebec

Notes for Genevieve Fournier:

Source Jette:
* pg 438, sous Simon Fournier et Catherine Rousseau:
4. Genevieve b 09-01-1698 Montmagny m 1715 Pierre GAGNE.

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 240, sous Simon Fournier et Catherine Rousseau:
Genevieve, b 9 janv 1698, a St Thomas.
* Vol 4, pg 85.
FOURNIER, Genevieve, epouse de Pierre GAGNE.
* Vol 4, pg 86, sous Simon Fournier et Anne Catherine Rousseau.
Genevieve, b 9 janv 1698, a St Thomas; m a Pierre GAGNE.

More About Genevieve Fournier:
Baptism: Jan 09, 1698, St. Thomas de la Pointe a la Caille (Montmagny), Quebec
Cited: May 21, 1714, marraine de cousin Augustin Destroismaisons; Montmagny, Quebec

More About Pierre Gagne dit Belleavance and Genevieve Fournier:
Marriage contract 1: Nov 11, depose a notaire: Michon; Riviere du Sud, Quebec
Marriage contract 2: Oct 13, 1715

   22   x. infant son of Louis Gagne, born Jul 10, 1695 in Cap St. Ignace, Quebec; died Jul 10, 1695 in Cap St. Ignace, Quebec.

Notes for infant son of Louis Gagne:
Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 245, sous Louis Gagne et Louise Picard:
Anonyme, b et s 10 juillet 1695.

Source Jette:
* pg 448, sous Louise Gagne, sr deLaFresnaye, et Louise Picard:
10. Anonyme masculin, n, ond, d et s 10-07-1695 Cap St Ignace.

More About infant son of Louis Gagne:
Baptism: Jul 10, 1695, ondonye; Cap St. Ignace, Quebec
Burial: Jul 10, 1695, Cap St. Ignace, Quebec

   23   xi. Jean Eustache Gagne, born Sep 09, 1696 in Cap St. Ignace, Quebec; died Sep 11, 1696 in Cap St. Ignace, Quebec.

Notes for Jean Eustache Gagne:
Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 245, sous Louis Gagne et Louise Picard:
Jean Eustache, b 9 et s 11 sept 1696.

Source Jette:
* pg 448, sous Louise Gagne, sr deLaFresnaye, et Louise Picard:
11. Jean Eustache n et b 09-09-1696 Cap St Ignace, d et s 11 id

More About Jean Eustache Gagne:
Baptism: Sep 09, 1696, Cap St. Ignace, Quebec
Burial: Sep 11, 1696, Cap St. Ignace, Quebec

   24   xii. Joseph Gagne, born Nov 10, 1697 in Cap St. Ignace, Quebec; died Nov 16, 1697 in Cap St. Ignace, Quebec.

Notes for Joseph Gagne:
Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 245, sous Louis Gagne et Louise Picard:
Joseph, b 10 et s 17 nov 1697.

Source Jette:
* pg 448, sous Louise Gagne, sr deLaFresnaye, et Louise Picard:
12. Joseph n 10 b 11-11-1697 Cap St Ignace d 16 s 17 id.

More About Joseph Gagne:
Baptism 1: Nov 11, 1697, Cap St. Ignace, Quebec
Baptism 2: Nov 10, 1697
Burial: Nov 17, 1697, Cap St. Ignace, Quebec

Children of Louise Picard and Guillaume Lemieux are:
   25   i. Marthe4 LeMieux, born Abt. 1700 in Ile aux Oies, Quebec; died Dec 08, 1704 in Berthier, Quebec.

Notes for Marthe LeMieux:
Source Jette:
* pg 708, sous Guillaume LeMieux et Louise Picard:
1. Marthe n Ile aux Oies b Ile aux Grues 20-09-1700 Cap St Ignace d 08 Berthier s 10-12-1704 Montmagny.

More About Marthe LeMieux:
Baptism: Sep 20, 1700, Ile aux Grues, Quebec
Burial: Dec 10, 1704, Montmagny, Quebec

 + 26   ii. Guillaume LeMieux, born May 24, 1702 in Ile aux Grues, Quebec; died.

   27   iii. Augustin LeMieux, born Jul 01, 1705 in Berthier, Quebec; died Bef. Jul 27, 1717.

Notes for Augustin LeMieux:
Source Jette:
* pg 708, sous Guillaume LeMieux et Louise Picard:
3. Augustin n 01 Berthier b 07-07-1705 La Durantaye d avant inventarie 27-07-1717 Michon.

More About Augustin LeMieux:
Baptism: Jul 07, 1705, La Durantaye, Quebec

5. Felicite3 Picard (Jean2, Pierre1, Joachim-1) was born Nov 01, 1666 in Beaupre, Quebec, and died. She married (1) Noel LeBlanc Jan 14, 1686 in Quebec, Quebec, son of Leonard LeBLANC and Marie RITON. He was born Jan 14, 1653 in Quebec, Quebec, and died Jun 10, 1686 in Baie James, Quebec. She married (2) Louis d'Ailleboust, sr de Coulonges Nov 19, 1690 in Quebec, Quebec, son of Charles d'Ailleboust, sr des Musseaux and Catherine LeGardeur. He was born Jul 19, 1656 in Quebec, Quebec, and died Bef. 1718.

Notes for Felicite Picard:

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 481, sous Jean Picard et Marie Madeleine Gagnon:
Felicite, b 1 nov. 1666, a Ste. Anne; 1 m 14 janv. 1686, a Noel Leblanc; 2 m 19 nov 1690, a Louis Daillbout.

Source Jette:
* pg 911, sous Jean Picard et Marie Madeleine Gagnon:
2. Felicite n et b 01-11-1666 Beaupre m 1686 Noel LEBLANC.

More About Felicite Picard:
Aka: Felicity Picard
Date born 2: Abt. 1652
Baptism: Nov 01, 1666, Ste. Anne de Beaupre, Quebec

Notes for Noel LeBlanc:

Source Jette:
* pg 671, sous Leonard LeBlanc e Marie Riton:
2. Noel n 14 b 18-01-1653 Quebec m 1686 Felicite PICARD, au rec 81, a basse ville Quebec, charpentier de navires.
* pg 672:
LEBLANC, Noel (Leonard & Marie RITON) d entre 20-03 et 20-06-1686, Quebec.
m 14-01-1686 Quebec (ct 28-02 Duquet)
PICARD, Felicite (Jean & Marie Madeleine GAGNON) rem 1690 Louis d'AILLEBOUST.
Enfant: Felicite (1686-1687; posthume).
* Corrections et Additions:
LEBLANC, Noel ... d 10-06-1686, noye a la Baie James. (my NOTE: information Jette found in "The Battle of James Bay, Macmillan" which cited the "Journal du Chevalier de Troyes".)

More About Noel LeBlanc:
Baptism: Jan 18, 1653, Quebec, Quebec
Cause of Death: noye
Died 2: Mar 20 - Jun 20, 1686, Quebec, Quebec
Died 3: Oct 20, 1686, Quebec, Quebec

More About Felicite Picard and Noel LeBlanc:
Marriage contract: Feb 28, 1686, notaire: Duquet

Notes for Louis d'Ailleboust, sr de Coulonges:

Source Jette:
* pg 4, sous Charles d'Ailleboust et Catherine LeGardeur:
3. Louis n 19 b 22-07-1656 Quebec m 1690 Felicite PICARD.
* pg 4-5:
AILLEBOUST (d'), sieur de COULONGES, Louis (Charles & Catherine LeGardeur) d avant 1718; enseigne 01-07-1715 a 1716; marchand de fourrures; ENFANT NATUREL (mere inconnue): Marie Claire n vers 1708, 21 ans au rec 1729, m 1729 Antoine LaLande.
m 19-11-1690 Quebec (ct 17 Gilles Rageot)
PICARD, Felicite (veuve Noel LEBLANC).
Enfants: Marie Catherine m Rene Godefroy; Louis Hector m Marguerite LeFournier; Catherine Felicite; Paul Joseph (sieur de Coulonges); Antoine m Marie Louise de Villedonne; Louis (sieur de LaMadeleine); et anonyme masculin.

More About Louis d'Ailleboust, sr de Coulonges:
Aka: Louis d'Ailleboust deCoulonges
Name 2: Louis Dailleboust
Baptism: Jul 22, 1656, Quebec, Quebec
Military service: 1715 - 1716, enseigne
Occupation: marchand de fourrures
Occupation: sieur de Coulonges

More About Felicite Picard and Louis d'Ailleboust, sr de Coulonges:
Marriage contract: Nov 17, 1690, notaire: Gilles Rageot

Child of Felicite Picard and Noel LeBlanc is:
   28   i. Felicite4 LeBlanc, born Oct 21, 1686 in Quebec, Quebec; died Abt. Dec 1687.

Notes for Felicite LeBlanc:
Source Jette:
* pg 672, sous Noel LeBlanc et Felicite Picard:
1. Felicite n 21 b 22-10-1686 Quebec s 28-12-1687 id (posthume).

More About Felicite LeBlanc:
Baptism: Oct 22, 1686, Quebec, Quebec
Burial: Dec 28, 1687, Quebec, Quebec

Children of Felicite Picard and Louis d'Ailleboust, sr de Coulonges, are:
   29   i. Marie Catherine4 d'Ailleboust, born Abt. 1691; died. She married Rene Godefroy, sr de Linctot (son of Jean Godefroy, sr de Linctot and Marie LeNeuf) Nov 13, 1728 in Bellevue, Quebec; born Abt. 1675; died.

Notes for Marie Catherine d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Louis d'Ailleboust et Felicite Picard:
1. Marie Catherine b 11-09-1691 Montreal m 1728 Rene Godefroy.

More About Marie Catherine d'Ailleboust:
Baptism: Sep 11, 1691, Montreal, Quebec

Notes for Rene Godefroy, sr de Linctot:

Source Jette:
* pg 509, sous Jean Godefroy, sr de Linctot, et Marie Leneuf:
5. Rene b 15-07-1675 Trois Rivieres m 1709 Marie Madeleine LEMOINE.
* pg 510:
GODEFROY, sieur de LINCTOT, Rene (Michel & Perrine PICOTE); engage Ouest 27-05-1701 et 11-09-1718; enseigne 01-06-1706; lieutenant 01-06-1725.
1m 27-01-1709 Montreal (ct 25 Pierre RAIMBAULT)
LEMOINE, Marie Madeleine (veuve Jean Baptiste BEAUVAIS) s 20-07-1727 Montreal.
Enfants: Louis Rene (1709-apres 1730); Marie Madeleine (1710-1711); Marie Charlotte (1712); Marie Angelique (1714); et Claire (1715-1716).
2m 13-11-1728 Bellevue (ct 22-06-1729 Adhemar)
AILLEBOUST (d'), Marie Catherine (Louis & Felicite PICARD).
Enfant: Francois Xavier (1730).

More About Rene Godefroy, sr de Linctot:
Baptism: Jul 15, 1675, Trois Rivieres, Quebec
Occupation: 1701, engage Ouest
Military service: 1706, enseigne
Occupation: 1718, engage Ouest
Military service: 1725, lieutenant

More About Marie Catherine d'Ailleboust and Rene Godefroy, sr de Linctot:
Marriage contract: Jun 22, 1729, notaire: Adhemar

 + 30   ii. Louis Hector d'Ailleboust, sr de Coulonges, born Abt. 1693; died.
   31   iii. Catherine Felicite d'Ailleboust, born Jan 15, 1695 in Montreal, Quebec; died.

Notes for Catherine Felicite d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Louis d'Ailleboust et Felicite Picard:
3. Catherine Felicite n et b 15-01-1695 Montreal.

More About Catherine Felicite d'Ailleboust:
Baptism: Jan 15, 1695, Montreal, Quebec

   32   iv. Paul Joseph d'Ailleboust, sr de Coulonges, born Nov 09, 1696 in Montreal, Quebec; died.

Notes for Paul Joseph d'Ailleboust, sr de Coulonges:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Louis d'Ailleboust et Felicite Picard:
4. Paul Joseph sieur de COULONGES n 09 b 10-11-1696 Montreal; marchand de fourrures.

More About Paul Joseph d'Ailleboust, sr de Coulonges:
Baptism: Nov 10, 1696, Montreal, Quebec
Occupation: marchand de fourrures

 + 33   v. Antoine d'Ailleboust, sr deCoulonges et deMantet, born Feb 22, 1698 in Montreal, Quebec; died.
   34   vi. Louis d'Ailleboust, sr de LaMadeleine, born Nov 21, 1699 in Montreal, Quebec; died 1736 in Louisiana.

Notes for Louis d'Ailleboust, sr de la Madeleine:
Source Jette:
* Pg 5, sous Louis d'Ailleboust et Felicite Picard:
6. Louis sieur de LaMadeleine n 21 b 22-11-1699 Montreal d 1736, en Louisiane (tue par les Chicachas); engageur Ouest 21-07-1727 au 19-12-1729.

More About Louis d'Ailleboust, sr de la Madeleine:
Baptism: Nov 22, 1699, Montreal, Quebec
Occupation: engageur Ouest
Cause of Death: tue par les Chicachas

   35   vii. son of Louis d'Ailleboust, sr de LaMagdelaine, born Abt. 1702; died Apr 30, 1718 in Bellevue, Quebec.

Notes for son of Louis d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 5, sous Louis d'Ailleboust et Felicite Picard:
7. Anonyme masculin n vers 1702, d et s 30-04-1718 Bellevue (16 ans) (blesse mortellement); sieur de LaMagdelaine.

More About son of Louis d'Ailleboust:
Occupation: sieur de laMagdelaine
Cause of Death: blesse mortellement
Burial: Apr 30, 1718, Bellevue, Quebec

6. Anne3 Picard (Jean2, Pierre1, Joachim-1) was born Dec 25, 1669 in Chateau Richer, Quebec, and died. She married (1) Vital Oriot Jan 07, 1687 in Quebec, Quebec, son of Vital Oriot and Marguerite Caron. He was born Abt. 1647, and died Bef. Oct 24, 1687 in Quebec, Quebec. She married (2) Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust, sr des Musseaux Apr 19, 1689 in Quebec, Quebec, son of Charles d'Ailleboust, sr des Musseaux and Catherine LeGardeur. He was born Abt. 1666, and died Oct 01, 1730 in Montreal, Quebec.

Notes for Anne Picard:

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 481, sous Jean Picard et Marie Madeleine Gagnon:
Anne, b 26 dec 1669; 1 m 7 janv. 1687, a Vital Oriot; 2 m 19 avril 1689, a Jean Baptiste Daillebout.

Source Jette:
* pg 911, sous Jean Picard et Marie Madeleine Gagnon:
3. Anne n 25 b 26-12-1669 Chateau Richer m 1687 Vital ORIOT.

More About Anne Picard:
Aka: Anne LePicard
Baptism: Dec 26, 1669, Chateau Richer, Quebec
Burial: Jul 20, 1736, Montreal, Quebec

Notes for Vital Oriot:

Source Jette:
* pg 858:
ORIOT ou AURIOT, Vital (Vital & Marguerite CARON) de St Victor sur Arlanc, ar et ev LePuy, Auvergne (Haute Loire) ou St Victor la Riviere, ar Issoire, ev Clermont, Auvergne (Puy de Dome); d peu avant 24-10-1687, Quebec; cousin germain de Vital CARON m Marguerite GAGNON; 18 ans au rec 66, a NOtre Dame des Anges pres Quebec, domestique des Jesuites; engage Ouest 15-02-1686; confirme janvier 1664 Beauport, 17 ans.
m 07-10-1687 Quebec (ct 26-12-1686 Genaple)
PICARD, Anne (Jean & Marie Madeleine GAGNON) rem 1689 Jean Baptiste d'AILLEBOUST.
Enfant: Vital (1687-apres 1704; posthume)

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 19, sous 1687, (7 janvier) Quebec.
I.----AURIOT, Vital, ne en 1650, fils de Vital et de Marguerite Caron, de St. Victor, eveche Du Puy, Auvergne; s en 1687.
LE PICARD, Anne (3) [Jean I.
Enfant: Vital (posthume; 1687).
(3) Elle epouse, le 19 avril 1689, Jean Baptiste Daillebout, Quebec.

More About Vital Oriot:
Aka: Vital Auriot
Name 2: Vital Oriol
Date born 2: Abt. 1648
Date born 3: Abt. 1650
Origin: de St. Victor sur Arlance, LePuy, ou St. Victor la Riviere, Issoire, Clermont, Auvergne, France
Confirmation: Jan 1664, Beauport, Quebec
Census 1666: Notre Dame des Anges pres Quebec, Quebec
Occupation: 1666, domestique des Jesuites
Occupation: 1686, engage Ouest
Died 2: 1687

More About Anne Picard and Vital Oriot:
Marriage contract: Dec 26, 1686, notaire: Genaple

Notes for Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust, sr des Musseaux:

Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Charles d'Ailleboust et Catherine LeGardeur:
7. Jean Baptiste b 17-03-1666 Montreal m 1689 Anne Picard.
* Pg 4:
AILLEBOUST (d'), sieur des MUSSEAUX, Jean Baptiste (Charles & Catherine LeGardeur) d 01 s 02-10-1730 Montreal; lieutenant reforme 1690, lieutenant en 1693; marchand de fourrures et de vin.
m 19-04-1689 Quebec (ct 17 Genaple)
PICARD, Anne (veuve Vital ORIOT).
Enfants: Louis; Nicolas Marie; Marie Catherine m Louis Hertel; Anne Marguerite; Louise Catherine (religieuse soeur des Seraphins); Pierre Joseph (sieur de Mantet); Anne Paule; Charlotte Angelique; Louise Elisabeth; Therese Josephe; Francois Jean Daniel; Jean Baptiste Alphonse (sieur de LaBoulasserie); Philippe; Felicite Josephe; Therese Madeleine; et Ignace Rene.

Source Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online:
"AILLEBOUST DES MUCEAUX (Musseaux), JEAN BAPTISTE D', half pay lieutenant, business man; b. 27 March 1666 at Montreal, son of Charles Joseph d'Ailleboust De Muceaux and Catherine Legardeur de Repentigny; d and buried 2 Sept 1730 at Montreal.
"He first chose a military career, and was promoted in 1690 to the rank of half-pay lieutenant. The following year he quit the service, left Quebec togo to Montreal, and devoted his energies to the wine trade, which led him to travel in the pays d'en haut.
"Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust is cheifly known through a curious ruling handed down with respect to him by Bishop Saint Vallier (La Croix) on 26 may 1719, which by refusing absolution censured his relations with his sevant, the daughter of Paul Haguenier. The penalty was imposed not only on the guilty couple but also on d'Ailleboust's wife and the concubine's father, who were expected to use their influence to bring to their senses the husband and the daughter respectively.
"On 19 April 1689, at Quebec, Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust had married Anne LePicard, Vital Oriol's widow, who was buried on 20 Jul 1736 at Montreal. He had 16 children."

More About Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust, sr des Musseaux:
Aka: Jean Daillebout
Name 2: Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust desMuceaux
Baptism: Mar 17, 1666, Montreal, Quebec
Occupation: marchand de fourrures et de vin
Military service: 1690 - 1691, lieutenant reforme
Occupation 2: 1691, wine trade
Military service: lieutenant
Cited: May 26, 1719, by Bishop St. Vallier for having refused absolution for his relations with his servant
Burial: Oct 02, 1730, Montreal, Quebec

More About Anne Picard and Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust, sr des Musseaux:
Marriage contract: Apr 17, 1689, notaire: Genaple

Child of Anne Picard and Vital Oriot is:
   36   i. Vital4 Oriot, born Oct 24, 1687 in Quebec, Quebec; died.

Notes for Vital Oriot:
Source Jette:
* pg 858, sous Vital Oriot et Anne Picard:
1. Vital n et b 24-10-1687 Quebec; cite 29-09-1704 Montreal (posthume).

More About Vital Oriot:
Aka: Vital Auriot
Baptism: Oct 24, 1687, Quebec, Quebec
Cited: Sep 29, 1704, Montreal, Quebec

Children of Anne Picard and Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust, sr des Musseaux, are:
   37   i. Louis4 d'Ailleboust, born Abt. 1690; died Abt. Mar 1690.

Notes for Louis d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust et Anne Picard:
1. Louis b 17-02-1690 Quebec s 20-03-1690 id.

More About Louis d'Ailleboust:
Baptism: Feb 17, 1690, Quebec, Quebec
Burial: Mar 20, 1690, Quebec, Quebec

   38   ii. Nicolas Marie d'Ailleboust, born Apr 02, 1691 in Quebec, Quebec; died.

Notes for Nicolas Marie d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust et Anne Picard:
2. Nicolas Marie n 02 b 03-04-1691 Quebec; engageur Ouest 11-05-1727.

More About Nicolas Marie d'Ailleboust:
Aka: Nicolas Marie d'Ailleboust desMuceaux
Baptism: Apr 03, 1691, Quebec, Quebec
Occupation: 1727, engageur Ouest
Occupation: 1731 - 1736, partnership with brothers Francois Jean Daniel and Jean Baptiste Alphonse

   39   iii. Marie Catherine d'Ailleboust desMusseaux, born Abt. 1692; died. She married Louis Hertel, sr de St. Louis (son of Francois Hertel and Margueirte Josephe deThavenet) Aug 21, 1730 in Montreal, Quebec; born May 14, 1673 in Trois Rivieres, Quebec; died.

Notes for Marie Catherine d'Ailleboust desMusseaux:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust et Anne Picard:
3. Marie Catherine b 01-09-1692 Montreal m 1730 Louis HERTEL.

More About Marie Catherine d'Ailleboust desMusseaux:
Aka: Marie Catherine d'Ailleboust
Baptism: Sep 01, 1692, Montreal, Quebec

Notes for Louis Hertel, sr de St. Louis:

Source Jette:
* pg 566, sous Francois Hertel et Marguerite Josephe deThavenet:
5. Louis n et b 14-05-1673 Trois Rivieres m 1730 Marie Catherine d'AILLEBOUST.
* pg 567:
HERTEL, sieur de SAINT LOUIS, Louis (Francois & Marguerite Josephe THAVENET); lieutenant.
m 21-08-1730 Montreal (ct 20 Jean Baptiste Adhemar)
AILLEBOUST des MUSSEAUX (d'), Marie Catherine (Jean Baptiste & Anne PICARD).

More About Louis Hertel, sr de St. Louis:
Aka: Louis Hertel deSt. Louis
Baptism: May 14, 1673, Trois Rivieres, Quebec
Military service: lieutenant

More About Marie Catherine d'Ailleboust desMusseaux and Louis Hertel, sr de St. Louis:
Marriage contract: Aug 20, 1730, notaire: Jean Baptiste Adhemar

   40   iv. Anne Marguerite d'Ailleboust, born Abt. 1693; died Dec 09, 1693 in Boucherville, Quebec.

Notes for Anne Marguerite d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust et Anne Picard:
4. Anne Marguerite b 11-09-1693 Montreal d et s 09-12-1693 Boucherville.

More About Anne Marguerite d'Ailleboust:
Baptism: Sep 11, 1693, Montreal, Quebec
Burial: Dec 09, 1693, Boucherville, Quebec

   41   v. Louise Catherine d'Ailleboust, born Nov 19, 1694 in Montreal, Quebec; died.

Notes for Louise Catherine d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust et Anne Picard:
5. Louise Catherine n et b 19-11-1694 Montreal; religieuse C.N.D. Montreal (soeur des Seraphins).

More About Louise Catherine d'Ailleboust:
Aka: Soeur des Seraphins
Baptism: Nov 19, 1694, Montreal, Quebec
Occupation: religieuse; Congregation de Notre Dame de Montreal

   42   vi. Pierre Joseph d'Ailleboust, born Apr 27, 1696 in Montreal, Quebec; died.

Notes for Pierre Joseph d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust et Anne Picard:
6. Pierre Joseph sieur de MANTET n et b 27-04-1696 Montreal; engage Ouest 20-07-1718 et 08-05-1719.

More About Pierre Joseph d'Ailleboust:
Aka: Pierre Joseph d'Ailelboust deManthet
Baptism: Apr 27, 1696, Montreal, Quebec
Occupation: 1718 - 1719 engage Ouest
Occupation: sieur de Mantet
Occupation: 1737 - 1742, partnership with brother Francois Jean Daniel and Igance Rene
Property: 1759 - 1771, shared property at Pointe aux Trembles

   43   vii. Anne Paule d'Ailleboust, born Aug 12, 1697 in Montreal, Quebec; died.

Notes for Anne Paule d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust et Anne Picard:
7. Anne Paule n 12 b 13-08-1697 Montreal.

More About Anne Paule d'Ailleboust:
Baptism: Aug 13, 1697, Montreal, Quebec

   44   viii. Charlotte Angelique d'Ailleboust, born Sep 02, 1698 in Montreal, Quebec; died.

Notes for Charlotte Angelique d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust et Anne Picard:
8. Charlotte Angelique n et b 02-09-1698 Montreal.

More About Charlotte Angelique d'Ailleboust:
Baptism: Sep 02, 1698, Montreal, Quebec

   45   ix. Louise Elisabeth d'Ailleboust, born Jan 23, 1700 in Montreal, Quebec; died Feb 26, 1700 in Boucherville, Quebec.

Notes for Louise Elisabeth d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust et Anne Picard:
9. Louise Elisabeth n 23 b 24-01-1700 Montreal d et s 26-02-1700 Boucherville.

More About Louise Elisabeth d'Ailleboust:
Baptism: Jan 24, 1700, Montreal, Quebec
Burial: Feb 26, 1700, Montreal, Quebec

   46   x. Therese Josephe d'Ailleboust, born Mar 18, 1701 in Montreal, Quebec; died Mar 20, 1701 in Montreal, Quebec.

Notes for Therese Josephe d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust et Anne Picard:
10. Therese Josephe n et b 18-03-1701 Montreal d et s 20 id.

More About Therese Josephe d'Ailleboust:
Baptism: Mar 18, 1701, Montreal, Quebec
Burial: Mar 20, 1701, Montreal, Quebec

   47   xi. Francois Jean Daniel d'Ailleboust, born Oct 07, 1702 in Montreal, Quebec; died Jul 23, 1793 in Pointe aux Trembles, Quebec. He married Marie Charlotte Godefroy deLinctot (parents need researched) Nov 24, 1732 in Montreal, Quebec; died.

Notes for Francois Jean Daniel d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust et Anne Picard:
11. Francois Jean Daniel n 07 b 08-10-1702 Montreal.

Source Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online:
"AILLEBOUST DE LA MADELEINE, FRANCOIS JEAN DANIEL D', merchant voyageur; b 7 oct 1702 in Montreal (Que), son of Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust Des Muceaux and Anne Le Picard; m 24 Nov 1732 Marie Charlotte Godefroy de Linctot in Montreal; d 23 July 1793 at Pointe aux Trembles, Montreal Island.
"Francois Jean Daniel d'Ailleboust de La Madeleine belonged to a section of the Canadian nobility that in the 18th century, without relinquishing its class privileges and sometimes even because of them, gained a living from the fur trade. He did not own property from which he could draw a substantial income, and his chances of becoming an officer, the most prestigious of careers, were slim because of limited number of commissions available. Thus he became a voyageur and then a merchant-voyageur. From 1731 to about 1754, by himself or in partnership he directed some ten trading trips to Michilimackinac (Mackinaw CIty, Mich) and Michipicoton (Michipicoten River, Ont), almost all financed by important Montreal merchant-outfitters such as Francois Foucher, Alexis Lemoine, dit Moniere, and Ignace Gamelin.
"La Madeleine was thus one of the agents who obtained the trade goods on credit, hired a crew for one or more canoes, and left each summer for the western posts. In these enterprises he was first in partnership, from 1731 to 1736 with two of his brothers, Nicolas Marie d'Ailelboust Des Muceaux and Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust de La Boulasserie. Then from 1737 at least until 1742 he was associated with two other brothers, Pierre Joseph d'Ailleboust de Manthet and Ignace Rene d'Ailleboust de Perigny, and after that with Louis Gastineau de Sainte Marie, to whom Governor Charles de Beauharnois had granted the trading rights at the post at Michipicoton in 1747. Finally, in 1750 he and Manthet formed a new company with an initial capital of 12,500 livres; this company was dissolved four years later. In 1757 he signed more fur-trade contract, but he seems to have retired from the business shortly afterwards.
"His activities as a merchant-voyageur had not led him to give up hope of becoming an officer in the colonial regular troop. He was nearly 40, however, when he first had the chance to take up this career, in 1742 he was a cadet with the Michilimackinac garrison. At that time he already had three children, so that according to his superior officers, he was "forced to follow the fur trade to support them." Perhaps family obligations became too heavy for this would be officer, or perhaps he was afraid of being transferred to a garrison less convenient for his trading activites than Michilimackinac. In any case he never rose in the militay hierarchy.
"La Madeleine spent his later years at Pointe aux Trembles. In February 1759 he and his brother Manthet had bought a piece of property there on which was built a modest house of squared timbers (pieces sur pieces). Twelve years later he bought his brother's share and became sole owner."

More About Francois Jean Daniel d'Ailleboust:
Aka: Francois Jean Daniel d'Ailelboust de La Madeleine
Baptism: Oct 08, 1702, Montreal, Quebec
Military service: 1742, cadet, Michilimackinac garrison
Occupation: 1731 - 1757, voyageur, merchant-voyageur
Property: 1759, at Pointe aux Trembles

More About Marie Charlotte Godefroy deLinctot:
Aka: Marie Charlotte Godefroy

   48   xii. Jean Baptiste Alphonse d'Ailleboust, sr de LaBoulasserie, born Oct 14, 1703 in Montreal, Quebec; died.

Notes for Jean Baptiste Alphonse d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust et Anne Picard:
12. Jean Baptiste Alphonse sieur de LaBoulasserie n et b 14-10-1703 Montreal; engageur Ouest 25-05-1726.

More About Jean Baptiste Alphonse d'Ailleboust:
Aka: Jean Baptiste Alphonse d'Ailleboust deLaBoulasserie
Baptism: Oct 14, 1703, Montreal, Quebec
Occupation 1: engage Ouest
Occupation 2: sieur de laBoulasserie
Occupation 3: 1731 - 1736, partnership with brother Francois Jean Daniel and Nicolas Marie

   49   xiii. Philippe d'Ailleboust, born Dec 11, 1704 in Montreal, Quebec; died.

Notes for Philippe d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust et Anne Picard:
13. Philippe n et b 11-12-1704 Montreal.

More About Philippe d'Ailleboust:
Baptism: Dec 11, 1704, Montreal, Quebec

   50   xiv. Felicite Josephe d'Ailleboust, born Mar 06, 1706 in Montreal, Quebec; died.

Notes for Felicite Josephe d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust et Anne Picard:
14. Felicite Josephe n 06 b 07-03-1706 Montreal.

More About Felicite Josephe d'Ailleboust:
Baptism: Mar 07, 1706, Montreal, Quebec

   51   xv. Therese Madeleine d'Ailleboust, born Oct 15, 1707 in Montreal, Quebec; died Dec 04, 1727 in Montreal, Quebec.

Notes for Therese Madeleine d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust et Anne Picard:
15. Therese Madeleine n et b 15-10-1707 Montreal d 04 s 05-12-1727 id.

More About Therese Madeleine d'Ailleboust:
Baptism: Oct 15, 1707, Montreal, Quebec
Burial: Dec 05, 1727, Montreal, Quebec

   52   xvi. Ignace Rene d'Ailleboust, born Oct 15, 1710 in Montreal, Quebec; died.

Notes for Ignace Rene d'Ailleboust:
Source Jette:
* Pg 4, sous Jean Baptiste d'Ailleboust et Anne Picard:
16. Ignace Rene n et b 15-10-1710 Montreal.

More About Ignace Rene d'Ailleboust:
Aka: Ignace Rene d'Ailleboust dePerigny
Baptism: Oct 15, 1710, Montreal, Quebec
Occupation: 1737 - 1742, partnership with brother Francois Jean Daniel and Pierre Joseph

10. Marie Anne3 Picard (Jean2, Pierre1, Joachim-1) was born Sep 14, 1680 in Quebec, Quebec, and died Aug 10, 1717 in Quebec, Quebec. She married Jacques Barbel Nov 26, 1703 in Quebec, Quebec, son of Charles Barbel and Catherine Provost. He was born Abt. 1670, and died Abt. Jul 1740 in Quebec, Quebec.

Notes for Marie Anne Picard:

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 481, sous Jean Picard et Marie Madeleine Gagnon:
Marie-Anne, b 14 sept. 1680; m 26 nov 1703, a Jacques Barbel; s 11 aout 1717.

Source Jette:
* pg 911, sous Jean Picard et Marie Madeleine Gagnon:
7. Marie Anne n et b 14-09-1680 Quebec m 1703 Jacques BARBEL.

More About Marie Anne Picard:
Date born 2: Sep 12, 1680
Baptism: Sep 14, 1680, Quebec, Quebec
Burial: Aug 11, 1717, l'eglise de Quebec, Quebec

Notes for Jacques Barbel:

Source Jette:
* pg XVI:
Nom du notaire Annees extremes du greffe Depot d'archives
Jacques Barbel 1703-1740 Quebec
* pg 46-47:
BARBEL, Jacques (feu Charles & Catherine PROVOST) de v et ar Le Havre, archev Rouen, Normandie (Seine-Maritime); 28 ans en 1698; 43 ans aur ec 16, a la basse ville Quebec; cite ct 17-11-1687; secretaire de l'intendant BEGON, puis notaire royal 20-04-1700 a Quebec, juge senechal de la seigneurie de Lauzon 12-05-1703 a 1712, juge bailli de la seigneurie de Beaupre 22-08-1712; achat de l'arriere fief d 'Argentenay (dans l'Ile d'Orleans) a Joseph Perrault 10-03-1716.
1m 05-11-1698 Beauport (ct 24-10 Genaple)
TOUPIN, Louise Renee (Pierre & Mathurine GRATON) s 27-01-1703 Quebec.
Enfants: Jacques Charles; Jacques Francois; et Pierre.
2m 26-11-1703 Quebec (ct 24 Genaple)
PICARD, Marie Anne (Jean & Marie Madeleine GAGNON) d 10 s 11-08-1717 Quebec.
Enfants: Marie Anne m Jean Louis Fournel; Pierre; Jean Baptiste; Louise; Jean Joseph; Louis; Marguerite Agnes; Marie Catherine; Charles Thomas; Marie Therese; Charles Thomas; et Pierre Ignace.
3m 22-10-1719 Quebec (ct 22 Louet pere)
AMIOT, Marie Madeleine (veuve Guillaume MASSE).
Sans Posterite.

Source Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online:
"BARBEL, JACQUES, soldier, merchant, seigneur, clerk of court, secreatry to the intendant Michel Begon, seigneurial judge, and royal notary; b c. 1670 at Le Havre de Grace, in the diocese of Rouen, son of Charles Barbel and Catherine Provost; d at Quebec, where he was buried 30 Jul 1740 in the church of the Recollets.
"To give an exact account of Barbel's astonishing activity and his omnipresence in the region of Quebec from 1703 on, a whole book would have to be devoted to him, although it was some time before he began to be noticed. It is evident that he was very young when he arrived in the colony, since he had already turned up at Quebec on 17 Nov 1687, at the signing of the marriage contract between Francois Dumas and Marie de Montmainier. He was at he time a sergeant of the garrison. Then we lose sight of him until he reappears in 1698, when he married Louise Renee Toupin on 5 November at Beauport. Suddenly, in 1700, he became almost famous: on 20 April Louis XIV himself had granted him a commission as royal notary at Montreal. But what is more surprising still is that Barbel remained at Quebec, without availing himself of his appointment. In 1703, according to Francois Madeleine Fortune Ruette d'Auteuil, he was a "domestic" in the king's warehouses, although this expression should not be taken literally.
"The year 1703, ... On 27 January his wife was buried, leaving him with three children. The youngest, a few days old, passed away soon afterwards, probably struck down, like his mother, by the smallpox epidemic. Among the many victims was Alexandre Peuvret de Gaudarville, whose widow, Marie Anne Gaultier de Comporte, Barbel "seduced" and "made pregnant". Everyone cried scandal ... dragged Barbel before the courts, but the affair petered out... Shortly before this liason was known, ..., Barbel had been appointed seneschal judge of Lauson, 12 May 1703, and on 4 June royal notary at Quebec. Finally, quickly forgetting his fleeting love affair, Barbel married again on 26 November; his second wife was Marie Anne Le Picard.
(discussion of career as notary, legal practitioner, guardian, syndic or trustee, seneschal judge, judge bailiff, court clerks, secretary, deputy to king's attorney, merchant, seigneur, ship owner, etc)
"... Barbel's estate was moreover so encumbered that his heirs accepted it only without liability to debts beyond the assets descended. Barbel was survived by his third wife, Marie Madeleine Amiot, whom he had married 22 Oct 1719, and seven children, out of the 15 that he had had by his first two marriages."

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 24, sous 1698 (5 novembre) Beauport.
I.---BARBEL, Jacques, notaire royal, seigneur d'Argentenay, secretaire de Begon, ne en 1670, fils de Charles et de Catherine Provost, du Havre de Grace, eveche de Rouen; s 30 juillet 1740, dans l'eglise des Recollets, Quebec.
1m TOUPIN, Louise Renee, s 27 janvier 1703, a Quebec. [Pierre I.
Enfants: Jacques Charles (1699); Jacques Francois (1700); et Pierre (1703).
* Vol 2, pg 24, sous 1703 (26 novembre) Quebec.
2m LE PICARD, Marie Anne, s 11 aout 1717, eglise de Quebec. [Jean II.
Enfants: Marie Anne (1704) m Louis Fornel; Pierre (1705); Jean Baptiste (1706); Louise (1708); Jean Joseph (1709); Louis (1710-1716); Marguerite Agnes (1711) m Jacques Gourdeau; Marie Catherine (1713-1713); Charles Thomas (1714-1714); Marie Therese (1715); Charles Thomas (1716); et Pierre Ignace (1717-1717).
* Vol 1, pg 24 sous 1719, (22 octobre) Quebec.
3m AMIOT, Marie Madeleine, veuve de Guillaume Masse; s Quebec 11 oct 1757. [Jean II.

More About Jacques Barbel:
Date born 2: Abt. 1673
Origin: de LeHarve, Rouen, Normandie, France
Military service: 1687, sergeant of the garrison
Cited: Nov 17, 1687, marriage contract of Francois Dumas and Marie deMontmainier
Cited: Apr 20, 1700, commission from Louis XIV as royal notary at Montreal (never used)
Occupation: secretaire de l'indendant Begon
Occupation: 1700, notaire royal a Quebec
Occupation: 1703, "domestic" in the king's wareshouses
Occupation: 1703, notaire royal a Quebec
Occupation: 1703 - 1712, juge senechal de la seigneure de Lauzon
Occupation: 1712 - 1739, juge bailli de la seigneure de Beaupre
Occupation: 1713 - 1725, court clerk of the officiality
Occupation: 1714 - 1715, secretary to Michel Begon
Occupation: 1716, deputy to king's attorny in the provost court of Quebec
Census: 1716, basse ville de Quebec, Quebec
Property: 1716, arriere fief d'Argentenay
Occupation: 1721 - 1722, chief court clerk of the Conseil Superieur
Property: 1722, another lot of arriere fief d'Argentenay
Occupation: 1725 - 1726, acting clerk of the provost court of Quebec
Burial: Jul 30, 1740, dans l'eglise des Recollets, Quebec, Quebec

More About Marie Anne Picard and Jacques Barbel:
Marriage contract: Nov 24, 1703, notaire: Francois Grenaple

Children of Marie Anne Picard and Jacques Barbel are:
   53   i. Marie Anne4 Barbel, born Aug 26, 1704 in Quebec, Quebec; died Nov 16, 1793 in Quebec, Quebec. She married Jean Louis Fournel (son of Jean Fournel and Anne Therese LeVasseur) Dec 31, 1723 in Quebec, Quebec; born Aug 20, 1698 in Quebec, Quebec; died 1745.

Notes for Marie Anne Barbel:
Source Jette:
* pg 46, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne Picard:
1. Marie Anne n 26 b 27-08-1704 Quebec m 1723 Jean Louis FOURNEL.

Source Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online:
"BARBEL, Marie Anne (Fornel), merchant and entrepreneur; b. 26 Aug 1704 at Quebec, daughter of Jacques Barbel and Marie Anne Le Picard; m 31 Dec 1723 Louis Fornel; seven of thier 14 children survived infancy; d 16 Nov 1793 at Quebec.
"Marie Anne Barbel's father had risen swiftly from garrison sergeant of Quebec to officeholder, but he ended his life overwhelmed by debts. Barbel was an upstart, something not rare in the colony, and at the time of Marie Anne's marriage his career was in the ascendant. The Fornel family, into which she married, was more stable; in the marriage contract signed by the governor and the indentant, both her prospective husband and his father are designated merchants and bourgeois of Quebec. Her future brother-in-law, Joachim Fornel, was soon to be named a canon of the Quebec cathedral chapter.
"The life of Marie Anne Barbel is historical interest in part because of what it reveals of the role of women in the merchant class. Her business knowledge and her continuation in trade after her husband's death were typical. Although the business role of a wife under the custom of Paris is difficult to trace, Louis Fornel's delegation to Marie Anne on 15 May 1743 of full power of attorney over his affairs during his absence on the Labrador coast demonstrates that she was informed of his activities and considered capable of business decisions. Nevertheless, in the period of her marriage, the bearing and raising of children and the managing of her household would have been the focus of her life. This emphasis changed in 1745 when her husband died.
"The couple's "communit of property" was not dissolved after Louis Fornel's death, his rights devolving instead upon his heirs. Mme Fornel administered this property, carrying on the family business and extending it in size and in new directions. She continued to enjoy friendship and close business relations with Francois Havy and Jean LeFebvre, two Huguenot merchants who had been her husband's partners in several enterprises, including the Labrador sealing industry. She was unable to continue exploitation of their sealing station at Chateau Bay, which after the War of the Austrian Succession was granted to Jean Francois Gaultier, but she had more success with Baie des Esquimaux (Hamilton Inlet), a site Fornel had discovered in 1743 and renamed Baie Saint Louis. At the time of his death he had been petitioning for a monopoly of its trade. Intendant Hocquart planned instead to unite it with the Tadoussac trading posts (sometimes called the king's posts), so that it would not adversely affect their business; however, his successor, Bigot, granted the Baie Saint Louis monopoly to Mme Fornel on 20 Sep 1749. He noted that she would be developing it in company with Havy and Lefebvre, her share being only one-third. BIgot may have made the grant as part of a general strategy of thwarting his predecessor's clients, in this case the farmer of the Tadoussac trading posts, Francois Etienne Cugnet, for Cugnet's lease on them was not renewed. Instead they too were leased to Mme Fornel in 1749. "Widow Fornel has a company," Bigot explained to the minister of Marine, "and nothing whatever will be lacking at the post of Tadoussac and ... the king will be well paid each year." Circumstantial evidence suggests that Havy and Lefebvre were he active partners in this venture as well, although they remained in the background, perhaps because of Governor Jacques Pierre de Taffanel de La Jonquiere's abhorrence of Protestants.
"As her husband had done before her, Mme Fornel invested part of her profits in the relative security of real estate. The most original venture of her career was the establishment of a pottery to meet the demand arising from wartime shortages. As Havy and Lefebvre explained in a letter of 1746, "no earthenware is coming from France and it appears that as long as the war lasts it will be the same, but the country has a resource in Mademoiselle Fornel who has established its manufacture. She has a very good craftsman and her eaerth proves good." The pottery, finished with lead and copper glazes, was immediatley successful and was even taken for the French product. The shop remained in operation suntil at least 1752. In that year Francois Jacquet signed a three year contract with her which is revealing of the conditions of labour at the time: he was to be paid on a piece work basis, she would provide stove wood and lighting, and curiously, each was to hire a man and provide his food and wages. Jacquet worked in the "Briqueterie" a dilapidated building in the Lower Town.
"The war of the conquest hastened Marie Anne Fornel's withdrawal from the trade. Her north shore and Labrador posts were liabilities in wartime. She made no effort to renew lease on the Tadoussac trading posts which expired in 1755, and it is doubtfull whether she was still operating at Baie Saint Louis when her monopoly expired in 1761. Her numerous buildings in Quebec's Lower Town were destroyed in the bombardment of the city in 1759, and nothing more is heard of the pottery. In 1764 she and the Fornel heirs agreed to settle accounts with the Havy and Lefebvre Heirs by paying them the sum of 12,000 livres, the last payment being made in 1769. An inventory of the Fornels community property made the following year indicates a history of solid bourgeois comfort, but also considerable indebtedness resulting from wartime reversals. Between 1765 and 1771 Mme Fornel laboured to pay her debts, rebuild many of her houses, and consolidate her assets. In 1777 the Fornel property was divided among the heirs, and Mme Fornel entered into the last phase of her life, that of retirement, which lasted until her death in 1793."

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 24, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne LePicard:
Marie Anne, b Quebec 27 aout 1704; m Quebec 31 dec 1723, a Louis FORNEL.

More About Marie Anne Barbel:
Baptism: Aug 27, 1704, Quebec, Quebec
Cited: May 15, 1743, recieved full power of attorney for husband's affairs during his absence to Labrador
Occupation: 1746 - 1759, establised a pottery
Occupation: 1749 - 1755, lease of Tadoussac trading posts
Occupation: 1749 - 1761, sealing monopoly at Baie St. Louis with Havy and LeFebvre

Notes for Jean Louis Fournel:

Source Jette:
* pg 437, sous Jean Fournel et Anne Therese Levasseur:
2. Jean Louis n et b 20-08-1698 Quebec m 1723 Marie ANne BARBEL.
* pg 437:
FOURNEL ou FORNEL, Jean Louis (Jean & Marie Therese LEVASSEUR); marchand bourgeois.
m 31-12-1723 Quebec (ct 31 Louet pere)
BARBEL, Marie Anne (Jacques & Marie Anne PICARD)
Enfants: Jean Joachim (1724-1724); Louis (1725); Jacques Joseph (1726-1727); Marie Anne (1729); et Joachim Charlotte (1729).

More About Jean Louis Fournel:
Aka: Jean Louis Fornel
Baptism: Aug 20, 1698, Quebec, Quebec
Occupation: marchand bourgeois

More About Marie Anne Barbel and Jean Fournel:
Marriage contract: Dec 31, 1723, notaire: Louet, pere

   54   ii. Pierre Barbel, born Jun 28, 1705 in Quebec, Quebec; died.

Notes for Pierre Barbel:
Source Jette:
* pg 46, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne Picard:
2. Pierre n et b 28-06-1705 Quebec.

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 24, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne LePicard:
Pierre, b Quebec 28 juin 1705.

More About Pierre Barbel:
Baptism: Jun 28, 1705, Quebec, Quebec

   55   iii. Jean Baptiste Barbel, born Jul 07, 1706 in Quebec, Quebec; died.

Notes for Jean Baptiste Barbel:
Source Jette:
* pg 46, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne Picard:
3. Jean Baptiste n et b 07-07-1706 Quebec.

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 24, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne LePicard:
Jean Baptiste, b Quebec 7 juillet 1706.

More About Jean Baptiste Barbel:
Baptism: Jul 07, 1706, Quebec, Quebec

   56   iv. Louise Barbel, born Apr 17, 1708 in Quebec, Quebec; died Dec 07, 1709 in St. Nicolas, Quebec.

Notes for Louise Barbel:
Source Jette:
* pg 46, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne Picard:
4. Louise n et b 17-04-1708 Quebec d 07 s 09-12-1709 St Nicolas.

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 24, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne LePicard:
Louise, b Quebec 17 avril 1708.

More About Louise Barbel:
Baptism: Apr 17, 1708, Quebec, Quebec
Burial: Dec 09, 1709, St. Nicolas, Quebec

   57   v. Jean Joseph Barbel, born May 06, 1709 in Quebec, Quebec; died.

Notes for Jean Joseph Barbel:
Source Jette:
* pg 46, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne Picard:
5. Jean Joseph n 06 b 07-05-1709 Quebec.

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 24, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne LePicard:
Jean Joseph, b Quebec 7 mai 1709.

More About Jean Joseph Barbel:
Baptism: May 07, 1709, Quebec, Quebec

   58   vi. Louis Barbel, born May 17, 1710 in Quebec, Quebec; died Dec 18, 1716 in Quebec, Quebec.

Notes for Louis Barbel:
Source Jette:
* pg 46, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne Picard:
6. Louis n et b 17-05-1710 Quebec d et s 18-12-1716 id.

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 24, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne LePicard:
Louis, b Quebec 17 mai 1710; s Quebec 18 dec 1716.

More About Louis Barbel:
Baptism: May 17, 1710, Quebec, Quebec
Burial: Dec 18, 1716, Quebec, Quebec

   59   vii. Marguerite Agnes Barbel, born May 30, 1711 in Quebec, Quebec; died. She married Pierre Jacques Gourdeau deBeaulieu (son of Jacques Gourdeau, sr de LaGrossardiere and Marie Bissot) Nov 08, 1733 in Quebec, Quebec; born May 09, 1693 in Quebec, Quebec; died Aug 02, 1746 in St. Pierre, Ile d'Orleans, Quebec.

Notes for Marguerite Agnes Barbel:
Source Jette:
* pg 46, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne Picard:
7. Marguerite Agnes n 30 b 31-05-1711 Quebec.

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 24, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne LePicard:
Marguerite Agnes, b Quebec 31 mai 1711; m Quebec 8 nov 1733, a Jacques GOURDEAU.

More About Marguerite Agnes Barbel:
Baptism: May 31, 1711, Quebec, Quebec

Notes for Pierre Jacques Gourdeau deBeaulieu:

Source SWhite:
* Vol 1, pg 754, sous Jacques Gourdeau et Marie Bissot:
a. Pierre Jacques (de Beaulieu) n/b Rg Que 9/10 mai 1693 (pr & mr: Pierre Benacle & Francoise Zachee epse Beaulieu); m 1 Rg Que 23 nov 1728 (Contrat Barbel 15 nov 1728) Marie Louise de MOSNY (Jean Baptiste & Marie Louise Albert); m 2 Rg Que 8 nov 1733 (contrat Boisseau 6 nov 1733) Marguerite Agnes BARBEL (Jacques & Marie Anne Picard); d/s Rg St Pierre, Ile d'Orleans 2/4 aout 1746 56a (sic), inh dans l'eglise, pres du choeur.

Source Jette:
* pg 521, sous Jacques Gourdeau, sr de LaGrossardiere et Marie Bissot:
1. Pierre Jacques n 09 b 10-05-1693 Quebec m 1728 Louise de MOSNY.
* pg 521:
GOURDEAU, sieur de BEAULIEU, Pierre Jacques (Jacques & Marie BISSOT); capitaine de port 1718 Quebec; heritier des arriere fiefs de Beaulieu et de LaGrossardiere.
m 23-11-1728 Quebec (ct 15 Barbel)
MOSNY (de), Marie Louise (Jean Baptiste & Marie Louise ALBERT).
Enfant: Jacques Cyprien (1730).

More About Pierre Jacques Gourdeau deBeaulieu:
Aka: Pierre Jacques Gourdeau, sr de Beaulieu
Name 2: Jacques Gourdeau
Baptism: May 10, 1693, Quebec, Quebec
God Parents: Pierre Benacle and Francoise Zachee
Occupation: 1718, capitaine de port; Quebec, Quebec
Property: heritier des arriere fiefs de Beaulieu et de LaGrossardiere
Burial: Aug 04, 1746, dans l'eglise, pres du choeur, St. Pierre, Ile d'Orleans, Quebec

More About Pierre deBeaulieu and Marguerite Barbel:
Marriage contract: Nov 06, 1733, notaire: Boisseau

   60   viii. Marie Catherine Barbel, born May 06, 1713 in Quebec, Quebec; died May 10, 1713 in L'Ancienne Lorette, Quebec.

Notes for Marie Catherine Barbel:
Source Jette:
* pg 46, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne Picard:
8. Marie Catherine n 06 b 07-05-1713 Quebec d et s 10 L'Ancienne Lorette.

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 24, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne LePicard:
Marie Catherine, b Quebec 7 et s 10 mai 1713, a Lorette.

More About Marie Catherine Barbel:
Baptism: May 07, 1713, Quebec, Quebec
Burial: May 10, 1713, L'Ancienne Lorette, Quebec

   61   ix. Charles Thomas Barbel, born Apr 23, 1714 in Quebec, Quebec; died May 08, 1714 in Beauport, Quebec.

Notes for Charles Thomas Barbel:
Source Jette:
* pg 46, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne Picard:
9. Charles Thomas n 23 b 24-04-1714 Quebec d 08 s 09-05-1714 Beauport.

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 24, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne LePicard:
Charles Thomas, b Quebec 24 avril et s Beauport 9 mai 1714.

More About Charles Thomas Barbel:
Baptism: Apr 24, 1714, Quebec, Quebec
Burial: May 09, 1714, Beauport, Quebec

   62   x. Marie Therese Barbel, born Jun 07, 1715 in Quebec, Quebec; died.

Notes for Marie Therese Barbel:
Source Jette:
* pg 46, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne Picard:
10. Marie Therese n et b 07-06-1715 Quebec.

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 24, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne LePicard:
Marie Therese, b Quebec 7 juin 1715.

More About Marie Therese Barbel:
Baptism: Jun 07, 1715, Quebec, Quebec

   63   xi. Charles Thomas Barbel, born Jul 02, 1716 in Quebec, Quebec; died.

Notes for Charles Thomas Barbel:
Source Jette:
* pg 46, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne Picard:
11. Charles Thomas n 02 b 03-07-1716 Quebec.

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 24, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne LePicard:
Charles Thomas b Quebec 3 juillet 1716.

More About Charles Thomas Barbel:
Baptism: Jul 03, 1716, Quebec, Quebec

   64   xii. Pierre Ignace Barbel, born Jul 31, 1717 in Quebec, Quebec; died Aug 02, 1717 in St. Augustin, Quebec.

Notes for Pierre Ignace Barbel:
Source Jette:
* pg 47, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne Picard:
12. Pierre Ignace n 31-07 b 01-08-1717 Quebec d 02 s 03-08-1717 St Augustin.

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 24, sous Jacques Barbel et Marie Anne LePicard:
Pierre Ignace b Quebec 1er et s 3 aout 1717, a St Augustin.

More About Pierre Ignace Barbel:
Baptism: Aug 01, 1717, Quebec, Quebec
Burial: Aug 03, 1717, St. Augustin, Quebec

11. Marie Catherine3 Picard (Jean2, Pierre1, Joachim-1) was born May 07, 1691 in Quebec, Quebec, and died Feb 08, 1719 in Quebec, Quebec. She married Etienne Veron, sr de Grandmesnil May 28, 1713 in Montreal, Quebec, son of Etienne Veron, sr de Grandmesnil and Marie Moral. He was born Abt. 1679, and died Apr 22, 1743 in Quebec, Quebec.

Notes for Marie Catherine Picard:

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 481, sous Jean Picard et Marie Anne Fortin:
Marie-Catherine, b 7 mai 1691, a Quebec; m a Etienne Grandmesnil; s 9 fev. 1719.
* Vol 6, pg 344, sous Jean Picard et Marie Anne Fortin:
Marie-Catherine, b 7 mai 1691; m 28 mai 1713, a Etienne Veron, a Montreal; s 9 fevrier 1719.

Source Jette:
* pg 911, sous Jean Picard et Marie Anne Fortin:
1. Marie Catherine n et b 07-05-1691 Quebec, m 1713 Etienne VERON

More About Marie Catherine Picard:
Aka: Marie Catherine LePicard
Baptism: May 07, 1691, Quebec, Quebec
Burial: Feb 09, 1719, Quebec, Quebec

Notes for Etienne Veron, sr de Grandmesnil:

Source Dictionnary of Canadian Biography Online:
"VERON DE GRANDMESNIL, ETIENNE, clerk iin the king's warehouse at Trois Rivieres, merchant, receiver of the admiral of France; b 19 Dec 1679 at Trois Rivieres, son of Etienne Veron de Grandmesnil and Marie Therese Moral de Saint Quentin; d 22 April 1743 at Quebec.
"Etienne ... spent his childhood and youth at Trois Rivieres. ... married Madeleine, the daughter of Joseph Francois Hertel de La Fresniere, in 1694. ... clerk in the king's warehouse at Trois Rivieres. Become a widower, he married Marie Catherine Le Picard in 1713 in Montreal, where he lived until 1715. Then he went to Quebec and set himself up as a merchant ...
"... he is better know as a litigant, and a litigant who did not give up easlity, ... second marraige, with Marie Catheirne Le Picard, Veron had become brother-in-law to the notary Jacques Barbel, husband of Marie Anne Le Picard; ... daughters of Jean Le Picard. At his death in 1714 Le Picard left a property which was rented to the merchant Gabriel Greysac. ... an order to Greaysac to move out. ... long dispute which was not settled until 1721. That same year ... between Veron de Grandmesnil and his young brother-in-law Joseph Le Picard. Both men claimed the part of the house that the other occupied. In 1725 an ordiancne allowed Veron to have first choice, ... a disagreement over a neighbouring piece of land belonging to Joseph Le Picard, ... disputed boundaries...
"At his father's death in 1721, Veron de Grandmesnil took in hand the interests of Lamothe Cadillac ... whose secretary Etienne Veron the elder had been ... In 1730 Veron the younger, who had become Cadillac's attorney, ...
"During his last years Veron deGrandmesnil held the office of receiver of the admiral of France. A document dated 1740 describes Veron in this capacity ..."

Source Jette:
* pg 1120, sous Etienne Veron, sr de Grandmesnil et Marie Moral:
2. Etienne b 19-12-1679 Trois Rivieres m 1713 Marie Catherine PICARD.
* pg 1120:
VERON, sieur de GRANDMESNIL, Etienne (Etienne & Marie MORAL ) au rec 16, a la basse ville Quebec, marchand; commis au magasin du roi a Trois Rivieres en 1695, a Detroit en 1709; marchand a Quebec; Enfant Naturel (mere: Marie LEPAGE, veuve Francois BEAUCERON): Marie Therese n 24 b 25-07-1709 Detroit.
m 28-05-1713 Montreal (ct 27 LePailleur)
PICARD, Marie Catherine ((Jean & Marie Anne FORTIN) d 08 s 09-02-1719 Quebec.
Enfants: Marie Anne (1714-1714); Marie Catherine (1715); Etienne (1716-1716); Etienne (1717-1723); et Marie Veronique (1719-1723).

More About Etienne Veron, sr de Grandmesnil:
Aka: Etienne Veron deGrandmesnil
Name 2: Etienne Veron dit Grandmesnil
Date born 2: Dec 19, 1679, Trois Rivieres, Quebec
Baptism: Dec 19, 1679, Trois Rivieres, Quebec
Occupation: 1694, clerk in the king's warehouse at Trois Rivieres
Occupation: 1695, commis au magasin du roi a Trois Rivieres
Occupation: 1709, commis au magasin du roi a Detroit
Location: 1713 - 1715, Montreal, Quebec
Occupation: 1715, merchant
Location: 1715, Quebec, Quebec
Census 1716: basse ville de Quebec, Quebec
Occupation: 1716, marchand
Occupation: 1721 - 1730, Cadillac's attorney
Occupation: 1740, receiver of the admiral of France

More About Marie Catherine Picard and Etienne Veron, sr de Grandmesnil:
Marriage contract: May 27, 1713, notaire: LePailleur

Children of Marie Catherine Picard and Etienne Veron, sr de Grandmesnil, are:
   65   i. Marie Anne4 Veron, born May 03, 1714 in Montreal, Quebec; died Abt. Jul 1714.

Notes for Marie Anne Veron:
Source Jette:
* pg 1120, sous Etienne Veron, sr de Grandmesnil et Marie Catherine Picard:
1. Marie Anne n et b 03-05-1714 Montreal s 09-07-1714 Pointe aux Trembles.

More About Marie Anne Veron:
Baptism: May 03, 1714, Montreal, Quebec
Burial: Jul 09, 1714, Pointe aux Trembles, Quebec

   66   ii. Marie Catherine Veron, born Jun 11, 1715 in Quebec, Quebec; died. She married Joseph Fleury (son of Joseph Fleury, sr de LaGorgendiere and Claire Jolliet) Jan 19, 1738 in Quebec, Quebec; born May 01, 1709 in Quebec, Quebec; died.

Notes for Marie Catherine Veron:
Source Jette:
* pg 1120, sous Etienne Veron, sr de Grandmesnil et Marie Catherine Picard:
2. Marie Catherine n et b 11-06-1715 Quebec.

More About Marie Catherine Veron:
Baptism: Jun 11, 1715, Quebec, Quebec

Notes for Joseph Fleury:

Source Jette:
* pg 423, sous Joseph Fleury, sr de laGorgendiere, et Claire Jolliet:
3. Joseph n et b 01-05-1709 Quebec; marchand.

More About Joseph Fleury:
Aka: Joseph deFleury
Baptism: May 01, 1709, Quebec, Quebec
Occupation: marchand

Marriage Notes for Marie Veron and Joseph Fleury:

Source Red Drouin, pg 353:
Joseph DeFleury, de La Gorgendière (Joseph et Claire Joliet)
19 janvier 1738 Québec
Catherine Véron de Grandmesnil (Etienne et M-Catherine Picard)

   67   iii. Etienne Veron, born Jul 24, 1716 in Quebec, Quebec; died Jul 29, 1716 in Quebec, Quebec.

Notes for Etienne Veron:
Source Jette:
* pg 1120, sous Etienne Veron, sr de Grandmesnil et Marie Catherine Picard:
3. Etienne n et b 24-07-1716 Quebec d et s 29 id.

More About Etienne Veron:
Baptism: Jul 24, 1716, Quebec, Quebec
Burial: Jul 29, 1716, Quebec, Quebec

   68   iv. Etienne Veron, born Sep 10, 1717 in Quebec, Quebec; died Abt. Mar 1723.

Notes for Etienne Veron:
Source Jette:
* pg 1120, sous Etienne Veron, sr de Grandmesnil et Marie Catherine Picard:
4. Etienne n 10 b 12-09-1717 Quebec s 05-03-1723 id.

More About Etienne Veron:
Baptism: Sep 12, 1717, Quebec, Quebec
Burial: Mar 05, 1723, Quebec, Quebec

   69   v. Marie Veronique Veron, born Feb 02, 1719 in Quebec, Quebec; died Jul 08, 1723 in Quebec, Quebec.

Notes for Marie Veronique Veron:
Source Jette:
* pg 1120, sous Etienne Veron, sr de Grandmesnil et Marie Catherine Picard:
5. Marie Veronique n et b 02-02-1719 Quebec d 08 s 09-07-1723 id.

More About Marie Veronique Veron:
Baptism: Feb 02, 1719, Quebec, Quebec
Burial: Jul 09, 1723, Quebec, Quebec

12. Joseph Jean3 Picard (Jean2, Pierre1, Joachim-1) was born Sep 20, 1695 in Quebec, Quebec, and died Jul 27, 1727 in Quebec, Quebec. He married Marie Louise Reiche Apr 18, 1723 in Quebec, Quebec, daughter of Francois Reiche and Marguerite Pinard. She was born Nov 11, 1696 in haute ville de Quebec, Quebec, and died Abt. Feb 1754.

Notes for Joseph Jean Picard:

Source Tanguay:
* Vol 1, pg 481, sous Jean Picard et Marie Anne Fortin:
Joseph-Jean, b 20 sep 1695; m 18 avril 1723, a Marie Louise Reiche; s 28 juil 1727.
* Vol 6, pg 345, sous 1723, (18 avril) Quebec:
III.----PICARD, Joseph Jean, b 1695; s 28 juil 1727. [Jean II.
REICHE, Marie Louise, b 1696; s 28 fevr 1754. [Francois I.
Enfants: Jean Francois et Jean Baptiste.

Source Jette:
* pg 911, sous Jean Picard et Marie Anne Fortin:
2. Joseph Jean n et b 20-29-1695 Quebec m 1723 Marie Louise REICHE.
* pg 912:
PICARD, Joseph Jean (Jean & Marie Anne FORTIN) d 27 s 28-07-1727 Quebec; marchand.
m 18-04-1723 Quebec (ct 16 Louet pere)
REICHE, Marie Louise (Francois & Marguerite PINARD).
Enfants: Jean Francois (1724); et Jean Baptiste (1726).

More About Joseph Jean Picard:
Baptism: Sep 20, 1695, Quebec, Quebec
Occupation: marchand
Burial: Jul 28, 1727, Quebec, Quebec

Notes for Marie Louise Reiche:

Source Jette:
* pg 973, sous Francois Reiche et Marguerite Pinard:
3. Marie Louise n 11 haute ville b 13-11-1696 Quebec m 1723 Joseph PICARD.

More About Marie Louise Reiche:
Baptism: Nov 13, 1696, Quebec, Quebec
Burial: Feb 28, 1754

More About Joseph Jean Picard and Marie Louise Reiche:
Marriage contract: Apr 16, 1723, notaire: Louet, pere

Children of Joseph Jean Picard and Marie Louise Reiche are:
 + 70   i. Jean Francois4 Picard, born Apr 17, 1724 in Quebec, Quebec; died.
   71   ii. Jean Baptiste Picard, born May 15, 1726 in Quebec, Quebec; died.

Notes for Jean Baptiste Picard:
Source Tanguay:
* Vol 6, pg 345, sous Joseph Jean Picard et Marie Louise Reiche:
Jean Baptiste, b 15 mai 1726.

Source Jette:
* pg 912, sous Joseph Jean Picard et Marie Louise Reiche:
2. Jean Baptiste n et b 15-05-1726 Quebec.

More About Jean Baptiste Picard:
Baptism: May 15, 1726, Quebec, Quebec


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