BELANGER was born on June 12, 1801 in Detroit, Michigan, Northwest Territory.725 She died. Parents:
Gregoire BELANGER and Marie Louise GAGNIER.|
Suzanne BÉLANGER dit Catherine was born on March 1, 1665 in Québec City, Québec, New France.528 She was christened on March 1, 1665 in Notre-Dame-de-Quebec, Quebec City, New France. She died on February 27, 1707 in Beauport, Bellechasse, Québec, New France.844 She was buried on February 28, 1707 in Beauport, PQ, Canada. Parents: Nicolas BELLANGER dit Catherine, Sr. and Marie RAINVILLE.
Spouse: Jean GIROUX. Jean GIROUX and Suzanne BÉLANGER dit Catherine signed a marriage contract on February 9, 1686. Vachon. They were married on February 12, 1686 in Beauport, Bellechasse, Québec, New France.528 Children were: Jean Baptiste GIROUX, Pierre GIROUX, Marie Therese GIROUX, Ursule GIROUX, Suzanne GIROUX, Marie Louise GIROUX, Marie Catherine GIROUX, Marie Josephe GIROUX, Jean Baptiste Ange GIROUX, Denis Joseph GIROUX, Joseph Marie GIROUX, Madeleine GIROUX.
Theodore Alfred BÉLANGER was born on August 12, 1917 in Cumberland, RI.845 He lived in Berkley in Cumberland, RI between August 12, 1917 and 1919. He was baptized on November 14, 1917 in St. Matthew's Church, Central Falls, RI.846 Godparents are maternal half-aunt Yvonne Godin and Ernest Petrin. He lived at 11 North East St. in Holyoke, MA in 1919. He was educated before 1927. Elementary Education. Grade 5. He lived in Plainfield, CT between 1927 and 1930. He lived in Moosup, Plainfield, CT between 1930 and 1934. He lived in Massachusetts in 1935. He lived on Green Hollow Rd. in Danielson, Killingly, CT between 1935 and 1936. Before 1937 he was a Clothing Presser in Wauregan, CT. Royal Robes. Made bathrobes. He lived on Franklin St. in Danielson, Killingly, CT between 1937 and 1938. He lived in Central Village, CT between 1938 and 1941. About 1941 he was a Laundry Truck Driver in Norwich, CT. He lived in Taftville in Norwich, CT about 1941. In 1942 he was a Presser in Norwich, CT. Russell's Cleaners and Dryers. He lived at 74 North Main St. in Norwich, CT between 1942 and 1947. Between 1943 and 1947 he was a Restaurant, Tavern, and Lodging Business Owner and Operator in Norwich, CT. The Homestead Canteen restaurant in 1943-44. After 1945, the fare was changed from a restaurant to a bar, and the Homestead Tavern failed in 1947. About 1946 he was a Worker in Whitinsville, Northbridge, MA. He lived in Whitinsville, Northbridge, MA about August 1946. Family spent a month or so at cousin, by marriage, Rhea Vallee's home. He lived at 43 Mill St. in Arctic, West Warwick, RI between 1947 and 1948. Family lived in basement of sister Cil Theroux. He lived at 43 Mill St. in Arctic, West Warwick, RI between 1948 and 1953. Family bought house from sister Cil Theroux. West Warwick Senior Citizens Manor later stood on site. Between 1949 and 1972 he was a Clothing Presser in Providence, RI. National Cleansers. About 1953 he was a Gift Shop Owner and Operator in West Warwick, RI. Ted's Gift Shop, Main St. Across from St. James' Church. He lived on Pike St. in Clyde, West Warwick, RI from 1953 to 1954. He lived on Beach Pond Rd. in Voluntown, CT in 1954. Lived with his sister Lena and her family for the summer. He lived at 6 Gardner Ave. in Arctic, West Warwick, RI between 1955 and 1956. Called "Denomee Block." Across the street from where the West Warwick Police Station stands. He lived on Main St. in Clyde, West Warwick, RI between 1956 and 1957. He lived at 45 East St. in West Warwick, RI between 1957 and January 1958. He lived at 312 Providence St. in Westcott, West Warwick, RI between February 1958 and 1959. Lived near future Rhode Island TV news anchor Frank Colletta. He lived at 24 Robert St. in Arctic, West Warwick, RI between 1959 and 1960. Apartments next to the former Odeon Thatre. He lived at 34-C Lexington Ave. in Centreville, West Warwick, RI between 1960 and 1967. He and son Henry stayed in one room, daughters Elaine and Phyllis in the other, while wife Joan stayed in parlor. After Henry moved out, Elaine's boyfriend Gene Caskey sometimes stayed in Henry's old room with subject. Wife's nephew Leo Lemoine would also often stay on weekends while he was dating his girlfriend Annette Perras. He lived at 1 East St. in West Warwick, RI about 1960. Behind the former Dresslers Grocery Market. The Salvation Army Store later was on lot. He lived at 39 Providence St. in Arctic, West Warwick, RI from 1967 to 1970. Near the former A&P, later Jerry's Supermarket. He lived at 989 Main St. in Clyde, West Warwick, RI between 1970 and June 1971. Upstairs from what would be Petrocelli's Hair Salon. He lived at 28 Crawford St., Apt. 1 in Arctic, West Warwick, RI from July 1971 to December 1982. Also maintained a shack after 1976 at 32 Jodoin St. where he kept his dog. He died on December 26, 1982 in Warwick, RI.847 Died of cardiac arrest, diabetis, malnutrition, and alcoholism. He was buried in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Arctic, West Warwick, RI. Section C. To be placed in his late widow Joan Belanger's coffin, his ashes were exhumed in May 2006 in the presence of son Henry Belanger and grandson Roger Chatell. When the deep grave was dug, it was discovered to have been an unrecorded grave, probably from the 1920's. A new grave was allocated and they were placed in Section E, Plot 59. He has Ancestral File Number 6. He was Roman Catholic. St. John the Baptist Church, West Warwick; St. Matthew's Church, Central Falls; RI. St. Mary's Church; Norwich, CT. He was cremated. He was also known as Teddy Belanger. He was also known as Alfred Theodore Belanger. At baptism. Parents: Alfred BÉLANGER and Roseanna HERVIEUX.
Spouse: Jeanne d'Arc Iolanda LEMOINE. Theodore Alfred BÉLANGER and Jeanne d'Arc Iolanda LEMOINE were married on August 3, 1937 in Phenix Baptist Church, Coventry, RI.848 Her mother was against them getting married. They had gone from Danielson to visit his friend Rosario Levallee in Coventry. He convinced them to decide to elope on the spur of the moment. Got license at the former Town Hall building on Route 117, later Jif Florist, went down the street and got married at the minister's house at Routes 117 and 116, Knotty Oak Rd. Rosario and his wife Doris Levallee were the witnesses. They were under age at the time to be married without the parents' consents. Rosario and Ted lied and said that they were from Coventry, when in fact they were from Connecticut. He also gave their birth years as 1915, when in fact they were 1917 and 1919, in order to make them both over 21. It is also thought that, unbeknownst to her, they lied to the minister in saying that she was pregnant and they had to get married, when this was not the case. Marriage was blessed at St. James' Church in Danielson 8 months later while she was pregnant. Children were: Living, Living, Living, Living.
Thérèse BÉLANGER was born about 1785. She died. Parents: Louis BÉLANGER and Marie Catherine VACHON dit Laminee.
Treffle BELANGER was born about September 1885 in Coventry, RI.849 He was baptized on September 27, 1885 in St. Jean Baptiste, Arctic, Warwick, RI. Godparents were brother François and sister-in-law Henriette Belanger. He died. Parents: Cyrille BELANGER and Victoria FOURNIER.
Ursule BELANGER699 was born about 1743. She died. Parents: Jean Francois BELANGER Sr. and Marie Louise CARON.
Veronique BÉLANGER was born on August 30, 1704 in Château-Richer, Montmorency, Québec, New France.498 She died. Parents: Charles BÉLANGER Jr. and Genevieve GAGNON.
Victoire Rosalie BELANGER was born on February 8, 1875 in Dorchester, PQ, Canada.611 She died on October 24, 1952 in West Warwick, RI.611 Parents: Cyrille BELANGER and Victoria FOURNIER.
Spouse: Joseph Louis BEAUDOIN. Joseph Louis BEAUDOIN and Victoire Rosalie BELANGER were married on January 23, 1899 in St. Jean Baptiste, Arctic, Warwick, RI.611 Notre-Dame mission church in Phenix. Children were: Auguste BEAUDOIN, Aurize BEAUDOIN.
William Nelson BELANGER was born on November 20, 1899 in Springfield, MA.628 He died on September 7, 1981 in Springfield, MA.628 He was buried in Calvary Cemetery, Chicopee, MA. Holy Name Section, Lot 122.
Williem BELANGER was born on January 12, 1912 in Harris, Coventry, RI.850 He lived at 160 Mill St. in Harris, Coventry, RI in 1915. He died on December 23, 1917 in Coventry, RI.850 Died of bronchis pneumonia. He was buried in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Arctic, West Warwick, RI. He was also known as Willy Belanger. Parents: Joseph Gédeon Eusibe BELANGER and Melina THEROUX.
Joséphine BELENFANT59 was born about 1870. She died.
Spouse: Osias HÉNAULT. Osias HÉNAULT and Joséphine BELENFANT were married about 1890.
Harry BELHAM Jr. was born on April 29, 1938 in Brockton, MA.851 He died on April 22, 1997 in Largo, FL.852,853 He was buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Attleboro, MA.
Louis BELHOMME82 was born about 1580 in Ige, Orne, Kingdom of France. He died in The Kingdom of France. He has Ancestral File Number 28574.
Marie BELHOMME was born about January 1610. She was baptized on January 27, 1610 in St-Martin, Ige, Orne, Kingdom of France.82 She died before October 6, 1653 in St-Maurice, Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, New France.82 She has Ancestral File Number 14287. Parents: Louis BELHOMME and Francoise ROTIER.
Catherine BELIER403 was born about 1605. She died. She has Ancestral File Number 4645.
BELISLE855 was born about 1865. He died.
BELISLE was born about 1895. He died. Parents: BELISLE and Marie BEAUCHEMIN.
BELISLE was born about 1925. He died. Parents: BELISLE and (Belisle).
Spouse: . BELISLE and (Belisle) were married about 1950. Children were: Living.
Alice Josephine BELISLE was born on March 29, 1934 in Springfield, MA.390 She graduated from Chicopee High School in 1951 in Chicopee, MA. She received a degree in Education in 1955 in Westfield, MA. Westfield State College. In 1956 she was a Teacher in Chicopee, MA. In 1968 she was an Administrative Director in Agawam, MA. Feeding Hills Community Kindergarten. Between 1978 and 1986 she was a Clerk in Agawam, MA. Buxton, Inc. She died on July 29, 1995 in Agawam, MA.856 She was buried in St. Michael Cemetery, Springfield, MA. Section 6, Lot 36.
Spouse: . Richard Auburn GROSS and Alice Josephine BELISLE were married on June 23, 1956 in St. Patrick's Church, Chicopee, MA.390 Children were: Living.
Lena BELISLE was born on August 19, 1854 in Pierreville, Quebec, Canada East.857 She lived at 7 Midway in Chicopee, MA before June 1920. She died on January 25, 1929 in Claremont, NH.858 She was buried in Calvary Cemetery, Chicopee, MA. Body taken on train to Springfield and thence to Chicopee. St. Aloysius Section, Lot 150. She was a Housekeeper.
William Ernest BELISLE was born in 1924.343 He died on October 9, 1987.859 He was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Danielson, Killingly, CT. MILITARY: World War II; SK2, U.S. Navy.
Spouse: Sylvia Una LABELLE. William Ernest BELISLE and Sylvia Una LABELLE were married about 1940. Children were: Living, Living, Living, Living.
BELIVEAU was born about 1865. He died. Parents: Pierre BELIVEAU and Josephte PARADIS.
BELIVEAU was born about 1895. He died. Parents: BELIVEAU and (Beliveau).
BELIVEAU was born about 1925. He died. Parents: BELIVEAU and (Beliveau).
Spouse: (Beliveau). BELIVEAU and (Beliveau) were married about 1950. Children were: Living.
Louis BELIVEAU was born in March 1875.124 He died.
Pierre BELIVEAU860 was born about 1830. He died.
Eliza BELL was born on December 25, 1869 in Sherbrooke, PQ, Canada.62 She died on March 29, 1945 in Somersworth, NH.62
Spouse: Hilaire BISSON. Hilaire BISSON and Eliza BELL were married on June 19, 1887 in Somersworth, NH.62 Children were: Ludger BISSON, Cora BISSON, Iva BISSON, Adolphe P. BISSON, Léda BISSON, Eliza BISSON, Mary Jane BISSON, Oliver BISSON, Louise Mary BISSON, Albert BISSON, Archibald BISSON, Joseph BISSON, Edward BISSON.
Joseph Alfred Philip BÉLLAND was born on May 28, 1845 in St-Gabriel-de-Brandon, Berthier, Québec, Canada East.397 He died. Parents: Joseph BELAND Jr. and Magdeleine Eloise Martin PELLAND.
Marie Anne BELLAND was born on August 5, 1780 in Louiseville, Quebec, British Territory.862 She died. Parents: Louis BELAND Sr. and Marie Anne DUGUAY dit Duquet.
François BELLANGER Sr.863 was born in 1586 in Touque, Lisieux, Normandie, Kingdom of France.473,864 He died. He has Ancestral File Number 5040.
Spouse: Françoise HORLAYS. François BELLANGER Sr. and Françoise HORLAYS were married about 1610 in St-Pierre-de-Sees, Orne, Normandie, Kingdom of France.473 Marriage year assumed. Children were: Seigneur François BELLANGER Jr..
Seigneur François BELLANGER Jr.837,865,866 was born before October 7, 1612 in Pont-L'Eveque, Lisieux, Normandie, Kingdom of France.10,867 He was baptized on October 7, 1612 in St-Pierre-de-Sees, Orne, Normandie, Kingdom of France.867 "On the seventh day of October (1612) was baptized François Bellanger, son of François Bellanger and Françoise Horlays and was named after the honorable François Dumesnil, Squire of St-Teny, and by the honorable Nicolas Bougis, Sieur de Fosses, and demoiselle Loyse Gurou, wife of Squire Guillaume Lepaulnier, Sieur de la Chapelle." He was educated before 1634 in France.866 His bold signature; pictured in "Les Bélangers de Quebec", ch.3 p.1, by James Bélanger; showed that he could write and was more educated than the average settler. He emigrated on June 4, 1634 from France. A 21 year old bachelor, he followed Robert Giffard, Jean Guyon, and Zacharie Cloutier to New France. Departed from Dieppe, France in 1634 on Captain de Nesle's vessel; he arrived in North America at Tadoussac on June 4, 1634. His future wife at the age of ten travelled on the same ship. He served in the military between 1663 and 1677 in Beaupre, Ile d'Orleans, Quebec, New France. Captain of the militia. He died before April 25, 1687 in Bonsecours, L'Islet sur Mer, Quebec, New France.868,869 He was buried. Probably buried at Cap-St-Ignace. He has Ancestral File Number 2520. He was a Mason. He was elected as Mayor in Longue Pointe, Quebec, New France. Mayor for citizens at the Longue Point, which would become the parish of St. Anne de Beaupre. Spelled his name Bellanger. In 1636, he was a witness to the marriage contract between Robert Drouyn and ten year old Anne Cloutier. Records of Notre Dame de Quebec marriages shows Francois and Marie Guyon had two children married there, Marie Madeleine & Nicolas (who married Marie de Rainville). Jette has this information: "peut etre de St-Thomas de Touques, ar. Pont-L'Eveque, ev. Lisieux, Normandie (Calvados); d entre 25-10-1685 et 25-04-1687, L'Islet; peut etre parent de Nicolas; 54 ans au rec. 66, 55 ans au rec. 67, a Beaupre; 60 ans au rec. 81, a L'Islet; cite capitaine de milice de Beaupre 1663-1677; concession de la seigneurie de Bonsecours (a L'Islet) 01-07-1677, heritee par son fils Charles; (remarque: un Francois Belanger, fils de Francois et de Francoise Horlays, a ete baptise 07-10-1612 a St-Pierre de Sees, Normandie, Orne. [AGA, MSGCF (104): 85-103 et (105): 131-143]" He was the first Seigneur of the seigneurie de Bonsecours a L'Islet. Parents: François BELLANGER Sr. and Françoise HORLAYS.
Spouse: Marie Madeleine GUYON. Seigneur François BELLANGER Jr. and Marie Madeleine GUYON were married on July 12, 1637 in Notre-Dame-de-Recouvrance Chapel, Notre-Dame-des-Anges, Quebec, New France.528 The first double wedding ceremony performed in New France. They were joined by Robert Drouin and Anne Cloutier. The two brides were friends from back in Mortagne, France. Chapel burned three years later in 1640. Children were: Charles BÉLANGER Sr., Marie Madeleine BÉLANGER, Marguerite BÉLANGER, Seigneur Jean François BELLANGER Sr., Francoise Charlotte BÉLANGER, Mathurine BÉLANGER, Seigneur Louis BÉLANGER Sr., Louise BÉLANGER, Geneviève BÉLANGER, Guillaume BÉLANGER, Jacques BELANGER, Anne BÉLANGER.
Seigneur Jean François BELLANGER Sr.812 was born on February 15, 1648 in Québec City, Québec, New France.528,769 He was baptized on February 15, 1648 in Québec City, Québec, New France.814 He lived in L'Islet, Quebec, New France after December 1671. He died on February 5, 1682 in Bonsecours, L'Islet sur Mer, Quebec, New France.735 He was buried on February 6, 1682 in Cap-St-Ignace, Montmagny, Québec, New France. He was buried on September 13, 1699 in L'Islet, PQ, Canada.735 Buried in his field in the absence of a cemetery. His body was brought to the new cemetery in L'Islet. He served in the military in Bonsecours, L'Islet sur Mer, Quebec, New France. Captain of Militia, successor of his father. Jean-Francois was Seigneur de Bonsecours. He and his brothers, Louis and Jacques, were all established on the land grant of Bonsecours at L'Islet. At the census of 1681, household 38 (PRDH) county of Montmorency we find: "Jean Francois Bellanger, age 30 years, undeclared occupation Marie Cloutier, age 28 years, wife of Jean Francois Marie Bellanger, age 8 years, daughter of Jean and Marie Jean Bellanger, age 6 years, son of Jean and Marie Charles Bellanger, age 4 years, son of Jean and Marie Ignace Bellanger, age 1 year, son of Jean and Marie". Parents: Seigneur François BELLANGER Jr. and Marie Madeleine GUYON.
Spouse: Marie Rose CLOUTIER. Seigneur Jean François BELLANGER Sr. and Marie Rose CLOUTIER were married on November 17, 1671 in Château-Richer, Montmorency, Québec, New France.528,769 Children were: Marie Madeleine BÉLANGER, Jean François BÉLANGER Jr., Charles BÉLANGER, Ignace BÉLANGER, Agathe BÉLANGER.
Marie BELLANGER dit Catherine was born on October 19, 1668 in Beauport, Bellechasse, Québec, New France.528 She was christened on October 21, 1668 in Notre-Dame-de-Quebec, Quebec City, New France.818 According to PRDH reference for Baptisms at Notre Dame de Quebec: "Marie Bellanger was born Oct 19, 1668, Baptised Oct 21, 1668. Her mother was Marie de Rainville and father was Nicolas Catherine Bellanger and both resided in Beauport. Witnesses were Rene Dubois, Jeanne Langlois and the ceremony was performed by Father Charles Delauzon." She died on January 6, 1719 in Beauport, Bellechasse, Québec, New France.82,700 She was buried on January 7, 1719 in Beauport, Bellechasse, Québec, New France. Parents: Nicolas BELLANGER dit Catherine, Sr. and Marie RAINVILLE.
Spouse: Ignace CHORET Sr.. Ignace CHORET Sr. and Marie BELLANGER dit Catherine signed a marriage contract on November 25, 1685. Vachon. They were married on November 26, 1685 in Beauport, Bellechasse, Québec, New France.575 Children were: Ignace CHORET Jr., Marie CHORET, Marie Louise CHORET, Nicolas CHORET, Jacques CHORET, Pierre CHORET, Marie Josephe CHORET.
Spouse: Jacques PARENT Sr.. Jacques PARENT Sr. and Marie BELLANGER dit Catherine were married on November 9, 1705 in Beauport, Bellechasse, Québec, New France.82 Children were: Simon Pierre PARENT, Jacques Joseph PARENT Jr., Marie Josephe PARENT, PARENT, Genevieve PARENT.
Nicolas BELLANGER dit Catherine, Sr.505,714,812 was born about 1638 in Pont-L'Eveque, Lisieux, Calvados, Kingdom of France.714,735,870 Born in St. Thomas of touques, diocese of Lisiux in Normandy, France. Came to the Cote de Beauport around 1659. He lived in St-Thomas-de-Touques, Lisieux, Normandie, Kingdom of France before 1657. In 1659 he was a Master Salt Maker. After 1660 he was a Farmer. He owned property in Fargy Village before February 1661 in Beauport, Bellechasse, Québec, New France. Location later occupied by the Beauport Town Hall. In 1664 he was a Fisherman. He lived at 600 Avenue Royale in Beauport, Bellechasse, Québec, New France after 1673. The little white house at 600 Avenue Royale in Beauport was built by, or for, Nicolas Bellanger on land deeded to him by the Seigneur Joseph Giffard on 24 January 1673 before the Notray Paul Vachon. The house originally was 22 feet by 20 and was constructed of stone upon stone. This home was passed down to a son of Nicolas, Pierre, around 1700. This last heir lived there for about 20 years and sold the home to a man named Marcou. It was the last owner, a Mr. Girardin, who left his name to the house before it became the property of the Sisters of the Congregation. The actual property was saved by a Mr. Michel Dufresne as a relic, from the pick ax of the demolition crews. It is pictured on Ch.5, pp.13-14 in "Les Belangers" by Jim Belanger. He died on October 19, 1682 in Beauport, Bellechasse, Québec, New France.528 He was buried in Beauport, PQ, Canada. He has Ancestral File Number 1260. Oldest son of Francois. Also see note under Bertrand-Pierre. Spelled his name Bellanger and may have been also called Catherine; as a last name. Became a citizen on September 28, 1658. His exact arrival date in New France is not known. His name appears in the records of the Seigneurie of Beauport on October 15, 1655, as owner of a piece of property of one arpent and 61 rods. That is where, some say, the first records appear of Nicolas in the region. The second mention appears in an act dated 28 September 1658 before the notary Audouart where Nicolas is employed or pledged to Michel Desorcys. A renoun genealogist, Father Archange Godbout, O.F.M., found several Bellangers in the registers of Saint Thomas de Touques in the period 1628-1657. A few of these are: Jacques, Jean, Hector, Louis, Robert, Marguerite, Francoise, Marie et Catherine. In each case it was impossible to establish with any degree of certainty that any were related to our ancestor. NOTE!!! In the reference "Repertoire des Mariages de Notre Dame De Quebec, 1618-1700, compiled by Benoit Pontbriand, 2390 Marie Victorin Sillery - 6" we find the marriage records of Francois Belanger to Marie Guyon with their parents listed as Francois and Francoise Horlays and Jean & Mathurine Robin. Two other marriages are listed here. That of Nicolas Belanger to Marie de Rainville and of Marie Madeleine Belanger to Bertran Chesne. Nicolas and Marie Madeleine have the same parents listed and they are Francois & Marie Guyon. This shows that our ancestor Nicolas is indeed the son of Francois. Marie Madeleine married Bertran Chesne and much is mentioned about Francois' relationship with his son in law, Bertran Chesne. Death caught up with Nicolas on 19 Oct 1682 at the age of 50 years. His first born, Bertrand-Pierre, was then 19 and his youngest sister had just turned one. One of Nicolas' sons had died at a young age, another died before 1681 and a girl, Marthe, was married. Nine children were still living in the paternal home. The death notice said; On the 20th day of Octover 1682, was buried in the cemetery of Beauport, Nicholas Bellanger, aged 50 years, farmer of this region, died the previous day in the Christian faith. Assisting in the funeral arrangements were Rene Remy, Paul Vachon notary royal at Beauport and Jean de Rainville, brother in law of the deceased. All signed the witness document except Jean de Rainville who could not write. This was done according to the local ordinances. In the Dictionnaire National des Canadiens Francais, Partie Historique of the Institut Drouin Page 1389 and 1390, the Story of Nicolas lists him as being from Saint-Thomas-de-Touques, Diocese of Lisieux, in Normandy. It also states that he is the cousin of Francois. Genealogie des Familles de Terrebonne by Raymond Masson Vol 1 lists Nicolas as being the first born son of Francois. The Church of the Latter Day Saints records; Page 6,1000, show records of France. There is shown a birth of Nicolas in Touques, Calvados in 1638 with parents listed as Francois Belanger and Marie Guyon. Genealogie des familles des Terrebonne by Raymond Masson, Vol 1, Page 190 shows Nicolas as the first born son of Francois and Marie Guyon.
Spouse: Marie RAINVILLE. Nicolas BELLANGER dit Catherine, Sr. and Marie RAINVILLE signed a marriage contract on November 12, 1659. Complete text on Ch.5, pp.8-9 in "Les Belangers" by Jim Belanger. Present themselves before Paul Vachon, the royal notary of the Seigneurie and the Jurisdiction of Beauport and Prevost of Notre Dame des Anges to profess their marriage contract in front of witnesses, parents and friends as was the custom of the era. Marie signed her marriage contract with an "X". From this act, we learn that the future spouses originate from the parish of Saint Thomas of Touques in Normandy, that Nicolas is proficient at the salt trade and that the parents of Marie are Paul de Rainville and Rolline Poette. The text does not mention his parents. We also note that his name is spelled with a double "l" as in "Bellanger", which corresponds with the pronunciation most popular. They were married on January 11, 1660 in Beauport, Bellechasse, Québec, New France.491,528,714 Complete text on Ch.5, pp.9-10 in "Les Belangers" by Jim Belanger. Nicolas and Marie are married on Sunday the 11th of January 1660 in the presence of Father Paul Rageuneau of the Compagnie de Jesus in the chapel of the Seigneurial manor where the religious ceremony was guaranteed by the officials who took care of these matters. Beauport had not yet constructed a parish and the recorded marriage, in the records of the mother parish, Notre Dame de Quebec, does not mention the names of Nicolas' parents. This omission deprives us of an important piece of evidence. Children were: Jean BÉLANGER dit Catherine, Marthe Marie BÉLANGER dit Catherine, Pierre Bertrand Bernard BÉLANGER dit Catherine, Sr., Suzanne BÉLANGER dit Catherine, Martin BÉLANGER dit Catherine, Marie BELLANGER dit Catherine, Pierre Etienne BÉLANGER dit Catherine, Nicolas BÉLANGER dit Catherine, Jr., Paul BÉLANGER dit Catherine, Marie Thérèse BÉLANGER dit Catherine, Marie Josephe BÉLANGER dit Catherine, Marie Françoise BÉLANGER dit Catherine.
Blaise BELLEAU dit La Rose was born in 1650 in Bergerac, Dordogne, Aquitaine, Kingdom of France.408 He served in the military after 1665. Member of the Carignan-Salières Regiment, the first French regular troops in Canada, assisting the colonists of New France in their struggle with the Iroquois. La Tour Company. Between June and September 1665, some 1200 soldiers and their officers arrived in Quebec, under the leadership of Lt. General Alexander de Prouville, Sieur de Tracy. The series of forts established by the Regiment along the Richelieu River, along with the success of its second campaign into the land of the Mohawk Indians, led to a long period of peace for the colony, which permitted it to prosper. However, King Louis XIV's plan included the permanent settlement of many of the soldiers and officers in Canada. He is one of over 450 of these troops who remained in the colony, many of whom married the newly arrived filles du roi, as he did. He lived in Bellechasse, Beaumont, Quebec, New France before 1673. He has Ancestral File Number 1026. He died. The date of the death is unknown, but probably died soon after the inventory of the goods in 1722 (Michel Langlois, "Biographical Dictionary of the Quebec Ancestors.) Called Bezou or Bezon at the time of marriage and the drafting of the contract, it's Belleau thereafter, the identification of the place of origin in France is ambiguous. Queyssac is an extremely probable assumption in the light of information available. Parents: François BEZOU dit Larose and Marguerite CREVIER.
Spouse: Helene CALAIS. Blaise BELLEAU dit La Rose and Helene CALAIS were married on September 25, 1673 in Notre-Dame Church, Québec City, Québec, New France.871 Children were: Marie Angélique BELLEAU dit LaRose.
Marie BELLEAU dit Larose was born in 1827 in Lévis, Québec, Lower Canada.59 She died.
Marie Angélique BELLEAU dit LaRose was born on May 9, 1702 in Ste-Foy, Québec, New France.314,872 She was christened on May 10, 1702 in Ste-Foy, Québec, New France. She died on August 20, 1758 in Contrecoeur, Montérégie, Québec, New France.314 She was buried on August 21, 1758 in Contrecoeur, Montérégie, Québec, New France. She has Ancestral File Number 513. Parents: Blaise BELLEAU dit La Rose and Helene CALAIS.
Spouse: Joseph François CHÂTEL Sr.. Joseph François CHÂTEL Sr. and Marie Angélique BELLEAU dit LaRose were married on November 22, 1718 in Ste-Foy, Québec, New France.314 Children were: Francois CHÂTEL Jr., Louis CHATEL Sr., Jean-Baptiste CHÂTEL, Charles CHÂTEL, Marie-Angélique CHÂTEL, François CHÂTEL III, Joseph-Marie CHÂTEL Sr., Pierre CHÂTEL.
Marie Dina BELLEAU was born about 1845. She died.
Spouse: Olivier BÉLANGER Sr.. Olivier BÉLANGER Sr. and Marie Dina BELLEAU were married on July 26, 1869 in St-François-de-Sales, Neuville, Portneuf, PQ, Canada.833 Children were: Olivier Octave BÉLANGER.
Marie-Angélique BELLEAU dit Larose was born in 1772 in Berthier-sur-Mer, Québec, British Territory.59 She died.
Spouse: Jean-Baptiste ISOIR dit Provençal. Jean-Baptiste ISOIR dit Provençal and Marie-Angélique BELLEAU dit Larose were married on July 22, 1793 in St-Henri, Lauzon, Québec, Lower Canada.59 Children were: Thomas PROVENÇAL Sr., Michel PROVENÇAL.
Ursule Catherine BELLEAU was born after 1702 in Ste-Foy, Québec, New France.23 She died. She has Ancestral File Number 781.
Nicolas BELLEFEUILLE dit Pinel was born on September 1, 1697.303 He died. Parents: Nicolas PINEL and Anne CONSTANTINEAU.
Spouse: Marie Madeleine Lefebvre ANGERS. Nicolas BELLEFEUILLE dit Pinel and Marie Madeleine Lefebvre ANGERS were married on February 17, 1727 in Pointe-aux-Trembles, Montreal, Quebec, New France.303 Children were: Josephte BELLFEUILLE.
Rose BELLEGARDE873 was born about 1845. She died. She is reference number 004006-2-1-1-1-1A.
Louis BELLEMARE Jr. was born about 1895. He died.
Denis BELLEPERCHE10 was born in 1651 in The Kingdom of France.618 He died on November 24, 1710 in Québec City, Québec, New France.874 He was buried on November 25, 1710 in Québec City, Québec, New France.618
Jeanne BELLEPERCHE was born on December 10, 1737 in Detroit, Michigan, New France.875 She died before May 12, 1810.875 She was buried on May 12, 1810 in Windsor, Ontario, Upper Canada.618 Parents: Pierre BELLEPERCHE and Marie-Anne CAMPEAU.
Pierre BELLEPERCHE was born on September 15, 1699 in Québec City, Québec, New France.875 He died before January 13, 1767.875 He was buried on January 13, 1767 in Detroit, Northwest Territory.618 Parents: Denis BELLEPERCHE and Catherine Gertrude GUYON.
Josephte BELLFEUILLE was born about 1740. She died. Parents: Nicolas BELLEFEUILLE dit Pinel and Marie Madeleine Lefebvre ANGERS.
Beatrice May BELLIVEAU was born on May 13, 1907 in Saugus, MA.876 Between 1947 and 1962 she was an Office Manager in Springfield, MA. Wilson & Company Meat Packing Plant. She died on April 22, 1986 in Agawam, MA.856 She was buried in St. Thomas Cemetery, West Springfield, MA. St. Pius Section, Range J, Lot # 73.
Denys BÉNARD was born about 1580 in St-Clement, Paris, Kingdom of France.474 Birthyear assumed. He died. He has Ancestral File Number 12490.
Marguerite BÉNARD was born on February 22, 1626 in Châtres-sous-Montlery, Essonne, Kingdom of France.4 She died on May 20, 1697 in Ste-Famille, Île-d'Orléans, Montmorency, Québec, New France.4 Parents: Denys BÉNARD and Marie MICHELET.