The Descendants of Unknown Meunier


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In1998, Waldron Leard, sent me a large packet of information via snail-mail on the Michel family prior to the expulsion of the Acadians. I have been fascinated to realize that I am Rene Meunierís 10th great-granddaughter and have worked on connections. I do realize that there are many more family members who do not appear here, but I drew the line out to my fifth cousins. There are connections to the Bell, Betts, Boulter, Carruthers, Dawson, Gordon, Leard, MíWilliams, Muttart families and others and for those, please see the "Descendants of Francois (dit la Riviere)" file!

The Descendants of Unknown Meunier

Generation No. 1

1. UNKNOWN1 MEUNIER He married UNKNOWN UNKNOWN.

Children of UNKNOWN MEUNIER and UNKNOWN UNKNOWN are:

2. i. CATHERINE2 MEUNIER, b. France.

3. ii. RENE MEUNIER, b. Abt. 1590, Clermont-Creans near La Fleche, France; d. Aft. 03 Nov 1647, Clermont-Creans near La Fleche, France.

4. iii. UNKNOWN MEUNIER.

Generation No. 2

2. CATHERINE2 MEUNIER (UNKNOWN1) was born in France. She married PIERRE COUSIN. He was born in France.

Child of CATHERINE MEUNIER and PIERRE COUSIN is:

5. i. JEANNE3 COUSIN, b. 1629, La Rochelle, France; d. 16 Nov 1682, Lauzon, La Nouvelle-France [Canada].

3. RENE2 MEUNIER (UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1590 in Clermont-Creans near La Fleche, France, and died Aft. 03 Nov 1647 in Clermont-Creans near La Fleche, France. He married MARIE LEROUX Abt. 1610 in Clermont-Creans near La Fleche, France. She was born 1595 in Clermont-Creans near La Fleche, France, and died Aft. 03 Nov 1647 in Clermont-Creans near La Fleche, France.

Children of RENE MEUNIER and MARIE LEROUX are:

6. i. JEAN (DIT MEUNIER)3 MEUSNIER, b. France.

7. ii. CLAUDE MEUNIER, b. France.

8. iii. METHURIN MEUNIER, b. 1619, Clermont-Creans near La Fleche, France; d. Bef. 1691, Chateau-Richer, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

4. UNKNOWN2 MEUNIER (UNKNOWN1)

Child of UNKNOWN MEUNIER is:

9. i. BERTRAND3 MEUNIER, b. Abt. 1621, Rennes, Bretagne, France; d. Bef. 1675.

Generation No. 3

5. JEANNE3 COUSIN (CATHERINE2 MEUNIER, UNKNOWN1) was born 1629 in La Rochelle, France, and died 16 Nov 1682 in Lauzon, La Nouvelle-France [Canada]. She married JEAN MARANDA 1652 in Laflotte, LaRochelle, France, son of JEAN MARANDE and JEANNE GARNIER. He was born 1629 in Lafotte, LaRochelle, France, and died 24 May 1711 in St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

Children of JEANNE COUSIN and JEAN MARANDA are:

10. i. ELISABETH4 MARANDA/MIRANDA, b. Abt. 1656, Laflotte, LaRochelle, France; d. 30 Oct 1744, Beaumont, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

ii. JOSEPH MARANDA, b. 1659, Laflotte, LaRochelle, France; d. 13 Jul 1744, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada] (Eglise Saint-Laurent cimetiere) .

11. iii. JEANNE MARANDA, b. Abt. 1660, Laflotte, LaRochelle, France; d. Jun 1734, Beaumont, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

12. iv. MICHEL (DIT MORANDEAU) MARANDA, b. Abt. 1661, Laflotte, LaRochelle, France; d. 31 May 1736, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada] (Englise Saint-Pierre Cimetiere).

13. v. JEAN MARANDA, b. Abt. 1662, Laflotte, LaRochelle, France; d. 03 Sep 1724, Charlesbourg, La Nouvelle-France [Canada].

vi. MARIE MARANDA, b. Abt. 1664, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

vii. PIERRE MARANDA, b. 07 Nov 1666, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. 09 Aug 1667, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

14. viii. JEAN-BAPTISTE MARANDA, b. 09 Jan 1669, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. 01 Apr 1737, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

15. ix. CHARLES MARANDA, b. 26 Apr 1670, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

6. JEAN (DIT MEUNIER)3 MEUSNIER (RENE2 MEUNIER, UNKNOWN1) was born in France. He married PERRINE CAILLEROT. She was born in France.

Child of JEAN MEUSNIER and PERRINE CAILLEROT is:

16. i. RENE (DIT MEUNIER)4 MEUSNIER, b. 1643, Saint-Jean de Boupere, France; d. 22 Sep 1702, Neuville, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada].

7. CLAUDE3 MEUNIER (RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born in France. He married CATHERINE CHARPENTIER. She was born in France.

Child of CLAUDE MEUNIER and CATHERINE CHARPENTIER is:

17. i. MARIE4 MEUNIER, b. 1642, Saint-Antoine, Compiegne, France; d. 28 Aug 1689, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

8. METHURIN3 MEUNIER (RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1619 in Clermont-Creans near La Fleche, France, and died Bef. 1691 in Chateau-Richer, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]. He married FRANCOISE FAFART/FAFARD 03 Nov 1647 in Ville Marie, La Nouvelle-France, daughter of JEAN FAFART/FAFARD and ELIZABETH THIBOUT/GIBOU/TIBOU. Their marriage was the 1st recorded French marriage in Montreal and the record is now a part of Notra-Dame Basilica. She was born 1621 in Argences, Bayeux, Normandie, France, and died 13 Jan 1702 in Beaupre, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada] (Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre cimetiere).

More About FRANCOISE FAFART/FAFARD:

Baptism: St. Jean Bapt Caen in Normandie, France

Children of METHURIN MEUNIER and FRANCOISE FAFART/FAFARD are:

i. BARBE4 MEUNIER, b. 24 Nov 1648, Ville Marie, La Nouvelle-France [Montreal, QC, Canada]; d. 03 Dec 1648, Ville Marie, La Nouvelle-France [Montreal, QC, Canada]. Barbe and Mathurin were twins.

ii. MATHURIN MEUNIER, b. 24 Nov 1648, Ville Marie, La Nouvelle-France [Montreal, QC, Canada]; d. 27 Feb 1650, Ville Marie, La Nouvelle-France [Montreal, QC, Canada]. Mathurin and Barbe were twins.

iii. CHARLES MEUNIER, b. 03 Dec 1649, Ville Marie, La Nouvelle-France [Montreal, QC, Canada]; d. 21 Dec 1649, Ville Marie, La Nouvelle-France [Montreal, QC, Canada].

18. iv. JEAN MEUNIER, b. 08 Jan 1651, Trois-Rivieres, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

19. v. FRANCOISE MEUNIER, b. 13 Sep 1653, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. 18 Jan 1702, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada] (Saint-Laurent cimetiere).

20. vi. ELIZABETH MEUNIER, b. 17 Feb 1656, Quebec City La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

21. vii. MARGUERITE MEUNIER, b. 04 Aug 1659, Quebec City La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. Jun 1733, St-Francois Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

22. viii. MATHURIN MEUNIER, b. 08 Dec 1662, Chateau-Richer, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

23. ix. FRANCOIS MEUNIER, b. Abt. 1664, Quebec City La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. Abt. 1728, Beaupre, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada] (St-Anne-de-Beaupre cimetiere).

9. BERTRAND3 MEUNIER (UNKNOWN2, UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1621 in Rennes, Bretagne, France, and died Bef. 1675. He married MADELEINE GUIBOUR. She was born Abt. 1626 in Rennes, Bretagne, France.

Child of BERTRAND MEUNIER and MADELEINE GUIBOUR is:

24. i. PIERRE (DIT LAPIERRE)4 MEUNIER, b. 1646, Rennes, Bretagne, France; d. 04 Jan 1695, Boucherville, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

Generation No. 4

10. ELISABETH4 MARANDA/MIRANDA (JEANNE3 COUSIN, CATHERINE2 MEUNIER, UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1656 in Laflotte, LaRochelle, France, and died 30 Oct 1744 in Beaumont, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]. She married ZACHARIE LISSE 18 Nov 1673 in Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France, son of BARTHELEMI LISSE and MARGUERITE HONURAY. He was born Abt. 1647 in Caen near Rouen, Normandie, France, and died Sep 1710 in (Beaumont, QC).

Child of ELISABETH MARANDA/MIRANDA and ZACHARIE LISSE is:

i. JACQUES5 LISSE, b. 15 Sep 1691, Lauzon, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. FRANCOISE CHORET, 26 Apr 1718, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; b. 27 Nov 1696, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

11. JEANNE4 MARANDA (JEANNE3 COUSIN, CATHERINE2 MEUNIER, UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1660 in Laflotte, LaRochelle, France, and died Jun 1734 in Beaumont, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]. She married (1) JULIEN BRULE 03 Aug 1677 in Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France. He was born in Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]. She married (2) JEAN BOILARD 18 Nov 1680 in Beaumont, La Nouvelle-France, son of MATHURIN BOILARD and MARIE DESANGERS. He was born 1645 in Lucon, Poitou, France, and died Apr 1737 in Beaumont Parish, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

Children of JEANNE MARANDA and JEAN BOILARD are:

i. MARIE ANN5 BOILARD, b. 1682, Beaumont Parish, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. ANDRE SERRE, 03 May 1706, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France; b. 1679, St-Martin near Castres, LaVaur, France.

ii. CLAUDE BOILARD, b. Nov 1698, Beaumont Parish, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. MARIE ANNE (DIT LARRIVE) ARRIVE, 30 Sep 1738, Beaumont, La Nouvelle-France; b. 07 Apr 1707, Beaumont, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

12. MICHEL (DIT MORANDEAU)4 MARANDA (JEANNE3 COUSIN, CATHERINE2 MEUNIER, UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1661 in Laflotte, LaRochelle, France, and died 31 May 1736 in Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada] (Englise Saint-Pierre Cimetiere). He married MARIE JEANNES JOHANNES 27 Feb 1685 in Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France, daughter of ROBERT JOHANNES and FRANCOISE SAVART. She was born 18 Jun 1668 in Chateau-Richer, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada], and died Aug 1742 in Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada] (Englise Saint-Pierre Cimetiere).

Children of MICHEL MARANDA and MARIE JOHANNES are:

i. SUZANNE5 MARANDA, b. 09 Apr 1687, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. JEAN VALLIERE, 07 Nov 1707, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; b. 22 Oct 1679, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

ii. MADELINE MARANDA, b. Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. JOACHIM VAUTOUR, 03 Feb 1712, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

iii. GENEVIEVE MARANDA, b. Mar 1696, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

iv. JEAN-BAPTISTE MARANDA, b. 11 Mar 1698, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. CLOTILDE DELASSE.

v. MARIE-MARTHE MARANDA, b. 05 Aug 1700, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. JEAN-BAPTISTE ASSELIN, 17 Nov 1724, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

vi. HELENE MARANDA, b. Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. (1) PIERRE-NOEL MORIN, 21 Aug 1731, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. (2) PHILIPPE PICARD, 02 Nov 1737.

vii. JOSEPH MARANDA, b. Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. FRANCOISE CREPEAU.

viii. PIERRE MARANDA, b. 20 Aug 1708, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

13. JEAN4 MARANDA (JEANNE3 COUSIN, CATHERINE2 MEUNIER, UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1662 in Laflotte, LaRochelle, France, and died 03 Sep 1724 in Charlesbourg, La Nouvelle-France [Canada]. He married MARIE PARADIS 29 Feb 1688 in Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France, daughter of JACQUES PARADIS and JEANNA MILLOUER. She was born 07 May 1671 in Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada], and died Aug 1702 in St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

Children of JEAN MARANDA and MARIE PARADIS are:

i. MARIE-LOUISE5 MARANDA, b. Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. (1) PIERRE NOLLET, 27 Jul 1711, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France; m. (2) PIERRE MONCIAU, 09 Apr 1739.

ii. PIERRE MARANDA, b. 31 Jan 1698, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. FRANCOISE PAGEAU, 22 Sep 1717, Charlesbourg, Nouevea France; b. 10 Sep 1698, Charlesbourg, La Nouvelle-France.

iii. JEAN MARANDA, b. Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. MARGUERITE GUIBAULT, 08 Nov 1717, Charlesbourg, Nouevea France.

iv. GABRIEL MARANDA, b. Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. MARIE-LOUISE LAVOIE, 02 May 1728, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France.

14. JEAN-BAPTISTE4 MARANDA (JEANNE3 COUSIN, CATHERINE2 MEUNIER, UNKNOWN1) was born 09 Jan 1669 in Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada], and died 01 Apr 1737 in Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]. He married CATHERINE ANGELIQUE DUQUET 02 Nov 1698 in Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France, daughter of PIERRE DUQUET and ANNE LAMARRE. She was born Feb 1677 in Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

Child of JEAN-BAPTISTE MARANDA and CATHERINE DUQUET is:

i. LOUIS5 MARANDA, m. (1) MADELEINE GAUTHIER, 24 Nov 1732, Cap-Saint-Ignace, La Nouvelle-France; m. (2) MADELEINE CHAILLE, 23 Sep 1737, Cap-Saint-Ignace, La Nouvelle-France.

15. CHARLES4 MARANDA (JEANNE3 COUSIN, CATHERINE2 MEUNIER, UNKNOWN1) was born 26 Apr 1670 in Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]. He married DENISE FISET 24 Nov 1695 in L'Ange-Gardien, Neuveau France, daughter of FRANCOIS FISET and DENYSE SAVARD. She was born 1679 in Chateau-Richer, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

Children of CHARLES MARANDA and DENISE FISET are:

i. CHARLOTTE5 MARANDA, b. 19 Jan 1697, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. PIERRE CADORET, 04 Nov 1720, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France.

ii. JOESPH MARANDA, m. ELISABETH ROBERGE, 22 Oct 1726, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France.

iii. MARIE-ANNE MARANDA, m. JAQUES BERIAULT, 24 Jun 1731, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France.

iv. GABRIEL MARANDA, b. Oct 1712; m. GENEVIEVE LANDRY, 21 Nov 1735, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France.

v. JEAN-BAPTISTE MARANDA, m. MARIE-LOUISE CARTIER, 04 May 1738, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France.

vi. CHARLES MARANDA, m. MARGUERITE FAGOT, 24 Jul 1739, Lauzon, La Nouvelle-France [Canada].

vii. ANGELIQUE MARANDA, m. JEAN LAGARDE, 18 Jun 1742, Montreal, La Nouvelle-France.

viii. GENEVIEVE MARANDA, m. JEAN BERNARD, 30 Oct 1742, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France.

ix. MADELEINE MARANDA, m. GUILLAUME LAVIGNE, 30 Oct 1743, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France.

x. MARIE-FRANCOISE MARANDA, m. PIERRE NOM, 25 Apr 1747, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France.

16. RENE (DIT MEUNIER)4 MEUSNIER (JEAN (DIT MEUNIER)3, RENE2 MEUNIER, UNKNOWN1) was born 1643 in Saint-Jean de Boupere, France, and died 22 Sep 1702 in Neuville, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada]. He married MARGUERITE CHARPENTIER 16 Oct 1688 in Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France, daughter of FRANCOIS CHARPENTIER and FRANCOISE GERMAIN. She was born in Saint-Nicholas near Meaux, Brie, France.

Child of RENE MEUSNIER and MARGUERITE CHARPENTIER is:

i. PERRINE (DIT MEUNIER) LARAMEE5 MEUSNIER, b. Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. PIERRE AUGEAY/AUGER, 30 Apr 1685, Pont-aux-Trembles, La Nouvelle-France; b. 1655, Lezay near Poitiers, Poitou, France; d. 28 Mar 1739, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

17. MARIE4 MEUNIER (CLAUDE3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1642 in Saint-Antoine, Compiegne, France, and died 28 Aug 1689 in Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]. She married MICHEL CHRETIEN 13 Oct 1665 in Pont-aux-Trembles, La Nouvelle-France, son of JACQUES CHRETIEN and CATHERINE NIVERD. He was born 1639 in Saint-Ours, La Nouvelle-France [Canada], and died 22 Dec 1721 in Charlesbourg, La Nouvelle-France [Canada].

Children of MARIE MEUNIER and MICHEL CHRETIEN are:

i. CLAUDE PHILBERTE5 CHRETIEN, b. 03 Dec 1675, Charlesbourg, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. 10 Apr 1711, Charlesbourg, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. ROBERT SIGOUIN; b. 30 Jul 1670, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France; d. 20 Jan 1703, Charlesbourg, La Nouvelle-France.

ii. JEAN-BAPTISTE CHRETIEN, b. 11 Sep 1678, Charlesbourg, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

18. JEAN4 MEUNIER (METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 08 Jan 1651 in Trois-Rivieres, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]. He married MARGUERITE HOUSSEAU 05 Oct 1670 in Beaupre, La Nouvelle-France, Canada, daughter of NICOLAS HOUSSEAU and MARGUERITE BOLDUC. She was born 1649 in Troyes (south-east of Paris in Champagne) France, and died Bef. 1755. It would appear that Jean moved to Acadie ca. 1679 from France.

Notes for MARGUERITE HOUSSEAU:

Marguerite was a "King's Daughter". These women, known in French as the "fille du roi", agreed to travel to the French settlements in North America with a small trousseau and marry a settler there in exchange for a 50 pound dowry from the French King. Marguerite's dowry was 350 pounds.

Children of JEAN MEUNIER and MARGUERITE HOUSSEAU are:

25. i. CATHERINE5 MEUNIER, b. 1685, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada]; d. Abt. 1733, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada] (Saint-Charles-aux-Mines cimetiere).

ii. JEAN MEUNIER, b. 15 Mar 1674, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France.

26. iii. MARIE-ANNE MEUNIER, b. 30 Aug 1674, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; d. 1725, Annapolis Royal, NS, Canada (Saint-Jean d'Baptiste cimetiere).

iv. PAUL MEUNIER, b. 23 Feb 1676, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; m. CLAIRE DE SAINT CASTIN; b. Abt. 1671, Castine in Maine France; d. 17 Dec 1744.

v. CHARLES MEUNIER, b. 19 Feb 1678, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France.

27. vi. MARGUERITE MEUNIER/MIGNIER, b. 1680, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada].

19. FRANCOISE4 MEUNIER (METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 13 Sep 1653 in Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada], and died 18 Jan 1702 in St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada] (Saint-Laurent cimetiere). She married (1) CHARLES POULIOT 05 Jun 1667 in Beaupre, La Nouvelle-France, son of JEAN POULIOT and JEANNE JOSSE. He was born 1628 in Le Mans near Anjou in Maine France, and died Aug 1699 in St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada] (Saint-Laurent cimetiere). Charles was a Master carpenter. She married (2) JEAN-PAUL MAHEU 30 May 1700 in St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France. He died Dec 1708 in St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

Children of FRANCOISE MEUNIER and CHARLES POULIOT are:

i. CHARLES (DIT LACLERGERIE)5 POULIOT, b. 03 Dec 1668, Beaupre, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada]; m. (1) MARIE CHABOT, 07 Feb 1689, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; d. 08 Apr 1703, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. (2) GENEVIEVE CREPEAU, 09 Jul 1703, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France.

ii. ADRIEN POULIOT, b. 04 Mar 1670, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. 22 Jul 1698, St. Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

iii. MARC ANTOINE POULIOT, b. 21 Dec 1671, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

iv. ANTOINE POULIOT, b. 03 Dec 1672, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. 15 Apr 1697, St. Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. MARIE-LOUISE CHABOT, 30 Jan 1696, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France.

v. JEAN POULIOT, b. 20 Dec 1674, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. MADELEINE AUDET, 11 Feb 1697, St-Jean Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France.

vi. FRANCOISE POULIOT, b. 25 Nov 1676, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. JOSEPH CHABOT, 24 Nov 1692, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France.

vii. JEANNE POULIOT, b. 07 Oct 1678, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. JOSEPH (DIT LAPOINTE) AUDET, 24 Nov 1692; b. Abt. 1678, St-Jean Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

viii. ANDRE POULIOT, b. 20 Jan 1680, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. (1) MARGUERITE CHABOT, 23 Feb 1699, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; d. Abt. 1703; m. (2) FRANCOISE MANCEAU, 29 Oct 1703.

ix. MARGUERITE POULIOT, b. 15 May 1682, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; m. FRANCOIS MANCEAU, 08 Feb 1706, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France.

x. MALE POULIOT, b. 27 Oct 1684, St. Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. 29 Oct 1684, St. Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

xi. PIERRE POULIOT, b. 10 Jun 1685, St. Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. 24 Jun 1686, St. Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

20. ELIZABETH4 MEUNIER (METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 17 Feb 1656 in Quebec City La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]. She married ISAAC OR ETIENNE PASQUIER/PAQUET 30 Jun 1670 in Chateau-Richer, La Nouvelle-France QC,, Canada, son of MATHURIN PASQUIER/PAQUET and MARIE FREMILLON. He was born Abt. 1636 in LaRoche-sur-Yon Lucon in Poitou, France, and died Jun 1702 in St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

Notes for ISAAC OR ETIENNE PASQUIER/PAQUET:

By the mid-1600's, the French in La Nouvelle France had developed very strong commercial ties with the Algonquin and Huron Indians in the fur trade. When the Iroquois waged war on the Algonquins and Hurons, as they had for many years, the French went to the aid of their commercial partners. By doing so, the French earned the hatred of the Iroquois. Prodded on by the English, who also wanted the French out of North America, the Iroquois began raiding French villages and slaughtering the people.

In France, there was a regiment of seasoned soldiers know as the Carignan Regiment. This was an army for hire, made up of hand-picked volunteers. The standards were very high and these men had to be big and strong physically with a strong fighting spirit. Rather than demobilize the regiment newly back from an engagement against the Turks, France placed the Regiment under the command of Henri de Chapelas, Sieur de Salieres and there for they were renamed the Carignan-Salieres Regiment.

In 1665, they arrived in New France and over the next two years, The Regiment manned garrisons and launched attacks on the Iroquois. By the end of this period, their task was accomplished and peace was restored. About 400 officers stayed with the promise of tracts of land that they could farm and start a new life. Isaac was a soldier in the Carignan-Salieres Regiment.

Children of ELIZABETH MEUNIER and ISAAC PASQUIER/PAQUET are:

i. ELISABETH5 PAQUET, b. 10 May 1671, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; m. PIERRE (DIT GANET) GUENET, 07 Feb 1688, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; b. 28 Oct 1641, St Martin, Soissons, Picardie, France. Pierre was a mason and fisherman.

ii. CHARLES (DIT LAVALLEE) PAQUET, b. 24 Mar 1673, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. JEANNE (DIT COULOMBE) COULOMBE, 01 Feb 1694, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; b. 14 Apr 1677, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

iii. MARGUERITE PAQUET, b. 04 Jun 1675, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. JACQUES LABRECQUE, 12 Nov 1693, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; b. 12 Aug 1667, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

iv. JEANNE PAQUET, b. 25 Feb 1676, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. Bef. 1761, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

v. ANTOINE PAQUET, b. 12 May 1678, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. 02 Jun 1721, Ste (St-Laurent d'Orleans); m. GENEVIVE PAULET, 30 Jan 1707, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; b. 07 Dec 1688, Saint-Pierre d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

vi. FRANCOIS PAQUET, b. 01 Apr 1680, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [Eglise Saint-Laurent cimetiere in QC, Canada]; m. MARIE ANNE BERNARD, 11 Jun 1703, Ile d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; b. 26 Sep 1683. Francois was a carpenter and mason.

vii. FRANCOISE PAQUET, b. 23 Nov 1682, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [Eglise Saint-Laurent cimetiere in QC, Canada]; m. CHARLES CASSE/LACASSE, 12 Sep 1703, Beaumont, La Nouvelle-France; b. 29 Mar 1682, Beaumont, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

viii. MARGUERITE ANGELIGUE PAQUET/PASQUIER, b. 15 Jun 1686, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [Eglise Saint-Laurent cimetiere in QC, Canada]; d. Feb 1753; m. (1) DESIN DESERVE, 20 Aug 1703, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France; b. LaRochelle, Poitou, France; d. Bef. 1713, Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. (2) JEAN CHAPEAU, 24 Oct 1713; b. Perignac near Angouleme, France; d. 01 Aug 1749. Desin was a cobbler.

ix. MARIE PAQUET, b. 06 Feb 1688, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [Eglise Saint-Laurent cimetiere in QC, Canada]; d. Feb 1688, Ile d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada] (St-Laurent cimetiere).

x. JEAN PAQUET, b. 23 May 1689, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; m. MARGUERITE DEBLOIS, 10 Apr 1714, St-Francois, Ile d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; b. Bef. 05 Oct 1688, St-Francois, Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France.

xi. JOSEPH PAQUET, b. 23 May 1689, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; d. 09 Jul 1715, Chateau-Richer, La Nouvelle-France; m. FRANCOISE CLOUTIER, 16 Nov 1711, Chateau-Richer, La Nouvelle-France; b. 29 Sep 1669, Chateau-Richer, La Nouvelle-France; d. 12 Apr 1721, Chateau-Richer, La Nouvelle-France.

xii. PAUL PAQUET, b. Bef. 13 Aug 1693, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; d. 16 Aug 1693, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France.

xiii. PIERRE PAQUET, b. 18 Mar 1695, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; d. Mar 1695, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France.

xiv. MARIE MADELEINE PAQUET, b. 10 Mar 1696, St-Laurent Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; m. JOSEPH LESSARD, 21 Jan 1714, Beaupre, La Nouvelle-France; b. 28 Feb 1671, Beaupre, La Nouvelle-France.

21. MARGUERITE4 MEUNIER (METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 04 Aug 1659 in Quebec City La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada], and died Jun 1733 in St-Francois Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]. She married (1) PIERRE (DIT LACROIX) LABBE 10 Apr 1674 in Beaupre, La Nouvelle-France, son of FRANCOIS LABBE and MARIE FOREST. He was born Jun 1643 in La Ferte-Bernard Mamars in France, and died Jan 1709 in St-Francois Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]. She married (2) JEAN DEBLOIS 13 Jun 1710 in St-Francois Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada], son of GREGORIE DEBLOIS and FRANCOISE VIGER. He was born 17 Dec 1665 in Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada], and died 12 Nov 1717 in Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

Notes for PIERRE (DIT LACROIX) LABBE:

By the mid 1600's, the French in La Nouvelle France had developed very strong commercial ties with the Algonquin and Huron Indians in the fur trade. When the Iroquois waged war on the Algonquins and Hurons, as they had for many years, the French went to the aid of their commercial partners. By doing so, the French earned the hatred of the Iroquois. Prodded on by the English, who also wanted the French out of North America, the Iroquois began raiding French villages and slaughtering the people.

In France, there was a regiment of seasoned soldiers know as the Carignan Regiment. This was an army for hire, made up of hand-picked volunteers. The standards were very high and these men had to be big and strong physically with a strong fighting spirit. Rather than demobilize the regiment newly back from an engagement against the Turks, France placed the Regiment under the command of Henri de Chapelas, Sieur de Salieres and there for they were renamed the Carignan-Salieres Regiment.

In 1665 they arrived in New France and over the next two years, The Regiment manned garrisons and launched attacks on the Iroquois. By the end of this period, their task was accomplished and peace was restored. About 400 officers stayed with the promise of tracts of land that they could farm and start a new life. Pierre was a soldier in the Carignan-Salieres Regiment.

Children of MARGUERITE MEUNIER and PIERRE LABBE are:

i. ANNE5 LABBE, b. 16 Jul 1679, St-Francois, Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. JEAN-FRANCOIS D'ALLAIRE, 03 Nov 1694, St-Francois, Ile d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; b. 23 Aug 1674, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. 19 Jul 1721, Beaumont, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada] (Beaumont Parish Cemetery).

ii. MARIE LABBE, b. 15 Mar 1685, St-Francois, Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. PIERRE BOUCHER, 23 Feb 1699, St-Francois, Ile d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; b. Abt. 1674, St-Antoine de Castelneau-Riviere-Basse, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada; d. Saint-Vallier, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

iii. JACQUES LABBE, b. 10 May 1687, St-Francois, Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. FRANCOISE DEBLOIS, 25 Nov 1709, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; b. 12 Feb 1691, Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

iv. MADELEINE LABBE, b. Bef. 28 Dec 1690, St-Francois, Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. 19 Feb 1728, St-Francois, Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada] (Saint-Francoise-de-Sales cimetiere); m. JEAN-BAPTISTE DEBLOIS, 28 Apr 1710, St-Francois, Ile d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; b. Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

v. PIERRE LABBE, b. Abt. 1692, St-Francois, Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. REINE GARINET, 16 Jun 1715; b. Abt. 1696.

vi. JEAN LABBE, b. 19 Apr 1699, St-Francois, Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. 01 Jun 1775; m. MARIE LEPAGE, 10 Jan 1724, St-Francois, Ile d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; b. Abt. 1703.

vii. GENEVIEVE LABBE, b. 17 Feb 1701, St-Francois, Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. Jun 1766, St-Francois, Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada] (Saint-Francoise-de-Sales cimetiere); m. PIERRE MARTINEAU, 26 Apr 1718, St-Francois, Ile d'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France; b. Abt. 1697.

22. MATHURIN4 MEUNIER (METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 08 Dec 1662 in Chateau-Richer, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]. He married (1) MARIE MADELEINE MENEUX 22 Nov 1684 in Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada], daughter of JACQUES MENEUX and MARGUERITE PEUVIER. She was born 1668 in Quebec City La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada], and died 25 Mar 1703 in L'Ancienne-Lorette, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]. He married (2) CATHERINE BONHOMME 18 Feb 1705 in L'Ancienne-Lorette, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]. She was born Abt. 1666.

Children of MATHURIN MEUNIER and MARIE MENEUX are:

i. MARGUERITE5 MEUNIER, b. Sep 1696, Beaupre, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada]; m. JEAN ROBITAILLE, 26 Jan 1717, L'Ancienne-Lorette, La Nouvelle-France; b. Quebec City, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

ii. AGATHE MEUNIER, b. 07 Apr 1702, Beaupre, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada]; m. JEAN-BAPTISTE ALLARD.

23. FRANCOIS4 MEUNIER (METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1664 in Quebec City La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada], and died Abt. 1728 in Beaupre, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada] (St-Anne-de-Beaupre cimetiere). He married ANGELIQUE JACOB 18 Feb 1692 in L'Ange-Gardien, La Nouvelle-France. She was born 12 Nov 1671 in L'Ange-Gardien, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

Child of FRANCOIS MEUNIER and ANGELIQUE JACOB is:

i. AGNES5 MEUNIER, b. 23 Jan 1698, Beaupre, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada]; m. JULIEN MERCIER, 30 May 1718, Beaupre, La Nouvelle-France; b. Abt. 1695, Beaupre, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada].

24. PIERRE (DIT LAPIERRE)4 MEUNIER (BERTRAND3, UNKNOWN2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1646 in Rennes, Bretagne, France, and died 04 Jan 1695 in Boucherville, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]. He married BARBE RICHAUME 12 Oct 1675 in Montreal, La Nouvelle-France. She was born Jun 1659 in Ville-Marie, La Nouvelle-France, and died Jan 1725 in Contrecoeur, La Nouvelle-France [Canada].

Children of PIERRE MEUNIER and BARBE RICHAUME are:

i. PIERRE (DIT LAPIERRE)5 MEUNIER, b. 06 Dec 1676, Saint-Ours, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. DENISE DAUNAY, 20 Dec 1701, Boucherville, La Nouvelle-France.

ii. ANNE MEUNIER, b. 1678, Saint-Ours, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. ANTOINE FAVREAU, 1700.

iii. JACQUES (DIT LAPIERRE) MEUNIER, b. 1680, Saint-Ours, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. MARIE GENEVIVE PETIT, 03 May 1711; b. 15 Feb 1691, Varennes, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada].

iv. MARIE-BARBE MEUNIER, b. 10 Apr 1683, Saint-Ours, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. NICOLAS FAVREAU, 1700.

v. JEANNE MEUNIER, b. 05 Mar 1685, Saint-Ours, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. JEAN FAVREAU, 1702.

vi. JEAN-BAPTISTE (DIT LAPIERRE) MEUNIER, b. 17 Feb 1687, Saint-Ours, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. HELENE LACOSTE, 16 Oct 1712, Boucherville, La Nouvelle-France; b. Abt. 1690.

vii. FRANCOIS (DIT LAPIERRE) MEUNIER, b. Abt. 1690, Saint-Ours, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. MARGUERITE LEDOUX, 31 Aug 1711, Varennes, La Nouvelle-France; b. 06 Sep 1688.

viii. MADELEINE MEUNIER, b. 1692, Saint-Ours, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. NICOLAS SENECAL, 30 Oct 1712, Boucherville, La Nouvelle-France.

ix. MARIE-ANNE MEUNIER, b. Saint-Ours, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; m. LOUIS PETIT.

Generation No. 5

25. CATHERINE5 MEUNIER (JEAN4, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1685 in Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada], and died Abt. 1733 in St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada] (Saint-Charles-aux-Mines cimetiere). She married CLAUDE BOUDROT Aft. 1682 in Port-Royal, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal, NS, Canada], son of MICHEL BOUDROT and MICHELLE-MADELIENE AUCOIN. He was born Abt. 1663 in Port-Royal, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal, NS, Canada], and died 07 Mar 1740 in St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada] (Saint-Charles-aux-Mines cimetiere).

Notes for CLAUDE BOUDROT:

Claude's father Michel was a Counsellor and Lieutenant General of Acadie in 1678, headquartered at Port Royal and was also Judge of that settlement. It seems that the title at Port Royal may not have been military, but civil administrator and judge. Claude probably had a relatively privileged upbringing by Acadian standards.

Children of CATHERINE MEUNIER and CLAUDE BOUDROT are:

28. i. CATHERINE6 BOUDROT, b. 1702, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. Abt. 15 Oct 1731.

ii. CECILE BOUDROT, b. Abt. 1703, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. 04 Dec 1725; m. FRANCOIS LE BLACN; b. 1698.

29. iii. ETIENNE BOUDROT, b. Bet. 1704 - 1705, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. 21 May 1763, Grand Pre, NS, Canada.

iv. MARIE BOUDROT, b. 1705, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. 08 Feb 1759, hospital de St-Malo; m. FRANCOIS DAIGRE, 08 Nov 1724, Grand Pre.

30. v. PAUL (DIT PETIT PAUL) BOUDROT, b. 16 Oct 1707, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. 1758, Perished in the Atlantic en mer Arch Port St-Sevan during the DEPORTATION.

31. vi. FRANCOIS BOUDROT, b. 18 Jul 1709, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. 21 May 1763.

vii. JEAN BOUDROT (DIT LAMI), b. 1710 St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; m. AGATHE THIBODEAU, 14 Oct 1731, Port-Royal, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France .

viii. PIERRE BOUDROT, b. 1712, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. 02 Jun 1759, Tres-Ste-Trinite de Cherbourgen mer 1758-1759 on the way to France DEPORTATION; m. (1) MARIE DOIRON, 03 Jul 1733, Grand-Pre; b. Abt. 1716; d. Bef. 1753; m. (2) MADELINE GAUTROT, 17 Nov 1753, Port-LaJoie, Ile Saint-Jean [PEI Canada].

32. ix. FRANCOISE BOUDROT, b. Abt. 1715, Peut-etre, Grande-Pre (Mines), Acadie, La Nouvelle-France, Canada; d. 28 Mar 1751, Port-LaJoie, Ile Saint-Jean, La Nouvelle-France [PEI], Canada.

x. MARIE-JOSEPHE BOUDROT, b. Bet. 04 Jan 1717 - 1718, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. 02 Feb 1761; m. ETIENNE HERBERT, 17 Jul 1734, Grand Pre.

33. xi. CLAIRE BOUDROT, b. 27 Dec 1719, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. Aug 1756, Grand Pre, NS, Canada.

34. xii. ANNE BOUDROT, b. 22 Nov 1721, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. Aug 1756, Southampton, Angleterre (England).

xiii. CHARLES BOUDROT, b. 23 Oct 1725, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. 07 Aug 1781; m. MARIE-JOSEPHE DOUCET, 1747.

26. MARIE-ANNE5 MEUNIER (JEAN4, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 30 Aug 1674 in Ste-Famille Ile D'Orleans, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada], and died 1725 in Annapolis Royal, Acadie, La Nouvelle France [NS, Canada] (Saint-Jean d'Baptiste cimetiere). She married RENE (DIT BARNABE) MARTIN Abt. 1691 in Port-Royal, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France, son of BARNABE MARTIN and JEANNE PELLETRET. He was born 1671, and died 1756 in Port-LaJoie (Acadian Port southeast shore Charlottetown Harbour), Ile Saint-Jean, La Nouvelle-France [Charlottetown, PEI, Canada] (Saint-Jean d'Evangelist cimetiere Rocky Road, PEI).

Notes for MARIE-ANNE MEUNIER:

In every house the spinning wheel and the loom, perhaps with an unfinished web of woolen cloth or flaxen crash upon it, were in evidence. French and Acadian women were know for their remarkable beautiful needlework, which their daughters learned at an early age

Before cloth could be bought, it was home-grown and handmade. Flax, which is best adapted to medium loam and clay soils, grew very well in Acadie. A whole family cooperated in pulling up the flax stocks by hand, taking care to leave the fibres as long as possible. Since there was no machinery, , every laborious task in this preparation was done by the combined efforts of all able-bodied members of the family, who worked for weeks on end.

After the stocks had been pulled out, they were bound and set in shocks for drying. Dried stalks were then deseeded (battre au Fleau) and the seeds were winnowed in the wind and saved for sowing and for medicine. The deseeded straw could then be retted to dissolve the gums that bind the fibres to the woody portions of the stem. This was done either by spreading it thinly on the ground (dew Retting), or immersing it in ponds, vats or sluggish streams for several days until the bark loosened sufficiently to be readily pulled off. After being dried again, the stocks were put through a braie to break up the pithy core and loosen it from the fibrous sheath. This core was completely removed by a process called ecorcer. This was the beating of the outside covering of the plant with a wooden object until it loosened and fell from the stock. Then the short tangled fibres were completely combed out with a special comb, leaving long straight fibres called line fibres, which were further combed and twisted into yarn on a spinning wheel and stored for weaving during the long winter months. About 10 hours of labour was required to prepare a pound of linen thread.

The loom was made from pine or cedar. Girls learned to mount the warp threads on the rack and transfer it to the loom, to wind the skeins from the spindles and fill the spools and bobbins. Wool cloth for clothing was woven in herringbone or diamond design, according to preference. Some housewives in later years used cotton and wool for warp and woof while others used all wool. The resultant cloth was the width of half a blanket, so that two widths were sewn side by side, then brushed with a wool comb until it was as soft as angora. A good worked could make about a yard a day if she worked from early morning until dusk.

For tinting, tea and coffee (when available) were popular, also blue indigo and alder branches boiled in water to make couperose (copperas). Black strands were alternated with white to make grey.

Children of MARIE-ANNE MEUNIER and RENE MARTIN are:

35. i. RENE6 MARTIN, b. 1698, Port-Royal or Anappolis Royal, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal, NS, Canada]; d. 10 Jan 1777, L'Achigan, La Nouvelle-France [Montcalm, QC, Canada].

ii. BRIGITTE MARTIN, b. 07 Sep 1714, Port-Royal or Anappolis Royal, La Nouvelle-France [QC, Canada]; d. 08 Apr 1779, St-Jacques de l'Achigan, QC, Canada; m. MICHEL BOURG, Jan 1759, England (Angleterre); b. Abt. 1717; d. 1774, Baie des Chaleurs, France.

27. MARGUERITE5 MEUNIER/MIGNIER (JEAN4 MEUNIER, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1680 in Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada]. She married FRANCOIS (DIT LARUINE) MICHEL 1695 in Acadie, La Nouvelle-France, son of FRANCOIS MICHEL and MADELEINE GERMON. He was born Abt. 1670 in France, and died Bef. 1755 in Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada].

Notes for FRANCOIS (DIT LARUINE) MICHEL:

The French colony of Port Royal, established in 1605, was exchanged back and forth between France and England on a number of occasions. The first Port Royal Acadian census was recorded in 1671. The Treaty of D'Utrecht signed in 1713, was the "beginning of the end" for Acadian people. Francois resided with his wife in Pisiquit Acadie and in 1714 they, with three sons and four daughters were among 346 people living along the Riviere de Pisiquit. From 1713 to 1755, the Acadian people were forced to live under an "English regime". Although these 30 years were years of prosperity, they were also years of incertitude. In 1744, the French, under the command of General Duvivier, attempted to take over Acadia. Louisbourg fell in 1745.

Children of MARGUERITE MEUNIER/MIGNIER and FRANCOIS MICHEL are:

36. i. MARIE-JOSEPHE6 MICHEL, b. 1696, Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada]; d. L'Anse-au-Matelot, Ile Saint-Jean, La Nouvelle-France [Alexandra, PEI Canada].

ii. CECILE MICHEL, b. 1700, Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada]; d. Riviere au Crapaud, Ile Saint-Jean, La Nouvelle-France [Crapaud, PEI Canada]; m. FRANCOIS-LOUIS BOURC/BOURG, Abt. 1715, Cobequid Acadie, La Nouvelle-France; b. 1687, Cobequid, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Truro, NS Canada]; d. 03 Dec 1758, at sea, interred in the English Channel, England. Francois-Louis was a ploughman.

Notes for CECILE MICHEL:

They lived a Riviere au Crapaud on the east bank of the River. They made a clearing on it for the sowing of four bushels of wheat. In livestock they owned two oxen, four cows, one calf, four pigs and ten fowls. The Fall Farm was just to the west of the Crapaud People's Cemetery and the cemetery is on the site of this Acadian farm. The first known British settler on this property was Christopher Smith of Harum in Yorkshire, England.

Notes for FRANCOIS-LOUIS BOURC/BOURG:

The Acadians landed at Point Prim and were verbally granted land by the Commandant, Monsieur Denis de Bonnaventure. They arrived in the Crapaud area about 1750. By 1758, the Cobequid settlers who came to Ile Saint-Jean through the efforts of Lord Rollo had arrived and the Acadians were deported to France and their newly established settlements burnt.

iii. PAUL (DIT LAURINE) MICHEL, b. 1703, Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada]; d. 1742, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [ NS, Canada]; m. MARIE JOSEPHTE VINCENT, 03 Jun 1726, Annapolis Royal, La Nouvelle-France; b. 1707, Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada]; d. Aft. 1752, Riviere du Moulin a Scie, Ile Saint Jean, La Nouvelle-France [Johnstons River, PEI, Canada]. Paul was a ploughman

Notes for MARIE JOSEPHTE VINCENT:

The family moved to Ile St-Jean around 1750-52. The move took place after Paul's death.

iv. MARGUERITE MICHEL, b. 1706, Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada]; d. Riviere-du-Nord-Est, Ile Saint Jean, La Nouvelle-France [N of Hillsborough River, PEI, Canada]; m. PAUL (DIT GRANDPAUL) DOIRON/DOUARON, 1734, Pisiquit Acadie, La Nouvelle-France; b. 1710, Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada]; d. Riviere-du-Nord-Est, Ile Saint Jean, La Nouvelle-France [N of Hillsborough River, PEI, Canada]. Paul was a ploughman.

Notes for PAUL (DIT GRANDPAUL) DOIRON/DOUARON:

They came to Ile St-Jean ca. 1750 and settled on the Hillsborough River.

v. ELIZABETH (DIT LARUINE) MICHEL, b. 1712, Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada]; d. Bef. 1750, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada]; m. JEAN VINCENT, Abt. 1730, Pisiquit Acadie, La Nouvelle-France (NS), Canada; b. Abt. 1712, Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada]; d. Riviere-du-Nord-Est, Ile Saint Jean, La Nouvelle-France [N of Hillsborough River, PEI, Canada]. Jean was a ploughman.

Notes for JEAN VINCENT:

Jean came to the Island in 1750. Jean had land on the Riviere du Moulin-a-scie, situated on the south side of the Riveiere du Nord-Est of Port la Joie in 1752. Jean is listed in the 1752 census as married to Marguerite Herbert, a native of Acadia aged 25 and with a 2 year old son so it is unlikely that Elizabeth ever lived on the Island. The land was granted to Jean verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they made a clearing for the sowing of eight bushels of wheat. He had in livestock two pigs and eight fowls. The property is on a piece of land between the Johnston's and the Glenfinnan Rivers, overlooking the Hillsborough River.

37. vi. MARIE-MADELEINE (DIT LA RUINE) MICHEL, b. Abt. 1713, Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada]; d. Bef. 06 Nov 1758.

38. vii. BARBE (DIT LAURINE) MICHEL, b. Abt. 1714, Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada]; d. Bef. 1798, Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada (Vallier Field).

viii. MARIE MICHEL, b. 1717, Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada]; d. Riviere du Moulin a Scie, Ile Saint Jean, La Nouvelle-France [Johnstons River, PEI, Canada]; m. BERNARD SAVARY; b. 1712, Annapolis Royal, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Annapolis Royal, NS, Canada]; d. Riviere du Moulin a Scie, Ile Saint Jean, La Nouvelle-France [Johnstons River, PEI, Canada]. Bernard was a ploughman.

Notes for MARIE MICHEL:

This family came to Ile Saint-Jean about 1750 and was on a grant of land given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They made a clearing of three arpents in extent at this location at Rivieres du Moulins-a-Scie on the south side of the petite Ascension.

The Hillsborough River is typical of many PEI waterways, subject to tidal influences up to 75% of the length of its main stream. The Acadians called it "Riviere de Nord'Est" and "La Grand Riviere". The early colonial British named it Hillsborough for the Earl of Hillsborough. It is also known as the East River. The French were the first Europeans to occupy the area on a continuing basis beginning in 1720 at Port-LaJoie guarding the south of the river.

In 1758, at the hands of the British, most of the Island's population of 5,000 were removed from their lands, including the rich marshlands of the Hillsborough which had attracted the experienced Acadians. The Acadian homesteads along the River, included Port-LaJoie (Present day Fort Amherst, a point of land between the Johnston's and Glenfinnan Rivers, present day Frenchfort, Scotchfort, Mount Stewart, and Pisquid)

Notes for BERNARD SAVARY:

Bernard was the oldest of four surviving sons and three daughters and his father, a widower, lived with them in Ile Saint-Jean.

Generation No. 6

28. CATHERINE6 BOUDROT (CATHERINE5 MEUNIER, JEAN4, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1702 in St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada], and died Abt. 15 Oct 1731. She married JACQUES LEBLANC 14 Nov 1718 in Saint Charles des Mines, Acadie, Nouveaul France, son of ANDRE LEBLANC and MARIE-JEANNE DEGUS. He was born Bet. 1693 - 1695 in St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada], and died Bet. 1742 - 1743 in St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]

Child of CATHERINE BOUDROT and JACQUES LEBLANC is:

i. MARIE7 LEBLANC, b. Oct 1719, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; m. PIERRE LEJEUNE, 24 Jul 1742, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France; b. Abt. 1720, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada].

29. ETIENNE6 BOUDROT (CATHERINE5 MEUNIER, JEAN4, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born Bet. 1704 - 1705 in St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada], and died 21 May 1763 in Grand Pre, NS, Canada. He married MARIE-CLAIRE AUCOIN 12 Nov 1725 in Grande-Pre, daughter of MARTAIN AUCOIN and CATHERINE THERIAULT. She was born 1705.

Child of ETIENNE BOUDROT and MARIE-CLAIRE AUCOIN is:

i. MARIN7 BOUDROT, m. PÉLAGIE BARRIAULT.

30. PAUL (DIT PETIT PAUL)6 BOUDROT (CATHERINE5 MEUNIER, JEAN4, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 16 Oct 1707 in St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada], and died 1758 in the Atlantic en mer Arch Port St-Sevan during the DEPORTATION. He married MADELEINE-JOSEPHE DOIRON 1731, daughter of CHARLES DOIRON and FRANCOISE GAUDET. She was born 1712 in Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada], and died 24 Nov 1758 in St-Malo, l'ile et Vilaine, France.

Children of PAUL BOUDROT and MADELEINE-JOSEPHE DOIRON are:

i. MARIE-JOSEPH7 BOUDROT, b. 1732, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. Unknown-deportation; m. CHARLES LANDRY, 07 Nov 1759, St-Servan, l'ile et Vilaine, France; b. 1729, Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada].

ii. MARGUERITE BOUDREAU, OU BOUDROT, b. 1735, Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada]; d. Unknown-deportation.

iii. FRANCOISE BOUDROT, b. 1738, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. Unknown-deportation.

31. FRANCOIS6 BOUDROT (CATHERINE5 MEUNIER, JEAN4, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 18 Jul 1709 in St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada], and died 21 May 1763. He married ANNE-MARIE THIBODEAU 02 Oct 1730 in Port-Royal, Acadie, daughter of ANTOINE THIBODEAU and MARIE PREJEAN.

Child of FRANCOIS BOUDROT and ANNE-MARIE THIBODEAU is:

39. i. ANNE7 BOUDROT, b. Abt. 1746, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada].

32. FRANCOISE6 BOUDROT (CATHERINE5 MEUNIER, JEAN4, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1715 in Peut-etre, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada], and died 28 Mar 1751 in Port-LaJoie, Ile Saint-Jean, La Nouvelle-France [Charlottetown, PEI, Canada]. She married HONORE DOIRON 03 Nov 1735 in Grand-Pre, son of CHARLES DOIRON and ANNE THERIAULT. He was born Abt. 1714, and died 06 Jan 1793 in Probably- St-François de la Riviere-du-Sud, QC, Canada.

Children of FRANCOISE BOUDROT and HONORE DOIRON are:

i. MARGARITE-JOSEPHE7 DOIRON, b. Abt. 1733, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. Unknown-deportation.

ii. JOSEPH DOIRON, b. Abt. 1736, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. Unknown-deportation.

iii. ALEXIS DOIRON, b. Abt. 1738, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. Unknown-deportation.

iv. THEADORE DOIRON, b. Abt. 1740, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. Unknown-deportation.

v. CECILE DOIRON, b. Abt. 1742, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. Unknown-deportation.

vi. MARIE-JOSEPHE DOIRON, b. Abt. 1744, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. Unknown-deportation.

33. CLAIRE6 BOUDROT (CATHERINE5 MEUNIER, JEAN4, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 27 Dec 1719 in St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada], and died Aug 1756 in St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]. She married (1) PIERRE LEBLANC 24 Oct 1740 in St Charles des Mines, Acadie, son of RENE LEBLANC and JEANNE LANDRY. He was born 21 Aug 1718. She married (2) CHARLES LE BLANC 27 Sep 1754. He was born 1717.

Child of CLAIRE BOUDROT and PIERRE LEBLANC is:

i. PIERRE7 LEBLANC, b. 06 Oct 1741; d. Unknown-deportation.

34. ANNE6 BOUDROT (CATHERINE5 MEUNIER, JEAN4, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 22 Nov 1721 in St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada], and died Aug 1756 in Southampton, Angleterre (England). She married CHARLES LEBLANC 27 Sep 1745 in Saint Charles des Mines, Acadie, son of RENE LEBLANC and JEANNE LANDRY. He was born 1717.

Children of ANNE BOUDROT and CHARLES LEBLANC are:

40. i. MADELEINE7 LEBLANC, b. 1746, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada], Canada; d. Unknown-deportation.

ii. CHARLES LEBLANC, b. 15 May 1748, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. 28 May 1770, Drowned at Pont-Nicau, France.

iii. MARIE LEBLANC, b. Abt. 1749, St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; m. CHARLES BENOIST GRANGER, 05 Sep 1780, Saint-Martin of Chantenay, France; b. St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada].

35. RENE6 MARTIN (MARIE-ANNE5 MEUNIER, JEAN4, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1698 in Port-Royal or Anappolis Royal, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal, NS, Canada], and died 10 Jan 1777 in L'Achigan, La Nouvelle-France [Montcalm, QC, Canada]. He married MARGUERITE MICHEL 29 Oct 1726 in Annapolis Royal, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France, daughter of JACQUES MICHEL and CATHERINE COMEAU. She was born 1702 in Port-Royal, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal, NS, Canada], and died Bef. 1800 in Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada].

Children of RENE MARTIN and MARGUERITE MICHEL are:

i. RENE7 MARTIN, b. 21 Dec 1727, Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada].

41. ii. MARIE MADELEINE MARTIN, b. 31 Mar 1729, Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada]; d. 17 Dec 1772, Baton Rouge, LA, USA.

iii. MARGUERITE MARTIN, b. 21 Jul 1730, Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada]; m. ANTOINE DANIEL.

iv. JOSEPH MARTIN, b. 18 Feb 1732, Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada]; m. MARIE LOUISE GIROUARD, 06 Feb 1767, L'Assumption, QC; b. 1747, Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada].

v. CHARLES BENJAMIN MARTIN, b. 24 Feb 1734, Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada]; m. MARIE THERESE ROBICHAUX; b. 06 Dec 1737, Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada]; d. 04 Nov 1807, L'Achigan, La Nouvelle-France [Montcalm, QC, Canada].

vi. MARIE MODESTE MARTIN, b. 07 Sep 1737, Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada]; m. JEAN BAPTISTE AMIRAULT; b. 23 Jul 1728, Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada].

vii. ROSALIE NATHALIE MARTIN, b. 29 Aug 1738, Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada].

viii. ANNE MARTIN, b. Jan 1740, Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada]; m. JEAN BAPTISTE BELEC, 24 Sep 1770, L'Assumption, QC.

ix. FRANCOIS MARTIN, b. 12 Apr 1742, Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada].

x. AMABLE MARTIN, b. 1744, Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada]; m. ANASTASIE GIROUARD; b. 1751, Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada].

xi. ANASTASIE MARTIN, b. 1746, Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada]; m. JEAN POIRIER; b. 10 Feb 1740, Beaubassin, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [village located on the NS/NB border near Amherst, NS, Canada].

36. MARIE-JOSEPHE6 MICHEL (MARGUERITE5 MEUNIER/MIGNIER, JEAN4 MEUNIER, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1696 in Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada], and died in L'Anse-au-Matelot, Ile Saint-Jean, La Nouvelle-France [Alexandra, PEI Canada]. She married LOUIS SIRE/CYR 23 May 1712 in Saint Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada], Acadie, La Nouvelle-France, son of JEAN SIRE and MARGUERITE RIMBAULT. He was born Abt. 1685 in Saint Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada], and died 23 Jun 1757 in La Nouvelle-France [Quebec City, QC, Canada].

Notes for MARIE-JOSEPHE MICHEL:

The family resided at Pisiquit in 1714, St-Charles-des-Mines from 1719 to 1731, l'Anse-au-Matelot, Ile Saint-Jean in 1749 and Petit-Marais in 1752. They settled on property granted to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure at Anse-au-Matelost. On it they made a clearing for a garden. In livestock they had a heifer, two sows and twenty fowls. The area they settled on in Ile Saint-Jean is now known as Alexandra.

Monsieur Denis de Bonnaventure was a native of France who distinguished himself as a soldier at Louisburg on Ile Rayale. He was appointed Commandant (Governor) of Ile Saint-Jean in August 1749 and served until 1754. He had under his command a garrison of 100 men. His first act was to reconstruct the principal buildings of his garrison, including barracks, personal quarters for himself, a surgeon, the parish priest as well as large depots for provisions and arms. The buildings were all wood, excepting the powder magazine, which was built of stone. The building site remained the same as was before, prior to the fort's burning by New Englanders in 1745 during the war that was fought by the British and French from 1744-1748.

The Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle was signed on 18 October 1748 restoring Ile Saint-Jean and Isle Royal to France. The area known as Acadie was also what is now mainland Nova Scotia, remained in British hands. Assistance was provided from the Government to all Acadians in British territory who would move to Ile Saint-Jean from Nova Scotia and bring their livestock with them. Bonnaventure assigned the land to the influx that arrived, on a verbal basis. Apparently he did not issue deeds. Bonaventure was succeeded by Rousseau de Villejouin.

Children of MARIE-JOSEPHE MICHEL and LOUIS SIRE/CYR are:

i. PIERRE-PAUL7 CYR, b. Abt. 1718, Beaubassin, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [village located on the NS/NB border near Amherst, NS, Canada]; d. Bef. 15 Nov 1766; m. MARGUERITE HEBERT, 27 Jun 1740; b. Abt. 1705, Beaubassin, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [village located on the NS/NB border near Amherst, NS, Canada]; d. Bet. 01 Jan 1752 - 1755.

42. ii. VERONIQUE CYR, b. Abt. 1729, Saint Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. 30 Apr 1759, St-Servan, Bretagne, France.

37. MARIE-MADELEINE (DIT LA RUINE)6 MICHEL (MARGUERITE5 MEUNIER/MIGNIER, JEAN4 MEUNIER, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1713 in Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada], and died Bef. 06 Nov 1758. She married BERNARD POIRIER, son of PIERRE POIRIER and AGNES CORMIER. He was born 1708 in Beaubassin, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [village located on the NS/NB border near Amherst, NS, Canada], and died Bef. 06 Nov 1758.

Child of MARIE-MADELEINE MICHEL and BERNARD POIRIER is:

i. MADELEINE7 POIRIER, b. 1733, Beaubassin, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [village located on the NS/NB border near Amherst, NS, Canada]; d. Bef. 1761; m. SIMON HEBERT, 06 Nov 1758, Paroisse du St-Charles, Bellechase, QC, Nouvelle France, Canada; b. 1737, Cobequid, La Nouvelle-France (Truro, NS, Canada); d. Abt. 1786.

38. BARBE (DIT LAURINE)6 MICHEL (MARGUERITE5 MEUNIER/MIGNIER, JEAN4 MEUNIER, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1714 in Pisiquit, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Windsor, NS, Canada], and died Bef. 1798 in Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada (Vallier Field). She married MICHEL ULRICH Bef. 1738, son of JOSEPH ULRICH and CATHERINE DIEBOLT. He was born Aft. 1700 in Waldolwisheim in Bas-Rhin Alsace, France, and died Bef. 1773 in Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada (Vallier Field).

Notes for BARBE (DIT LAURINE) MICHEL:

Acadians had a marked taste for homemade pastry, especially des poutines, a type of dough based on flour or scrapped potatoes. Cut and rolled into balls, the dough was dropped into boiling broth, where it cooked and rose to the surface.

Not to be overlooked were buckwheat pancakes, or plogues. They were either thin and turned over, or raised. The latter were made with levin or yeasty residue that was kept in a wooden bucket from meal to meal. They raised hot and light, with many tiny holes spurting a mouth-watering steam, and were not turned over but stacked and kept hot.

There was cabbage soup, wild berries (fresh in summer, jams in winter, des grillades, du pain de buckwhit, del la tourtiere, or pork pies. The earthen cellar floor, cool but above freezing, was covered with pumpkins, carrots, beets, turnips, potatoes and onions. Croquecicnois, a kind of raised doughnut, made of a round piece of dough, slashed and twisted, then fired in deep fat, was a holiday specialty - these were called beignes in La Nouvelle-France. They were swerved with home-made wine - either dandelion, choke cherry, beet, patte d'oie or chasspareil.

Before table tea could be either bought or traded for, tea was made from branches of American larch or tamarack, steeped in hot water. Coffee was barley, roasted in a shallow pan until brown. Beer was concocted from fir tops, soaked in a barrel with yeast and molasses. This was fermented for a few days, when it settled, the clear liquor that resulted was considered not bad at all. On holidays was brought from the bottom of le grand coffre a bottle of rum, worth a week's work - but fully appreciated by pioneers whose love of un p'tit coup has not diminished with the generations. To drink to excess was a virer un tanante de brosse or prendre une brosse.

Notes for MICHEL ULRICH:

The forest pressed hard upon the rough buildings of the Acadian pioneer. The noon sun drew a golden path on a broad stretch which axes has cleared, and it was time to enter the home for dinner. The settlers came for a simple meal. They loved du lard, preferring it to partridge and hare. After a bowl of pea soup, salt pork, boiled potatoes and hot tea, they filled their saucers with molasses obtained in trade with the New England merchants, in which they soaked large pieces of bread. They leaned back to enjoy une touche.

Potatoes were the staple food. The old-time woodsman method of cooking them, sliced raw and laid on top of the stove where they sizzled and toasted, then salted and buttered was one method of preparing them. Another method was cooking them in hot coals, raked out black as a cinder, with the insides white an fluffy.

Meat was fresh game or slaughtered livestock, which could not be kept long. In winter, some was frozen. Families arranged exchanges so that when one slaughtered, he would return the amount borrowed from the other. When meat could not be frozen, it was salted down in barrels of heavy brine.

Square tailed trout and togue were native to the waters. Togue, which was unexcelled for chowder has entirely disappeared from eastern Canadian rivers. Salmon and smelt were also harvested for food. Caribou and moose were plentiful but had to be hunted with care. Deer did no appear until after the land was opened for agriculture.

Butter was churned by hand, the buttermilk immersed in the brook in earthenware jugs to be used for drinking or in cooking.

Children of BARBE MICHEL and MICHEL ULRICH are:

i. BARBARA (BARBE)7 ULRICH, b. Abt. 1738, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada]; d. Aft. 1798, Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., PEI, Canada; m. ADAM PHOLMER/FOLMER/FULMORE, 10 Jan 1763, Sainte-Charles-de-Bellechasse, QC, Canada; b. Bitche Lorraine, France; d. Aft. 1811, Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., PEI, Canada. Adam was a farmer.

Notes for ADAM PHOLMER/FOLMER/FULMORE:

For some time the family resided in Quebec. Adam was living in the Parish of St. Charles Co., Bellechaisse and sold land 3 x 40 in the third concession on the Riviere de Sud. The county of Bellechaisse is across the St. Lawrence River from Quebec City.

We do not know if there were children.

What is known is that in 1803, a Loyalist emigrant and possibly and ex-soldier, Robert Han(d)cock was living at Adam's home at Tryon. Hancock was still alive in 1811 as he was the executer of James Howatt's estate.

43. ii. MARGUERITE (HOLLERIE) ULRICH, b. Abt. 1744, L' Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada]; d. Aft. 1815, Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co.,St. John's Island [PEI], Canada.

44. iii. CATHERINE ULRICH, b. Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada]; d. Bef. 1798, Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada.

Generation No. 7

39. ANNE7 BOUDROT (FRANCOIS6, CATHERINE5 MEUNIER, JEAN4, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1746 in St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]. She married PAUL LE BLANC 29 May 1770 in St. Servan, Ilé-et-Vilaine, France, son of CLAUDE-ANDRE LE BLANC and MADELEINE BOUDROT. He was born Abt. 1743 in St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada].

Children of ANNE BOUDROT and PAUL LE BLANC are:

i. ANNE8 LE BLANC, b. 06 Mar 1771, St. Malo, France; d. Jan 1784, Chantenay, France.

ii. MARIE ANNE LE BLANC, b. 19 Mar 1773, St. Malo, France; d. 23 Aug 1774, Chatellerault, Vienne, France.

iii. SILVESTRE LE BLANC, b. Apr 1775, Cenan, Vienne; d. Sep 1777, Nantes, Brittany, France.

iv. PAUL LE BLANC, b. Nov 1776, Nantes, Brittany, France; d. Jul 1777, Nantes, Brittany, France.

v. GENEVIVE LE BLANC, b. 09 Jan 1779, Nantes, Brittany, France; d. Aug 1780, Chantenay, France.

vi. ADELAIDE LE BLANC, b. 14 Oct 1780, Chantenay, France; d. Mar 1784, Chantenay, France.

vii. MARGUERITE LE BLANC, b. 13 May 1782, Chantenay, France; m. FRANCOIS ROGER, 24 Jan 1802, Assumption Catholic Church, Plattenville, Assumption Parish, LA, USA; b. 13 Feb 1776, Ascension Parish, LA, USA.

viii. ROSALIE LE BLANC, b. 16 Mar 1785, Chantenay, France; m. NOEL VICTOR BOUDROT, 13 Feb 1803, Assumption Catholic Church, Plattenville, Assumption Parish, LA, USA; b. 24 Dec 1776, St. Servan, Ile-et-Vilaine, France.

40. MADELEINE7 LEBLANC (ANNE6 BOUDROT, CATHERINE5 MEUNIER, JEAN4, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1746 in St Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada], and died in Unknown-deportation. She married (1) CHARLES AUCOIN 11 Nov 1776 in Sainte-Croix of Nantes, France, son of FRANCOIS AUCOIN and ELIZABETH BLANCHARD. He was born 1748 in Cobequid, Parish of Saints Peter & Paul, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Truro, NS, Canada], and died Bef. Sep 1783. She married (2) FRANCOIS MANCEL 23 Sep 1783 in Saint-Martin of Chantenay, La Nouvelle-France.

Child of MADELEINE LEBLANC and CHARLES AUCOIN is:

i. JOSEPH MARIE8 AUCOIN, b. 20 Jan 1778.

41. MARIE MADELEINE7 MARTIN (RENE6, MARIE-ANNE5 MEUNIER, JEAN4, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born 31 Mar 1729 in Port-Royal Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Port Royal NS, Canada], and died 17 Dec 1772 in Baton Rouge, LA, USA. She married AMAND PREJEAN 21 Jul 1749 in Port-Royal Acadie. He was born 1726 in Chipoudy, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Hopewell Hill, Albert Co., NB, Canada], and died 04 Dec 1787 in St. Martin Parish, LA, USA.

Children of MARIE MARTIN and AMAND PREJEAN are:

45. i. MARTIN8 PREJEAN, b. 1750, Chipoudy, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Hopewell Hill, Albert Co., NB, Canada]; d. 12 Jan 1798, St. Martinville, LA, USA.

46. ii. ANASTASIE MARIE PREJEAN, b. 1751, Chipoudy, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Hopewell Hill, Albert Co., NB, Canada]; d. 23 Nov 1829, St. Landry Parish, LA, USA.

47. iii. ANNE PREJEAN, b. 1752, Chipoudy, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Hopewell Hill, Albert Co., NB, Canada]; d. 08 May 1841, Opelousas, LA, USA.

48. iv. JOSEPH PREJEAN, b. 15 Dec 1759, Chipoudy, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Hopewell Hill, Albert Co., NB, Canada]; d. Abt. 1825, Carencro, LA, USA.

49. v. ANDRE PREJEAN, b. 1765, at sea on the way to New Orleans, LA, USA; d. 15 Dec 1820, St. Martinville, LA, USA.

50. vi. MARIE MADELEINE PREJEAN, b. 1768, Donaldsonville, LA, USA; d. 26 May 1826, St. Martinville, LA, USA.

42. VERONIQUE7 CYR (MARIE-JOSEPHE6 MICHEL, MARGUERITE5 MEUNIER/MIGNIER, JEAN4 MEUNIER, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1729 in Saint Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada], and died 30 Apr 1759 in St-Servan, Bretagne, France. She married JEAN HEBERT 20 Jan 1752 in Port Lajoie, l'Ile Saint-Jean, La Nouvelle-France [PEI] Canada, son of RENE HEBERT and MARIE BOUDROT/BOUDREAU. He was born 29 Apr 1708 in Beaubassin, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [village located on the NS/NB border near Amherst, NS, Canada], and died 02 Apr 1774 in St-Suliac, Bretagne, France.

Child of VERONIQUE CYR and JEAN HEBERT is:

i. JEAN-BAPTISTE8 HEBERT, b. Abt. 1749, Saint Charles des Mines, Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [Grand Pre, NS, Canada]; d. Unknown-deportation.

43. MARGUERITE (HOLLERIE)7 ULRICH (BARBE (DIT LAURINE)6 MICHEL, MARGUERITE5 MEUNIER/MIGNIER, JEAN4 MEUNIER, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1744 in L' Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada], and died Aft. 1815 in Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co.,St. John's Island [PEI], Canada. She married (1) CORPORAL BALTHAZAR MOUTARDE/MOTHART 09 Jan 1764 in Sainte-Charles-de-Bellechasse, QC, Canada by F. L. Saroult, son of HEINRICH MOUTARDE and MADELEINE/MAGDALENA HERRMANN. He was born Abt. 1738 in Stembach Diocese de Strasbourg, Alsace, France, and died 01 Jun 1784 in Argyle Shore ( Northumberland Strait), Lot 30, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada. She married (2) JAMES HOWATT/HOWAT 1782 in Tryon, Lot 28, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada, son of JAMES HOWATT/HOWAT and MARJORIE CRUIKSHANK. He was born Bef. 14 Aug 1724 in Tom More, Parish of Banffshire, Scotland, and died Bef. 24 Aug 1811 in Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., PEI, Canada.

Notes for MARGUERITE (HOLLERIE) ULRICH:

Marguerite did not receive the land promised to her husband as a disbanded soldier. It was said that Marguerite went to Charlottetown to see Govenor Patterson asking for provisions and assistance in her time of need, but was turned down and it was the Mic Mac Indians who helped the family through a harsh winter. The seven girls were strong and able to cut and haul trees to the mill, as well as clear the land around the stumps for farm animals.

Notes for CORPORAL BALTHAZAR MOUTARDE/MOTHART:

Balthazar Mautarde was a Roman Catholic and was probably most at home in the German tongue, and indeed was known familiarly to his descendants as "The German". Moutarde is the French word for mustard. That may, however, have been a French corruption of a German name, and it is possible that Mothart was in fact his original name. It may be worth noting that most in German-speaking areas at the time of his birth were baptized "Johann" plus one or more middle names; the oldest boy would go as Johann and the others by a middle name. He came to Quebec in 1757 with the stoneworkers captured at Louisbourg. How he was recruited to the French service is not known, but we do know from Tanguay that he was a "fichuer" (stone cutter or stone layer). Balthazar would not have lived within the walls of the fortress at Louisbourg (Gibraltar of the North). It is known that the stonecutters lived in a community slightly north and east, called Lorraine. It was a contemptible job. The mortar was mixed with salt water and did not hold. The cutters lived in miserable conditions and were treated as low-class citizens. It is possible that when the fortress was captured, Balthazar may have met countrymen or relations (German settlers from Pennsylvania) and his desertion to the British forces was made that much easier with connections. He served in the English Army in 1758 {by Abbe' Tanguay in his Dictionnaire Genealogique des Canadiens VI:127}. He was a Corporal {according to Ottawa Archives spelled Baltazer Mothart} in Captain Bradstreets' Company of the 2nd Batt. Royal American Regiment and fought under General Wolfe (13 Sep 1759) on the Plains of Abraham with the capture of Quebec. Canada passed to British control with the Treaty of Paris on 10 Feb 1763. There is a very slight chance that Balthazar worked with Holland's Survey Party "Canceaux Co." which surveyed the Island from 1764 to 1765. If he were a member of the Holland surveying party, Muttart would have an opportunity to select a suitable piece of land for himself, and in fact he settled in Lot 28 (one of the richest growing areas of PEI) On 03 Feb 1769, according to the Quebec Judicial Archives, Baltazar Mottar sold his land in Bellechaise. While he could be trilingual in speech and thought, it appears that he could not read or write and so marked his "X". According to the records, Balthazar sold his Quebec property to finance the purchase of the property in St. John's Island from Samuel Holland. Balthazar would have spent 15 years on the Island attempting to cut a home out of the woods. A major problem for Muttart would have been the lack of boys, as his first born were girls. It would also appear that he left his active military career behind as of Oct 14 1781 he was deemed to be "Absent by leave". In 1784, He and several others set out in an open boat from Muddy Cove to go to the capital to get their discharge and the 100 acre grant of land to which they were entitled from the Company of Saint John Volunteer army and all were drowned in a strong southwest wind.

More About CORPORAL BALTHAZAR MOUTARDE/MOTHART:

Military service: 04 May 1762, "Men's names of the 2nd Battalion Royal American Regiment whose times are expired and have certificates in Captain Bradstrateet's Company

Children of MARGUERITE ULRICH and BALTHAZAR MOUTARDE/MOTHART are:

i. MARIE (MARY)8 MUTARD/MUTTART, b. Oct 1764, Bellechasse, QC, Canada; m. CHARLES M'NEIL, Abt. 1783; b. Abt. 1762, Argyleshire, Scotland; d. 15 Jun 1838, , Lot 6, Prince Co., PEI, Canada (Shore Road Cemetery). Charles had immigrated to St. John's Island in 1770.

51. ii. THERESSA (TRACY) MUTARD/MUTTART, b. Mar 1766, Bellechasse, QC, Canada; d. Abt. 1838, Dunblane (at son James' farm), Lot 8, Prince Co., PEI, Canada (Immaculate Conception Church Cemetery in Brae).

52. iii. MARGARET (PEGGY) MUTARD/ MUTTART, b. 19 Dec 1768, St. Charles, Bellechasse, QC, Canada; d. 16 May 1826, Cape Traverse (3 mi E of Borden), Lot 28, Prince Co., PEI, Canada (United Church Cemetery).

53. iv. MORLIN MORTART/MUTTART, b. Abt. 1770, Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada.

v. CATHERINE MORTART/MUTTART, b. Abt. 1771, Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada; d. Aft. 1789; m. NATHAN NOYS, 28 May 1788, Bedeque, Lot 26, Prince Co., PEI, Canada; b. 27 Apr 1742, Newbury, MA., USA; d. 28 May 1788.

Notes for NATHAN NOYS:

Nathan was a Loyalist, living in North Bedeque with 100 acres at the time of their marriage. His parents were Daniel Noyes and Abigail Toppan.

54. vi. MAGADALEN MOUTARD/MUTTART, b. Abt. 1773, Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada; d. Aft. 1861, Grande-Digue, N. B., Canada (Eglise de la Visitation cimetiere).

55. vii. SOPHIA MUTARD/MUTTART, b. Abt. 1774, Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada; d. Aft. Sep 1843, Seven Miles Bay, Lot 27, Prince Co., PEI, Canada.

56. viii. GEORGE MUTTART, b. 21 Jan 1776, Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada; d. 21 Jan 1844, Augustine Cove, Lot 28, Prince Co., PEI, Canada (Cape Traverse United Church Cemetery).

57. ix. JOHN MUTTART, b. Abt. 1778, Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada; d. Bef. 1851, Upper Canada (W Ottawa River), Canada.

58. x. LOUIS MUTTART, b. Abt. 1782, Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada; d. Aft. 1851, Upper Canada (W Ottawa River), Canada.

Children of MARGUERITE ULRICH and JAMES HOWATT/HOWAT are:

59. xi. BARBARA8 HOWATT, b. 1782, Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada; d. 25 May 1860, Lower Bedeque, Lot 26, Prince Co., PEI, Canada (Lower Bedeque Cemetery).

60. xii. ADAM HOWATT, b. 1785, Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada; d. 23 Nov 1871, Augustine Cove (5 mi SE of Borden), Lot 28, Prince Co., PEI, Canada.

44. CATHERINE7 ULRICH (BARBE (DIT LAURINE)6 MICHEL, MARGUERITE5 MEUNIER/MIGNIER, JEAN4 MEUNIER, METHURIN3, RENE2, UNKNOWN1) was born in Acadie, La Nouvelle-France [NS, Canada], and died Bef. 1798 in Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada. She married ANTOINE VALLIERIES 07 Jan 1766 in Sainte-Charles-de-Bellechasse, QC, Canada, son of ANTOINE VALLIERIES and MADELEINE MINFRET-HEBERT. He was born 25 Dec 1728 in Beaumont, La Nouvelle-France, and died Bef. 1798 in Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., St. John's Island [PEI], Canada.

Children of CATHERINE ULRICH and ANTOINE VALLIERIES are:

61. i. CATHERINE8 VALLIER, b. 22 Dec 1766, Saint-Charles-de-Bellechasse, QC, Canada; d. Tryon (2 mi W of Crapaud), Lot 28, Prince Co., PEI, Canada (Valliers Field).

ii. THERESE VALLIERIES, b. 05 Nov 1768, Saint-Charles-de-Bellechasse, QC, Canada.

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