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Fafard-dit-DeLorme pioneers
Posted by: Janet Manseau (ID *****2030) Date: October 04, 2009 at 13:52:41
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Hi, I am posting the notes that I have for some of my pioneer ancestors, in hopes that they may be of interest to some of you that are doing research on your ancestors. Enjoy, Janet

Generation No. 1

1. Jean1 Fafard was born about 1600 in Normandie, France. He married (1) Elisabeth Tibou Bef. 31 Dec 1620 in France. She was born about 1600 in Normandie, France. He married (2) Antoinette Leverdier Bef. 08 Jan 1630 in France. She was born about 1610 in France.

Notes for Elisabeth Tibou:
In "Fichier Origine" page 122, it says that both Bertrand and Francois were the sons of Antoinette Leverdier. However the marriage contract of Bretrand it stated that Elisabeth Tibou was his mother. Now in the marriage contract of her daughter Francoise, Elisabeth Tibou is named as the brides mother. Due to the confusion, I am not sure if Jean Fafard was married to two different women or one. I am putting all three children together for now. At this point Bertrand and Francois are the sons of Antoinette Leverdier and Francoise is the daughter of Elisabeth Tibou. If in fact Jean married twice then these three children would be the half sister and brothers.

Children of Jean Fafard and Elisabeth Tibou are:
+ 2 i. Bertrand2 Fafard-dit-LaFramboise, born about 1620 in Hotot en Auge, Eveche Lisieux, Normandie, France; died 03 Nov 1660 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC.
+ 3 ii. Francoise Fafard, born about 1624 in Hotot en Auge, Eveche Lisieux, Normandie, France; died 13 Jan 1702 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC.


Child of Jean Fafard and Antoinette Leverdier is:
+ 4 i. Francois2 Fafard, born 08 Jan 1630 in Hotot en Auge, Lisieux, Normandie, France; died 25 Dec 1711 in Batiscan, QC.


Generation No. 2

2. Bertrand2 Fafard-dit-LaFramboise (Jean1 Fafard) was born about 1620 in Hotot en Auge, Eveche Lisieux, Normandie, France, and died 03 Nov 1660 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC. He married Marie Sedilot-dit-Jerlotte 21 Dec 1640 in Unknown (presumed Trois Rivière), QC, daughter of Louis Sedilot and Marie Chasle. She was born about 1627 in Picardie. France, and died 12 Jun 1689 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC.

Notes for Bertrand Fafard-dit-LaFramboise:
Bertrand Fafard, Sieur de la Frambroise, was born about 1620, son of Jean Fafard and Antoinette Leverdier, from the borough of Hotot-in-Auge, d'Evreux, in Normandie, in the current department of Calvados, in France. In "Fichier Originier" page 122, it says that his mother was Antoinette Leverdier, but when he came to New France he listed his mother as Elisabeth Tibou. In "Fichier Origine" page 122, Emile Vaillancourt proved that his mother was Antoinette Leverdier and that his brother was Francois.
He arrived in New-France about 1637 and was recorded as being in Trois Rivières on 24 Jan 1638. His "dit" name Laframboise was perhaps his assigned military name. It translates to "the strawberries".
He was the brother of François Fafard married to Marie Richard and the brother or half-brother of Francoise Fafard, married to Mathurin Meunier.
On July 22, he received from the governor Montmagny, two and a half arpents of land at the stronghold of Normanville.
He was approximately 20 years old, when he decided to marry 12 year old Marie Sédillot the daughter of Louis Sédillot and Marie Challe. The marriage contract was signed on December 21, 1640 and the marriage was postponed for two or three years because of her age. This was the third wedding to be performed in the small chapel. Their wedding was confirmed at the reading of the inventory after Bertrand's death (ct 30 Dec 1660 A.N.Q.T.R.).
They settle near the borough of Trois Rivières.
Bertrand Fafard, although illiterate, became one of the leading pioneers of Trois Rivières and among one of the earliest inhabitants in the region. His name was registered in many acts in the social, agricultural, commercial and parochial fields. In 1659, Fafard was a church warden at Trois Rivières.
He was barely 40 years old when he died. He was buried in the cemetery of Trois Rivières on November 3, 1660.

Notes for Marie Sedilot-dit-Jerlotte:
She must have come to New France between 1633 and 1637 as a young child with her father and step mother. She is recorded in the 1666 Trois Rivières census as a widow with her second husband and children from both marriages.
The first court case registered in Trois Rivières is dated June 1655 and involves Crevier's wife, Jeanne Evard, who appears as plaintiff against Marie Sedillot, wife of Bertrand Fafard dit Laframboise. The case involved a calf which Jeanne Evard had cared for, for a few weeks at the request of the owner, Marie Sedillot. In payment, Jeanne Evard wanted half of the calf when it was slaughtered. The court's verdict was that Jeanne Evard would receive the proportion of meat, which would be half of the weight
gained by the calf, while it was under her care. The judge sitting on the bench was Pierre Boucher, son-in-law of Jeanne Evard. His judgement was considerably less than what his mother-in-law had sued for. It does make one wonder what happened after the trial.
Marie Sedilot was married to her second husband Rene Benard and her youngest child Joseph was about 5 weeks old in Trois Rivières, when she and all of New France's pioneers experienced a massive earthquake on 5 Feb 1663. Here is how her contemporaries described the event, along with a few more observations about natural phenomena.
No matter where she was in New France in February of 1663, though, she would have experienced the largest earthquake ever in North America, later estimated as between 7.5 and 8 on the Richter scale. It occurred at 5:30 P.M. on Lundi Gras, the Monday before Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday, thus two days before the beginning of Lent), and continued for thirty minutes. The epicenter was calculated to have been at La Malbaie. Mother Marie de l'Incarnation (Marie Guyart dite de l’Incarnation, founder of the Ursulines in New France), an eyewitness at Québec City, vividly recorded the event in her French Letters...Quoted from Richaudeau, Lettres de la Révérende Mère Marie de l'Incarnation, Tournei, H. Casterman, 1876, tome II, pp. 228-233, 243, 313-314, 375...translation:
Everything was very calm and serene when we heard from afar a loud noise and a terrible buzzing sound, as if many coaches were rolling on cobblestones with speed and recklessness. This sound had no sooner attracted our attention when we heard it coming from underground, above ground, and from all sides, like a confusion of floods and waves, creating horror.
The sound, like a hail of stones on the rooftops, could be heard everywhere, in the barns and in our rooms. It seemed as if the solid rock, upon which almost all of the country rests and on which the houses are built, would open up, break into pieces, and gobble us up. A thick dust flew everywhere. Doors opened by themselves; other doors, which had been open, closed. All the bells in all of our churches rang out of their own volition as did the bells of our clocks, and the bell towers as well as our houses shook as trees do when the wind blows; and all this happened in a terrible confusion of furniture falling over, stones flying, floors cracking open, walls breaking apart. Through all this we could hear our domestic animals howling. Some people ran out of their houses; others ran in. In a word, all of us were so afraid, because we believed it was Judgment Day since we could see all the signs.
After the first shaking, dismay was universal. And since we did not know what was happening, some cried "Fire", believing there had been an explosion; others ran for water to put out the fire; others seized their weapons, believing the Iroquois army had come. But since it was none of these things, all everyone could do was jostle everyone else to escape the destruction of the houses that seemed about to fall apart.
Once outside, we found no more safety than inside: because, by the movement of the earth that shook beneath our feet like waves broken up beneath a row boat, we understood at last that it was an earthquake. Several people hugged trees that, their branches bending and mixing one into another, caused no less horror than the houses that had been abandoned; others grabbed on to roots that, by their movement, struck them rudely on the chest. The Indians [Sauvages], extremely frightened, said the trees were beating them. Some among them said it was demons sent by God to chastise them because they had drunk the brandy that the bad Frenchmen had given them. Other Indians, who were less instructed [in the Faith?], who had come to hunt in this area, said it was the souls of their ancestors returning to their ancient home. To get rid of them, they took their guns and shot into the air toward a band of passing spirits, or so they said. But, at last, our "habitants" [inhabitants] as well as our savages, finding no asylum outside, nor in their houses, for the most part fell into weakness and fainting, and, accepting wiser advice, entered the churches to have the consolation of perishing after having confessed.
A month passed in that manner in the fear and uncertainty of what would happen next; but at last, when the quakes diminished, occurring less often and less violently, except two or three times when they were very strong, we began to discover the ordinary consequences of such earthquakes when they are so violent; we learned about a number of crevasses in the earth, new streams, new springs, new hills where there were none before; some land was flat where before it had been mountainous; new abysses had opened up in some places, from which arose sulphurous vapors, and, in other places, that once were filled with trees, nothing but vast plains; rocks were overturned, plots of land were moved, forests destroyed: some trees were turned upside down and others driven into the earth to the level of their branches. We saw two rivers disappear; we found two new springs, one as white as milk, and the other as red as blood. But nothing was more astonishing than to see the big river, the Saint-Laurent, which, because of its extreme depth never changes, not from melting snow that ordinarily changes most rivers, not by the confluence of 600 rivers that empty into it, without mentioning the 600 springs, large ones for the most part; to see this river change its course and take on the color of sulfur and stay that way for eight days.
Gustave Lanctot in his History of Canada, gives more details, these taken from the Jesuit Relations and Journal: [At Trois Rivières] the high banks of the St. Maurice collapsed along a considerable extent carrying all the trees at the water's edge into the river. A powerful current bore such huge amounts of earth down to the St. Lawrence that even this mighty river's flow was silted and slow for three months. Two hills collapsed into the water at St. Paul Bay and Pointe-aux-Alouettes. At Montréal, the seismic tremors were weaker but they shook the buildings as though they were leaves in the wind. People fled from their houses and patients left the hospitals. Madame d'Ailleboust leapt from her bed half-dressed and raced towards the Abbé Souart, crying, "Confession, Father, confession!" while her servant followed her, trying to give her a skirt.
Seven months later, August 20, 1663, Marie de l'Incarnation wrote: "The earth still quakes. But what is admirable in the midst of the strange and universal debris is that no one has died. No one has even been injured." The earth rocked again in December 1664; January 1665; and April 1668. The original quake was felt in Acadie and New England.
But these earthquakes were not the only unusual events of the time; there were other natural phenomena experienced by the habitants of New France. On the 18th of December, 1664, Marie de l'Incarnation reported, in a July 1665 letter, "a comet appeared at Québec at about midnight, which was visible until six o'clock in the morning and continued for some time." And "On the 20th of December, at about three o'clock in the afternoon, three suns were seen at a distance of about a quarter of a league from one another; these lasted for about a quarter of an hour and then came back together into the usual sun." Comets were observed in January and February of 1665, and other fiery phenomena, including a "sort of dart . . . high in the air and, because it was directly between us and the moon, so that it seemed actually to be in the moon, there were some that believed--and said--that they had seen the moon pierced by an arrow."
The widow, Marie Sédillot, remarried on June 16, 1661 at Trois Rivières, to the corporal of the local garrison Rene Benard-dit-Bourjoli (perhaps a military nickname meaning handsome), born about 1628, originating in Villiers-Charlemagne, district Castle-Gontier, of évêché of Angers, in Anjou. He arrived with the great recruit of Maisonneuve, November 16, 1653, in Montréal. Six children were born in this new marriage. He died between October 24, 1685 and June 12, 1689, in the Cape of the Madeleine.
Marie Sédillot is buried with Trois Rivières, June 12, 1689, at the age of 60.




Children of Bertrand Fafard-dit-LaFramboise and Marie Sedilot-dit-Jerlotte are:
5 i. Joseph3 Fafard-dit-LaFramboise, born 09 Aug 1645 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died Bef. 1666 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC.
+ 6 ii. Louis Fafard-dit-Laframboise, Sieur de Longval, born 14 Nov 1649 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died 04 Feb 1717 in Batiscan, Champlain, QC.
+ 7 iii. Etiennette Fafard-dit-LaFramboise, born 15 May 1652 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died 07 Apr 1721 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC.
8 iv. Jean-Baptiste Fafard, Sieur de LaFramboise, born 25 Feb 1656 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died 27 Jul 1714 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC. He married Marie-Francoise Marchand 08 Nov 1683 in La Pérade, QC; born about 1662 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died 01 Feb 1740 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC.
9 v. Marie-Jeanne Fafard-dit-LaFramboise, born 01 Jan 1659 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died Jan 1664 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC.

Notes for Marie-Jeanne Fafard-dit-LaFramboise:
She died during the winter of 1664.


3. Francoise2 Fafard (Jean1) was born about 1624 in Hotot en Auge, Eveche Lisieux, Normandie, France, and died 13 Jan 1702 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC. She married Mathurin Meunier/Monier/LeMousnier 03 Nov 1647 in Montréal, QC, son of Rene Meunier/Monier/LeMousnier and Marie Leroux. He was born 22 Apr 1619 in St. Lambert de Clermont-Créans, La Fleche, Le Mans, Maine, France, and died Bet. 08 Oct 1676 - 1681 in Château Richer, Montmorency, QC.

Notes for Francoise Fafard:
"Filles à Marier", page 133, Francoise Fafard was born about 1622 in the parish of Saint-Jean-Baptiste et Saint-Patrice in Argences. (near Caen, diocese of Bayeux), Normandie, the daughter of Jean Fafard and Elisabeth Tibou. Françoise arrived in New France in 1647, probably brought over by Maisonneuve on his return from France.
On 03 November 1647, Françoise married Mathurin Meunier in Montréal. This was the first marriage celebrated at Montréal (Ville-Marie). Though no marriage contract has been found for this couple, it is known that Françoise could not sign her name, but her husband could.
Françoise Fafard died 13 Jan 1702 at Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, where she was buried the next day.

Notes for Mathurin Meunier/Monier/LeMousnier:
He was a peat worker, born about 1619 in Clermont-Créans (near La Flèche, diocese of Le Mans), Maine, France, the son of René Meunier and Marie Leroux.
He signed up in La Rochelle on 20 April 1644 to sailed to New France.
He married Francoise Fafard on 3 Nov 1647. This was the first marriage to be celebrated in Montréal.
In the 1666 Beaupre Canadian census his name was listed as Jean Mounier. He was listed as being 47and Francoise was 45. In the 1667 Beaupre census Mathurin has 15 arpent in land value and his name is spelled Musnier. He was now 45 years old and so was his wife.
Mathurin Meunier died at Château-Richer some time between 08 October 1676 and the 1681 census.
Their son Jean and his wife Marguerite Housseau settled at Saint-Laurent, Île d'Orléans and had four children. Son Jean was baptized 15 March 1672 at Sainte Famille, followed by Anne (30 August 1674), Paul (23 February 1676) and Charles (24 February 1678). She was one of the King's Daughters Marguerite Housseau was born about 1649 in the parish of Saint-Jean in Troyes, Champagne, the daughter of Nicolas Housseau and Marguerite Bolduc. After her father's death, she left for Canada in 1670 at about age 21, taking with her goods worth an estimated 300 livres for her dowry. A value of $4,275 in the USA in the year 2000.
On 05 October 1670, Marguerite married Jean Meunier at Sainte--Anne-de-Beaupré and was given the King's Gift of 50 livres. Neither spouse could sign the marriage contract drawn up 31 August by notary Becquet. Then Jean and Marguerite returned to France with their children about 1678.



Children of Francoise Fafard and Mathurin Meunier/Monier/LeMousnier are:
10 i. Barbe3 Meunier/Monier, born 24 Nov 1648 in Montréal, QC; died 03 Dec 1648 in Montréal, QC.
11 ii. Charles Meunier/Monier, born 03 Dec 1649 in Montréal, QC; died 21 Dec 1649 in Montréal, QC.
12 iii. Mathurin Meunier/Monier, born 03 Dec 1649 in Montréal, QC; died 27 Feb 1650 in Montréal, QC.
13 iv. Jean Meunier/Monier, born 08 Jan 1651 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC. He married Marguerite Ozou, (Nicolas & Marguerite Detroye) 05 Oct 1670 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; born about 1649 in St. Jean de Troyes, Champagne, France.

Notes for Jean Meunier/Monier:
Jean was baptized 08 January 1651 at Trois Rivières, the son of Mathurin Meunier and Françoise Fafard, who were married 03 November 1647 at Montréal. Jean and Marguerite settled at Saint-Laurent, Île d'Orléans and had four children. Son Jean was baptized 15 March 1672 at Sainte Famille, followed by Anne (30 August 1674), Paul (23 February 1676) and Charles (24 February 1678). The entire family returned to France about 1678.



Notes for Marguerite Ozou, (Nicolas & Marguerite Detroye):
"King's Daughters", page 303, Marguerite Housseau was born about 1649 in the parish of Saint-Jean in Troyes, Champagne, the daughter of Nicolas Housseau and Marguerite Bolduc. After her father's death, she left for Canada in 1670 at about age 21, taking with her goods worth an estimated 300 livres for her dowry. A value of $4,275 in the USA in the year 2000.
On 05 October 1670, Marguerite married Jean Meunier at Sainte--Anne-de-Beaupré and was given the King's Gift of 50 livres. Neither spouse could sign the marriage contract drawn up 31 August by notary Becquet.

14 v. Francoise Meunier/Monier, born 13 Sep 1653 in Québec City, QC; died 18 Jan 1703 in St. Laurent de l'Île d'Orléans, QC. She married (1) Charles Pouliot, (Jean & Jeanne Josse) 05 Jun 1667 in Unknown, QC; born 09 Apr 1628 in St. Cosme de Vair, Varaise, Sarthe, France; died 06 Aug 1699 in St. Laurent de l'Île d'Orléans, QC. She married (2) Jean-Paul Maheu, Seigneur de Riviere Maheu 30 May 1700 in St. Laurent de l'Île d'Orléans, QC; born about 1649 in QC; died 25 Dec 1708 in St. François de l'Île d'Orléans, QC.

Notes for Jean-Paul Maheu, Seigneur de Riviere Maheu:
His first wife was one of the King's Daughters (Page 532) Marguerite Tesson. Tesson, Marguerite
Marguerite Tesson was born about 1651 in the parish of Saint-Paul in Paris, the daughter of Noel Tesson and Christine Debers. She came to Canada in 1669, at about age 18.
On 13 November 1669, Marguerite married Jean-Paul Maheu in Québec City. A judgment by the Sovereign Council on 22 December 1698 mentions a marriage contract drawn up by notary Rageot 04 November 1661, though another judgment by the Council on 25 May 1700 corrects the contract date to 04 November 1669. Silvio Dumas notes "A marriage contract passed by the spouses has been lost."
Jean-Paul was seigneur of the fief of the Rivière Maheu. He was born about 1649, the son of René Maheu and Marguerite Corriveau. Marguerite and Jean-Paul baptized son Jean 14 September 1670 at Québec City. On 22 April 1678, a separation of property was declared by the Sovereign Council. The couple then moved to Montréal, where Marie-Louise was baptized 23 July 1680. Sadly, son Jean died some time before the 1681 census.
The conduct of this couple, especially Jean-Paul, attracted the attention of Montréal"s Father Jean Frémont, who complained of their scandalous life in December 1680. It seems that one winter's night in 1679, Jean-Paul Maheu invited two men from Lachenaie to his home, Mathieu Hubout dit Deslongchamps and a man named Paris. His plan was to have them sleep with his wife in order to make money to support his drinking habit. However, Marguerite did not want to grant her charms to these two. She did, however, devise a scheme whereby she invited Nicolas d'Ailleboust, Sieur de Manthet and Claude Tardif to come sleep with her, on the pretext that she was afraid because she was alone. Husband and wife even carried out their depraved doings right under the nose of the authorities: Jean-Paul Maheu promised two or three of Governor Frontenac's guards (including Lieutenant Paul d'Ailleboust, Sieur de Périgny) that they could sleep with his wife.
It came out in testimony that Marguerite was the longtime lover of merchant Jean-Jacques Patron. It seems that Patron had the habit of giving his mistress gifts, including a pig that he killed and roasted in front of the Maheu household. According to one witness at the proceedings, Jean-Paul Maheu did not work and was often at home. Seeking to get Maheu out of the way, Patron had him outfitted for a fur trading expedition and sent him off with 100 écus in trade goods. This went on for at least two years, with Maheu never bringing back any returns from his "expeditions."
Surgeon Jean Martinet dit Fonbianche testified that Maheu was a lazy vagabond without apparent trade. Wondering how Maheu could thus afford to dress himself as he did, Martinet suspected that it was Patron who supplied Maheu with what he needed, in return for Maheu's silence and the "evil commerce" he carried on with Marguerite. Nonetheless, Martinet stated that Marguerite "had many merits and she was a saint who deserved a better husband," citing Maheu's excessive drinking as the reason behind the whole scandal. Martinet claimed that Maheu told him that since Patron was sleeping with his wife, he should at least get something out of it. Maheu also seems to have threatened on occasion that if Patron did not give him money for alcohol, he would bash his head in. It seems that Maheu even singled out Patron as a target for his wife's charms, since the rich merchant could support his drinking habit and furnish the couple with food and money.
A parade of witnesses testified to the dubious comings and goings of the lovers in each other's houses. Jean Aubuchon testified that on one occasion a drunken Maheu told him that the child his wife had was not his own and that any number of men could be the real father. The Montréal tribunal arrested both Marguerite and Jean-Paul and put them in prison for interrogation. On 25 December 1680, the sentence was handed down: found guilty of leading a licentious and scandalous life, both Marguerite and Jean-Paul would have all their property confiscated after a public declaration in the town square and in front of their home.
Disgraced in Montréal, the couple moved to Québec City, where daughter Angelique was baptized 14 August and buried 17 September 1681. Son Pierre-Louis was baptized 14 April 1684. Marguerite Tesson died before 22 December 1698. Nicolas Volant was named tutor of her minor children. On 03 May 1700, the Sovereign Council declared Jean-Paul incapable of managing his property and appointed Volant curator of his assets, no doubt to protect his role as guardian of Jean-Paul's children.
About 1685, Jean-Paul had an enfant nature!, a daughter named Marie-Anne, with Fille du Roi Catherine Bruneau. He later married Francoise Meunier (1700) and Anne-Charlotte Petit (1703), but did not have any more children. Jean-Paul Maheu was buried 25 December 1708 at Saint-François, Île d'Orléans.



+ 15 vi. Elisabeth-Isabelle Meunier/Monier, born 17 Feb 1656 in Québec City, QC; died Aft. 10 Apr 1714 in St. Laurent de l'Île d'Orléans, QC.
+ 16 vii. Marguerite-Marie Meunier/Monier, born 04 Aug 1659 in Québec City, QC; died 17 Jun 1733 in St. François de l'Île d'Orléans, QC.
17 viii. Mathurin Meunier/Monier, born 08 Dec 1662 in Château Richer, Montmorency, QC; died 14 Feb 1743 in Québec City, QC. He married Marie-Madeleine Meneu-dit-Chateauneuf 22 Nov 1684 in Ste. Famille, Île d'Orléans, QC; born about 1669 in Unknown, QC; died 25 Mar 1703 in L'Ancienne Lorette, QC.
+ 18 ix. Francois Meunier/Monier, born 02 May 1664 in Château Richer, Montmorency, QC; died Bet. 1726 - 1728 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC.


4. Francois2 Fafard (Jean1) was born 08 Jan 1630 in Hotot en Auge, Lisieux, Normandie, France, and died 25 Dec 1711 in Batiscan, QC. He married (1) Marie Richard 05 Nov 1656 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC, daughter of Simon Richard and Catherine Constancineau/Coutancinella. She was born 09 Jul 1630 in Ste. Marguerite de La Rochelle, Aunis, France, and died 29 May 1695 in Batiscan, QC. He married (2) Marie-Madeleine LeFrancois 08 Apr 1696 in Château Richer, Montmorency, QC, daughter of Isaac LeFrancois and Esther Paigne. She was born about 1634 in Metz, Lorraine, France, and died 23 Mar 1707 in Batiscan, QC. He married (3) Jeanne Guillet-dit-Lajeunesse 23 Jun 1711 in Batiscan, QC, daughter of Pierre Guillet-dit-Lajeunesse and Jeanne St.Pair/St.Pere. She was born 03 Nov 1652 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC, and died 18 Nov 1723 in Batiscan, QC.

Notes for Francois Fafard:
François was baptized 08 January 1630 in Hotot-en-Auge (near the diocese of Lisieux), Normandie, the son of Jean Fafard and Antoinette Le Verdier. He is the half brother of "Filles à Marier" Françoise Fafard. François came to Canada in 1650 and is first noted at Trois-Rivières on 25 January 1651. He is recorded with his family in the Trois Rivières 1666 census as being 36 years old. They can be found at Batiscan in the 1681 census.
Marie Richard was buried 31 May 1695 at Batiscan. François later married "Filles à Marier", Marie-Madeleine François (1696) and Jeanne Guillet (1711), but had no children with either.
François Fafard died 25 December 1711 and was buried the next day at Batiscan.




Notes for Marie Richard:
"Filles à Marier", page 268, Marie Richard was born about 1631-1636 in La Rochelle, Aunis, the daughter of Simon Richard and Catherine Constancineau. She came to New France in 1656 as a single girl.
On 05 November 1656, Marie married Francois Fafard at Trois Rivières. No marriage contract has been found for this couple and it is not known if Marie could sign her name, though her husband definitely could not.
Marie Richard was buried 31 May 1695 at Batiscan.

Notes for Marie-Madeleine LeFrancois:
"Filles à Marier", page 139, Marie-Madeleine Francois or Lefrançois was born about 1634 in Metz, Lorraine, the daughter of Isaac François, captain of a light horse company and Esther Paigne or Pasquier. After her father's death, Marie--Madeleine came to New France in 1654.
On 11 January 1655, Marie-Madeleine married Guillaume Thibault or Tibault in Québec City, bringing a dowry worth 400 livres, the equivalent of $5,760 in the year 2000 in the USA. She could not sign the marriage contract drawn up 16 November 1654 by notary Audouart, but her husband could.
Guillaume Thibault died 21 August 1686 and was buried two days later at Château-Richer. Ten years later on 08 April 1696, Marie-Madeleine married François Fafard at Château-Richer. Neither spouse could sign the marriage contract drawn up 07 April by notary Jacob père. Francois was previously (1656) married to "Filles à Marier", Marie Richard, with whom he had 7 children. Marie-Madeleine and François did not have any children together.
Marie-Madeleine François or Lefrançois died 23 March 1707 at Batiscan, where she was buried the next day.

Notes for Jeanne Guillet-dit-Lajeunesse:
She was the widow of Mathurin Rouillard.

Children of Francois Fafard and Marie Richard are:
19 i. Jean3 Fafard, born 17 Sep 1657 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC. He married Marguerite Couc-dit-LaFleur Bef. 31 Dec 1686 in Pays d'en Haut, QC; born 01 Jun 1664 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC.

Notes for Jean Fafard:
He is most likely the Jean Fafard that died in Detroit or the vicinity in 1701. If he is, then he left a widow Marguerite Couc who married Michel Masse in 1705 Detroit.

Notes for Marguerite Couc-dit-LaFleur:
Her mother was Marie Miteouamigoukoue an Algonquin.

+ 20 ii. Francois Fafard-dit-DeLorme, born about 1660 in Unknown, QC; died 07 Jan 1734 in Ste. Anne de Détroit, Michigan, USA.
21 iii. Joseph Fafard-dit-LaFresnaye, born about 1662 in Unknown, QC; died 24 Oct 1708 in L'hôpital de Montréal, QC. He married Marguerite Lafond 25 Jul 1703 in Batiscan, Champlain, QC; born 25 Jul 1685 in Batiscan, QC.
22 iv. Jeanne Fafard, born about 1665 in Unknown, QC; died Bef. 31 Dec 1694 in Unknown, QC. She married Jean-Baptiste Chastenay 30 May 1689 in Batiscan, Champlain, QC (ct 29, Charles Le Sieur); born about 1645 in St. Leger, De Perigeux, Limousin, France; died 20 Jul 1707 in Hôtel Dieu de Québec City, QC.

Notes for Jean-Baptiste Chastenay:
He arrived in Canada in Sept. 1665, as a soldier from the company of St. Ours, of the Carignan regiment. He was also noted as being in Québec City on 21 Sep 1665 at age 25. In the 1681 census at Lotbiniere he was listed as being 35 and 45 in 1689.

23 v. Pierre Fafard-dit-BoisJoly, born about 1667 in Unknown, QC. He married Therese Acicia/Asigad Bef. 03 Jun 1714 in Kaskaskia, Illinois, USA; born about 1675 in Kaskaskia, Illinois, USA.

Notes for Pierre Fafard-dit-BoisJoly:
He was captain of the militia in 1724.

Notes for Therese Acicia/Asigad:
She was an Amerindienne (American Indian).

+ 24 vi. Louis Fafard-dit-Longval, born about 1670 in Unknown, QC; died 27 Apr 1736 in Sorel, Richelieu, QC.
+ 25 vii. Marie-Anne-Jeanne Fafard, born about 1673 in Unknown, QC; died 17 Feb 1703 in St. Antoine de Tilly, Lotbinière, QC.


Generation No. 3

6. Louis3 Fafard-dit-Laframboise, Sieur de Longval (Bertrand2, Jean1 Fafard) was born 14 Nov 1649 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC, and died 04 Feb 1717 in Batiscan, Champlain, QC. He married (1) Marie Lucas-dit-Dontigni 10 Nov 1671 in Unknown (presumed Batiscan), QC (ct Cousson), daughter of Jacques Lucas and Francoise Capelle. She was born 22 Jan 1655 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC, and died 29 Nov 1700 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC. He married (2) Francoise Lafond 19 Jul 1703 in Batiscan, Champlain, QC, daughter of Etienne Lafond-dit-Pepin and Marie Boucher. She was born 08 Jul 1658 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC, and died 02 Oct 1717 in Montréal, QC.

Notes for Louis Fafard-dit-Laframboise, Sieur de Longval:
He was Sieur of Longval. Sieur (Mister) was a respectful way of addressing a person that owned a lot of land and had many people working for him. Longval translates to "long narrow valley".
In the 1681 Trois Riviere census, he was a merchant. His marriage contract was dated 10 Nov 1671 in front of notary Cusson. He had no children with his second wife.
There daughter Marie Exupere was a nun. On 11 Jun 1718 she became a religious nun in Ursuline Trois Riviere. Her adopted name was Mother St. Jean Baptiste.

Notes for Marie Lucas-dit-Dontigni:
She is 11years old in the 1666 Trois Rivières census with her mother and step father Jacques LeMarchant.

Notes for Francoise Lafond:
She had nine children with her first husband Charles Lesieur and none in her second marriage with Francois Fafard.

Children of Louis Fafard-dit-Laframboise and Marie Lucas-dit-Dontigni are:
26 i. Joseph4 Fafard-dit-Longval-LaFramboise, born 27 Mar 1673 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died Bef. 1681 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC.
27 ii. Louis Fafard-dit-Longval-LaFramboise, born 19 May 1675 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died 02 Mar 1703 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC.
28 iii. Alexis Fafard-dit-Longval-LaFramboise, born 17 Jan 1678 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC.
29 iv. Jacques Fafard-dit-Longval-dit-Lasavanne, born 31 Oct 1680 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC.

Notes for Jacques Fafard-dit-Longval-dit-Lasavanne:
It is known that he was in Trois Rivières on 13 June 1700.

30 v. Michel Fafard-dit-LaFramboise, Sieur de Longval, born 09 Apr 1683 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died 29 Oct 1777 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC. He married Marie-Charlotte Godefroy-dit-DeLinctot-Vieuxpont 18 May 1717 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC (ct 8, Poulin); born 18 Sep 1691 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died 27 Aug 1775 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC.

Notes for Michel Fafard-dit-LaFramboise, Sieur de Longval:
He was a bourgeois merchant, captain of the militia in 1721 and major of the militia for the government of Trois Rivières in 1728.

31 vi. Marie-Francoise Fafard-dit-Longval-LaFramboise, born 24 Oct 1685 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died 14 Sep 1753 in Batiscan, QC. She married Noel Trottier, Sieur De LaBissonniere 10 Jan 1702 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; born about 1674 in Unknown, QC; died 14 Apr 1720 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC.
32 vii. Therese-Marie-Marguerite Fafard-dit-Longval-LaF., born 01 Aug 1688 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died 07 Dec 1762 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC.
33 viii. Alexis Fafard-dit-Longval-Francheville, born 31 Jan 1691 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died 21 Dec 1763 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC. He married Marie-Anne Fournel, (Jean & A.Therese Levasseur) 29 Oct 1720 in Québec City, QC; born 27 Jul 1699 in Québec City, QC; died 29 Jun 1722 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC.
34 ix. Joseph Fafard-dit-Longval-LaFramboise, born 10 Nov 1693 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC.
35 x. Francois Fafard-dit-Longval-LaFramboise-Delorme, born 02 May 1696 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died 03 Feb 1745 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC. He met Marie-Ursule (Amerindienne-Indian) Bef. 19 Aug 1726 in Unknown, QC; born about 1700 in Abenaquise, Mission St. François, QC.

Notes for Francois Fafard-dit-Longval-LaFramboise-Delorme:
Jette claims that he had an "Enfant Naturel" illegitimate child named Marie Francoise born 19 Aug 1726 at Vercheres. The child's mother was Marie-Ursule an Amerindian (American Indian) of the St. Francois Mission. PRDH does not suggest that the couple did not marry, just that no records were found. Being that Marie Ursule was at a Mission, it could very well be that they were married and the records were not found. Because of this I have recorded their union as being unknown.

36 xi. Marie-Exupere Fafard-dit-Longval, Sister St. JB, born 13 Jan 1699 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died 1788 in Unknown, QC.

Notes for Marie-Exupere Fafard-dit-Longval, Sister St. JB:
MARIE EXUPERE FAFARD LONVAL, MERE ST JEAN BAPTISTE born on 11 Jun 1718, became a religious nun in Ursuline Trois Rivière. Her adopted name was Mother St. Jean Baptiste. The year of her death was recorded in the book of the Ursuline Nuns at Trois Rivière. This information is from PRDH.


7. Etiennette3 Fafard-dit-LaFramboise (Bertrand2, Jean1 Fafard) was born 15 May 1652 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC, and died 07 Apr 1721 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC. She married Pierre Boivin, (Pierre & Anne Lecocq) 04 Nov 1664 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC. He was born 26 Jul 1643 in St. Maclou Sauveur, Rouen, France, and died 05 Jan 1709 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC.

Child of Etiennette Fafard-dit-LaFramboise and Pierre Boivin is:
37 i. Marie4 Boivin, born 19 May 1685 in Beaupré, QC. She married Joseph Simard-dit-Lombrette 30 Oct 1702 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; born 11 Feb 1674 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; died 25 Sep 1738 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC.


15. Elisabeth-Isabelle3 Meunier/Monier (Francoise2 Fafard, Jean1) was born 17 Feb 1656 in Québec City, QC, and died Aft. 10 Apr 1714 in St. Laurent de l'Île d'Orléans, QC. She married Isaac-Etienne Paquet-dit-Vallee 30 Jun 1670 in Château Richer, Montmorency, QC. He was born about 1636 in La Roche sur Yon, Poitou, France, and died 18 Jun 1702 in St. Laurent de l'Île d'Orléans, QC.

Child of Elisabeth-Isabelle Meunier/Monier and Isaac-Etienne Paquet-dit-Vallee is:
38 i. Charles4 Paquet-dit-Vallee, born 24 Mar 1673 in Ste. Famille de l'Île d'Orléans, QC; died 12 Oct 1745 in Québec City, QC. He married Jeanne Coulombe 01 Feb 1694 in St. Laurent de l'Île d'Orléans, QC; born 14 Apr 1677 in Ste. Famille de l'Île d'Orléans, QC.


16. Marguerite-Marie3 Meunier/Monier (Francoise2 Fafard, Jean1) was born 04 Aug 1659 in Québec City, QC, and died 17 Jun 1733 in St. François de l'Île d'Orléans, QC. She married (1) Pierre Labbe-dit-Lacroix, (Francois & M. Forest) 10 Apr 1674 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC. He was born 30 Jun 1643 in Notre Dame des Marais, Maine, France, and died 04 Jan 1709 in St. François de l'Île d'Orléans, QC. She married (2) Jean Deblois-dit-Gregoire 13 Jun 1710 in St. Francois, Île d'Orléans, Québec Canada. He was born 17 Dec 1665 in Île d'Orléans, QC.

Notes for Pierre Labbe-dit-Lacroix, (Francois & M. Forest):
He arrived as a soldier with the Monteil Company of the Carigan Regiment on 30 June 1665.

Child of Marguerite-Marie Meunier/Monier and Pierre Labbe-dit-Lacroix is:
39 i. Anne-Marie4 Labbe-dit-Lacroix, born 16 Jul 1679 in St. François de l'Île d'Orléans, QC; died 19 Aug 1758 in Québec City, QC. She married Jean-Francois Allaire/Dallaire 03 Nov 1694 in St. François de l'Île d'Orléans, QC; born 23 Aug 1674 in Ste. Famille de l'Île d'Orléans, QC; died 19 Jul 1721 in Beaumont, QC.


18. Francois3 Meunier/Monier (Francoise2 Fafard, Jean1) was born 02 May 1664 in Château Richer, Montmorency, QC, and died Bet. 1726 - 1728 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC. He married Angelique Jacob 18 Feb 1692 in L'Ange Gardien, QC (ct 01, Aubert), daughter of Etienne Jacob and Jeanne Fresel. She was born 12 Nov 1671 in L'Ange Gardien, QC, and died 07 Jan 1759 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC.

Notes for Francois Meunier/Monier:
He was listed as being 2 years old in the 1666 Beaupre census.

Children of Francois Meunier/Monier and Angelique Jacob are:
40 i. Marie-Ursule4 Meunier/Monier, born 15 Apr 1693 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; died 17 May 1735 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC.
41 ii. Joseph Meunier/Monier, born 27 Aug 1695 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC.
42 iii. Agnes-Marie Meunier/Monier, born 23 Jan 1698 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; died 19 Apr 1756 in St. François de la Rivière du Sud, QC. She married Julien Mercier, (Jean & Barbe Montminy-Jouvent) 30 May 1718 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; born about 1693 in Unknown, QC; died 18 Oct 1763 in Montmagny, QC.
43 iv. Jeanne Meunier/Monier, born 19 Aug 1700 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; died 06 Nov 1770 in St. Joachim, QC. She married Zacharie Bolduc 23 Aug 1728 in St. Joachim, QC; born about 1704 in Unknown, QC.
44 v. Angelique Meunier/Monier, born 09 Jun 1702 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC.
45 vi. Monique-Marie Meunier/Monier, born 21 Apr 1704 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; died 01 Feb 1762 in St. François de la Rivière du Sud, QC. She married Joseph Boulet 27 Jul 1723 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; born about 1695 in Unknown, QC; died 24 Sep 1769 in St. François de la Rivière du Sud, QC.
46 vii. Marie-Angelique Meunier/Monier, born 11 Mar 1706 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; died 18 May 1779 in St. François de la Rivière du Sud, QC. She married Jacques Talbot-dit-Gervais, (Jean & C.Sommereux) 01 Jul 1726 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; born 05 Apr 1704 in Montmagny, QC.
47 viii. Genevieve Meunier/Monier, born 05 Jan 1708 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; died Bef. 28 Aug 1730 in Unknown, QC. She married Etienne Simard-dit-Lombrette 01 Jul 1726 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; born 16 Nov 1701 in Beaupré, QC; died 12 Nov 1791 in Ste. Anne de Braupré, Montmorency, QC.
48 ix. Marie-Francoise Meunier/Monier, born 18 Nov 1709 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; died 14 Dec 1749 in Petit Rivière St. François, QC. She married Pierre Simard-dit-Lombrette 05 May 1730 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC (ct 4, Jacob the son); born 07 Mar 1705 in Petit Rivière St. François, QC; died 17 Feb 1785 in Petit Rivière St. François, QC.
49 x. Marie-Helene Meunier/Monier, born 26 Oct 1711 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; died 05 Dec 1777 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC. She married Augustin Blouin-dit-Laviolette 16 Apr 1736 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; born 23 May 1713 in St. Jean de l'Île d'Orléans, QC; died 03 May 1779 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC.
50 xi. Marie-Madeleine Meunier/Monier, born 26 Jan 1715 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC; died 23 Oct 1739 in Ste. Anne de Beaupré, Montmorency, QC.


20. Francois3 Fafard-dit-DeLorme (Francois2 Fafard, Jean1) was born about 1660 in Unknown, QC, and died 07 Jan 1734 in Ste. Anne de Détroit, Michigan, USA. He married (1) Marie-Madeleine Jobin 03 Nov 1683 in Champlain, QC (ct 4 Jan 1684, Adhemar), daughter of Charles Jobin and Marie-Madeleine Girard. She was born about 1664 in St. Germain l' Auxerrois de Paris, France, and died 29 Jan 1711 in Ste. Anne de Détroit, Michigan, USA. He married (2) Barbe Loisel/Loiselle/Loysel 30 Dec 1713 in Detroit, Michigan, daughter of Louis Loisel and Marguerite Charlot. She was born 30 Aug 1663 in Montréal, QC, and died in Detroit, Michigan, USA.

Notes for Francois Fafard-dit-DeLorme:
His dit name "DeLorme" I believe translates to "of the elm", in which it would of started of as "de l'orme".
He was 6 in the 1666 census with his parents. He was one of the first pioneers in Detroit Michigan. Ste. Anne de Détroit, Michigan, USA He died at age 80.

Notes for Barbe Loisel/Loiselle/Loysel:
She had three husbands: 1) Pierre Roussel 2) Francois LeGantier, Esq., sieur de LaVallee Ranee, lieutenant and in 1713 Francois Fafard-dit-DeLorme. On 6 Sep 1708 Barbe set out from Québec to join her husband Francois LeGauthier in Detroit.

Children of Francois Fafard-dit-DeLorme and Marie-Madeleine Jobin are:
51 i. Francois4 Fafard-dit-DeLorme, born 25 Sep 1684 in Chaplain, QC; died 06 Feb 1717 in Sorel, Richelieu, QC. He married Marie-Jeanne-Michelle Lemaitre-dit-Lamorille 09 Jan 1713 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; born about 1693 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC.
52 ii. Charles Fafard-dit-DeLorme, born 10 Jun 1687 in Batiscan, QC; died 27 Feb 1756 in L'Île Dupas, QC. He married M.-Francoise Lemaitre-dit-Lamorille-Latinville 29 Mar 1717 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; born 05 Oct 1697 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died 27 Aug 1774 in L'Île Dupas, QC.
53 iii. Marie-Madeleine Fafard-dit-DeLorme, born 29 Sep 1691 in Batiscan, QC; died 06 Dec 1754 in Chambly, QC. She married Prudent Robert-dit-Fontaine, (Louis & M.Bourgery 07 Jan 1711 in Ste. Anne de Détroit, Michigan, USA; born 01 Jun 1686 in Boucherville, QC; died 03 Aug 1742 in Chambly, QC.
54 iv. Marie-Marguerite Fafard-dit-DeLorme, born 22 Jul 1695 in Batiscan, QC; died 26 Dec 1728 in L'Île Dupas, QC. She married Michel Bisaillon 30 Jun 1710 in Ste. Anne de Détroit, Michigan, USA; born about 1680 in Augergne, France; died Bef. 26 Dec 1728 in Unknown, QC.
55 v. Marie-Josephe Fafard-dit-DeLorme, born 18 Jul 1698 in Batiscan, QC; died 15 Jan 1752 in Charlesbourg, QC. She married (1) Pierre Auclair, (Andre & Marie Bedard) 09 Nov 1716 in Charlesbourg, QC; born 09 Feb 1693 in Petite Auvergne, QC; died 05 Mar 1728 in Charlesbourg, QC. She married (2) Jacques Descolombiers, (Jean &Marguerite Vachon) 30 Oct 1729 in Charlesbourg, QC; born about 1690 in Lorette, France; died 03 Jan 1786 in Hôpital général de Québec, QC.
56 vi. Marie-Anne-Jeanne Fafard-dit-DeLorme, born about 1700 in Unknown, QC; died 18 Mar 1783 in Maskinongé, QC. She married Jean-Baptiste Lupien-dit-Baron 08 Jan 1720 in St. Pierre de Sorel, Richelieu, QC (ct 08 Poulin); born 04 May 1695 in Pointe aux Trembles, QC; died 24 Mar 1762 in Rivière du Loup, Louiseville, QC.

Notes for Marie-Anne-Jeanne Fafard-dit-DeLorme:
Her surname is spelt Fafart in Tanguay.

57 vii. Alexis-Joseph Fafard-dit-DeLorme, born 18 Mar 1706 in Sorel, Richelieu, QC; died 19 Mar 1706 in Sorel, Richelieu, QC.
58 viii. Joseph Fafard-dit-DeLorme, born 24 Sep 1708 in Ste. Anne de Détroit, Michigan, USA; died 08 Jan 1756 in Berthier en Haut, QC. He married Marguerite Lepelle-dit-Desmarais 29 Oct 1739 in Unknown, QC; born 16 Jan 1703 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice, QC; died 19 Jan 1785 in St. Cuthbert, QC.
59 ix. Etienne Fafard-dit-DeLorme, born 24 Sep 1708 in Ste. Anne de Détroit, Michigan, USA.


24. Louis3 Fafard-dit-Longval (Francois2 Fafard, Jean1) was born about 1670 in Unknown, QC, and died 27 Apr 1736 in Sorel, Richelieu, QC. He married Marie-Ursule Jacob 22 Oct 1696 in L'Ange Gardien, QC, daughter of Etienne Jacob and Jeanne Fresel. She was born 12 Mar 1674 in L'Ange Gardien, QC, and died 11 Sep 1760 in L'Île Dupas, QC.

Children of Louis Fafard-dit-Longval and Marie-Ursule Jacob are:
60 i. Marie-Ursule4 Fafard-dit-Longval, born about 1702 in Unknown, QC; died 22 Feb 1787 in Rivière du Loup, Louiseville, QC. She married Etienne Hus-dit-Paul 06 Nov 1719 in Sorel, Richelieu, QC; born 29 Jun 1694 in Sorel, Richelieu, QC; died 02 Jun 1745 in Sorel, Richelieu, QC.
61 ii. Marie-Therese Fafard-dit-Longval, born about 1703 in Unknown, QC; died 01 May 1773 in L'Île Dupas, QC. She married Louis Desrosiers-dit-Dutremble 24 May 1723 in Sorel, Richelieu, QC; born 26 Apr 1695 in Champlain, QC; died 23 Feb 1750 in L'Île Dupas, QC.

Notes for Louis Desrosiers-dit-Dutremble:
He was engage Ouest on 22 Mar 1717.


25. Marie-Anne-Jeanne3 Fafard (Francois2, Jean1) was born about 1673 in Unknown, QC, and died 17 Feb 1703 in St. Antoine de Tilly, Lotbinière, QC. She married Julien Soulange-dit-Laniel-Desrosiers 10 Jan 1689 in Batiscan, Champlain, QC. He was born about 1663 in Paris, France, and died 24 Nov 1726 in Sorel, Richelieu, QC.

Children of Marie-Anne-Jeanne Fafard and Julien Soulange-dit-Laniel-Desrosiers are:
62 i. Antoine4 Soulange-dit-Laniel-Desrosiers, born 09 Feb 1693 in St. Pierre de l'Île d'Orléans, QC; died 03 Feb 1772 in Ste. Geneviève, Pierrefonds, QC. He married (1) Marie-Anne Foucault-dit-Urbain-Foucro 29 Nov 1719 in Repentigny, QC; born 03 Jul 1693 in Neuville, Portneuf, QC; died 07 Feb 1767 in Ste. Geneviève, Peirrefonds, QC. He married (2) Marie-Angelique Renaud-dit-Desmoulins-Arnaud 19 Nov 1770 in St. Vincent de Paul, Montréal, QC; born about 1711 in Unknown, QC; died 24 Jan 1790 in Ste. Rose, QC.
63 ii. Marie-Louise Soulange-dit-Laniel-Desrosiers, born 10 Apr 1697 in Neuville, Portneuf, QC; died 12 Oct 1725 in Sorel, Richelieu, QC. She married Pierre Mandeville 17 Feb 1721 in Sillery, QC; born 05 Sep 1692 in Sorel, Richelieu, QC; died 04 Oct 1782 in Contrecoeur, QC.


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