Saturday, April 3, 2010

Cox 682 & 683

682. Claude Grenier & 683. Marie Catherine Huot [Fra] {&1642&1898, &1643&1899}


~1633, Claude married Catherine in France.
7/23/1656, Claude and Catherine living in Paroisse De St-Laurent, Paris, according to wedding documents of their daughter Antoinette. [Catherine’s last name is not given.]
1/11/1657, they celebrated the wedding of their daughter Francoise in St. Germaine De Loise, Paris, France.

Family notes:
• Saint-Gemain, the second church of the city of Paris after Notre-Dame, and located on the right bank of the Seine, in the middle of the current metropolis.
• Antoinette – a Filles à Marier. Before the state-sponsored immigration program that sent nearly 800 women known as Filles du Roi to Québec, 262 brave and adventurous women made the journey to New France on their own. Sent by relatives and religious organizations, or enlisting on their own account, these women did not benefit from a paid passage and dowry drawn from the King’s treasury, but they did face the same if not worse hardships and dangers. Known as the Filles à Marier or “marriageable girls,” they were the first single women to set foot in the colony since its return from the English in 1632. True pioneers and heroines, they left their homes in France to found new ones in the New World.

Children of Claude and Catherine:

i. Francoise Grenier ( 341), born 1634 in St. Germain-de-Loise, Mortagne, France.

ii. Antoinette Grenier, born 1635 in St. Germain-de-Loise, Mortagne, France.
7/23/1656 in Québec, Antoinette, Living in Paroisse De St-Laurent, Paris, contracted to marry Jacques Bernier, s/o Yves. The Governor Jean de Lauson attended. Both sets of parents are named in the wedding document. It is known that Antoinette married Jacques within 15 days of arriving in New France.
Antoinette & Jacques are considered the 1st settlers of Cap-St-Ignace.
1681 Census, Jacques, 46, has a rifle, 8 cattle, & 10 arpents of cultivated land.
10/15/1683, Jean Bernier dit Deparis, bought the seigneurie of Pointe-aux-Foins from Guillaume Fournier342.
4/30/1704 in Cap-St-Ignace, Antoinette, a midwife, baptized [Ondoyee] the infant child of Pierre Cahouette.
2/17/1713 in Cap-St-Ignace, Antoinette, given age 78, died; buried the next day. 4 sons: Pierre, Charles, Jean, & Philippe attended the burial.
7/21/1713, Jacques died.
Children:
Noelle Bernier, born 9/3/1657 in Quebec.
4/27/1666 in Quebec, age 8, she died.
Pierre Bernier, born 1/26/1659 in Quebec.
2/21/1689 in Montmagny, he married Marie Francois Boulet340viii.
9/17/1741 in Cap-St-Ignace, he died.
Marie Bernier, born 10/18/1660 in Quebec.
2/19/1678 in Quebec, she married Pierre Caron.
Charles Bernier, born ~1661 in Quebec.
10/25/1694 in Cap-St-Ignace, he married Marie Anne Lemieux.
3/28/1731 in Cap-St-Ignace, he died.
Jacques Bernier, born 10/28/1664 in Chateau-Richer.
Jean Baptiste Bernier, born 8/26/1666 in Ste-Famille I.O..
10/30/1694 in Ste-Anne-de-Beaupre, he married Genevieve Marie Caron.
9/7/1715 in Hotel Dieu, Quebec, he died.
Elisabeth Marie Bernier, born ~1668 in Quebec.
11/23/1683 in Quebec, she married Joseph Caron.
4/4/1744 in L’Islet, she died.
Genevieve Marie Bernier, born 9/20/1670 in Quebec.
1/8/1691 in Cap-St-Ignace, she married Louis Cote.
5/20/1716 in Hotel Dieu, Quebec, she died.
Philippe Bernier, born 1/5/1673 in Ste-Famille I.O..
10/30/1701 in Ste-Anne-de-Beaupre, he married Ursule Caron.
1/4/1750 in Cap-St-Ignace, he died.
Ignace Bernier, born 4/6/1675 in Quebec.
2/18/1678 in Quebec, age 2, he died.
Antoinette Bernier, born ~1677 in Quebec.

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