Saturday, April 3, 2010

Cox 700 Graveline-Avignon, Great Recruitment

The Great Recruitment

From 1632 to 1662, the colony of Canada is managed by the Company of the Hundred Associates (Compagnie des Cent Associés). Each year the Company sends a fleet to Canada, to bring settlers, supplies and for commerce. In 1652 the colony in Montréal, which was then known as Ville-Marie, had few more than 100 people, and was on the verge of extinction due to incessant attacks by the Iroquois Indians. The Governor General of the colony, M. De Maissoneuve, decided to recruit more people for the colony. They would serve in the defense of the colony against the Indians and would help clear the land. The annual salary was 75 pounds of which they received 48 pounds in advance. M. De Maissoneuve journeyed to France to meet with M. Jerome le Royer de la Dauversiere, co-founder of Montréal, who had never left France. Their meeting took place in the city of La Fleche, approximately 100 miles southeast of Paris. With the arrival of the ship there was great rejoicing in Quebec City about having new colonists. The governor General of Quebec City wanted to keep the men for his colony. M. De Maissoneuve insisted, after having crossed the ocean twice to get the recruits, that they be sent to Montreal. The decision had to be made in Paris, and on 11/16/1653 Montreal was favored. Urbaine Baudreau Dit Graveline was a part of this recruitment.

700. Urbain Baudreau Dit Graveline & 701. Mathurine Marguerite Julliett Dit Avignon [Fra, Can]
{&760&792&860&968&1916&1964, &761&793&861&969&1917&1965}

5/3/1633 Urbain born in Clermont, Sarthe, France; s/o 1400. Jean Baudreau & 1401. Marie Chauveau.
12/31/1651, Mathurine born and baptized in Montréal, PQ, Canada, d/o 1402. Blaise Julliett Dit Avignon & 1403. Marie Antoinette De Liercourt. [Gravelines, France: It is between Dunkerque and Calais. Clermont is due north of Paris, and Gravelines is due north of Clermont.]
4/30/1653, Urbain a procureur & syndic emigrant of St. Nazaire.
5/20/1653, Urbain, living in Clermont, signed a contract in La Flech to serve the colony of Montreal for 5 years as part of “The Great Recruitment”. Urbain at the time was living in the suburban village of Clermont and was among 153 young men recruited.
6/30/1653, Urbain departed on the “St. Nicholas” from the port of St. Nazaire. After a few days at sea the ship began to take water and had to return to port.
7/22/1653, Urbain again sailed from France to serve in defense of Montréal. Many recruits failed to appear, probably as a consequence of their first sailing. According to the records of Sister Marguerite Bourgeois, a heroine of the colony, it was a very difficult crossing. The ship was small and met several storms at sea. Furthermore it had been previously infected by sick people, and many of the passengers became very ill. Eight recruits died on the journey.
9/22/1653, Urbain arrived in New France at Quebec City. After a little more than two months at sea, the ship reached Québec City. As the ship approached port it struck a submerged object and began to sink. All the passengers and their cargo were rescued, but the ship partially submerged and had to be burned to clear passage for future ships.
11/16/1653, Urbain and the other new recruits left Quebec City and descended the river for Montreal.
Fall, 1658, Urbain, his 5 year commitment completed, returned to France. Jeanne Mance and Marguerite Bourgeoys also left Montréal for France to raise some financing and get new recruits. They recruited 111 persons, including Urbain, to return with them.
6/29/1659, Urbain returned to Montréal with other recruits on the ship Sainte-André, a 300 ton vessel captained by Guillaume Poulet, “pour Mademoiselle Mance”.
8/24/1660 in Montreal, Urbain Baudreau confirmed. Many of the family names of other confirmees are seen throughout this document.
12/16/1660 in Montreal, Urbain the godfather of Joseph Charboneau.
1663, Urbain chosen to be a Corporal in the Holy Family Militia.
12/21/1663, Urbain elected Trustee and Procurator of the Colony of Montréal a position similar to being a Mayor. (S) Groupe of research on Montreal Center Canadian of Architecture 1996-2000, Chronologie des syndics des habitants de Montréal, 1651-1677.
10/20/1664, Urbain married 13-year-old Mathurine in Montréal, Ile De Montréal. “On October 20, 1664, was performed and solemnized the marriage of Urbain Baudreau, Trustee for the inhabitants, son of the deceased Jean Baudreau and Marie Chauveau, his father and mother, and Mathurine Juillet, daughter of the deceased Blaize Juillet, resident of this place and of Antoinette de Liercourt, both of this parish. The three banns have been previously published without opposition. The marriage was performed in the presence of Hughes Picard, “father-in-law” of said spouse, Antoinette de Liercourt, her mother, of Zacharie de Puy, major of the Garrison, of Charles d’Ailleboust, Lord of the Messieurs, and many other friends common to both parties. The said spouse, her father-in-law and her mother all declared not knowing how to write or sign concerning this matter.” (S) Provincial Archives of Québec, Montréal, Canada.
1/18/1665 in Montreal, Mathurine the godmother of Rene Deniau.
4/25/1666 in Montreal, Mathurine the godmother of Mathurine Beaujean.
7/20/1665 in Montreal, Urbain attended the wedding of Guillaume Bouchard & Francoise Bernard. Jean Gervais, husband of Anne Archambault5918ii was also present.
12/27/1665 in Montreal, Urbain, syndic des habitants, the godfather of Marguerite Peras.
1666 Montreal Census: Urbain Beaudreau, dit Graveline, 33, « Avocat, scindicq, habitant », Marguerite Juillet, 17, « sa femme ». No children. There were 627 inhabitants listed.
7/26/1666, “On July 26, 1666, Gabriel, son of Urbaine Boudreau, a Trustee and resident, and Mathurine Juillet, his wife, was baptized. The godparents are Hughes Picard and Jeanne Lemoine, d/o Jacques LeBert.” (S) Baptismal records in Provincial Archives of Québec.
5/31/1667, Urbain gave up his position as Trustee. (S) Groupe of research on Montreal Center Canadian of Architecture 1996-2000, Chronologie des syndics des habitants de Montréal, 1651-1677.
1667 Census of Montreal, Urbain 35, Mathurine 18, Gabriel 1, a domestic Moreau 30.
10/27/1667 in Montreal, Mathurine the godmother of Madeleine Cadieu.
12/8/1668, “On December 8, 1668, Marie, daughter of Mr. Urbaine Baudreau, a former Trustee of this place, and Mathurine Juillet, his wife, was baptized. The godparents are Jean Baptiste Bigeon de Bearsat, Trustee of this place, and Marie Jullet, d/o Blaise Juillet, resident.” (S) Baptismal records in Provincial Archives of Québec.
5/18/1671, “On May 18, 1671, Jean Baptiste, son of Urbain Baudreau, a former Trustee of this place, and Mathurine Julliett, his wife, was baptized. The godparents are Charles Juillet, as stand in for Mr. Jean Baptiste LeGardeur, Ecuyer St. D’Arpentigny, and Dame Widow Louise Bisso, wife of the nobleman, Seraphim de la Talhvu, Lieutenant of the Company of Mr. Du Gu. Charles Juillet said that he could not sign as the law required.” (S) Baptismal records in Provincial Archives of Québec.
10/21/1672 in Montreal, Mathurine the godmother of Pierre Dagenay.
5/3/1673 in Montreal, daughter Elisabeth baptized; godfather her uncle Charles Juillet1402iii.
8/29/1675, “On August 29, 1675, Marie Anne, daughter of Mr. Urbaine Baudreau dit Graveline, former Trustee, and Mathurine Juillet, his wife, was baptized. The godparents are Paul Tessier, resident, and Marie Anne Picart, daughter of Hughes Picart, who said that she could not sign as required by law.” (S) Baptismal records in Provincial Archives of Québec. Godmother Marie Anne Picard is the step-sister to Mathurine.
3/11/1677 in Montreal, Mathurine the godmother of Ignace Tessier, s/o Marie Archambault5918iv.
11/30/1678 in Montreal, Mathurine the godmother of Elisabeth Aubuchon.
7/6/1679 in Montreal, Mathurine the godmother of her niece Agathe Lescuier, d/o Marie Juillet1402ii.
2/19/1680 in Montreal, Urbaine & Mathurine attended the wedding of Adrien Staubin.
2/9/1681 in Montreal, Mathurine the godmother of Elisabeth Devanchy.
1681 Census of Montreal. Urbaine Baudrot 50, « habitant », Mathurine Juillet 30, Gabriel 16, Marie 13, Baptiste 11, Elisabeth 9, Marie Anne 7.
6/29/1681 in Montreal, daughter Marie Elisabeth – 8, confirmed.
2/20/1682 in Montreal, Urbain the godfather of Charles Juillet, s/o Charles1402iii.
5/19/1682, “On May 19, 1682, Paul, son of Urbain Baudreau, a resident of this parish, and Mathurine Juillet, his wife, was baptized. He was born on the 18th of this month and year. The godparents are Monsieur le Chevaleir le Moyne and Mis Susanne Migeon, d/o Mr. Migeon, Judge of this place.” /s/ Beaudreau. /s/ Ropinet, Cure. (S) Baptismal records in Provincial Archives of Québec.
4/10/1684 in Pointe-aux-Trembles, Mathurine attended the wedding of Antoine Moinet.
6/9/1686, “On June 9, 1686, Marie Madeleine, daughter of Urbaine Baudreau and Mathurine Juillet, his wife, was baptized. The godparents are Julien Belois and Marguerite Bayer, who could not sign.” /s/ E. Guyotte, Cure. (S) Baptismal records in Provincial Archives of Québec. [Note, this Priest, Etienne Guyotte, figures prominently in many of the families baptisms, marriages, and funerals.]
1687, Urbain bought two lots on Notre Dame Street near the present Bonsecours Chapel where he built his new home.
12/11/1688, Urbain and Mathurine godparents to Gabriel Baron.
1689, Urbain lived at the Hills of St Francis on the east side of Montréal, adding 4 acres to what he already owned for farming.
4/3/1689 in Montreal, Mathurine the godmother of Nicolas Letullier.
11/22/1689 in Montreal, Urbain & Mathurine celebrated the wedding of their daughter Marie.
12/1689, Urbaine purchased, from M. de Hautmesnil, land on the east side of St. Gabriel Street between Notre Dame street and St. Therese Street, which he later sold to his future son-in-law, Pierre Ducharme. It is occupied today by the building of the Québec provincial Archives directly opposite the Auberge St. Gabriel, laid out in 1672, the oldest Inn in North America.
6/13/1690, “On June 13, 1690, Jean, son of Urbaine Baudreau and Mathurine Juillet, his wife, was baptized. The godparents are Jean Gabriel Picard and Elizabeth Pertuis. The godfather could not sign.” /s/ E. Guyotte, Cure. (S) Baptismal records in Provincial Archives of Québec. [The godfather was probably the step-brother of Mathurine.]
6/16/1691, Urbaine acquired a lot by concession and added a house located “on the street Saint-Paul, southern side, between the street Bonsecours and the door of Quebec”. The lot was 3714 square “feet” [French]. The house had a “board” roof. (S) Groupe of research on Montreal Center Canadian of Architecture 1996-2000, file V-5016.
12/9/1691 in Montreal, Mathurine the godmother of Marguerite Hogue.
1/19/1693 in Montreal, Urbaine attended the 2nd wedding of his daughter Marie Ursula. (S) Rene Jette.
3/17/1693 in Montreal, Mathurine the godmother of Joseph Baujan.
1/28/1695 Urbain dit Graveline died in Montréal, Ile De Montréal, Québec, Canada ; buried the next day. Urbain died a wealthy man for his time. “On 1/28/1695, there died in the communion of our Holy Mother the church Urbain dit Graveline, aged seventy-two or more. The body was interred in the cemetery adjoining and church of this parish on the 29th of the said month. He had made his confession to me, the undersigned Curte of this parish, and received from my hands the sacraments of Holy Eucharist and Extreme Unction. The witnesses were Michel Barthelemy, priest, and Pierre Chantereau, who declared he could not sign as concerns this matter and as the law required. The above assisted at the Interment.” /s/ M. Caille, Cure. (S) Provincial Archives of Québec, Montreal, Canada.
The title for Urbain’s land and house was transferred to Mathurine and his heirs. (S) Groupe of research on Montreal Center Canadian of Architecture 1996-2000, file V-5016.
1696, widowed Mathurine returned from the country to live in their town house in the city.
9/3/1696 in Montreal, Mathurine celebrated the wedding of her daughter Elisabeth. Families attending included those of Mathurine’s brothers Louis Juillet1402iv & Jean Gabriel Picard1402viii, and sister Marie Juillet1402ii.
11/11/1697 in Montreal, Mathurine celebrated the wedding of her daughter Elisabeth Marie Anne.
1/17/1699, 8:00 AM, Mathurine inventoried the property Urbain. (S) Family notes. All eight children and the husbands of the older girls are all living together. This must have been a large house.
4/3/1699, Mathurine sold the property to her son Gabriel. (S) Groupe of research on Montreal Center Canadian of Architecture 1996-2000, file V-5016.
7/16/1690, Urbain leased a farm to Nicolas Baron.
9/30/1699 in Pointe-aux-Trembles, Mathurine the godmother of Pierre Cardinal.
6/12/1701 in Montreal, Mathurine the godmother of Rene Etienne.
8/15/1701 in Montreal, Mathurine celebrated the wedding of her son Gabriel.
10/18/1701 in Lachine, Mathurine attended the wedding of Francoise Pare – related through the Picard family which was represented, as was the Lescuyer family, and other members of the Juillet family.
6/3/1702 in Montreal, Mathurine the godmother of her granddaughter Marie Catherine, d/o Gabriel.
9/2/1703 in Montreal, Mathurine the godmother of Marie Charlotte Pepin.
2/20/1708 in Montreal, Mathurine celebrated the wedding of her son Paul.
1708, Mathurine transferred the remaining of her estate to her son Paul.
10/20/1710, Mathurine attended the baptism of her granddaughter Marie Josephe, d/o Paul. (S) Rene Jette.
11/21/1712 in Montreal, Mathurine celebrated the wedding of her daughter Madeleine.
1/7/1715 in Montreal, Mathurine, son Paul, and daughter Madeleine attended the wedding of her son Jean.
5/24/1717, Mathurine, a resident of Ville-Marie, celebrated the wedding of her daughter Isabel.
3/3/1718 in Pointe-aux-Trembles, Mathurine the godmother of her granddaughter Catherine, d/o Jean.
3/6/1723 in Montreal, Mathurie was buried by priests Francois Chaumaux & Maurice Courtois. The Vicar Priat was also present.
(S) Bouzage Bosarge, PP86–94. (S) Descendants, V1, #2, Urbain Baudreau Graveline Soc. (S) PRDH.

Family notes:
• Inventory Of Urbain Dit Graveline, Notary: “In the year 1699, January 17 at 8 A.M., and at the request of Jean Baptiste Gadbois in the name, and as elected guardian of Paul, 16 years old, and Magdelaine, aged 12, and Jean, aged 8, the minor children of the deceased Urbain Baudreau dit Graveline and Mathurine Julliet, his wife, an inventory was made. This is also done for Marie Baudreau, his wife, in the presence of Jacques Richard, brother-in-law, … It was received March 11, 1698, … The said minors live together with Gabriel Baudreau. The said Marie Baudreau, wife of Gadbois, Jean Baptiste, Elizabeth Baudreau, wife of the said Richard, and Marie Anne Baudreau, wife of said Guillaume Baudoin, also live there. This is to support the heirs of the said deceased Urbain Baudreau, their father. As to the request of Mathurine Juillet, mother of said minors, this also takes care Gabriel Baudreau, and Jean Baptiste Baudreau, his brother; and with the request of said Guillaume Baudoin, Marie Anne Baudreau, his wife, is also taken care of. The preservation of goods and rights of the parties are maintained, as well as sll other who are children. … An inventory of all goods, furniture, titles, papers left after the death of said deceased Urbain Baudreau was made. These were jointly owned by him and the said widow on the day of his death, 29 of January 1695. These were found in the house of Jacques Richard situated in this city on Jacques St., where the said widow stated having brought them there. The notary was shown these and under oath was told where they were with none of them hidden. … They would be appraised in conscience as regards costs at the present time.” /s/ Gadbois, Beaudreau, …
• “Gabriel Baudreau: … receives … for a horse belonging to him … value of a gun that he had, and that his mother sold to provide for her needs. In all the said amount is that of 488 pounds 16 sols. … To Jacques Picard 220 pounds. To the Juillet guardian of his brother’s children, 54 pounds. … Mr. Louis Guillet, guardian of the children of Charle Guillet the sum of 54 pounds. … In the said house of Jacques Richard was found and old oak chest, the cover broken, estimated by said Cabazie to 5 pounds. An old oak bin, the foot and cover broken, estimated … 20 sols. An old broken kettle estimated at 20 sols. A big book estimated at 3 pounds. A yellow copper chandelier estimated at 40 sols. 4 bowls, 6 plates, 2 pans and 12 spoons, all estimated at 6 pounds 10 sols. An old iron frying pan estimated at 45 sols. An old yellow copper pail weithing 3 pounds, pierced and mended, estimated at 24 sols. These are all the furniture left to the widow of the deceased Baudreau and that the said widow says that the said guardians, Gabriel Baudreau and Baudoin, understand this and that the said Juillet, widow, does not possess any other things.” …
• 2/12/1710. Excerpt of a letter from Diron d’Artaguette [in LA Terr.] to Jerome Ponchartrain at Fort Massacre. “I have received strong complaints against Mr. de Lamothe, commandant at Detroit, by those who came here from Canada this year. He is not content to tell them that it’s a miserable and pest-ridden country. He also gave his Savages (Indians) orders to pillage them and take them to his fort, hands and feet tied: those who are coming here by your permission are hardly treated better. The sire of Graveline [Gabriel], to whom your greatness granted permission, two years ago, for him and the number of domestics that he needed to come here, had his wife taken prisoner for four days, which she wrote him from Illinois. The bad treatment, they assure me, will prevent anybody from Canada from coming to this coast. It would be, by permitting them to come here, another means of establishing this colony well, without it costing the king anything, to send families from France.” (S) Première formation d’une chaine de postes entre le fleuve Saint-Laurent et le golfe du Mexique (1683-1724), Chap. IV.
• In the records of Lewis & Clarke, as they departed in 1805, they had as a barge pilot Joseph Graveline, “an honest discrete man, and an excellent boatman”.

Children of Urbain and Mathurine:

i. Gabriel Baudreau, baptized 7/24/1666 in Montréal.
5/25/1676 in Montreal, Gabriel, 10 years old, confirmed. [There is also a 5/31/1676 record of this confirmation class.]
11/20/1680, 14-year-old Gabriel is the godfather to Blaise Juillet, s/o his uncle Charles1402iii.
2/9/1686 in Pointe-aux-Trembles, Gabriel the godfather of Marie Charlotte Baron, d/o Nicolas.
12/11/1688 in Pointe-aux-Trembles, Gabriel the godfather of Gabriel Baron.
9/26/1690, Gabriel attended the baptism of his nephew Pierre Ducharme dit Fontaine, s/o Marie Ursula.
3/11/1693 in Montreal, Gabriel the godfather to Gabriel Paillet, s/o Leonard.
11/11/1697 in Montreal Gabriel attended the wedding of his sister Marie Anne. (S) Rene Jette.
8/3/1698 in Montreal, Gabriel the godfather of Marie Madeleine Tessier, d/o Paul.
9/20/1698 Gabriel sponsored the baptism of a cousin on his mother’ side, Jean Gabriel Picard.
10/13/1698 in Lachine, Gabriel attended the wedding of his maternal cousin Paul L’Escuyer.
1/17/1699, youngest siblings Paul, Madeleine and Jean live with Gabriel. Gabriel signs as a witness to the inventory of his father’s estate. (S) Family notes.
1/19/1699 in Montreal, Gabriel the godfather to his nephew Jacques Richard, s/o Elisabeth.
4/3/1699, Gabriel bought the family property from his mother. (S) Groupe of research on Montreal Center Canadian of Architecture 1996-2000, file V-5016.
7/18/1701 in Montreal, Gabriel, single, attended the wedding of his cousin Blaise Juillet.
8/15/1701 Gabriel married Marie Catherine Foretier, born 3/13/1681 in Canada, d/o Etienne & Marguerite Lauzon. His bother Paul and sister Marie Ursula attended the wedding. (S) Gen. Dict. Of Canadian Families, V1, P31, by L’Abbe C Tanguay.
5/22/1702 in Montreal, Gabriel the godfather of Marie Catherine Alark, d/o Rene.
12/11/1702 in Montreal, Gabriel, master carpenter, the godfather of Marie Gabriel Goguet, d/o Pierre.
3/23/1703 in Montreal, Gabriel buried his 9-month-old daughter Marie Catherine.
11/13/1703 in Montreal, Gabriel, a carpenter, attended the wedding of his cousin Marie Catherine Julliett, d/o Charles1402iii.
11/23/1704 in Montreal, Gabriel, a carpenter, the godfather of Gabriel Tougas, s/o Guillaume.
6/10/1706 in Montreal, Gabriel attended the wedding of his sister-in-law Marie Marthe Foretier.
11/1707, Gabriel had a ready supply of risk capital. He and his brother Paul were contacted by their brother Jean [through Jean’s partner La Source] about joining in a venture to sell resources in France. Gabriel decided to invest, and to move there [Mobile] with his family. (S) Old Mobile, P394.
2/14/1708, at the office of the royal notary Antone de Saint-Martin, Gabriel signed Antoine Trembles on to accompany his family to Mobile and work for him for 2 years. (S) Old Mobile, P395.
2/19/1708, Gabriel signed on 5 more “engages”, all in their 20’s, for a period of 1 year.
2/20/1708 in Montréal Gabriel attended the wedding of his brother Paul, who had decide to join the venture – which would cause the 1st delay in their departure. (S) Rene Jette.
4/25/1708, Gabriel signed on 5 more “engages”, some already having family in Mobile. (S) Old Mobile, P396.
5/4/1708, Gabriel, as the leader of a group of 25 people including La Source’s personnel, assembled them at Lachine at the souther edge of Montreal. Marie-Catherine was 3 months pregnant. (S) Old Mobile, P396.
5/15/1708, Gabriel moved the group up the St. Lawrence River.
11/24/1708, “Gabriel Baudreau and his wife Catherine Foretier, were voyageurs passing through Detroit on their way to Mobile”. [They paid no rent.] (S) Detroit Under Cadillac …, 1701 to 1710, C. M. Burton, 1896. Detroit [about 500 miles away], was a relatively new post smaller than Mobile. The post commandant [Cadillac] tried to convince them to stay. Most of the group’s members did stay at least long enough for Gabriel’s 3rd daughter to be born. Gabriel had already left with some men for Kaskaskia [about 60 miles down the MS River from St. Louis, MO] looking for mineral deposits. His party had quickly found suitable ore samples. Eventually the whole group moved to Kaskaskia, which was incorporated in 1725 and became a French village. (S) Old Mobile, P396.
1/18/1709 Gabriel returned to Montreal and attended the funeral of his nephew Pierre Ducharme dit Fontaine. [He possibly was getting his ore samples evaluated]. (S) Rene Jette.
11/16/1709 in Kaskaskia, Catherine was the godmother to Pierre Chabot. (S) SLUA, Kaskaskia Parish Records, V1.
1/1710, Gabriel with his engages was approaching the mouth of the Arkansas River moving towards Mobile. They arrived in Mobile late in January. Marie-Catherine with the 3 daughters had stayed in Kaskaskia. (S) Old Mobile, P398.
2/12/1710, Gabriel, “Le sieur de Graveline”, mentioned in a letter of d’Artaguette to Pontchartrain “Au Fort massacre”. Its about the treatment they received when passing through Detroit on the way to the LA Terr. (S) See Family notes.
Because Gabriel’s brother Jean had sold their ship [not having heard from Gabriel], Gabriel returned to Kaskaskia with his men. [Gabriel is considered one of 27 Founder’s of Old Mobile].
10/10/1716, Gabriel and associates leave Mobile, AL with 60,000 pounds of goods to sell to the Spanish. (S) Tanguay: “A Traverse les Registres”, P110, Bilbliothèque Nationale du Qc.
10/20/1724 in Laprairie, Catherine attended the wedding of their daughter Marie Josephe. Gabriel was not present, but is not listed as deceased.
Children:
Marie Catherine Baudreau, born 6/2/1702 in Montreal; godmother her grandmother Mathurine701.
3/23/1703 in Montreal, 9 months old, she died.
Marie Catherine Baudreau II, born 2/23/1704 in Montreal; godmother her aunt Marie Ursula.
She married Etienne Langlois.
They settled in the Kaskaskia, IL area.
Gilbert Baudreau, born 11/9/1705 in Montreal; godmother his aunt Francoise Fortier.
1/2/1707 Gilbert, just over a year old, died.
Marie Josephe Baudreau dit Graveline, born in 9/8/1707 in Montreal; godfather her uncle Paul.
10/2/1724 in Laprairie, she married Joseph Gagne dit Saint-Come, born 4/18/1695.
12/2/1792 in St Constance, given age 88, she died.
Marie Louise Baudreau dit Graveline, baptized 11/24/1708 in Detroit.
(S) Detroit Under Cadillac …, 1701 to 1710, C. M. Burton, 1896.
2/15/1758 in Kaskaskia, she married Antoine Pillet dit La Sonde.

ii. Marie Ursula Baudreau, baptized 12/8/1668 in Notre Dame, Montréal.
11/22/1689 in Montreal Marie married 1st Pierre Claude Ducharme dit Fontaine, baptized 12/1/1663. (S) Gen. Dict. Of Canadian Families, V1, P31.
Bef 6/7/1691, Pierre was killed by the Iroquois. (S) Rene Jette.
1/19/1693 in Montreal Marie married 2nd Jean Baptiste Gadbois/Gadoua, born 3/2/1641. (S) Family notes – Inventory.
8/15/1701 in Montreal, Marie attended the wedding of her brother Gabriel.
2/23/1704 in Montreal, Marie the godmother to her neice Marie Catherine, d/o Gabriel.
4/15/1728 Jean was buried in Montreal. (S) Rene Jette.
4/14/1736 Marie died in Montreal, buried in the cem. near the church. (S) Rene Jette.
Children of Pierre:
Pierre Ducharme dit Fontaine, baptized 9/26/1690 in Montréal.
1/18/1709, age 17, he was buried in Montreal.
Children of Jean:
Jean Baptiste Gadoua, born 11/27/1693 in Montréal.
12/11/1693, an infant, he was buried.
Marie Chretienne Gadoua, born 8/16/1695 in Montréal.
2/26/1729 in Montreal, she married Francois Gatien.
Jean Baptiste Gadoua II, born 12/22/1697 in Montréal.
3/11/1725 in Longueuil, he married Marie Gabrielle Goguet.
Louis Gadoua, born 5/2/1700 in Montréal.
1/15/1742 in Longueuil, he married Marie Charlotte Gelineau.
3/9/1758 in Montreal, he died.
Marguerite Gadoua, born 1/28/1703 in Montréal.
6/4/1736 in Montreal, she married Louis Chapeau.
Francois Xavier Gadoua, born 10/17/1705 in Montréal.
11/25/1748 in Montreal, he married Marie Francoise Philibot.
3/11/1753 in Longue-Pointe, he died.
Paul Gadoua, born 12/11/1707 in Montréal.
Genevieve Gadoua, born 2/26/1711 in Montréal.
5/21/1735 in Montreal, she married Jean Baptiste Lacombe.
12/30/1789 in Terrebonne, she died.

iii. Jean Baptise Baudreau ( 350), baptized 5/18/1671.

iv. Marie Elisabeth Baudreau, baptized 5/3/1673.
2/2/1689 in Pointe-aux-Trembles, Isabel the godmother of her cousin Marie Isabel Juillet, d/o Charles1402iii. The godfather was Jacques Archambault, s/o Laurent.
9/3/1696 in Montreal, she married Jacques Richard, s/o Jacques & Marie Amiot. (S) Family notes – Inventory. Her uncle Louis Julliet1402iv attended.
5/24/1717 in Riverie-des-Praries, widow Elisabeth married Toussaint Hunau.
7/21/1727 in Montreal, Elisabeth, given age 45, died; buried the next day, & survived by Toussaint.
Children: (S) Rene Jette.
Marie Elisabeth Richard, born 6/24/1697 in Montréal.
4/28/1698 in Montreal, 1 year old, she was buried.
Jacques Richard, born 1/18/1699 in Montréal; godfather his uncle Gabriel.
3/18/1714 in Montreal, 15 years old, he was buried.
Charles Daniel Richard, born 11/24/1700 in Montréal. [twin]
Blaise Richard, born 11/24/1700 in Montréal. [twin]
11/17/1732 in Montreal, he married Marguerite Gervais.
Marie Catherine Richard, born 2/12/1704 in Montréal.
2/23/1728 in Longue-Pointe, she married Nicolas Jette.
5/16/1737 in Longueuil, she was buried.
Marie Charlotte Richard, born 12/29/1705 in Montréal.
1/7/1732 in Longue-Pointe, she married Nicolas Tessier dit Lavigne, born 9/9/1708.
5/9/1755 in Longue-Pointe, she was buried.
Agnes Richard, born 6/8/1708 in Montréal.
6/16/1708, an infant, she was buried.
Vincent Richard, born 8/11/1709 in Montréal. [twin]
8/16/1709, an infant, he was buried.
Joseph Richard, born 8/11/1709 in Montréal. [twin]
8/12/1709, an infant, he was buried.
Jacques Charles Richard, born 9/8/1710 in Montréal.
1/25/1749 in Longue-Pointe, he was buried.

v. Marie Anne Baudreau Dit Graveline, baptized 8/29/1675 in Notre Dame, Montréal.
11/27/1693, Anne attended the baptism of her nephew Jean Baptiste Gadoua, s/o Marie Ursula.
9/4/1697 in Montreal, Anne, single, the godmother of Jacques Sarau.
11/11/1697 in Montreal Anne married Guillaume Baudouin, s/o Charlotte Chauvin, d/o Anne Archambault. Marie’s brother Gabriel attended, as did Guillaume’s brothers Jacques & Francois.
6/17/1726, they were present at their son Guillame’s wedding.
3/29/1727, Anne was present at the baptism of her grandson Joseph, s/o Guillame.
3/16/1742 in Repentigny, Guillame, given age 70, was buried.
4/22/1748 in L’Assomption, Anne was buried. (S) Rene Jette.
Children:
Guillame Baudoin, born 1698 in Quebec.
6/17/1726 in Repentigny, he married Marie Madeleine Janot, born 2/19/1700.
4/22/1748, he was present at his mother’s funeral.
2/12/1759, Guillame attended his son Jacques’ wedding.
Marie Marguerite Baudoin, born 1/14/1701 in Pointe-aux-Trembles.
4/24/1724 in Repentigny, she married Nicolas Legare.
Marie Catherine Baudoin, born 12/4/1702 in Pointe-aux-Trembles.
12/12/1728 Marie was present at the baptism of her nephew Guillame, s/o Guillame.
1/22/1732 in Repentigny, she married Pierre Thouin.
Joseph Baudoin, born 4/8/1705 in Pointe-aux-Trembles.
10/16/1730 in St-Francois-de-Sales, he married Marie Angelique Masta, born 5/8/1708.
1/12/1730, he & Marie attended the baptism of a neice, d/o Guillame.
4/22/1748, he was present at his mother’s funeral.
8/10/1765 in Repentigny, he died.
Marie Angelique Baudoin, born 8/9/1707 in Repentigny.
1/16/1730 in Repentigny, she married Gabriel Loyer Desnoyers.
Claude Baudoin, born 7/27/1709 in Pointe-aux-Trembles.
4/30/1736 in St-Francois-de-Sales, he married Marie Francoise Masta.
Jean Baptiste Baudoin, born 6/8/1711 in Pointe-aux-Trembles.
4/25/1732, he attended the baptism of his neice Marie Agathe, d/o Guillame.
7/27/1740 in L’Assomption, he married Marie Therese Pothier.
8/27/1764 in Repentigny, he died.
Marie Marthe Baudoin, baptized 2/10/1713 in Repentigny.
Germaine Baudoin, born 10/18/1714 in Repentigny.
8/15/1715, he died as a child.
Louis Baudoin, baptized 12/20/1715 in Repentigny.
2/6/1741 in St-Francois-de-Sales, he married Marie Suzanne Masta.
4/9/1734, attended the baptism of a neice Angelique, d/o Guillame.
4/24/1747, he attended the wedding of his neice Marie Catherine, d/o Joseph.
6/4/1755, he attended a baptism of an “Archambault” nephew.
10/28/1764, he attended the wedding of a neice, d/o Jospeh.

vi. Capt. Paul Baudreau, born 5/18/1682 in Montréal.
5/19/1682 Paul was baptized. (S) Family Notes.
1/17/1699, Paul, Madeleine and Jean live with their older brother Gabriel. (S) Family notes.
8/15/1701 in Montreal, Paul attended the wedding of his brother Gabriel.
9/8/1707 in Montreal, Paul the godfather to his niece Marie Josephe, d/o Gabriel.
11/1707, Paul and his brother Gabriel were contacted by their brother Jean [through Jean’s partner La Source] about joining in a venture to sell resources in France.
11/27/1707 in Montreal, Paul the godfather of Louis Picard. His future wife Marie was the godmother.
12/11/1707 in Montreal, Paul was the sponsor for his nephew Paul Gadoua. His future wife Marie was the godmother.
2/20/1708 in Montréal Parish, PQ, Paul married 1st Marie Tessier dit Lavigne, baptized 11/12/1687, gd/o Marie Archambault. He also decided to join the business venture of his brothers. His brother Gabriel attended the wedding as did his uncle Louis Juillet1402iv. (S) Old Mobile, P395.
11/21/1712 in Montreal, Paul attended the wedding of his sister Madeleine.
1/7/1715 in Montreal, Paul attended the wedding of his brother Jean.
5/14/1721 in Montreal, “Jean Baptiste” and his brother Paul attended the wedding of Anne Bouaire.
1/7/1732 in Longue-Pointe Parish, PQ, Paul attended the wedding of his neice Marie Charlotte Richard [he was her guardian]. His brother Jean Baptiste also attended.
1/25/1740, Paul attended the wedding of his daughter Marie Theresa. [in 1741 her 1st son was born at Paul’s home while she was visiting].
8/16/1747, [Capt.] Paul & Marie attended the wedding of their son Francois.
7/4/1748, Paul attended the baptism of his granddaughter, Marie Marguerite, d/o son Francois.
1/8/1750 in Longue-Pointe, Marie age 64, died.
2/8/1751in Longue-Pointe, Capt. Paul Baudreau attended the wedding of his son Urbain.
10/11/1751 in St-Sulpice, Paul married 2nd Marie Catherine Foisy, born 4/23/1696. His sons Urbain & Francois attended.
5/2/1754, Paul & Catherine attended the baptism of their granddaughter, Marie Judith, d/o son Urbain.
Bef. 6/2/1766 Paul died. He is “deceased” in the wedding record of his daughter Marguerite.
Children: (S) Rene Jette.
Marie Josephe Baudreau, born 10/20/1710 in Montréal.
2/19/1728 she sponsored her little brother Paul’s baptism.
6/6/1735 in Montreal, she married Joseph Trudeau.
9/7/1759, she attended the baptism of her nephew, Francois, son Urbain.
Helen Baudreau, born 9/13/1713, in Montréal.
9/15/1713, she died an infant.
Paul Baudreau dit Graveline, born 8/29/1714 in Montréal.
9/3/1714 he died as an infant.
Agathe Baudreau, born 10/15/1715 in Montréal.
7/15/1732 she attended the baptism of her little sister Lucille.
2/15/1734 in Longue-Pointe, she married Louis Lapointe.
11/24/1737 in Longue-Pointe, she died.
Urbain Baudreau, born 8/19/1718 in Montréal.
1/25/1740, he attended the wedding of his sister Marie Theresa.
8/16/1747, he attended the wedding of his brother Francois.
2/8/1751in Longue-Pointe, he married Marie Judith Dufresne, born 12/15/1731; after being granted a 4th degree dispensation.
10/11/1751 in St-Sulpice, he attended his father’s 2nd wedding.
10/27/1760, he attended the wedding of his neice, Julie Marie Trudeau.
Francois Xavier Baudreau, born 12/2/1720 in Montréal.
1/25/1740, he attended the wedding of his sister Marie Theresa.
2/15/1741 he attended the baptism of his nephew, Louis Xavier, s/o Marie Theresa.
9/21/1743, he attended the baptism of his neice, Marie Angelique Trudeau.
8/16/1747 in Longue-Pointe, he married Marie Marguerite Trudel, born
9/18/1729, after being granted a 3rd degree dispensation.
2/8/1751 in Longue-Pointe, he attended his brother Urbain’s wedding.
10/11/1751 in St-Sulpice, he attended his father’s 2nd wedding.
10/27/1760, he attended the wedding of his neice, Julie Marie Trudeau.
Marie Theresa Baudreau, born 6/25/1723 in Montréal.
1/25/1740 in Longue-Pointe, she married Louis Archambault, born 2/13/1715; after being granted a 4th degree dispensation.
Marie Marguerite Baudreau, born 9/4/1725 in Longue-Pointe.
9/20/1744 she attended the baptism of her nephew Pierre, s/o Marie Theresa.
8/16/1747, she attended the wedding of her brother Francois.
5/2/1746 in Longue-Pointe, she married Joseph Standre.
6/2/1766 in Montreal, she married Ignace Gendrau, s/o Julien.
Paul Baudreau, born 2/19/1728 in Longue-Pointe.
2/22/1728 he died an infant.
Marie Louise Baudreau, born 7/9/1729 in Longue-Pointe.
8/16/1747, she attended the wedding of her brother Francois.
10/29/1748 in Longue-Pointe, she married Charles Pigeon.
8/15/1761 in Sault-au-Recollet, she died.
Lucille Luce Baudreau, born 7/15/1732 in Longue-Pointe.
8/16/1747, she attended the wedding of her brother Francois.
2/8/1761 in Longue-Pointe, she married Jean Baptiste Pepin.
5/4/1757 in Montreal, she died.

vii. Marie Madeleine Baudreau, baptized 6/19/1686 in Montréal.
1/17/1699, Paul, Madeleine and Jean live with their older brother Gabriel. (S) Family notes.
5/17/1704 in Montreal, Madeleine, single, the godmother to Marie Madeleine Picard.
11/21/1712 in Montreal, Madeleine married Pierre Gagnier, s/o Pierre & Catherine Dobijon. Her brother Paul attended the wedding.
1/7/1715 in Montreal, Madeleine attended the wedding of her brother Jean.
1/25/1740, Marie attended the wedding of her neice Marie Theresa, d/o Paul.

viii. Jean Baptiste Baudreau II, baptized 6/13/1690 in Notre Dame, Montréal.
1/17/1699, Paul, Madeleine and Jean live with their older brother Gabriel. (S) Family notes.
8/29/1714 in Montréal, Jean was at the baptism of his nephew Paul Baudreau dit Graveline, s/o brother Capt. Paul Baudreau.
1/7/1715 in Pointe-aux-Trembles, Jean married Francoise Bazinet, d/o Antoine. His mother, sister Madeleine, and brother Paul attended the wedding.
5/14/1721 in Montreal, “Jean Baptiste” and his brother Paul attended the wedding of Anne Bouaire.
5/28/1727 in Montreal, Jean the godfather to Marie Anne Legare.
1/7/1732 in Longue-Pointe, Jean attended the wedding of his neice Marie Charlotte Richard, d/o his deceased sister Elizabeth. His brother Paul [her guardian] was also in attendance.
7/10/1740 in St-Ours, Francoise, age 51, died; buried the next day & survived by Jean.
9/25/1740 in Contrecour, Jean, spouse of deceased Francoise, married widow Marie Madeleine Babin, d/o Pierre.
5/16/1755 in St-Ours, Jean, given age 68, died; buried by priest Youville. A Chapdelaine grandson attended the burial. Madeleine, spouse of Jean Graveline, died in Contrecour 3/31/1784 at age 88.
Children:
Marie Anne Baudreau, born 7/24/1716 in Pointe-aux-Trembles. [twin]
8/5/1716, she died an infant.
Marie Francoise Baudreau, born 7/24/1716 in Pointe-aux-Trembles. [twin]
2/3/1739 in St-Ours, she married Louis StGermain.
Marie Catherine Baudreau, born 3/2/1718 in Pointe-aux-Trembles; godmother her grandmother Mathurine701.
6/3/1737 in St-Ours, she married Antoine Chapdelaine.
Suzanne Baudreau, born 9/15/1719 in Montreal.
9/17/1719, she died an infant.
Jean Baptiste Baudreau, born 4/29/1721 in Montreal.
12/13/1738 in St-Ours, 17 years old, he died.
Marie Therese Baudreau, born 2/15/1723 in Montreal.
8/16/1740 in St-Ours, she married Rene Poitevin.
Francois Baudreau, born 5/21/1725 in Montreal.
8/5/1748 in Contrecour, he married Marie Josephe Duval.
Joseph Baudreau, born 3/27/1729 in Montreal.
1/25/1751 in Sorel, he married Marie Josephe Credy.
Marie Amable Baudreau, born 11/13/1730 in Longue-Pointe.
11/16/1730, she died an infant.
Marie Josephe Amable Baudreau, born 6/17/1732 in Longue-Pointe.
4/1/1733, she died an infant.

Total Pageviews

Followers