3638. Francois Hebert dit Le Compte de Roussy & 3639. Anne Fauconnier
1621, Anne born in Mont aux Malades, Rouen, Normandie, France.
1622, Francois born in St Aignan sur Ry, Rouen, Normandy, France.
9/8/1644 in Mont aux Malades, Francois contracted to marry Anne. The bride’s dowery was 30 livres. [3 banns were publishes on the next 3 Sundays.]
10/5/1644 in Mont aux Malades, Francois married Anne.
1647–1651, Francois and Anne traveled to New France with one son, Nicolas.
6/16/1655, Francois Lecomte, habitant of the Beauport coast, obtained a piece of land near the river of the falls (Montmorency), from Robert Giffard. Francois was to pay 7 livres tournois rent for 20 square arpents.
Francois and Louis Lesage, though a 3-year farm lease, worked the land of Jean Mignault [Francois’ neighbor.]
4/6/1658, Francois sold his concession with a house for 75 livres to Charles Courtois.
5/30/1658, Guillaume Coulliard made a concession to Francois in Beaupre [present L’Ange-Gardien] on the “coast of beautiful meadow”; a grant of 3 arpents by 1.5 miles in a place called Les Chesnes.
2/2/1660, Francois one of 173 persons confirmed at Chateau Richer by Msgr. Laval.
1663, the Company of 100 Associates dissolved, the West Indies company took over, the Soverign Council was formed, the Seminary of Quebec was founded, Msgr. Laval became seigneurie of Beauport.
10/18/1664, Francois participated in the 1st mass at L’Ange Gardien as well as the election of the first church wardens.
4/18/1667, Francois paid off a loan to Rene Letartre.
1667 census of Comte de Montmorency, Francois 45, Anne 46, children: Guillaume 11, Jeanne 9, Renee 8, Louis 7, Jacques 3; 1 cattle, 10 arpents of cleared land.
5/18/1670, Francois borrowed 94 livres from Bertrand Chenay. [50 livres repaid in 1 year.]
4/28/1671, Francois and Anne residents of L’Ange Gardien. (S) Wedding of daughter Jeanne.
11/30/1676, a Monday, Anne, age 55, died in L’Ange Gardien. Abbe Francois Fillion presided over the funeral.
12/13/1677, A household inventory was completed by Paul Vachon: 28 meters of cloth, cooking utensils, a rifle, flour, corn, peas, wheat, a boat, nets, 2 oxen, 2 cows, 1 calf, 3 pigs, 4 piglets, 10 hens, 1 rooster, 4 barrels of eels.
11/2/1678 in Ct Aubert, Francois contracted to marry 2nd widow Jeanne, d/o Timothee Morineau & Renee Bitomme.
4/12/1680, Francois leased his remaining lands to Rene le Tartre.
Bef. 3/3/1684, All of Francois’ inheritable property was distributed to his children.
2/25/1685, Francois a resident of Pointe aux Trembles, living with his daughter Jeanne.
2/1/1688, Francois, age 66, died in Neuville; Jeanne surviving.
(S) Our French-Canadian Ancestors, T.J. Laforest, V-XV.
Children of Francois and Anne:
I&ii. Anne & Jeanne Hebert, born 1/9/1645 in Mont aux Malades, Rouen, Normandie, France. [Twins – died as infants.]
iii. Nicolas Hebert, baptized 1/7/1647 in Mont aux Malades, Rouen, Normandie, France.
Nicholas godparents were Nicolas and Marguerite Fauconnier of Saint-Patrix.
5/14/1657, Nicolas died in Qubec after eating some form of poisonous grass.
iv. Rene Madeleine Hebert, born 1651 in Quebec, Canada.
9/28/1677 in Sillery, Renee married Francois Repoche, s/o Francois.
1703 in Ancienne Lorette, Renee, age 52, married Julien Saugeron, age 42.
12/28/1729, Renee, age 78, died in Quebec.
v. Guillaume Hebert, born 2/4/1655 in Quebec, Canada.
10/29/1691 in L’Ange-Gardien, Guillaume, age 36, married Marie Anne Roussin, age 18, d/o 1820. Nicolas Roussin & 1821. Marie Madeleine Tremblay.
10/16/1714, Guillaume, age 59, died in Hotel Dieu, Quebec.
vi. Jeanne Hebert (1819), born 1657 in Quebec, Canada.
vii. Louis Hebert, born 1660 in Quebec, Canada.
Aft. 3/3/1684, Louis died.
viii. Jacques Hebert, born 6/3/1664 in Chateau Richer, Canada.
Aft. 3/3/1684, Jacques died.
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