3656. Pierre Tremblay & 3657. Ozanne “Anne” Achon
1626, Pierre born in the parish of St. Malo in Randonnai, canton of Tourouvre, arrondissement of Mortagne, Perche, France; s/o 7312. Philibert Tremblay & 7313. Jeanne Coignet.
7/13/1633, Anne baptized in Chambon, Rochefort, LaRochelle, France; d/o 7314. Jean Achon & 7315. Helene Renaud Regourde.
4/9/1647 in Tourouvre, Pierre signed a contract at a salary of 75 livres per year for 3 years, in the service of Noel Jinchereau. Pierre left the family farm to his brother Guillaume. [Martin Huan, a locksmith, also signed a contract at the same time as Pierre.]
6/6/1647, Pierre set sail for New France.
8/6/1647, Pierre arrived in Quebec.
10/13/1652, a friend of Pierre’s, about to return to France, loaned 40 livres to Pierre.
Pierre worked on the docks of Quebec for Noel Jinchereau, handling merchandise and dealing in furs.
1657, Anne, a “king’s daughter”, arrived in Quebec.
9/19/1657, Pierre contracted to marry Anne. Leonard Pilote was a witness for Anne.  Charles Lefrancois was also a witness.
10/2/1657 in Quebec City, Pierre, labourer, married Ozanne. All parents listed. Both origins given. Attending: Masse Gravel, Pierre Mange, Mathurin Giraud.
4/4/1659, Pierre took possession of his land in L’Ange Gardien, 2 arpents frontal on the river.
1660, Pierre recorded as a tenant of the fief of Seigneur de Lotinville near Beaupre.
3/1662, Pierre admitted to owing Michel Fillion 721 liveres for a land lease, and 65 livres for merchandise. Pierre put up 260 cords of wood against the debt.
By 1664, Pierre moved his family to Chateau Richer. Pierre and 21 other persons elected Jacqus Goulet the 1st church warden.
1665, Anne was visited by her brother Jacques, bringing news from the family in France. [Jacques settled in New France.]
1666 census of Comte de Montmorency; Pierre 40, Anne 33, children: Marie 7, Pierre 5, Michel 3, Jacques 20 months, Marguerite 4 months.
10/16/1669, Pierre’s longtime friend, Martin Huan, much older than Pierre, donated all his wordly wealth to Pierre in return for his living with them the rest of his life.
Pierre purchased a lot at Petite Rivere for his son Michel.
1/24/1671, Charles Lefrancois and Pierre Tremblay appraised the animals in the farm holdings of Lotinville.
11/25/1671, Pierre & Anne “Hache” are residents of L’Ange Gardien. (S) Wedding of daughter Marie Madeleine.
12/1/1678, Pierre obligated himself for 5 years to work on the land of Laval at Baie Saint-Paul where he would assist Noel Simard.
Aft. 4/2/1679, Pierre moved to Baie St Paul to complete a house on the farm and to take care of the animals: 6 oxen, 8 cows, etc. He had to remit half of the grain harvested at the end of the season; but he was provided seed grain, farm equipment, nets, salt and the barricades for trapping salmon in the river. [That fall, Pierre brought his seigneur 6 capons and 12 geese.]
By 1680, the family of Pierre, including two or more sons, were settled in Baie St Paul.
1681 census of Comte de Montmorency; Pierre 60, Anne 40, children: Pierre 20, Michel 18, Jacques 16, Denis 17, Marguerite 15, Louise 10, Jeanne 9, Jean 7, Marie 5, Dorothee 3, Martin 63 – domestic.
10/3/1685, Pierre received a grant from the Seminary of Québec, 9 arpents in frontage by a league and a half in depth, in Petite-Riviere. A community grist mill was required to be built.
4/14/1687–11/6/1689, Pierre, age 63, died in L’Ange Gardien.
6/20/1689, Anne is a on the list of sick persons at Hotel Dieu de Quebec. [During an epidemic, this is likely where Pierre died.]
3/19/1696, Anne went to the home of Notary François Geneple, accompanied by her sons, to put her affairs in order. She protected the interests of her two, still single, daughters. She asked her sons to make arrangements for 20 Masses to be said for her upon her death.
Anne moved into the home of her son Jacques, who had received the original family land in L’Ange Gardien.
12/24/1707, Anne, age 74, buried in L’Ange Gardien.
(S) PRDH Family #1091.
• Pierre is known to be a cousin to “fille a marier” Elisabeth Drugeon.
• In French, Jean-Paul-Médéric Tremblay in his first volume entitled La Tremblay Millenaire has traced the Tremblay roots of France back to 1167.
Children of Pierre and Anne:
i. Marie Madeleine Tremblay (1821), born 7/9/1658 in Quebec, Canada.
ii. Unnamed Tremblay, born 8/25/1659 in Quebec, Canada.
iii. Pierre Tremblay (1828), born 8/10/1660 in Quebec, Canada.
iv. Michel Tremblay, born 9/6/1662 in Quebec, Canada.
6/20/1686 in Baie St Paul, Michel married Genevieve Bouchard.
10/17/1727, Michel, age 56, died in Hotel Dieu de Quebec.
v. Jacques Tremblay, born 6/19/1664 in Chateau Richer, Canada.
11/5/1696 in Ste Anne de Beaupre, Jacques married Agathe Lacroix.
3/19/1741, Jacques, age 77, died in L’Ange Gardien.
vi. Marguerite Tremblay, born 10/2/1665 in Chateau Richer, Canada.
4/14/1687 in L’Ange Gardien, Marguerite married Jean Savard; domestic of Pierre Gagne.
8/30/1694, Marguerite, age 29, died in Charlesbourg.
vii. Louis Tremblay, born 9/29/1667 in Chateau Richer, Canada.
11/27/1691 in L’Ange Gardien, Louis married Marie Perron dit Suire.
7/19/1706 in Ste Anne de Beaupre, Louis married Francoise, d/o Guillaume Morel & Catherine Pelletier.
8/26/1716 in L’Ange Gardien, Louis married Marie, d/o Charles Letartre & Marie Maheu.
7/29/1727 in Quebec, Louis married Madeleine, d/o Charles Marquis & Marguerite Beaugrand.
vii. Louise Tremblay, born 10/20/1669 in Chateau Richer, Canada.
11/6/1689 in L’Ange Gardien, Louise married Ignace Gagne, s/o 4020. Louis Gagne & 4021. Marie Michel.
5/3/1716 in Baie St Paul, Louise married Antoine Buteau, s/o Nicolas.
viii. Marie Jeanne Tremblay, born bef. 1671 in Quebec, Canada.
1/15/1691 in L’Ange Gardien, Jeanne married Antoine Perron Suire.
6/23/1711, Jeanne, age 39, died in Quebec.
ix. Marie Anne Tremblay, born 3/9/1673 in L’Ange Gardien, Canada.
2/10/1698 in L’Ange Gardien, Anne married Jean Pierre Laforest dit Paiement.
12/15/1713, Anne, age 40, died in Hotel Dieu de Quebec.
x. Jean Tremblay, born 4/20/1675 in Chateau Richer, Canada. [Died a child.]
ix. Marie Dorothee Tremblay, born 4/27/1677 in L’Ange Gardien, Canada.
4/30/1703 in L’Ange Gardien, Dorothee married Francois Pelletier.
6/28/1711, Dorothee died in Hotel Dieu de Quebec.