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Addition 19 October 2004
I thought I would include one or two of the historical family Genealogies
I have prepared. In this instance I have been fortunate enough to obtain
sufficient information from public sources to set out this famous
French/Canadian family from whom the Audcent family descend and have supplemented
with additional known family information. All assistance to clarify
missing or confused information will be appreciated. I must also thank
a number of correspondants who send me information they have researched from
original registers. Thanks to Jacques, Leo, Luc and Will among
The family d'Aillebout are one of the most important of the French
Canadian families, giving to New France, a governor, and numerous soldiers,
sailors and traders. Many of the members of this family, including
my own direct forebears have already had their biographies in the
"Dictionary of Canadian Biography" and this has been a wonderful bonus,
assisting considerably in providing me with data on my forebears. Where
I have been able to extend the known information, is in the line d'Aillebout
d'Argenteuil for which I possess original family documents and letters which
have been handed down the family and which link into the historical
record as prepared by others.
David B Audcent
old french D'AILLEBOUST
Pierre D'AILLEBOUT d. 3/9/1531 or 21/10/1531, bur at St Jean de la
Grotte, Autun, Doctor to King Francois I of France, m. 1st Demoiselle de
Messey and/or 2nd Pierette de Seez, of his marriage or marriages he had known
issue of seven children who follow:-
Jean D'AILLEBOUT, b not later than 1518. Doctor at Autun and
then Sens, doctor to Duc d'Alencon. Emigrated to Basle 1586, and became
a Calvinist m. Marguerite MESNAGER, he had just two children:-
Suzanne D'AILLEBOUT m. 1st Christophe LE BOULANGER, Sieur du Clos,
and 2nd 1602, M. le sieur de Faye.
Andre D'AILLEBOUT, Seigneur de Collonge la Madeleine, m. Odette
Charles D'AILLEBOUT, d. 29/4/1585, buried St Jean de la Grotte, Autun,
Archbishop of Autun.
Anatole D'AILLEBOUT, Canon de Saint-Lazare at Autun.
Hugues D'AILLEBOUT, Canon de Saint-Lazare at Autun.
Francoise D'AILLEBOUT d. between 1587-1590, m. Jean LALLEMANT, Calvinist,
Jean D'AILLEBOUT b. not later than 1531, d. c.1594, the youngest who
continued the line, first surgeon to King Henri IV of France, m. unknown,
and of his marriage had issue of two children:-
Henri D'AILLEBOUT, Sieur de Mivoisin, dans l'election de Montargis,
generalite of Orleans. He is known to have married, for his children
were declared in their nobility in 1667, by M. de Machault, intendant of
Antoine D'AILLEBOUT, the youngest but the continuer
of the line, Seigneur de Coulonge, Conseiller ordinaire au Conseil de M.
le Prince de Conde. He m. 1st unknown, the mother of Nicolas, and 2nd
Suzanne HOTMAN, widow of Jean
de Menthet, Sieur d'Argentenay, dtr of Francois Hotman and Claude Aubelin
and grand-daughter of Pierre Hotman, Sieur de Villiers (himself a descendant
of Gerard Hotman b. c. 1420 in Silesia) and Paule de Marle (who also happen
to be forebears of the English families Audcent and Pinot de Moira).
Nicolas D'AILLEBOUT, Sieur de Coulonge, eldest
son of Antoine by his first wife unknown, Seigneur de Coulonge and de Madeleine,
Commissioner of powders and saltpetre for the King at Sedan m. 6/5/1620 at
Isle de France, Paris, Dorothee DE MENTHET,
dtr of Jean de Menthet, Sieur d'Argentenay and Suzanne Hotman, so in effect
she was the step-sister of Nicolas and half-sister of Louis d'Aillebout,
Nicolas's brother. Of their marriage they had issue of three children
Roger Antoine D'AILLEBOUT, remained in France, he is known to have
married and had issue of a son:-
Alexandre Antoine D'AILLEBOUT DE ST MICHEL, bodyguard, and maintained
in his nobility in 1717.
Charles Joseph D'AILLEBOUT DES MUSSEAUX, b. 1624, d. 19/11/1700 at
Ville-Marie, bur 20/11/1700 Montreal, emigrated to Canada and arrived at
Quebec 19 August 1648. Officer, Commandant, Juge criminel and civil,
Sieur des Musseaux. m. 16/9/1652 Quebec, Catherine LE GARDEUR DE REPENTIGNY
b. 1634 d. 1709 Montreal, the dtr of Pierre Le Gardeur de Repentigny and
Marie Favery, and Grand-daughter of Rene Le Gardeur de Tilly
and Catherine de Corday who themselves were married at Thury Harcourt on
the 27th June 1599. Of his marriage he had issue of
fourteen known children:-
Barbe D'AILLEBOUT, bap 11/12/1653 Quebec, bur 3/8/1716 Montreal, having
Unknown D'AILLEBOUT, bap & bur 8/7/1655 Quebec, elsewhere stated
Louis D'AILLEBOUT, Sieur de Coulonge, bap. 19/7/1656 Quebec, d. before
1720. m. 19/11/1690 Quebec, Felicite LE PICARD, b & bap.
1/11/1666 Beaupre, bur 4/1/1747 Montreal, widow of Noel Leblanc (she m. 14/1/1686
Quebec), dtr of Jean Le Picard and Marie Caron elsewhere Marie-Madeleine
Gagnon. He and his brother Pierre appeared at the Church of St Anne
du Bout d'Ile, Montreal, on 23rd April 1687 where Louis was Godfather to
Louis Villedieu, the son of Antoine and his wife Marie Martin (the Godmother
was Barbe Lescel). Of their marriage they had issue of seven children,
note that he had an illegitimate daughter born around 1708 from mother
Marie Catherine D'AILLEBOUT bap 11/9/1691 Montreal d. 1765, m. 13/11/1728
Bellevue, Rene GODEFROY DE LINCTOT, b. 15/7/1675 Trois-Rivieres, son
of Michel and Perrine Picote, widower of Marie-Madeleine La Moyne, they had
issue of one son:
Francois (1730-31) died a baby.
Louis Hector D'AILLEBOUT Fur merchant b. 5/8/1693 d. 1756), m. 1st
22/10/1727 Montreal, Marguerite LE FOURNIER DUVIVIER b & bap. 3/9/1706
Montreal dtr of Henri-Jules and Therese Gadois, and had issue of three children
who died young, he m. 2nd 9/9/1743 Montreal, Marie-Anne MIRE DE L'ARGENTERIE,
but had no further issue.
Louis Armable D'AILLEBOUT b. 1728 Montreal d. 1729 Montreal
Louise Marguerite D'AILLEBOUT b. 1729
Louis Charles D'AILLEBOUT b. 1737 Montreal
Catherine Felicite D'AILLEBOUT b & bap 15/1/1695 Montreal.
Paul Joseph D'AILLEBOUT b. 9/11/1696 bap next day Montreal, d. 1755
lived at Michillimakinac, m. 29/1/1753 Marie-Anne PARENT.
Antoine D'AILLEBOUT, fur merchant, Sieur de Manthet b.
22/2/1698 bap next day Montreal, d. 1750 Quebec, following the birth
of an illegitimate daughter Agnes, he m. 25/1/1728 Montreal, Marie-Louise
DE VILLEDONNE b. 28/7/1698 bap next day, Quebec, d. 1741 Montreal, dtr of
Etienne and Marie-Jacquette Damours of whom he is known to have had three
further children who d infants, he m. 2nd 5/2/1742 Beauport, Quebec, Therese
JUCHEREAU b. 1708 dtr of Ignace and his wife Marie Catherine Peuvret.and
had further issue all who died as infants:-
Agnes, illegitimate daughter b. 22/1/1723 and bap 24th of the same
month, Montreal, of Marie Madeleine FAFARD dtr of Jean and Marguerite
Catherine Amable D'AILLEBOUT, b. 24/11/1729 bap next day Montreal,
d & bur. 30/3/1730 La Prairie
Louis-Antoine D'AILLEBOUT b. & bap 5/11/1730 Montreal, d &
bur 21/11/1730 Montreal
Joseph D'AILLEBOUT b. 1732 d. baby 1733
Ignace Louis D'AILLEBOUT b. 1743 Beauport, d. 1743 Beauport.
Philippe-Ignace D'AILLEBOUT b. 1744 Beauport, d. 1745 Beauport
Louis-Ignace D'AILLEBOUT b. 1746 Beauport d. 1747 Beauport
Catherine Felicite D'AILLEBOUT b. 1749 Beauport d. 1749
Joseph D'AILLBOUT DE MANTHET, (1748-1813)
- (it is not clear at this time who his father was, but in view of his title,
it seems probable that he was closely related to Antoine) A regular
soldier in the army of New France, he rose to captain by 1777, was wounded
at the siege of Pontdichery (Inde). Captured by the English he returned
to France in 1802. Promoted to Acting Chef de Bataillon in 1794, confirmed
in his full rank in 1805 and retired at that time to Montauban. He
m. Henriette Marie DE LA HOGUE, the dtr. of Alexandre Marie de la Hogue,
garde principal a l'ille Bourbon, and Francoise Auber.
Source [In the cahier n°42, December 1992, pages 131 and
132, of the "centre de généalogie et d'histoire des îles
d'Amérique" (CGHIA) lieutenant-colonel Bodinier of Service Historique
de l'Armée de Terre]
Louis D'AILLEBOUT, Sieur de Coulonge b 21/11/1699 bap next day Montreal
d.1736, fatally killed by Chicachas in Louisiana in a reconnoitre.
Charles D'AILLEBOUT (1702-d. 30/8/1718), killed by the Iroquois a
Sainte-Anne du Bout-de-l'Ile.
Marie Claire D'AILLEBOUT, b illegitimate around 1708 (21 years old
in 1729), the name of her mother is unknown.
Pierre D'AILLEBOUT D'ARGENTEUIL,
b. 19/6/1659 Quebec, bur 16/3/1711 Montreal, Enseigne, Lieutenant,
Capitaine, Sieur d'Argenteuil, m. 4/11/1687 Quebec, Marie Louise
DENYS DE LA RONDE, dtr of
Pierre Denys, Sieur de la
Ronde (THIS LINK DOES NOT WORK - FORMERLY
LINKED to my web-page devoted to the family DENYS DE LA RONDE - this link
was removed as a result of threatened litigation against one of my correspondants
- write me for a reduced family tree! - dba) and Catherine Le Neuf de
la Poterie, and Grand-daughter of Simon Denys de la Trinite and Jeanne Dubreuil.
This line will be continued in Part 2 of this Genealogy - click
on Pierre's name.
Paul D'AILLEBOUT, b. 31/3/1661 Ville Marie, d 25/1/1746, Sieur de
Perigny m. 11/12/1698 at Ville-Marie, Louise MARGANE, dtr of M. Seraphin
Margane, Sieur de la Valtrie and Louise Bissot and of his marriage had
Hector Louis D'AILLEBOUT, bap 31/3/1700 Ville-Marie, found drowned
buried 1/7/1723 Nicolet, Quebec Province..
Louise Catherine D'AILLEBOUT b. 1701 Montreal, d. 1713.
Therese Judith D'AILLEBOUT b. 1702 Montreal, died without
Marie Therese D'AILLEBOUT bap 1704 at Boucherville, d. 1/4/1738 Montreal,
m. 17/11/1721 Montreal, Pierre HERTEL, Sieur de Montcour.
Nicolas D'AILLEBOUT, Sieur de Menthet, b. 2/4/1663 Ville-Marie m.
9/6/1696 Quebec, Francoise Jeanne DENYS (DE LA RONDE), dtr of Pierre Denys
de la Ronde and Catherine Le Neuf de la Poterie, and Grand-daughter of Simon
Denys de la Trinite and Jeanne Dubreuil, and of their marriage there was
the following issue:-
Louise D'AILLEBOUT DE MENTHET b. 1697
Quebec, m. 1st Jean Baptiste CHARLY and had five children, then 2nd 17/11/1731
Longeuil, Pierre Jacques PAYAN DE
Marie D'AILLEBOUT b. 1698 Quebec, d. 1755), Religieuse Hospitaliere
Elisabeth Therese D'AILLEBOUT b. 1700 Montreal, d. 1704, bur. 26/4/1704
Marie Josephte D'AILLEBOUT b. 1702 Montreal, d.1749, bur. 12/12/1749
Montreal, Religieuse Ursuline called Mother St Nicolas..
Madeleine D'AILLEBOUT, b.1703 Montreal, m. 24/11/1721 Montreal, 1st
Jean Baptiste JARRET DE VERCHERES, and had issue of six children, then 2nd
14/2/1756 Jean Baptiste LEVRAULT, of the first marriage are known:-
Catherine Madeleine JARRET DE VERCHERES b. 1731, m. 1751 Pierre HERTEL
Marie Anne JARRET DE VERCHERES b. 1733, m. 1755 Philippe Thomas DAGNEAU
DE LA SAUSSAYE, b. 1728 enseigne killed 17/6/1757 near Fort Du Quesne, the
son of Philippe Thomas Dagneau de la Saussaye (1700-1758) and his wife Marie
Lamy called Defond..
Charlotte Gabrielle JARRET DE VERCHERES, b. 1735, m. 1st Pierre Marie
RAIMBAULT, Seigneur de Saint-Blin, and 2nd 1767 Rene Ovide HERTEL DE
Charlotte D'AILLEBOUT bap 15/10/1706
Jean Baptiste D'AILLEBOUT, Sieur des Musseaux, b. 17/3/1666 Ville-Marie,
d. 1/10/1730 buried next day, Montreal, m. 19/4/1689 at Quebec, Anne
LE PICARD, b. 1669, d. 1736 Montreal, widow of Vital Oriot ( son of Vital
& Marguerite Caron - Anne had m. him 7/1/1687 Quebec), and dtr of Jean
Le Picard and Marie Madeleine Gagnon, who was to be mother of 16
Louis D'AILLEBOUT b. 17/2/1690 Quebec, d. bur. 20/3/1690 Quebec
Nicolas Marie D'AILLEBOUT, Sieur des Musseaux b. 2/4/1691 bap next
day, Quebec, d.1781 Soldier, m. 26/8/1739 Montreal, Marie Louise
TROTTIER-DESRIVIERES b. 1718 Batiscan Champlain Quebec, dtr of Julien and
Louise Catherine Raimbault, and had eleven children most of whom died
Louis Etienne D'AILLEBOUT b & d. 1740 Montreal
Nicolas Catherine Marie D'AILLEBOUT b & d. 1743 Montreal
Nicolas Joseph D'AILLEBOUT b. & d. 1744 Detroit, Michigan
Joseph D'AILLEBOUT b & d. 1745 Detroit Michigan
Marie Joseph Anne D'AILLEBOUT b1745 Detroit d. 1746 Detroit,
Marie Charlotte D'AILLEBOUT b & d. 1747 Detroit, Michigan
Marie Angelique D'AILLEBOUT b & d. 1748 Detroit, Michigan
Marie Anne D'AILLEBOUT b & d. 1749 Detroit ,Michigan.
Nicolas Ignace D'AILLEBOUT b & d. 1750 Montreal
Angelique DESMUSSEAUX m. 1769 Caughnawaga, Amable Joachim Benoit
DESACQUESEPEE, chevalier, Lieut Officier des troupes de la Marine [son
of Joachim m. 9/9/1733 Lachine, (himself son of Philippe de Sacquespee
and Marguerite Tronson) & his wife Jeanne de Lorimier (herself
dtr of Guillaume and his wife Marguerite Chorel)]. Of this marriage
there was issue of:-
Marie-Louise DE SAKEPE alias Desacquespee (aged
20) m. 9/1/1792 Sault St Louis, Montreal, Ignace GIASSON (aged
31) son of Jacques Ignace, negotiant, and his wife Marie-Angelique Hubert
of that parish. The marriage witnessed by her aunt Marie-Louise Catherine
D'aillebout des Musseaux. Of this marriage issued:
Marguerite-Armable GIASSON m. 16/2/1824 Sault St Louis, Jean BOUDRIAS
son of Jean-Baptiste m. 3/2/1798 Monteal, Elizabeth St Martin. Of
this marriage there was issue of a daughter.
Marie Louise Catherine d'Ailllebout des Musseaux (Possible daughter
see entry for Marie Louise DE SAKEPE, however she could
have been a great aunt?
Marie Catherine D'AILLEBOUT b 1/9/1692 Montreal, m. 21/8/1730 Montreal,
Louis HERTEL DE CHAMBLY b & bap 14/5/1673 Trois Rivieres, son of Francois
& Marguerite Josephe Thauvenet.
Anne Marguerite D'AILLEBOUT, b. 11/9/1693 Montreal, d & bur 9/12/1693
Boucherville, Quebec Province.
Louise Charlotte (Catherine) D'AILLEBOUT b. & bap 19/11/1694 Montreal,
d.1768 Lachine Isle de Montreal), a sister in the Congregation of Our
Pierre Joseph D'AILLEBOUT Sieur de Manthet, b.& bap 27/4/1696
Montreal, d.1789), trader, Coureur des bois, m. 19/5/1739 Montreal,
Quebec, Jeanne DESGOUTTINS b. 1707 Port Royal, Acadie, mother of five children
and the dtr of Mathieu DeGouttins and his wife Jeanne Francoise Thibaudeau
who were themselves m. 1689 Port Royale.
Un-named D'AILLEBOUT b. & d 1740 Montreal
Jean Joseph D'AILLEBOUT b 1741
Joseph D'AILLEBOUT b & d 1744 Montreal
Marie Catherine D'AILLEBOUT b. 1746 Detroit, Michigan, m. 15/4/1765
Terrebonne, Quebec, Joseph GUILLET
Nicolas D'AILLEBOUST, Sieur des Musseaux et de Manthet b. 12th July
1747, Detroit, Michigan, m. 6th October 1779, Boucherville, Quebec, Marie
Angelique BOUCHER dtr of Rene.
Angelique Catherine D'AILLEBOUT DES MUSSEAUX et DE MANTHET b. 25th
October 1781 Lachenaie L'Assomption, Quebec, m. 21st November 1797 Terrebonne,
Quebec, Alexandre WILSON of Cairn, Aberdeen Scotland. Source:
[Paul Bentz descendant of Emma Wilson, GGG Grandaughter of Alexandre
and Angelique Catherine].
Anne Paule D'AILLEBOUT b. 12/8/1697 & bap next day Montreal, bur
Charlotte Angelique D'AILLEBOUT b. & bap 2/9/1698 Montreal, d.
1755) m. 31/10/1747 Jacques BARSALOU b. 1721 Montreal son of Girard and Marie
Louise Elisabeth D'AILLEBOUT b. 23/1/1700 bap next day, Montreal,
d & bur 26/2/1700, Boucherville, Province Quebec.
Therese Josette D'AILLEBOUT b. & bap 18/3/1701 Montreal, d &
bur 20/3/1701 Montreal
Francois Jean Daniel D'AILLEBOUT LA MADELEINE, b. 7/10/1702 bap next
day, Montreal, d. 1793) Sieur de la Madeleine, m. 24/11/1732 Montreal, Charlotte
GODEFROY DE LINCTOT b. 1712, d. 1806 Montreal, dtr of Rene and Madeleine
LEMOINE, and had issue of among others:-
Marie Charlotte D'AILLEBOUT b 1733 bur. 22/7/1734 La Prairie,
Marie Charlotte Angelique D'AILLEBOUT b. 1734 Montreal bur 12/12/1734
La Prairie, Quebec
Marie Angelique D'AILLEBOUT b. 1837 Montreal, d. 1768 Detroit Michigan,
m. c1765 Francois Ignace DE COUAGNE d. 1774 Repentigny l'Assomption, Quebec,
.son of Francois and Marie Louise Lemoine, they had
Philippe Francois DECOUAGNES b. 1766 d. 1768 Detroit, Michigan.
Rene Charles Francois D'AILLEBOUT b. 1739 Montreal d. 1754 St Laurent
Isle de Montreal.
Ignace D'AILLEBOUT (1741-92) soldier m. 1779 Marie AMIOT.
Felicite Charlotte D'AILLEBOUT b & d 1744 Montreal
Jean Baptiste D'AILLEBOUT b & d 1746 Montreal
Marie Claire D'AILLEBOUT b & d 1747 Montreal
Marie Christine D'AILLEBOUT (1749-1806), Religieuse at the Congregation
of Our Lady.
Philippe D'AILLEBOUT b 1750 Montreal
Jean Baptiste Alphonse D'AILLEBOUT DE LA BOULASSERIE, b. & bap
14/10/1703 Montreal, d. 2/9/1760 Rochefort, Soldier, thought dsp.
Philippe D'AILLEBOUT b. & bap 11/12/1704 Montreal, d. 1769, Cure
de Boucherville et de Repentigny.
Felicite Josephe D'AILLEBOUT b. 6/3/1706 bap next day, Monteal
d. 1772) m. 17/6/1737 Terrebonne, Quebec, Nicolas GUILLET DE CHAUMONT.
Therese Madeleine D'AILLEBOUT b. & bap 15/10/1707 Montreal, d
4/12/1727 bur next day Montreal
Ignace-Rene D'AILLEBOUT, b. & bap 15/10/1710 Montreal, Ville-Marie,
Sieur de Perigny, Soldier, m. 22/8/1745 Marie Joseph LA COSTE elsewhere COURAULT,
dtr of Pierre Conrad and Marguerite Aubuchon, and had issue of four children
of whom only one survived:
Marguerite Joseph D'AILLEBOUT b. & d 1747 Montreal
Pierre Ignace D'AILLEBOUT (1st child of name) b & d 1748
Pierre Ignace D'AILLEBOUT, bap 9/11/1749 Montreal, d. 1822 Montreal,
m. 1st 1774 Varennes, Josephte BAILLY DE MESSEIN, dtr of Auguste Bailly de
Messein and Marie Anne des Goutins and 2nd Charlotte BEAUBIEN, of his marriages
he left no issue.
N D'AILLEBOUT bap & d. & bur. Montreal 16/5/1668.
Catherine D'AILLEBOUT b.1669 Montreal, d. 1755), m. 12/2/1702, Nicolas
DANEAU, Sieur de Muy, Governor of Louisiana and captain of a company in the
marine, son of Jacques Daneau and Catherine Briot (Driot), of the marriage
there was one son:-
Jean Baptiste DANEAU, b. 1704, soldier, who retired to France.
Elisabeth D'AILLEBOUT b.1670 Montreal, d.1739 & bur 4/9/1739
Quebec, entered a Monastery of Ursulines de Ste Croix.
Madeleine D'AILLEBOUT b. 1673 Montreal, d.1759 & bur 13/11/1759
Montreal, also Sister of the Congregation of Our Lady.
Marguerite D'AILLEBOUT b. 1675 Montreal, d. 1734, Religieuse at Montreal
Joseph Charles D'AILLEBOUT b. 1677 Montreal, d. 1688 & bur 16/10/1668
Louise Angelique D'AILLEBOUT b. 1679 Montreal, d.1763), religieuse
at Quebec Cathedral, God-daughter of Frontenac..
Suzanne Jeanne D'AILLEBOUT,
d. after 16/11/1671 France, m. 1647 at St Pantghaleon de Ravieres in
Champagne, Abraham MARTIN son of Jacques and Suzanne Coste d. bef. 16/11/1671
and had for issue one daughter:-
Marie MARTIN, b. c1647 France d. 14/7/1680 , bur. next day, Boucherville,
Quebec m. 16/11/1671 at Montreal, Christophe FEVRIER, b. bef. 8/3/1633/4
, bap 8/3/1633/4 St Maclou, Mantes-sur- Seine, Chartres, Yvelines, France,
d. 29/9/1695 (killed by the Iroquois tending the fields) & bur. next
day Boucherville, Quebec, Sieur de Lacroix, Soldier LaFouille Company,
Carignan Regiment, lived at Boucherville, son of Eustache Fevrier, wine merchant
and Renee le Grand and who themselves had issue of:-
Male un-named FEVRIER b. 15/2/1672/73 Boucherville, Quebec, d. and
bur same day.
Prudent FEVRIER b. & bap15/2/1672/3 Boucherville, Quebec, d. &
bur 16/2/1673 Boucherville, Quebec.
Marie Barbe FEVRIER, b. 12/6/1674 & bap 2 days later at
Boucherville, Quebec, d. & bur. 17/1/1686/87 Boucherville, Quebec.
Jeanne FEVRIER b. 20/6/1676 & bap 2 days later at Boucherville
Quebec, bur 26/6/1676 Boucherville, Quebec
Marie-Anne FEVRIER b. 20/6/1676 Boucherville, Quebec, bap. same place
23.6.1676, m. 12/12/1691 Boucherville, Louis
MENARD-LAFONTAINE b. & bap. same day 28/7/1662
Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, son of Jacques (the first Lafontaine to enter Canada,
and ancestor of Sir Louis Hippolyte LAFONTAINE) and Catherine Forestier.
Of this marriage issued numerous children - for details see
Charles FEVRIER b. 14/9/1678 & bap next day at Boucherville, Quebec,
bur 4/1/1678/79 Boucherville, Quebec.
Francoise FEVRIER b. & bap. 23/1/1679.80 Boucherville, Quebec,
d. & bur 27/1/1679/80 Boucherville Quebec.
Catherine D'AILLEBOUT, (called after St Gertrude) Religieuse in the
Abbey of St Peter at Rheims.
Louis D'AILLEBOUT de Coulonge b. 1612 Ancy
le Franc, d. 1660 bur 1/6/1660 Montreal Quebec, definitely son of Antoine
and his second wife Suzanne Hotman. Emigrated in 1643 to Ville-Marie,
New France, 3rd Governor of New France. He m. Barbe DE BOULOGNE
d. 1685, bur 7/6/1685 Quebec, and of the marriage there was no issue.
PART 2 OF
Descendants of Pierre D'AILLEBOUT D'ARGENTEUIL.
Pierre D'AILLEBOUT D'ARGENTEUIL b. 19/6/1659 Quebec,
bur 16/3/1711 Montreal, Enseigne, Lieutenant, Capitaine, Sieur
d'Argenteuil, m. 4/11/1687 Quebec,
Marie Louise DENYS DE LA
RONDE, dtr of Pierre Denys, Sieur de la Ronde and Catherine Le Neuf de
la Poterie, and Grand-daughter of Simon Denys de la Trinite and Jeanne Dubreuil.
Pierre & his brother Louis appear as Godfathers at the church of
St Anne du Bout d'Ile, Montreal on the 23rd April 1687 Pierre being Godfather
for Marguerite Lemoyne dtr of Nicolas and his wife Marguerite Jasseleine
- (the Godmother was Marie Madeleine de Lalonde (should this have been LaRonde
!). Of his marriage he had eleven children among others:-
Charles Joseph D'AILLEBOUT, bap 5/12/1688 Montreal, d. 13/10/1761
Rochefort, Aunis, Captain, Chevalier de St Louis, m. 1st 15/5/1728 Marie
Josephte BERTRAND, widow of Gabriel Rousseau, Sieur de Villejoin, and of
their marriage they had five children, three shown below, 2nd 23/1/1758 Francoise
Charlotte ALAVOINE who gave him issue of the last two children indicated
below, both of whom died young:
Marie Charlotte D'AILLEBOUT (1731-70) m. Jean Baptiste 'Philippe'
D'ESTIMAUVILLE and of their marriage had issue of just one child:-
Jean Baptiste 'Charles' D'ESTIMAUVILLE b. St Martin de Palais Jean,
Paris, Ile-de-France, m. 13/5/1782 Montreal, Canada, Marie Josephte
COURRAUL-DELACOTE (alternatively COURREAU-LACOSTE) the dtr of Pierre and
his wife Marie Louise LECOMPTE.
Marguerite D'ESTIMAUVILLE m. Hon. Jean Roch ROLLAND, Magistrate and
Councillor of the King (Information from their descendant Lucas d'Estimauville
Louise Marguerite D'AILLEBOUT (1733-47)
Charles Michel (1735-65), ships lieutenant, lost in battle.
Pierre Antoine (1759-62)
Jean Charles (1760-63)
Louis D'AILLBOUT D'ARGENTEUIL (it is here that the
Audcent family documents are of value), b. 23/8/1690 Montreal, captaine port
of Grenada, sugar cane planter and refinery owner at first in the island
of Martinique and then Grenada, m. 1725 St Pierre, Martinique, Marie Louise
DE GEOFROY DE VESINOS DE LA GRANA D'ALLANDOME dtr of M. de Geofroy de Vesinos
de la Grana d'Allandome and Mademoiselle Des Vergers de Sanois who themselves
had married in 1705. We know that he was living in 1755, for he was in litigation
regarding the siting of a public road through his estate in Grenade during
the period 1753-55. Of his marriage he had issue of three children
- it is by this marriage that the Audcent and Pinot de Moira families of
England are related to Josephine Tascher de la Pagerie, Empress of the
Louis D'AILLEBOUT D'ARGENTEUIL, b. c. 1726
Louise D'AILLEBOUT D'ARGENTEUIL, b. c. 1727, m. c. 1747, at Grenada,
a M. DABILLON.
Marie Anne Felicite D'AILLEBOUT
D'ARGENTEUIL, b 18/10/1728 Martinique, m. 22/5/1751 Grenada, (probably parish
Riviere St. Jean or St Jacques), Jean Baptiste
LAPEYROUSE, Officer in the Regiment d'Eu, and living at Choc in the parish
of Notre Dame de la Conception at the time of marriage (1780) of his daughter
Louise, at which time his wife lived at Port of Spain on the island
of Trinidad in the home of their son. Jean Baptiste was born the son
of Andre de Maury de Lapeyrouse (1678-1738) and his wife Elizabeth (alias
Isabeau) DE DORTET (I have a naval document which states 'DORLET') whose
parents are unknown, and the grandson of Pierre de Maury and his wife Fleurance
de Sabatier-Fabry, the latter daughter of Jean and his wife Jeanne de Laffont.
He is also known to have had the following known brothers & sisters,
Joseph Gabriel, Andre, Elizabeth Fleurance, Louis who died without issue
in France, Salomon, Maurys, and Jean-Pierre-Louis. Joseph Gabriel was the
father of four children, 3 sons, Laurent, Mayor of St Hippolyte, Gard
(1805) who himself had issue, Gabriel-Joseph-Marie-Antoine,
Jean-Louis-Edouard, and a daughter Magdeleine-Victoire-Alexandrine who in
1806 was unmarried, but appears to have married a Marie Joseph Girard.
Marie Anne Felicite arranged for her will to be prepared by her
son in conjunction with Don Louis at Trinidad, on the 25th November 1781,
but we have no details of the contents. Of their marriage, there was
just the issue of a son and daughter:
Louis MAURY DE LAPEYROUSE, Comte de Lapeyrouse, a sugar plantation
owner at Port of Spain on the island of Trinidad, Godfather of Jean
Baptiste Louis Andre Valerie DE VILESTIVAUD born 1786. In 1789, he
advised his sister Louise Simonne that he has poor health because of a wasting
ailment with little hope of recovery, in September 1792 he travelled to France,
with his daughter Nanci leaving his wife and two sons at home, and intended
to return with two sisters-in-law back to Trinidad in the spring of 1793.
The letters we have are confused, nowhere has it been made clear as
to when Louis died, but one letter alone, dated 17th October using the republican
calendar, but with no year mentioned indicates that he died of ill health
having arrived home in Trinidad, following a short visit to France sometime
between 1793 and 1801 inclusive. There is no correspondence dated later
than the letter of the 8th October 1792 from Louis to his sister which
is surprising. He was betrothed as early as Aug 1785 when his future wife
was only 16, and m. 19/10/1785, (presumed at Port of Spain),
Trinidad, Mlle DE CASSIERES, who was born in Guadeloupe and returned to study
(probably Clermont) in France accompanied by her mother prior to her marriage.
Her father's family originated from the Auvergne, and her mother
was a demoiselle Cornet de la Guadeloupe with fine alliances (it's her
mother 's family that appears to have had links with Clermont, France). Of
his marriage he had issue, for details see
Genealogy Mauri de
Louise Simone MAURY DE LAPEYROUSE b. Grenada, Parish of St Jacques,
m. 25/7/1780 Castries, St Lucia, Louis Joseph Alexis DE
VILESTIVAUD DE RUFFIER, b.18/8/1752 Sallagnac, Limousin d. 21/5/1802
Limoges, Soldier (had problems unknown!) and Lawyer, son and heir of
Louis Charles de Vilestivaud and Valerie Estienne de la Riviere sister of
Jean Baptiste Estienne de la Riviere, the King's Lieutenant at St. Vincent,
and grandson of Silvain de Vilestivaud and Francoise du Breuil. He
left St Lucia after 1786, but before 10 October 1787, with his wife and family
and settled in Limoges where he held the post of Justice of Peace. Of
their marriage they had the following issue:
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Catherine Alexandrine DE VILESTIVAUD b. 5/12/1781 Port of Spain,
Andre Louis Francois DE VILESTIVAUD b. 1783 (probably at Port of Spain)
d. 20/12/1786 bur. Gros Islet, St Lucie.
Jean Baptiste Louis Andre Valerie DE VILESTIVAUD, b. 4/9/1786 Castries,
St Lucia, having for Godparents, Louis Maury Sieur de la Perouse
(de Lapeyrouse) and Valerie Estienne (de la Riviere) his Uncle and
Grandmother. He was killed by natives, when his ship blew of course
as he was going to America to take possession of his mother's estate on his
behalf and that of his brothers and sisters.
Marie Jeanne Felicite DE VILESTIVAUD DE LAPEYROUSE
b. 4/6/1789 Limoges, France, d. 1864 Rouen, France, m. 2/2/1810 Limoges,
Jean Paul Baptiste Henri PINOT DE
MOIRA b. 31/8/1786, d. 29/8/1855, Comte de Rochepaule, Officer in the
Engineers, son of the Marquis Paul Pinot de Moira and Marguerite Estienne
de la Riviere. Of their marriage they had issue of just two
Marie Silvianne Fanny PINOT DE MOIRA
b. 24/10/1815, d. 17/8/1859) m. 29/8/1835 Rouen,
writer and Artiste Dramatique, son of Jean Pierre Audcent and Louise Victoire
Beaugendre from whom the AUDCENT family of England descend. For details issue
Hippolyte Henri PINOT DE MOIRA, b. 3/10/1820,
d. 20/2/1909, Comte de Rochepaule, Lawyer and Banker, m. 27/7/1846 Rosay,
Aimee Heleine DE ST OUEN D'ERNEMONT, the daughter of Vicomte Yves Jacques
Jules de St Ouen d'Ernemont and Aimee Megard. He, his wife, their younger
children, and his nephew Arthur AUDCENT, emigrated to England around 1872.
Henri was naturalised British on the 28/1/1879, and from his marriage
both the AUDCENT and PINOT DE MOIRA families
of England descend.
Jean Baptiste Hippolyte DE VILESTIVAUD b. 1790 Limoges, killed in
Spanish War serving with the Guards of Honour dsp.
Laurent Andre DE VILESTIVAUD b. 1793 Limoges, died young at St. Junien,
Haute Vienne dsp.
Louise Augustine DE VILESTIVAUD b. 1796 Boeuil, nr Limoges, m. M.
CONCHON DE LAMAZIERE of which marriage 3 sons and 2 daughters unknown.
A daughter CONCHON DE LAMAZIERE m. The Comte de Lastie.
Camille CONCHON DE LAMAZIERE m. unknown
A daughter CONCHON DE LAMAZIERE m. Joseph Wable b. Bois le Duc
Auguste CONCHON DE LAMAZIERE
Armand CONCHON DE LAMAZIERE
Alexis Hippolyte DE VILESTIVAUD, Legion d'Honneur, b. 27/4/1800 Limoges,
Haute Vienne, d. 13/7/1872 (presumed Merlieux, Aisne, the
of his father, Godfather to Hippolyte Henri Pinot de Moira his nephew, and
who corresponded regularly around 1846-1850. Grand Senechal of the
Order of the Temple in 1841. He is known to have spoken to the members
of that order at a special meeting held on the 15th January 1841,
(an original copy of the text is in my possession
- dba) at the temple, then situated in Place-Royale (now Place
des Vosges), Pariis. Directeur de l'enregistrement des domaines et
de Timbre at Laon, dept Aisne, he was appointed Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur
on the 8th July 1863, and having retired from this post on the 1/1/1870 he
died on the 13/7/1872, we know that at this timehe was living at Merlieux,
Aisne. On his acte of decease it mentions that he m. Virginie
FOOTNOTE: The arms of the de Vilestivaud family, as set
out in the registered and approved Pinot de Moira genealogy are: "d'azur
3 gerbes d'or". Hippolyte Alexis appears to have married and seems
to have had a son Charles - but this is not yet clarified, but it is known
that Hippolyte Alexis, or his line, was the last of his family, for he confirmed
this fact and requested my GGrandfather H.H. Pinot de Moira, his nephew
and Godson, to let him have all the papers held by him relating to the
family de Vilestivaud. These papers included the official documents relating
to their common forebear d'Aillebout d'Argenteuil including certificates
of birth and marriage, together with the correspondence of his mother Louise
Simonne Maury de Lapeyrouse to her cousin the Empress Josephine of France,
accordingly we no longer have this information which is only referred to
in letters. I presume research at the Temple in Paris might clear up
some matters - DBA.
Note: A Louise VILESTIVAUD m. 1798 Leonard SERVENERIE dept: 87
Hector Pierre D'AILLEBOUT, Sieur de Saint-Vilme b. 26/9/1691 Montreal,
d. 1746, m. 31/10/1726 at Louisbourg, Renee D'ACCARETTE, dtr of Jean d'Accarette
(resident of Plaisance) and Marie Anne Gilbert - the family orginally from
Hendaye, Basque region of France
Of his marriage he had many children among others:-
Pierre-Charles D'AILLEBOUT, b. 1727 died before his father.
Louise D'AILLEBOUT (1728-1805), resident France, Martinique and Cuba,
she died with no issue.
Jean Baptiste D'AILLEBOUT DE ST VILME (1733-95), Captain in the army
in Guyana 1764, then Goree (Senegal) and St Domingue m. Jeanne Madeleine
Louis D'AILLEBOUT DE VILME (1764-unknown) 1775 Sub-Lieutenant African
Volunteers, 1776 Regiment of Port au Prince, lieutenant 1782, Captain 1789
110th infantry regiment (based at Donaueshingen in Germany). On the
20 May 1792 he asked for a year's leave, which was refused. He then
apparently left the army and returned to Saint Domingue.
Madeleine Helene D'AILLEBOUST DE VILME b.
Senegal where her father was governor in the service of the
King. She is recorded in the Registers of Saint Domingue (This
island now known as Haiti since 1st January 1804) as the wife of
Nicolas Charles Etienne
LE GARDEUR DE TILLY (married around 1800), lieutenant des vaisseaux du Roi
b. 4 September 1767, Petit Trou de Nippe, St Domingue and baptised on the
29 August 1769, the son of Etienne Simon Le Gardeur de Tilly and his wife
Marie Rose Lomenie de Marme.
Source Robert CHARTRAND : "Ascendance
et descendance partielles de Catherine de CORDAY de REPENTIGNY, épouse
de René LE GARDEUR de TILLY". Montréal (Canada). 1999.] For
details of their issue see her husbands line.
Antoine D'AILLEBOUT b. 6/1/1735-99), Soldier served at Quercy,
Corsica and Alsace. Sieur de Carillon.
Marguerite D'AILLEBOUT DE ST VILME b. 1735-d. 62/4/1764
(aged 27) St Savinien, Charente Maritime m. 4/11/1757 Port Lajoie, New France,
Rene Gedeon POTIER DE POMMEROY lieutenant in the Colonial Troops and son
of Guillaume and Jeanne Philippe de Catalogne, of this marriage
Marguerite POTIER DE POMMEROY bap 6/3/1764 St Savinien, Charente
Michel D'AILLEBOUT (1738-1800), Captain in the Marine at Cayenne and
St Domingue. Possibly the
Michel d'Aillboust de Perigny, squire, knight of St
Louis, made will dated 26/3/1786 before Sennebier, notary, died 12/7/1787
on his plantation at Grande Riviere, quartier de Nippes, and bur. following
day L'Anse a Veau, St Domingue who had m. Leonarde LE TORT b. c1708-
(Information from "Notes Genealogique" Col Arnaud for
family "Le Tort", in Cahiers du centre de genealogie et d'histoire des
isles d'Amerique, No. 43, March 1993, page 37).
Louis D'AILLEBOUT (1740-1805), Called Chevalier d'Ailleboust, enseigne,
m. Saint Domingue, where he was killed.
Suzanne D'AILLEBOUT (1742-1806) m. 11/1/1779 at l'Assomption, Joseph
CHAPUT - from whom descends my correspondant
Jean D'AILLEBOUT, b. 8/5/1694 Quebec, Chevalier d'ailleboust, Lieutenant,
never married, was known to be living in 1787, granted the seigneurie
d'Ailleboust in 1736 and died without issue..
Paul Alexandre D'AILLEBOUT D'ARGENTEUIL, b. 1698 Montreal, d. 11/2/1782
Montreal, Sieur de Cuissy, trader, member of grand jury m. 1/2/1727 Therese
LE FOURNIER DU VIVIER, dtr of Henri Jules Le Fournier du Vivier and Therese
Gadois, and had issue 5 children:-
Alexandre D'AILLEBOUT b. 1727 Montreal, d. 1728 Montreal
Marie Anne Armable D'AILLEBOUT b. 1728 Montreal
Louis Gordien D'AILLEBOUT b. 10/5/1730 Montreal, d 23/11/1812 same
town, Sieur de Cuisy, Enseigne, Judge of the peace Montreal, m. 1st 1755
Marie Madeleine DE JONCAIRE, dtr of Philippe Thomas de Joncaire, captain,
who was mother of 6 children, all died young except Suzanne and Claire who
follow, and 2nd 15/4/1771 Montreal, Marie Joseph BABIE DE CHENNEVILLE, mother
of two children both died at birth and 3rd 13/2/1775 Boucherville, Quebec,
Francoise BOUCHER b. 1734 dtr of Pierre Boucher and Marguerite Raimbault
of whom no issue:
Suzanne D'AILLEBOUT (1766-1819) unmarried
Claire D'AILLEBOUT (1768-1820) also unmarried
Elizabeth Amable D'AILLEBOUT b. 1732 Montreal d. 1769 Montreal
Louis Charles D'AILLEBOUT b. 1737 m. 1st 10/11/1755 Monteal, Madeleine
DE JONCAIRE b. 1731 dtr of Philippe Thomas and Madeleine Renaud, of whom
he had the following issue, 2nd 23/1/1758 Trois Rivieres Quebec, Francoise
Charlotte ALAVOINE b. 1738 Trois Rivieres, Quebec, dtr of Charles and Marie
Charles D'AILLEBOUT b. & d 1756 Isle St Laurent, Montreal
Louis D'AILLEBOUT, b. bap. d. & bur. 30/6/1700 Montreal.
Claude Daniel D'AILLEBOUT, b. 18/9/1701 Ville-Marie, d. 26/12/1723
Boucherville, Sieur de Carillon, with ill health he stayed with his aunt
de Menthet (Francoise-Jeanne Denis) until his death.
Philippe Marie D'AILLEBOUT, b. 21/10/1702 Montreal, d. 14/4/1787 Loches,
Tours, France, Sieur de Cerry, Mariner and Merchant, Captain at Port of Quebec,
m. 27/6/1737 Charlesbourg, Quebec, Canada, Marie-Madeleine CHERON d. 1758,
dtr of Martin and of his marriage had fourteen children of whom only four
survied infancy, and these appear below. Philippe was present at the
baptism and burial of his great nephew 'unnamed' (b. 15/12/1759 the son of
Mathieu DU MAINE DU CHAMBON , and his wife the late Barbe Blanche CARREROT
- she obviously died in childbirth sister of Andre , Colonial Officer) on
the 24/12/1759 Cemetary 'du Clocher', La Rochelle.
Philippe Louis D'AILLEBOUT b. 1738 Quebec, d. 1738 Quebec
Philippe Antoine D'AILLEBOUT b. 1739, father purchased commission
- lieutenant at Saint Domingue, died Ile Hispaniola, apparently died without
Joseph Louis D'AILLEBOUT b. 1742 Quebec d. 1742 Quebec.
Pierre Louis D'AILLEBOUT b. 1745, d. 1767 Ile Hispaniola, father purchased
commission - sub-lieutenant at Saint Domingue, apparently died without issue.
Madeleine Genevieve D'AILLEBOUT b. 1746 Quebec d. 1747 Quebec
Marie Madeleine D'AILLEBOUT b. 1748 Quebec d. 1748 Quebec
Madeleine D'AILLEBOUT b. 1750 Quebec obviously d. young because of
her younger sister's name.
Etienne D'AILLEBOUT b. 1751 Quebec, d. 1752 Quebec
Madeleine D'AILLEBOUT b. 1752 Quebec, she returned to France
Marie Louise D'AILLEBOUT b. 1753, m. a cousin unknown at Saint
Anne-Joseph D'AILLEBOUT b. 1754 Quebec m. 1st Francois MARCEAU and
2nd 3/10/1780 Quebec Andre CHANDONNET
Marie Joseph D'AILLEBOUT b.? d. 1755 Charlesbourg, Quebec
Joseph Francois D'AILLEBOUT b. 1756 Quebec, d. 1759 Quebec
Pierre Antoine D'AILLEBOUT b. 1757 Quebec d. 1757 Quebec
Louise (also noted as Francoise) Charlotte D'AILLEBOUT b.1704 Montreal,
d. 1764, m. 14/10/1732 Pierre MARGANE LA VALTRIE, Sieur des Forets et La
Valtrie son of Seraphin and his wife Louise Bissot. . Of her marriage she
left four children:
Louise Jeanne MARGANE (1733-1822) unmarried
Charlotte MARGANE (1739-1781)
Pierre Paul MARGANE, b. 14/8/1743 Montreal, d. 10/9/1810 at Lavaltrie,
Sieur de La Valtrie, colonel m. 31/3/1766 Terrebonne, Quebec, Marie
Angelique DE LA CORNE, b. 22/9/1746 Montreal dtr of Louis and Elizabeth de
Ramezay, and had issue of just one daughter:
Suzanne Antoinette, MARGANE DE LAVALTRIE b. Jan 1772 Terrebonne, d.
1822, d. 1822 m. 22/10/1792 Lavaltrie Berthier, Quebec, Charles Gaspard
TARIEU DE LANAUDIERE b. 9/9/1769 Quebec, d. 9/6/1812 Lavaltrie Bethier Quebec,
deputy at Warwick (Berthier) in 1796 and of Leinster (L'Assomption) in 1804.
He was the son of Charles Francois and Catherine Lemoine. Of
this marriage issue:_
Pierre Paul TARIEU DE LANAUDIERE b. 30/6/1794 Lavaltrie Bethier, Quebec,
d. 1832 Lavaltrie Berthier, m. 4/11/1814 Lavaltrie Berthier, Veronique GORDON
b. c1800 d. 1858 of their marriage issued:-
Angelique DE LANAUDIERE b. 1816 Lavaltrie Berthier, d. 1885 m. 1st
Toussaint VOYER and 2nd Zoil CHAPUT of this marriage a daughter:-
Helene DE LANAUDIERE-CHAPUT b. 29/3/1862 Joliette, Quebec, Canada
m. James BAXTER , Financier b. 1842 Ontario, d. 1905. She boarded the
Titanic as a 1st Class passenger at Cherbourg on Wednesday 10th April 1912
, Ticket No. 17558 , £247 10s 10d , Cabin No. B58/60 accompanied by
her son and dtr Quigg Edmond BAXTER and Mary Helene Douglas. Just she
and her daughter survived the sinking (boat 6) and was picked up by the Carpathia
disembarking at New York City on Thursday 18th April 1912. Helene died
on Monday 18th June 1923 and was buried at Notre Dame de Neiges Cemetery
Montreal Québéc Canada.
William Antoine BAXTER b. 1883 d. 1912
Mary Helene BAXTER b. 4/4/1885 Ile de Montreal, Quebec, Canada m.
Quigg Edmond BAXTER Student in Europe, b. 13/7/1887 Ile de Montreal,
Quebec, Canada, d. at the sinking of the Titanic 14-15/4/1912, returning
from Europe with his mother, sister, and his fiancee Berthe Antonine
Charles Barthelemy Gaspard DE LANAUDIERE premier maire of Joliette
in 1864 he was b. 1817 Lavaltrie Berthier, d. 25/7/1875 m. 21/4/1846 Kamouraska,
Quebec, Arthemise TACHE. Of his marriage he had issue:-
Antoinette DE LANAUDIERE b. 1855 m. Arthur McCONVILLE d. 1882, after
his death his wife lived with the Sisters of the Precious Blood at St Hyacinthe,
they had issue:-
Marie Julie McCONVILLE b. 1880 d. 1883
Marie Alice McCONVILLE b & d 1882
Joseph Gaspard Charles DE LANAUDIERE Major in the 22nd Regiment,
b. 1859 Joliette Quebec, d. 2/6/1926 Montreal with no issue.
Marie Desanges DE LANAUDIERE b. 1860 m. Norman Reinford NEILSON
Georges DE LANAUDIERE b. 1822 Lavaltrie Berthier, d. 1825 in his native
Suzanne Antoin-Almissime DE LENAUDIERE b. 1826 Lavaltrie Berthier,
d. 1844 Montreal.
Marie Olive Mathilde DE LENAUDIERE b. 1828 Lavaltrie Berthier, d.
same year in her native town.
Charlotte DE LANAUDIERE b. 1795 d. 1871 m. Barthelemy JOLIETTE
b. 1788 d. 1850
Antoinette Suzanne DE LANAUDIERE b. 1805 d. 1879 m. Charles LEODEL
b. 1797 d. 1879 of this marriage issued one daughter
Caroline LEODEL m. Henri Bernard LEPROHON
Marie-Anne (also noted as Jacqueline Elisabeth Louse) D'AILLEBOUT,
b. bap. d. bur. 28/8/1706 Varennes, Verchere, Quebec Province
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1. Madeleine Helene D'AILLEBOUST DE VILME
the wife of Nicolas Charles Etienne LE GARDEUR DE TILLY (married around
2. Joseph D'AILLBOUT DE MANTHET, (1748-1813)
m. Henriette Marie DE LA HOGUE.
3. Charles DAILLEBOUST resident St. Charles fau. Ste. Marie,
New Orleans in 1811, but there is no reference to him in the 1822 Directory
(NB living at No. 2 same street was probably his cousin Charles LEGARDEUR
who would appear to be still living in the city in 1822 as
Charles LE GARDEUR DE TILLY, JP, d.h. 138 Royal 24 Casa Calvo bel.
Peace, he didn't appear in the Directory of 1832, but ? his son is recorded
- Gustave LEGARDEUR acc't 43 St. Louis d. 37 Casa Calvo c. Union).-
Source [1811, 1822, & 1832
New Orleans City Directory, Louisiana Division, Main Branch New Orleans Public
4. Louise Catherine d'Aillebout m. Pierre Jacques PAYEN DE NOYAN Sieur
de Chavois/Chavoy, Commandant of the Fort Pont Chartrain from 1739-1740,
What is certain is that in 1688, Pierre-Jacques Payen de Noyan became the
first European to ascend the Kaministiquia River and reach the Lake of the
Woods. He was also the first to be confronted with the formidable 1349 m
(1475 yard) long Mountain Portage which bypasses Kakabeka Falls.
Of their marriage they had for known issue:-
Pierre Louis PAYEN DE NOYAN b. 10/12/1741 Detroit
5. Michel d'Aillboust de
Perigny, (1838-1800 but noted in this entry as d. 12/7/1787) m. Leonarde
LE TORT b. ca 1708 (she does seem however somewhat old for this Michel
Details of Associated Family
'MENARD' descendants of
d'Ailleboust m. 1647 Abraham MARTIN.
Jacques MENARD called Lafontaine m. Catherine FORESTIER and
had issue of one known son:-
Louis MENARD-LAFONTAINE b. & bap same day 28/7/1662 Trois Rivieres,
Quebec, son of Jacques (the first Lafontaine to enter Canada,
and ancestor of Sir Louis Hippolyte LAFONTAINE) and Catherine Forestier m.
12/12/1691 Boucherville, Quebec, Marie-Anne FEVRIER b. 20/6/1676 Boucherville,
Quebec, bap. same place 23.6.1676. Of this marriage issued the following
Louis MENARD b. & bap 24/9/1692 Boucherville, Quebec
Marie Anne MENARD b 28/12/1693 and bap next day, Boucherville, Quebec,
m. 1719 1st Antoine DUQUET and 2nd 29/10/1738 Boucherville, Quebec, Jean
Genevieve MENARD bap 15/1/1695/96 Boucherville, Quebec, bur. 20/8/1759
Marie-Rose MENARD b. 30/5/1698 Boucherville, Quebec, m. 29/10/1738
Boucherville Quebec, Nicolas ROBERT
Jean Baptiste MENARD called Fontaine, b. 1/10/1699 & bap same
day Ste Famille, Boucherville, Quebec m. 1st 3/2/1721/22 Ste Famille,
Boucherville, Quebec (Contract Tailhandier 1/2/1721/22), Marie Francoise
BAU called Lalouette, b. 12/6/1694 bap same day, Ste
Famille, Boucherville, d. 18/7/1759 & bur same day, St Joseph, Chambly,
Quebec, the dtr of Jean baptiste and Etiennette LORET and 2nd 25/1/1761 Chambly,
Quebec, Marie Marguerite LANGLOIS called Sansoucy, the dtr of Guillaume and
Catherine Limousin called Beaufort.
Marie Anne MENARD b. 14/11/1722 bap next day, Ste Famille, Boucherville,
Quebec m. 22/4/1743 St Joseph, Chambly, Quebec, Charles ROBERT called
Marie Renne MENARD b. 26/5/1724 bap next day, Ste Famille, Boucherville,
Quebec, m. 4/11/1748 St Joseph, Chambly, Quebec, Nicolas Sanscartier
Marie Catherine MENARD b. 20/12/1725 & bap Christmas Day St Joseph,
Chambly, Quebec, m. 4/11/1748 (same day as her sister) St Joseph, Chambly,
Quebec, Nicolas LAGU(E)
Marie Jeanne MENARD b. bef. 3/9/1727 Chambly Quebec and bap. 13/9/1727
St Joseph, Chambly, Quebec, of whom nothing more is known.
Marie Helene MENARD b. & bap 10/10/1728 St Joseph, Chambly, Quebec,
of whom no more is known.
Jean-Baptiste Amable MENARD b. 11/10/1729 Chambly, Quebec, d. Quebec,
m. 19/2/1753 Laprairie, Quebec, Marie Josephe AUPRY called Laramee, b. c
1733 Laprairie, Quebec and d. Quebec.
Marie Louise MENARD b. 16/1/1730/31 Chambly, Quebec d. 24/6/1731 Chambly,
Joseph Gervais MENARD b. 24/5/1732 Chambly, Quebec, d. 21/6/1733 Chambly,
Joseph MENARD b. 19/6/1733 Chambly, Quebec, d. 27/6/1733 Chambly,
Francoise MENARD b. 1730 ? (out of order - dba) Chambly, Quebec,
d. 8/10/1762 Pointe-Olivier, Quebec, m. 8/7/1754 Chambly, Quebec, Antoine
MAILLOT called Laroche.
Joseph Amable MENARD b. & bap 22/11/1735 St Joseph, Chambly, Quebec,
m. 10/1/1757 Laprairie, Quebec, Marie Jeanne AUPRY called Laramee, b. &
bap 24/10/1738 La nativite de la BVM, Laprairie, Quebec, dtr of Francois
and Marie Jeanne Rivet. Of their marriage they had issue:-
Francois MENARD b. 10/4/1758 bap next day, Chambly, Quebec, m. 2/5/1787
L'Acadie, Euphrosine MOREAU called Lagrange.
Julien MENARD b. 16/10/1761 Chambly, Quebec, m. 19/6/1787 St Joseph,
Chambly, Quebec, Julie MONTY.
Louis MENARD b. 27/5/1763 Chambly, Quebec, m. 18/10/1791 St Joseph,
Chambly, Quebec, Marie Anne LANIER called Belhumeur.
Jean Baptiste MENARD called Fontaine, b. 12/4/1765 Laprairie, Quebec,
m. 22/9/1794 La Nativite de la BVM, Laprairie, Quebec, Marie CHARLES called
Lajeunesse called Clement.
Joseph MENARD b. Quebec, m. 19/2/1787 St Joseph, Chambly, Quebec,
Ursule VIELLE called Curre alias Cosse.
Josephete MENARD b.unknown m. 4/11/1793 St Joseph, Chambly, Quebec,
Laurent DUPUIS alias DUPUY called Montepellier.
Francoise MENARD b. unknown m. 17/2/1794 Chambly, Quebec, Jean Baptiste
Marie MENARD b. unknown m. 9/11/1797 St Joseph, Chambly, Quebec,
Barthelemy COURTEMANCHE called Jolicoeur.
Jean MENARD b. unknown m. 30/9/1799 Chambly, Quebec, Marguerite
COURTEMANCHE called Jolicoeur.
Joseph MENARD b. & bap 20/11/1701 Boucherville, Quebec m.
Marie Anne LECOURS
Marie-Jeanne MENARD b. & bap. 20/1/1703/4 Boucherville, Quebec,
m. 17/4/1731 Boucherville, Quebec, Pierre MONBRON
Pierre MENARD b. & bap. 14/11/1705 Boucherville, Quebec
Francois MENARD b 17/1/1707/08 bap 2 days later at Boucherville, Quebec,
d. 7/1/1710/11 bur next day Boucherville, Quebec.
Charlotte MENARD b. 25/10/1710 bap next day, Boucherville, Quebec,
m. 15/9/1732 Boucherville, Quebec, Michel LAMOUREAUX
Marie-Agathe MENARD b. 25/6/1712 bap next day Boucherville, Quebec,
d. 14/7/1712 bur next day, Boucherville, Quebec.
Antoine MENARD b. bef. 29/7/1713 bap on that day Boucherville,
Francois MENARD b. 9/5/1715 bap 2 days later, Boucherville, Quebec,
d. 14/9/1715 bur next day, Boucherville, Quebec.
Marie-Anne MENARD b. & bap 28/7/1716 Boucherville, Quebec.
Marie-Renee MENARD b. & bap 14/3/1718/19 Boucherville, Quebec
m. 24/10/1740 Boucherville, Quebec, Gabriel FORGET.
Rene MENARD b. & bap 2/5/1721 Boucherville, Quebec m. 3/8/1750
Boucherville, Quebec, Therese LETOURNEAU b. 1720
Antoine MENARD b. 1722 Boucherville, Quebec, m. 17/6/1743 Longueuil,
Quebec, Jeanne-Francoise MARSIL b. 1723