Marie Josephe Faubert
F, b. circa 1710
- Birth: Marie Josephe Faubert was born circa 1710 in Québec, Canada.
- Marriage: She and Jacques Tabeau were married on June 4, 1736 in Chateauguay, Quebec, Canada.
M, b. October 6, 1675
- Birth: Pierre Tabeau was born on October 6, 1675 in Montreal, Québec, Canada.
- Marriage: He and Francoise Cunegonde Cardinal were married on November 17, 1914 in Montreal, Québec, Canada.
Francoise Cunegonde Cardinal
F, b. April 16, 1689
- Birth: Francoise Cunegonde Cardinal was born on April 16, 1689 in Montreal, Québec, Canada.
- Marriage: She and Pierre Tabeau were married on November 17, 1914 in Montreal, Québec, Canada.
M, b. circa 1645
- Birth: Pierre Tabeau was born circa 1645 in Saintonge, Charente Maritime, France.
- Marriage: He and Jeanne Francoise Roy were married on December 19, 1672 in Montreal, Québec, Canada.
Jeanne Francoise Roy
F, b. December 11, 1660
- Birth: Jeanne Francoise Roy was born on December 11, 1660 in Montreal, Québec, Canada.
- Marriage: She and Pierre Tabeau were married on December 19, 1672 in Montreal, Québec, Canada.
M, b. circa 1615
- Birth: Jean Tabeau was born circa 1615.
F, b. circa 1615
- Birth: Marie Morin was born circa 1615.
M, b. 1633, d. November 1, 1676
- Birth: Jean Roy was born in 1633 in Marans, La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, France.
- Marriage: He and Francoise Bouet were married on June 5, 1659 in La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, France.
- Death: Jean Roy died on November 1, 1676, at age ~43, in Lachine, Île-de-Montréal, Québec, Canada.
- Note: Roy, Jean (a.k.a., Leroy), born in 1633 and living in La Rochelle, he engaged with Mademoiselle Mance, June 5, 1659 (gr. Demontreau), to go " to be accustomed to the Isle of Montreal " with his wife, Francoise Bouet, and he paid 150 livres, the price of their transportation to Canada. Jean was listed in the censuses of 1666 and 1667 in Montréal (Sulte, Hist., IV, pp. 6c and 75c). He was a sergeant with the Baillage of Montréal (BRH, 1927, p. 433) he initiated a claim of eleven days of timber work for Michel Poirier on December 20 1676 (Registers of Baillage of Montréal, page 121). Jean Roy was buried in Lachine on November 1, 1676. His widow [was employed as a maid?] to Pierre Gadois and Isaac Nafrechoux (Registers of Baillage of Montréal, pages 173 and 202). She remarried to Alexis Buet in 1678 in Lachine. There were children of this marriage.
Notes on Jean Roy and his family.
3 May 1665:Jean Roy has a concession of 30 arpents above the Saint-Pierre River (on the current territory of Verdun). His neighbors were Étienne Campot and Pierre Gadoys, and sons.
1673-1676:Jean Roy, sergeant of the baillage and the court in Montréal.
29 May 1672:revelation made by Jean Roy and his wife of Laprairie[?] about the rape of their small daughters.
31 May 1672:charge of rape brought by Jean Roy, inhabitant of Montréal, against Philippe Poitier dit Lafontaine, following the interrogation of the defendant.
31 May 1672:interrogation of Marie and Jeanne Roy [the girls], by Catherine Cottin (sic) dit Châtillon, concerning the rape of them by the named Lafontaine.
2 Jun 1672:confirmation of the charge brought against Philippe Poitier dit Lafontaine, who is condemned to restore honor to his victims in the accustomed manner. The aforementioned Lafontaine, asks forgiveness of God, King and his victims for his brutal passion,and that he be condemned to perpetual banishment from this colony. And he is to compensate his victims the sum of 1000 livres each to help them to marry, the sum to be taken from the property that he possesses in Canada as well that in France.
3 Jun 1672:appearance of the prisoner Lafontaine for pinning down his testimony.
8 Jun 1672:request by Jean Roy to name a curator of the unoccupied property of Philippe Potier dit Lafontaine, condemned to civil death, to make it possible for Roy to continue as the appropriate authority. Command of the tax prosecutor to make the defendant Lafontaine appear for interrogation.
Philippe Poitiers dit Lafontaine did not have to leave the country after his judgment, because he married Jeanne Vignaud, widow of Jacques Greslon, in Québec on Oct. 16, 1679. No children resulted from this marriage.
As for the small girls of Jean Roy, both contracted for marriage: Jeanne-Françoise with Pierre Tabeau on Dec. 19, 1672, and Marie with Andre Merlot on Nov. 21, 1678. The 1000 livres that they each accepted as compensation for the insult which they had undergone [at the hands of Philippe Poiters dit Lafontaine] was used to set up their households.
Jean Roy had a concession of " 40 feet in cross-section " ' on July 14, 1673 in the town of Montréal. He owed 6d. per annum [unknown phrase?], that is to say for the whole 1122 3s. d. This concession was No. 170 of the burrow (No. 247 on the plan); it was located on the side street St-Sulpice, south of the General Trust of Canada building.
F, b. October 4, 1624
Family: Jean Roy (b. 1633, d. November 1, 1676)
- Birth: Francoise Bouet was born on October 4, 1624 in Marans, La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, France.
- Marriage: She and Jean Roy were married on June 5, 1659 in La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, France.
- Burial: Francoise Bouet was buried on May 19, 1722 in Montreal, Québec, Canada.
M, b. February 23, 1656, d. May 17, 1724
- Birth: Jacques Cardinal was born on February 23, 1656 in Marans, La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, France.
- Marriage: He and Claude Louise Arrive were married on November 23, 1682 in Montreal, Québec, Canada.
- Death: Jacques Cardinal died on May 17, 1724, at age 68, in Detroit, Wayne Co, Michigan.
- Occupation: He was a Fur trader.
- Note: CARDINAL, Jacques, son of the precedent [Simon Cardinal], was five years old when he accompanied his parents to New France in 1659. At 18 years, January 15, 1673 (gr. Basset) his father put him in training with the master-carpenter Etienne Truteau. The trade did not attract him, however. As of 1683, he formed a voyageur company with Jean Lefebvre and Jean Dupuy that engaged, April 2, 1683, Pierre Vaux for a voyage to Outaouais (gr. Maugue). In the desire to establish himself in Montréal or to build there, Jacques Cardinal acquired various lands: 1st, in 1678, Notre-Dame Street a concession which was soon combined with additional land (Terrier, No 176); 2nd, after June 25, 1689, 20 feet by 20 feet, on the Place d'Armes, extending to Outaouaise Street (Ib. No 19); 3rd, he acquired a parcel from Vincent Dugas on March 1, 1690 (Ib. No 145); 4th, he acquired the site of the house of Michel Berthelot du Vaux on March 27, 1694 (gr. Maugue); 5th, a parcel on St-Paul Street which was seized on June 22, 1696 (Terrier, No 144); 6th, 2 parcels on St-Pierre Street seized on May 22, 1698 (Ib. No 102s and 102t); etc. In 1714, Jacques Cardinal was living in his house on St-Pierre Street (gr. Adhémar, 20 Feb 1714). On February 9, 1720 (gr. Raimbault) Jacques and his brothers signed an agreement to provide for the subsistence of Michelle Garnier, their mother, almost 100 years old. Jacques was married in Montréal on November 23, 1682 (contract, Maugue, October 13) to Louise Arrivé, who gave him ten children. He was buried in Detroit 18 May 1724, probably while on a journey. His wife, Louise Arrivé died in Montréal, September 14, 1744.
Claude Louise Arrive
F, b. August 7, 1665, d. September 14, 1744
- Birth: Claude Louise Arrive was born on August 7, 1665 in Québec City, Québec, Canada.
- Marriage: She and Jacques Cardinal were married on November 23, 1682 in Montreal, Québec, Canada.
- Death: Claude Louise Arrive died on September 14, 1744, at age 79, in Montreal, Québec, Canada.
Simon Jean Cardinal
M, b. circa 1619, d. August 9, 1679
- Birth: Simon Jean Cardinal was born circa 1619 in Marans, La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, France.
- Death: He died on August 9, 1679 in Lachine, Île-de-Montréal, Québec, Canada.
- Note: CARDINAL, Simon, born between 1617 (recens. 1667) and 1631 (recens. 1666), from the area of Marans (Charente-Maritime), France came to terms with Jeanne Mance for the passage of the families of La Rochelle to Québec in front of Demontreau, notary of La Rochelle, on June 5, 1659. Cardinal had to pay the sum of 225 pounds for the passage of himself, his wife Michelle Garnier, and their two sons, Jacques, 5 years old and Jean, 1 year old. The customs accepted receipts on November 10, 1669 (gr. Basset). This colonist was brother-in-law of O1ivier Charbonneau and Pierre Goguet; he is also the uncle of Françoise Roy, daughter of Jean and Francoise Bouet; and he is also the uncle of Massé Martin, husband of Jeanne Decorps, who came from the diocese of Luçon. In 1662, Simon Cardinal accepted a concession on the land of Montréal (Faillon, Hist., III II); then, the lst May 1665, one second concession of 2 X 15 arpents above the St-Pierre river enters the ground of Etienne Campeau and the stronghold of Hautmesnil. It declares that in 1667, there were 4 cattle and 8 arpents in cultivation (recens. in Sulte, Hist., IV 7e).
When Lachine became populated, our colonist was transported there, after having disposed of his land above the St-Pierre River to Jean-Baptiste Lefebvre dit St-Jean, inhabitant of Verchères, at the price of 1,100 pounds. The property included a house of 19 feet long by 18 feet wide, made of boards with a court and a furnace, as well as a shed, 3 feet long by 20 feet wide, covered with grass, within an enclosed garden. This transaction took place November 26, 1675 (gr. Basset). September 17, 1673 (gr. Basset), Simon Cardinal had accepted a lease on the farm of his neighbor the Seur of Hautmesnil. In 1680, Cardinal's property in Lachine is described as: a land of 3 arpents front by 20 deep, on the escor(?) of the large river, including 18 arpents of cleared land, between Pierre Thabaud and Louis Fortin, with a house and a miserable cattle shed on the side of Thabaud; a miserable shed of piles and a pig shed on the side of Fortin. Simon Cardinal had taken part in the defense of Montréal as a soldier of the 18th escouade in the militia of Sainte-Famille (BRH, 1927, p. 320). Although his neighbor Etienne Campeau had been godfather of his son Etienne, Cardinal was not always in good terms with him. On January 14 1670, he claimed in front of the baillif, 100 grounds and a pair of bottom and shoes, for guarding cattle. On June 27 1674, it is Campeau who pursues Cardinal for reparations for insults.
Our colonist [Simon Cardinal] was buried in Lachine on 9 August 1679 leaving six sons and a daughter who had died in the cradle. The inventory of the community property was drawn up by Maugue on November 22, 1679 and it was distributed by the same notary on March 27, 1680. The uncle Alexis Buet acted as executor. As for Simon's spouse, Michelle Garnier, she remarried Jean Chevalier at Lachine on April 23, 1680.
Anne Michelle Garnier
F, b. circa 1630, d. May 23, 1720
- Birth: Anne Michelle Garnier was born circa 1630 in Marans, La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, France.
- Death: She died on May 23, 1720 in Montreal, Québec, Canada.
M, b. October 1639
- Birth: Jacques Arrive was born in October 1639 in St Etienne, Loire, France.
- Marriage: He and Renee LaPorte were married on July 22, 1663 in St Etienne, Loire, France.
F, b. January 1642
- Birth: Renee LaPorte was born in January 1642 in La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, France.
- Marriage: She and Jacques Arrive were married on July 22, 1663 in St Etienne, Loire, France.
- Burial: Renee LaPorte was buried on May 6, 1705 in Montreal, Québec, Canada.
M, b. circa 1593, d. April 25, 1673
- Birth: Pierre Arrive was born circa 1593.
- Death: He died on April 25, 1673 in St Etienne, Loire, France.
F, b. circa 1613
- Birth: Jeanne Rosier was born circa 1613.
- Burial: She was buried on June 24, 1674 in St Etienne, Loire, France.
Jacques Jean LaPorte
M, b. circa 1615, d. September 3, 1663
- Birth: Jacques Jean LaPorte was born circa 1615.
- Death: He died on September 3, 1663 in St Etienne, Loire, France.
F, b. circa 1615
- Birth: Esther Coindriau was born circa 1615.
M, b. circa 1585
- Birth: Nicolas Coindriau was born circa 1585.
M, b. June 28, 1647
- Birth: Jacques Faubert was born on June 28, 1647 in Marche, France.
- Marriage: He and Elisabeth Arcouet were married on August 4, 1704 in Montreal, Québec, Canada.
- Occupation: Jacques Faubert was a Master Mason.
- Note: Jacques Faubert was born on June 28, 1647 in Lesterps, canton of Confolens, of the union of François Faubert, middle-class man, and of Françoise Pevereau. Two of his brothers were born in Lesterps: Antoine, November 25, 1643 and Jacques, April 2, 1657. He arrives to New-France as mason a little before 1680 since he is mentioned in an act of the notary Claude Maugue on November 27, 1680. Established in Châteauguay, then in Montreal, Jacques Faubert signs several deals for construction between 1680 and 1695 for masonry works. Fifty-five years old, he marries in Lachine, August 4, 1704, Élisabeth Arcouet, born in Champlain in 1674, daughter of Jean Arcouet and of Elise Pepin. Five children are born from this union between 1704 and 1711 in Châteauguay, Montreal and in Lachine. Jacques Faubert died a little before 1728, perhaps in Chateauguay, since his wife is mentioned as a widow in a notarial act of June 26, 1728. His death certificate was not found. Élisabeth Arcouet died in Chateauguay on January 10, 1751. (Source: http://planete.qc.ca/histoire/villages/.)
F, b. circa 1679
- Birth: Elisabeth Arcouet was born circa 1679 in Québec, Canada.
- Marriage: She and Jacques Faubert were married on August 4, 1704 in Montreal, Québec, Canada.
- Burial: Elisabeth Arcouet was buried on January 10, 1751 in Chateauguay, Quebec, Canada.
M, b. circa 1620
- Birth: Francois Faubert was born circa 1620.
F, b. circa 1620
- Birth: Francoise Pevereau was born circa 1620.
M, b. circa 1646, d. August 7, 1727
- Birth: Jean Arcouet was born circa 1646 in Saintonge, Charente Maritime, France.
- Marriage: He and Elisabeth Isabelle Marie Pepin were married on November 16, 1671 in Trois Rivieres, St Maurice, Quebec, Canada.
- Death: Jean Arcouet died on August 7, 1727 in Champlain, Les Chenaux, Quebec, Canada.