This will contain my Malouin family biography and information, beginning with my immigrant ancestor, Jean Rinfret dit Malouin who first landed on the shores of New France in 1690 at the age of 28.
Jean Rinfret was born on the Isle of St. Malo, just off the coast of Brittany, son of Julien and Jeanne Moussard. Jacques Cartier was also born here, and no doubt this is where they both inherited their love of the sea.
Jean Rinfret always added "dit le Malouin" to his name, so he would be known as the "man from St. Malo". In succeeding generations some of the lines dropped the Rinfret and became known simply by the surname Malouin. There are some other Malouin lines which are not necessarily of the Rinfret line. All of the Rinfrets, however, are quite possibly descended from Jean.
When he first arrived in Quebec around 1690, he hired himself out as a field hand, as most people lived by farming at that time. There is speculation that Jean had previously come to Canada, as a sailor or as a fisherman off the Grand Banks of Newfoundland.
His love of the sea prevailed, and he subsequently made his living from various activies in the St. Lawrence as a Canadian seaman and ship owner. He bought his first boat in 1703, from Denis Riverin, for whom he worked. They had been developing the fishing and fur trade industry around the area. In 1706, Jean became a 1/3 owner of another boat named the Sainte-Anne. They had a contract from the Crown Company, "to go to the Island of Magdelaine to hunt and kill seals and walrus." Until 1716, Jean made many journeys on the St. Lawrence. Some of his activites were to pick up cargo of baled furs at Ville Marie (Montreal). There was a passenger service between Quebec and Montreal in 1713, and it is believed that this was operated by our ancestor Jean. He owned several ships during his life in New France, including one he bought from Sieur Dussault--his largest and most expensive-- and another called the "Passeur.
Jean's first family
Jean's first marriage at Pointe Levy on 28 November 1693 was to a country girl, Marguerite Massard, daughter of a Fille du Roi. There were 4 children born of this marriage between the years 1694 and 1702. In November 1702, Marguerite was buried at Quebec . She died, leaving the two-month old infant Catherine. This was the time the Rinfret family was decimated by an epidemic, referred to by the Ursuline nuns as so: At the end of November (1702-03) a sickness began to afflict the town. It was brought here by a savage from the frontier. It was a type of smallpox affecting many unfortunate victims, and in a month or two, the count was more than 1,500 sick and between 2 and 3 hundred dead."
This epidemic took Marguerite and 3 of the children. The baby, Catherine, was to leave this life the following year.
In due time, Marie-Francoise would marry and have 10 children.
Jean's second family--a new beginning
Jean was not going to live alone. After a contract of marriage in 1703, he married Jeanne le Tellier. Jeanne was to give him four children.
Pierre, who was buried the same month he was born.
Marie-Therese married one of the best stone-masons of his time, and had 3 children.
Jean-Baptiste, a master-mason, married Marie-Josephte Simon dit Delorme. They had 18 children.
Joseph, the youngest, was known also by the name of Saint-amour. He married and became father to 13 children, many of whom died at an early age. His son Antoine became the first priest in the family on 11 November 1781.
I am descended from Jean-Baptiste.
"Jean Rinfret, 55 years old and at the height of his power, after having made it through the worst of weather conditions, finally succombed to a flu epidemic during the winter of 1717. During the month of February the town of Quebec had at least 30 burials. Jean fell ill, and two doctors, Simon Soupiran and Jean Coutard, tried to cure him but there was little they could do. Jean died on 3 March, having received the "Sacraments of the Church". He was buried on the 4th by the young priest, Michel Poulin.
Among his possessions were snowshoes estimated to be worth about 20 livres, and two goblets, with hand-worked silver thereon, worth about 150 livres, as well as his last ship acquision, the "Passeur". It appears he did embark for Eternity unencumbered with monetary baggage!" from "OUR FRENCH-CANADIAN ANCESTORS" by Thomas J Laforest.
I AM MALOUIN
There is an old motto "Neither French nor Breton, I am Malouin". The name "Malouin" has come to be known in literature and poetry as a person adept at seamanship and/or shipbuilding. The "Malouins", meaning from the Isle of St. Malo, was used most often with respect and admiration for the seafaring skills demonstrated from folks of that region. The Faulkland Islands, off the tip of South America, were originally called the "Malouine Isles" after the seafaring people who discovered them.
The Name St.-Malo
Saint-Malo inherited its name from a local monk named Macout, Maclou, or Mach Law. He was a 6th century refugee from that area known as Saintonge. He became the Bishop of Aleth, a place nearby Saint-Malo
The text that Anne of Brittany (1477-1514), written in the Breton dialect, caused to have chiselled on the twin towers at the harbor entrance to the town, reads, "Here in this place one finds serenity, for such is my pleasure."
Much of the above biographical information comes from "Our French Canadian Ancestors" , by Thomas J. Laforest, volume 2. This is a translation from the Collection "Nos Ancetres" by Father Label.
My branch of the Malouin family seems to have moved from Quebec City to l'Assomption, to St. Roch l'Achigan, possibly to St. Esprit, Montcalm, to Valcourt, to Rhode Island. In the late 1800s, Cyrille and 3 of his sons left Valcourt to seek employment in the Central Falls, RI area. Today, their descendants are living in RI, Ma, Me, Ca, Pa, NY.
DESCENDANTS OF JEAN RINFRET DIT LE MALOUIN
Generation No. 1
1. JEAN RINFRET-DIT-LE2 MALOUIN (JULIEN1 RINFRET)1 was born Bet. 1662 - 1666 in St. Francois , St. Malo, Brittany, and died March 03, 1716/17 in Quebec. He married (1) MARGUERITE MASSARD November 28, 1693 in Pointe Levy, daughter of NICOLAS MASSARD and ANNE BELLESOEUR. He married (2) JEANNE LETELLIER1 June 05, 1703 in Levis, Quebec, daughter of ETIENNE LETELLIER and GENEVIEVE MEZARAY.
Children of JEAN MALOUIN and MARGUERITE MASSARD are:
i. LOUIS-JEAN3 MALOUIN, b. Bet. 1694 - 1702; d. Abt. 1702.
ii. GUILLAUME MALOUIN, b. Bet. 1694 - 1702; d. Abt. 1702.
iii. MARIE-ANNE MALOUIN, b. Bet. 1694 - 1702; d. Abt. 1702.
iv. MARIE-FRANCOISE MALOUIN, b. September 03, 1697.
v. CATHERINE MALOUIN, b. September 09, 1702; d. May 1704.
Children of JEAN MALOUIN and JEANNE LETELLIER are:
vi. MARIE-THERESE3 RINFRET-MALOUIN.
vii. JOSEPH RINFRET-MALOUIN.
viii. MARIE-THERESE RINFRET, d. 1730; m. JACQUES DEGUISE DIT FLAMANT.br>
ix. JOSEPH RINFRET, m. MARIE-MADELEINE GENDRON, June 02, 1738, Quebec, Nouvelle France.
Notes for JOSEPH RINFRET:
Their youngest child.
This couple had 13 children.
Their son Antoine became the first priest in the family on 11 Nov, 1781
x.PIERRE RINFRET-MALOUIN, b. August 10, 1705.
xi.PIERRE RINFRET, b. August 10, 1705; d. August 26, 1705.
xii. JEAN BAPTISTE RINFRET-DIT-MALOUIN, b. Bef. April 27, 1710, Quebec, Q; d. Bef. November 22, 1758.
Generation No. 2
2. JEAN BAPTISTE3 RINFRET-DIT-MALOUIN was born Bef. April 27, 1710 in Quebec, Q3, and died Bef. November 22, 1758. He married MARIE-JOSEPHTE SIMON-DELORME January 09, 1735/36 in Quebec, daughter of PIERRE SIMON/DELORME and URSULE HOMEL.
Notes for JEAN BAPTISTE RINFRET-DIT-MALOUIN:
Occ: Master Mason
This couple had 18 children
Children of JEAN RINFRET-DIT-MALOUIN and MARIE-JOSEPHTE SIMON-DELORME are:
3. i. JOSEPH4 RINFRET-MALOUIN.
4. ii. JEAN-FRANCOIS RINFRET-MALOUIN, b. Quebec, Q.
Generation No. 3
3. JOSEPH4 RINFRET-MALOUIN He married MARGUERITE MARSAN-DIT-LAPIERRE November 21, 1768 in L'Assomption, daughter of PIERRE MERCAN/LAPIERRE and GENEVIEVE JACQUIERE.
Child of JOSEPH RINFRET-MALOUIN and MARGUERITE MARSAN-DIT-LAPIERRE is:
5. i. JEAN MARIE RINFRET-5 MALOUIN, b. 1779; d. January 11, 1846, L'Assomption.
Generation No. 4
5. JEAN MARIE RINFRET-5 MALOUIN was born 1779, and died January 11, 1846 in L'Assomption. He married (1) CECILE CORSIN-PRETABOIRE November 09, 1802 in St-Roch l'Achigan, daughter of JEAN CORSIN-PRETABOIRE and CHARLOTTE RASSET. He married (2) ANGELIQUE CHAPUT September 25, 1843 in L'Assomption.
Children of JEAN MALOUIN and CECILE CORSIN-PRETABOIRE are:
i. MICHEL RINFRET-MALOUIN, m. LOUISE GAGNON, May 02, 1831, St Roch, Lachigan.
ii. MICHEL RINFRET-MALOUIN.
iii. MARIE RINFRET-MALOUIN.
7. iv. JOSEPH RINFRET-MALOUIN, b. Abt. 1804, L'Assomption; d. January 18, 1862, Valcourt, S. JosEly.
v. CECILE RINFRET-MALOUIN, b. 1805.
vi. JEAN MARIE RINFRET-MALOUIN, b. 1806.
vii. CECILE RINFRET-MALOUIN, b. 1807.
viii.JEAN MARIE RINFRET-MALOUIN, b. 1808.
ix. CECILE RINFRET-MALOUIN, b. 1809.
x. CECILE RINFRET-MALOUIN, b. 1812.
Generation No. 5
7. JOSEPH6 RINFRET-MALOUIN was born Abt. 1804 in L'Assomption, and died January 18, 1862 in Valcourt, S. JosEly. He married (1) HENRIETTE TRUDEAU February 14, 1831 in St.-Esprit QC, daughter of FRANCOIS TRUDEAU and APPOLINE MAZURET-LAPIERRE. He married (2) SOPHIE COUSINEAU November 03, 1847 in Montreal.
Children of JOSEPH RINFRET-MALOUIN and HENRIETTE TRUDEAU are:
i. CYRILLE RINFRET DIT7 MALOUIN, d. 1907.
10. ii. ANGELE MALOUIN, b. 1831, Valcourt, PQ; d. January 22, 1892, Valcourt, PQ.
iii. JOSEPH MALOUIN, b. February 23, 1833.
iv. JOSEPH MALOUIN, b. January 09, 1834.
v. PHILOMENE MALOUIN13, b. Abt. 1838; d. May 05, 1841, Notre Dame de Montreal.
Children of JOSEPH RINFRET-MALOUIN and SOPHIE COUSINEAU are:
vi. THOMAS RINFRET-MALOUIN.
vii. ETIENNE RINFRET-MALOUIN.
viii. BENJAMIN RINFRET-MALOUIN, b. 1856; d. July 12, 1883.
ix. THEOPHILE RINFRET-MALOUIN, b. May 24, 1856; d. February 16, 1857, Valcourt, S. JosEly.
Generation No. 6
9. CYRILLE RINFRET DIT MALOUIN was born app. 1827 died 1907. He married MARIANNE COUSINEAU 16, daughter of FRANCOIS COUSINEAU and MARIE ROUSSEL.
Marriage Notes for CYRILLE MALOUIN and MARIANNE COUSINEAU:
Have been unable to find this marriage as of Jan. 2002. Found the notation on microfilm at AFGS of "Drouin's Hard to Find Marriages". Names of spouses, and parents of both readable clearly, but the place of marriage or notary name totally unreadable. The year (? abt?) 1857 was legible.
Children of CYRILLE MALOUIN and MARIANNE COUSINEAU are:
12. i. CYRILLE RINFRET-8 MALOUIN, b. March 08, 1862, Valcourt, PQ; d. January 27, 1935, Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
ii. REMY MALOUIN, b. March 1865; d. July 21, 1867, Valcourt, S. JosEly.
Generation No. 7
12. CYRILLE RINFRET-8 MALOUIN was born March 08, 1862 in Valcourt, PQ, and died January 27, 1935 in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. He married MALVINA BELANGER September 19, 1881 in St David D'Yamaska, P.Q., daughter of JOSEPH BELANGER and MARIE MORISSETTE.
More About CYRILLE RINFRET- MALOUIN:
Age at death : 72 years, 10 mo.
Burial: Notre Dame cemetary, in family lot
Cause of Death: Chronic Nyo? and Acute Cardia?
Funeral Mass: Our Lady of Consolation
Residence: 1935, 17 Stearns St , Pawtucket, RI
More About MALVINA BELANGER:
Age at death (Facts Page): 63 years
Burial: Notre Dame Cemetary
Cause of Death: Cancer of the uterus
Funeral Mass: Notre Dame de Consolation, Paw., RI
Residence: 1924, 67 John St. , Pawtucket, RI
Children of CYRILLE MALOUIN and MALVINA BELANGER are:
i. MALVINA MALOUIN, b. January 28, 1883; d. August 10, 1952; m. (1) EMILIEN GARRY; m. (2) JOSEPH PROVOST.
ii. PIERRE MALOUIN, b. December 29, 1883; d. March 16, 1965; m. MARIE-ROSE BERNIER.
13. iii. HERMAN J MALOUIN, b. February 24, 1885, Valcourt, P.Q.; d. May 27, 1955, Cumberland, R.I.
iv. JOSEPH MALOUIN, b. July 07, 1886; d. May 21, 1972; m. (1) ELZIRE GEMME; m. (2) ANNA LEMAY, August 25, 1908, N.D. de Bonsecours de Stukely, Shefford County, Q.
v. REMI MALOUIN, b. November 16, 1887; d. November 25, 1941; m. ARZIANA ARCHAMBAULT.
vi. JOSEPH HERCULE MALOUIN, b. January 07, 1889; d. January 26, 1969; m. (1) MARIE-ALICE SAVARIA; m. (2) GEORGIANA BEAULIEU.
vii. EMILE MALOUIN, b. April 21, 1890; d. March 13, 1971; m. (1) ODINA LAVERDURE; m. (2) ROSE- ALME LEMAY.
viii. FORTUNAT MALOUIN, b. June 08, 1891; d. October 18, 1967; m. ANGELINE SAVARIA.
ix. JULIEANNA MALOUIN, b. August 19, 1892; d. September 08, 1974; m. EDMOND XAVIER ROBIN.
x. AURISE MALOUIN, b. March 06, 1894; d. March 08, 1981; m. ROSARIO LAVERDURE.
xi. MELINNA MALOUIN, b. May 11, 1895; d. Abt. 1899.
xii. DOSITHE MALOUIN, b. October 12, 1896; d. March 08, 1981; m. AURORE FONTAINE.
xiii. ELIZABETH MALOUIN, b. October 25, 1897; d. December 29, 1996; m. LOUIS EUGENE ROBIN.
xiv. LUCIA MALOUIN, b. December 14, 1898; d. June 05, 1977; m. JOSEPH MALO.
14. xv. EVA MALOUIN, b. January 26, 1900; d. May 15, 1991.
xvi. NAPOLEON MALOUIN, b. October 11, 1901; d. Abt. 1903.
xvii. LOUISIA MALOUIN, b. March 05, 1903, Berkeley , R.I.; d. March 07, 1980; m. ACHILLE D. BRICAULT, November 27, 1924.
Generation No. 8
13. HERMAN J9 MALOUIN was born February 24, 1885 in Valcourt, P.Q., and died May 27, 1955 in Cumberland, R.I.. He married CLARA MARIE MOREAU November 03, 1908 in Notre Dame, Central Falls, R.I.21, daughter of JOSEPH MOREAU and MARY FONTAINE.
Notes for HERMAN J MALOUIN:
Herman was sometimes known as Armand Malouin.
Burial: Notre Dame Cemetary, Pawtucket, RI Section 5 Plat 1626
Cause of Death: Coronary Thrombosis
Funeral Mass: May 31, 1955, St. Patrick Church, Valley Falls.
Medical Information: arteriosclerosis
Occupation: Millwright in Blackstone Valley Mills
Residence in 1943: 133 Woodbury St., Pawtucket, RI.
Notes for CLARA MARIE MOREAU:
Her daughter , Lillian, listed her mother's name as Clara Belle Moreau
Baptised: March 21, 1892, St. James, Manville, RI
Burial: Notre Dame Cemetary
Funeral Mass: St. Cecelia's Church
Godparents: March 21, 1892, Louis Laforet & Philomene Godin
Residence: 1943, 133 Woodbury St.
Children of HERMAN MALOUIN and CLARA MOREAU are:
i. HOMER "JOE" MALOUIN
ii. JEANNETTE R. MALOUIN
iii. ANTONIA "ALICE" MALOUIN
iv. MARIE IRENE MALOUIN, b. March 27, 1912, Central Falls, RI; d. April 04, 1912, Central Falls, RI.
Notes for MARIE IRENE MALOUIN:
Info found in 2001 in AFGS--follow up death info found in Town Hall , Central Falls
More About MARIE IRENE MALOUIN:
Age at death (Facts Page): 8 days old
Baptism: March 31, 1912, St. Matthew Parish, Central Falls, RI
Godparents: March 31, 1912, Joseph Provost & Malvina Malouin
18. v. CHARLES ARTHUR MALOUIN, b. June 18, 1913, Central Falls, Rhode Island; d. March 02, 1998, Attleboro, Massachusetts.
vi. ERNEST J. MALOUIN, d. July 20, 1945, Japan---MIA in WW 11.
Notes for ERNEST J. MALOUIN:
Sergeant Ernest J. Malouin, a B29 Superfortress gunner, was on his first bombing mission when he was first reported missing in action, July 20, 1945. He was a member of an 11 man crew which left Saipan on a night bombardment mission over Hitachi, Japan. Unconfirmed reports say the plane was seen to crash and explode in the water after leaving the target. An extensive search was made without result.
Inducted from: Rhode Island
Combat Organization: 877th Bomber Squadron 499th Bomber,
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
U.S. Awards: Purple Heart Medal , Air Medal
vii. RITA MALOUIN
viii. JOSEPH WILFRED "BILL" MALOUIN
ix. DORIS (MARIE DORIS BELLA) MALOUIN
x. CLAIRE (LILLIAN) MALOUIN
xi. THERESA "TERI" MALOUIN
xii. DONALD JOSEPH MALOUIN
Generation No. 9
18. CHARLES ARTHUR10 MALOUIN was born June 18, 1913 in Central Falls, Rhode Island, and died March 02, 1998 in Attleboro, Massachusetts. He married MARIE SIMONNE LAMONTAGNE May 04, 1935 in Our Lady of Consolation Church , Pawtucket, RI, daughter of ELPHEGE LAMONTAGNE and CHRISTIANA HOGUE.
Notes for CHARLES ARTHUR MALOUIN:
see bio folder
Notes for MARIE SIMONNE LAMONTAGNE:
see bio folder
Birth certificate not available. Never recorded. She was born at home.
Children of CHARLES MALOUIN and MARIE LAMONTAGNE are:
i. MARY ILENE MALOUIN, b. September 03, 1938, Hamilton St., Newton, New Jersey.
ii. RONALD CHARLES MALOUIN
27. MARY ILENE11 MALOUIN (CHARLES ARTHUR10, HERMAN J9, CYRILLE RINFRET-8, CYRILLE RINFRET DIT7, JOSEPH6 RINFRET-MALOUIN, JEAN MARIE RINFRET-5 MALOUIN, JOSEPH4 RINFRET-MALOUIN, JEAN BAPTISTE3 RINFRET-DIT-MALOUIN, JEAN RINFRET-DIT-LE2 MALOUIN, JULIEN1 RINFRET)28 was born September 03, 1938 in Hamilton St., Newton, New Jersey28. She married (1) ROLAND A. ROBERGE July 02, 1956 in North Attleboro, Massachusetts USA, son of GERARD ROBERGE and CLEMENTINE DION. She married (2) PAUL FRANCIS TRAINOR October 01, 1988 in Norton, Massachusetts, USA.
Notes for MARY ILENE MALOUIN:
Known as Ilene. My birth name, "Mary-Ilene" never caught on, as wished by mother. I was always called simply "Ilene". I am using my birth name in all my genealogy communications to fulfill my mother's wish.
More About MARY ILENE MALOUIN:
First Communion: Our Lady of Consolation Church, Paw. R.I., 10 May 1945
Godparents: Gabriel Lamontagne and Yvonne
Name adopted at confirmation: Theresa
Children of MARY ILENE MALOUIN and ROLAND ROBERGE are:
i. DENISE MARIE ROBERGE
ii. DORINNE THERESA ROBERGE
iii. ROLAND ARTHUR ROBERGE
iv. GREGORY LEONARD ROBERGE
Jean Rinfret-Malouin de St. Francois de St. Malo, Bretagne, married Jeanne LeTellier --1704--Quebec
Etienne Letellier ,de Pitres, Normandie, married Genevieve Mezeray --1661---Quebec
Rene Mezeray ,de Thury, Harcourt, Normandie, married Nicole Gareman, de France--1645--Quebec
Hubert Simon, de Taverny, pres de Paris, Ile de France, married Marie Viez, de France--1659--Quebec
Anne Jeanne Hardy married Pierre Simon-DeLorme, de Quebec--1687--Pointe-Aux Trembles
Charles Homel, de St. Jacques de Dieppe, Normandie, married Angelique LeValleur-- 1682--C.N. Duquet
Jean LeVasseur, de Baie Guillaume, Rouen, Normandie, married Marguerite Richard , de Paris, Ile de France--1646--C.N. Lecot & Lesemelier
Pierre Mercan, de St Nicolas, Rouen, Normandie married Francoise Boisela, de St Sauveur de Paris, --1670--Quebec
Jean Desroches, de Ste Lucie, pres d'Autun, Bourgone, married Francoise Gode---1647--Montreal
Pierre Perthius, de St Denis d'Amboise, Tours, Touraine, married Claude Damise (Fille du Roi), de St. Nicolas du Cordonnet de Paris, Ile de France--1668--Montreal
Jean Jacquiere, de St. Catherine de Bruxelles, Brabant, Belgique, married Catherine Gilmaut-Gilmont --1715--Montreal
Francois Guilmont-Lalande de St Martin, ville de Mayenne, diocese de Mans, Maine, Fr, married Madeleine DuPont, de Paris, Ile de France---1684--Quebec
Jean Corsin, de N.D. du Bourg en Bourgone, married Charlotte Racette/Rasset --1773--L'Assomption
Jean Rasset, de St. Genevieve en Bray, Rouen, Normandie, married Jeanne Chappeau, de Quebec,--1678--Quebec
Pierre Chapeau, de Ste Soulle en Aunis, married Marie Duval, de St Aubin, Normandie, Fr,--1637--Quebec
Jean Mathieu Corteux-Mathieu, de Coulognes pres de Montigras, Argouvois, married Anne Duterte, de St Pierre de la Poterie, Perche, France--1669--Chateau Richer
Guillaume LeClerc, de St. Jean, Rouen married M. Therese Hunault --1676--Montreal
Toussaint Hunault, de St Pierre en Champs, diocese de Beauvais, Ile de France, married Marie Lorgueil (Lorgueil-Arcouet) --1654--Montreal
Etienne Truteau, de LaRochelle, Fr., married Adrienne Barbier--1667--Montreal
Jean Baptiste Menard, de (Trois Rivieres?), married Marguerite Louise Etienne, 1681--Ste Famille, Boucherville
Philippe Etienne , de St Jean d'Angely, Santonge, Fr, married Marie Vien , de Saintonge, Fr., --1655--Trois Rivieres?
Jean Aubuchon married Marguerite Sedilot, de Montreuil-sur-Breche, Picardie,--1655--_____
Jean Cusson ,de Ste Marguerite sur Duclair, Normandie, married Marie Foubert, de St Vivien de Rouen--1656--Trois Rivieres
Jean Trudel, de Parfondeval, Perche, married Marguerite Thomas ,de Stavelot de Liege, Belgique,--1655--Quebec
Jacques Thuillier , de France, married Jeanne Bernard, de France--1669--Montreal
Hughes Picard, de St Colombin, dioc. de Nantes, Bretagne, married Antoinete Liercourt de Ste Marg de Beauvais, Ile de France, --1660--Montreal
Jean Batpiste Lefbvre, de St. Germain D'Amiens, Picardie, married Cunegonde Gervaise,--1676--Montreal
Jean Gervaise, de Souvigne Chateau la Valliere, Touraine, married Anne Archambault--1654--Montreal
Pierre Mazure married Angelique Vegiard,---1714--______
Pierre Charron, de St Martin de Meaux, Champagne married Catherine Pillart, de LaRochelle,--1665--Montreal
Nicholas Pion, de St Pierre des Boile, Tours, Touraine, married Jeanne Amiot, de St Pierre de Longres, Champagne, --1673--Quebec
Pierre Chicoine ,de Channay sur Lathan, d'Angers, Anjou married Madeleine Chretien, de St Eustache de Paris, Ile de France, ---1670--Montreal
Nicolas Perrot married M. Madeleine Raclot, de France--1671--_____
Jacques Goulet, de St Pierre de la Poterie au Perche, married Marguerite Maillier, de St Pierre de la Poterie au Perche, --(their son Charles was married in Quebec, it is not clear if Jacques and Marg. were in New France)
Charles Rancin, de Montroy dio. de LaRochelle, Aunis, married Francoise Conflans, de Bourg de Conflans, Ste Honorine, Ile de France---?-----?
Maurice Rivet, de N.D. de Cogne, de LaRochelle, married Marie Cusson ,de Trois Rivieres--1671--_____
Honore Langlois, de Paris, married Marie Pontonnier, de Lude, dioc. D'Angers, Anjou--1661--Montreal
Jean Langlois, de (Montreal?), married Jeanne Gaultier, de France--1698--Varennes, Quebec