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Discover the origins and elements of the genealogy and civil status of Laurent Philippe-Lafontaine in French America (Quebec)

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Child of: Charles and Marie Boulay

Origin: Saint-Georges, Blois, év. Chartres

Born around 1639

Deceased in 1690 in St-François-du-Lac

Married to Charlotte Giguere, on 1669-10-15 in Sainte-Anne-De-Beaupre

Profession(s): Seigneur (Lord), Soldier

Main events:

  • 1639: His father was notary royal
  • 1665: Soldier in the Trois-Rivières garrison
  • 1669: Settles in the seigneurie of St-François-du-Lac
  • 1681: Census: 8 guns, 12 horned cattle, 30 acres in cultivation
  • 1683: Seigneur of Pierreville

Main court judgments:

  • 1665: Réclaims to be paid for his numerous trips in the last 4 years at the governors' request; gets 1 jerkin and 1 breeches

Main transactions:

  • 1672: Hires Pierre Doret for 2 years (100 pounds /year)
  • 1674: Hires companion Martin Ducros for 1 year (120 pounds)
  • 1682: Jean Crevier sells him half the boat named Le St-François (1500 pounds cash)
  • 1686: Rents the boat Le St-Laurent to Pierre Amiot and Gilles Couturier for the time of the navigation
  • 1687: Pierre Amiot sells him 2 lands totaling 10 acres wide at St-François-du-Lac (400 pounds)
  • 1687 to 1689: Rents the boat Le St-Laurent to Pierre Amiot and Gilles Couturier (350 pounds /year)
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