Jean Morisset-Moricet was born on August 17, 1641 et was baptized the next day in Surgères, Charente-Maritime, France. Son of Paul Moricet and Mathurine Guillois, he married Jeanne Choret, daughter of Mathieu Choret and Sébatienne Veillon, on January 14, 1669 in Beauport. From this union were born 14 children. He immigrated to New France in 1661 and has been confirmed in 1662 in Château-Richer. He settled in Ile d'Orléans. In 1681, he owned 1 rifle, 5 heads of cattle and 20 acres of land. He died on August 15, 1699 and was buried on August 16, 1699 in Ile d'Orléans.
Mathurin Morisset-Moricet was baptized on May 9, 1648 in Thouarsais, Vendée, France. Son of Nicolas Moricet and Marie Thomas, he married Elisabeth Coquin, daughter of Pierre and Catherine Beaudin, on January 9, 1690 in Neuville. From this union were born 10 children. He came in 1689 and settled in Portneuf after his wedding. He became blind in 1708 and his wife took care of every transactions. After her death in 1714, their son, Mathurin, took care of him. He was buried on January 8, 1717 in Cap-Santé.