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Discover the origins and elements of the genealogy and civil status of Francois Lacroix in French America (Quebec)

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Child of: Francois and Jeanne Huot

Origin: Estouville, archev. Rouen, Normandie

Born around 1641

Deceased in 1710 in Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré

Married to Anne Gasnier, on 1670-09-11 in Sainte-Anne-De-Beaupre

Profession(s): Servant

Main events:

  • 1666: Census: servant of Pierre Gagnon
  • 1668: Marriage settlement that did not come into effect with Marguerite Drouin
  • 1669 to 1696: Made many gifts to the church of Sainte-Anne-du-Petit-Cap
  • 1681: Census: 1 gun, 7 corned cattle and 7 acres in cultivation

Main court judgments:

  • 1683: Churchwarden in Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré when Charles Aubert de la Chesnaye claims 777 pounds for goods; the church council is condemned; he says that he knew nothing

Main transactions:

  • 1668: Pierre Butaut sells him a portion of the land that was owned before by Gilles Moulineux
  • 1677: Buys from Pierre Gagnon 1 acre wide x 50 acres deep (against 1 acre x 7 acres of his land)
  • 1678: Olivier Gagné sells him 1,5 acre wide and another 1,5 acre wide (200 pounds))
  • 1694: Jean Le Picard rents him for 5 years 2 properties near the grand river, including the animals
  • 1699: Gives his son Louis the concession he got from Olivier Gagné
  • 1703: Cacellation of the gift he made to his son in 1699
  • 1704: Gives his son Augustin 3 acres wide x 1,5 league deep
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