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Origin and genealogy of François Thibault in French America (Quebec)

Original record of François Thibault
File of François Thibault

Status : Married

Date of baptism : 1647-06-28

Place of origin : La Flotte (Ste-Catherine) (Charente-Maritime)

Parents : Louis THIBAULT and Renée Gauthier

Date of marriage of parents : 1643-10-29

Place of marriage of parents : La Flotte (Ste-Catherine)

First mention in the country : 1665

Occupation on arrival : Domestique engagé par Charles Babin (ct Pierre Teuleron, La Rochelle, 31-03-1665

Date of marriage : 1670-10-14

Place of marriage : Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré

Spouse : Élisabeth-Agnès Lefebvre

Death or burial : Cap-St-Ignace, 1724-11-10

Notes (in french) : En 1643, ses parents sont Louis Thibaud et Renée Gautier. Ses frères et soeurs sont baptisés à La Flotte (Ste-Catherine) : Marie-1, 05-12-1644 ; Louis, 15-11-1649 ; Jacques, 27-11-1652 ; Catherine, 25-01-1655 ; Marie-2, 22-12-1658 et Jehan, 06-08-1660. Le mariage de ses parents est non filiatif. Une plaque commémorative est apposée le 17-09-1993 dans l'église Ste-Catherine à La Flotte.

The above data is a reproduction authorized by the Quebec Federation of Genealogical Societies according to the rights granted to J. T. Recherches inc.

Profession(s): Servant

Main events:

  • 1665: Engages in La Rochelle for 3 ans to Pierre Gaigneur, at 75 pounds /year
  • 1665: Arrives the ship Le Cat of Hollande
  • 1666 to 1667: At the time of thes census, servant of Robert Paré
  • 1681: Census: 1 gun, 4 horned cattle and 5 acres in cultivation
  • 1713: Nicolas Fournier is elected tutor of his 20 years old son (he ratifies the choice)

Main transactions:

  • 1669: Buys fromGilles Moulineux 1 acre of low land and 2 1/2 acres of high land in Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré (45 pounds)
  • 1671: Sells his land in Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré to Olivier gagné (60 pounds)
  • 1674: Geneviève de Chavigny concedes him 25 acres at Cap-Saint-Ignace in the Seigneurie de Vincelot
  • 1682: Barbe Rotteau sells him 2 acres wide x 1 1/2 league deep in Château-Richer (1000 pounds, payable at 50 pounds /year)
  • 1689: Sells his land in Château-Richer to Louis Michel at the same price and conditions
  • 1697: Joseph Amiot concedes him 120 acres in his Seigneurie de Vincelot and 40 acres next to his house
  • 1707: Gets another concession of 120 acres
  • 1711: Sells Ignace Bouchard the 120 acres conceded to him in 1707 (150 pounds)
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