__ __| | |__ | |--Terry Richard BAKER | | __ |__| |__
_Marin BOUCHER ___ _Pierre "dit_Pitoche" BOUCHER _| | |_Perrine MALLET __+ | |--Prisque BOUCHER | | _Pierre ST-DENIS _ |_Marie Anne ST-DENIS __________| |_Vivienne BUNEL __
!BIRTH-BAPTISM: Renee Jette, "Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles du Quebec"
1983, University of Montreal, Page 137.
________________________________________ _Rene_Louis "de Lotbiniere" CHARTIER _| | |________________________________________ | |--Marie Madeleine CHARTIER | | _Eustache "Sieur_de Ste-Marie" LAMBERT _+ |_Marie Madeleine LAMBERT _____________| |_Marie LAURENCE ________________________
!BIRTH: "Ancestral File" - Computer based, CD-ROM collection
Property of the Mormon Church, Family History Center, Manchester, NH.
Person ID# H6K4-BX
_Joseph Jonathan HINSE _+ _Clement HAINES _______| | |_Marie PAUZE ___________+ | |--Eustache HAINES | | _Louis PROUX ___________+ |_Marie Josephe PROULX _| |_Marie DUFRESNE ________+
___________________ _Nicolas HEBERT __| | |___________________ | |--Louis HEBERT | | _Simon PAJOT ______ |_Jaqueline PAJOT _| |_Jeanne GUERINEAU _
!BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL-MARRIAGE-COMMENT: Renee Jette, "Dictionnaire Genealogique
des Familles du Quebec" 1983, University of Montreal, Page 561.
Louis Hebert first came to New France in 1606, but returned to France
before returning in 1617 to stay. Considered "the first family of Quebec"
Hebert established in Quebec in 1617. He planted the first wheat in
Canada, perhaps in North America. He received, in 1626, the confirmation
of a land grant made to him in 1623. In his request of 1623 to the Duke
of Ventadour, he said that for the advancement of the country, he had
sold all his goods in Paris, having left his friends and parents to start a
colony and a Christian people (tribe). The Colony proved to be a complete
failure by the death of Louis, due to a fall, January 25, 1627, in Quebec.
After Champlain himself (who settled Quebec), Hebert played the
greatest role in the establishment of Quebec and the advancement of New
France (Canada). "He (Louis Hebert)", said Champlain, "was the first head
of a family residing in the country, who lived on what he raised." THe
body of Hebert was solomnly interred in the cemetery of the Recollects
at the Convent (Monastery) of St. Charles. Later, his remains were found
and were deposited in a ceder coffin; and in 1678, Father Valentine Le
Roux Superior of the Recollects, had them transferred to the crypt of
thier church at Haute Ville in Quebec.
He was grocer and apothicaire in Acadie (Port Royal) from 1606-1607 and
1611-1613 then in Quebec. District Attorney for the King 1621.
_Etienne LAMBERT _________+ _Etienne LAMBERT _| | |_Madeleine MARTINEAU _____ | |--Etienne LAMBERT | | _Jean Baptiste LAMBERT ___+ |_Marie LAMBERT ___| |_Marie Genevieve LAMBERT _+
_Guillaume LEROY _+ _Guillaume ROY _____| | |_Angelique BAZIN _+ | |--Joseph ROY | | _Charles COUTURE _+ |_Genevieve COUTURE _| |_Marie HUARD _____+
!MARRIAGE-PLACE: at St. Etienne de Beaumont, Bellechase, PQ, Canada the source:
"Roy Family History", Property of American-Canadian Genealogical Society,
Personal family history collection by members, Manchester, NH, Book F/G 173 a.
__ __| | |__ | |--Mary Bradford WHITE | | __ |__| |__