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Gaspard Boucher

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Gaspard Boucher
Born in Mortagne-au-Perche, Mortagne-au-Perche, Orne, Francemap
Husband of — married in Mamers, Le Mans, Sarthe, Francemap
Died about in Trois Rivieres, PQ, Canadamap
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Contents

Biography

Information, Other Kids, Notes etc.

Occupation: Carpenter in Notre Dame de Mortagne

Père : JACQUES BOUCHER Mère : FRANCOISE PAIGNE PRDH

Bapt / Source Birth: Circa 1599 v. Mortagne, ev. Sees, Perche (Ar. Mortagne, Orne) PRDH

YEAR OF BIRTH OF THIS IMMIGRANT COMES FROM THE FICHIER ORIGINE PRDH

Died between 20-5-1662 and the 1666 census

Parent of Marin married to Julienne Baril

there is no mention of death

He is a carpenter and woodworker in Mortagne-au-Perche. Écuyer Pierre Boucher de Grosbois and Gaspard Boucher immigrated to Quebec, Canada in June 1634. Gaspard Boucher in Québec, Capitale-Nationale, Quebec January 30, 1645. He builds at the bottom of the hill near the fort, on a grant of twenty-four acres, on the river Trois-Rivières, Mauricie, Quebec. He died between May 20 1662 and December 31, 1666 in Trois-Rivières before the census and supposedly he died when his house burned down.

Marriage or Union Gaspard at 23 & Nicole Lemaire at 27 1622 before 1 August 1622 France Source: Mariage PRDH

Biographie

Gaspard Boucher 1, 2, 3, 4 (1599 - 1662) nait vers 1599 à Mortagne-au-Perche, Mortagne-au-Perche, Orne, France 2, 4, 5, 6. Il épouse Nicole Lemaire, fille de Nicolas Lemaire et Marie Castrie le 12 décembre 1619 à Mamers, Le Mans, Sarthe, France 4, 5, 7, 8, 9. Il est charpentier et menuisier à Mortagne-au-Perche 5, 10. Écuyer Pierre Boucher de Grosbois et Gaspard Boucher immigrent en juin 1634 au Québec, Canada 7, 11. Il se batit au bas du coteau où est le fort, sur une concession de vingt-quatre arpents, sur la rivière de de Trois-Rivières, Mauricie, Québec 9.

Il décède entre le 20 mai 1662 et le 31 décembre 1666 à Trois-Rivières avant le recensement, il mourut brûlé dans sa maison 4, 9, 12.

Gaspard Boucher est à Québec, Capitale-Nationale, Québec le 30 janvier 1645.

Liste de ses enfants connus: + 1. Dame Marie Boucher de Saint-Étienne (1629 - 1706) (de Nicole Lemaire) + 2. Marguerite Boucher (1631 - 1669) (de Nicole Lemaire) + 3. Madeleine Boucher (1634 - 1691) (de Nicole Lemaire) + 4. Écuyer Pierre Boucher de Grosbois (1622 - 1717) (de Nicole Lemaire)

5. Charles Boucher (1620 - ) (de Nicole Lemaire) 6. Nicolas Boucher (1627 - 1649) (de Nicole Lemaire)

1. Tanguay - Volume 1, p. 31, 71, 336, 472, 569

2. Fichier Origine - version 13, 15 octobre 2000

3. Histoire de Lauzon - p. 594

4. Noblesse Québécoise - Table 29

5. Tanguay - Volume 1, p. 71

6. Courriel de Jacques Dupuis - 17 mars 2004 (vers 1590)

7. Courriel de Patrick Lahoudie - 8 avril 2004

8. Courriel de Jacques Dupuis - 17 mars 2004

9. Courriel de R. Charron-Chénier - 7 janvier 2004

10. Fichier Origine - version 13, 15 octobre 2000, menuisier

11. Noblesse Québécoise - Table 29 (1635)

12. Courriel de Patrick Lahoudie - 8 avril 2004 (1662) Source: Généalogie Québec.


Décédé entre le 20-5-1662 et le recensement de 1666 Décédé 1663 Trois-Rivières (selon Fichier Origine)

Il est charpentier et menuisier à Mortagne-au-Perche. Écuyer Pierre Boucher de Grosbois et Gaspard Boucher immigrent en juin 1634 au Québec, Canada. Gaspard Boucher est à Québec, Capitale-Nationale, Québec le 30 janvier 1645. Il se batit au bas du coteau où est le fort, sur une concession de vingt-quatre arpents, sur la rivière de de Trois-Rivières, Mauricie, Québec. Il décède entre le 20 mai 1662 et le 31 décembre 1666 à Trois-Rivières avant le recensement, il mourut brûlé dans sa maison. Source: Nos origines.


Notes

Note: Line 308:
OCCU MENUISIER ET CULTIVATEUR
Note: Line 314:
BAPM PLAC ST-LANGIS, MORTAGNE
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DEAT DATE EN 1662
Note: DE 1629 A 1632, LA VOUVELLE-FRANCE EST SOUS L'OCCUPATION DES FRERES KIRKE ET
PRESQUE TOUS LES FRANCAIS RETOURNENT EN FRANCE Y COMPRIS ROBERT GIFFARD QUI
REVIENT EN 1634 AVEC TOUS LES COLONS QU'IL PEUT RECRUTER. EN 1635, GASPARD HE-
RITA DE SA BELLE-MERE MARIE GASTRIE, DELAISSEE PAR SON SECOND MARI PIERRE DELOR
ME, PARCE QU'ILS L'ONT GARDEE PENDANT 18 MOIS.ILS VENDENT TOUT ET S'EMBARQUENT
A DIEPPE SUR LE SAINT-JACQUES ET ARRIVENT A QUEBEC VERS LE 12 JUILLET 1635. IL
FUT FERMIER DES JESUITES DE BEAUPORT 10 ANNEES.S'ETABLIT A TROIS-RIVIERES 1644
Note: Line 4794:
MARR PLAC NOTRE-DAME DE MORTAGNE, PERCHE


Notes

Note N323Genealogy of the French in North America
The family of Gaspard BOUCHER and Nicole LEMAIRE
[21] BOUCHER, Gaspard (Jacques & Françoise PAIGNÉ [38754]), carpenter (menuisier), born about 1599 Mortagne-au-Perche (Orne : 610293), France, died between 1662-05-20 and census 1666
* married about 1619, from Mamers ? (Sarthe : 720180), France
LEMAIRE, Nicole (Nicolas (or) & Marie GASTRIE [44604]), baptized 1595-03-10 Mamers (Sarthe : 720180), France, died between 1652-06-19 and census 1666 Trois-Rivières (Qc)
1) Charles, baptized 1620-04-07 Mortagne-au-Perche (Notre-Dame) (Orne : 610293), France
2) Antoinette, baptized 1621-08-06 Mortagne-au-Perche (Notre-Dame) (Orne : 610293), France
3) Pierre, seigneur de Boucherville, baptized 1622-08-01 Mortagne-au-Perche (Notre-Dame) (Orne : 610293), France, died 1717-04-19, buried 1717-04-20 Boucherville (Qc), marriage contract 1649-01-17 (depositary Guillaume Audouart) Marie Madeleine OUÉBADINOUKOUÉ dit CHRÉTIENNE, married Québec (Qc) 1652-07-09 Jeanne CREVIER
4) Nicolas, baptized 1625-09-09 Mortagne-au-Perche (Notre-Dame) (Orne : 610293), France, died 1649-03-23, buried 1649-03-23 Trois-Rivières (Qc)
5) Charles, baptized 1628-03-04 Mortagne-au-Perche (Notre-Dame) (Orne : 610293), France
6) Marie, baptized 1629-01-22 Mortagne-au-Perche (Saint-Jean) (Orne : 610293), France, died 1706-11-29, buried 1706-11-30 Batiscan (Qc), married Québec (Qc) 1645-01-30 Étienne LAFOND
7) Marguerite, baptized 1631-07-28 Mortagne-au-Perche (Notre-Dame) (Orne : 610293), France, died before inventory 1669-12-24, marriage contract 1645-12-25 (depositary Guillaume Audouart) Toussaint TOUPIN dit DUCLOS
8) Madeleine, born about 1634 (rec. 1666) Mortagne-au-Perche (Orne : 610293), France, died 1691-09-13, buried 1691-09-14 Trois-Rivières (Qc), marriage contract 1650-05-29 daté 1647-11-18 (depositary Guillaume Audouart) Urbain BEAUDRY dit LAMARCHE
Bibliographie : Rapport de l'Archiviste de la Province de Québec; Origine des émigrants du département de la Sarthe; Origine des familles canadiennes; PRDH-RAB
http://www.francogene.com/quebec--genealogy/000/000021.php
Immigrants to New France
From: http://earline.springnote.com/pages/2494962

THE IMMIGRANTS

The typical emigrant was a 37-1/2 year old illiterate bachelor from the Seigneury or Canton of Tourouvre who was a laborer or carpenter and who signed a 36 month engagement to work in New France.
The Perche pioneers were also prolific. LInstitut National dEtudes Demographiques of the University of Montreal published Naissance dune Population in 1987 which provided a lot of demographics concerning the Quebec pioneers prior to 1730. Among other lists the publication presented the ranking of the pioneers by the number of descendants they had prior to 1730, roughly three generations after their arrival in Quebec. In the top ten in Quebec there were: first Jean GUYON & Mathurine ROBIN with 2,150 descendants; second Zacharie CLOUTIER & Sainte DUPONT 2,090; fourth Marin BOUCHER with Julienne BARIL & Perrine MALLET 1,454; fifth Noel LANGLOIS & Francoise GRENIER with 1,388 and tenth Nicolas PELLETIER & Jeanne de VOUZY with 939.Most of the following list of Percheron/Percherones came from an unpublished document by Jean-Francois HUBERT-ROULEAU. Although written in Perche, it is evident that some of the authors material came from Jette. For instance, the occupation and titles such as Seigneur of a person may have been the persons status in New France.
I dont pretend that the following is a complete list of immigrants from Perche as well as areas of Orne that are not within Perche. In abbreviated format Ive provided when known: Name of emigrant; Occupation; accompanying family members; origin (usually the place where born); place and year of departure from France; Contract Length; Annual Salary in pounds; Whether could sign name or couldnt sign name; Marital status; and name, place and year of marriage of single women; and page of Jette where the person can be found. If an immigrant the person is shown as Not in Jette, there is a high probability that the person returned to France after his or her 36- or 60-month contract was completed. Ive indicated when death was in France if that information was available.
ALOGNON, Pierre (Laborer) departed from Tourouvre. 24 mo. contract 11 Mar 1647 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 60 pounds. Received a pair of shoes, a hat and a homespun cloak. Single. Couldnt write his name. Not in Jette.
AUBIN, Michel (Domestic) departed from Tourouvre. Single. Jette p21.
BARRE, Jacques (Soldier) from Argentan (In Orne but not Perche). Jette p52.
BEAUVAIS, Jacques (Chaufronier) from Ige. Jette p70.
BELANGER, Jacques (Mason) from Sees (In Orne but not in Perche). Departed 1636 Jette p 76.
BERMEN, Claude (Judge) departed La Ferte Vidame 1662. Cousin of Jean JUCHEREAU. Jette p89.
BISSON, Florent from Contres; with wife Jeanne YVON & children Mathurine & Michel departed St-Cosme-de-Vair. Brother of Gervais BISSON; Father-in-Law of Simon ROCHERON. Jette p107.
BISSON, Gervais (Domestic) from Contres; with wife Marie LEREAU & children Gervais & Antoine departed St-Cosme-de-Vair. Jette p107.
BOISSEL, Jacques (Mason) with wife Marie ERIPEL from the diocese of Chartres (may not be in Perche),departed about 1639. Jette p121.
BOISSON, Jean (Gunsmith) with wife Jacqueline CHAMBOY, sisters Mathurine & Barbe , & daughters Louise & Jeanne (became a nun) departed Mortagne. Jette p932
BOUCHARD, Claude (Tailor) departed St-Cosme-de-Vair. Jette p132.
BOUCHER, Gaspard ( Woodworker) with children Pierre, Nicolas, Marie & Marguerite and related to Marin, departed Mortagne 1634. Jette p136.
BOUCHER , Marin (Mason) with 2 nd wife Periine MALLET & children Francois, Louis-Marin & Jean- Galleran, departed Mortagne 1634/5. Jette p135/6.
BOULAY, Robert with wife Francoise GRENIER & daughter Jacqueline departed Loise 1662. Jette p145.
BOYER Barbe from St-Maurice les Charencey. Married Paul CARTIER in Quebec in 1673. Jette p205
BRUNET, Mathieu from Tourouvre or LAigle. Departed France in 1667. Jette p180
CHABOT, Marie departed Randonnai. Jette p214.
CHASTEL, Thomine, widow of Jean BIGOT, with children Francoise & Jean departed La Ventrouze. Jette p100.
CHATEL, Michel departed Randonnai. Son-in-law of Aubin LAMBERT. Jette p239
CHAUDON, Philibert departed Tourouvre 1647. 36 mo. contract 19 Mar 1647 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 90 pounds. Couldnt sign his name. Married. Not in Jette.
CHAUVIGNY (PELTRIE), Marie-Madeleine de Dame de la, departed Bivilliers 1639. Founded the Ursulines. Jette p241.
CHAUVIN, Marin departed Tourouvre 1648. 36 mo. contract 6 Mar 1648 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 40 pounds, 10 in advance. Couldnt sign his name. Jette p241.
CHEMIN, Jean departed Randonnai 1647. 36 mo. contract 1 Mar 1648 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 66 pounds. 15 pound advance. Couldnt sign his name. Single. Not in Jette.
CHEVALIER Charlotte, widow of Jacques GAUDRY, with sons Nicolas & Jacques, departed Feings 1651-3. Jette p472.
CLOUTIER, Zacharie (Carpenter) with wife Sainte DUPONT and children Zacharie, Jean, Anne, Charles, & Louise departed Mortagne 1634. Jette p259.
COCHEREAU, Pierre from Renouard. Returned to France. Jette p262
COSNARD, Martin departed Randonnai 1648. Furnaceman. 36 mo. contract 2 Mar 1648 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 60 pounds, 15 in advance. Didnt know how to sign his name. Not in Jette.
COTE, Jean departed 1635 probably Mortagne. Jette p.273.
COURBIER, Guillaume from Alencon (not in Perche), departed LaRochelle 1722. Jette p283.
CRETE or CRESTE, Jean (Master cartwright) and his wife Marguerite GAULIN departed Tourouvre 1649. Jean was nephew of Sebastien LEGRAND. Marguerite was sister of Francois & Pierre. 36 mo. contract 18 Mar 1649 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 80 pounds. Could sign his name. Jette p292.
BIDARD, Marie from Alencon (In Orne but not in Perche). Married Honore DANIS Montreal 1659. Jette p305.
DELAUNEY, Nicholas departed Toruouvre. Jette p 320.
DODIER, Jacques (Laborer) from Champaissant. Jette p355
DODIER, Sebastien (Carpenter) departed Ige alone. Returned to France then back to Quebec with his wife Marie BELHOMME, and children Catherine, Sebastien, & Marie departed Ige 1643 or 1644. Jette p355.
DROUET, Francois probably departed from Mortagne. Jette p362.
DROUET dit LAPERCHE, Francois (Navigator) departed Tourouvre . Returned to France. Not in Jette.
DROUIN, Robert (tiler & bricklayer) departed Pin-la-Garenne 1634. Jette p362.
DUBOIS, Jean from Senonches departed France in 1648. 36 mo. contract 17 Mar 1648 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 66 pounds. Couldnt write his name. Returned to France. Not in Jette.
DUMORTIER, Madeleine departed Chemilly, district of Mortagne. Married Timothee ROUSSEL Quebec 1667. Jette p 1014.
DUROY, Pierre (Merchant & Boucher) from Roiville, district of Argentan, (Orne but not Perche). Jette p396.
DUTARTRE, Francois (Laborer) departed 1648 from Cherency 36 mo. contract 2 Mar 1648 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 60, 15 in advance. Couldnt sign his name. Not in Jette.
DUTARTRE, Gilles (Gunsmith) departed from St-Sauveur de Belleme. Jette p397.
DUTEIL, Rene (Manual laborer) departed 1647 probably from Bubertre. 36 mo. contract 18 Feb 1647 Notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 100 pounds. Couldnt sign his name. Single. Not in Jette.
ENJOUIS, Pierre (Laborer) departed 1648 probably from Cherency. 36 mo. contract 2 Mar 1648 notary CHOISNEAU. Annual salary 66 pounds, 15 in advance. Could sign his name. Single. Not in Jette.
FORESTIER, Jean from Sees (In Orne but not in Perche. Jette p427.
FORGET, Nicolas from Alencon, (In Orne not in Perche. Jette p428.
FORTIN, Julien from Notre-Dame-de-Vair. Jette p431.
FOURNIER, Guillaume from Coulimer, district of Argentan (In Orne but not in Perche). Jette p437.
FRONDIERE, Raoullin departed from Tourouvre 1647. 36 mo. contract 10 Apr 1647 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 90 pounds. Received a pair of shoes. Couldnt sign his name. Single.. Not in Jette.
GADOIS, Pierre (Merchant), with wife Louise MAUGER, & children Robert & Pierre departed Ige 1636. Jette p447.
GAGNE, Louis (Miller) from Ige, with wife Marie MICHEL & daughter Louise departed Ige 1643-44. Jette pp447-8.
GAGNE, Pierre from Ige, with wife Marguerite ROSEE from St-Jacques, Jauze & sons Louis, Pierre & Nicholas departed Courcival 1652-3. Brother of Louis GAGNE. Jette p448
ROGER Renee, widow of Pierre GAGNON, departed La Ventrouze 1643. Children (see following) departed 1635. Jette p451.
GAGNON, Jean and brothers Pierre & Mathurin (sons of Pierre & Renee ROGER) departed La Ventrouze 1635. Jette p451.
GAGNON, Marthe, illegitimate daughter of Mathurin, departed La Ventrouze 1643 (possibly with her grandmother, Renee ROGER. Jette p453.
GAGNON, Robert, cousin of Jean, Pierre & Mathurin, nephew of Pierre the older departed La Ventrouze probably 1657. Jette p453.
GAGNON, Jacques (Soldier of the Marine) from Tourouvre. Not in Jette.
GARNIER, Francois from Notre-Dame-de-Vair. Jette p467.
GAULIN, Francois and brother Pierre departed St-Martin du Vieux-Belleme. Jette 274.
GERMAIN, Robert (shoemaker) from St-Sauver de Lonlay, district of Alencon (not in Perche). Jette p490.
GERVAIS, Marin from Champsecret, district of Alencon ( not in Perche). Jette p491
GIFFORD, Robert (Surgeon, Doctor, Apothecary), with wife Marie RENOUARD & daughter Marie-Francois departed Mortagne in 1634. Jette p494.
GIGUERE, Robert departed Tourouvre 1650-1. Jette p495.
GIRARD, Pierre from Bures, district of Alencon (not in Perche). Jette p499.
GIROUX, Toussaint (Weaver) from Reveillon or Mortagne. Jette p502.
GIROUX, Charles from Mortagne. Jette p503.
GODE, Nicolas (Master carpenter) with wife Francoise GADOIS & children Francois, Nicolas, Francoise & Mathurin departed Ige 1641-2. Jette p508.
GODEAU nee JAHAN, Jeanne with daughter Francoise departed La Ventrouze. Jette p509.
GOULET, Jacques (Miller) from Normandel & wife Marguerite MEUNIER from La Potereie, departed La Poterie 1646. Jette p518.
GOYER, Mathurin departed Tourouvre 1648. Jette p522.
GRAVEL, Joseph-Masse departed Tourouvre or Mortagne. Jette p523.
GROS-AUBRY, Jacqueline from St-Pierre de Sees (In Orne but not in Perche). Jette 531.
GROUVEL-AUBERT, Jacqueline departed La Ventrouze. Jette p025.
GUIMOND, Louis (Laborer) departed Tourouvre 1647. Six year contract 18 Feb 1647, Notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 40 Pounds. Received pair of shoes & a serge suit. Couldnt sign his name. Single. Jette p546.
GUILLEBOURG, Charles (Laundryman) departed Tourouvre 1645. Jette p542.
GUYON, Jean (Mason & Surveyor) with son Jean departed Mortagne 1634. His wife Mathurine ROBIN with their children Simon, Marie, Claude, Denis, & Nichel departed Mortagne 1636. Daughter Barbe departed Mortagne 1652 with her husbandPierre PARADIS & their 7 children. Jette p548.
HAYOT, Thomas (Tenant farmer) with wife Jeanne BOUCHER & children Genevieve & Rodolphe departed Mortagne 1636-8. Jette p560.
HERVIEUX, Isaac (Bourgeois) from Lonlay LAbbaye, district of Alencon (In Orne but not in Perche). Jette p568.
HOUDE, Louis (Mason) from Manou, district of Nogent-le-Rotrou. Jette p571.
HUAN, Martin (Locksmith) from Beaulieu. 36 mo. contract 9 April 1647notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 90 pounds. Could sign his name. Single. Jette p574.
HUBLIN, Nicolas departed Feings 1651. 60 month contract 22 May 1651 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary of 45 pounds. Given a pair of shoes. Could sign his name. Single. Not in Jette.
HUPPE, Michel (Hatter) from Alencon. (In Orne but not in Perche). Jette p582.
JARRY, Eloi (Cartwright) departed from Ige 1654. Jette p595
JUCHEREAU, Jean (Fur merchant, Seigneur) with wife Marie LANGLOIS and children Jean, Nicolas & Genevieve, departed La Ferte Vidame 1634. Jette p612.
LAIGU, Rene (Soldier) from Alencon (In Orne but not in Perche). Jette p631.
LAMBERT, Aubin departed Tourouvre about 1662. Cousin of Jacques GOULET and father-in-law of Michel CHATEL Jette p637.
LANDE, Pierre (Manual Laborer) departed Ste-Ceronne du Boisey 1647. 6 yr. contract 7 Apr 1647 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 78 pounds. 6 pound advance. Could sign his name. Single. Not in Jette.
LANDRY, Guillaume departed La Ventrouze. Jette p 643.
LANGLOIS, brothers Jean (Pilot) & Noel from St-Leonard des Parcs, district of Alencon (In Orne but not in Perche). Jette p645.
LAPORTE, Jacques departed Noce. Jette p650.
LARUE, Jean de from Breel, district of Argentan (not in Perche). Jette p658.
LEDUC, Jean (Lumberman), from Ige, departed La Rochelle 1644. Jette p683.
LEFEBVRE, Antoinette from Chanu, district of Argentan (In Orne but not in Perche). Married Hilaire LIMOUSIN Quebec 1671. Jette p737.
LEFORT, Antoine departed Tourouvre. Jette p 694.
LEGRAND, Jacques from LAigle (In Orne but not in Perche) Jette p700.
LEGRAND, Sebastien (Domestic) departed Tourouvre 1643. Not in Jette.
LEHOUX, Jacques (Coalman) with children Jean & Francoise departed La Ventrouze. Jette p 701.
LEHOUX, Francoise from La Ventrouze. 60 mo. contract 22 May 1651 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 30 pounds. Given a pair of shoes. Couldnt sign her name. Single. Possibly daughter of Jacques; if so, she married Robert PARE 1653 in Quebec.
LEMATIRE, Francois (Master tailor) from Flers (In Orne but not in Perche) departed from LaRochelle 1651. Jette p703.
LEMOYNE, Barthelemi (Surgeon) departed from Pin-la-Garenne 1634. 36 mo. contract. Cousin of Robert DROUIN. Not in Jette.
LEPAGE, Barthelemi from St-Germain dAuray, district of Argentan (In Orne but not in Perche). Jette p715.
LEREAU, Simon departed St-Cosme-de-Vair. Jette p718.
LE ROY, Jacques (Manual Laborer) from Sonchamp (Yvelines), 36 month contract 12 Feb 1647 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 100 Pounds. Single. Couldnt sign his name. Not in Jette.
LESAGE, Louis (Domestic) from Loisal, district of Mortagne. Jette p722.
LESSARD, Etienne de from Chambois district of Argentan (not in Perche). Jette p724.
LETARTRE, Rene with wife Louise GOULET (step-sister of Jacques GOULET) and children Anne, Marie, Charles, Elizabeth, & Barbe, departed La Poterie. Jette p 726.
LEVEAU, Jacques from Chartres (In Orne but not in Perche). 36 month contract 17 Mar 1648 notary CHOISEAU. Annual Salary 66 pounds. Could sign his name. Not in Jette.
LOIGNON, Pierre (Manual Laborer) from Moussonvilliers, departed La Ventrouze 1647. Jette p 738.
LOYSEAU, Jacques (Domestic) departed Tourouvre 1647. 36 mo. contract 13 Apr 1647 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 70 pounds, received 10 pound advance & pair of shoes. Could sign his name. Single. Jette p 738.
MABILLE, Francois (Lumberman) departed Tourouvre 1646. 60 mo. contract 19 Mar 1646 Notary CHOISEAU. Couldnt sign his name. Annual salary 90 pounds. Married. Cousin of Michelle MABILLE who married GUILAUME PELLETIER. Not in Jette.
MAHEU, Zacharie (Domestic & Mason) with son Rene from Mortagne, departed Reveillon. Jette p752.
MAHEU, Jacques departed Bubertie. Jette p752 .
MAHEU, Pierre from Mortagne, departed Feings 1651. Son-in-law of Robert DROUIN. 60 mo. contract 22 May 1651 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 45 pounds. Given a pair of shoes. Could sign his name. Single. Jette p753.
MALENFANT, Jean (Laborer) departed Tourouvre 1647. 60 mo. contract 18 Feb 1647. Notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 55 pounds. Received a pair of shoes. Single. Couldnt sign his name. Not in Jette.
MALLET, Denis (Wood carver; Cabinet-maker) from Alencon (In Orne but not in Perche). Jette p759.
MANOVELY de REVEILLE, Marie-Genevieve from La Chapelle-Montligeon. Married Jean PELLETIER at Quebec in 1662. Jette p888.
MARAIS, Marin (Soldier) from Alencon (In Orne but not in Perche) departed 1665. Jette p761.
MAUFAY, Pierre from St-Cosme-de-Vair. Step brother of Antoine ROUILLARD. Jette p270.
MERCIER, Jean (Laborer) departed St-Mard de Reno 1647. 36 mo. contract 9 Apr 1647 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 55 pounds. Could not sign his name. Single. Not in Jette.
MERCIER, Julien (Laborer) departed Tourouvre 1647. 60 month contract 5 Mar 1647 Notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 75 pounds. Couldnt sign his name. Single. Jette p798.
MERY, Antoine (Manual Laborer) departed Tourouvre 1646. 36 mo. contract 29 Jan 1646 by Notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 100 Pounds. Received 52 pound advance. Couldnt sign his name. Single. Not in Jette.
MORIN, Claire departed Mortagne 1634-6. Married Jamin BOURGUIGNON in Quebec 1636. Jette p154.
MOREL, Jacques (Soldier) from St-Font de Collieres, Sees (In Orne but not in Perche). Jette p832.
MONTCHEVREUL, Pierre de (Sergetier) departed Courgeost 1647. 36 mo. contract 9 Apr 1647 notary HOISEAU. Annual salary 80 pounds. Could sign his name. Married. Not in Jette.
NORMAND, Gervais (Carpenter) with wife Leonarde JOINEAULT, son Jean, and his brother Jean (Carpenter ) departed Ige. Jette p853.
NORMAND, Pierre (Master Knife-Sharpener) departed St-Martin du Vieux-Belleme. Nephew of Gervais & Jean. Jette p853.
NOURY, Jacques (Habitant) departed Feings 1651. 60 mo. contract 22 May 1651 notary CHOISEAU.
Annual salary 50 pounds. Given a pair of shoes. Single. Couldnt sign his name. Jette p 856.
PARADIS, Pierre (Cutlery Maker) with wife Barbe GUYON & children Marie, Jacques, Guillaume, Pierre & Jean departed Mortagne 1652. Jette p871.
PELLETIER, Guillaume (Merchant; Coal man) with wife Michele MABILLE, & son Jean departed Tourouvre 1641. Jette p887.
PELLETIER, Antoine from Bresolettes. Brother of Guillaume. Jette p888.
PEUVERT, brothers Francois & Jean-Baptiste (Notary) departed Belleme 1651. Jette p908.
PIAU, Pierre departed Tourouvre 1647. 36 mo. contract 18 Feb 1647 Notary CHOISEAU. Received a suit. Couldnt sign his name. Single. Not in Jette.
PINGUET, Henri (Merchant & Seigneur) with wife Louise LOUSCHE & children Francoise, Noel, & Pierre departed Tourouvre 1634. Jette p922.
PITOT, Pierre (Smelter) departed Randonnai 1647. 36 mo. contract 1 Mar 1648 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 66 pounds, 15 in advance. Couldnt sign his name. Not in Jette.
POTIER, Louis (Laborer) departed Autheil 1648. 36 mo. contract 2 Mar 1648 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 60 pounds, 15 in advance. Could sign his name. Not in Jette.
POULIN, Maurice (Procurer) from Villebedin, district of Argentan (In Orne but not in Perche). Jette p938.
POULIOT, Charles (Master Carpenter) departed St-Cosme-de-Vair. Jette p940.
POUPAR, Jacques (Laborer) departed from Logny 1647. 36 mo. contract 17 Feb 1647 Notary CHOISEAU. Single. Couldnt sign his name. Not in Jette.
PROVOST, Francois departed from Tourouvre. Jette p950.
PROVOST, Mathurin (Manual Laborer) departed from Tourouvre 1646. 36 mo. contract 5 Feb 1646 Notary CHOISEAU. Annual salaray 120 Pounds. Received 60 Pound advance. Couldnt sign his name. Single. Not in Jette.
RAGEOT, Gilles (Notary) departed from LAigle. Jette p961.
RIBAULT, Gervaise (Laborer) departed from Aulnou, Sees (not in Perche) 1648. 36 mo. contract 5 Mar 1648 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 66 pounds, 15 in advance. Couldnt sign his name. Not in Jette.
RIDAY, Jean (Master Shoemaker) from St-Jean des Murgers, La Loupe, district of Nogent-le-Rotrou. Jette p985.
RIVARD, Nicolas departed Tourouvre 1648. Brother of Robert. 36 mo. contract 6 Mar 1648 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 66 pounds, 15 in adavance. Couldnt sign his name. Jette p987.
RIVARD, Robert departed Tourouvre. Brother of Nicolas. Jette p987.
ROLLIN. Philippe (Soldier) from La Loupe. Jette p1005.
ROCHERON, brothers Simon & Gervais (Mason) departed St-Cosme-de-Vair. Brothers of Marie who married Francois GAULIN. Jette p1001/1002.
ROUILLARD, Antoine (Carpenter) departed Notre-Dame-de-Vair. Step brother of Pierre MAUFAY. Jette p1009.
ROULEAU, Gabriel (Habitant) departed Tourouvre. Jette p1011.
ROULOIS, Michel with wife Jeanne MALINE & daughters Madeleine & Jacqueline departed Notre-Dame-de-Vair. Jette p1012.
ROUSSIN, Jean (Farmer) with children Madeleine & Louise departed Tourouvre 1650. Two sons, Francois & Nicolas departed 1647. Jette p1015.
ROUSSIN, Nicolas departed Tourouvre 1651. Son of Jean. 60 month contract 22 May 1651 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 30 pounds. Given a pair of shoes. Couldnt sign his name. Single. Jette p1015.
ROUSSIN, Francoise departed Tourouvre 1651. Daughter of Jean. 60 month contract 22 May 1651 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 20 pounds. Given a pair of shoes. Couldnt sign her name. Single. Jette p1015.
ROY, Olivier from Fontenay-sur-Orne, district of Argentan (In Orne but not in Perche). Jette p1018.
ROYER, Jean from St-Cosme-de-Vair. Jette p1025.
SIGOUIN, Jean (Domestic) from La Ferte-Mace, district of Alencon (In Orne but not in Perche). Jette p1048.
SUPRENANT, Marin (Soldier) from St-Philibert sur Orne, district of Argentan (In Orne but not in Perche). Jette p1058.
SUPRENANT, Jacques (Soldier) possibly from St-Martin-du-Vieux-Belleme. Jette p.1058.
TAVERNIER (or LETAVERNIER), Eloi with wife Marguerite GAGNON from Tourouvre (daughter of Renee GAGNON nee ROGER) & children Marguerite & Marie (became a nun) departed Randonnai probably 1643. Jette p1065.
TREHARD, Jean (Sergetier), departed Randonnai 1648. 36 mo. contract 2 Mar 1648 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 60 pounds, 15 in advance. Could sign his name. Not in Jette.
TREMBLAY, Pierre (Laborer) departed Randonnai 1647. Father-in-law of Nicolas ROUSSIN. 30 month contract 9 Apr 1647 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 75 pounds. Couldnt sign his name. Single. Jette p1088.
TREMOND, Daniel (Sergetier) departed Tourouvre 1648. 36 mo. contract 26 Feb 1647 Notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 55 pounds. Received a pair of shoes. Could sign his name. Single. Not in Jette.
TROTTIER, Gilles (Laborer) with wife Catherine LOISEAU & sons Gilles, Julien, Antoine & Pierre all from Ige, departed La Rochelle 1646, Jette p1091.
TRUDEL, Jean (Weaver) departed Parfindeval. Jette p1096.
TURGEON, Charles with wife Pasquiere LEFEBVRE & children Marie-Claire, Jacques & Anne departed Mortagne 1662. Jette p1100.
VALIN, Charles (Soldier) departed Renalard. Not in Jette.
VIGNERON, Rene (Laborer) departed LHome-Chamondot 1647. 36 mo. contract 19 Mar 1647 notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 63 pounds. Couldnt sign his name. Single. Not in Jette.
VISAGE, Rene (Laborer) departed Tourouvre 1647. 36 mo. contract 18 Feb 1647 Notary CHOISEAU. Annual salary 50 Pounds. Received a pair of shoes. Couldnt sign his name. Single. Not in Jette.
REFERENCES
(All in French. To my knowledge none can be purchased in the USA)
Catalogue des 279 Percerons-Percherones, Ornais-Ornaises, parties pour la Nouvelle France au XVIIe, debut XVIIIe siecle by Jean-Francois Hubert-Rouleau for Le Musee dhistoire de lemigration percheronne au Canada. An unpublished 1987 paper which in columnar format giving some detrails of 279 persons from Perche and elsewhere in Orne including children who migrated from France to Quebec primarily in the 17 th century.
The data include: full name including dit name; place of origin; place and year of departure from France; profession; birth and death year; place of death; relation to others who migrated; and page in Jette where the person is mentioned. The paper also summarizes some of the demographics of the emigrants. It is apparent that the some of the authors data came from Jette. 35pp.
Dictionnaire genealogique des familles du Quebec des origines a 1730. 1983. Rene Jette & Programme de Recherche en demographic historique de lUniversite de Montreal. 1176pp.
350e anniversaire du depart des premiers colonspercherons de Tourouvre au Perche a la Nouvelle France. 1984. By M. & Mme Pierre Montagne and edited by the commune of Tourouvre. Of particular note is a page listing the essentials of engagement contract to go to France of 41 Tourouvrans before the notary Choiseau of Tourouvre. The data for each engagee included: the name of the hirer (typically one of the Juchereau brothers); the name of the recruiter (typically a Juchereau); the engagee; parish of origin of the engagee; whether or not he knew how to sign his name (in most cases, no); occupation; duration of contract; annual salary in livres (pounds); advance of salary; shoes or apparel given to the engagee; whether married or single; and date of contract. 21pp.
Au Perche des Canadiens-Francais, 1991. Mme Pierre Montagne. Provides a short biography for about 100 of the Perche emigrees. Also provides an excellent guide for those who want to visit Perche. 87pp.
LHistoire de Tourouvre ses habitants a travers son patrimonie, 1980. A short town history apparently prepared by the city. Contains only two pages about the emigration to New France. 18pp.
LEmigration tourouvrain au Canada, catalogue de lexposition. 1984. Apparently by the city of Tourouvre. 18pp.
Naissance dune Population . 1987. LInstitut National dEtudes Demographiques of the University of Montreal. An outstanding reference which gives demographics of the Quebec pioneers. 229pp.
I will do my best that the three societies that I belong to, American-Canadian Genealogical Society of NH, the American-French Genealogical Society of RI, and the Vermont French-Canadian Genealogical Society all have copies of all of the above.
I authorize persons to make copies of this paper, or portions of this paper, as long as the material is never sold. I request to be given the Web Page address if anybody places this paper or portions of it on their Web Page.
Pierre Boucher
Born at Lagny, a village near Mortagne in the Perche, France, 1622, died at Boucherville, 1717. In 1634 he went to Canada with his father Gaspard Boucher, a simple joiner. At the age of eighteen he entered the service of the Jesuit Fathers and went to their Huron missions at Georgian Bay. On his return to Quebec in 1641 he served as a soldier in the garrison of that city. In 1645 he was interpreter of Indian languages at Three Rivers and in 1648 commissary-general of the trading station at that place. Elected captain of the militia in 1651, while in command of the place during an interim in 1653 he repelled an Iroquois attack. Owing to his efficient defence he was placed in charge of the city, and retained the position until 1658. In 1661 he was sent to France to represent the needs of the colonies and plead the cause of the inhabitants. On his return to Canada, in 1662, he was reappointed Governor of Three Rivers, an office which he only resigned in 1667 when he withdrew from public affairs to found the seigniorial parish called after his name Boucherville, situated opposite Montreal. He was succeeded in the governorship of Three Rivers by his son-in-law, Ren Gauthier de Varennes, forbear of the discoverer of Western Canada.
In 1664 Pierre Boucher had printed at Paris by the press of Florentin Lambert "L'histoire veritable et naturelle des moeurs et productions du pays de la Nouvelle-France, vulgairement dite le Canada". This work was published in 1849 in "L'Album Canadien", in 1882 at Montreal, and in 1896 in the "Mmoires de la Socit Royale du Canada". An English translation appeared in 1883. Pierre Boucher is considered the best type of a Canadian landed proprietor, filled with piety, rectitude, and honor. At his death he left a numerous posterity. The family is still in existence, and the highest stations are filled by members bearing the names Boucherville, Bruere, Niverville, Grosbois, and Montizambert. Pierre Boucher was the first Canadian colonist to be ennobled by King Louis XIV . His letters of nobility, dated 1661, were renewed in 1707.
Publication information
Written by J. Edmond Roy. Transcribed by Joseph E. O'Connor.
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume II. Published 1907. New York: Robert Appleton Company. Nihil Obstat, 1907. Remy Lafort, S.T.D., Censor. Imprimatur. +John M. Farley, Archbishop of New York
Bibliography
Registres des insinuations du Conseil superieur de la Nouvelle-France, III, D, 46, DANIEL Grandes familles canadiennes; SULTE, Pierre Boucher et son livre in Royal Society of Canada, Transactions, new series, II, 99 148; LALANDE, La paroisse de Boucherville (1890); ROY, Histoire de la seigneurie de Louzon, I, II,
History
Last edited on Jan 12, 2009 07:11 by Earline
Gaspard Boucher
1599-1662
GASPARD BUTCHER Carpenter like his father Jacques Butcher, and wire of Francoise Paigné, Gaspard Boucher was born about 1598, originating in the parish of Loisé in Mortagne to the Pole. At the age of approximately twenty years, Gaspard marries about 1619 with Mamers, Nicole Lemère, girl of unknown father and Marie Castrie her mother. She is originating in the town of Mamers, in évêché Mans, in Maine. In fourteen years, the young woman has eight children, all born in Mortagne. The couple lives in the parish of Our-Lady, in Mortagne, when it is let allure by the project of Robert Giffard. In spring of 1635 the great departure of the family takes place, towards News-France, Quebec of today. On their arrival, accomodated by Champlain at the height Saint-Louis, the family is established in the seigniory Our-Lady-of-Angels where the father is engaged by the Jesuits. Their son, Pierre Boucher, who does not have any bond in this genealogy, but deserves some lines, the following year, becomes the pupil of the Jesuits, accompanies them in their missions, learns the Huron language and becomes later, governor of the Three-Rivers then, lord of Boucherville. That which creates the bond, is Marguerite Boucher, the seventh child of the couple, baptized on July 28, 1631, with Our-Lady of Mortagne, with the Pole, of the current department of the Flowering ash, becomes the wife on December 25, 1645, of the ancestor All Saints' day Toupin, said Bélair, born about 1616, of unknown origin. He is a Master of boat and regularly transports men and luggage between Quebec and Montreal, then has a ground in the suburbs of Three-Rivers. March 21, 1646, the ancestor Gaspard Butcher, becomes dealer of a ground of 24 arpents to the Three-Rivers. And, after 1662, one intends any more to speak, neither of Nicole Lemère, nor of Gaspard Boucher, which one does not know where, when and how they died. The historians agree to saying that about 1668, the house burned with said Gaspard and his wife. Their blood runs today in the veins of the descendants which we are.
Pioneers of New France
1635 , New France
Gaspard first made a trip to New France in 1633/34. Then in 1635 Gaspard and his wife Nicole took their whole family to the new world. Their youngest daughter, Madeleine, was born during the crossing. At the age of 15, Pierre, Gaspard and Nicole's oldest son explored all parts of New France with the Jesuit missionaries. All the new settlers had to be of French Catholic religion to be selected by the French government as settlers of the new land. During these voyages of exploration, Pierre learned the languages of the Huron, Montagnais, Iroquois and Algonquin, and thus became able to act as an Interpretor. Because he was competent, honest and brave, the Governor of the colony gave him many responsilities.
In 1644, at the age of 22, Pierre settled in Trois Rivieres and in 1653 he became of the governor of that city. In 1535 Jacques Cartier noticed a river with six small islands that seemed to divide the water into three streams. He called it the riviere de fouys. It later took the name of riviere St. Maurice. It is the appearance of the river that imposes itself with the name of the station built at the confluence of the St. Lawrence and St. Maurice rivers: Trois Rivieres. Samuel Champlain had a fort built here and a trading post around 1634. For a long time this region held sway as the most advantageous for the activity of trappers and fur traders. In 1667 Pierre resigned his post as Governor of Trois Rivieres and founded Boucherville where he died April 19, 1717 at the age of 95.
Pierre married twice, first to Marie Ouebadinskoue, a Huron native; their marriage was childless. He married second to Jeanne Crevier in 1652 and they had 15 children.
For more information on this pioneer family please see the website of www.civilization.ca which has a virtual museum of New France and stories written of pioneer families.
Marriage Contract
1645 , Acadia
In 1645, Toussaint Toupin & Marguerite Boucher, age 14 years and 5 months, passed a marriage contract by private treaty on December 25th at Trois-Rivieres according to the newespaper of the Jesuits. Her father, Gaspard, then promised to give 200 pounds and "other" effects to his daughter.

Sources

Burial / Source PRDH

Mother's Name Source: PRDH

Marriage Source: Mariage PRDH

Baptism Source:PRDH

Birth Source: FICHIER ORIGINE PRDH

http://www.nosorigines.qc.ca/GenealogieQuebec.aspx?genealogy=Gaspard_Boucher&pid=775&lng=en&partID=10895

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  • Gaspard Boucher: Image of signature

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  • Trois-Rivieres 1st land concessions Cap de la Madeleine-PLAT: Image of Plot Plan with names of landholders

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  • Fichier Origine Gaspard Boucher: Image of Record No. 240483

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  • 1599_Gaspard_Boucher_individual_PRDH: Image of PRDH No. 2988

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  • 1622_GaspardBoucher_NicoleLemaire_family_PRDH: Image of PRDH Record 91

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  • Boucher Family

RogerEdwardRoy originally shared this to Philomene STERLING/Dubois Branch: Roy Family Tree (Includes Charron) 27 Nov 2012 [6]


  • FRance Quebec les colons 91

Histoire des Canadiens-Francais pg 91 BESSYANDERSON originally shared this to QUINTAL CECILIA 17 Jan 2013 [7]


  • Premier arrivants liste et histoire LALEMENT Jesuite: Image of webpage

BESSYANDERSON originally shared this to QUINTAL CECILIA 17 Jan 2013 [8]


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  • 1619 Gaspard Boucher et Nicole Lemaine v1 p71

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  • Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, early years.

Source: Excerpts From a "Book on Life in New France", Published by Pierre Boucher. [16]


  • Boucher History [17]

  • Pioneers of New France [18]

  • Gaspard Boucher [19]

  • The Founding of Boucherville, Canada [20]

  • Percheron Immigration [21]

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On April 4, 2014 Diane Depatie wrote:

I also note that there are 9 children listed. By all records they had only 8.

Charles 1620, Antoinnette 1621, Pierre 1622, Nicolas 1625, Charles 1627, Marie 1629, Marguerite 1631, Madeleine 1634 all born in MortagneauPerche before they left France. As per GDFQ p136, OFC p 150


On April 4, 2014 Diane Depatie wrote:

I have Gaspard Boucher 1599-1662 born of Jacques Jean Boucher 1547-1611 & Francoise Paigne 1543-1611 mar before 1570. Their parents are cited as:

i. for Jacques Jean: Jean-Baptiste (Jean) Boucher 1522-1611 & Jeanne (Jehanne) Mercier 1530-. Followed by Jehan Boucher III (1495-1569) & Jehanne Bournier 1495-1560 then Jehan Boucher II 1495 -1569 & Alice Halsam 1475-1542 then Jehan Boucher I 1450-1540 & Marie Serre 1483-1540 then to Earl (Jean) Boucher 1430-1530.

For Jeanne Mercier it would be Jean Mercier 1485-156 & Etiennette Leblond 1485-1557 I could go on forever. I do not see a Roussin anywhere. What am I missing?


On January 31, 2014 Gaston Tardif wrote:

I checked with 2 other sources and Lianne, your are correct for Jacques Boucher and Françoise Paingé. However!!!

Gaspard's grand-parents were Jean Boucher and Jeanne Mercier.

Jean Boucher and Françoise Roussin would have married in 1540!!! Not connected this way.


On January 28, 2014 Al Wopshall wrote:

I agree with Lianne's change.


On January 28, 2014 Lianne Lavoie wrote:

The parents attached to this profile don't match the parents named in the biography, which comes from Fichier Origine. The parents in Fichier are Jacques Boucher and Françoise Paigné. If those are the correct parents, then the ones currently connected to this profile (Jean Boucher and Francoise Roussin) are actually Gaspard's grandparents.

Can anyone clarify? If there are no objections, I will change the parents to the ones from Fichier.