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Etienne De laFond aka dit Mongrain
Born in St Laurent de la Barriere, SaintOnge, Frmap
Husband of — married in Quebec, Canadamap
Died in Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivières County, Québec, Canadamap
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Biography

Etienne Lafond was born about 1615 in St Laurent de la Barriere, SaintOnge, France to Pierre Lafond dit Tranchemontagne 1590-1665 & Francoise Prieur 1594-1645.

He died 15 Sep 1665 in Three Rivers, Quebec, Canada.


Status: Immigrant

Père : Pierre Lafond Mère : Françoise Prieur PRDH

Mentioned Ct Piraube on 7 December 1642 at Quebec

Concession for the fief de Lafond (or LaPierre) in Cap-de-la-Madeleine 10-8-1655, inherited by Charles LeSieur


Name

Etienne /De laFond/[1]

Birth

1620
St-Laurent, Saintonge, France
1615
France, Charente-Maritime, Saintonge, Saintes

Found multiple copies of BIRT DATE. Using 1620

about 1615 St.Lawrence-de-la-Barriere, ev. Saintes, Saintonge (ar. St.Jean d'Angely, Charente-Maritime) PRDH
User ID: F2372592-5059-435D-9FC9-875BBD67847C
Record ID Number: MH:IF9915
Date: 1615
Place: St.Laurent de Barriere, St.Jean d'Angely, Saintes, Saintonge, France

Marriage or Union

Étienne at 30 & Marie Boucher at 16
30 January 1645
Quebec, Canada
Source: mariage PRDH (Admin#1)
FAM
@I2186@
@I2187@
@I2175@
to Father: Natural
to Mother: Natural
30 JAN 1644/45
Québec[2][3]

Imported only 30 JAN 1644 from Marriage Date and marked as uncertain.

Husband: Étienne Pépin De Lafond
Wife: @P932@
Child: Geneviève Lafond
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Marriage:
Date: 30 Jan 1645
Place: Québec, Québec, PQ[4]

Occupation

Carpenter
Domestic of the Ursulines

Death

15 SEP 1665
Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivières County, Québec, Canada
15 SEP 1665
Batiscan, Les Chenaux County, Québec, Canada

Burial

Burial:
Date: 15 Sep 1665
Place: Trois-Rivires, St-Maurice, PQ[5]
15 September 1665 Trois-Rivières PRDH
The date of death is the date of burial.

Found multiple copies of DEAT DATE. Using 15 SEP 1665


UPD

UPD 02 FEB 2009 16:27:52 GMT-6

Record ID Number

Record ID Number: MH:I4866
Record ID Number: MH:IF9916

User ID

User ID: 334B48F2-AA0C-4BDF-A24B-1A6B1D6C43B7
User ID: 3192EF334BF342D6825D4376229D63908586
User ID: A5ECA92902F54990A0E6B98385E94AE79479
User ID: 8D745062-CD98-4723-9EDB-8BFA62BDB677

É TIENNE "PEPIN" sieur de LAFOND (1615-1665)

From the Pépin family website: Since the creation of our Association, many researchers have held that Étienne de Lafond also went by the name Pepin and that he was the brother of Guillaume Pepin. That is why we have originally included the surnames Lafond and Mongrain in our family association, the latter name which originates from two of Étienne's sons, Jean and Pierre, who were called Lafond dit Mongrain. Today we have evidence that Étienne de Lafond never used the surname Pepin or that he was not Guilllaume Pepin's brother. Nonetheless we have information and a publication on the Lafond and Mongrain.

É tienne de Lafond was born about 1615 and originates from Saint-Laurent-de-la-Barrière, a small location of the diocese of Saintes in Charante-Maritime. We know he was in New-France in 1642 at the auction following the death of Jean Nicolet, where he bought an old red satin suit. On January 30, 1645, he marries Marie Boucher in Notre-Dame de Québec church.. He settles down subsequently in the Trois-Rivières region were he exercises the trade of carpenter. He will own several properties in Cap-de-la-Madeleine, at Lac St-Pierre and around Trois-Rivières. The couple Lafond-Boucher will have eight children.

É tienne dies at about 50 years old in 1665 and his body is buried in Trois-Rivières cemetary on September 15. Marie Boucher will live until 1706. Her burial is registered in Batiscan on November 30.

dgfortier originally shared this to Fortier / Cannon Family Tree 26 Jun 2013 [1]


Etienne Lafond Biography

ETIENNE LAFOND É tienne LaFond was born in the parish of St. Laurent-de-la-Barriere in Angely, Saintonge, France around 1615. He arrived in Canada sometime around 1644 or earlier as a carpenter and worked for the Ursulines for a while. In January of 1645, he married Marie Boucher in Québec, a daughter of Gaspard Boucher and Nicole Lemère. She had arrived in Canada with her parents and siblings in the summer of 1634. This family is counted among the earliest settlers of Canada. Her father was a furniture maker. Her elder brother, Pierre Boucher de Grosbois was the governor of Trois-Rivières in 1652 and founder of Boucherville. He was a respected leader and served as a judge many times.

myamanoha originally shared this to Martel/MacIver/Brewer/Lachat Family Tree 04 Jul 2012 [2]


ETIENNE SIEUR de LAFOND MARIE BOUCHER: Gauthier Ancestors

Etienne Lafond a servant in the house of the Ursulines of Quebec, attended an auction on the 7th on November 1642, and managed to buy some of the clothes. An old red sateen suit, a doublet, a pair of shoes and stockings, all together valued at five livres. He also bought seven handkerchiefs for which he paid three livres, ten sols and six deniers.

This proceeding, written up that same day by the notary Martial Pieabube, was the first mention of the presence of Etienne de Lafond in New France. There is no more news of him until the day of his wedding, 30 January 1645, in Quebec. Etienne, son of Pierre and of Francoise Prieur, was a thirty year old carpenter originally from Saint-Laurent-de-la-Barrière, in Saintonge (Charente-Maritime). He married fifteen year old Marie daughter of Gaspard Boucher and of Nicole Lemaire. Marie was the sister of Pierre Boucher, the future governor of Trois-Rivieres.

Some months later, through the report of an incident which took place on 21 November, we see Etienne at Trois-Rivieres. It seems that on 14 November 1645, Michel Leneuf de Herisson and his farmer, one Sebastien Dodier, got into a fight. This was not a gentleman’s match: Fists to the face, kicks, bites, shouted obscenities, even threats of death. And all this was because of a misunderstanding about a pair of oxen and a cart. On 21 November, Lafond was mentioned in the cart case as a witness to this altercation. Etienne was acquainted with Father Jacques Buteau, the apostle of the Attikamegues of Saint-Maurice, who was killed on 19 May 1652, by Iroquois tomahawks. On 1 June 1649, this missionary saint, acting in the name of the Society of Jesus granted him a homestead measuring two arpents in frontage by forty in depth, located between the Faveral river and Cap-de-la-Madeleine. On 23 September of the same year, Lafond hired Pierre Albert for one year, beginning on 1 October. This is the only mention we have of this colonist.

About 1 June 1650, Etienne settled in the town of Trois-Rivieres. He bought a lot on Rue Notre-Dame, 10 by 25 toises. Facing on the future rue de Platon. In 1668 he built a house there, with courtyard, barn and garden. On 3 July 1651, our ancestor acquired another lot, 12 by 20 toises, on the same street. He sold it on 23 February 1657 to Pierre Pellerin dit Saint-Amant for 70 livres; the latter sold it in turn to Medard Chouart des Groseillers. By 1668, it seems that this house was in ruins.

According to historian Marcel Trudel, Lafond also owned land, about 36 arpents, in the seigneury of Cap-de-la-Madeleine. This plot was located between that of Etienne Gelineau and the Saint-Maurice River. This is the same spot where the Duplessis bridge crosses the river today. Our pioneer was also the eventual seigneur of an undeveloped fief in the commune of Lake Saint-Pierre. This domain would remain undeveloped because of the, ever present, danger from the Iroquois incursions. This fief was conceded, by Governor de Lauson, acting in the name of the One Hundred Associates. This grant was dated 10 August 1655 and located this territory at the river la Madeleine above Trois-Rivieres, on the north bank of the stream. According to the Abbot Elzear Bellemare, this watercourse had to be one of the Machiche Rivers. The brook La Madeleine flows into the Machiche at the Pointe-aux-Iroquois, an arpent and a half from the Premiere-Rivere (Saint-Lawrence). The fief formed an area of a half a league in frontage and it extended a distance of three leagues into the interior. Lafond never did take possession of this domain. On 18 November 1672, it was his son-in-law Charles Lesieur who registered for this concession. It was during this time that Marie Boucher, widow of Etienne, took possession of a rear-fief called la Pierre, in the seigneury of the Cap, below Trois-Rivieres. According to Trudel, this fief was given in compensation for the one of 1655.

In his own time, Etienne de Lafond was a great landowner; the list of his holdings is quite lengthy. On 23 July 1654, he took possession of another plot on the right bank of the Saint-Maurice, nearby Trois-Rivieres. This domain measured three in frontage by eight in depth and was set back from the river by a road of six toises. On the following 19th of August, our pioneer leased this property for six years to Mathurin Goyer dit Laviolette. The precise rent was little more than the obligation to clear the land. On 15 November 1656, Lafond received another plot, 2 by 20 arpents, situated in the third row to the northwest of the town. His neighbors were Christophe Crevier dit Lameslee and Jean Godefroy de Lintot.

The records of notary Louis Laurent reveal certain other aspects in the life of Etienne de Lafond. On 3 March 1662, he rented a farm for five years from Madelinot Pierre Coucq dit Lafleur. While he was clearing and cultivating this land he was accepting construction contracts from others.

On 7 August 1662, he agreed to construct, for surgeon Michel Gamelin, a house similar to the one near the windmill on the Faveral River. On the following 13 September, Lafond accepted another concession from Father Jean-Claude Allouez, SJ, in the Seigneury of the Cap.

The records of Jacques de la Tousche contain certain other acts concerning our ancestor, for the years 1664 to 1668. On 3 December 1664, Etienne was hired to build a boat out of pine for Nicolas Gastineau-Duplessis. On 4 May 1665, some months before his death, he settled a difference with his neighbor Etienne Gelineau concerning their land holdings. The civil registry of the Three-Rivers parish may have had some deficiencies more or less, but on 15 September 1665 the missionary priest did not fail to record the death of our ancestor Etienne. Written in Latin, the inscription reads: “Repentina dt improvisa mort abiit.” That is to say that the passage from this life to the next is sudden and often unexpected. “Probable a heart attack”, concluded those who knew little about the matter. Among these people of an earlier era, death was ever a mystery. Etienne was about fifty years old and, since he was a man of uncommon stature and quality, his mortal remains were interred in the church itself.

In 1667 and 1668, Marie Boucher continued to carry on in place of her late husband. On 21 March of the first year, she accepted a piece of land from the last plat of Trios-Rivieres, from Jesuit Father Jacques Fremin. On the 10th of the following March she bought a little house and barn in town from Charles de Montmainier.

The census of 1666, 1667 and 1681 mention the family Lafond; first at Trois-Rivieres, with two domestics; one, 19 year old Jacques, and a certain Pierre Deshaies of the same age, then at Petit-Cap-de-la-Madeleine, where the widow is listed as living alone with her 10 animals and 20 arpents of cleared land. Finally and again at the same Cap, Marie Boucher age 61, is living with her sons; Pierre, 26; Etienne, 20; and Augustin, 20years old. The ever faithful Pierre Deshaies is always in the house as a domestic and finally, we note that the family owned a Firearm, a dozen head of cattle and 25 arpents of arable land. Marie Boucher, who lived more than forty years after the death of her husband, carried out many other transactions as described in the records of Jean Cusson, be they sales, gifts, concessions, loans, rents or leases, all done between 1674 and 1694. In 1691 there was a court case between Marie and a farmer named Aubin Mondoux concerning the delivery of produce. Finally, on 21 June 1700, an act drawn up by Francois Trotain tells us that this capable lady, now a resident of Batiscan, agreed to pay Quebec merchant Francois Hazeur the sum of 250 livres, 8 sols, 4 deniers, for a debt incurred by her late husband some thirty-five years ago. Like her brother, Governor Pierre Boucher, and perhaps even better than he, she seems to have managed the family affairs with authority and competence, thus proving herself to be an excellent businesswoman. Having lived for more than three-quarters of a century, Marie Boucher died peacefully at Batiscan, from where she was laid to rest on 30 November 1706. She was said to be 70 years old, but actually she was a bit younger than that at the time of her death.

Marie and Etienne had eight children: 1. Jean dit Mongrain (1646-1716), married in 1670 to Catherine Senecal. He remarried in 1697 to the Huron girl Catherine Ananontha, the widow of Jacques Couturier and of Jean Durand. This pioneer of Batiscan was the administrator of Batiscan and a seigneurial judge. 2. Marie, born in 1684, was not mentioned in the census of 1666. 3. Genevieve, born in 1652 and married in 1667 to Jean-Baptiste Trottier, a miller and wheelwright at Batiscan. 4. Pierre dit Mongrain (1655-17221), married in 1677 to Madeleine Rivard. He became the administrator of Batiscan. 5. Francoise (1658-1721), married in 1671 to Charles Lesieur de la Pierre, a Royal Notary and administrator at Batiscan. 6. Etienne (1661-1689), never married and died at Montreal. 7. Jeanne, born in 1662, was mentioned in the census of 1666 but missed in the census of 1667. She probably died between these years. 8. Augustin, Born in 1664, was living at the Cap in 1668.

ETIENNE SIEUR de LAFOND

MARIE BOUCHER
Gauthier Ancestors

Etienne Lafond a servant in the house of the Ursulines of Quebec, attended an auction on the 7th on November 1642, and managed to buy some of the clothes. An old red sateen suit, a doublet, a pair of shoes and stockings, all together valued at five livres. He also bought seven handkerchiefs for which he paid three livres, ten sols and six deniers.

This proceeding, written up that same day by the notary Martial Pieabube, was the first mention of the presence of Etienne de Lafond in New France. There is no more news of him until the day of his wedding, 30 January 1645, in Quebec. Etienne, son of Pierre and of Francoise Prieur, was a thirty year old carpenter originally from Saint-Laurent-de-la-Barrière, in Saintonge (Charente-Maritime). He married fifteen year old Marie daughter of Gaspard Boucher and of Nicole Lemaire. Marie was the sister of Pierre Boucher, the future governor of Trois-Rivieres.

Some months later, through the report of an incident which took place on 21 November, we see Etienne at Trois-Rivieres. It seems that on 14 November 1645, Michel Leneuf de Herisson and his farmer, one Sebastien Dodier, got into a fight. This was not a gentleman’s match: Fists to the face, kicks, bites, shouted obscenities, even threats of death. And all this was because of a misunderstanding about a pair of oxen and a cart. On 21 November, Lafond was mentioned in the cart case as a witness to this altercation. Etienne was acquainted with Father Jacques Buteau, the apostle of the Attikamegues of Saint-Maurice, who was killed on 19 May 1652, by Iroquois tomahawks. On 1 June 1649, this missionary saint, acting in the name of the Society of Jesus granted him a homestead measuring two arpents in frontage by forty in depth, located between the Faveral river and Cap-de-la-Madeleine. On 23 September of the same year, Lafond hired Pierre Albert for one year, beginning on 1 October. This is the only mention we have of this colonist. About 1 June 1650, Etienne settled in the town of Trois-Rivieres. He bought a lot on Rue Notre-Dame, 10 by 25 toises. Facing on the future rue de Platon. In 1668 he built a house there, with courtyard, barn and garden. On 3 July 1651, our ancestor acquired another lot, 12 by 20 toises, on the same street. He sold it on 23 February 1657 to Pierre Pellerin dit Saint-Amant for 70 livres; the latter sold it in turn to Medard Chouart des Groseillers. By 1668, it seems that this house was in ruins. According to historian Marcel Trudel, Lafond also owned land, about 36 arpents, in the seigneury of Cap-de-la-Madeleine. This plot was located between that of Etienne Gelineau and the Saint-Maurice River. This is the same spot where the Duplessis bridge crosses the river today. Our pioneer was also the eventual seigneur of an undeveloped fief in the commune of Lake Saint-Pierre. This domain would remain undeveloped because of the, ever present, danger from the Iroquois incursions. This fief was conceded, by Governor de Lauson, acting in the name of the One Hundred Associates. This grant was dated 10 August 1655 and located this territory at the river la Madeleine above Trois-Rivieres, on the north bank of the stream. According to the Abbot Elzear Bellemare, this watercourse had to be one of the Machiche Rivers. The brook La Madeleine flows into the Machiche at the Pointe-aux-Iroquois, an arpent and a half from the Premiere-Rivere (Saint-Lawrence). The fief formed an area of a half a league in frontage and it extended a distance of three leagues into the interior. Lafond never did take possession of this domain. On 18 November 1672, it was his son-in-law Charles Lesieur who registered for this concession. It was during this time that Marie Boucher, widow of Etienne, took possession of a rear-fief called la Pierre, in the seigneury of the Cap, below Trois-Rivieres. According to Trudel, this fief was given in compensation for the one of 1655.

In his own time, Etienne de Lafond was a great landowner; the list of his holdings is quite lengthy. On 23 July 1654, he took possession of another plot on the right bank of the Saint-Maurice, nearby Trois-Rivieres. This domain measured three in frontage by eight in depth and was set back from the river by a road of six toises. On the following 19th of August, our pioneer leased this property for six years to Mathurin Goyer dit Laviolette. The precise rent was little more than the obligation to clear the land. On 15 November 1656, Lafond received another plot, 2 by 20 arpents, situated in the third row to the northwest of the town. His neighbors were Christophe Crevier dit Lameslee and Jean Godefroy de Lintot.

The records of notary Louis Laurent reveal certain other aspects in the life of Etienne de Lafond. On 3 March 1662, he rented a farm for five years from Madelinot Pierre Coucq dit Lafleur. While he was clearing and cultivating this land he was accepting construction contracts from others.

On 7 August 1662, he agreed to construct, for surgeon Michel Gamelin, a house similar to the one near the windmill on the Faveral River. On the following 13 September, Lafond accepted another concession from Father Jean-Claude Allouez, SJ, in the Seigneury of the Cap.

The records of Jacques de la Tousche contain certain other acts concerning our ancestor, for the years 1664 to 1668. On 3 December 1664, Etienne was hired to build a boat out of pine for Nicolas Gastineau-Duplessis. On 4 May 1665, some months before his death, he settled a difference with his neighbor Etienne Gelineau concerning their land holdings. The civil registry of the Three-Rivers parish may have had some deficiencies more or less, but on 15 September 1665 the missionary priest did not fail to record the death of our ancestor Etienne. Written in Latin, the inscription reads: “Repentina dt improvisa mort abiit.” That is to say that the passage from this life to the next is sudden and often unexpected. “Probable a heart attack”, concluded those who knew little about the matter. Among these people of an earlier era, death was ever a mystery. Etienne was about fifty years old and, since he was a man of uncommon stature and quality, his mortal remains were interred in the church itself. In 1667 and 1668, Marie Boucher continued to carry on in place of her late husband. On 21 March of the first year, she accepted a piece of land from the last plat of Trios-Rivieres, from Jesuit Father Jacques Fremin. On the 10th of the following March she bought a little house and barn in town from Charles de Montmainier. The census of 1666, 1667 and 1681 mention the family Lafond; first at Trois-Rivieres, with two domestics; one, 19 year old Jacques, and a certain Pierre Deshaies of the same age, then at Petit-Cap-de-la-Madeleine, where the widow is listed as living alone with her 10 animals and 20 arpents of cleared land. Finally and again at the same Cap, Marie Boucher age 61, is living with her sons; Pierre, 26; Etienne, 20; and Augustin, 20years old. The ever faithful Pierre Deshaies is always in the house as a domestic and finally, we note that the family owned a Firearm, a dozen head of cattle and 25 arpents of arable land. Marie Boucher, who lived more than forty years after the death of her husband, carried out many other transactions as described in the records of Jean Cusson, be they sales, gifts, concessions, loans, rents or leases, all done between 1674 and 1694. In 1691 there was a court case between Marie and a farmer named Aubin Mondoux concerning the delivery of produce. Finally, on 21 June 1700, an act drawn up by Francois Trotain tells us that this capable lady, now a resident of Batiscan, agreed to pay Quebec merchant Francois Hazeur the sum of 250 livres, 8 sols, 4 deniers, for a debt incurred by her late husband some thirty-five years ago. Like her brother, Governor Pierre Boucher, and perhaps even better than he, she seems to have managed the family affairs with authority and competence, thus proving herself to be an excellent businesswoman. Having lived for more than three-quarters of a century, Marie Boucher died peacefully at Batiscan, from where she was laid to rest on 30 November 1706. She was said to be 70 years old, but actually she was a bit younger than that at the time of her death.

Marie and Etienne had eight children:

1. Jean dit Mongrain (1646-1716), married in 1670 to Catherine Senecal. He remarried in 1697 to the Huron girl Catherine Ananontha, the widow of Jacques Couturier and of Jean Durand. This pioneer of Batiscan was the administrator of Batiscan and a seigneurial judge.

2. Marie, born in 1684, was not mentioned in the census of 1666.

3. Genevieve, born in 1652 and married in 1667 to Jean-Baptiste Trottier, a miller and wheelwright at Batiscan.

4. Pierre dit Mongrain (1655-17221), married in 1677 to Madeleine Rivard. He became the administrator of Batiscan.

5. Francoise (1658-1721), married in 1671 to Charles Lesieur de la Pierre, a Royal Notary and administrator at Batiscan.

6. Etienne (1661-1689), never married and died at Montreal.

7. Jeanne, born in 1662, was mentioned in the census of 1666 but missed in the census of 1667. She probably died between these years.

8. Augustin, Born in 1664, was living at the Cap in 1668.

SOURCE: Our French-Canadian Ancestors by Thomas J. Laforest Volume VI - Chapter 17

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Étienne sieur de Lafond

From the Pépin family website:

ÉTIENNE "PEPIN" sieur de LAFOND (1615-1665)

Since the creation of our Association, many researchers have held that Étienne de Lafond also went by the name Pepin and that he was the brother of Guillaume Pepin. That is why we have originally included the surnames Lafond and Mongrain in our family association, the latter name which originates from two of Étienne's sons, Jean and Pierre, who were called Lafond dit Mongrain. Today we have evidence that Étienne de Lafond never used the surname Pepin or that he was not Guilllaume Pepin's brother. Nonetheless we have information and a publication on the Lafond and Mongrain.

Étienne de Lafond was born about 1615 and originates from Saint-Laurent-de-la-Barrière, a small location of the diocese of Saintes in Charante-Maritime. We know he was in New-France in 1642 at the auction following the death of Jean Nicolet, where he bought an old red satin suit. On January 30, 1645, he marries Marie Boucher in Notre-Dame de Québec church.. He settles down subsequently in the Trois-Rivières region were he exercises the trade of carpenter. He will own several properties in Cap-de-la-Madeleine, at Lac St-Pierre and around Trois-Rivières. The couple Lafond-Boucher will have eight children.

Étienne dies at about 50 years old in 1665 and his body is buried in Trois-Rivières cemetary on September 15. Marie Boucher will live until 1706. Her burial is registered in Batiscan on November 30.

dgfortier originally shared this to Fortier / Cannon Family Tree 26 Jun 2013 story

There is no evidence that Étienne sieur de Lafond is related to Guillaume Pépin.


Sources

  • Source: S208 Author: Ancestry.com Title: Quebec, Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families (Tanguay Collection), 1608-1890 Publication: Name: Ancestry.com Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2011; Repository: #R8 NOTETanguay, Cyprien, Dictionnaire généalogique des familles canadiennes depuis la fondation de la colonie jusqu'à nos jours, Québec, Canada: Eusèbe Senécal, 1871-1890
  • Repository: R8 Name: www.ancestry.com Address: E-Mail Address: Phone Number:

  • Marriage Source: mariage PRDH (Admin#1)

  • Birth Source: PRDH

  • Mother's Name Source: PRDH

  • Burial Source: PRDH


  • Source: S-2066392702 Title: Dictionnaire Généalogiques Des Familles De Québec Author: Jetté, René Jetté, René. Dictionnaire Généalogique Des Familles De Québec.

  • (CT 10-01-1677 Frerot)

  • English translation of Vol. II. Chapitre V. 1640-1646. Seigneuries Concedees 2_2_141

  • lcowx originally shared this to Cowx Family Tree

  • SOURCE: Our French-Canadian Ancestors by Thomas J. Laforest

Volume VI - Chapter 17--



  • Etienne Lafond Burial 1665: Image of Parish Register [5]

  • Etienne Lafond & Marie Boucher Marriage 1645: Image of Parish Register [6]

  • Lafond-Etienne and Marie Boucher marriage 1645: Image of Excerpt of Parish Register [7]

  • Canadian Genealogy Index, 1600s-1900s

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  • Family Data Collection - Births

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  • Family Data Collection - Deaths

[10]


  • Family Data Collection - Marriages

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  • Millennium File

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  • Quebec, Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families (Tanguay Collection), 1608-1890

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  • Quebec, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967

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  • U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s

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  • Lafond-Etienne and Marie Boucher marriage 1645: Image of Parish Register

30 Jan 1645 Immaculat Conception, Quebec between Estienne de La Fons, son of Pierre de La fons & Francoise Prieur, his parents deom the parish of St Laurens de La Barriere au pays de St. Onge & Marie Boucher daughter of Gaspar Boucher & Nicole Le Maire her parents from this parish of Quebec...

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  • Etienne Lafond Burial 1665: Imaage of Parish Register Trois-Rivieres, Cathedrale de L'Assomption

Text is in Latin 15 Sept 1665 Stephanus Lafont - 50

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  • Etienne Lafond & Marie Boucher Marriage 1645: Image of Excerpt in Parish Register

Text M. 38 Estienne de La fons & Marie Boucher Immaculate Conception de la Paroisse de Quebec 30 Jan 1645 Estienne de La fons, son of pierre ld La fons & francoise Prieur & Marie Boucher, fille de Gaspar Boucher & Nicole Le Maire

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  • Canadian Genealogy Index, 1600s-1900s
Name: Etienne Lafond
Event: Married
Year: 1645
Place: Quebec
Province: Quebec

Source: L'Abbe D Tanguay, ADS, Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles Canadiennes Depuis la Fondation de la Colonie Jusqu'a Nos Jours, Cinquieme Volume, Depuis 1608 jusqu'a 1700, Eusebe Senecal, 1888. Volume/Page: 78

Source Information: Genealogical Research Library, Ontario, Canada. Canadian Genealogy Index, 1600s-1900s [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005. Original data: Compiled from various family history sources. See source information provided with each entry.

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  • Family Data Collection - Births
Name: Etienne Lafond
Father: Pierre Lafond
Mother: Francoise Prieur
Birth Date: 1615
City: St Laurent Barr
County: St Jean Angely
Country: Sainto

Source Information: Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Births [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2001.

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  • Family Data Collection - Deaths
Name: Etienne Lafond
Death Date: 15 Sep 1665
City: Batiscan
State: Pq
Country: Canada

Source Information: Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Deaths [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2001.

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  • Family Data Collection - Marriages
Name: Etienne Lafond
Spouse: Marie Boucher
Marriage Date: 30 Jan 1645
City: Qu Ebec
County: Qu Ebec

Source Information: Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Marriages [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2001.

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  • Millennium File
Name: Etienne Lafond
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 1615
Death Date: abt 1665
Burial Date: 15 Sep 1665
Burial Place: Trois-rivieres, Champlain, Quebec, Canada
Marriage Date: 30 Jan 1645
Father: Pierre Lafond
Mother: Francoise Prieur
Spouse: Marie Boucher
Children: Francoise Lafond
Spouse Father: Gaspard Boucher
Spouse Mother: Nicole Lemaine

Source Information: Heritage Consulting. Millennium File [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2003. Original data: Heritage Consulting. The Millennium File. Salt Lake City, UT, USA: Heritage Consulting.

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  • Quebec, Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families (Tanguay Collection), 1608-1890

Name: Etienne Lafond Relationship to Head: Chef de famille (Head) Baptism Date: 1615 Marriage Date: 30 janv. 1645 (30 Jan 1645) Marriage Place: Québec (Quebec) (Quebec City) Spouse's Name: Marie Boucher Burial Date: 15 sept. 1665 (15 Sep 1665) Burial Place: Batiscan

for more info see original record

Source Citation: Volume: Vol. 5 Sect. 1 : Joa-Leh; Page: 78.

Source Information: Ancestry.com. Quebec, Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families (Tanguay Collection), 1608-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2011. Original data: Tanguay, Cyprien. Dictionnaire généalogique des familles canadiennes depuis la fondation de la colonie jusqu'à nos jours. Québec, Canada: Eusèbe Senécal, 1871-1890. Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

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  • Quebec, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967
Name: Etienne Delafons,[Etienne de Lafond], [Etienne Lafond]
Spouse: Marie Boucher
Event: Mariage (Marriage)
Marriage Year: 1621-1671, [1645]
Burial Year: 1665
Marriage Location: (Quebec City), (Quebec)
Place of Worship or Institution: Notre-Dame (mariages 1621-1679)

Source Information: Ancestry.com. Quebec, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008. Original data: Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Institut Généalogique Drouin.

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  • U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s
Name: Etienne Delafond
Birth Year: abt 1615
Arrival Year: 1642
Arrival Place: Quebec, Canada
Age: 27
Source Publication Code: 9221.17
Primary Immigrant: Delafond, Etienne

Annotation: Catalog of Immigrants. Complements volume 3 of Histoire de la Nouvelle-France (History of New France). Date and port of arrival, date and place of intention to emigrate, or date and place of first mention of residence in Quebec. Extracted from records in Source Bibliography: TRUDEL, MARCEL. Catalogue des Immigrants, 1632-1662. Cahiers du Quebec Collection Histoire. Montreal: Editions Hurtubise HMH, 1983. 569p. Page: 114

Source Information: Ancestry.com. U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc, 2010. Original data: Filby, P. William, ed. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s. Farmington Hills, MI, USA: Gale Research, 2012.

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Footnotes

  1. Source: #S208 Page: Database online. Vol 1, Sec 1, A-Hel, Pg 71, Image 115 Data: Text: Record for De Lafond, Etienne Object: @M1527@
  2. Source: #S208 Page: Database online. Vol 1, Sec 1, A-Hel, Pg 71, Image 115 Data: Text: Record for Boucher, Marie Object: @M1527@
  3. Source: #S208 Page: Database online. Vol 1, Sec 1, A-Hel, Pg 71, Image 115 Data: Text: Record for De Lafond, Etienne Object: @M1527@
  4. Source: #S-2066392706 Page: 731
  5. Source: #S-2066392702 Page: 628

Acknowledgments

  • Thank you to Kevin Babiuk for creating WikiTree profile De laFond-1 through the import of WikiTree.ged on Feb 17, 2013.
  • Thank you to Nancy Cousins for creating WikiTree profile Pépin-151 through the import of CussonHawkinsHillHughesSurrell.ged on Jul 29, 2013. Click to the Changes page for the details of edits by Nancy and others.
  • Thank you to Nancy Cousins for creating WikiTree profile Lafond-122 through the import of CussonHawkinsHillHughesSurrell.ged on Jul 29, 2013. Click to the Changes page for the details of edits by Nancy and others.
  • Thank you to Darrell Parker for creating WikiTree profile Sieur de Lafond-1 through the import of Anna Rose Lafond.ged on Jul 30, 2013. Click to the Changes page for the details of edits by Darrell and others.




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