Louis Joseph born Sep 5, 1695, Pointe-aux-Trembles, Quebec, married Madeleine Toupin dit Dussault
Jean Baptiste born Jan 27, 1704, Neuville, Quebec, married Francoise Trottier dit Bellcour on Jun 10, 1743, Pointe-aux-Trembles, Quebec
Augustin born Jun 1, 1715, Neuville, Quebec, married Marie Anne Rivard dit Lanouette on Jan 28, 1743, LaPerade, Quebec, died May 17, 1773, Neuville, Quebec
Thierry-Jeremie born Nov 10, 1720, Portneuf, Quebec, married Marie Therese Gauthier dit Landreville on Sep 11, 1752, Quebec
The information for the above names and dates was taken from RootsWeb World Connect, French Families of the Detroit River Region, by Fr. Rev Christian Denissen and PRDH online database
Antoine DeLisle was born on November 15, 1670 and married at the age of 34. He was a fur trader and voyageur. In April of 1690 he signs a contract with Louis de La Porte to purchase farm land in Neuville. Then he joins La Porte and 170 other men to take command of Fort De Baude a trading post near Detroit. Detroit would not be settled until 1701. Antoine and Marie-Catherine Faucher dit St. Maurice were married on November 9, 1694 in Neuville, Quebec and Antoine bought his farm in 1695. Antoine and Catherine had the following children. He must have been away for much of his coeurs de bois career as his children are born 2 and 3 years apart. It is interesting to note that he has no children born in the years that Fort Michillmackinac and Fort Detroit were established. Jean Baptiste was the second son born to Antoine and Marie in Neuville.