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Anne Duhérisson (aft. 1633 - 1711)

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Anne Duhérisson aka Desrosiers
Born after in Bourg de Thiéry en Normandie, Francemap
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married in Trois-Rivières, Québec Canadamap
Died in Champlain, QCmap
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Biography/Biographie

Anne came to Nouvelle France on June 11th 1636 at the age of 15, an orphan from Normandy, Bourg de Thiery, France. She was among the forty five passengers brought by M. de Montmagny to Trois-Riviere, Québec.[1] She was a servant for Michel Le Neuf and at her marriage to Antoine Desrosiers, she was given a last name of Duhérisson by Michel Le Neuf Sieur Duhérisson (in France orphans with no parents were not given last name). She was illiterate and on her burial date at the age of 90 October 16, 1711 she went by the name of Anne Desrosiers.[2] Entered by Givogue-4


Traité de mariage de Desrosiers et Anne Duhérisson

6 Août 1648 Au traité de mariage qui au plaisir de Dieu sera faite et parfait en faces de Notre Mère Ste-Église Catholique Apostolique et Romaine entre Antoine Desrosiers natif du Bourg de Renaison pays de Lyonnais en France et Anne Duhérisson native du Bourg de Thiéry en Normandie tous deux de présent demeurant en cette habitation de Trois Rivière, lesquels présence de leurs parent et bons amis le sont promis la Foy de mariage respectivement l’un et l’autre avec promesse de l’épouses en faveur duquel accord le Sieur Duhérisson présence présence des susdits parents et bons amis a promis donner au nom de la dite fille au dit Desrosiers le dit mariage parfait et accompli[3] Transcri par Givogue-4

Enterrement de Anne Desrosiers

Le 16e du mois d’octobre de l’année 1711 par moi prêtre soussigné faisant les fonctions curiales dans la paroisse de Notre-Dame de la Visitation de Champlain a été inhumé dans le cimetière du dit lieu Anne Desrosiers décédé ce jour ’hui âgée d’environ quatre-vingt-dix ans, après avoir démunie de tous les sacrements. Le tout en présence des prêtre Troisuille Caillia, Dizy, et de plusieurs autre parents et amis, lesquels ont signé de ce requis suivant l’ordonnance. S. Lazeur Delormes pretre.[4] Transcri par Givogue-4


Her legitimate (natural or biological) mother is not known. It is possible that she was illegitimate or that her biological mother died in childbirth or at another time before they embarked on their voyage.

Legitimate or illegitimate daughter of Michel LeNeuf du Hérisson

Anne was born around 1633. Anne le Neuf du Hérisson ... She passed away in 1711.

Anne came to Nouvelle France on June 11th 1636 at the age of 15, an orphan from Bourg de Thieryin, Normandy, France. She was among the forty five passengers brought by M. de Montmagny to Trois-Riviere, Québec[5] and she was a servant for Jeanne Marchand mother of Michel Leneuf,[6] and at the wedding day with Antoine Desrosiers she was given a dowry from Sieur Duhérisson and a last name of Duhérisson.[7]

Event

Type: Arrival
Date: 1636
Place: Quebec, Canada[8]
  • Marriage
Anne & Antoine Desrosiers
24 November 1647, Trois-Rivières, Canada (contract notary Flour La Boujonnier)
Known children noted in French section
  • Death
Date: 16 OCT 1711
Place: Champlain, Canada[9]
  • Burial
16 OCT 1711
Champlain, Canada
Name on record: Anne Desroziers
Age estimated on record: around 90

  • Elle est aussi connue sous le nom de Anne Leneuf du Hérisson, Anne Leneuf 6, 7, Anne Le Neuf du Hérisson 5 et Anne du Herrison 4.
  • Contrairement à ce qui est écrit dans la source citée, elle n'est pas la fille de Jeanne Le Marchand et Sieur Mathieu Leneuf du Hérisson.
  • Elle nait vers 1632 à Thury-Harcourt, Normandie, France 2, 3, 9, 10, 11.
  • Le contrat de mariage de Anne du Hérisson et Antoine des Rosiers est signé le 24 novembre 1647 à Trois-Rivières, Mauricie, Canada 5, 12, 13.
  • Recensement 1666 Census: LES TROIS-RIVIÈRES: Antoine des Rosiers, 46, habitant ; Anne du Hérisson, 34, sa femme ; Michel, 13 ; Jean, 8 ; Anne, 4 ; Antoine, 2 ; Jacques Bourdin, 22, domestique. [10]
  • Recensement 1667 Census: PETIT CAP DE LA MADELEINE: Antoine des Rozier, 48; Anne du Hérison, 30 ; Michel, 14 ; Jean, 9 ; Anne, 5 ; Antoine, 4 ; 5 bestiaux, 15 arpents en valeur.[11]
  • Recensement 1681 Census: CHAMPLAIN: Antoine des Rosiers 62 ; Anne du Herrisson, sa femme, 50 ; enfants : Jean 20, Antoine 17, Pierre 14, Marie 10 ; Arnault, domestique, 9 ; 4 fusils ; 4 pistolets ; 9 bêtes à cornes ; 40 arpents en valeur.[12]
  • Elle décède le 16 octobre 1711 à Champlain 12. Elle est inhumée sous le nom Anne Desroziers le même jour. On lui donne environ 90 ans sur l'acte.[13]
Liste de ses enfants connus(nés et baptisés à Trois-Rivières TR):
  1. Marie Des Roziers (16 Jun 1650 TR - ) ; mariée à Alexandre Raoul 19 Feb 1664 TR
  2. Michel Desrosiers dit Desilets (3 Sept 1652 TR- ); marié contrat privé 1679-01-14 (notaire Antoine Adhémar) Marie Thomas Artault
  3. Joseph Desrosiers (29 Jul 1655 TR- )
  4. Jean Desrosiers (29 Sept 1657 (bapt 30 TR) - 1704) ; marié à Marie Françoise Dandonneau 20 Jan 1682 Champlain
  5. Anne des Rosiers (12 Nov 1661 TR- 23 Feb 1731 Champlain) ; mariée à Jacques Turcot avant 1680 ; veuve remariée à Jean Debidabe 24 Apr 1702 Champlain
  6. Antoine des Rosiers (30 Aug 1664 TR- ) ; marié à Marie Renée Lepelle 26 Nov 1696 Champlain
  7. Pierre Desrosiers (1667 - ) ; marié à Marguerite Aubuchon 27 Apr 1693 Champlain
  8. Marie des Rosiers (1671 - ) (recensement 1681 ??? voir note)
  9. Marie-Jeanne Desrosiers (~1673- ) ; mariée à 14 ans à Claude Drouet de Richarville 18 Mar 1687 Champlain
(Note: possiblement Marie 8 et Marie Jeanne 9 sont la même fille et le recensement de 1681 a mésestimé son âge, aucune autre trace trouvée d'elle)

From Fichier Origine of Michel Leneuf

  • The text here is copied from [3]
To summarize and translate above data, Michel was son of Mathieu and Jeanne Lemarchand, and arrived in the colony in 1636 with his mother (and siblings). His daughter Anne Leneuf married Antoine Desrosiers at Trois-Rivières, by marriage contract of 24 Nov 1647, notary Boujonnier; she is said to be illegitimate, for lack of proof of her father marrying.

Research notes

FLOUR LA BOUJONNIER
Le 10 février 1649, Flour La Boujonnier signe une pièce officielle comme secrétaire du gouverneur d’Ailleboust. Il était probablement arrivé dans le pays l'année précédente avec M. d’Ailleboust. Flour La Boujonnier fut le premier tabellion ou notaire des Trois-Rivières. Son premier acte est du 19 juin 1650. Il fut tué par les Iroquois le 18 août 1652. Les quelques actes reçus par Flour La Boujonnier sont disparus.[14]

The above surmises that Flour la Boujonnier had arrived in 1648, but a search in Drouin collection finds him being godfather to a native child on 11 Aug 1647 in Trois-Rivières. Any actual contracts he may have done have reportedly not survived, so the marriage contract cited above cannot be verified visually. Although there must be some mention of it elsewhere for its date etc to be known about.

Le contrat de mariage du pionnier est cité dans un acte du 15-08-1691 greffe Séverin Ameau, à Trois-Rivières.[15]

From Antoine Desrosiers's fichier origine, we learn that his marriage contract with Anne Leneuf du Hérisson is cited in an act of 15 Aug 1691 of Notary Séverin Ameau in Trois-Rivières.

There is another woman named Marie Anne Leneuf, who is born around 1632 in Thury-Harcourt (daughter of Jacques and Marguerite Legardeur) That is the woman who would be named de la Poterie, since that was Jacques' title. Ours gets named du Hérisson or Leneuf only. The two may have been confused together. The 2 marriages run concurrently, with children born to both couples in same time period, so she is definitely a different woman. (verified in Drouin collection)


Marie Anne Leneuf, fille de Jacques, sieur de la Poterie et Marguerite Legardeur de Tilly, mariée à René Robineau, sieur de Bécancour et Portneuf, 21 Oct 1652 contrat Séverin Ameau Trois Rivières, née vers 1632 Thury-Harcourt (Calvados) première mention 1636 (source: Fichier Origine on the family)

Quand Michel Le Neuf meurt le 26 octobre 1672 à Trois-Rivières, il est âgé d’environ soixante et onze ans. Il est toujours célibataire ou veuf, Il ne s’est jamais marié en Nouvelle-France. Il laisse une fille Anne, notre ancêtre, selon toute probabilité une enfant illégitime. Le lien paternel est reconnu dans son contrat de mariage avec Antoine Desrosiers en 1647. Elle dispose d’une dot de 500 livres. Cette somme est importante, mais nettement inférieure à la somme que la sœur de Michel, Marie avait reçu en 1636 à son mariage avec Jean Godefroy, sieur de Lintot (1 800 livres).[16]


Les documents nous renseignent bien peu sur sa vie privée. À son arrivée en Nouvelle-France, il était célibataire, ou veuf, car il emmenait une fillette de quatre ans, toujours nommée Anne Du Hérisson, et non Anne Leneuf Du Hérisson. Il est possible, comme on l’a prétendu, qu’elle ait été sa fille naturelle. Aucune précision n’est donnée dans le contrat de mariage de cette jeune fille avec Antoine Desrosiers, le 24 novembre 1647.[17]

The documents provide us with very little information about his private life. When he arrived in New France he was single or a widower, for he brought out with him a little girl of four who still bore the name Anne Du Hérisson and not Anne Leneuf Du Hérisson. It is possible, as has been claimed, that she was his illegitimate daughter. No precise information is given in this young woman’s marriage contract with Antoine Desrosiers dated 24 Nov. 1647." [18]

(NOTE: Elle est nommée Anne Leneuf dans au moins 2 documents, des baptêmes des ses enfants/she gets named Anne Leneuf on at least 2 documents, baptisms of her children ref Coll. Drouin)

Link for further possible research on the family: [4] (in French)

Note

Additional reference: 29-6.
A short bio of Antoine Desrosiers acquired from the internet (copy filed 29-2).
"Your Ancient Canadian Family Ties"-Olivier pg 95.
"Recueil de Genealogies des Comtes de Charlevoix et Saguenay"-Gerard pg 168.
Jette pg 348; 713.
1667 Census of Quebec Vol II pg 47.
Origin of French Canadian Families Godbout pg 84.
Our French Canadian Ancestors-Laforest Vol II Chap 8 pg 55 & 59.
1666 census of Trois-Rivieres shows this family as follows: Antoine des Rosiers, age 46; his wife Anne du Herisson, age 34; children: Michel, age 13; Jean, age 8; Anne, age 4; Antoine, age 2; domestic: Jacques Bourdin, age 22;.source filed in censuses.
Tanguay Vol I pg 192; 381; 396.
"Complement au Tanguay"-Leboeuf series 2 pg 90.
"La Conquete du Canada par les Normands"-Godbout pg 171.
According to Jette pg 713 she was born out of wedlock in France to a woman who died before her father came to Canada and brought her with him. However, Tanguay Vol I pg 381 shows her as the daughter of Jeanne LeMarchand.(which is an error, she arrived with her father and her grandmother Jeanne LeMarchand)
Add'l info acquired from the net (copy filed 29-3).
Family group sheet of #883 from Sue Rood genealogy (filed Sue Rood papers).
Ancestry.com download named 28817.ged (copy filed 29-2).
The Grand Families from the internet (copy filed 29-2).
http://membres.lycos.fr/ancetre/LeNeufM.htm> (copy filed 29-6), also in her father's internal textfile. (web browser site)
Jette pg 348 states born in France to a mother, name unknown, who died before she and her father came to Canada in 1636.
http://membres.lycos.fr/ancetre/desrosiers.htm< (copy filed 29-2 also in her spouse's internal textfile).
Marriage contravt (c. 24 Nov 1647 Boujonnier).
LDS Ancestral File, family group record of #892 (copy filed 29-4).

The following was acquired from: http://www.francogene.com/genealogie-quebec/000/156.php> a translated version follows:
Here the family of Antoine DESROSIERS and Anne LENEUF of the HERISSON!
DESROSIERS, Antoine (Antoine & Sylvie) , Baptized 1617-04-14 Renaison. (The Loire), France, Deceased 1691-08-08, Buried 1691-08-09 Champlain (Quebec)
Married 1647 Renaison (The Loire:), France, marriage contract 1647-11-24 (Notary Boujonnier)
LENEUF of the HERISSON, Anne (Michel LENEUF &.., according to DGFQ 348, born about 1632 (census-1666) Calvados, France.
1) Anne , born 1661-11-12, baptized 1661-11-12 Trois-Rivières, died 1731-02-23, buried 1731-02-24 Champlain, marriage contract 1674-04-04 heading 1674-04-14 (notary Guillaume Larue) Jacques TURCOT , married Champlain 1702-04-24 Jean Baptiste DEBIDABÉ aka TROISVILLE
2) Antoine , born 1664-08-30, baptized 1664-08-30 Trois-Rivières, deceased between 1737-06-17 and 1742-01 Berthierville, married Champlain 1696-11-26 Marie Renee LEPELLÉ
3) Jean , Married Champlain 1682-01-20 Marie Francoise Perrine DANDONNEAU
4) Marie , Baptized 1650-06-16 Trois-Rivières, Died After 1711-02-18, Married Trois-Rivières 1664-02-19 Alexandre RAUX
5) Marie Jeanne , born about 1671 (rec-1681, conf-1681), 1673 (m-1687), deceased after 1744-08-28, married Champlain 1687-03-18 Claude DROUET de RICHARVILLE
6) Michel , marriage contract under private signature 1679-01-14 (notary Antoine Adhémar) Marie Thomas ARTAULT
7) Pierre , Married Champlain 1693-04-27 Marguerite AUBUCHON
Other information on this family
Source or reference: Ferdinand Desrosiers; Program research in historical demography of the University of Montreal (Prdh-rab)

The following was acquired from[19]:(web page not available)
MICHEL LeNEUF du HÉRISSON
His only child and daughter, Anne born 1632 in the bourg of Thierry in Caen, Normandy married Antoine DesROSIERS in 1649 is my direct ancestor.
Antoine Desrosiers and Anne duHérisson had eight children. Sons Jean born 1657 and Antoine born 1664, were members of an association created in 1683 between nine men from Champlain for the purpose of fur trading. The composition of these associates is noteworthy in that it concentrated the power of three influential families in the region: Dandonneau (Huguenot fur-trading merchants), Chorel and Aubuchon. Jean's wife was Françoise Dandonneau. The association dissolved after the summer of 1688 when Jacques Babie, merchant and principal investor, died.
All the sons were involved in the business of procuring and selling furs. Son, Michel dit Desilets born 1652 married Thomasse Artault the daughter of an Algonquin and a fur trader, son Jean dit LeFrenière married Françoise Dandonneau as mentioned above, Antoine dit DuTremble was part of the syndicate mentioned above and received a passport in 1689 to trade in the west. The west, in this case, was probably no further than the Great Lakes. To control the furtrading and collect appropriate taxes, the French government issued passports (permits), a form of license. They were difficult to acquire since in many years, only 25 were issued. To conduct fur trading or to travel west withouta passport was considered illegal and subject to punishment, most often fines or the confiscation of furs.
Son, Pierre dit Dargy born around 1667 married Marguerite AUBUCHON whose uncle was active in the trade.
Anne LeNeuf duHérisson died in Champlain in October 1711 at the age of 79.

Sources

  1. Sulte, Benjamin, Pages d’histoire du Canada, Montréal , 1891. p. 225
  2. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Notre-Dame-de-la-Visitation, Champlain, QC pg.245 Click this number to go to the actual web site[1]
  3. Registres photographies aux Archives d’Ottawa Ont. à 1654 Trois-Rivières extraits de vieux document (The copyrights in the Leneuf are being disputed in G2G and this image has been removed until further notice.)
  4. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Notre-Dame-de-la-Visitation, Champlain, Québec Canada Image 256 pg.245 Click this number to go to the actual web site[2]
  5. Sulte, Benjamin, Pages d’histoire du Canada, Montréal , 1891. p. 225
  6. In 1958 to 1961, the French channel CBC made 124, 30 minutes episode, on the adventures of Michel Leneuf, a courier in Nouvelle France, a series called Le Courrier du roy. Assisted by his Native American companion Kiwi, he travels the country to deliver important messages to the authorities and battle the British and the Iroquois.
  7. "'Petites histoires du nos ancêtres en Nouvelle-France: Michel Le Neuf, Sieur du Hérisson', February 28, 2011: 'Mentionnons d’abord la présence de la mère, Jeanne Le Marchand, veuve de Mathieu Le Neuf accompagnée de ses quatre enfants :
    - Michel Leneuf , sieur du Hérisson âgé de 35 ans et sa fille Anne(notre ancêtre) âgée de trois ans.
    - Jacques Le Neuf, Sieur de la Poterie, 30 ans et son épouse Marguerite Legardeur et leur fille Marie-Anne âgée d’environ trois ans. Jacques sera gouverneur de Trois-Rivières de 1645 à 1662 et même gouverneur intérimaire de la Nouvelle-France...
    Il laisse une fille Anne, notre ancêtre, selon toute probabilité une enfant illégitime[20] . Le lien paternel est reconnu dans son contrat de mariage avec Antoine Desrosiers en 1647. Elle dispose d’une dot de 500 livres. Cette somme est importante, mais nettement inférieure à la somme que la sœur de Michel, Marie avait reçu en 1636 à son mariage avec Jean Godefroy, sieur de Lintot (1 800 livres)[21].' [Loosely translation:] 'First mention of presence of mother, Jeanne Le Marchand, widow of Mathieu Le Neuf, accompanied by her four children:
    - Michel Leneuf hedgehog Sieur 35 years old and his daughter Anne (our ancestor) aged three.
    - Jacques Le Neuf , Sieur Pottery, 30 and his wife Marguerite Legardeur and their daughter Marie-Anne aged about three years. Jacques will be governor of Trois-Rivières from 1645 to 1662 and even acting governor of New France... When Michel Le Neuf died October 26, 1672 in Trois-Rivières, about sixty-one years old, he was still single or widowed... never married in New France... leaves a daughter Anne, our ancestress, in all probability an illegitimate child [20] . The paternal bond is recognized in his marriage contract with Antoine Desrosiers in 1647. She has a dowry of 500 pounds. This money is important, but significantly less than the amount the sister of Michael, Mary had received in 1636 her marriage to John Godfrey , lord of Lintot (1800 pounds) [21].'" <ref>[http://histoiresdancetres.com/vaillancourt/michel-le-neuf-sieur-du-herisson-un-ancetre-issu-de-la-vieille-noblesse-francaise/#_ftn2]</li>
    <li id="_note-7">[[#_ref-7|↑]] Source: [[#S427]] Page: Place: Quebec, Canada; Year: 1636; Page Number: 61. Data: Text: Birth date: abt 1632Birth place: Arrival date: 1636Arrival place: Quebec, Canada Note: [[#N450]]''</li> <li id="_note-8">[[#_ref-8|↑]] Source: [[#S441]] Data: Text: Death date: 16 October 1711Death place: Champlain, Canada Note'': [[#N451]]</li> <li id="_note-9">[[#_ref-9|↑]] Source: Recensement de 1666 en Nouvelle-France, référant au chapitre IV du livre Histoire des Canadiens-Français de Benjamin Sulte, compilé par Jean-Guy Sénécal (senecal@gel.ulaval.ca) le 17 mars 1998.</li> <li id="_note-10">[[#_ref-10|↑]] Source: Recensement de 1667 en Nouvelle-France, référant au chapitre IV du livre Histoire des Canadiens-Français de Benjamin Sulte, compilé par Jean-Guy Sénécal (senecal@gel.ulaval.ca) le 17 mars 1998.</li> <li id="_note-11">[[#_ref-11|↑]] Source: Recensement de 1681 en Nouvelle-France, référant au chapitre IV du livre Histoire des Canadiens-Français de Benjamin Sulte, compilé par Jean-Guy Sénécal [senecal@gel.ulaval.ca] le 17 mars 1998.</li> <li id="_note-12">[[#_ref-12|↑]] <sup>''Click this number to go to the actual web site''</sup>[https://www.genealogiequebec.com/Membership/LAFRANCE/acte/7276] Sépulture Anne Desrosiers</li> <li id="_note-13">[[#_ref-13|↑]] [http://collections.banq.qc.ca/ark:/52327/2431906] Notarial acts index, vol 1 page 150</li> <li id="_note-14">[[#_ref-14|↑]] [http://www.fichierorigine.com/recherche?nom=Desrosiers&commune=&pays=&mariagerech=] Fichier </li> <li id="_note-15">[[#_ref-15|↑]] [http://histoiresdancetres.com/vaillancourt/michel-le-neuf-sieur-du-herisson-un-ancetre-issu-de-la-vieille-noblesse-francaise/] histoires d'ancêtres</li> <li id="_note-16">[[#_ref-16|↑]] [http://www.biographi.ca/fr/bio/leneuf_du_herisson_michel_1F.html] bio Michel Leneuf</li> <li id="_note-17">[[#_ref-17|↑]] [http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/leneuf_du_herisson_michel_1E.html] bio Michel english</li> <li id="_note-18">[[#_ref-18|↑]] [htt''p://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/MarjChapman/TRDUHERR.HTM]</li></ol></ref>

Source: Généalogie Québec.

3. Tanguay - Volume 1, p. 192
5. Tanguay - Volume 1, p. 192, 381
6. Noblesse Québécoise - Table 68A
7. Courriel de Natalie Bédard - 2 avril 2008, selon PRDH
11. Noblesse Québécoise - Table 134 (vers 1630)
12. Noblesse Québécoise - Table 134
13. Casgrain, Baby et Perreault - p. 164 (1649)
  • "Nos Origines" [5]


Acknowledgements

Thanks to Denis Givogue for starting this profile.

This person was created through the import of myfamily.ged on 23 March 2011.

WikiTree profile Leneuf-4 created through the import of Mykin_2012-01-10.ged on Jan 11, 2012 by Garnet Quigley.

Thank you to Sarah Sonn for creating this profile, Apr 15, 2013

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Images: 4
Antoine Desrosiers Image 2
Antoine Desrosiers Image 2

Anne du Hérrison Image 2
Anne du Hérrison Image 2

Michel le Neuf du Hérisson Image 1
Michel le Neuf du Hérisson Image 1

Widowed mother Jeanne Le Marchand LeNeuf de la Poterie and sons travel to New France
Widowed mother Jeanne Le Marchand LeNeuf de la Poterie and sons travel to New France

Collaboration

On 25 May 2016 at 16:29 GMT Ross Ashley wrote:

Leneuf du Hérisson-5 and Duhérisson-3 appear to represent the same person because: after all the uproar here I am fairly certain these two women are the same person, just as the two Antoines are the same person. We have uncertain sources for her birthdate and parentage, but at some point in our researches we all run into dead ends.

On 22 Feb 2016 at 14:18 GMT Sarah (Freeman) Sonn wrote:

There is an article on Ancestry, about Michel Le Neuf du Herrison's and Anne's arrival and life in Canada. one portion states. "Was Michel married? If so we know nothing about his wife. We know he came to Canada with an infant of about 4 years. by the name of Anne. Fr. Godbout expresses the idea that she was perhaps "the fruit of a misalliance"

It also states that the Leneuf family was of the nobility. A fact that they had to prove in a judgement of the Kings Council on Sept 1, 1667. This was recognized and the judgement was registered by the Sovereign Council, Sept 23, 1675.

On 22 Feb 2016 at 02:51 GMT Danielle Liard wrote:

OK cousins, we need to eliminate her purported mother, who was in fact her grandmother. The grandmother arrived with her children and any spouses and their children in 1636. Image 3 above is of her grandfather's family, not her father's. The Anne named in that family was not their daughter. Abbé Tanguay erred. Her mother is unknown. Have gone through various sources in both French and English on her, and they all agree her mother is unknown. Let me know your comments please.

On 10 Nov 2014 at 02:50 GMT Denis Givogue wrote:

Duhérisson-3 and Leneuf du Hérrison-1 are not ready to be merged because: Michel le Neuf du Hérisson (Le Neuf du Hérisson-1) did not marry and did not have any children, he was only present at the wedding and gave a dowry to her, too many managers on WikiTree only copy and plagiarize information from other Genealogy sites and none of them produced the actual act of marriage on November 24, 1647 in Trois-Rivieres, Canada so until then an Unmerged Match will remain

On 9 Nov 2014 at 21:34 GMT Denis Givogue wrote:

Leneuf du Hérrison-1 and Duhérisson-3 do not represent the same person because: No reliable data that Anne Leneuf was Michel Leneuf daughter. Until the rest of the manager can come up with an offical document other than fauls copies on internet

On 20 Sep 2014 at 23:42 GMT Ross Ashley wrote:

Susan, you are right, the information on Jeanne le Marchand is so confused ... unless there were two of her, and Michel married a woman with the same name as his mother?

On 20 Sep 2014 at 22:32 GMT Susan Martin wrote:

I am sorry i meant Jeanne LeMarchand is NOT Michel's wife, but his mother.

On 20 Sep 2014 at 22:31 GMT Susan Martin wrote:

Genealogy of Canada has some very different information:

Mathieu LeNeuf (b 1575) married Jeanne Lemarchand (b 1575)

Their children are Michel (1600) , Jacques (1604), Madeleine (1605) and Marie (1611).

Michel is the Father of Anne LeNeuf ( b 1631)not her husband.

It is unknown whether Anne's mother died before her passage to Canada or that Anne might be an illegitimate child. Michel never married again.

My Source is http://www.nosorigines.qc.ca/GenealogieQuebec.aspx?genealogieLeNeuf_Anne&pid11120&lng=fr

I have NOT made any changes because of the complexities of all the relationships. I was hoping another person could confirm or deny the information before I jump in the middle of it.

On 26 Jul 2014 at 15:13 GMT Richard Van Wasshnova wrote:



Anne is 19 degrees from Kevin Bacon, 23 degrees from AJ Jacobs, 31 degrees from Michael Phelps, 30 degrees from Neil deGrasse Tyson and 16 degrees from Queen Elizabeth II of the Commonwealth Realms on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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