Jeanne Crevier, eldest daughter of Christophe Crevier and Jeanne Evard or Enard, was baptized 4 Jun 1636 in the parish of Saint-Lo in Rouen, Normandie, France, with her mother's sister Madeleine Évard serving as godmother and her mother's brother Robert Évard as godfather. The priest made an error listing her given name as Madeleine after her godmother as was common, but all other records refer to her as Jeanne which was her mother's name as well.
Jeanne Crevier and Pierre Boucher had 15 children, including two sets of twins, all of whom lived at least until young adulthood, which was very rare for the time.
Pierre de Boucherville, born Trois-Rivières (~1653 - 1740)
Marie Ursule b. Trois-Rivières (1655 - 1733)
Lambert de GRANDPRÉ b. Trois-Rivières (1656 - 1699)
Ignace de GROSBOIS b. Trois-Rivières (1659 - 1699)
Madeleine b. Trois-Rivières? (1661 - 1739)
Marguerite b. Trois-Rivières (1663 - 1698)
Philippe b. Trois-Rivières (1665 - 1721)
Jean de MONBRUN b. Trois-Rivières (1667 - 1744)
René de LA PERRIÈRE b. Trois-Rivières (1668 - 1742)
Marie Louise b. Boucherville (1670 - 1756)
Jeanne b. Boucherville (1670 - 1703)
Nicolas-Michel b. Boucherville (1672 - 1733)
Jean-Baptiste de NIVERVILLE b. Boucherville (1673 - 1748)
Jacques de MONTIZAMBERT b. Boucherville (1673 - 1688)
Geneviève b. Boucherville (1676 - 1766)
Death and Burial
Jeanne Crevier, the widow of Pierre Boucher, died and was buried at Boucherville on the 11 Dec 1727. Although her burial record says she was about 96 years old, many other records, including her baptism and the census records, solidly establish that she was born in 1636, making her 91 years old when she died.