Antoine (Filion) Fillion
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Antoine (Filion) Fillion (abt. 1637 - bef. 1669)

Antoine Fillion formerly Filion aka Filion
Born about in Paris, Île-de-France, Francemap
Brother of
Husband of — married 16 Aug 1664 in Paris, St-Germain l'Auxerrois, Île-de-France, Francemap
Descendants descendants
Died before in Québec, Canada, Nouvelle-Francemap
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Biography

Drapeau identifiant les profils du Canada, Nouvelle-France
Antoine (Filion) Fillion lived
in Canada, Nouvelle-France.

Antoine’s marriage to Anne d’Anneville is amply documented. Antoine and his spouse Anne were married in France in 1664 shortly before embarking to Quebec in 1665. Their first child, Jeanne, was born in France and reportedly died at sea or early on after the family’s arrival in Quebec. Two children, Jean and Antoinette were born before Antoine’s untimely death at age 32. The children were adopted by Antoine’s older brother Michel. Antoine’s widow, Anne, married Jean-Baptiste Charon.. Their 28 Nov 1669 parish marriage record shows that Anne was the widow of Antoine Fillion.

  • 1637, about - birth of Antoine Fillion at Paris (Seine), France. See Antoine Fillion birth and marriage infomation at FichierOrigine. [1]
Note: The spelling of the Fillion surname changed to Filion (one 'l') during the family’s next generation in Quebec.
  • 1662 - birth of son Pierre in Paris, France, from first marriage to unknown spouse. Pierre is found with Antoine and Anne in a 1667 Quebec census and was probably adopted by Anne’s 2nd husband.
  • 1664, 16 Sep - Marriage to Anne d’Anneville at Paris, France. [1]. Their marriage is noted in Tanguay at [2]
  • 1665 - birth of daughter Jeanne Fillion at La Rochelle, France (St-Jean du Perot)
  • 1665, 18 Jun - Antoine Fillion arrived at Quebec with family members from Rochelle, France via Dieppe on the St Jean-Baptiste. See Antoine and family on the migrations.fr website at [3] The following family members arrived on the St-Jean-Baptiste:
Marguerite Roy, widow of Brice Danneville.
Her daughters Gabrielle and Anne Danneville
Anne's husband Antoine Fillion and their daughter Jeanne and Pierre a son from Antoine's previous marriage. Jeanne might have died at sea.
Marguerite and family were preceded in Quebec by her son Michel Fillion.
  • 1666 birth and death in Quebec of son Jean-Baptiste Fillion. Jean-Baptiste died on 16 Oct that year. See Drouin record for Jean-Baptiste Fillion burial at Notre-Dame, Quebec. [4]
  • 1667 - Quebec census shows Antoine at age 30, Anne at age 20, and Pierre at age 10.

Recensement 1667 Census: Québec
Antoine Fillion, 30 ; Anne d'Anneville, sa femme, 20 ; Pierre, 10. [5][6]

  • 1667, 31 Oct - birth of son Jean Fillion. See Drouin record for Jean Fillion baptism at Notre-Dame, Quebec. [7] and
  • 1668, abt. - birth of daughter Antoinette Fillion. Note: record(s) for Antoinnette have not been located at either Drouin or Tanguay. This appears to be an error on Sulte's and Honorius Provost's parts. See Jean's profile for full data.
  • 1669, 16 Nov - Antoine died at about age 32 at Quebec leaving Anne his widow with two infant children Jean and Antoinette. The fate of Pierre Fillion, about age 12, is unknown. [1]
  • 1669 - Michel Fillion, Antoine’s brother, adopts 2 of Antoine’s infant children, Jean and Antoinette. [8] Note later Tanguay records show Jean as a member of Michel’s family. Tanguay doesn’t mention Antoinette Fillion.
Note: Michel Fillion, the older brother of Antoine, did not marry Anne d'Anneville. Michel did however adopt two of her infants after Antoine died at age 32 in 1669 Quebec [8]. Anne remarried later that year (1669) to Jean-Baptiste Charon, and they had 10 known children between 1669 and 1687. Note: Only Jean Fillion appears to have been adopted, the evidence of the 1681 census shows that he is the only other Fillion in the household. See Jean's profile for more.
Tanguay records at 4-1, pg 26 [9] and 1-1, pg 232 [10] are in error about Anne's marriage to Michel Fillion. [8]
  • 1669, 28 Nov - Anne remarries, see 1669 Drouin marriage record at Notre-Dame, Quebec for Jean-Baptiste Charon and Anne d'Anneville [11]. and Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families (Tanguay Collection) at [12]


Notes

  • Our Ancestors - Here is some biographical information about the various F(Ph)il(l)ion/Feuillon ancestors who came to New France (before 1763).

http://www3.sympatico.ca/mario.filion/ancestors.htm#michel some verification required

Paris Notarial and other acts / Actes notariaux et autres de Paris

FILLION, Antoine, né à Paris (Saint-Germain-l’Auxerrois) vers 1637, maître chaudronnier arrivé au Canada en 1665 avec son épouse. Fils d’André et de Gabrielle Sanlerque. (DGFQ, p. 420) (FO-390016)[13]

FILLION, Michel, né à Paris (Saint-Germain-l’Auxerrois) vers 1633, hussier et arpenteur et notaire royal arrivé au Canada en 1654. Fils d’André et de Gabrielle Sanlerque. (DGFQ, p, 420) (DBC, vol. 1, p. 314)[13]

Mariage des parents :
Le 26.03.1631 à Paris (Paroisse non spécifiée)
André Fillion maître corroyeur de Paris et Gabrielle Sanlerque.[13]

Contitution de rente de son père :
Le 16.01.1640 devant Claude Ménard, Étude XXXIX 72
André Fillion, maître corroyeur baudroyeur, et Gabrielle Sanlerque, sa femme de lui autorisée, demeurant rue de la Tabletterie, paroisse Saint-Germain-l’Auxerrois, ont constitué une rente de 100 livres un sol, à Françoise Augrand, femme de Gervais Moël, serviteur domestique de monsieur Rouillard, demeurant rue Marmault paroisse Saint-Jacques-de-la-Boucherie. André Fillion a très bien signé. Les deux femmes ont déclaré ne savoir.[13]

André Fillion apparaît de nombreuses fois dans des actes de la communauté des corroyeurs ; en particulier avec Nicolas Nolan, un confrère et voisin, père du pionnier Pierre Nolan.[13]

Mariage des pionniers :
Le 16.08.1664 à l’église Saint-Germain-l’Auxerrois de Paris
Antoine Fillion maître chaudronnier et Anne d’Anneville.[13]

Fichier origine

FILION / FILLION, Antoine 390016
Date de naissance: Vers 1637
Lieu d'origine: Paris (Seine) 75056
Parents: André FILLION/FILLON et Gabrielle Senler/Sanlecq
Métier du père: Maître corroyeur
Date de mariage des parents: 26-03-1631
Lieu de mariage des parents: Paris (75056)
Première mention au pays: 1665
Occupation à l'arrivée: Maître chaudronnier
Date de mariage: 16-08-1664
Lieu du mariage: Paris (St-Germain l'Auxerrois)
Conjointe: Anne d'Anneville
Date de décès: Avant le 16-11-1669
Remarques: Cm des parents le 07-05-1628 chez Me Jean Dupuys à Paris. Leur fille Jeanne Fillion n/b 07-04-1665 à La Rochelle (St-Jean-du-Pérot) (17300). Ses parents demeurent à Paris (St-Germain-l'Auxerrois, rue de la Tabletterie) le 16-01-1640, selon une constitution de rente pour Françoise Augrand (épouse de Gervais Noël) devant le notaire Claude Ménard à Paris. Son frère Michel Fillion fut huissier, arpenteur, secrétaire, greffier, procureur fiscal, juge sénéchal et notaire royal en Nouvelle-France. Son grand-père paternel est Edmond Fillon. Ses grands-parents maternels sont Élie Sanlecq et Louise Cepron.[14][1]

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Fichier Antoine Fillion 2020 Fédération québécoise des sociétés de généalogie//Québec Federation of Genealogical Societies
  2. " Quebec, Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families (Tanguay Collection), 1608-1890 for Antoine Fillion," database onlne, Ancestry Image
  3. "Le St-Jean-Baptiste de Dieppe pour Quebec 1665," page online: Web Page
  4. "Drouin 1666 burial at Notre-Dame, Quebec," Image online, Ancestry Image
  5. Recensements de 1666-1667 en Nouvelle-France, référant au chapitre IV du livre Histoire des Canadiens Français de Benjamin Sulte, compilés par Jean-Guy Sénécal le 17 mars 1998
  6. "1667 PRDH Residence for Antoine Fillion," database online, PRDH
  7. "Drouin, 1667 Baptism for Jean Fillion at Notre-Dame, Quebec," image online, Ancestry, View 2nd entry in 2nd column of Image
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 "Honorius Provost, “FILLION, MICHEL,” in Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. 1, University of Toronto/Université Laval, 2003–, accessed August 17, 2019, http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/fillion_michel_1E.html
  9. "Drouin 1667 Marriage for Michel Fillion and Anne Danneville at Notre-Dame, Quebec," Image online, Ancestry Image
  10. "Drouin 1667 Marriage for Michel Fillion and Anne D'Anneville at Notre-Dame, Quebec," Image online, Ancestry Image
  11. "1669 Drouin marriage record for Anne d'Anneville at Notre-Dame, Quebec," image online: Ancestry Image
  12. "Anne d'Anneville in '1669, (28 novembre) Quebec.' Tanguay marriage record, Vol 1, Sect 1, page 118", image online: Ancestry Image
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 Les familles pionnières de la Nouvelle-France dans les archives du Minutier central des notaires de Paris, Présentées et annotées par Marcel Fournier, Auteur Jean-Paul Macouin, Société de recherche historique Archiv-Histo, 2016. pg 83
  14. DGFQ, p. 420; DBAQ, vol. 2, p. 232

Tree: http://www.nosorigines.qc.ca/GenealogieQuebec.aspx?genealogy=Antoine_Filion&pid=612692&lng=en

  • Source: S412 Author: Ancestry.com Title: Actes d’état civil et registres d’église du Québec (Collection Drouin), 1621 à 1967 Publication: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2008.Original data - Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Institut Généalogique Drouin.Original data: Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montreal, Quebe; Repository: #R7

* Ancestry Family Tree : https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/9078439/person/1850110912/facts Note: #N1807

Acknowledgements

  • WikiTree profile Filion-36 created through the import of Mykin_2012-01-10.ged on Jan 11, 2012 by Garnet Quigley.




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Hi. I'd like to know the sources for two entries.

- 1668, abt. - birth of daughter Antoinette Fillion. - 1669 - Michel Fillion, Antoine’s brother, adopts 2 of Antoine’s infant children, Jean and Antoinette. [8] - 18 Aug 2019 - Drouin marriage or death record for Pierre Fillion/Charon in Quebec not found for 20 year period after 1665 arrival from France. Pierre was adopted by Anne d'Anneville's second husband about 1669/

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