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Marie Thérèse (Marchard) Machard (abt. 1664 - abt. 1728)

Marie Thérèse Machard formerly Marchard aka Marchand, Machart, Macart, Alavoine
Born about in La Rochelle, Aunis, Normandiemap
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married 3 Oct 1689 in Saint Barthélémy, La Rochelle Francemap
Descendants descendants
Died about in Montréal, Canada, Nouvelle-Francemap
Profile last modified | Created 26 Sep 2012
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Marie Thérèse (Marchard) Machard migrated from France to New France.
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Biography

Marie was born in 1664. Marie Machard ... She passed away in 1728.

Mother of the Alavoine/Machard lineage of America. Marries Charles Alavoine in La Rochelle (France) in 1690; of this marriage come:

Marie-Françoise Alavoine (married to Jean-Baptiste Chevalier), Marguerite-Charlotte Alavoine (married to Théophile Barthe) and Jacques-Charles Alavoine (married to Marie-Anne Lefebvre)

"...parish record for Jean Baptiste's marriage to Marie-Francoise Alavoine. He was 35 years old and she was 19. They were married April 28th, 1709. Her parents were Charles Alavoine born around 1660 at La Rochelle and Marie-Thérèse Marchand, She was born around 1664. Charles owned a stone house on the rue Saint-Jacques. He was a merchant of large goods. She was a merchant of small goods." [1]

There was a criminal trial for assault perpetrated by her on Martin Massé, locksmith, during a discussion on payment for a small chest of hers he had repaired. She was condemned to pay indemnity and the expenses of the trial and forbidden to repeat such offense.

Procès entre Martin Massé, serrurier, plaignant, et Marie Thérèse Machard, femme de Charles Alavoine, accusée d'agression et blessures; 21 août 1697-7 septembre 1697

Description: Ce dossier de matière criminelle est composé des pièces suivantes : la plainte de Martin Massé, à l'effet qu'il a été agressé et blessé par Marie Thérèse Machard au cours d'une discussion portant sur le paiement pour des travaux de réparation d'une petite cassette appartenant à l'accusée ; l'autorisation de faire assigner les témoins ; l'original et la transcription de l'information judiciaire ; la procuration de Massé à Quenneville comme procureur ; la requête en dommages par Massé ; le réquisitoire du procureur du roi contre Marie Machard et la sentence contre cette dernière, condamnée aux dépens avec défense de récidiver. Les témoins sont Marie-Madeleine Dumouchel, âgée de 19 ans ; Jean Chénier, charpentier ; et Charles de Couagne, marchand[2]

Sources

  1. "TeamVanrens.com: 'Jean Baptiste's Marriage record.'"
  2. 21 août 1697-7 septembre 1697 Cote : TL4,S1,D228A Fonds Juridiction royale de Montréal - BAnQ Vieux-Montréal Id 697319
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