Jacques Marquette migrated from France to New France.
Jacques Marquette is Notable.
Jacques Marquette was born on 10 June 1637 in Laon, Picardie, (now Aisne dept.) France. He was the son of Nicolas Marquette, seigneur de Tombelles and councilor of Laon, and of Rose de La Salle.
Jacques joined the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) when he was 17.  In October 1654 he is with the Jesuits in Nancy. He was ordained as a priest on 7 March 1666.
He studied and taught in Jesuit universities in France for twelve years.
In 1666 he was sent to Canada as a missionary to the Indians,  arriving in Québec city on 20 September of that year.
He became fluent in many Native languages and was sent up the Saint-Lawrence River where he established several missions in what is now Michigan.
In 1673 he joined Louis Joliet, a French Canadian fur trader in an expedition to explore and map the Mississippi River.
Père Jacques documented his explorations in his journals. 
After their expedition, Jacques set out in 1674 to establish a mission among Illinois natives.
He died on May 18, 1675, en route to St-Ignace at the mouth of a river later named Père Marquette in his honor (now Luddington, Michigan). 
↑ Quebec, Quebec Federation of Genealogical Societies, Family Origins, 1621-1865," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QKDB-HQBN : 10 February 2018), Jacques Marquette, 10 Jun 1637; citing Laon, Aisne, France, Birth, La Fédération québécoise des sociétés de généalogie (The Quebec Federation of Genealogical Societies), Canada.
↑Ancestry Record 7486 #338082 Filby, P. William, ed. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s. Farmington Hills, MI, USA: Gale Research, 2012. Place: Quebec, Canada; Year: 1666; Page Number: 14
Name: Jacques Marquette
Arrival year: 1666
Arrival Place: Quebec, Canada
Primary Immigrant: Marquette, Jacques
Source Publication Code: 91.40
Annotation: Date and port of arrival, or date and place of first mention in the New World. Place of origin, place of settlement, occupation, and date and place of birth, baptism, or burial may be provided for some immigrants. Extensive historical information is also provided.
Source Bibliography: ALDERSON, JO BARTELS, AND KATE ALDERSON. Wisconsin's Early French. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1998. 208p.
Find A Grave: Memorial #671 Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 11 April 2019), memorial page for Fr Jacques “Père” Marquette (1 Jun 1637–18 May 1675), Find A Grave Memorial no. 671, citing Father Marquette Monument, Saint Ignace, Mackinac County, Michigan, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave .