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Jeanne Perrin (1615 - aft. 1658)

Jeanne Perrin
Born in La Rochelle, Aunis, Francemap
Daughter of and
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married about 1638 in La Rochelle, Aunis, Francemap
Descendants descendants
Died after [location unknown]
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Biography

Jeanne Perrin was born on May 26, 1615, in La Rochelle, Aunis, France. She was baptized in the protestant temple there (St-Yon temple) on 31 May, daughter of David Perrin and of Jeanne Daniau[1]

She was married around 1638 in La Rochelle with Pierre Duteau.

She was hired on contract by Pierre Denys de La Ronde in La Rochelle, contract dated 16 Apr 1658 before notary Teuleron, to go work for Jacques Le Neuf.

Elle s’engage avec sa fille cadette Madeleine à Pierre Denys de La Ronde, le 16 avril 1658, pour aller travailler à Québec au service de Jacques Leneuf de La Porterie durant cinq ans, à titre de servante, à raison de 50 livres pour les deux. Ne signe pas. Elle quitte La Rochelle, à la mi-mai, à bord du navire Le Prince Guillaume et arrive à Québec le 11 juillet suivant.[2][3]

She came to the colony aboard the ship Pierre Guillaume (or Prince Guillaume) in 1658, from Aunis province of France, with her 3 children, Marie, Charles and Madeleine. No trace of abjuration of the protestant religion was found in the records in the colony, so it can be thought that the family abjured in France before leaving.[4]

Her children are also stated as having been hired by contract (on their individual fichier files).

Her daughter Marie Dutost (sic) married Pierre Lemay on 15 June 1659 in Trois-Rivières.[5] That record does not state whether Marie's parents were deceased or not.[6]

Her son Charles married Jeanne Rivard in 1669 (contract)[7]

Contrat de mariage entre Dutos, Charles, de Champlain, fils de Pierre Dutos et de Jeanne Pairain, de La Rochelle; et Jeanne Rivard, fille de Nicolas Rivard et de Catherine Saint-Père, de St-Éloy (22 avril 1669) Vol XXVI pg 247 Notaire Jacques de La Tousche[8]

Her daughter Madeleine married Nicolas Leblanc dit Labrie in 1664 (contract)[9]

Contrat de mariage entre Nicollas Leblanc dit Labrie, fils de Nicollas Leblanc dit Labrie et de Pierrette Chesnart; et Magdeleine Dutos, fille de Pierre Dutos, du pays d’Aunis (2 novembre 1664). Vol XXVI pg 209 Notaire Jacques de La Tousche[8]

Per this bio of the family (in French), none of the marriage records or contracts of her children state whether she was deceased or not. Her contract to Jacques Le Neuf was for 5 years. Prefen Jeanne Perrin et ses enfants They state Jacques Le Neuf was resident of Québec, but most traces of him are in Trois-Rivières, where he was residing in 1666 census.

She probably died in Trois-Rivières. She does not appear in 1666 and 1667 censuses, although those are notoriously sketchy on the names of servants. Only one woman is actually named as domestic servant in 1666 census in Trois-Rivières. Trois-Rivières parish records of the period are also fragmentary. Unless she returned to France.

Notes

Fichier origine

PERRIN, Jeanne 243240
Date de naissance: 26-05-1615
Date de baptême: 31-05-1615
Lieu d'origine: La Rochelle (Temple protestant St-Yon) (Charente-Maritime) 17300
Parents: David PERRIN et Jeanne Daniau
Date de mariage des parents: 04-08-1614
Lieu de mariage des parents: La Rochelle (Temple St-Yon) (17300)
Première mention au pays: 1658
Occupation à l'arrivée: Engagée par Jacques LeNeuf (ct Teuleron, La Rochelle, 16-04-1658)
Date de mariage: Vers 1638
Lieu du mariage: La Rochelle
Conjoint: Pierre Duteau
Remarques: Elle arrive de l'Aunis en 1658 sur le navire Pierrre Guillaume avec ses trois enfants: Marie, Charles et Madeleine. Aucune trace d'abjuration de la religion protestante, on peut penser que sa famille a abjuré avant de s'embarquer pour la Nouvelle-France.[10][11]

Sources

  1. Baptism image Fichier
  2. Blogue de Guy Perron #130: Liste des contrats d'engagement relevés à La Rochelle pour la Nouvelle-France au XVIIe siècle
  3. Blogue de Guy Perron #241: Les engagés levés par Pierre Denys de la Ronde pour le Canada en 1658
  4. Translated from Fichier data
  5. Fichier Marie Duteau
  6. Quebec, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1997 - Drouin IGD
  7. Fichier Charles Duteau
  8. 8.0 8.1 BAnQ Notarial acts index Inventaire des greffes des notaires du régime français, par Pierre Georges Roy et Antoine Roy; 27 Vol + index 1-8
  9. Fichier Madeleine Duteau
  10. DGFQ, p. 397; AG-LAR, p. 91
  11. Fichier Jeanne Perrin Fédération québécoise des sociétés de généalogie//Québec Federation of Genealogical Societies


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Jeanne Daniau d. 1614, her daughter Jeanne Perrin was born 1615? Please fix

posted by Dawn Ellis
Is Jeanne Pouvreau really her sister? Thought is strange that her mom-in-law turned out to be her sister.......
posted by [Living Gauvin]