René (Senard) Sénard
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René (Senard) Sénard (1650 - 1691)

René Sénard formerly Senard aka Sénat
Born in Nantes (St-Jacques-de-Pirmil) (Loire-Atlantique), Francemap
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married 9 Jan 1679 in Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada, Nouvelle-Francemap
Descendants descendants
Died in Québec, Canada, Nouvelle-Francemap
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René (Senard) Sénard lived
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René (Senard) Sénard migrated from France to New France.
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Biography

SÉNARD, René

Date de baptême: 22-04-1650
Lieu d'origine: Nantes (St-Jacques-de-Pirmil) (Loire-Atlantique) 44109
Parents: Antoine SÉNARD et Jeanne Ertaud
Métier du père: Boulanger
Date de mariage des parents: 00-01-1639
Lieu de mariage des parents: Nantes (44109)
Date du contrat de mariage: 16-01-1639
Notaire: Me Ollive (document no 5AD44-4E12/928 Notaires divers, Nantes)
Première mention au pays: 1674
Occupation à l'arrivée: Boulanger
Date de mariage: 09-01-1679
Lieu du mariage: Québec (Notre-Dame)
Conjointe: Françoise Philippeau
Décès ou inhumation: Québec, 20-10-1691
Remarques: Les actes suivants sont à Nantes (St-Jacques-de-Pirmil). Son père est b. le 25-03-1611 (François et Xainte Guibaud). Cinq frères et soeurs sont b. : Pierre, le 27-11-1639 ; Renée, le 10-03-1641 ; Jeanne, le 18-03-1642 ; Marguerite, le 12-07-1643 et Jacques le 26-10-1644. Les actes suivants sont à Rezé-lès-Nantes, auj. Rezé (44143). Sa mère Janne Ertaud (Jean et Marguerite Halbert), est née le 22-02-1620. Trois soeurs : Françoyse Sénard (père défunt), d. le 30-06-1661 ; Gratienne Sénart, m. le 23-01-1674 avec Michel Pélippes (parents omis), né à St-Sébastien-sur-Loire (44190) ; et Suzanne Sénard, m. le 11-08-1676 avec Julien Orieux (Gilles et feue Marie Agaisse), né à Bouguenais (44020). Acte à signaler : Julien Sénard (veuf d'Andrée Joly), m. à Rezé-lès-Nantes, le 26-08-1641 avec Jeanne Ertaud (veuve de Georges Guillou).

Information, Other Kids, Notes etc.

His marriage record incorrectly wrote his name as Sénat, but all other records afterwards put his name correctly as Sénard. There is additional data above on his family in France in the remarks from fichierorigine.

The date of birth is the christening date. Son of Antoine and Jeanne Artault /Ertaud

Baptism: 22 April 1650 at Nantes (St-Jacques-de-Pirmil), France

Marriage

René at 29 & Françoise Philippeau at 16

January 9, 1679, Quebec, Canada; (CT 27-11-1678 Becquet) with Françoise Philippeau

Occupation: Baker

First mention of his presence in Canada in 1674

Cited on 27-4-1678 in Québec



Sources

Burial Source: PRDH (J.P. Boucher)

http://www.nosorigines.qc.ca/GenealogieQuebec.aspx?genealogy=Francoise_Philippeau&pid=21454&lng=en

Brother's Keeper files of John Raitt



Acknowledgements

Thanks to Glenn Raitt for starting this profile.



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