Surnames/tags: french_roots filles_du_roi euroaristo
Categories: French Roots Project.
Goals of Mini-Project
There are a couple goals that this project seeks to fulfill:
- Cleanup of existing profiles: This includes merging away duplicates (there are many), changing LNABs as needed, and adding sources.
- Adding additional ancestors: Catherine de Baillon has a very interesting pedigree. While there are many ancestors that can be added, there are a couple parts of her lineage that are of particular note:
- Lineage to Jean Lhullier (200) and Jeanne de Vitry (201): While not royalty, these ancestors are the common ancestors of many royals. Living examples include Queen Elizabeth II and Felipe VI of Spain. The direct ascendance of these royals also needs to be worked on, which would likely be in close collaboration with the Euro Aristo project. Currently, the relevant royal lineages back to Lhullier and Vitry dead-end on WikiTree at Marie Sybille de Nassau-Saarbrücken and Christina Salm, respectively.
- Lineage to Eudoxia Lascaris (7745): Eudoxia's pedigree is a very interesting one. Her father's side presents Catherine Baillon's quickest known path to royalty, in this case to the Byzantine Emperor Theodore II Doukas (Lascaris). Her mother's side also provides additional paths back to Charlemagne.
- Document relationships to other Québécois families:
- Family of Louis Théandre Chartier: A recent article in the American-Canadian Genealogist documents the relationship between the Chartier and Baillon families in some level of detail. Specifically, it asserts that his uncle Denis Chartier married Marie de Gaillaudon, second cousin to Catherine de Baillon.
- Family of Gilles Badaillac dit Laplante: The marriage between Catherine's daughter, Marie-Claude Miville, and Gilles Badaillac dit Laplante includes a dispensation for consanguinity of the third degree. See the following link:
- "Québec, registres paroissiaux catholiques, 1621-1979," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-899S-DHXY?cc=1321742&wc=9RL4-6TY%3A20758901%2C20758902%2C20972601 : 16 July 2014), Saint-François-du-Lac > Saint-François-du-Lac > Baptêmes, mariages, sépultures 1687-1790 > image 263 of 813; Archives Nationales du Quebec (National Archives of Quebec), Montreal.
Note about Tables Below
The tables below are based in large part on the following work:
René Jetté, John P. Dulong, Roland-Yves Gagné, Gail F. Moreau, and Joseph A. Dubé. Table d'ascendance de Catherine Baillon: 12 générations. Montréal, Québec: Société généalogique canadienne-française, 2001.
Helpful Online Links
- http://habitant.org/baillon/ This website has been administered by the same team whose research was published in the Table d'ascendance.
- https://acgs.org/Download/ACGS_Baillon_1999.pdf The team cited above generously agreed to have the American Canadian Genealogical Society publicly host a previously published article that provides evidence of the direct lineage back to King Philippe II Auguste. A more recent article casts doubt on the specific lineage from the aforementioned to Charlemagne, but that need not concern us as other routes to Charlemagne from Philippe II are readily available. The article is free to read or download and is written in English.
Ancestral Tables by Generation (Not Yet Complete)
|1||Catherine de Baillon||Merge with De_Baillon-8||DONE|
|2||Alphonse de Baillon||Only needs French bio now|
|3||Louise de Marle||Needs French bio|
|4||Adam de Baillon||Done, French bio to be added||Kyla H|
|5||Renée de Maillard||Done, French bio to be aded|
|6||Mathurin de Marle||Sourced, just needs French bio|
|7||Anne Bizet||Done, still needs French bio|
|8||Adam de Baillon||Done, French bio to be added|
|9||Jeanne de La Saussaye||Done|
|10||Miles Nicolas de Maillard||Done, French bio to be added|
|11||Marie de Morand||Cleaned up, source added|
|12||Waast de Marle||Merge and clean-up completed|
|13||Madeleine Le Sueur||Done|
|14||Jean Bizet||Greg Lavoie|
|15||Marguerite Chabot||Greg Lavoie|
|16||Adam de Baillon||Done|
|17||Philippe Vaultier||fixed according to Jetté's data|
|18||Jean de la Saussaye||done, just nees LNAB fixed now|
|19||Jeanne de Morvillier||Done, LNAB has been fixed|
|20||Jacques Maillard||some sources added|
|21||Bénigne Le Bouteillier||cleaned up but unsourced|
|24||Claude de Marle||Done, French bio to be added|
|25||Antoinette Lhuillier||Sources added|
|26||Gabriel Le Sueur||Done. Spurious connection with "Louise de Merle" removed.|
|30||Antoine Chabot||Sourced now||Greg Lavoie|
|31||Catherine Lombard or Lombart||Sourced now||Greg Lavoie|
|32||Michel Baillon||Cleaned up, source added|
|33||Jeanne Le Seigneur||Rassinot-1 adopted and merged her. Sources are available (Godbout, d'Hozier)|
|36||Oliver de la Saussaye||Done (French only)|
|37||Jeanne Péloquin||Done (French only)|
|38||Étienne de Morvillier||Done (French only)|
|39||Marie Gaillard||Done (French only)|
|40||Vigor Maillard||Unsourced, orphaned, needs LNAB change|
|42||Jean Le Bouteiller||Unsourced|
|43||Marie de Venois||Unsourced, LNAB needs to be changed|
|48||Waast de Marle||Done|
|50||Jean Lhuillier or Luillier||Profile created, more sources would be nice|
|51||Louise Lemaistre||Profile created, more sources would be nice|
|52||Nicolas or Nicole Le Sueur|
|53||Marie Raoland or Roland|
|61||Louise or Louisette de Berre|
|62||Jean Lombard or Lombart||unsourced||Greg Lavoie|
|63||Douce Vian or Vienne||Unsourced||Greg Lavoie|
See Catherine de Baillon's ancestry, Part 2 for Generations VII and more.
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