Guillaume Daoust (c.1645 - c.1729)

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Birthplace: Sissonne, Laon (02), France
Death: Died in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec, Canada
Occupation: Cantor, Maitre Tailleur
Managed by: Senja Lopac
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About Guillaume Daoust

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Guillaume was born sometime between 1645 and 1656 (Burial records say that he was 84 years of age, which gives the early birth year of 1645). His father was Nicolas Daoust of the village of Sissonne and his mother, Jeanne Aubert was from nearby Montcornet. These are both in the Diocese of Laon in the province of Picardie in northern France. A recent article gives us much more on his ancestors in France! This part of the Island of Montreal was prone to Indian attacks at the time. In May 1687, the French declared war on the Iroquois. There were many settlers killed during these times. Near present day Baie d'Urfé, there was a squirmish in September of that year and Jean de la Londe, was killed. Marie Madeleine was 15 years old. The burial record shows the signatures of the curé and of Guillaume, as witness. Marie Madeleine de la Londe and Guillaume were married when she was 14 and he was around 30-40 on February 18th 1686. The marriage took place at the parish of Saints-Anges-Gardiens of Lachine. The present day church is across the street from the Fur Trading museum in Lachine. There is a replica of the first small church there. It is not the original site. The first chapel was built within the walls of Fort Remy which was located further east in present day Lasalle (originally part of Lachine). The ruins there of the second church are located in a city park, appropriately called "parc des Sts. Anges".

     During these troubled times, settlers living on the western tip of the island took refuge with the nearby people of Lachine.  Squirmishes continued and on the nights of August 4th and 5th 1689, the Massacre of Lachine occurred. Many settlers and soldiers defending the fort were killed.  The numbers vary, depending on the source!  Some were taken captive and tortured to death.

In 1694, Guillaume's signature is on a document reporting the finding of the skeletons of some victims. He is listed as cantor and verger of Saints Anges. Marie and Guillaume were living in Lachine at the time of the massacre with the widow of Jean de la Londe, who was remarried to a Pierre Tabault. In 1691, Marie Madeleine gave birth to their first child, Marie on September 12th. Sadly, she died eight years later. Their first son, Guillaume was born in Lachine in 1694. During the Iroquois troubles, the family moved to the east end of the island at Pointe-aux-Trembles. Their third child, Augustin was born here on February 12th 1697 as was their daughter Anne, on September 11th 1699. There are no records of their presence in Lachine from April 28th 1696 until November 15th 1699. From April 12th 1697 until September 23th 1699 many baptisms, marriages and deaths in the church records of Pointe-aux-Trembles mention the presence of Guillaume Daoust in various capacities. A treaty was signed with the Iroqouis in 1698 and Guillaume and his young family were able to return to the area of Lachine. The civil records of the parish of Lachine from 1676 to 1702 are found in a book in the Montreal Archive.

When Guillaume and his family returned to the western end of the island, they appear to have settled on the land he had obtained in 1685. The lot he had acquired from Jean Baptiste Migeon de Branssat in 1675 was sold to a Montreal innkeeper called Abraham Bouat on February 20th 1699 (in the document Guillaume is said to be residing in Pointe-aux-Trembles). In all, Guillaume and Marie Magdelaine had eight surviving children who all lived in the area of Ile Perrot and the southwest end of the island of Montreal. Most records of the families of Ile Perrot are found in the Parish of St Anne de Bellevue du Bout de l'ile (it was originally the parish of St. Louis). This was a new parish that encompassed areas of Lachine, Ste Anne de Bellevue and Pointe Claire. The baptismal records for several of the children of Guillaume D'Aoust are found here. Guillaume is listed as a habitant, among the first to grow wheat and share in a communal mill on Ile Perrot. This is the windmill of Pointe du Moulin built by Joseph Trottier Desruisseaux, sieur of l'ile Perrot. On March 5th 1710, Alexis Francois Daoust, the son of Guillaume and Marie Madeleine Lalonde was baptized in Ste. Anne de Bellevue. At the ceremony were several of the Trottier-Desruisseaux family. Among them were the seigneur, Joseph Trottier Desruisseaux and his wife, Francoise Cuillerier (the daughter of Rene Cuillerier). Joseph Trottier is a cousin of Marie Trottier, the wife of Louis Guillet dit St. Mars (grandparents on our mother's side!!)

Our Daoust ancestor died on March 8th 1729 and was buried a day later at the cemetery of St Anne de Bellevue. His wife, Marie Madelaine de Lalonde lived thirty more years before she passed away on January 1st 1761 at the age of 89. She was buried on the 3rd. Their son, Guillaume inherited the family land. He sold part of it to his brother, Louis, on March 21, 1738. The document states that the lot was in a state of abandonment. Guillaume had acquired other pieces of land a few years earlier and I expect he was more concerned with his other properties. For those who want to know more!!

Chronological Notarized and Civil acts witnessed by/or pertaining to Guillaume D'aoust

(a work in progress)

January 12, 1675 Montreal

Basset, B. :

Agreement between Jean-Baptiste Migeon and Guillaume Daoust. Witneses: Migeon De Branssat, D'aoust, LaSevre, F. Bailly. Addendum signed by Migeon de Branssat, D'aoust, Piere Caillé, J.G. and Basset (greffier).

June 24, 1675 Montreal

Basset, B :

Sale by Jean-Baptiste Migeon to Guillaume D'aoust. Signed by Migeon De Branssat, D'aoust, Pierre Caillé, Jehan Gervaise, Basset (greffier).

February 12, 1678 Montreal

Maugue:

Sale of land concession by Jean-Baptiste Migeon to Guillaume D'aoust for 135 livres. The land measures 2 arpents of waterfront by 20 arpents vis-a-vis the rapids of Two-Mountains and has a stone house on it.

July 10, 1683

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Death: Jean D'Amerique, servant of Gabriel de Berthe, escuyer Sieur de Chailly (he was at Guillaume D'aoust's wedding). Witnesses: René Guillerier and Dault (signed D'aoust - first time in registry)

December 15, 1683

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Baptism: Marie Magdeleine, daughter of Julien Magdeleinne and Marie Godin. Godfather: Guillaume D'aoust. Godmother: Marie Magdeleinne Edmont. Guillaume signed.

January 3, 1684 Montreal

Cabazie, P.:

Obligation between Pierre Lebeau and Abraham Bouat. Signed D'aoust, Bouat, S. Bernier and Cabazie.

July 19, 1684 Montreal

Basset, B.:

Obligation of Claude Lamothe to Guillaume D'aoust. Twenty four livres, 15 sols for sale and delivery of merchandise, payable on the debtor's return from the Iroquois war. Present were Jean Gervaise and Pierre Caillé. Signed by D'aoust, Basset.

July 19, 1684 Montreal

Basset, B.:

Donation of his worldly possessions to Marie Magdeleine de Lalonde in case he doesn't

return from the Iroquois War.

Document missing from archives.but transcription available.

August 21, 1684

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Baptism: Guillaume Lalonde. Godfather: Guillaume D'aoust didn't sign; it states he was at war. Godmother: Marie Magdeleine Lalonde. Parents: Jean de Lalonde, Marie Barban.

May 22, 1685

LR :

Baptism: Alexandre Cavellier, son of Sieur Cavellier recepteur des Messiers les Seigneurs de Montréal and Louise Dusouchet. Godfather: Sieur Guillaume D'aoust. Godmother: Marie Barbant, wife of Jean de Lalonde (first church warden of the mission of the upper part of this island). D'aoust signed and P. Cavellier.

September 20, 1685 Montreal

Cabazie, P.:

Concession of land measuring 60 arpents on Lake Saint Louis at "Pointe du rat musqué" obtained from the Sulpicians.

February 6, 1686 Montreal

Cabazie, P.:

Wedding contract between Guillaume D'aoust and Marie Magdeleine de Lalonde. Signed by Guillaume D'aoust, de Berthe, etc.

February 15, 1686

LR:

Wedding: Guillaume D'aoust and Marie Magdeleine de Lalonde. D'aoust signed.

November 29, 1686

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The first entry of Francois d'Urfé in Register.

September 30, 1687

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Death: Jean de Lalonde, buried in crypt of church of St. Louis. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

September 30, 1687

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Death: Henri Frommageau, 27 years old, killed by Iroquois on the same day as Jean de Lalonde. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

September 30, 1687

LR:

Death: Pierre Boynneau, 38 years old, killed on the same day as Jean de Lalonde by Iroquois. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust

October 19, 1690

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Death: Marie Daoust, 8 years 2 months old. Died the day before of pleurisy and fever. First child of Guillaume Daoust and Marie Magdelaine de Lalonde

November 10, 1691 Montreal

Adhémar dit Saint-Martin, A:

Agreement between Marie Barban, René Cuillerier and Guillaume Daoust.

After the marriage separation between Marie Barban and Pierre Tabaux, her second husband, she was forced to go into service to provide for her and her seven-year-old son Guillaume Lalonde. Due to the difficult times, she could forsee being unable to support him in the future. She requested from René Cuillerier, the court appointed tutor of her minor children, the two hundred and sixty-six livres, six sols owed to the succession by the Dames Religieuses Hospitalieres. Marie Madeleine de Lalonde, wife of Guillaume Daoust and Jean Baptiste Lalonde both forfeited their part of the succession for the upbringing of Guillaume Lalonde for the next four years (till he was eleven and able to support himself!).

October 18, 1694 Montreal

Adhémar dit Saint-Martin, A.:

Obligation by Guillaume D'aoust to René Cuillerier. Owes 210 livres.

October 27, 1694

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Death: Jacques Toumelet, son of Jacques Toumelet and Marqueritte Perrier. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

October 28, 1694

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Lachine Massacre burials. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

October 29, 1694

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Lachine Massacre burials. Witnesses: Guillaume D'aoust, Jean Paré.

October 30, 1694

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Baptism: Guillaume D'aoust, son of Guillaume D'aoust. Godfather: Jean Baptist de Lalonde. Godmother: Catherine Godin. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

December 28, 1695

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Death : Andre Rapein. Witnesses: D'aoust, Jean Paré.

January 2, 1695

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Death: Marie Barbe Pottier, daughter of Jean Baptist Pottier (notary of Montréal) and Marie Beauvais. Witnesses: D'aoust and Jean Paré.

January 13, 1695

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Death: Françoise Crepeau. Witnesses: D'aoust and Jean Paré.

February 6, 1695

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Death: Joseph Brunet. Witnesses: D'aoust and Paré.

April 1, 1695

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Death: Magdelenne Martin, daughter of François Martin and Catherine Goyer. Witnesses: Pottier (notary) and D'aoust.

June 5, 1695

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Death: Raymond Boyneau. Witnesses: D'aoust and Pottier.

June 14, 1695

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Death: François Guescongo (algonguin). Witness: D'aoust.

April 28, 1696

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Death: Claude Oquence (algonguin). Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

February 20, 1699 Montreal

Adhémar dit Saint-Martin, A.:

Sale of the land concession Guillaume D'Aoust, tailor, of Pointe aux Trembles on the island of Montreal obtained from Jean-Baptiste Migeon in 1678 to Abraham Bouat for 135 livres.

October 19, 1699

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Death: Marie D'aoust. Daughter of Guillaume and Marie Magdeleine Lalonde. Witnesses: J. Cuillerier, Guillaume D'aoust, Pottier

February 2, 1700

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Marie Catherine (nation des Sontagses). Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

February 4, 1700

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Death: Joseph Brunet, son of Michel Brunet and Marie Moison. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

March 25, 1700

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Death: Catherine Magdelenne. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

April 3, 1700

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Anthoine de frenel, son of Joseph Anthoine de frenel, escuyer, sieur de la Pepardiere, lieutenant of a company of a detachment of the Troupe Franche de la Marine, commander of Fort Rolland. Witnesses: Guillaume D'aoust, Pottier, etc

April 12, 1700

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Death: Achinnhace, etc (algonguin). Witnesses: Guillaume D'aoust, J. Cullerier and Pottier.

June 7, 1700

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Death: Françoise Cardinal. Witnesses: Guillaume D'aoust and Pottier.

September 21, 1700

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Death: Marie Magdelenne Lantier. Witnesses: Pottier and Guillaume D'aoust.

September 23, 1700

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Death: Marie Anne Lorimier. Witnesses: Pottier and Guillaume D'aoust.

October 29, 1700

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Death: Marie Josepthe (algonguin). Witnesses: B. Pottier and Guillaume D'aoust.

November 30, 1700

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Death: André Merlot. Witnesses: B. Pottier and D'aoust.

December 7, 1700

LR:

First Joseph Trottier signature!

January 20, 1701

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Death: Estienne Cardinal. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

March 14, 1701

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Death: J.B. Dany. Witnesses: Guillaume D'aoust and Martin Minie.

May 23, 1701

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Death: Jean Cuillerier, son of Jean and Marie Catherine Trothier. Witnesses: J. Cuillerier and Guillaume D'aoust.

May 23, 1701

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Death: René Chartier killed by Iroquois on August 5, 1689. Witnesses: Guillaume D'aoust and Martin Minie.

August 12, 1701 Montreal

Adhémar dit Saint-Martin, A.:

Obligation by Guillaume Daoust to Sr. Charles de Couagne for two hundred and fifty eight livres, two sols, eight deniers.

August 16, 1701

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J. B. Tasinet (algonguin). Witnesses: Guillaume D'aoust, René Cuillerier, Jean Cuillerier.

August 16, 1701

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Baptism: Charles D'aoust, son of Guillaume and Marie Magdeleine Lalonde, Charles Milot, Marie Perthuy. D'aoust signed.

October 9, 1701

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Death: Marie Catherine Boisson. Signed Guillaume Daoust and Martin Minie, both cantors of this church.

December 10, 1701

LR:

Death: Jacques Lantier. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

December 11, 1701

LR:

Death: Claude Boyer. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

December 15, 1701

LR:

Death: Françoise Messaguier. Witnesses: Guillaume D'aoust, René Cuillerier, son.

March 21, 1702

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Death: Pierre Roy. Guillaume D'aoust, cantor of this church, signed.

June 24, 1702

LR:

François Brunet dit le Boutbonnois, 57. Witnesses: Guillaume D'aoust, René Cuillerier (father).

October 5, 1702

LR:

Infant of J. Cuillerier and M.C. Trottier. Witnesses: René Cuillerier (father), Jean Cuillerier, Joseph Trotier and Guillaume D'aoust.

November 19, 1702

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Gedeon Cathalougne. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

January 5, 1703

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Death: Jean Leconte, 60 years old. Witnesses: René Cuillerier (father) and Guillaume D'aoust.

January 5, 1703

LR:

Death : Marie Joseph Brau, 19 months, smallpox. Witnesses: René Cuillerier (father) and Guillaume D'aoust.

January 19, 1703

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Death: François Vinet dit la rente, 30 years old. Witnesses: René Cuillerier (father) and Guillaume D'aoust.

January 22, 1703

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Death: Vincent Chamaillart, 21 years old. Witnesses: René Cuillerier (father) and Guillaume D'aoust.

January 28, 1703

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Death: Catherine Quenneville wife of Jan Biset (Blacksmith) and Angelique Biset, 3 years old both of smallpox. Witnesses: René Cuillerier (father) and Guillaume D'aoust.

February 6, 1703

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Death: Jean Biset (son of above) died of smallpox also. Witnesses: Biset and Guillaume D'aoust.

February 9, 1703

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Death: Marie Cardinal, 16 years old of smallpox. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

February 16, 1703

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Death: Genevieve Lantier, 6 days old. Witnesses: Guillaume D'aoust, René Guillerier (father), Jean Cuillerier.

March 2, 1703

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Death : Jean Touché, smallpox. Witnesses: Guillaume D'aoust and Jean Paré.

March 2, 1703

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Death: Marie Anne Legros, smallpox. Witnesses: Guillaume D'aoust and Jean Paré.

March 22, 1703

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Barbe Lalande. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

March 17, 1703

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Death: Jean Baptist LeRoux, smallpox. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

March 18, 1703

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Death: Marie Jeanne Homay, smallpox. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

April 7, 1703

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Death: Charle Gasse, 7 years old. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

April 11, 1703

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Death: Pierre Magnan, 5 months, smallpox. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

April 16, 1703

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Angelique Cardinal, 3 months, smallpox. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

April 20, 1703

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Death: Marie Françoise Touché, 4 years old, smallpox. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

April 22, 1703

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Death: Louis Roy, 1 month, smallpox. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

April 25, 1703

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Death: daughter of Louis Mallet. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

May 7, 1703

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Death: Marie Therese Martin. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

May 7, 1703

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Marriage: Jean Poineau (son of Gabriel Poineau and Jeanne Gouet) with Barbe Bourcier. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

May 8, 1703

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Death: Joseph Marie Prejan, 6 months, smallpox. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

May 18, 1703

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Death: Jacques Tallot, 14 years, smallpox. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

May 19, 1703

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Death: Marie Fortin, 29 years, smallpox. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

May 27, 1703

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Death: Daoughter of Jean Baptist Ogier. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

May 30, 1703

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Jean François (algonguin). Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

May 31, 1703

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Baptism: Marie Boison. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

June 3, 1703

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Death: Jean Baptist Messaguier, 6 months, smallpox. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

June 6, 1703

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Death: Raymond Martel, 2 months, smallpox. Witnesses: Guillaume D'aoust and Jean Cuillerier.

July 8, 1703

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Hyacinthe Bouchart Dorval. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

July 15, 1703

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Jullien Julliet. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

August 4, 1703

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Death: Gabriel Perrein, 40 years. Witnesses: Guillaume D'aoust and M.C. Trottier.

September 25, 1703

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Death: Louise Rouselle, 15 months. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

December 6, 1703

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Death: Pierre Gauthier dit Languingora, 74 years. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

January 15, 1704

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Marieanne Moselle. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

February 9, 1704

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Jean Baptiste Quesnel, 14 months. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

April 14, 1704

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Baptism: Marie Magdelenne Daoust, daughter of Guillaume and Marie Magdeleine Lalonde. Godfather: Pierre Tabau. Godmother: Marie Denis. Witness: Guillaume D'aoust.

December 24, 1714 Montreal

Raimbault, P.:

Wedding contract between Guillaume Daoust, son of Guillaume and Marie Madeleine de Lalonde and Elisabeth Pilon, the daughter of Antoine Pilon and Marie Anne Brunet.

December 24, 1714 Montreal

Raimbault, P.:

Wedding contract between Anne Daoust, daughter of Guillaume and Marie Madeleine de Lalonde and Pierre Pilon, the daughter of Antoine Pilon and Marie Anne Brunet.

January 7, 1715

Church Registry of St Joachim of Pointe Claire:

Wedding between Guillaume Daoust and Elisabeth Pilon. Signed by Guillaume Daoust, the father.

April 1, 1717

Church Registry of Ste Anne de Bellevue

Death of Jacques Daoust, probably Guillaume's brother. Witnesses: Guillaume Daoust and Mathurin Guillet.

September 8, 1717

Church Registry of Ste Anne de Bellevue:

Baptism of Marie-Elisabeth Daoust, daughter of Guillaume Daoust and Elisabeth Pilon. Born on the previous day. Godfather: Jacques Proux. Godmother: Marie-Madeleine Lalonde. The grandfather, Guillaume also attended.

March 14, 1724 Montreal

Raimbault:

Sulpicians extend his Saint Anne de Bellevue land concession by 3 arpents to the prairie lands of Guillaume Lalonde.

March 22, 1729 Montreal

Raimbault

Division of property coming from the succession of Guillaume Dot (Daoust) between Guillaume, Louis and Charles party of the first part and Pierre, Thomas and Mathieu Pilon, all brothers.

LR = Lachine Civil Registry 1676 to 1707. Incidentals: From 1676 René Cuillerier is signing. Remy is priest. In the beginning, Jean Fremont is curé and E. Guyotte is priest.. In 1680, Remy is curé. The reasons why Guillaume chose to emmigrate to New France are not known. According to one document, he was a tailor by trade. It is not known what year he arrived but on January 12th 1675, we find a notarized document signed by him with Benigne Basset of Montreal. In this contract, Jean Baptiste Migeon de Branssat, a prominent judge and businessman, formed an association with Guillaume Daoust for three years. The purpose was to operate a furtrading post at the western end of the island of Montreal. Jean Baptiste Migeon had about 200 arpents of land here, opposite the rapids of St Anne. It was a prime spot for fur trading due to the required portage here. The civil authorities quickly intervened to stop such a business endeavor. Their association was dissolved on June 24th of the same year. On the same day, the said Migeon sold Guillaume Daoust for 150 livres, 40 arpents (arpents = 1.25 English acres) of the 200 arpents that he already owned in the area. On the 12th of February 1678, the said Migeon sold him land opposite the rapids of Deux Montagnes (2 riverfront arpents x 40 arpents) including the house (de pieux) for 135 pounds (it appears to be the same piece of land originally sold to him in '75). On June 12th, of the same year, Guillaume was listed as having a concession of land in Montreal. For him to already have his own land would presuppose he came from a well-to-do family in France. Many of the early immigrants were hired hands or soldiers.

Strangely he is not mentioned in the census of 1681. He had land along Lake St. Louis at the time. The parish records of Lachine mention his presence here on December 15th 1683. On September 20th 1685, Guillaume obtained land (lot #113) from the Sulpiciens, the seigneurs of the island of Montreal. The lot was on Baie d'Urfé with on the east side, Pointe-du-rat-musqué (muskrat point) and on the west side, his neighbors were Jean de la Londe dit l'Esperance and his wife, Marie Barban. He became good friends with this family. On July 19th 1684, a promise to marry Marie Magdeleine their twelve-year-old daughter was notarized in Ile de Mont-Real. At this time, he was already godfather to Jean de Lalonde's son who was called Guillaume. Sieur Pierre Cavalier stood in proxy for Guillaume at the baptism since Guillaume was fighting the Iroquois.

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Guillaume Daoust's Timeline

1645
1645
Sissonne, Laon (02), France
1645
- 1686
France

The dates are usually the date of marraige of the parents and the date of birth of the last child known to PRDH.

1686
February 18, 1686
Age 41
Lachine,,Quebec,Canada
1691
September 13, 1691
Age 46
Québec, Canada
1694
October 30, 1694
Age 49
Lachine, Île-de-Montréal, Québec, Canada
1699
September 11, 1699
Age 54
Pointe-Aux-Trembles,Montréal,Quebec,Canada
1701
August 16, 1701
Age 56
Lachine, Île-de-Montréal, Québec, Canada
1704
April 4, 1704
Age 59
St. Joseph, , PQ
1710
March 1, 1710
Age 65
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Bout-de-I'lle, Montreal
1712
1712
Age 67
Lachine, QC, Canada