Jean Guillaume Hébert
|Death:||Died in Quebec City, Communauté-Urbaine-de-Québec, QC, Canada|
Son of Louis Gaston Hébert; Louis Hebert; Marie Rolet / Rollet and Marie Hebert
|Managed by:||David Lee Kaleita|
About Jean Guillaume Hébert
Guillaume est décédé lors d'une attaque des Iroquois à l'Ile d'Orléan le 23 sept. 1639.
Paris, Siene, [region], France
Died: 23 Sep 1639
Ville De Quebec, [county], Quebec, Canada
Born: 7 Jul 1620 in Quebec, [county], Quebec, Canada
Died: 24 Jun 1675 in Quebec, [county], Quebec, Canada
Marriage: 1 Oct 1634 in Quebec City, [county], Quebec, Canada
Children Sex Birth
Augustin Hebert M 1623 in St Barthelemi, Paris, [region], France
Joseph Hebert M 3 Nov 1636 in Quebec, Quebec, Quebec, Canada
Francoise Hebert F 23 Jan 1638 in Quebec, [county], Quebec, Canada
Angelique Hebert F 2 Aug 1639 in Quebec, [county], Quebec, Canada
Guillaume Hébert est décédé lors d'une attaque menée par les Iroquois à l'Ile d'Orléan le 23 septembre 1639
On October 1, 1634; Hélène Des Portes married Guillaume Hebert, son of Louis Hebert and Marie Rollet, in Quebec City; and the couple would have three children, before Guillaume's death on September 23, 1639:
Joseph, Marie-Francoise and Anglelique. Marie married Guillaume Fournier and had fifteen children.
Angelique did not marry and died at St. Thomas Quebec in 1665.
Their son Joseph, married Marie-Charlotte De Poiters on October 12, 1660; but the following June he was captured by the Iroquois and held as prisoner. A letter from a fellow captive noted that Joseph had been wounded in the arm and shoulder, but he was later tortured and stabbed to death by a drunken warrior. His wife was pregnant at the time of his capture, and bore him a son; whom she also named Joseph; on October 5, 1661. However, he died as an infant so the Hebert name in Quebec, that began with Louis, would be brought to an end.