Jacques Roy-St Lambert (c.1688 - 1731)

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Birthplace: Laprairie, Laprairie Co., Québec, Canada
Death: Died in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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About Jacques Roy-St Lambert

http://larryvoyer.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I165946&tree=v7_28 Thomas French's Family He was blacksmith, town clerk and deacon. He and all his family were taken. His house was not burned, so the town records were saved. His wife was Mary Catlin, daughter of John and Mary (Baldwin) Catlin. They were married 18 October 1683. She was killed on the trip on 9 March 1703/4. He and their two eldest children were redeemed in 1706. He married again and died in 1733.

Two of their daughters who stayed in Canada married and had large families. The third daughter assimilated into the Indians at Kahnawake. One great-grandson was Archbishop Octave Plessis, who was the ranking churchman to champion the Catholic viewpoint to the British government in the first decades of the 1800's. That the Church survived is largely due to his efforts.

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May 13, 1688
Laprairie, Laprairie Co., Québec, Canada
May 13, 1688
Laprairie, Laprairie Co., Québec, Canada
November 25, 1711
Age 23
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
April 5, 1718
Age 29
Montreal, Communauté-Urbaine-de-Montréal, QC, Canada
August 7, 1725
Age 37
Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
August 8, 1731
Age 43
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Montreal, St Lambert, Quebec, Canada