Jean-Baptiste Lalonde

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Jean-Baptiste Lalonde

Birthplace: L'Île-Perrot, Québec, Canada
Death: Died in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec, Canada
Immediate Family:

Son of Jean de Lalonde dit L'Esperance and Marie Barbant
Husband of Marguerite Masta and Jeanne-Mathurine Gervais
Father of François Lalonde; Jean-Baptiste Lalonde; Guillaume LaLonde; Joseph Lalonde; Marie-Rosalie Lalonde and 4 others
Brother of Marie-Madeleine Lalonde; Jean Lalonde and Guillaume Lalonde dit L'Espérance

Occupation: capitaine de milice, commerçant en fourrures; Captain of the Militia, fur trader
Managed by: Senja Lopac
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About Jean-Baptiste Lalonde



BET 1728 AND 1738 Captain of the Militia of La Cote and the Parish of Ste Anne

Engage Ouest -2 Sept. 1696.// West hired September 2, 1696.

In 1700, the population of New France is about 15 000 people, that of Quebec, about 2000. France has approximately 19 million people, England and Scotland, 7.5 million; Spain, 6 million.

In 1701, the Governor of New Callière France sign a peace treaty with the Five Nations Iroquois Great Lakes will now remain neutral in conflicts between the French and English colonies.

In 1702, shortly before his death, Marie Barbe made ​​his land concession of Baie d'Urfé to his son Jean-Baptiste. William moved with his brother Jean-Baptiste and his wife Jeanne Gervais Farm in Baie d'Urfe.

In 1702, Anne Stuart succeeded William of Orange on the throne of England.

In 1702, in London, seems the first daily newspaper in the world, The Daily Courant.

In 1702 smallpox epidemic in Quebec from 2000 to 3000 resulting in deaths in the colony, including the deaths of American Indians.

In 1718, he commanded militia Coast from the top of the island of Montreal in the absence of Captain Delisle, and is also churchwarden

In 1726, he is a warden in charge in Ste-Anne de Bellevue.

From 1728 to 1749, he was captain of militia Côte Ste-Anne.

Reference: Pierre Lalonde

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Jean-Baptiste Lalonde's Timeline

October 10, 1675
L'Île-Perrot, Québec, Canada
February 12, 1679
Age 3
Lachine, IÎe de Montreal, Québec, Canada
February 12, 1679
Age 3
Lachine, IÎe de Montreal, Québec, Canada
February 3, 1698
Age 22
Pointes-aux-Trembles, Québec, Canada
September 4, 1699
Age 23
Pointe-aux-Trembles, Hochelaga, Québec, Canada
October 24, 1701
Age 26
Laprairie, Québec, Canada
May 1, 1703
Age 27
Montréal, , Québec, Canada
February 19, 1704
Age 28
Sainte Anne de Bout de l'Ile (Ste. Anne de Belleville), Québec, Canada
March 6, 1707
Age 31
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Montreal, QC, Canada
July 7, 1709
Age 33
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec