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Jean-François Mignault dit Châtillon

Also Known As: "Migneault", "Mignot"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Antony, Hauts-de-Seine, Île-de-France, France
Death: Died in Beauport, Québec, Canada
Place of Burial: Beauport, Québec, Canada
Immediate Family:

Son of Nicolas Migneault dit Chatillon and Madeleine de Brie
Husband of Marie-Louise Cloutier
Father of Gabrielle Mignault; Jean-Aubin Mignault dit Châtillon; Marie-Thérèse Mignault dite Châtillon; Xaintes (Sainte) Mignault; Marie-Madeleine Mignault dite Chatillon and 8 others

Occupation: Soldat, tailleur d'habit, Tailor, Soldat et maître tailleur d'habits, maître tailleur, Homme engagé (1643), Master Tailor, Soldier 1643; tailor d'habits
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About Jean-François Mignault dit Châtillon

SAINTE MIGNAULT

Jean Grondin began his life as an immigrant, in the Seigneurie of Beauport. It would be only normal that, he should try to set up his home there.

Quite near the Juchereau farm, was the worthy family of Jean Mignault dit Chatillon, Jean was hired, at La Rochelle, on the first of April 1643, came to Canada as a soldier. On November 10, 1648, he married Louise Cloutier, the widow of Francois Marguerie and the daughter of the elderly Zacharie Cloutier. In July 1669, 7 living Mignault children, including Sainte, who was baptized, on January 12, 1653, at Quebec, made up a second generation. Sainte, was more than 16 years old. She had an unexpected daughter by Jean Fortin dit Monbre, an accomplished seducer. The little Madeleine-Mignault-Fortin was presented, at the baptismal font, on April 26, 1669.

What did it matter? Jean Grondin made a tie out of the family name (it means grumbler). He loved Sainte Mignault and wanted to make her happy forever. He proposed to her.

At the home of the Mignault parents, on July 10, 1669, there was the approval of the marriage contract in the presence of a crowd of relatives and friends. On Jean Grondin's side, we recognize first of all Toussaint Giroux and then Pierre Lefebvre, Jean Crete, Guillaume Valade, all friends. The row of the Mignaults guests impresses us even more. The Cloutier grandparents with their sons, Zacharie, Jean and Charles, Robert Drouin, Romain Trepanier, Pierre Maheu, Nicolas Lebel, the husband of Therese Mignault and so forth.

The orphaned Jean Grondin gave a dowry of 300 livres to his bride. As for the father, Jean Mignault, magnanimous, he promised to detach 2 arpents of frontage from his farm, which had 6 arpents, to the benefit of his son-in-law. He also gave permission to use wood, cut and ready, to build a house and also some stone.

Jean and Sainte received the nuptial blessing, at Beauport, on the following August 4, a Sunday, in the presence of the witnesses, recorded in the registry of Quebec, Giroux and Lefebvre.

This biography was taken from "Our French-Canadian Ancestors" by Thomas J. Laforest; Volume 19- Chapter 11- Page 119 [10-11-98, James Gagne http://www.jamesgagne.net/contents.html]

http://www.fichierorigine.com/detail.php?numero=242916

Date de baptême: 20-04-1622

Lieu d'origine : Châtillon-sous-Bagneux (St-Jacques-et-St-Philippe) (Hauts-de-Seine) 92020

Parents: Nicolas et Madeleine de Brie

Première mention au pays 1643

Occupation à l'arrivée: Engagé (ct Teuleron, La Rochelle, 01-04-1643)

Date de mariage: 10-1-1648

Lieu du mariage Québec (Notre-Dame)

Conjoint Louise Cloutier

Déces ou inhumation Après le 26-02-1679

Remarques Jean-Paul Macouin indique la date de 20-04-1623 dans PCOIF.

Identification DGFQ, p. 810

Chercheur(s) Yvon Mignault

Référence JETTÉ-COMPL., p. 26 ; PCOIF, 1997

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En 1647 il s'est éprit d'une jeune amerindienne, pensionnaire au couvent des Ursulines et qu'il desirait fortement epouser. Cependant celle-ci n'en voulait pas et lui prefera un amerindien.

Il fut fermier du fief de Zacharie Cloutier (pere) en 1667 aux Cotes de Beauport, Notre-Dame-des-Anges et autres. Il possedait une habitation inhabitee sur 16 arpents de terre en valeur en 1667 a Beauport

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SAINTE MIGNAULT

Jean Grondin began his life as an immigrant, in the Seigneurie of Beauport. It would be only normal that, he should try to set up his home there.

Quite near the Juchereau farm, was the worthy family of Jean Mignault dit Chatillon, Jean was hired, at La Rochelle, on the first of April 1643, came to Canada as a soldier. On November 10, 1648, he married Louise Cloutier, the widow of Francois Marguerie and the daughter of the elderly Zacharie Cloutier. In July 1669, 7 living Mignault children, including Sainte, who was baptized, on January 12, 1653, at Quebec, made up a second generation. Sainte, was more than 16 years old. She had an unexpected daughter by Jean Fortin dit Monbre, an accomplished seducer. The little Madeleine-Mignault-Fortin was presented, at the baptismal font, on April 26, 1669.

What did it matter? Jean Grondin made a tie out of the family name (it means grumbler). He loved Sainte Mignault and wanted to make her happy forever. He proposed to her.

At the home of the Mignault parents, on July 10, 1669, there was the approval of the marriage contract in the presence of a crowd of relatives and friends. On Jean Grondin's side, we recognize first of all Toussaint Giroux and then Pierre Lefebvre, Jean Crete, Guillaume Valade, all friends. The row of the Mignaults guests impresses us even more. The Cloutier grandparents with their sons, Zacharie, Jean and Charles, Robert Drouin, Romain Trepanier, Pierre Maheu, Nicolas Lebel, the husband of Therese Mignault and so forth.

The orphaned Jean Grondin gave a dowry of 300 livres to his bride. As for the father, Jean Mignault, magnanimous, he promised to detach 2 arpents of frontage from his farm, which had 6 arpents, to the benefit of his son-in-law. He also gave permission to use wood, cut and ready, to build a house and also some stone.

Jean and Sainte received the nuptial blessing, at Beauport, on the following August 4, a Sunday, in the presence of the witnesses, recorded in the registry of Quebec, Giroux and Lefebvre.

This biography was taken from "Our French-Canadian Ancestors" by Thomas J. Laforest; Volume 19- Chapter 11- Page 119 [10-11-98, James Gagne http://www.jamesgagne.net/contents.html]

http://www.fichierorigine.com/detail.php?numero=242916

Date de baptême: 20-04-1622

Lieu d'origine : Châtillon-sous-Bagneux (St-Jacques-et-St-Philippe) (Hauts-de-Seine) 92020

Parents: Nicolas et Madeleine de Brie

Première mention au pays 1643

Occupation à l'arrivée: Engagé (ct Teuleron, La Rochelle, 01-04-1643)

Date de mariage: 10-1-1648

Lieu du mariage Québec (Notre-Dame)

Conjoint Louise Cloutier

Déces ou inhumation Après le 26-02-1679

Remarques Jean-Paul Macouin indique la date de 20-04-1623 dans PCOIF.

Identification DGFQ, p. 810

Chercheur(s) Yvon Mignault

Référence JETTÉ-COMPL., p. 26 ; PCOIF, 1997

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En 1647 il s'est éprit d'une jeune amerindienne, pensionnaire au couvent des Ursulines et qu'il desirait fortement epouser. Cependant celle-ci n'en voulait pas et lui prefera un amerindien.

Il fut fermier du fief de Zacharie Cloutier (pere) en 1667 aux Cotes de Beauport, Notre-Dame-des-Anges et autres. Il possedait une habitation inhabitee sur 16 arpents de terre en valeur en 1667 a Beauport

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Jean-François Mignault dit Châtillon's Timeline

1622
April 16, 1622
Antony, Hauts-de-Seine, Île-de-France, France
1630
1630
Age 7
Paris, Île-de-France, France
1643
April 1, 1643
Age 20
La Rochelle, France
1643
Age 20
Notre-Dame de La Rochelle, Aunis, France
1648
November 10, 1648
Age 26
Beauport, Québec, Canada
1650
February 1650
Age 27
Beauport, Quebec, Canada
1651
September 9, 1651
Age 29
Québec, Quebec, Canada
1653
January 6, 1653
Age 30
Berthier, Montmagny, Quebec, Canada
1654
June 13, 1654
Age 32
Beauport, Quebec, Canada
1656
October 8, 1656
Age 34
Quebec, Canada