Michel Roy dit Chatellerault, II (1644 - 1709)

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Birthplace: Paris, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Death: Died
Occupation: Notaire depuis 1663
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About Michel Roy dit Chatellerault, II

Michel ROY II was born about January 1644 in Châtellerault (Vienne: 860066), France. He was baptized on 9 January 1644 in Châtellerault (St-Jacques) (Vienne: 860066), France.94,159 He was a soldier in the Carignan-Salieres Regiment, La Noraye's Company. He died on 13 January 1709 in La Pérade, Quebec Province, Canada - only one day after the death of his wife. He actually died on the day of her funeral.59 Michel was buried on 14 January 1709 in La Pérade, Quebec Province, Canada.59 Francoise AUBE/HOBBE and Michel ROY II59 were married on 8 October 1668 in Quebec, Quebec Province, Canada.

Michel was born circa 1665 at Sénillé,évêché de Poitiers, France.1

1665

The Roy families are so many that one cannot "approach them Q u'en two shutters." (Not sure what the biographer is trying to say. The translation at Babel gives this as the English version.) Indeed, only during the XVIIe century, a d'ancêtres fortnight carrying this patronym founded hearths in New-France. At least eight of them came from Poitou and Normandy. The trades were in the field of construction and soldiers.

Michel Roy dit Châtellereault arrived in New France in 1665 as soldier of the régimen of Carignan (company of Lanoraie). Born in Sénillé, évêché of Poitiers, he was 20 years old. In 1668, in Quebec, he married Francoise Aubé, Fille du Roi, daughter of Pierre and Francoise Périé of parish of Saint-Sulpice (Paris). They were married in Pérade, Canada. Michel was a notary of the seigniory from 1663 until his death in 1709. He was father of five children including three sons which married in their turn: Edmond (1701) with Marie-Anne Janvier, Pierre (1710) with Marie Hamelin and Michel (1712) with Madeleine Quatresous. The three took part in forwardings towards l'Ouest, that is trips to the West, within the framework of the draft of the fur skins. The two other children, Catherine and Marguerite, were married to Claude Rivard and Joseph Gouin, respectively.1   (Note: this is a auto-translation of the French text)
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1644
January 9, 1644
Paris, Paris, Île-de-France, France
1644
1675
1675
Age 30
1676
1676
Age 31
Quebec, Quebec
1677
1677
Age 32
1683
1683
Age 38
1709
January 13, 1709
Age 65