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Pierre Richer dit Laflèche

Birthdate:
Birthplace: (Anjou, Isere, Rhone-Alpes, France), St-Pierre de Thouarcé, diocèse d'Angers, France
Death: Died in La Perade,Champlain,Quebec,Canada
Place of Burial: Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade, QC, Canada
Immediate Family:

Son of Jean Laflèche (Richer); Jean Richer dit Laflèche; Marie Laflèche (Richer) and Marie Galarde
Husband of Catherine Durand and Dorothée Marie Brassard
Father of Étiennette Richer; Catherine Richer; Marie-Thérèse-Françoise Richer dite Laflèche; Pierre Richer dit Laflèche, II; Christine Richer and 9 others

Occupation: Tailor
Managed by: Private User
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About Pierre Richer dit Laflèche

À Paris il exerçait le métier de tailleur.

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Name: Pierre Richer

Given Name: Pierre

Surname: Richer 1 2

Name: Pierre Richer dit Lafleche

Given Name: Pierre

Surname: Richer dit Lafleche 3

Sex: M

Birth: Abt 1646 in Angers, Anjou, France 3

Death: 3 May 1722 in La Perade, Champlain County, Province-de-Québec, Canada 4

Burial: 17 May 1722 La Perade, Champlain County, Province-de-Québec, Canada 3 5

Change Date: 3 Jul 2007 at 15:32

Father: Jean Richer

Mother: Marie Galarde

Marriage 1 Dorothée Brassard b: 30 Jul 1656 in Québec (Ville de), Québec Cté, Province-de-Québec, Canada c: 1 Aug 1656 in Québec (Ville de), Québec Cté, Province-de-Québec, Canada

Married: 5 Oct 1671 in Notre-Dame-de-Québec (Basilique-Cathédrale), Ville-de-Québec, Québec Cté, Province-de-Québec, Canada 6

Change Date: 3 Jul 2007

Children

Étiennette Richer b: 17 Jul 1673 in Québec (Ville de), Québec Cté, Province-de-Québec, Canada
Marie Catherine Richer b: 1 Jul 1674 in Québec (Ville de), Québec Cté, Province-de-Québec, Canada
Marie Thérèse Richer b: 5 May 1676 in Petite-Rivière-St-François-Xavier, Charlevoix-Ouest, Province-de-Québec, Canada
Pierre Richer b: 17 Jan 1679/80 in Batiscan, Champlain Cté, Province-de-Québec, Canada
Christine Richer b: 3 May 1682 in Champlain, Champlain Cté, Province-de-Québec, Canada (N.-D.-de-La-Visitation Reg:1679)
Michel Richer b: 13 Feb 1685/86 in Batiscan, Champlain Cté, Province-de-Québec, Canada
Jean Baptiste Richer b: 10 Dec 1688 in Batiscan, Champlain Cté, Province-de-Québec, Canada
Marguérite Richer b: 23 May 1691 in Batiscan, Champlain Cté, Province-de-Québec, Canada
Marie Josèphe Richer b: 3 Aug 1693 in Batiscan, Champlain Cté, Province-de-Québec, Canada
Marie Thérèse Richer b: 7 Dec 1697 in La Perade, Champlain County, Province-de-Québec, Canada
Antoine Richer b: 22 May 1698 in Batiscan, Champlain Cté, Province-de-Québec, Canada
Marie Anne Richer b: 14 Apr 1700 in La Perade, Champlain County, Province-de-Québec, Canada
Marie Thérèse Richer b: 7 Dec 1697 in La Perade, Champlain County, Province-de-Québec, Canada

-------------------- Pierre came to New-France with more than 1,200 soldiers from the Carignan-Salière Regiment, who had been requested to King Louis XIV in order to fight the Iroquois.

From: Michel Langlois, Carignan-Salière 1665-1668, (page 453) RICHER Pierre dit Laflesche: He arrived in Québec city on August 18, 1665 abord the ship "l'Aigle d'or" (Golden Eagle) as a soldier of captain Grandfontaine's company. Son of Jean Richer and Marie Gallardé of Saint-Pierre de Thouarcé, bishopric of Angers, in Anjou, France, he signs a marriage contract before Mr. Duquet, notary public, on Saturday September 5th, 1671 with Dorothé Brassard, daughter of Antoine Brassard and Françoise Méry. He marries her on Monday October 5th, 1671. They will have twelve children. He establishes himself in Québec City, at Saint-Charles River, on a piece of land given to him by the Jesuit Fathers on January 15, 1671. He marries a few months later. The following November 25th, Louise Mousseaux, wife of Pierre Pellerin, rents to him and to Nicolas Barbotain, for two years, a farm on the St-Charles River. At the census of 1681, he lives in Batiscan and owns a gun and 8 " arpents" of valued land. May 17th, 1685, he is employed at the service of Antoine Trottier dit Desruisseaux for the fur trade in Michilimakinac. On August the 3rd, 1693, he purchases a farm in Sainte-Anne, from Vincent Delaniel. On July 16th, 1706 Paul Perrot loans him 150 "livres" ( pounds) to purchase his farm in Grondines. He is a farmer on the Seigneurie of Sainte-Anne on November 13th, 1707. With the accord of his wife, he give half of his land to their son Pierre. He dies and is buried in La Pérade on May 17th, 1722, Notary Public Trotain will conduct an inventory of his property on May 17th, 1727. http://www.richerditlafleche.org/en/pierre1.shtml

http://www.migrations.fr/l_or_de_brouage.htm Information sur le navire et liste d'équipage avec lequel il est arrivé en Nouvelle-France en 1665 après 3 mois en mer.

-------------------- Pierre came to New-France with more than 1,200 soldiers from the Carignan-Salière Regiment, who had been requested to King Louis XIV in order to fight the Iroquois.

From: Michel Langlois, Carignan-Salière 1665-1668, (page 453) RICHER Pierre dit Laflesche: He arrived in Québec city on August 18, 1665 abord the ship "l'Aigle d'or" (Golden Eagle) as a soldier of captain Grandfontaine's company. Son of Jean Richer and Marie Gallardé of Saint-Pierre de Thouarcé, bishopric of Angers, in Anjou, France, he signs a marriage contract before Mr. Duquet, notary public, on Saturday September 5th, 1671 with Dorothé Brassard, daughter of Antoine Brassard and Françoise Méry. He marries her on Monday October 5th, 1671. They will have twelve children. He establishes himself in Québec City, at Saint-Charles River, on a piece of land given to him by the Jesuit Fathers on January 15, 1671. He marries a few months later. The following November 25th, Louise Mousseaux, wife of Pierre Pellerin, rents to him and to Nicolas Barbotain, for two years, a farm on the St-Charles River. At the census of 1681, he lives in Batiscan and owns a gun and 8 " arpents" of valued land. May 17th, 1685, he is employed at the service of Antoine Trottier dit Desruisseaux for the fur trade in Michilimakinac. On August the 3rd, 1693, he purchases a farm in Sainte-Anne, from Vincent Delaniel. On July 16th, 1706 Paul Perrot loans him 150 "livres" ( pounds) to purchase his farm in Grondines. He is a farmer on the Seigneurie of Sainte-Anne on November 13th, 1707. With the accord of his wife, he give half of his land to their son Pierre. He dies and is buried in La Pérade on May 17th, 1722, Notary Public Trotain will conduct an inventory of his property on May 17th, 1727. http://www.richerditlafleche.org/en/pierre1.shtml

http://www.migrations.fr/l_or_de_brouage.htm Information sur le navire et liste d'équipage avec lequel il est arrivé en Nouvelle-France en 1665 après 3 mois en mer.

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Pierre Richer dit Laflèche's Timeline

1645
1645
St-Pierre de Thouarcé, diocèse d'Angers, France
1645
1665
May 13, 1665
Age 20

Il s'est embarqué à La Rochelle le 13 mai 1665 à bord du navire l'Aigle de Brouage en route pour Québec de port de 400 tonneaux tirant d'eau chargé 12 pieds non chargé 10 pieds deux ponts et deux gaillards appartenant au Roy Louis XIV sous le commandement du Sieur Villepars.

August 18, 1665
Age 20
QC, Canada

Il arrive en Nouvelle-France à Québec le 18 août 1665. Les passagers à bord de L'Aigle de Brouage sont 200 soldats du Régiment de Carignan, soit les compagnies Salières, La Fredière, La Motte et la compagnie Grand Fontaine dont fait parti Pierre Richer. Il était sous les ordres d'Hector d'Andigné de Grandfontaine. En octobre il participait à la construction d'un chemin sur le Richelieu entre les Forts St Louis et Ste Thérèse.

1665
Age 20
France
1671
January 15, 1671
Age 26

Un Jésuite, le père Henry Nouvel, concède à Pierre Richer la consistance de 60 arpents dans la seigneurie de Saint-Gabriel - 2 arpents de front sur 30 de profondeur, bornée par la Rivière Saint-Charles à un bout.

July 1671
Age 26

Il a été mêlé à un incident à l'été 1671 et il a dut passer à la prévôté de Québec le 23 juillet avec Julien Becquet qui représentait les Ursulines demanda aux quatre de rendre 80 cordes de bois car on les accusait d'y avoir mis le feu. Les bûcherons se défendent et le juge décida d'aller constater sur place. On ne connaît pas la fin de l'histoire.

October 5, 1671
Age 26
Quebec,Quebec,Quebec,Canada
1672
1672
Age 27

Pierre Richer s'associe à Pierre Borbotain, ancien troupier du Régiment de Carignan afin d'exploiter une terre aussi à la Rivière Saint-Charles afin d'obtenir des revenus supplémentaires. Au recensement de 1681 il habite Batiscan et âgé de 34 ans et sa femme 24.

1673
July 17, 1673
Age 28
Québec