Jean-Guillaume Hébert

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Jean-Guillaume Hébert

Birthdate: (25)
Birthplace: Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris, Isle de France, France
Death: September 23, 1639 (21-29)
Isle d'Orléans, Québec, Canada (Murdered by the Iroquois.)
Place of Burial: Québec, Québec, Canada
Immediate Family:

Son of Louis Hébert; Louis Hébert; Marie-Louise Roulette and Marie Rollet
Husband of Hélène Desportes
Father of Francoise Fournier; Joseph Hébert; Marie-Françoise Hébert and Angélique Hébert
Brother of Anne Hébert and Marie-Guillemette Hébert

Occupation: chaudronnier ~ coppersmith. Immigrant
Managed by: David Lee Kaleita
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Helene Desportes

Born: 7 Jul 1620 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada

Died: 24 Jun 1675 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada

Marriage: 1 Oct 1634 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada

Children Sex Birth

Augustin Hébert M 1623 in Saint-Barthélémi, Paris, Isle de France, France

Joseph Hébert M 3 Nov 1636 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada

Francoise Hébert F 23 Jan 1638 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada

Angelique Hébert F 2 Aug 1639 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada




On October 1, 1634; Hélène Desportes married Guillaume Hébert, son of Louis Hébert and Marie Rollet, in Quebec City; and the couple would have three children, before Guillaume's death on September 23, 1639:

Joseph, Marie-Francoise and Anglelique. Marie married Guillaume Fournier and had fifteen children.

Angelique did not marry and died at St. Thomas Quebec in 1665.

Their son Joseph, married Marie-Charlotte De Poiters on October 12, 1660; but the following June he was captured by the Iroquois and held as prisoner. A letter from a fellow captive noted that Joseph had been wounded in the arm and shoulder, but he was later tortured and stabbed to death by a drunken warrior. His wife was pregnant at the time of his capture, and bore him a son; whom she also named Joseph; on October 5, 1661. However, he died as an infant so the Hebert name in Quebec, that began with Louis, would be brought to an end.

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Helene Desportes

Born: 7 Jul 1620 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada

Died: 24 Jun 1675 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada

Marriage: 1 Oct 1634 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada

Children Sex Birth

Augustin Hébert M 1623 in Saint-Barthélémi, Paris, Isle de France, France

Joseph Hébert M 3 Nov 1636 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada

Francoise Hébert F 23 Jan 1638 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada

Angelique Hébert F 2 Aug 1639 in Quebec, Quebec, Canada




On October 1, 1634; Hélène Desportes married Guillaume Hébert, son of Louis Hébert and Marie Rollet, in Quebec City; and the couple would have three children, before Guillaume's death on September 23, 1639:

Joseph, Marie-Francoise and Anglelique. Marie married Guillaume Fournier and had fifteen children.

Angelique did not marry and died at St. Thomas Quebec in 1665.

Their son Joseph, married Marie-Charlotte De Poiters on October 12, 1660; but the following June he was captured by the Iroquois and held as prisoner. A letter from a fellow captive noted that Joseph had been wounded in the arm and shoulder, but he was later tortured and stabbed to death by a drunken warrior. His wife was pregnant at the time of his capture, and bore him a son; whom she also named Joseph; on October 5, 1661. However, he died as an infant so the Hebert name in Quebec, that began with Louis, would be brought to an end.

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Jean-Guillaume Hébert's Timeline

1614
1614
Paris, Isle de France, France
1617
1617
Age 3
Paris, Seine, France
1636
January 3, 1636
Age 22
Québec, Québec, Canada
1637
January 23, 1637
Age 23
Québec, Canada
1638
January 23, 1638
Age 24
Quebec, Canada
1639
August 2, 1639
Age 25
Québec, Quebec, Canada
September 23, 1639
Age 25
Isle d'Orléans, Québec, Canada
1639
Age 25
Québec, Québec, Canada