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Jeanne Braconnier

Also Known As: "Branconnier"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Veuve De Crespin, Thuilles, France
Death: Died in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Nicolas Braconnier and Claude Braconnier (Brunet)
Wife of Charles Edeline; Louis Chapacou; Crespin Thuillie; Crespin Thuillier dit LaTour and Charles Édeline
Mother of Catherine-Thérèse Edeline; Charles Edeline; Pierre Edeline; Charles Edeline-Delisle; Pierre Edeline dit Délisle and 3 others

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http://www.migrations.fr/Leregimentcarignan.htm: Thuillier dit Latour, Crespin : Il est confirmé 7 jours après son arrivée à Québec soit le 21 septembre 1665 à l’âge de 20 ans. Il était le fils de Urbain Thuillier et de Florence Paillol, de St-Laurent de Péronne, évêché de Noyan en Picardie (Somme). Il prend pour épouse en date du 12 octobre 1671, (Cont. 7, Not. Becquet), Marie-Madeleine Canard, fille du roi, et fille d’Henri Canard et de Marie-Madeleine Duval (Durand pour Landry et Jetté) de Saint-Sulpice de Paris, Ïle-de-France. Elle apporte des biens estimés à 300 livres et un don du roi de 50 livres. Malheureusement, elle se noie et est inhumée à Boucherville le 2 mars 1672. (Aucun enfant) Devenu veuf, il prend en seconde noce, le 18 septembre 1673 à Québec, (Cont. 16 Not. Becquet), Jeanne Braconnier, elle aussi fille du roi apportant des biens estimés à 200 livres. Elle était la fille de Nicolas Braconnier et de Claude Brunet, de la paroisse Sainte-Marguerite, faubourg St-Antoine de Paris en Ïle-de-France (2 enfants). Elle avait passée un contrat de mariage le 10 septembre 1673 devant le notaire Becquet, avec Louis Chapacou, annulé par la suite. Nous ignorons la date du décès de Crespin Thuillier, mais certainement avant le 16 octobre 1675, date à laquelle son épouse se marie en seconde noce à Charles Édeline, (cordonnier et bedeau) à Boucherville, fils de David Édeline et de Noella Lambert de St-Jacques-la-Boucherie de Paris, Ïle-de-France.. Jeanne Braconnier décède le 20 février 1711 à Montréal. Charles Édeline décède à l,Hôtel Dieu de Montréal, le 27 octobre de la même année 1711. Ménage établi à Longueuil. (10 enfants) (Tang. vol.1, p. 576, 85, 223 ; Jetté, p.1081 et 401 ; Drouin, vol.2, p.1310, vol.1, p.473; Dumas, p.199, 195-196; Landry, p.286, 284; Langlois, p.481-482)

http://www.ziplink.net/~24601/roots/sources/KINGGIRL.htm: THE KING'S DAUGHTERS

This file is a compilation of lists detailing the NAME, MARRIAGE DATE/PLACE, and HUSBAND(S) of each of the women known as the "King's Daughters". The lists that I used as reference were originally compiled by Elmer Courteau and Joy Reisinger.

These women, known in French as the "fille du roi", agreed to travel to the new settlements in North America and marry a settler there in exchange for a 50 pound dowry from the French King. Of the nearly 1000 women who undertook the journey, about 800 made it to Canada.

They made contracts of marriage with the men who had originally settled the New World and usually married within a few days or weeks of the contract signing. Often the women broke the contracts, only to remake them or make new contracts with other men.

What I have attempted to do here, for the convenience of those seeking a list of the women who may be their ancestors, is to give the basic information related to the marriage of each woman. I have included only the name, date and place of the contract or marriage, and the name of the husband. When only the contract is listed, I give only "DATE(cont)". My original intent was to list the parents and origin of each woman, but it was strongly suggested by Roland Roy that I limit the information to what is listed here. The other details can be found in sources such as JETTE's "Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles du Quebec". Given the scope of this (ambitious!!) project and my limited ability to type, I am more than grateful to Roland for his advice!

I have categorized the lists as my reference did:

Section One: Women from upper class families. Section Two: Women who annulled marriage contracts (Here and throughout all of the lists, in the interest of family lines, I only included the actual marriage of the girls rather than list unfulfilled contracts that never produced any of us.) Section Three: Women from Ile-de-France. Section Four: Women from Normandy Section Five: Women of unknown origin Section Six: Woman from other places in France

In some cases, I could not help but include some of the more interesting historical notes. Unfortunately, most of these notes are of a negative nature - dealing with death, prostitution, or adultery - but never-the-less, "VERY INTERESTING"!! In many cases, the girls married soldiers of the famous Carignan Regiment. I have tried to indicate that fact in each case.

I have tried with the utmost of my ability to avoid (correct) any mistakes in transcription, spelling, etc. Any mistakes you find will probably be those I missed. I apologize now for those that slipped by me. But I will also take the liberty of POUTING now and say, "it's better than no list at all!"

So - From me to all of you other FC descendents - ENJOY and LEARN.


Il est confirmé 7 jours après son arrivée à Québec soit le 21 septembre 1665 à l’âge de 20 ans. Il était le fils de Urbain Thuillier et de Florence Paillol, de St-Laurent de Péronne, évêché de Noyan en Picardie (Somme). Il prend pour épouse en date du 12 octobre 1671, (Cont. 7, Not. Becquet), Marie-Madeleine Canard, fille du roi, et fille d’Henri Canard et de Marie-Madeleine Duval (Durand pour Landry et Jetté) de Saint-Sulpice de Paris, Ïle-de-France. Elle apporte des biens estimés à 300 livres et un don du roi de 50 livres. Malheureusement, elle se noie et est inhumée à Boucherville le 2 mars 1672. (Aucun enfant) Devenu veuf, il prend en seconde noce, le 18 septembre 1673 à Québec, (Cont. 16 Not. Becquet), Jeanne Braconnier, elle aussi fille du roi apportant des biens estimés à 200 livres. Elle était la fille de Nicolas Braconnier et de Claude Brunet, de la paroisse Sainte-Marguerite, faubourg St-Antoine de Paris en Ïle-de-France (2 enfants). Elle avait passée un contrat de mariage le 10 septembre 1673 devant le notaire Becquet, avec Louis Chapacou, annulé par la suite. Nous ignorons la date du décès de Crespin Thuillier, mais certainement avant le 16 octobre 1675, date à laquelle son épouse se marie en seconde noce à Charles Édeline, (cordonnier et bedeau) à Boucherville, fils de David Édeline et de Noella Lambert de St-Jacques-la-Boucherie de Paris, Ïle-de-France.. Jeanne Braconnier décède le 20 février 1711 à Montréal. Charles Édeline décède à l,Hôtel Dieu de Montréal, le 27 octobre de la même année 1711. Ménage établi à Longueuil. (10 enfants)
JEANNE BRACONNIER, immigrated in 1673, bringing goods estimated at 200 pounds. She was born around 1651 in Paris, France. She is the daughter of Nicolas Braconnier and Claudia Brunet. She died February 20, 1711 in Montreal, Qc. Agreement of 10 September 1673, with Louis Chapacou canceled. marriage contract September 16, 1673, before the notary Becquet. 1 wedding September 18, 1673, at Our Lady of Quebec, Que., With Crespin Thuillier said Latour, born in Picardy. He is the son of Urban Thuillier and Florence Paillo. The couple has two children, a son and a daughter. 2nd marriage October 16, 1675, in Ste-Famille de Boucherville, Que., Charles Édeline, born around 1641 in Paris, France. He is the son of David Édeline and Noelle Lambert. He died October 27, 1711 in Montreal. The couple had ten children, six boys and four girls.
ID: I26644 Name: Jeanne BRACONNIER Sex: F Birth: ABT 1651 in of Foubour St. Anthony Parish of Ste-Marguerite, Paris, Ile de France "king's daughter (landry)" (NOTE: she was married 1st to Louis Chapacou (5 days later annulled); married 2nd : Crespin Thuillier said LaTour) Death: 20 FEB 1711 in Montreal, Quebec (Hopital Hotel-Dieu, (7 months prior to her husband) (1711) (as Jeanne BRACOGNE, age 59, of Longueuil, w/o Charles EDELINE; witn: Pierre LESUEUR (pretre) & Jean QUENEVILLE) Note: http://www.migrations.fr/Leregimentcarignan.htm: Thuillier said Latour, Crespin: It is confirmed seven days after arriving in Quebec is 21 September 1665 at the age of 20 years. He was the son of Urbain and Thuillier Paillol Florence, St-Laurent of Peronne, Noyan bishopric in Picardy (Somme). It takes as wife of 12 October 1671 (Cont. 7 Not. Becquet), Mary Magdalene Duck, King's daughter, and daughter of Henry Canard and Marie Madeleine Duval (Durand for Landry and Jetté) of Saint-Sulpice in Paris, Ïle-de-France. It brings to 300 pounds estimated property and a gift from the King of 50 pounds. Unfortunately, she drowns and is buried in Boucherville 2 March 1672. (No children) widower, he took second husband, September 18, 1673 in Quebec City (Cont. 16 Not. Becquet), Jeanne Braconnier, also daughter King bringing goods estimated at 200 pounds. She was the daughter of Nicolas Braconnier and Claude Brunet, of the parish of Sainte-Marguerite, Faubourg St-Antoine de Paris in Ïle-de-France (2 children). She had passed a marriage contract September 10, 1673 before the notary Becquet, with Louis Chapacou, later canceled. We do not know the date of death of Crespin Thuillier, but certainly before 16 October 1675, when his wife married in second wedding to Charles Édeline (shoemaker and sexton) in Boucherville, son of David Édeline and Noella Lambert St -Jacques la Boucherie de Paris, Ïle de France .. Jeanne Braconnier died February 20, 1711 in Montreal. Charles dies at Édeline, Hotel Dieu de Montreal, on 27 October of the same year 1711. Household established in Longueuil. (10 children) (Tang vol.1, p 576, 85, 223;.. Jetté, p.1081 and 401; Drouin, vol.2, p.1310, vol.1, p.473; Dumas, p.199 , 195-196; Landry, p.286, 284; Langlois, p.481-482)

http://www.ziplink.net/~24601/roots/sources/KINGGIRL.htm: THE KING'S DAUGHTERS

This file is a compilation of lists detailing the NAME, MARRIAGE DATE / PLACE, and HUSBAND (S) of Each of the women Known as the "King's Daughters". The lists That I used as reference Were Originally compiled by Elmer Courteau and Joy Reisinger.

These women, Known in French as the "daughter of the king", agreed to travel to the new settlements in North America and marry a settler there in exchange for a 50 pound dowry from the French King. Nearly 1000 of the women Who undertook the journey, about 800 made it to Canada.

They made contracts of marriage with the men Who HAD Originally-settled the New World and usually married Within A Few days or weeks of the contract signing. Often the women broke the contracts, only to remake em or make new contracts with --other men.

What I have Attempted to do here, for the convenience Of Those seeking a list of the women Who May be Their ancestors, is to give the basic information related to the marriage of Each woman. I have included only the name, the date and place of the contract or marriage, and the name of the husband. When the contract is only listed, I give only "DATE (cont)". My original intent Was to list the parent and origin of Each woman, aim It was Strongly suggéré by Roland Roy That I limit the information to what is listed here. The other details can be found in sources Such As Jette's "Dictionary of Quebec Family of Families". Given the scope of this (ambitious !!) and my project limited Ability to type I am more than grateful to Roland For His advice!

I have categorized the lists as my reference DID:

Section One: Women from upper class families. Section Two: Women Who annulled wedding contracts (Here and Throughout all of the lists, in the interest of family lines, I only included the actual marriage of the girls Rather than list unfulfilled contracts that never Produced'any of us.) Section Three: Women from Ile-de-France. Section Four: Women from Normandy Section Five: Women of unknown origin Section Six: Woman from --other places in France

In Some cases, I couldn't help include goal Reviews some of the more interesting historical notes. Unfortunately, most is of These Notes are of a negative kind - dealing with death, prostitution, adultery gold - but never-the-less, "VERY INTERESTING" !! In Many cases, the girls married soldiers of the famous Carignan Regiment. I have tried to indicate indication That fact in Each box.

I have tried with the Utmost of my Ability to Avoid (correct) Any mistakes in transcription, spelling, etc. Any mistakes you find will probably be Those I missed. I apologize now For Those That Slipped by me. Aussi goal I will take the liberty of pouting now and say, "it's better than no list at all!"

So - From me to all of you --other FC descendents - ENJOY and LEARN.

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Jeanne Braconnier's Timeline

1653
1653
Veuve De Crespin, Thuilles, France
1677
February 15, 1677
Age 24
Boucherville, Chambly, Quebec, Canada
1678
November 15, 1678
Age 25
Boucherville, Quebec, Canada
November 15, 1678
Age 25
Chambly, La Vallée-du-Richelieu, Québec, Canada
1683
June 30, 1683
Age 30
Longueuil, QC, Canada
June 30, 1683
Age 30
Chambly, La Vallée-du-Richelieu Regional County Municipality, Québec, Canada
1685
July 26, 1685
Age 32
1690
September 22, 1690
Age 37
Boucherville, Chambly, Québec, Canada