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Louis Sédilot dit Montreuil

Also Known As: "Sedilot; Sédillot; Sedillot; Cedilot; Cédillot; Cedillot", "Cédillot", "Sédillot dit Montreuil"
Birthdate: (73)
Birthplace: Montreuil-sur-Brêche, Oise, Hauts-de-France, France
Death: January 25, 1672 (69-77)
Québec, Nouvelle-France
Place of Burial: Notre-Dame-de-Québec, Québec, Nouvelle-France
Immediate Family:

Son of Jean Sédilot dit Montreuil and Marie-Claude de la Hogue
Husband of Marie Challe / Charier / Chasle and Marie Grimoult, France
Father of Marie Sédillot; Jacqueline-Catherine Sedilot; Adrien Sedilot; Étienne Sédilot dit Desnoyers, Que; Marguerite Sédilot and 2 others

Occupation: Jardinier, défricheur, Jardinier en 1639, jardinier en 1639
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About Louis Sédilot dit Montreuil

Sédilot was born about 1599 or 1600 at Montreuil-sur-Brêche, France, and moved to Gif-sur-Yvette, Île-de-France where he worked as a gardener and married Marie Challe Charier in 1626. They had one child, Marie (1627–84). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_S%C3%A9dilot




Last name also given as "Seduot"


This couple resided Montreuil, Picardy, France.



[2632] SÉDILOT, Louis (.. & .. .. [116731], selon/according to MSGCF 8 59), né/born vers 1592/about 1592 Gif-sur-Yvette (Essonne : 91272), décédé/dead 1672-01-25, inhumé/buried 1672-01-26 Québec (Qc)

  • mariés/married vers 1633/about 1633, de/from Paris (Paris : 75056)

GRIMOUT, Marie (.. & .. .. [116739]), née/born vers 1606/about 1606 Gif-sur-Yvette (Essonne : 91272)

     1) Jacqueline, baptisée/baptized 1637-12-21 Québec (Qc), marié/married Québec (Qc) 1651-10-23 Jean CHÉNIER
     2) Adrien SÉDILOT de BRISVAL, baptisé/baptized 1639-12-18 Québec (Qc), décédé/dead 1715-03-01, inhumé/buried 1715-03-01 Québec (Qc), marié/married Québec (Qc) 1661-09-22 Jeanne Angélique BRIÈRE
     3) Étienne SÉDILOT dit DESNOYERS, baptisé/baptized 1640-09-09 Québec (Qc), décédé/dead 1688-11-09, inhumé/buried 1688-11-10 Québec (Qc), marié/married Québec (Qc) 1664-08-11 Madeleine CARBONNET
     4) Marguerite, baptisée/baptized 1643-04-04 Québec (Qc), marié/married Trois-Rivières (Qc) 1654-09-19 Jean AUBUCHON dit L'ESPÉRANCE, marié/married Montréal (Qc) 1687-02-10 Pierre LUSSEAUT-DESRUSSEAUX
     5) Marie, baptisée/baptized 1644-10-21 Québec (Qc), contrat de mariage/marriage contract (annulé ensuite/later cancelled) 1657-06-11 (greffe Guillaume Audouart) René FILIATRAULT, marié/married Québec (Qc) 1660-08-16 Julien TROTTIER, marié/married (Qc) 1670 René BLANCHET, marié/married Cap-de-la-Madeleine (Qc) 1684-02-08 Antoine ADHÉMAR
     6) Jean SÉDILOT dit MONTREUIL, baptisé/baptized 1647-01-27 Québec (Qc), marié/married Québec (Qc) 1669-11-27 Marie Claire ou Marie de LAHOGUE, marié/married Québec (Qc) 1689-02-22 Françoise Charlotte POITRAS


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Sédilot Louis Sédilot (c.1599 – January 25, 1672) was one of the first French colonists of Québec.

Biography[edit] Sédilot was born about 1599 or 1600 at Montreuil-sur-Brêche, France, and moved to Gif-sur-Yvette, Île-de-France where he worked as a gardener.

He married Marie Challe Charier in 1626, and they had one child, Marie (1627–84). At some point prior to 1636, the elder Marie died and Sédilot found himself widowed.[1]

In 1636, Sédilot remarried, taking as his wife Marie Grimoult. Their wedding was held in Saint Remy, France.[1] In 1637 Sédilot travelled with his wife and daughter to Québec, where he obtained work from the Company of One Hundred Associates clearing and planting land.[1] He appears to have been successful at this work as his contract was renewed in 1640.[1] In 1645 Sédilot received land from Governor Charles de Montmagny, which he settled on with his family.[1] By this stage Sédilot and Grimoult had had further children, and in order to provide lands for his sons, Sédilot acquired further land from Louis d'Ailleboust in 1651, and from Le Vicomte d'Argenson in 1660.[1] In 1667, census records show that he owned 34 acres of cropland and three cattle.[1]

Sédilot died January 25, 1672, and he was buried the following day at Notre-Dame-de-Québec.

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Louis Sédilot dit Montreuil's Timeline

Montreuil-sur-Brêche, Oise, Hauts-de-France, France
Montreuil-sur-Brêche, France
October 21, 1634
Age 35
Montreuil, Ile-de-France, France
December 21, 1637
Age 38
Québec, Québec, Canada
Age 38
Age 38
December 18, 1639
Age 40
Québec, Québec, Canada
Age 40