|Birthplace:||St. Gervais, Ville de Sees, Normandie, France|
|Death:||Died in Château-Richer, Quebec, Canada|
|Place of Burial:||Château-Richer, Quebec, Canada|
|Occupation:||Fille du Roi 1665|
|Managed by:||Private User|
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About Marie-Anne Rivet
Anne Rivet est arrivée come "fille du roi" en 1665, elle était la veuve de Grégoire Hisse, receveur de la huitième de Bretagne.
(Info provenant de Céline Ouellette, participante de Généalogie du Québec, "Dictionnaire des familles Ouellet-te" publié par l'association.)
dateof death might be jan 15 1722 at St anne de la Poretier
Rene Houellet married Anne Rivet in 1666. Anne was the widow of a tax collector for Bretagne, in France. She was a “fille du roi”.
Francois (Auclair) Ouellet, was born abt. 1610, St-Jacques-du-Hautpas, Paris, France. He died Aft. March 8, 1665/66, St Famille, Paris, France. He married Elisabeth (Isabelle) Barre, abt. 1634, St-Jacques-du-Hautpas, Paris, France. She was born abt. 1612, St-Jacques-du-Hautpas, Mauville, Paris, France. She died aft. March 8, 1665/66, and was buried in the Saint Famille Parish Cemetary, Paris, France. Francois and Elisabeth lived in Saint Famille, on the street of the Ursulines, knownthen in St-Landry, their entire adult life and died there. Francois was controller of finances for the King of France, over-seir of large farms.
They had only one son, Rene, who was the first generation to come to Canada.
Rene was born April 30, 1635, Saint-Jacques-du-Hautpas, Paris, France. He died January 15, 1721/22, St-Roch-des-Aulnaise, La-Pocateire, Kamouraska, Quebec, Canada. He married (1) Anne Rivet, March 8, 1665/66, de' Ile d' Orleans, Notre-Dame, Quebec, Canada. She was the daughter of N. Rivet. She was born abt. 1642, St-Gervais, Se'ez, Alencon, Normandie, France. She died April 5, 1675 in Chateau-Richer, Montmorency, Quebec, Canada.
Rene left from Dieppe, France to cross the Atlantic, sometime between 1663 and 1659, as a result of the recruitment efforts of monseigner Francois de Montmorency Laval. There's a possibilty that he arived abord the ship 'Sainte Andrew' in 1659, that docked at Trois-Rivers, Quebec. Rene worked in the service of Menard Chourat for three years to work off his passage fare to New France (Quebec). He was a cultivator. After the three years were completed he started farming. That is when he changed the spelling of his name to 'Hoelet', which in french means hoe or shovel.
Anne Rivet was the widow of Gregorie Hisse. She arrives to the country in 1665. Her passage was furnished by a program designed by the king, (Kings Daughters) women were recruted to help colonize the new lands.
Rene and Anne had three sons:
Abraham-Joseph, b. 1667
Mathurin-Rene, b. 1669
Gregoire, b. 1672
Rene marries (2) Therese (Chastillon) Migneault, February 6, 1678/79,Notre-Dame, Rivere-Ouelle, Kamouraska, Quebec, Canada,widow of Nicolas Lebel. She was the daughter of Jean Mignault and Louise Cloutier. She was born September 9, 1651.
Rene and Therese had eight children:
Marie-Therese, b. 1679
Joseph, b. 1680
Marie-Francoise, b. 1682
Sebastien, b. 1684/85
Marie-Anne, b. 1687
Angelique-Margarite, b. 1690
Francois, b. 1693
Marie, b. 1696
Marie-Anne Rivet's Timeline
St. Gervais, Ville de Sees, Normandie, France
April 14, 1667
Ste-Famille, Ile-d'Orléans, Montmorency Co, Quebec, Canada
September 14, 1669
Ste-Famille, Île-D'orléans, Quebec, Canada
October 7, 1672
Ste. Famille, Île d'Orléans, Quebec, Canada
April 5, 1675
Château-Richer, Quebec, Canada
April 7, 1675
Château-Richer, Quebec, Canada
February 10, 1708
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