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Mathurine-Madeleine Robin dite Boulé

Also Known As: "Mathurine-Madeleine Robin dite Boulé"
Birthdate: (70)
Birthplace: Paroisse Saint-Jean-et-Saint-Malo, Mortagne, Perche, France
Death: April 16, 1662 (70)
Beauport, Québec, Canada
Place of Burial: Beauport, Québec, Canada
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Eustache Robin and Mathurine Avrard
Wife of Jean Guyon dit Buisson
Mother of Barbe Guyon; Jean Guyon du Buisson; Marie Andrée Guyon; Simon Guyon; Marie Guyon and 16 others
Sister of Jacques Robin; Eustache Robin; Barbe Robin; Simon Robin and Jean Robin

Occupation: Housewife and mother. Arrived in Quebec in June 1634.
Managed by: James Fred Patin, Jr.
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About Mathurine-Madeleine Robin dite Boulé

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Mathurine Marie was born circa 1594 in Chartres, Perche, France. She married Jean GUYON on 2 June 1615 in St-Jean-de-Mortagne, Chartres, Perche, France. She died on 16 April 1662 in Beauport, Québec, France. PRDH - Certificat d'individu #75031 http://www.leveillee.net/ancestry/d762b.htm


SEE ENTRY IN ANCESTRY OF EUPHROSINE HAMELIN LEADING TO WM. She and Jean are parents of Francois Guyon de Buisson dit Despres.

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Mathurine Robin (1597-1663) Mathurine Robin was born about 1597 in St. Jean, Mortagne, Perche, France; the daughter of Thomas Robin and Madeliene Avard. She arrived in the small French colony as a Les Meres D'Immigre and was one of the first settlers of Quebec. On June 12, 1615; she married Jean-Francois Guyon at St. Aubin De Tour, Montagne, Perche, France. Jean-Francois was born on September 18, 1592 at St. Aubin-de-Tourouve; the son of Jacques Guyon and Marie Huet. He grew up in Tourouvre and on May 18, 1614; there is a record of the repayment of a loan to him by Pantaleon Bigot, a farmer from Autheuil; the payment of which included "a small gold pistol, several gold crowns and silver pieces." Evidence that he was doing quite well.

The same year that he and Mathurine were married, he constructed a thirty-step, stone staircase leading to the bell tower of the church at St. Aubin, where he had been christened. Remarkably, that staircase is still intact.

Mathurine would start off her married life with the addition of her mother-in-law, who came to live with them after the death of Jean's father. The family moved to the parish of St. Jean, where they would remain until Jean's mother passed away in 1626; and from there to Notre-Dame in Mortagne.

There was a lot of restoration work required in Mortagne, after the devastation of the Religious Wars, and her husband's skills as a stone-cutter, brought him to the attention of Robert Giffard when he was establishing his seigneury at Beauport Quebec. The family left Dieppe in May of 1634, on a ship commanded by Captain De Ville, and arrived in Quebec on August 8, 1634.

However, there were a few problems from the beginning. Mathurine's husband had teamed with Zacherie Cloutier; the two of them planning to pool their resources; but when the joint contract was drawn up, the clerk, instead of writing in 1000 arpents of land each for a total of two thousand; mistakenly wrote down 2000 arpents each! When the error was caught, the men tried to have Giffard honour the document as written and the legal case went on for some time. Finally, the new governor, Montmagny had to intervene, and settled in favour of Giffard.

The first task for Jean was to help in the construction of a manor house for Seignuer Giffard, which was a two story masonry dwelling, 32 feet long by 16 feet wide with 6 foot clearance under the beams; overlooking the St. Lawrence. It became known as "Le Manior de Beauport" and survived until 1879 when it was destroyed by fire and was demoloshed in 1880. During the war with the English it served as Montcalm's headquarters.

In addition to the construction of the home of Robert Giffard, his contract called for a three year obligation to supervise the tilling of fields and to provide fire wood for Giffard and his family. Zacharie and Jean were slow in complying, resulting in legal actions, and they always found it difficult to accept their former friend Giffard as their 'Lord and Master'.

Jean Guyon was a well educated man and wanted the same opportunity for his children. The boys were sent to the Jesuit College and the girls instructed by the Ursuline nuns, who later wrote; "There is no other family whose zeal for education has been more transmitted from generation to generation during the past hundred years than that of Jean Guyon".

Mathurine and Jean had a total of fifteen children; six they brought with them, and had five additonal born in Quebec. Their fief in Beauport located near the Riviere de Buisson, adopted that name and Jean and Mathurine assumed the titles Sieur and Madame Du Buisson. This title would later fall to their son Jean. Mathurine died April 16, 1662 and Jean the following year on May 30, 1663. The Next Generation Marie-Andree Robin Guyon - Was born about 1616 and died unknown in St. Jean. She may have been married to Andre Bernard, the slayer of La Tour's men; with whom she had two children: Jeanne and Marie-Renee.

Barbe-Marie Robin Guyon - Was born on April 18, 1617 in St. Jean and died on November 27, 1700 in St. Pierre on Ile De Orleans. She married Pierre Paradis and arrived with him to join her parents in 1652. The couple had eleven children: Charlotte, Marguerite, Marie-Anne, Jacques, Charles, Guillaume, Pierre, Madeleine, Marie-Madeleine, Jean and Marie-Louise.

Jean-Debuisson Robin Guyon - Was born on August 01, 1619 in St. Jean and died on January 13, 1694; in Chateau-Richer. He married Elisabeth Couillard; daughter of Guillaume Couillard and Marie-Guilemette Hebert; on November 27, 1645 in Ville De Quebec; and the couple had fifteen children: Marie-Madeleine, Joseph Boisson, Francois-Xavier, Guillaume, Nicolas, Jean-Francois, Catherine-Gertrude, Marie, Genevieve, Elisabeth, Pierre, Pierre-Paul, Ange, Anne and Charles.

Simon Robin Guyon - Was born on September 02, 1621 in St. Jean and died on February 08, 1681, in Ville De Quebec. He married Louise Racine; daughter of Etienne Racine and Marguerite Martin, on November 10, 1653 in Ville De Quebec and the couple had seven children: Jean, Marie, Marguerite, Louise, Charlotte, Marie-Angelique and Barbe.

Marie-Magdeliene Robin Guyon - Was born on March 18, 1624 in St. Jean and died on August 29, 1696, at Cap-St-Ignace. She married Francois Belanger and the couple had thirteen children: Nicolas, Charles, Marie-Madeleine, Marguerite, Jean-Francois, Marie-Charlotte, Catherine, Louis, Louise, Genevieve, Guillaume, Jacques and Anne.

Marie Robin Guyon - Was born on January 25, 1626 and died unknown in St. Jean.

Claude Robin Guyon - Was born on April 22, 1629 in St. Jean and died on February 23, 1694 in Ville De Quebec. He married twice: 1. Catherine Baubise Colin from L'Auxerrois, Ile De Paris, Paris, France; daughter of Jacques Colin and Madeleine Baubise, on February 07, 1655 in Ville De Quebec - twelve children: Jean, Marie-Madeleine, Marie-Louise, Marguerite, Claude, Catherine, Marie-Anne, Jacques, Elisabeth, Marie-Renee, Francoise and Gervais. 2. Marguerite Binaudiere from Chartres, Eure et Loire, Beauce, France; daughter of Robert Binaudiere and Renee Godessaint, on December 01, 1688 - no children.

Joseph Robin Guyon - Was born on October 10, 1630 and died unknown in St. Jean.

Denis Robin Guyon - Was born on June 08, 1631 in St. Jean and died on August 30, 1685, in Lower Town, Quebec. He married Elisabeth Boucher; daughter of Francois Boucher and Marie-Florence Gareman; on October 21, 1659 and the couple had nine children: Bertrand, Jacques, Francois, Marie-Therese, Joseph, Catherine, Elisabeth, Charles-Louis and Jeanne-Catherine.

Michel Robin Guyon - Was born on March 03, 1633 in St. Jean and died on January 07, 1704, in Lower Town Quebec. He married Genevieve Marsolet; daughter of Nicolas Marsolet and Marie Barbier; on September 04, 1662 in Ville De Quebec; and the couple had thirteen children: Genevieve, Joseph, Louis-Michel, Michel, Marie-Elisabeth, Jean-Baptiste, Anne, Suzanne, Louis, Angelique, Mathieu, Jean and Charles.

Paul Robin Guyon - Was born on September 15, 1636 and died unknown in Ville De Quebec.

Jacques Robin Guyon - Was born on November 28, 1637 and died unknown in Ville De Quebec.

Noel Robin Guyon - Was born on August 27, 1638 and died on September 11, 1638 in Ville De Quebec.

Nicolas Robin Guyon - Was born on February 16, 1639 and died unknown in Ville De Quebec.

Francois-Despres Robin Guyon - Was born on December 06, 1639 in Ville De Quebec and died on March 05, 1718, in Beauport. He married Marie-Madeleine Marsolet, daughter of Nicolas Marsolet and Marie Barbier, on September 04, 1662 in Ville De Quebec, and the couple had twelve children: Marie-Madeleine, Joseph, Anne, Marie-Francoise, Madeleine-Marie, Nicolas, Suzanne-Marie, Genevieve, Marguerite-Francoise, Angelique and Jean-Alexis.


Mathurine-Marie arrived in Québec in June 1634.

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Mathurine-Madeleine Robin dite Boulé's Timeline

1592
1592
Mortagne, Perche, France
1593
1593
Age 1
Mortagne, Perche, France
1617
April 19, 1617
Age 25
Mortagne, Perche, France
1619
1619
Age 27
Mortagne, Perche, France
1620
December 5, 1620
Age 28
La Rochelle, Aunis, Charente Maritime
1621
September 2, 1621
Age 29
Mortagne, Perche, France
1622
1622
Age 30
Québec, Canada
1623
March 18, 1623
Age 31
Mortagne, Perche, France