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Olivier Charbonneau

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Saint-Étienne, Marans, Aunis, France
Death: November 20, 1687 (75-76)
Pointe-aux-Trembles (Montréal), Québec, Canada
Place of Burial: Pointe-aux-Trembles (Montréal), Québec, Canada
Immediate Family:

Son of Estavan Charbonneau and Jeanne Charbonneau (Dulonge)
Husband of Osanne Lussard and Mary Margaret Garnier
Father of Marie Loué dite Souat; Marie-Anne Charbonneau; Toussaint Charbonneau; Joseph Bachelet Dit Carbonneau; Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau and 10 others
Brother of Francoise Trahan (Charboneau)

Occupation: meunier; miller, arrive avec 2e femme, 20-9-1659 a Montreal, Miller
Managed by: Private User
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About Olivier Charbonneau

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=121898418

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Biographie Biography

Olivier Charbonneau avait été recruté en France pour venir prêter main-forte à la colonie naissante. C’est ainsi qu’il qu'il parti de La Rochelle le 2 juillet 1659 sur le Saint André et débarqua à Ville-Marie en Nouvelle-France le 7 septembre 1659. Guidé par Jeanne Mance, il alla s’installer dans la région de Ville-Marie (Montréal).

Il exerçait la profession de meunier. Avec sa femme, Marie-Marguerite Garnier, et ses deux enfants, il s’établit à la Pointe-aux-Trembles.

Dès son arrivée il se mit à la tâche et construisit un moulin-à-eau. Il s’agissait du premier dans la région. Il pouvait donc s’adonner à son métier de moudre le grain. Marie-Marguerite donnera naissance à trois autres enfants à la Pointe-aux-Trembles.

Deux de leur fils, Jean et Joseph se marièrent et eurent à leur tour des enfants qui allaient transmettre le nom de Charbonneau de génération en génération en cette terre d’Amérique.

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Event: to New France on July 2 1659 on the 'St. André with his wife & daughter and settled Sail 2 SEP 1659 Montréal, Québec, Canada Note: Montreal's population at the time was 160. Oliver is said to have started the first water mill in Montreal.




de: Marans, diocèse de La Rochelle, Aunis marié à: Marie-Marguerite GARNIER à La Rochelle en 1654 ancêtre de: Basile ROUTHIER et du Curé LABELLE




Occupation: Miller Jetté p. 225 and DGO p. 25 Deceased at80 years; 35 years with the rec. 1666; 52 years with therec. 1667; 70 years with the rec. 1681 Date of birthaccording to the File Origin on Internet. He engagestowards Jeanne Mance in front of the Demontreau notary ofthe LaRochelle, June 18, 1659 and makes the crossing on the"Saint-Andrew". Arrive to Montreal September 20.Reference: Jetté 225

Marriage: ABOUT 1646 France to Lussaud, Osanne ??Reference: DGO 25

Marriage: April 30, 1646 with St-Étienne, Marans(Charente-Maritime) spouse: Roy, Marguerite


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Veuf en 1ère noce d'Osanne Lussaud

Engagé à La Rochelle 05-06-1659 avec sa femme, arrivé le 20-09-1659 à Montréal.




He was one of the first settlers of the Île Jésus (today, Laval). He is the father of 35,000 living North Americans, and ancestor of the entire population of Labelle.


There are only two surviving records for the family name of Charbonneau: one for Olivier and his wife, landing in 1659, and another for an unrelated man, Jean and his wife, around 1675. Nothing in the record suggests that the two were closely related. It has been estimated that 97% of the Charbonneau families in North America are descended from Olivier Charbonneau and his wife. Descendants of Jean are fewer in number and in New France have tended to cluster in the Vaudreuil and Soulanges area of Quebec near the Ottawa river.[6]


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@R-1147410111@ Ancestry Family Trees Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.

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Ancestry Family Tree http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=70627862&pid=7160


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Look in Jette pp 225, 226 for information about Oliver Charbonneau.

Olivier arrived in Montreal in 1659 on the ship Saint-Andre. He belonged to the Marans (Charente-Maritime) group which on June 5 and 25, 1659, before the notary Demontreau, came to an agreement with Jeanne Mance for the passage of their families as far as Quebec.

--Godbout, "Les Passagers du Saint-Andre," pp. 20-21

1666 Census, Montreal, Canada

Ollivier Charbonneau 35 Habitant Marie Garnier 49 'c9pouse Anne Charbonneau 9 Fille Joseph Charbonneau 5 Fils Jean Charbonneau 3 Fils 'c9lisabeth Charbonneau 18 mois Fille

--http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Estates/4162/recensm.htm

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Olivier Charbonneau's Timeline

1611
1611
Marans, Aunis, France
1611
Meron, Maine-et-Loire, France
1611
Meron, Maine-et-Loire, France
1611
Meron, Maine-et-Loire, France
1611
Marans, Larochelle, Aunis, France
1611
Meron, Maine-et-Loire, France
1611
Meron, Maine-et-Loire, France
1615
1615
Age 4
Maran
1625
1625
St Eloi, Normandie, Lisieux, France