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René de la Voye

Also Known As: "de la Voye", "Lavoie", "de LaVoy", "de LaVoie", "Lavoye"
Birthdate: (67)
Birthplace: Paroisse Saint-Maclou, Rouen, Normandie, France
Death: March 11, 1696 (67)
Château-Richer, Québec, Canada
Place of Burial: Château-Richer, Québec, Canada
Immediate Family:

Son of René de la Voye and Isabeau Bélanger
Husband of Marie-Anne Godin
Father of René Lavoie; Jean-François Lavoie; Marie-Anne Lavoie; Anne Allard; Pierre Jacques Lavoie and 4 others
Brother of Marie LaVoye; Catherine De LaVoye; Jeanne LaVoye; Jean LaVoye; Marie Delaye-LaVoye and 3 others

Occupation: cultivateur; farmer
Managed by: Gilles Rino Michaud
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About René de la Voye

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René De Lavoye

René of Voye, son of René and Isabeau Bélanger, was born in St-Maclou Rouen (Normandy) in 1633. April 19, 1656, at Our Lady of Quebec, R. P. Paul Ragueneau married René de la Voye and Anne Godin (Godin daughter of Elijah and Esther Ramage). Anne was born October 16, 1639 in La Rochelle and died February 26, 1678. On 7 October 1665, Rene obtained a concession of three acres in front Charles Aubert de La Chesnaye in the Lordship of Beaupré. René and Anne will have eight children.

René La Voye, born in 1633, in the parish of Saint-Maclou in Rouen, in Normandy, the first ancestor of the Lavoie family. Like so many men whose lives took place away from honors and expenses, René La Voye is still unknown to his descendants, who number in the thousands, in Canada and the United States.

His childhood, his adolescence and, perhaps, learn a craft finally led away from her parents, René and Isabeau Boulanger. In 1656 he is already fixed on the Beaupré Coast, but there has yet to land. It has been said, and it is possible that he was employed by an appointed Jobin. It's Wednesday, April 19, 1656 René La Voye marries. He married Anne Godin or Gaudin. The parents of the girl are followers of the religion of Calvin. Anne Gaudin was baptized in 1648 and it is unlikely that her fiance has agreed to marry her if she had only eight. It is therefore more likely to believe that the child has, like many other adults and Calvinist Huguenots or children, was baptized shortly after his arrival in New France.

It has been said, but this was disputed, René La Voye himself was Huguenot. Why not? Often forced to recant, forced to receive the sacraments of baptism, marriage and extreme unction, the Huguenots sometimes sought to combine them. Moreover, the act of marriage, now in Quebec, reported an unusual twist to the religious customs: the banns were not published.

"On April 19, 1656, dispensation having been given to banns and other ceremonies for good and just reasons, Father Paul Ragueneau, of the Society of Jesus, with the power to do this, married René de La Voye old 25 years or so, with Anne Godin, aged about 15, daughter of Elie Godin and Esther Ramage, residents of the Côte de Beaupré, in the presence of Stephen Lessart and Claude Poulin, residents of the same place, the father and mother of the girl. " The formula used to refer to the bride's parents is somewhat cavalier. August 18, 1656, René La Voye leases Rouzée Marguerite, widow of Pierre Gasnier, a land of the Beaupré Coast. The contract stipulates that each of the three years of occupation, the tenant will deliver commodities from the proceeds of the land, plus three books the last two years.

Marriage certificate of René of Voye and Anne Godin

Civil State Registers of Our Lady of Quebec.

Church of St. Anne du Petit-Cap.

"On April 19, 1656, having been dispensation given to banns and other ceremony for good and just reasons, the R. Father Paul Ragueneau, of the Society of Jesus having power to do this, the married René Voye, aged 25 or about son René of Voye and Isabeau Boulanger, Rouen, in the parish of Saint-Maclou Anne Godin, aged about 15 years, daughter of Elijah Godin and Esther Ramage,inhabitants of Coste de Beaupré, in the presence of Lessar Estienne and Claude Poulin, a resident of place, Father Ragueneau.

The following year, the couple had their first child, Rene. It is also, if one believes the historian J. Edmond Roy, the timing of the ancestor to recant in the forms: "Indeed, he writes, under date of 3 April 1657, the Quen father wrote that he did make abjuration of heresy in his room, in the presence of Pierre Jobin and Val and father Chastelain, in the words of the Council of Trent, a boy belonging to the named Rene Jobin called Voye. "

On 7 October 1657, despite the lease of land at the Coast, René La Voye becomes the neighbor of Louis Guimont, of Allard and Giguère, going to settle in Sainte-Anne, where he obtained a land of three acres head on. The concession was renewed on October 7, 1665. We know that in 1662, he worked on the construction of the chapel to St. Anne and in 1663, in parishioner respectful of the rules, he gives to the church and two bushels half of peas in payment of his tithing.

But at St. Anne of Petit Cap, there is the strange events that are in the process of transforming the chapel into a place of pilgrimage. In 1658 already, Louis Guimont was cured of kidney smarting because, like so many others, he placed a stone in church foundations. In 1662, it is the side of Gaudin the miracle to take place.

Anne's parents are converted recently and, if one believes the story is Sainte-Anne who was to be responsible to strengthen their belief. "In 1662 year, Esther Ramage, then aged forty-five, suffered eighteen months of a sorrowful disease. She was so bent by the violence of evil that she could in no way straighten and that she had to drag herself as best she could with her stick. "since we recommended him to imitate the gesture made three years earlier by her neighbor, she claimed the Holy, asking her to do it on a miracle as she had done on this man. At that moment, forgetting his stick disappeared, she was found standing upright, walking as easily as she had never done. "Later the narrator adds that this miracle 'served much to confirm in the faith the whole family who had long lived in the reformed religion. "Two years later it was the turn of Elijah Gaudin get the favor of the Holy.

Anne Gaudin is buried February 26, 1678 in the parish cemetery. Nine children were born of this union: five son and four daughters, except Anne, born in 1664, will make alliance. In 1686, when he is older than 53 years, René La Voye cedes half the land he obtained in 1657, his son Pierre Allard who married three years ago, a second daughter named Anne. By selling that part of earth, René La Voye becomes the employee of his son by committing to work even in the development of the earth "according to his strength and all his power without claiming anything of wages during the time it will be with the purchaser. " However, the Pierre Allard must feed, house and so on Marie and Brigitte, as they will not be marrying age.

The ancestor of the Lavoie family was buried March 11, 1696 at Château-Richer.

René death certificate of Voye.

"The year one thousand six hundred and eighty-twenty Seixe the eleventh day of March died Rene dela voye widower of the late Anne Godin, a resident of St. Anne of the small-cap aged sixty-three, died suddenly in ettant way that he began to come to the Holy Mass in the Church of the parish and the next day I undersigned parish priest of this parish recognizing that had received Catholic and Roman Catholic religion, buried in Cemetery of that church according to the usage of Holy Mother Church of Rome in the presence of guillaume morel, Allard stone, plant and jean alexis signed morel others said they sign this document according to the ordinance. G Morel G Gauthier ptr

Source: The American French Genealogical Centre. References Sources: Association of American families Lavoie Sources: Our Roots Stories

SOURCE: DE LA VOYE, RENE, 1628-1696, mathieu92, GENEANET, FRANCE, WWW.GENEANET.ORG, https://gw.geneanet.org/mathieu92?n=de+la+voye&oc=&p=rene, accessed 2018 Feb 07

M René De La VoyePrint Family Tree Born 28 November 1628 (Tuesday) - St-Maclou-la-Brière,Seine maritime, Haute-Normandie, France Baptized 28 November 1628 (Tuesday) - St-Maclou-la-Brière,Seine maritime, Haute-Normandie, France Deceased 11 March 1696 (Sunday) - Château-Richer, Quebec, Canada , age at death: 67 years old Buried 12 March 1696 (Monday) - Château-Richer, Quebec, Canada Cultivateur


Parents René De La Voye, born ( _________________________________+-_1600) - St-Maclous, Rouen, Normandie, France, baptized - St-Maclou, Eure, Normandie, FR Married about 1628, St-Maclou, Rouen, Normandie, France, to Isabelle Bélanger, born ( _________________________________+-_1600) - St-Maclou, Eure, Normandie, FR


Spouses, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren

Married 14 April 1656 (Friday), Québec,Québec, to Anne Godin-Gaudin, born 16 October 1639 (Sunday) - TEMPLE CALVINISTE,V. ET EV. LA ROCHELLE,AUNIS, Deceased 26 February 1678 (Saturday) - Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré,Québec age at death: 38 years old , buried 27 February 1678 (Sunday) - STE-ANNE-DE-BEAUPRE (Parents : M Elie GAUDIN ca 1614-1672 & F Esther RAMAGE) with:

- M René Lavoie 1657-1731 married 4 November 1683 (Thursday), Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré, Montmorency, QC. CA, to Marguerite Bouchard 1665-1731 with:

-- M François-Xavier Lavoie 1684-1770 married 12 February 1714 (Monday), BAIE-ST-PAUL, CHARLEVOIX, Qc, to Marguerite Savard 1694- -- F Rosalie Lavoie 1686-1717 married 27 November 1708 (Tuesday), BAIE-ST-PAUL, CHARLEVOIX, Qc, to ? ? - -M Claude Lavoie 1690-1717 -- M Jean-Batiste Lavoie 1693-1748 married 18 November 1721 (Tuesday), Baie-St-Paul, Charlevoix, QC. CA, to Hélène Fortin 1705-1773 with :


M Dominique Lavoie 1727-1805
M Louis Lavoie 1734-1805
F Marie-Procule Lavoie
F Geneviève Lavoie
M Michel Lavoie
M Joseph Lavoie
M François Lavoie

-- M Jean Lavoie 1693-1748 married 18 November 1721 (Tuesday), BAIE-ST-PAUL, CHARLEVOIX, Qc, to ? ? -- F Elisabeth Lavoie 1695- -- F Marie Lavoie 1697- married 19 July 1720 (Friday), BAIE-ST-PAUL, CHARLEVOIX, Qc, to ? ? -- F Marie Lavoie 1698- -- M Michel Lavoie 1700-1768 married 10 May 1724 (Wednesday), Baie St-Paul, Charlevoix, QC, to Marie-Josephe Fillion 1702-1774 with :


M Michel Lavoie 1725-


M Pierre Lavoie 1728-
F Marie-Josephe Lavoie 1734-1789
M Rene Lavoie †1788
F Marguerite-Genevieve Lavoie 1730-
M Honore-Joseph Lavoie ca 1731-
M Jean Lavoie 1733-1761
F Madeleine Lavoie 1736-1759
F Emerence Lavoie ca 1740-

-- M Jacques Lavoie 1702-1768 married 23 November 1729 (Wednesday), Baie-St-Paul, Charlevoix, QC. CA, to Angélique Tremblay 1708-1752 with :


F Angelique DE LAVOIE


F Ursule DE La VOYELAVOIE
M Charles LAVOIE
F Marie LAVOIE
F Marie-Rachelle De La Voye
F Appoline De La Voye
F Marguerite De La Voye
M Henri-1 De La Voye
M Jacques LAVOIE
F Agathe-Francoise DE LAVOIE
F Emerentienne LAVOIE 1744-
Thecle-Opportune DE LAVOIE
M Henri-Etienne LAVOIE
F Agathe Françoise Lavoie 1730-

--F Catherine Lavoie 1704-1779 married 21 April 1726 (Sunday), Baie St-Paul, Charlevoix, QC, to Jean Tremblay 1701-1783 with :


M Jean-Marie Tremblay


F Marie-Roch Tremblay 1727-1774
F Catherine Tremblay 1729-1805
M Jean Tremblay 1731-
F Elisabeth Tremblay 1733-
F Marie-Anne Tremblay 1735-1759
M Alexis Tremblay 1737-1780
M Etienne-Henri-Dieudonne Tremblay ca 1739-ca 1759
F Charlotte Tremblay 1741-1793
F Marie-Charlotte Tremblay ca 1741-
F Gertrude Tremblay 1743-1795
M Jerome-Jean Tremblay ca 1745-
M Étienne Gaspard Tremblay 1747-1831

-- M Joseph Lavoie 1707-1727

-M "Jean" Alexis De Lavoie 1660- married 22 October 1688 (Friday), Rivière-Ouelle, Kamouraska, QC. CA, to Marie-Madeleine Boucher 1670-1723 with

-- M Pierre Lavoie 1690-1712 -- F Madeleine Lavoie 1691-1721 -- F Marguerite Lavoie 1693-1773 -- F Marie-Anne Lavoie 1695-1695 -- M Alexis Lavoie 1695- married 7 January 1724 (Friday), Rivière-Ouelle,Bas-Saint-Laurent,Québec,CANADA, to Françoise Dutarte

Alexis Lavoie 1695-  married 3 July 1735 (Sunday), Rivière-Ouelle,Bas-Saint-Laurent,Québec,CANADA, to Marie-Anne Lebel

-- M Joseph De Lavoie 1702- married 13 May 1725 (Sunday), C.N. Janseau, QC, to Genevieve Miville-Deschênes 1708- with :


M Joseph De Lavoie †1764


M Antoine Lavoie 1733-1738
F Genevieve Lavoie 1735-
M Jean-Baptiste Lavoie 1740-
M Jean-Francois Lavoie 1740-
F Marie-Anne Lavoie 1742-
M Augustin Lavoie

-- M Augustin Lavoie 1704-1770 -- M Antoine Lavoie 1708- -- F Francoise Lavoie 1710-

- M Jean-François Lavoie ca 1661- - F Anne-Marie LAVOIE 1663-1686 married 22 November 1683 (Monday), STE-ANNE-DE-BEAUPRE, MONTMORENCY, Qc, to ? ? - F Anne-Marie De La Voye 1664-1686 married 22 November 1683 (Monday), Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré,Québec, to Pierre Allard ca 1653-1703 with:

-- F Marie Allard 1684- -- M Pierre Allard 1686-1713

- M Pierre (Dit Lavoie) De la Voye 1666-1736 married 2 May 1696 (Wednesday), ST-FRANCOIS, ILE D'ORLEANS, Qc, to Constance Duchesne 1673-1715 with:

-- F Marguerite Lavoie 1711-1774 married 1 December 1731 (Saturday), Baie St-Paul, Charlevoix, QC, to Ignace Brisson 1702- with :


F Marguerite Brisson, Dutilly 1737-1826


M Ignace Brisson 1745-
F Genevieve Ursule Brisson 1748-

  Pierre (Dit Lavoie) De la Voye 1666-1736  married 10 February 1716 (Monday), St-Michel, Bellechasse, QC, to Madeleine Tourneroche

- 1679-1736 with:

-- F Marie-Josephte Lavoie 1720-

- M Jacques De Lavoie 1669-1752 married 15 February 1706 (Monday), Baie St-Paul, Charlevoix, QC, to Angélique Garand 1686-1718 with:

-- M Jacques Lavoie 1707-1758 -- M François Lavoie 1709-1785 married 25 June 1736 (Monday), Petite-Rivière-St-François,Charlevoix, to Marie-Madeleine Simard Lombrette 1718-1760 with :


F Madeleine Lavoie

-- F Angelique Lavoie 1716- married 23 November 1739 (Monday), Baie St-Paul, Charlevoix, QC, to Pierre Duchesne-Lapierre 1711-1794 with :


M Pierre Frederic Duchesne 1742-
F Suzanne Duchesne 1750-

  Jacques De Lavoie 1669-1752  married 7 August 1719 (Monday), Charlesbourg, Quebec, QC, to Marie Barbeau 1686-1767 with:

-- F Rosalie Lavoie 1722- -- M Rene-Roch Lavoie 1726- -- M Augustin Lavoie 1729- married 9 November 1756 (Tuesday), Pte-Riv. St-Charles, QC, to Marie-Anne Gagne 1724-1766 -- F Victoire Lavoie 1732-1805 married 3 November 1763 (Thursday), Petite-Rivière St-François, Charlevoix, QC. CA, to Joseph Simard,

  Lombrette 1717- with :

F Marie-Anne Simard 1764-


F Julienne Simard 1766-
F Félicité Simard 1767-
M Louis Simard 1771-1852
F Anne Simard 1772-
M Isaac Simard 1773-
M Jean Simard
F Constance Simard 1775-

- F Marie-Madeleine De La Voye 1672-1743 married 6 October 1687 (Monday), STE-ANNE-DE-BEAUPRE, MONTMORENCY, Qc, to ? ? - F Brigitte Lavoie 1675-1727 married 3 November 1697 (Sunday), CHATEAU-RICHER, MONTMORENCY, Qc, to ? ? - M Joseph Lavoie 1678-1727 married 21 November 1701 (Monday), STE-ANNE-DE-BEAUPRE, MONTMORENCY, Qc, to ? ?


Siblings

M René De La Voye 1628-1696 Married 14 April 1656 (Friday), Québec,Québec, to Anne Godin-Gaudin 1639-1678 F Jeanne De La Voye 1634- M Jean De La Voye 1636- F Marie De La Voye 1638- M Andre De La Voye 1640- F Elisabeth De La Voye 1644- F Catherine De La Voye 1646-


Notes

Individual Note Le 19 avril 1656, à Notre-Dame de Québec, le R.P. Paul Ragueneau maria René de la Voye et Anne Godin (fille d'Élie Godin et d'Esther Ramage). Anne est née le 16 Octobre 1639 à La Rochelle et elle est décédée le 26 février 1678. Le 7 octobre 1665, René obtient une concession de trois arpents en front de Charles Aubert de La Chesnaye, dans la seigneurie de Beaupré. René et Anne y auront huit enfants. En 1686, il vendra sa terre à son gendre, Pierre Allard, à charge par ce dernier de prendre soin de lui jusqu'à sa mort. René de Lavoye est décédé le 11 mars 1696. L'acte de sépulture de René rapporte : "...est décédé ... mort subitement en chemin qu'il avait commencé de venir à la Sainte Messe dans l'église de cette paroisse ... " -- GEDCOM (INDI) -- 1 SOUR Gilles Deguire - About PhpGedView - http://www.phpgedview.net - http://www.mesancetres.ca/gedcom/individual.php?pid=I54615 - Provenance de cet individu http://www.mesancetres.ca/gedcom/individual.php? PATRIACHE DE LA PLUS IMPORTANTE LIGNEE DES LAVOIE AU CANADA. DEJA EN 1686, UNE DIZAINE DE PETITS-FILS ASSURAIENT DEJA SA DESCENDANCE. DES LE 18-08-1656, IL LOUE UNE TERRE AVEC 'CABANE' SUR LA COTE BEAUPRE,D'OU IL EST DELOGE EN 1661 LORSQUE LOUIS GAGNE, FILS DU PIONNIER PIERRE GAGNE, EN OBTIENT LA CONCESSION. LE 07-10-1665, CHARLES-AUBERT DE LA CHESNAYE, PROPRIETAIRE DE LA SEIGNEURIE DE BEAUPRE, LUI OCTROIE UNE TERRE DE 3 ARPENTSDE FRONT, ENTRE CELLE DE PIERRE SIMARD ET FRANCOIS GIGUERE. EN 1686, IL LA VENDIT A SON GENDRE PIERRE ALLARD. L'un des pionniers qui introduisit le patronyme Lavoie en Nouvelle-France fut René Lavoie. Fils de René et que Isabelle Bélanger, il avait vu le jour à Rouen. Le 19 avril 1656, il épousait une fille de la côte de Beaupré, Anne Gaudin dont les parents s'étaient mariés aux temples calvinistes de la Rochelle en 1639 ; elle y avait d'ailleurs elle-même reçu le baptême. C'est sur la côte de Beaupré que le couple se fixant. Dès le 18 août 1656, René loue une terre avec cabane. Or, en 1661, Louis Gagner, fils du pionnier Pierre, en obtient la concession. Le 7 octobre 1665, Charles Aubert de La Chesnaye, propriétaire d'une partie de la seigneurie de Beaupré, octroie à René de Lavoie une terre de 3 arpents de front situé entre celles de Pierre Simard et de François Giguère. Le couple Lavoie/Gaudin eut 8 enfants. Le premier, qui fut domestique au séminaire de Québec, épousa, le 4 novembre 1683, Marguerite Bouchard, fille de Claude et Louis Gagné. Lorsqu'en 1686 René Lavoie vendit à son gendre Pierre Allard la moitié de la terre qui lui revenait par suite du décès de son épouse, à la condition que l'acheteur prenne soin de lui jusqu'à sa mort, il pouvait se retirer tranquille quant à la pérennité de son patronyme : une dizaine de petit-fils devaient l'assuré. L'un des pionniers qui introduisit le patronyme Lavoie en Nouvelle-France fut René Lavoie. Fils de René et que Isabelle Bélanger, il avait vu le jour à Rouen. Le 19 avril 1656, il épousait une fille de la côte de Beaupré, Anne Gaudin dont les parents s'étaient mariés aux temples calvinistes de la Rochelle en 1639 ; elle y avait d'ailleurs elle-même reçu le baptême. C'est sur la côte de Beaupré que le couple se fixant. Dès le 18 août 1656, René loue une terre avec cabane. Or, en 1661, Louis Gagner, fils du pionnier Pierre, en obtient la concession. Le 7 octobre 1665, Charles Aubert de La Chesnaye, propriétaire d'une partie de la seigneurie de Beaupré, octroie à René de Lavoie une terre de 3 arpents de front situé entre celles de Pierre Simard et de François Giguère. Le couple Lavoie/Gaudin eut 8 enfants. Le premier, qui fut domestique au séminaire de Québec, épousa, le 4 novembre 1683, Marguerite Bouchard, fille de Claude et Louis Gagné. Lorsqu'en 1686 René Lavoie vendit à son gendre Pierre Allard la moitié de la terre qui lui revenait par suite du décès de son épouse, à la condition que l'acheteur prenne soin de lui jusqu'à sa mort, il pouvait se retirer tranquille quant à la pérennité de son patronyme : une dizaine de petit-fils devaient l'assuré. PATRIACHE DE LA PLUS IMPORTANTE LIGNEE DES LAVOIE AU CANADA. DEJA EN 1686, UNE DIZAINE DE PETITS-FILS ASSURAIENT DEJA SA DESCENDANCE. DES LE 18-08-1656, IL LOUE UNE TERRE AVEC 'CABANE' SUR LA COTE BEAUPRE,D'OU IL EST DELOGE EN 1661 LORSQUE LOUIS GAGNE, FILS DU PIONNIER PIERRE GAGNE, EN OBTIENT LA CONCESSION. LE 07-10-1665, CHARLES-AUBERT DE LA CHESNAYE, PROPRIETAIRE DE LA SEIGNEURIE DE BEAUPRE, LUI OCTROIE UNE TERRE DE 3 ARPENTSDE FRONT, ENTRE CELLE DE PIERRE SIMARD ET FRANCOIS GIGUERE. EN 1686, IL LA VENDIT A SON GENDRE PIERRE ALLARD. L'un des pionniers qui introduisit le patronyme Lavoie en Nouvelle-France fut René Lavoie. Fils de René et que Isabelle Bélanger, il avait vu le jour à Rouen. Le 19 avril 1656, il épousait une fille de la côte de Beaupré, Anne Gaudin dont les parents s'étaient mariés aux temples calvinistes de la Rochelle en 1639 ; elle y avait d'ailleurs elle-même reçu le baptême. C'est sur la côte de Beaupré que le couple se fixant. Dès le 18 août 1656, René loue une terre avec cabane. Or, en 1661, Louis Gagner, fils du pionnier Pierre, en obtient la concession. Le 7 octobre 1665, Charles Aubert de La Chesnaye, propriétaire d'une partie de la seigneurie de Beaupré, octroie à René de Lavoie une terre de 3 arpents de front situé entre celles de Pierre Simard et de François Giguère. Le couple Lavoie/Gaudin eut 8 enfants. Le premier, qui fut domestique au séminaire de Québec, épousa, le 4 novembre 1683, Marguerite Bouchard, fille de Claude et Louis Gagné. Lorsqu'en 1686 René Lavoie vendit à son gendre Pierre Allard la moitié de la terre qui lui revenait par suite du décès de son épouse, à la condition que l'acheteur prenne soin de lui jusqu'à sa mort, il pouvait se retirer tranquille quant à la pérennité de son patronyme : une dizaine de petit-fils devaient l'assuré.


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René de la Voye's Timeline

1628
November 28, 1628
Rouen, Normandie, France
November 28, 1628
Rouen, Normandie, France
1657
April 3, 1657
Age 28
Château-Richer, Québec, Canada
1660
June 1660
Age 31
Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre, Capitale-Nationale Region, Quebec, Canada
1664
February 17, 1664
Age 35
Château-Richer, Québec, Canada
February 17, 1664
Age 35
1666
August 15, 1666
Age 37
Château-Richer, Québec, Canada
1669
September 12, 1669
Age 40
Château-Richer, Québec, Canada
1672
April 1, 1672
Age 43
Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Québec, Canada