Thankful-Louise Thérèse le Grain

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Thankful-Louise Thérèse le Grain (Stebbins)

Also Known As: "Therese"
Birthdate: (37)
Birthplace: Deerfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts, United States
Death: July 11, 1729 (37)
Chambly, Chambly, Québec, Canada (Child captive, taken to Canada and stayed)
Place of Burial: Fort Chartrain, Quebec, Canada
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Munson Stebbins, Jr. and Dorothy Stebbins (Alexander)
Wife of Adrien-Charles le Grain dit Lavallée
Mother of Francoise Therese Lariviere; Françoise-Thérèse Legrain dite Lavallée; Marguerite Legrain dite Lavallée; Marie Bessette; Guillaume Legrain and 9 others
Sister of Abigail-Marguerite Stebenne; Ensign John Stebbins, III; Samuel Stebbins; Ebenezer Jacques Charles Stebenne and Joseph, Josiah Stebbins, Stebenne
Half sister of Thankful Louise Therese Legrain

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About Thankful-Louise Thérèse le Grain

Captured in the 1702 Deerfield Massacre and Kidnapping.

Remained in Canada Being a child in Puritan New England, especially a girl, was not that encouraging. Many young people stayed in Canada -- some as Indians, some as French -- and raised their families there.

As the result of a war, on 11-3-1704 her entire family was deported to Deerfield, MA.

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Thankful-Louise Thérèse le Grain's Timeline

September 5, 1691
Deerfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts, United States
April 23, 1707
Age 15
Québec, Canada
April 23, 1707
Age 15
April 23, 1707
Age 15
April 23, 1707
Age 15
April 23, 1707
Age 15
April 23, 1707
Age 15
April 23, 1707
Age 15
March 2, 1713
Age 21
Chambly, Chambly, Québec, Canada