Augustin HEBERT/Adrienne VIVIER  


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Parents

Guillaume HEBERT/Marguerite Meunier     AntioneVivier/Catherine Journet

 

Note: This page refers to the Great Great Grandparents of Marguerite Hebert Lenoir on her father's side of the family. She is the wife of Jean Benjamin Schiller. Marguerite's family appears to have settled in New France as early as 1642.

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Children

Jeanne Marie HEBERT, Legar HEBERT, Ignace HEBERT,

(Marie Madeleine, Jean Baptiste, Louis Michel)

 

 


Husband's Name
Augustin Dit Jolicoeur HEBERT JOLICOEUR (AFN:9MTR-GR) Pedigree Born:  1623 Place:  St. Barthelemi, Seine, C-Mrt, Paris, France
Christened:  Place: 
Stbarthelemi, Paris, Iledefrance, France
Died: 
1653 Place:  Montreal, Montreal, Pq, Can
Buried: 
1653 Place:  Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Married: 
1646 Place:  Paris, Or, La Rochelle, FranceFather:  Guillaume HEBERT (AFN:N0GC-JD) Family
Mother: 
Marguerite MEUNIER (AFN:N0GC-KK)
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Wife's Name
Adriane DU VIVIER (AFN:9MTR-HX) Pedigree Born:  1626 Place:  Corbeny, Picardie, Aisne, France
Christened: 
1626 Place:  Corbeny, Picardie, Aisne, France
Died: 
20 Oct 1706 Place:  Montreal, , Quebec, Can
Buried: 
20 Oct 1706 Place:  Montreal, Montreal, Pq, Can
Married: 
1646 Place:  Paris, Or, La Rochelle, FranceFather:  Antoine DUVIVIER (AFN:9MTR-J4) Family
Mother: 
Catherine JOURNE (AFN:9MTR-K9)

 

First Colonist of Montreal (Ville-Marie) May 18, 1642

According to Marcel Trudel's "Catalogue des Immigrants 1632-1662" Hebert arrived in 1637.

 

Ville-Marie (Montreal) in 1642, established originally as an Indian mission and haven

 

Note on Historical Montreal Founding Obelisk:

On May 18, 1893, this monument was set up by "the Historical Company of Montreal", it included the names both Augustin Hebert and Adrienne DuVivier. Adrienne was not present at the founding of the colony in 1642. Augustin was a single man in 1642, and he returned to France in 1646 to marry Adrienne DuVivier. Their first child Jeanne was born in France in 1647, and the young married couple and child returned to New France in 1648.

 

".....Augustin Hébert is remarkable to have been, with his wife, Adrienne Duvivier, one of the companions of Mr. de Maisonneuve in this solemn day of May 18, 1642, when it unloaded on our shore, attended the first mass and founded City-Marie to with it.

One of the most interesting points, not to say most interesting of all, in Montreal, from the historical point of view, is well the ROYAL PLACE. In the center, one notices a beautiful obelisk, high by the care of the "Historical Company of Montreal".

On the faces of this obelisk very interesting inscriptions from the historical point of view are engraved. Let us say continuation which these inscriptions teach us that it is with some steps of this place that Mr. de Maisonneuve unloaded in 1642 with approximately 18 companions, and that it made there celebrate the first mass, and that your ancestor, Augustin Hébert and Adrienne Duvivier, étaitent of his/her companions.

We read initially on the face southern side, side of the river, side which looks at the place where the first mass was celebrated:

"on May 18, 1642, close to this obelisk, between the river and the river which runs under the street of the Police chiefs at the place called Royal Place by Champlain, Paul de Chomedy de Maisonneuve threw the bases of the town of Montreal."

"It set up the first dwellings, the fort, the vault, the cemetery, which it contains in an enclosure of piles."

"on February 23, 1642, Montreal had been devoted to Sainte-Vierge under the name of City-Marie."

On the face western side the names of the first colonists of Montreal are engraved:

We see there inter alia, engraved on this monument, the names of:

Jeanne Mance
Augustin Hébert
Adrienne (Of The Fish pond) DuVivier
Nicolas Godé
Francoise Gadois
Louis D' Ailleboust
Francoise Godé
Gilbert Barber
César Leger, etc...

On the third face, side is, one sees it why erection of this obelisk:

"On May 18, 1893, this monument was set up by" the Historical Company of Montreal "to the memory of the generous founders of this city and the first colonists made here in 1642."

"what you see here is only one grain of sénevé, but.... I doubt by no means that this small grain does not produce a large tree, that it is not dawning one of marvellous progress, does not multiply and does not extend from any share."

"Words addressed to the colonists by the R. P. Vimont, May 18, 1642."

 

Monument celebrating Montreal at 250 years, 1892

Photo de gauche : Les Monuments commémoratifs de la province de Québec, 1923
Bibliothèque nationale du Québec
À droite : ©Société de développement de Montréal, 1999 Historique de l'oeuvre
Au moment du 250e anniversaire de la fondation de la ville, en 1892, la Société historique de Montréal souhaite marquer l'événement. Elle prend l'initiative de la réalisation de ce monument. L'abbé H.-A. Verreau, alors président de la Société, préside le comité responsable du projet. L'architecte-arpenteur J.-A.-U. Baudry, qui est membre de la Société historique, conçoit le monument. La réalisation des plaques de bronze est confiée à la maison Chanteloup.

Le monument est installé en 1893 sur la place d'Youville, à un emplacement que l'on veut le plus rapproché possible du lieu de fondation de la ville. Il est dévoilé au public le 17 mai 1894.
L'obélisque occupe alors le même emplacement qu'aujourd'hui. Cédé à la Ville de Montréal en 1940, il est déplacé en 1941 sur la place Royale, devant l'ancienne douane. En 1983, l'oeuvre est ramenée à son emplacement d'origine. En 1998, le nouvel aménagement de la place intègre le monument en tant que pièce maîtresse.
 
Description
Le monument est composé d'une aiguille en forme d'obélisque posé sur un piédestal quadrangulaire, orné de quatre plaques de bronze en forme de trapèze, sur lesquelles on peut lire des inscriptions historiques . L'obélisque est en granit de Stanstead.

L'aiguille a 30 pieds de hauteur et pèse 17 tonnes. En dépit de masses imposantes, l'ensemble, de facture verticale, présente une apparence équilibrée.


Interprétation
Le monument sert à commémorer la fondation de la ville et à rendre hommage aux fondateurs et aux premiers colons arrivés en 1642. Les inscriptions de la face ouest présentent les grandes dates des débuts de la ville. Sur le côté est, on peut lire les intentions de la Société historique au moment de l'érection du monument daté du 18 mai 1893. On considère alors le 18 mai comme la date de fondation de la ville à cause du moment le plus probable de la première messe célébrée sur les lieux. (Aujourd'hui, nous considérons plutôt le 17 mai, date de l'arrivée des fondateurs, comme celle de l'anniversaire). Les inscriptions des côtés sud et nord présentent la liste des fondateurs, incluant les organisateurs et souscripteurs demeurés en France, et la liste des colons arrivés en 1642.

L'obélisque élevé à la mémoire des fondateurs de la ville constitue toujours un point de repère important, d'autant plus qu'il est mis en valeur dans un nouvel aménagement, entre deux importants musées, dans le périmètre désormais officiellement classé comme lieu de la fondation de Montréal.
  Pour plus d'information sur un personnage ou une société commémorée :
Augustin Hébert (en 1642), parmi les premiers colons
Françoise Gadois (Godé) (en 1642), parmi les premiers colons
Nicolas Godé (en 1642), parmi les premiers colons
Gilbert Barbier dit Le Minime et Le Nivernais (en 1642), un des premiers colons
Jérôme Le Royer de la Dauversière (en 1642), un des fondateurs
Jeanne Mance (en 1642), parmi les fondateurs et premiers colons
Paul de Chomedey de Maisonneuve (en 1642), un des fondateurs et premiers colons

Augustin Hébert en 1642
Parmi les premiers colons qui participent à la fondation de Ville-Marie en 1642, on retrouve des artisans mais aussi quelques soldats, dont Augustin Hébert. La défense du nouvel établissement nécessitera la participation de tous ses colons mais particulièrement des soldats. Quatre ans après la fondation de la ville, Hébert épouse Adrienne Duvivier. Il est parmi les premiers à recevoir une terre aux abords de la nouvelle ville en 1648. Cette terre s'étend sur 2 arpents à l'est de la rue Saint-Pierre et commence au nord de la rue Saint-Paul. Décédé en 1653, sa veuve se remarie à Robert Lecavelier dit Deslauriers, lequel se chargera d'élever les enfants mineurs. Décès : en 1653

Source: Vieux Montreal 
http://www.vieux.montreal.qc.ca


Translated from Drouin, Volume III:

Augustin Hebert is noteworthy for having been, with his wife, Adrienne DuVivier, among the companions of M. de Maisonneuve on that official day of 18 May 1642, when he disembarked on our shore and for assisting in the founding & first Mass of Ville-Marie of Montreal.

 

Paul de Chomedey de Maisonneuve was born in France in 1612. In 1641, a group of devout people gave him the mission to found a colony consecrated to the Holy Virgin in New France, and to call it Ville-Marie. The group that he commanded with Montréal on May 17, 1642. Maisonneuve was the Governor of the island until 1665, when he returned to France. He died in Paris in 1676. 

 

 

One of the most interesting points in Montreal, from an historical viewpoint, is the Place Royal. In the center, one can see a beautiful obelisk, erected by the "Historical Society of Montreal". There are inscriptions engraved on the face of this obelisk, which are of historic interest. On the side facing west are the names of the first colonists of Montreal. They include:
Jeanne Mance (established a hospital at Montreal)
Augustin Hebert
Adrienne DuVivier
Nicolas Gode (a joiner w/ a household of six)
Francoise Gadois
Louis D'Ailleboust (officer & trained military engineer)
Francoise Gode
Gilbert Barbier (carpenter)
Cesar Leger, etc...

Translated from: Memoires de la Societe Genealogique

Augustin Hebert had as a "dit" name "Jolycoeur". In documents he signed sometimes with one, sometimes the other, but it disappeared with him as his children did not use it. He was for a long time confused with Jean Hebert of Montreal who was killed by the Iroquois in 1651.

It is traditional to have Augustin Hebert coming from Caen, Normandy, but there is evidence that he came from Paris. In leaving from the port of La Rochelle in spring of 1647, he is listed as living in the city of Paris & his eldest daughter, Jeanne, was born at St-Barthelemy de Paris.

Although both spouses are listed as coming to Nouvelle France in 1641 with M. de Maisonneuve, there is no evidence to support this. Augustin Hebert returned to France in 1646 so he was established in Canada prior to that. There is no mention of Adrienne du Vivier in Canada before 1646. It is assumed that they were married in France in 1646 as their eldest daughter, Jeanne, was born there in 1647. The family sailed to Montreal during 1647. Hebert is said to have been the first colonist to enroll an "engage" (Rene Pigneau-carpenter for five years at 75 livres per year). His trades are mentioned as being master-mason, merchant, fur-trader & farmer.

Four children were born of the marriage. The first born in Canada, Pauline, had as godfather, M. de Maissonneuve, governor of Montreal & as godmother, Jeanne Mance, founder of the Hotel-Dieu in Montreal.

Augustin Hebert died about 1653. It is mentioned in the Journal des Jesuits that on 23 October 1653 news was brought of the death or capture or sinking of Jolycoeur and d'Aras of Montreal. He was not considered dead until the following June when M. de Maissoneuve asked that his inventory be taken .

According to Marcel Trudel's "Catalogue des Immigrants 1632-1662" Hebert arrived in 1637.

....Drouin Genealogical Institute

 

Marriage

On or about January 1, 1646, Augustin Hebert aged 23, the son of Guillaume and Marguerite Meunier Hebert, married Adriane Du Vivier aged 20, the daughter of Antione and Catherine Journet Vivier in Paris or La Rochelle, France. Two years later, in 1648, they both traveled to New France, where they eventually setted in the new colony of Montreal, Ile Of Montreal, Qc. One child accompanied them , Jeanne Marie, born before 1647. On Jan 16, 1649 Paul (Paula , Pauline) was born in Montreal and died the next day. Legar Hebert was born April 19, 1650 in Montreal and later on October 28, 1652, Ignace Hebert was born. There are several other children listed in the Family Group Record of FamilySearch of the LDS, however in Family Record of PRDH, there are only four children listed. Paul (Paula, Pauline) died at birth. Marie Madeleine Louise Hebert, born about 1650Notre Dame, Mantes, Paris, France and died 13 Dec 1716 in Laprairie, Quebec, Canada is listed in the Family Group Record of LDS but not in the Family Record of the PRDH.

 

Family Record of Augustin Hebert and Adrienne Vivier

PRDH - Programme de Recherche en Démographie Historique

 

Detail of early Montreal area, 1610-1791

In 1648 when they settled in Montreal, Augustin was 25 and Adrienne was 22. Augustin Hebert died September 19, 1653 at the age 30 years. We do know that on September 22,1653, two days after his death, 100 soldiers arrived from Quebec to defend the colony from the Iroquois. Chances are that Augustin died protecting his family and the colony from the Iroquois Indians. At the time of Augustin's death, Adrienne was 27 years old with three small children, ages 6, 3, and 1 years.

On November 19, 1654, Adrienne Du Vivier married Robert Lecavelier dit Deslauriers. According the PRDH, they had three children: Marie Madelene, Jean Baptiste, and Louis Michel.

 

Family Record of Robert Cavelier and Adrienne Vivier

They lived together until his death on July 25, 1699. Adrienne Vivier died on October 20, 1706 at the age of 86. She had seen the Colony of Montreal transformed into a large and busy city.

 

Death Record of Adrienne DeVivier, aged 86, 10/20/1706 PRDH - Programme de Recherche en Démographie Historique

 


Property

Augustin Hebert and Adrienne Vivier were early settlers to the Colony of Montreal. They were deeded a large parcel of land on the island. After Augustin died, Adrienne remarried and the deeds to parcels remained in her name. She deeded smaller parcels of land to her children and second husband's children. These transactions are recorded on the website: ADHÉMAR

 

Translated from Drouin, Volume III:

Translated from: Memoires de la Societe Genealogique

At 27 Adrienne du Vivier was widowed with three small children. After a year she remarried Robert Le Cavelier, a gunsmith from Cherbourg, Normandy. After the marriage Le Cavelier was granted all the goods & property of the deceased Augustin Hebert by the governor of Montreal. The reason for disinheriting the children was apparently fear of the Iroquois and the need to clear the land around the Fort. Landowners had to clear their land or risk losing it.

Seven more children were born to the couple & the land was quickly cleared according to later censuses. When Jeanne was married at age 13, M. de Maisonneuve, the governor, required Robert Le Cavelier to pay her the sum of 1000 livres. She was given two arpents of workable land worth 400 livres & in addition Le Cavelier promised to provide 600 livres of labor in constructing a dwelling & free lodging for Jeanne & her husband for two years.

Adrienne duVivier died at age 86 & was buried at Notre-Dame de Montreal.

....Drouin Genealogical Institute

Ville-Marie in 1685. Artist's conception by Francis Back for the book Pour le Christ et le Roy, la vie au temps des premiers Montréalais, 1992.

 

 

 

Plot Maps for Montreal, 1655

Map of Montreal in 1655. Notice that Adrienne Vivier is the only woman named on the property list.

 

Plot Maps for Montreal in 1685

Notice that the main parcel for Adrienne Vivier has been subdivided into numerous plots

Montreal in 1705

Montreal in 1705, just one year before Adrienne Vivier died at age 86, 10/20/1706

Montreal in 1805

 

List of Properties owned by Adrienne Vivier

List of the various parcels of property owned by Adrieen Vivier on the Island of Montreal
ADHÉMAR Bases de données du Groupe de recherche sur Montréal Propriété, bâti et population à Montréal, 1642-1805

 

 

 

Sources:

Drouin Genealogical Institute

2,366 microfilms of the Drouin Collection

The 2,366 microfilms of the Drouin Collection includes Vital Records (all religious denominations) from Quebec, from the origins until 1940/1942, for the whole set and to August 1968 for Hull and Gatineau, from a part of Ontario (until June 1968 for Ottawa), from Acadia and from the USA; the set also comprises microfilms from notaries and other documents.
Those microfilms are different compared to the set available at the LDS (Mormons) libraries.  The microfilms of LDS were taken in 1976, concern only the catholic records from beginnings to 1876 and can't be purchased.  The Drouin microfilms were taken in the 1940s (so that anything lost between 1940 and 1976 is on the Drouin copy but not on the LDS copy), and cover until the 1940s both catholic and non-catholic records.  Until 1993, the vital records of Quebec were maintained by churches and not by the province (all this changed in 1994) and the records are organized by religion, then by church.

http://drouininstitute.com/mfilms/

 

Family Group Record FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19
Download GEDCOM
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Husband's Name
Augustin Dit Jolicoeur HEBERT JOLICOEUR (AFN:9MTR-GR) Pedigree Born:  1623 Place:  St. Barthelemi, Seine, C-Mrt, Paris, France
Christened:  Place: 
Stbarthelemi, Paris, Iledefrance, France
Died: 
1653 Place:  Montreal, Montreal, Pq, Can
Buried: 
1653 Place:  Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Married: 
1646 Place:  Paris, Or, La Rochelle, FranceFather:  Guillaume HEBERT (AFN:N0GC-JD) Family
Mother: 
Marguerite MEUNIER (AFN:N0GC-KK)
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Wife's Name
Adriane DU VIVIER (AFN:9MTR-HX) Pedigree Born:  1626 Place:  Corbeny, Picardie, Aisne, France
Christened: 
1626 Place:  Corbeny, Picardie, Aisne, France
Died: 
20 Oct 1706 Place:  Montreal, , Quebec, Can
Buried: 
20 Oct 1706 Place:  Montreal, Montreal, Pq, Can
Married: 
1646 Place:  Paris, Or, La Rochelle, FranceFather:  Antoine DUVIVIER (AFN:9MTR-J4) Family
Mother: 
Catherine JOURNE (AFN:9MTR-K9)
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Children
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1.  Sex  Name
M
Ignace HEBERT (AFN:1X5R-Q99) Pedigree Born:  Abt 1644 Place:  , , Quebec
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2.  Sex  Name
F
Madeleine-Louise HEBERT JOLICOEUR (AFN:1VR6-M95) Pedigree Born:  Abt 1653 Place:  Paris, Fra?
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3.  Sex  Name
F
Madeleine Louise HERBERT (AFN:P2V1-7V) Pedigree Born:  1653 Place:  Montreal, Montreal, Quebec
Christened: 
1653 Place:  , Montreal, Ile Of Montreal, Qc
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4.  Sex  Name
F
Jeanne HEBERT (AFN:MDZX-TM) Pedigree Born:  1647 Place:  Of, Montreal, Quebec
Christened: 
1647 Place: 
Died: 
25 Mar 1687 Place:  Montreal, Ile-De-Montreal, Que
Buried: 
25 Mar 1687 Place:  Montreal, Montreal, Pq
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5.  Sex  Name
F
Marie Madeleine Louise HEBERT (AFN:8XXF-CR) Pedigree Born:  1650 Place:  Notre Dame, Mantes, Paris, France
Christened: 
1650 Place:  Mantes, Siene, Paris, France
Died: 
13 Dec 1716 Place:  Laprairie, Quebec, Canada
Buried:  Place: 
, , , Canada
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6.  Sex  Name
F
Pauline HEBERT (AFN:P2V0-RH) Pedigree Born:  15 Jan 1649 Place:  , Montreal, Ile Of Montreal, Qc
Christened: 
15 Jan 1649 Place:  , Montreal, Ile Of Montreal, Qc
Died: 
28 Jan 1649 Place:  , Montreal, Ile Of Montreal, Qc
Buried: 
28 Jan 1649 Place:  , Montreal, Ile Of Montreal, Qc
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7.  Sex  Name
M
Paul HERBERT (AFN:1S27-PBJ) Pedigree Born:  15 Jan 1649 Place:  Hochelaga, Montreal, Quebec
Died: 
28 Jan 1649 Place:  Hochelaga, Montreal, Quebec
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8.  Sex  Name
F
Paula HEBERT (AFN:N0GC-6N) Pedigree Born:  16 Jan 1649 Place:  Montreal, Ile-De-Montreal, Que
Died: 
28 Jan 1649 Place:  Montreal, Ile-De-Montreal, Que
Buried:  Place: 
, , Quebec
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9.  Sex  Name
M
Ignace HERBERT (AFN:1S27-PCQ) Pedigree Born:  28 Oct 1652 Place:  Montreal, Montreal
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10.  Sex  Name
M
Ignace Aka Deslauriers HEBERT (AFN:N0GC-DP) Pedigree Born:  28 Oct 1652 Place:  Montreal, Ile-De-Montreal, Que
Christened: 
28 Oct 1652 Place:  , Montreal, Ile Of Montreal, Qc
Died: 
25 Jul 1722 Place:  Varennes, Vercheres, Que
Buried: 
25 Jul 1722 Place:  Varennes, Vercheres, Quebec
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11.  Sex  Name
M
Leger Ditjolicoeur HEBERT (AFN:9MTQ-VP) Pedigree Born:  19 Apr 1650 Place:  Montreal, Montreal, Pq, Can
Christened: 
20 Apr 1650 Place:  Montreal, Montreal, Pq, Can
Died: 
28 Apr 1719 Place:  Stfrancoisdulac, Yamaska, Pq, Can
Buried: 
2 May 1719 Place:  St Francois, Du Lac, Yamaska, Pq

 

Marguerite HEBERT LENOIR's Great Great Grandfather (Father side of family):

* ID: I1499
* Name: Augustin HEBERT
* Given Name: Augustin
* Surname: Hebert
* Sex: M
* Birth: 1623 in St-Barthelemi, Seine, Paris, France
* Death: 1653 in Montréal, Ile-de-Montréal, Quebec, Nouvelle France

Marriage 1 Adrienne VIVIER b: Abt 1626 in Corbeny, Laon, Ile-de-France

* Married: Bef 1646
Children

1. Jeanne Marie HEBERT b: 1647 in St-Barthelemi, Paris, Ile-de-France, France
2. Leger HEBERT b: 19 Apr 1650 in Montréal, Québec
3. Ignace HEBERT b: 28 Oct 1652 in Montréal, Québec

 

Augustin Jolicoeur HEBERT
  Male    
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Event(s):
Birth: 1623   St Bartholemy, Paris, Seine, France
Christening: 
Death: 
Before 23 NOV 1653  Burial: 
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Parents:
  Father:  Guillaume HEBERT
  Mother:  Marguerite MEUNIER

 

Guillaume HEBERT (Augustin's Father)
  Male  
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Event(s):
Birth: 
Christening: 
Death: 
Burial: 
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Marriages:
  Spouse:  Marguerite MEUNIE

 

Marguerite Meunier (Augustin's Mother)
  Female  
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Event(s):
Birth: 1601   Paris, Seine, France
Christening: 
Death: 
   Of, , , France
Burial: 
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Marriages:
  Spouse:  Guillaume Hebert
  Marriage: About 1620   St-Barthelemi De, Paris, Seine, France

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Source: FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index, LDS

 

 

Marguerite HEBERT LENOIR's Great Great Grandmother (Father side of family):

* ID: I1500
* Name: Adrienne VIVIER
* Given Name: Adrienne
* Surname: Vivier
* Sex: F
* Birth: Abt 1626 in Corbeny, Laon, Ile-de-France 1
* Death: 20 Oct 1706 in Montréal, Québec 1

Father: Antoine VIVIER
Mother: Catherine JOURNET

Marriage 1 Augustin HEBERT b: 1623 in St-Barthelemi, Seine, Paris, France

* Married: Bef 1646
Children

1. Jeanne Marie HEBERT b: 1647 in St-Barthelemi, Paris, Ile-de-France, France
2. Leger HEBERT b: 19 Apr 1650 in Montréal, Québec
3. Ignace HEBERT b: 28 Oct 1652 in Montréal, Québec

Sources:

1. Abbrev: PRDH
Title: PRDH - Programme de Recherche en Démographie Historique
Author: Université de Montréal

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