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The Ancestors of Marie Catherine Ethier
The Ancestors of Marie Catherine Éthier, wife of Henri Paul Payfer

The Éthier, ancestors of Marie Catherine Éthier

  1. Léonard Éthier, pionneer et great-grand-father of Marie Catherine Éthier
  2. Léonard Éthier, pionneer, was born circa 1643 at Saint-Martial de Manot, in the Bishopric of Angoulême, in Angoumois. He was the son of Étienne Éthier and de Marguerite Sabelle who stayed in France. His brother François Éthier also became pionneer.

    Léonard married in Montréal on 22 September 1670 the pionneer et fille du Roy ("daughter of the King") Élisabeth Godillon, daughter of Nicolas Godillon and of Marie Boulet who remained in France. Were present: Gille Lauzon, churchwarden, Pierre Caillet, master tailor, Jean Coron et André Carrier. Father Gilles Pérot, parish priest, officiated.

    Élisabeth was born on 4 February 1649 in the parish of Saint-Nicolas, at Blois, in Orléanais.

    Léonard and Élisabeth had eight children who married:

    1. Élisabeth Isabelle Éthier, baptised on 2 February 1673 in Montréal, married in Lachenaie on 2 March 1688 with Louis Forget Dépatie and died in Lachenaie on 26 May 1743;
    2. François Éthier, baptized in Montréal on 23 October 1674, married in Varennes on 23 November 1701 with Marguerite Marie Milot Laval and buried on 13 November 1738 in Repentigny;
    3. Anne Marie Jeanne Éthier, baptized in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 15 mars 1676, married in Lachenaie on 17 April 1697 with Pierre Lalonge Gascon Bertrand and buried on 13 June 1713 in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus);
    4. André Éthier, baptized in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 6 March 1678, married in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus) on 24 April 1704 with Anne Perron Suire and buried in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus) on 1st November 1708;
    5. Marguerite Éthier, born in Repentigny on 24 December 1679, married in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus) on 23 February 1705 with Charles Labelle and buried in Sainte-Rose on 26 November 1756;
    6. René Éthier, born in Repentigny on 7 July 1682, married in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus) on 3 May 1706 with Marie Madeleine Régéas Laprade and died in Lanoraie on 10 August 1752;
    7. Ursule Éthier, born in Québec circa 1686 and married in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus) on 5 April 1712 with Joseph Brunet Belhumeur;
    8. Joseph Éthier, born in Lachenaie on 21 June 1688, married on 28 November 1713 in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus) with Marie Angélique Labelle and died in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus) on 27 August 1741.

  3. André Éthier, grand-father of Marie Catherine Éthier
  4. André Éthier was the son of Léonard Éthier and Élisabeth Godillon. He was baptized in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 6 March 1678. His parents were then living in Lachenaie. His god-father and god-mother, residents of Île Jésus, were André Cyr and Isabelle Charbonneau, daughter of Olivier Charbonneau and Marie Garnier. Father Séguénot officiated. He was buried in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus) on 1st November 1708. His occupation was given as "farmer of the seigneur of Lachenaie". Were presents: Pierre Drouillard and Jean Gariépy. Father Dechaumaux officiated.

    André married on 24 avril 1704 in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus) Anne Perron Suire, daughter of Daniel François Perron Suire and Louise Gargotine. The bride and groom were residents of Lachenaie. Were presents: Louis Forget Despatie, Jean Bourhis, Jean Rocheron and François Beauchamp. Father De la Bouteillerie, missionnary from the Québec seminary, officiated as if parish priest. For more on the family of Anne Perron Suire, press HERE.

    Anne was born in L'Ange-Gardien on 19 March 1676 and was baptized on the 22nd. Her god-father was Denis Guyon; her god-mother was Élisabeth Letarte, daughter of René Letarte and Louise Goulet. "THE CHILD'S CHRISTIAN NAME WAS FOUND IN THE MARGIN OF THE DOCUMENT." The one officiating did not sign. She died in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus) on 20 September 1735, having buried her second husband. She was buried the next day. Were presents: Charles Aubé and Pierre Beauchamp. Father Poulin, parish priest, officiated.

    André and Anne had three children who married:

    1. André Éthier, born in Québec circa 1705 and married in Lachenaie on 7 February 1735 with Marie Josephe Filion;
    2. Jean Baptiste Éthier, born in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus) on 27 June 1707 and married in Lachenaie on 21 Jannuary 1737 with Marie Anne Rochon Rocheron;
    3. Joseph Éthier, baptized in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus) on 7 February 1709 and married on 9 February 1733 in Rivière-des-Prairies with Marie Catherine Lauzon.

  5. Joseph Éthier, father of Marie Catherine Éthier
  6. Joseph Éthier, son of André Éthier and Anne Perron Suire, was baptized in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus) on 7 February 1709 by the parish priest Buisson de Saint-Côme. His god-father and god-mother were Joseph Éthier and Barbe Beauchamp. He died on 26 March 1777 and was buried in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds on 29 March. He had been captain in the militia.

    Joseph married in Rivière-des-Prairies on 9 February 1733 Marie Catherine Lauzon, daughter of Michel Lauzon and of Marie Anne Coitou Saint-Jean. The bride and groom could not sign their names. Were presents: Jean Gravelle, Joseph Éthier, uncle of the groom, and Jacques Desnoyers. Father Saladin, parish priest, was officiating. For more on the family of Marie Catherine Lauzon, press HERE.

    Marie Catherine was born on 13 January 1712 in Rivière-des-Prairies and was baptized on the same day. Her godfather was Paul Boulard; her god-mother, Marie Catherine Lacombe. Father Courtois officiated. She was buried in Sainte Geneviève de Pierrefonds on 18 October 1753. Were present: André et Jean Baune. Father Pertuis officiated.

    Joseph and Marie Catherine had ten children who married:

    1. Pierre Éthier, born on 15 November 1736 in Pointe-Claire and married in Pointe-Claire on 31 January 1757 with Marie Catherine De Villeray;
    2. Gabriel Éthier, born in Pointe-Claire on 10 July 1737 and married in Sault-au-Récollet on 7 November 1763 with Marie Catherine Hus Thomas Lustre Hust;
    3. Joseph Éthier, born on 12 December 1738 in Pointe-Claire and married in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds on 25 January 1762 with Marie Josephe Turpin Sandrille;
    4. Jean Baptiste Éthier, born on 29 January 1741 in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds and married in Lachenaie on 30 June 1761 with Marie Rosalie Dupras;
    5. Paul Éthier, born in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds on 9 March 1742 and married in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds on 23 February 1767 with Marie Anne Reine Brazeau;
    6. Marie Catherine Éthier, born in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds on 1st December 1743 and married in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds on 2 February 1761 with Henri Paul Payfer;
    7. André Éthier, born in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds on 13 April 1745 and married in Pointe-Claire on 25 January 1768 with Marie Josephe Amable Daoust Daut;
    8. Marie Louise Éthier, born in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds on 31 August 1747 and married on 10 November 1766 in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds with Toussaint D'Amour Poitevin;
    9. Marie Josephe Éthier, born in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds on 11 April 1749 and married in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds on 14 July 1766 with René Brazeau;
    10. Simon Éthier, born in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds on 26 August 1750 and married on 13 January 1772 in Saint-Eustache with Marie Charlotte Proulx.
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The Perron Suire, parents of Anne Perron Suire

  1. Daniel François Perron Suire, pionneer and father of Anne Perron Suire
  2. Daniel François Perron Suire, pionneer, was born on 25 November 1638. Illegitimate, he was baptized in the Calvinist Temple of Dompierre et Bourgneuf, in Aunis.

    Daniel François married in Château-Richer on 26 February 1664 the pionneer and fille du Roy Louise Gargotine, daughter of Jacques Gargotine and Françoise Pernard who remained in France. Were present: Pierre Biron, Jacques Delaroe and René Cossette Le Poitevin. Father Thomas Morel, parish priest, residing in the Côte de Beaupré, officiated.

    Louise was born circa 1637 in Lajarne, in the bishopric of de La Rochelle, in Aunis.

    Daniel François et Louise had five children who married:

    1. Antoine Perron Suire, born on 29 November 1664 in Château-Richer, married on 15 January 1691 in L'Ange-Gardien with Marie Jeanne Tremblay and died at the Hôtel-Dieu of Québec on 26 May 1711;
    2. Marie Perron Suire, born in Québec circa 1668, married in L'Ange-Gardien on 27 November 1691 with Louis Tremblay and was buried in Baie-Saint-Paul on 7 April 1706;
    3. Marie Madeleine Perron Suire, born in L'Ange-Gardien on 5 April 1670, married in L'Ange-Gardien on 17 October 1689 with Charles Godin and died in Neuville on 2 April 1736;
    4. Jean Perron Suire, born in L'Ange-Gardien on 10 October 1672, married in L'Ange-Gardien on 10 November 1698 with Anne Marie Jeanne Godin and died in Deschambault on 21 May 1745;
    5. Anne Perron Suire, born in L'Ange-Gardien on 19 March 1676, married on 4 October 1697 in l'Ange-Gardien with Joseph Gratton, remarried in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus) on 24 April 1704 with André Éthier and died in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus) on 20 September 1735.
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The Lauzon, ancestors of Marie Catherine Lauzon

  1. Gilles Lauzon, pionneer et grand-father of Marie Catherine Lauzon
  2. Gilles Lauzon, pionneer, was born circa 1630 in the parish of Saint-Julien, in Caen, bishopric of Bayeux, in Normandie. He was the son of Pierre Lauzon and Anne Boivin who remained in France.

    Gilles married in Montréal on 27 November 1656 the pionneer Marie Archambault, daughter of the pionneers Jacques Archambault and Françoise Toureau, then residing in Montréal. Were presents: Lambert Closse and Marin Janot. Father Claude Pijart officiated. For more on the fmily of Marie Archambault, pressez ICI.

    Marie was born circa 1638 in Lardillière at Dompierre-sur-mer, in the bishopric of La Rochelle, in Aunis. She was buried in Montréal on 8 August 1685. Were presents: Monsieur Gervaise, Pierre Gadois, gunsmith, Father Barthelémy. Father E. Guyotte, Parish priest, officiated.

    Gilles and Marie had thirteen childre, of whom eleven married:

    1. Michelle Lauzon, baptized in Montréal on 29 September 1657, married in Montréal on 13 October 1670 with Jean Coron and died in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 28 February 1683;
    2. Marguerite Lauzon, baptized in Montréal on 24 May 1659, married in Montréal on 23 November 1672 with Étienne Forestier Lafortune Fortier and died in Montréal on 13 November 1699;
    3. Françoise Lauzon, baptized in Montréal on 22 April 1662, married in Montréal on 20 November 1675 with François Boulard Cambray and died on 21 February 1744 in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus);
    4. Marie Lauzon, baptized on 3 November 1663, married in Montréal on 26 February 1680 with Charles Desmarais and buried in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 2 March 1695;
    5. Catherine Lauzon, baptized on 23 May 1666 in Montréal, married in Montréal on 10 February 1681 with Jean Baptiste Simon Sicard and buried in Rivière-des-Prairies le 23 mars 1735;
    6. Séraphin Lauzon, baptized in Montréal on 9 December 1668, married in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 27 November 1690 with Jeanne Desroches Desrochers and died in Montréal on 19 May 1737;
    7. Louise Lauzon, baptized in Montréal on 21 March 1671 and married in Montréal on 20 November 1686 with Jean Baptiste Quenneville;
    8. Michel Lauzon, baptized in Montréal on 19 February 1673, married in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 15 May 1702 with Marie Anne Coitou Saint-Jean and buried in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds on 8 November 1749;
    9. Paul Lauzon, baptized in Montréal on 23 October 1675, married in Montréal on 4 November 1697 with Marie Anne Quenneville and buried in Rivière-des-Prairies on 7 April 1735;
    10. Marie Madeleine Lauzon, baptized in Montréal on 15 November 1677 and married in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 1st February 1694 with Julien Choquette Champagne;
    11. Gilles Lauzon, baptized in Montréal on 29 February 1684, married in Rivière-des-Prairies on 25 November 1709 with Anne Marie Jeanne Groulx and buried on 2 January 1733 in Rivière-des-Prairies.

  3. Michel Lauzon, father of Marie Catherine Lauzon
  4. Michel Lauzon, son of Gilles Lauzon and Marie Archambault, was baptized in Montréal on 19 February 1673. His god-father was Michel Bouvier, mason; his god-mother, Michelle Lauzon, wife of Jean Coron, "habitant" (farmer). Father Gilles Pérot officiated. He died a widower in Pierrefonds where he was buried on 8 Novembre 1749; were present: Jean Baune and Joseph Bigras. Father Faucon, missionnary, officiated.

    Michel married in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 15 May 1702 Marie Anne Coitou Saint-Jean, daughter of Jean Coitou Saint-Jean and Marie Thérèse Petit. Were present: Jean Coitou, Jean Sicard, Pierre Coitou, Mathieu Coitou, Jacques Coitou, Gilles Lauzon and Marie Boulard. Father L. Chaigneau officiated. For more on the family of Marie Anne Coitou Saint-Jean, press HERE.

    Marie Anne was born in Contrecoeur on 12 February 1687 and was baptized on the 14. Her god-father and god-mother were Nicolas Favreau and Marie Anne Favreau. Father Sennemaud, parish priest of Contrecoeur, officiated. She was buried in Rivière-des-Prairies on 22 May 1726. Were present, Father Charles Delagoudalie, grand vicaire and parish priest of L'Enfant Jésus Parish of Pointe-aux-Trembles, Father Louis Delafaye, parish priest of Saint-François-de-la-Longue-Pointe Parish, Pierre Archambault senior, and André Corbeille senior. Father Julien officiated.

    Michel and Marie Anne had fourteen childre, of which eleven married:

    1. Michel Lauzon, born in Rivière-des-Prairies on 5 November 1704 and married in Pointe-Claire on 3 February 1729 with Marie Anne Barbary Grandmaison;
    2. Marie Anne Lauzon, born in Rivière-des-Prairies on 24 June 1706 and married in Rivière-des-Prairies on 12 November 1725 with Jean Baptiste Demers Dumais;
    3. Pierre Lauzon, baptized in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 4 December 1707 and married in Pointe-Claire on 12 October 1732 with Marie Jeanne Roy;
    4. François Marie Lauzon, born in Rivière-des-Prairies on 24 June 1709 and married in Rivière-des-Prairies on 17 January 1735 with Marie Françoise Lacombe;
    5. Marie Josephe Lauzon, born in Rivière-des-Prairies on 8 December 1710 and married in Rivière-des-Prairies on 22 January 1731 with Joseph Biroleau Lafleur;
    6. Marie Catherine Lauzon, born in Rivière-des-Prairies on 13 January 1712, married in Rivière-des-Prairies on 9 February 1733 with Joseph Éthier and buried in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds on 18 October 1753;
    7. Marie Anne Lauzon, baptized on 20 February 1713 in Rivière-des-Prairies and married on 21 January 1737 in Rivière-des-Praries with Joseph Marie Rouleau;
    8. Gabriel Lauzon, baptized in Rivière-des-Prairies on 27 March 1715 and married in Sault-au-Récollet on 15 February 1746 with Marie Lacombe;
    9. Marie Madeleine Lauzon, born on 14 décembre 1717 in Rivière-des-Prairies and married in Saint-François-de-Sales (Île Jésus) on 27 September 1744 with Jean Baptiste Phaneuf;
    10. Marie Geneviève Lauzon, born on 13 May 1719 in Rivière-des-Prairies and married on 8 February 1740 in Rivière-des-Prairies with Pierre Brazeau;
    11. Marie Raphaëlle Lauzon, born in Rivière-des-Prairies on 19 May 1726 and married in Sainte-Geneviève de Pierrefonds on 26 April 1745 with Charles Brunet.
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The Archambault, parents of Marie Archambault

  1. Jacques Archambault, pionneer and father of Marie Archambault
  2. Jacques Archambault, pionneer, was born circa 1604 in Lardillière at Dompierre-sur-mer, in the bishopric of La Rochelle, in Aunis. He was the son of Antoine Archambault and Renée Ouvrard who remained in France. He was buried in Montréal on 15 February 1688. Father Étienne Guyotte, parish priest, officiated.

    Jacques married in France on 24 January 1629 the future pionneer Françoise Toureau, daughter of François Toureau and Marthe Lenoir who remained in France.

    Françoise was born circa 1599 in Saint-Amand-de-boixe, in the diocese of Angoulême, in Angoumois. She was buried on 9 December 1663 in Montréal. The act was not signed.

    Jacques and Françoise had six children, all born in Lardillière at Dompierre-sur-mer, in the diocese of La Rochelle, in Aunis and so were all pionneers, among whom the last five married:

    1. Anne Archambault, pionneer, born circa 1632, married on 3 February 1654 in Montréal with Jean Gervais and died in Montréal on 29 July 1699;
    2. Jacquette Archambault, pionneer, born circa 1634, married in Québec on 28 September 1648 with Paul Chalifour and buried in Québec on 17 December 1700;
    3. Marie Archambault, pionneer, born on 24 February 1636, married in Québec on 28 September 1648 with Urbain Tessier Lavigne and buried in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 16 August 1719;
    4. Marie Archambault, pionneer, born circa 1638, married in Montréal on 27 November 1656 with Gilles Lauzon and buried in Montréal on 8 August 1685;
    5. Laurent Archambault, pionneer, born on 10 janvier 1642, married in Montréal on 7 January 1660 with Catherine Marchand and buried in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 19 April 1730.
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The Coitou Saint-Jean, parents of Marie Anne Coitou Saint-Jean

  1. Jean Coitou Saint-Jean, pionneer and father of Marie Anne Coitou Saint-Jean
  2. Jean Coitou Saint-Jean, pionneer, was the son of Pierre Coitou and Charlotte Courdaut, married in France on 10 August 1645 and buried in France. He was born on 27 August 1646 in the parish of Saint-Étienne-de-Montluc, in the diocese of Nantes, in Bretagne. He was an edge-tool maker. He died on 9 November 1726 and was buried the next day. Were present: Nicolas Sent, motary royal, Louis Vaudry, Jean Renaud, Jean Baptiste Dumay. Father Delagoudalie officiated.

    Jean married in Québec before 17 March 1678 the pionneer and fille du Roy Marie Thérèse Petit, daughter of Pierre Petit and Marie Marguerite Blondeau who stayed in France and widow of Christophe Laurent Champagne, pionneer et soldier in the Regiment de Carignan, which she had married in Québec on 29 October 1669.

    Marie Thérèse was born circa 1653 in the parish of Saint-Étienne-des-grès, in Paris. She was again a widow when she died in Contrecoeur on 24 May 1738 and was buried the next day. Were present: her son Mathieu Coitou and Mathurin Grégoire. Father Chardon officiated.

    Jean and Marie Thérèse had eleven children. Four died in early infancy and four married:

    1. Pierre Coitou Saint-Jean, born in Québec circa 1679, married in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 24 July 1713 with Marie Venne and buried in L'Assomption on 28 March 1743;
    2. Mathieu Coitou Saint-Jean, born in Contrecoeur on 15 June 1681, married in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 23 November 1705 with Marie Anne Lafleur and died in Contrecoeur on 13 January 1752;
    3. Marie Anne Coitou Saint-Jean, born in Contrecoeur on 12 February 1687, married in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 15 May 1702 with Michel Lauzon and buried in Rivière-des-Prairies on 22 May 1726;
    4. Jacques Coitou Saint-Jean, baptized in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 11 June 1690, married in Pointe-aux-Trembles on 24 January 1718 with Marie Catherine Bricault Lamarche and buried in L'Assomption on 11 December 1748.
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