Louviere Database - Person Page 72

Count Othon de Vermandois

M, #2474, b. circa 980, d. 1045

FatherCount Heribert III de Vermandois b. c 960, d. 1015
MotherErmengarde (?) b. c 950
Count Othon de Vermandois|b. c 980\nd. 1045|p72.htm#i2474|Count Heribert III de Vermandois|b. c 960\nd. 1015|p57.htm#i2006|Ermengarde (?)|b. c 950|p57.htm#i2007|Count Albert de Vermandois|b. 943\nd. 987|p79.htm#i2734|Gerberga de France|b. c 950|p79.htm#i2735|||||||

GENE CODE* Count Othon de Vermandois was gene code 2148407116. 
Birth*circa 980 He was born circa 980 at France. 
 He was the son of Count Heribert III de Vermandois and Ermengarde (?)
Marriage*before 1019 Count Othon de Vermandois married Pavie (?) before 1019 at France; see child's birth. 
Death*1045 Count Othon de Vermandois died in 1045 at France.1 

Family

Pavie (?) b. c 1000
Child

Citations

  1. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325.

Pavie (?)

F, #2475, b. circa 1000

Death* Pavie (?) died at France. 
GENE CODE* She was gene code 2148407117. 
Birth*circa 1000 She was born circa 1000. 
Marriage*before 1019 She married Count Othon de Vermandois, son of Count Heribert III de Vermandois and Ermengarde (?), before 1019 at France; see child's birth. 

Family

Count Othon de Vermandois b. c 980, d. 1045
Child

Count Raoul III Valois

M, #2476, b. circa 1000, d. 1074

GENE CODE* Count Raoul III Valois was gene code 2148407118. 
Birth*circa 1000 He was born circa 1000 at France. 
Death*1074 He died in 1074 at France.1 

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325.

Duke Heribert I de Vermandois

M, #2478, b. 855, d. 902

FatherSeigneur Pepin II Peronne1 b. 817, d. 840
Duke Heribert I de Vermandois|b. 855\nd. 902|p72.htm#i2478|Seigneur Pepin II Peronne|b. 817\nd. 840|p72.htm#i2480||||King Bernhard Italy|b. 799\nd. 17 Aug 818|p72.htm#i2484|Cunegonde (?)|b. c 793|p107.htm#i3803|||||||

GENE CODE* Duke Heribert I de Vermandois was gene code 4296811524. 
Birth*855 He was born in 855 at France; see marriage date. 
 He was the son of Seigneur Pepin II Peronne.1 
Marriage*before 875 Duke Heribert I de Vermandois married Richilde le Fort, daughter of Count Robert le Fort and Alpaida (?), before 875; see child's birth.2 
Marriage*before 875 Duke Heribert I de Vermandois married Files le Fort, daughter of Count Robert le Fort and Alpaida (?), before 875 at France; see child's birth. 
Death*902 Duke Heribert I de Vermandois died in 902; killed.2,1 

Family 1

Files le Fort b. c 855

Family 2

Richilde le Fort b. c 860
Children

Family 3

Berthe de Morvois b. 870
Child

Citations

  1. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p183.
  2. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325, p755.
  3. [S58] GEDCOM File C:TMGWROY_____.T.

Richilde le Fort

F, #2479, b. circa 860

FatherCount Robert le Fort b. b 830, d. 15 Sep 866
MotherAlpaida (?) b. 820
Richilde le Fort|b. c 860|p72.htm#i2479|Count Robert le Fort|b. b 830\nd. 15 Sep 866|p72.htm#i2482|Alpaida (?)|b. 820|p72.htm#i2483|Count Theotbert Austrasie|b. c 780\nd. 830|p72.htm#i2486||||Emperor Louis I. The Debonaire|b. Aug 778\nd. 20 Jun 840|p72.htm#i2488||||

GENE CODE* Richilde le Fort was gene code 4296811525. 
Death* She died at France; s. 
Birth*circa 860 She was born circa 860 at France; a. 
 She was the daughter of Count Robert le Fort and Alpaida (?)
Note*865 Richilde le Fort and King Robert I Burgundy siblings in 865. 
Marriage*before 875 Richilde le Fort married Duke Heribert I de Vermandois, son of Seigneur Pepin II Peronne, before 875; see child's birth.1 

Family

Duke Heribert I de Vermandois b. 855, d. 902
Children

Citations

  1. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325, p755.

Seigneur Pepin II Peronne

M, #2480, b. 817, d. 840

FatherKing Bernhard Italy1 b. 799, d. 17 Aug 818
MotherCunegonde (?) b. c 793
Seigneur Pepin II Peronne|b. 817\nd. 840|p72.htm#i2480|King Bernhard Italy|b. 799\nd. 17 Aug 818|p72.htm#i2484|Cunegonde (?)|b. c 793|p107.htm#i3803|King Pepin le Bossu|b. Apr 776\nd. 8 Jul 810|p79.htm#i2730|Bertha d. Toulouse|b. c 770|p107.htm#i3789|||||||

GENE CODE* Seigneur Pepin II Peronne was gene code 8593623048. 
Birth*817 He was born in 817 at Italy.2 
 He was the son of King Bernhard Italy and Cunegonde (?).1 
Occupation*840 Seigneur Pepin II Peronne was a lay abbot in 840. 
Death*840 He died in 840 at France.3 

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p183.
  2. [S58] GEDCOM File C:TMGWROY_____.T.
  3. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325.

Clemence Larive

F, #2481, b. 28 June 1873

FatherClement Larine b. 3 Nov 1844
MotherPelagie Audalie Louviere b. 9 Sep 1848
Clemence Larive|b. 28 Jun 1873|p72.htm#i2481|Clement Larine|b. 3 Nov 1844|p132.htm#i4572|Pelagie Audalie Louviere|b. 9 Sep 1848|p92.htm#i3212|Joseph Larive|b. c 1815|p79.htm#i2755|Lodiska L. Louviere|b. 1 Dec 1813\nd. 8 Oct 1874|p21.htm#i829|Moise Louviere|b. 1 Apr 1815\nd. 19 Feb 1895|p21.htm#i830|Gertrude Hebert|b. 22 Feb 1821\nd. 12 Sep 1900|p79.htm#i2759|

Note* Clemence Larive (Savoie). 
Jesnair B* She was jesnair b JJB.51. 
Birth*28 June 1873 She was born on 28 June 1873 at Patoutville; LARINE, Clemence (Clement & Odalie LOUVIERE) b. 28 June 1873 (Lydia Ch.: v. 1, p. 73).1 
 She was the daughter of Clement Larine and Pelagie Audalie Louviere
Marriage*1887 Clemence Larive married an unknown person in 1887 at New Iberia Courthouse, New Iberia. 
Marriage*5 September 1887 She married Voreste Jean Louviere, son of Sylvestre Louviere and Marie Virginie Bonin, on 5 September 1887 at Lydia Ch & NI Ct Hse, Lydia; LOUVIERE, Voorhies m. 5 Sept. 1887 Clemence LARIVE (NI Ct. Hse.: Mar. #2489)

LOUVIERE, Voorhies (d. Sylver & d. Virginie BONIN) m. 5 Sept. 1887 Clemence LARIVE (Lydia Ch.: v. 2, p. 19)

L160     VOORHIES     LOUVIERE     MARRIED     MARRIAGE DB     09/05/1887     IBERIA PARISH, LOUISIANA     CLEMENCE LARIVE.2,3,1          
 
Census*1900 Clemence Larive and Voreste Jean Louviere appeared on the census of 1900 at ward 1, Acadia Parish.4 
Residence*1929 Clemence Larive and Voreste Jean Louviere lived in 1929 at Jennings, LA.5 

Family

Voreste Jean Louviere b. 13 Sep 1868, d. a 1936
Marriage*5 September 1887 Clemence Larive married Voreste Jean Louviere, son of Sylvestre Louviere and Marie Virginie Bonin, on 5 September 1887 at Lydia Ch & NI Ct Hse, Lydia; LOUVIERE, Voorhies m. 5 Sept. 1887 Clemence LARIVE (NI Ct. Hse.: Mar. #2489)

LOUVIERE, Voorhies (d. Sylver & d. Virginie BONIN) m. 5 Sept. 1887 Clemence LARIVE (Lydia Ch.: v. 2, p. 19)

L160     VOORHIES     LOUVIERE     MARRIED     MARRIAGE DB     09/05/1887     IBERIA PARISH, LOUISIANA     CLEMENCE LARIVE.2,3,1          
 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd 101.
  2. [S5] New Iberia Courthouse.
  3. [S30] Lydia Church.
  4. [S56] US Census, 1900 soundex L-160.
  5. [S102] Jefferson Davis Parish, F-182.
  6. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, rayne ch v6 p45.

Count Robert le Fort

M, #2482, b. before 830, d. 15 September 866

FatherCount Theotbert Austrasie b. c 780, d. 830
Count Robert le Fort|b. b 830\nd. 15 Sep 866|p72.htm#i2482|Count Theotbert Austrasie|b. c 780\nd. 830|p72.htm#i2486||||Nivelon I. Austrasie|b. c 740\nd. 805|p79.htm#i2752|Theoderata (?)|b. 720|p394.htm#i14415|||||||

GENE CODE* Count Robert le Fort was gene code 8593623050. 
Birth*before 830 He was born before 830 at France; [see child's birth] see father's death. 
 He was the son of Count Theotbert Austrasie
Marriage*before 840 Count Robert le Fort married Alpaida (?), daughter of Emperor Louis I The Debonaire, before 840; see child's birth. 
Death*15 September 866 Count Robert le Fort died on 15 September 866 at Brissarthe, France; [between Le Mans & Angers] killed in battle against the Normans.1,2 

Family

Alpaida (?) b. 820
Children

Citations

  1. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325.
  2. [S60] Unknown author, Encyclopedia Britannica, 15 sep.

Alpaida (?)

F, #2483, b. 820

FatherEmperor Louis I The Debonaire1 b. Aug 778, d. 20 Jun 840
Alpaida (?)|b. 820|p72.htm#i2483|Emperor Louis I The Debonaire|b. Aug 778\nd. 20 Jun 840|p72.htm#i2488||||Emperor Charlemagne The Great|b. 2 Apr 742\nd. 28 Jan 814|p72.htm#i2502|Hildegarde o. Saubia|b. 758\nd. 30 Apr 782|p107.htm#i3791|||||||

GENE CODE* Alpaida (?) was gene code 8593623051. 
Death* She died at France; s. 
Birth*820 She was born in 820 at Alsace.2 
 She was the daughter of Emperor Louis I The Debonaire.1 
Marriage*before 840 Alpaida (?) married Count Robert le Fort, son of Count Theotbert Austrasie, before 840; see child's birth. 

Family

Count Robert le Fort b. b 830, d. 15 Sep 866
Children

Citations

  1. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325.
  2. [S58] GEDCOM File C:TMGWROY_____.T.

King Bernhard Italy

M, #2484, b. 799, d. 17 August 818

FatherKing Pepin le Bossu1 b. Apr 776, d. 8 Jul 810
MotherBertha de Toulouse b. c 770
King Bernhard Italy|b. 799\nd. 17 Aug 818|p72.htm#i2484|King Pepin le Bossu|b. Apr 776\nd. 8 Jul 810|p79.htm#i2730|Bertha de Toulouse|b. c 770|p107.htm#i3789|Emperor Charlemagne The Great|b. 2 Apr 742\nd. 28 Jan 814|p72.htm#i2502|Hildegarde o. Saubia|b. 758\nd. 30 Apr 782|p107.htm#i3791|Count William Toulouse|b. c 750|p107.htm#i3786||||

GENE CODE* King Bernhard Italy was gene code 17187246096. 
Birth*799 He was born in 799 at Italy.2,3 
 He was the son of King Pepin le Bossu and Bertha de Toulouse.1 
Death*17 August 818 King Bernhard Italy died on 17 August 818 at St.Amrosius, Milan, Italy; deposed by his uncle Louis, blinded & put to death.2,4,5 

Family

Cunegonde (?) b. c 793
Child

Citations

  1. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p182.
  2. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325.
  3. [S58] GEDCOM File C:TMGWROY_____.T, 797.
  4. [S58] GEDCOM File C:TMGWROY_____.T.
  5. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta.
  6. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p183.

Anatole Landry

M, #2485, b. 15 August 1850

FatherMagloire Benoit Landry b. 11 Jul 1804, d. 4 Dec 1858
MotherJustine Babin b. 25 Sep 1808
Anatole Landry|b. 15 Aug 1850|p72.htm#i2485|Magloire Benoit Landry|b. 11 Jul 1804\nd. 4 Dec 1858|p256.htm#i8859|Justine Babin|b. 25 Sep 1808|p256.htm#i8860|Jean S. Landry|b. 26 Aug 1767|p660.htm#i25560|Victoria C. Landry|b. 2 Nov 1774|p660.htm#i25561|Louis Babin|b. c 1786|p588.htm#i22798|Marie C. Dugas|b. c 1786|p588.htm#i22797|

Note* Anatole Landry s of Magloire Landry & Justine Babin. 
Birth*15 August 1850 He was born on 15 August 1850 at Lydia; xi. Euzebe Anatole Landry was born 15 AUG 1850. He married Alzire
Louviere,
daughter of Sylver Louviere.1
 
 He was the son of Magloire Benoit Landry and Justine Babin
Marriage*12 June 1875 Anatole Landry married Alzire Genevieve Louviere, daughter of Sylvestre Louviere and Marcelite Marie DeRouen, on 12 June 1875 at Patoutville; LOUVIERE, Alzire (Sylvere) m. 12 June 1875 Anatole LANDRY (Lydia Ch.: v. 1, p. 130)

LANDRY, Anatole (Magloire & Justine BABIN) m. 12 June 1875 Alzire LOUVIERE (Lydia Ch.: v. 1, p. 13

LOUVIERE, Alzire (Sylvere) m. 12 June 1875 Anatole LANDRY (Lydia Ch.: v. 1, p. 130).2 

Family

Alzire Genevieve Louviere b. 2 Jan 1835

Citations

  1. [S15] Speculation.
  2. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd101.

Count Theotbert Austrasie

M, #2486, b. circa 780, d. 830

FatherNivelon I Austrasie b. c 740, d. 805
MotherTheoderata (?)1 b. 720
Count Theotbert Austrasie|b. c 780\nd. 830|p72.htm#i2486|Nivelon I Austrasie|b. c 740\nd. 805|p79.htm#i2752|Theoderata (?)|b. 720|p394.htm#i14415|Childebrad I. Austrasie|b. c 692\nd. 753|p79.htm#i2754||||||||||

GEDCOM* Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: PFAM.1 
GENE CODE* Count Theotbert Austrasie was gene code 17187246100. 
Birth*circa 780 He was born circa 780 at France. 
 He was the son of Nivelon I Austrasie and Theoderata (?).1 
Death*830 Count Theotbert Austrasie died in 830 at France.2 

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S58] GEDCOM File C:TMGWROY_____.T.
  2. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325, p 713.

Dorothy Marie Gunn1

F, #2487, b. 20 March 1927, d. 17 December 1987

MotherMary Ethyl Young b. 16 Oct 1895, d. 22 Dec 1988
Dorothy Marie Gunn|b. 20 Mar 1927\nd. 17 Dec 1987|p72.htm#i2487||||Mary Ethyl Young|b. 16 Oct 1895\nd. 22 Dec 1988|p183.htm#i6423|||||||||||||

Education* Dorothy Marie Gunn was educated; BBA U of Texas at Austin. 
Birth*20 March 1927 She was born on 20 March 1927 at Port Arthur, TX; DORTHY LOUVIER 20 Mar 1927 Dec 1987 (not specified) 77640 (Port Arthur, Jefferson, TX) 463-36-5049 Texas.2 
 She was the daughter of Mary Ethyl Young
Address*1947  As of 1947, Dorothy Marie Gunn lived at 3148 7th Street, Port Arthur, TX.3 
Marriage*7 June 1947 She married Marvin Valerie Louviere, son of Alexandre Louviere and Faye Coburn, on 7 June 1947 at Port Arthur, Jefferson County, TX; he was 23, she was 20.1 
Death*17 December 1987 Dorothy Marie Gunn died on 17 December 1987 at Port Arthur, TX, at age 60; Louvier, Dorothy Marie Gunn 17-Dec-1987 F

DORTHY LOUVIER 20 Mar 1927 Dec 1987 (not specified) 77640 (Port Arthur, Jefferson, TX) 463-36-5049 Texas.2,4 

Family

Marvin Valerie Louviere b. 9 Mar 1924, d. 11 Oct 2001

Citations

  1. [S97] Jefferson County Ct Hse, #46978 60-65.
  2. [S66] Social Security Admin.
  3. [S97] Jefferson County Ct Hse, 46978.
  4. [S97] Jefferson County Ct Hse, b.

Emperor Louis I The Debonaire

M, #2488, b. August 778, d. 20 June 840

FatherEmperor Charlemagne The Great1 b. 2 Apr 742, d. 28 Jan 814
MotherHildegarde of Saubia2 b. 758, d. 30 Apr 782
Emperor Louis I The Debonaire|b. Aug 778\nd. 20 Jun 840|p72.htm#i2488|Emperor Charlemagne The Great|b. 2 Apr 742\nd. 28 Jan 814|p72.htm#i2502|Hildegarde of Saubia|b. 758\nd. 30 Apr 782|p107.htm#i3791|King Pepin I. The Short|b. 714\nd. 24 Sep 768|p72.htm#i2504|Bertha de Leon|b. c 722\nd. 12 Jul 783|p72.htm#i2505|Gerold, d. v. Swabia|b. 720|p305.htm#i10536||||

GENE CODE* Emperor Louis I The Debonaire was gene code 17187246102. 
Birth*August 778 He was born in August 778 at Casseneuil, Germany.3,4 
 He was the son of Emperor Charlemagne The Great and Hildegarde of Saubia.1,2 
Marriage*before 795 Emperor Louis I The Debonaire married Hermingarde d' Hesbaye, daughter of Count Ingerman d' Hesbaye, before 795; m.1 [see child's birth].5 
Death*20 June 840 Emperor Louis I The Debonaire died on 20 June 840 at Mainz, Germany, at age 61.3,6,7 

Family 1

Hermingarde d' Hesbaye b. 780, d. 3 Oct 818
Children

Family 2

Judith d'Altorf von Bavaria b. 800, d. 19 Apr 843
Children

Family 3

Child

Citations

  1. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p210.
  2. [S58] GEDCOM File C:TMGWROY_____.T.
  3. [S38] Unknown author, Kingdoms of Europe-Gene Gurney, p262.
  4. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p188.
  5. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p167.
  6. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325.
  7. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p188 at Ingelheim.
  8. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p184.
  9. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p210 & 188.

Rene D'Amours

M, #2491, b. 9 August 1660, d. 7 April 1706

FatherMathieu d'Amours b. 1618, d. 8 Oct 1695
MotherMarie Marsolet b. 22 Feb 1638, d. 24 Nov 1711
Rene D'Amours|b. 9 Aug 1660\nd. 7 Apr 1706|p72.htm#i2491|Mathieu d'Amours|b. 1618\nd. 8 Oct 1695|p27.htm#i1024|Marie Marsolet|b. 22 Feb 1638\nd. 24 Nov 1711|p27.htm#i1025|Louis d'Amours|b. c 1570\nd. 8 Aug 1640|p58.htm#i2048|Elizabeth Tessier|b. c 1580\nd. c 1641|p58.htm#i2049|Nicolas Marsolet|b. c 1601\nd. 15 May 1677|p58.htm#i2050|Marie Le Barbier|b. 1619\nd. 20 Feb 1688|p58.htm#i2051|

Note* Rene D'Amours second generation at River St. Jean.1 
Occupation* He was storekeeper.2 
Birth*9 August 1660 He was born on 9 August 1660 at Quebec City.3 
 He was the son of Mathieu d'Amours and Marie Marsolet
Census*1686 Rene D'Amours appeared on the census of 1686 at River St. John; Rene DAMOURS de Clignancourt.
Rene is listed without wife; was this census taken before Rene married, and after his two older brothers married?4
 
Marriage*13 October 1689 He married Charlotte Francoise Le Gardeur, daughter of Charles LeGardeur and Genevieve Juchereau (?), on 13 October 1689 at Quebec City.1,3 
Census*3 November 1695 Rene D'Amours and Charlotte Francoise Le Gardeur appeared on the census of 3 November 1695 at River St. Jean; The land of Medoclec in which the Sr. de Clignancour [2491] is seigneur:
2491 -
Le Sr. de Clignancour, 1 house, 15 arpents of cultivated land.

The land of Naxouat in which the Sr. de Dechofour [2467] is seigneur where the fort
commanded by Mr. de Villebon is located:

Le Sr. Dechofour [2467] has one house, 30 arpent of cultivated land, a mill has been
started by the Sr. Dechofort and the Sr. de Freneuse [2468].

The land of Naxouat in which the Sr. de Dechofour [2467] is seigneur where the fort
commanded by Mr. de Villebon is located:

Le Sr. Dechofour [2467] has one house, 30 arpent of cultivated land, a mill has been
started by the Sr. Dechofort and the Sr. de Freneuse [2468].

Le Sr. de Clignancour [2491] resides on this land where he has: his wife, 2 small children,
2 servants l~r3 than 50 years of age, one house and a barn, 3 cattle, 12 hljgs, 60 chickens, 3
rifles and an espee. Harvest: 80 minots of corn. 16 minots of peas, 13 minots of beans.4
 
Death*7 April 1706 Rene D'Amours died on 7 April 1706 at St. Francois, Isle Jesus, at age 45. 

Family

Charlotte Francoise Le Gardeur b. 8 Oct 1670, d. 7 Apr 1706
Marriage*13 October 1689 He married Charlotte Francoise Le Gardeur, daughter of Charles LeGardeur and Genevieve Juchereau (?), on 13 October 1689 at Quebec City.1,3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S55] Bona Arsenault, Riviere St. Jean book.
  2. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 462.
  3. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 453.
  4. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes.

Mayor Charles Martel

M, #2492, b. 689, d. 22 October 741

FatherMayor Pepin II Heristal1 b. c 635, d. 16 Dec 714
MotherAlpaida Saxony b. c 650
Mayor Charles Martel|b. 689\nd. 22 Oct 741|p72.htm#i2492|Mayor Pepin II Heristal|b. c 635\nd. 16 Dec 714|p79.htm#i2756|Alpaida Saxony|b. c 650|p79.htm#i2757|Mayor Pepin I. The Elder|b. c 610\nd. 698|p80.htm#i2760|Begga o. Brabant|b. c 615\nd. 694|p80.htm#i2761|||||||

GENE CODE* Mayor Charles Martel was gene code 137497968720. 
Birth*689 He was born in 689.2,3 
 He was the son of Mayor Pepin II Heristal and Alpaida Saxony.1 
Note*692 Mayor Charles Martel and Childebrad I Austrasie brothers in 692. 
Marriage*before 713 Mayor Charles Martel married Rotrude de Treves, daughter of St.Lievin,Bishop de Treves, before 713; see son's birth [m.1].4 
Milit-Beg*732 Mayor Charles Martel began military service in 732 at Tours in this decisive battle, he utterly routed the Arabs who had conquered Spain and the south of France.4 
Death*22 October 741 He died on 22 October 741 at Ciersy.2,5,6,7 

Family

Rotrude de Treves b. 693, d. 724
Marriage*before 713 He married Rotrude de Treves, daughter of St.Lievin,Bishop de Treves, before 713; see son's birth [m.1].4 
Child

Citations

  1. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p165.
  2. [S38] Unknown author, Kingdoms of Europe-Gene Gurney.
  3. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325, born 690.
  4. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p166.
  5. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325.
  6. [S58] GEDCOM File C:TMGWROY_____.T.
  7. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, 741 [p166].

Rotrude de Treves1

F, #2493, b. 693, d. 724

FatherSt.Lievin,Bishop de Treves1 b. 680
Rotrude de Treves|b. 693\nd. 724|p72.htm#i2493|St.Lievin,Bishop de Treves|b. 680|p297.htm#i10283||||Warinus, C. (?)|b. 660|p297.htm#i10284|Kunza (?)|b. 660|p297.htm#i10285|||||||

GENE CODE* Rotrude de Treves was gene code 137497968817. 
Birth*693 She was born in 693 at Treves; see child's birth.1 
 She was the daughter of St.Lievin,Bishop de Treves.1 
Marriage*before 713 Rotrude de Treves married Mayor Charles Martel, son of Mayor Pepin II Heristal and Alpaida Saxony, before 713; see son's birth [m.1].2 
Death*724 Rotrude de Treves died in 724.3 

Family

Mayor Charles Martel b. 689, d. 22 Oct 741
Child

Citations

  1. [S58] GEDCOM File C:TMGWROY_____.T.
  2. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p166.
  3. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325.

Marguerite Guyon

F, #2494, b. 7 September 1665, d. before 17 January 1708

FatherSimon Guyon b. 2 Sep 1621, d. 8 Feb 1682
MotherLouise Racine b. 2 Sep 1641, d. 5 Jan 1675
Marguerite Guyon|b. 7 Sep 1665\nd. b 17 Jan 1708|p72.htm#i2494|Simon Guyon|b. 2 Sep 1621\nd. 8 Feb 1682|p183.htm#i6430|Louise Racine|b. 2 Sep 1641\nd. 5 Jan 1675|p183.htm#i6431|||||||||||||

Birth*7 September 1665 Marguerite Guyon was born on 7 September 1665 at Chateau Richer.1 
 She was the daughter of Simon Guyon and Louise Racine
Census*1686 Marguerite Guyon and Louis D'Amours appeared on the census of 1686 at River St. John; Le Sr. DAMOURS D'echofouc 32, Marguerite GUION his wife.2
 
Marriage*1 October 1686 Marguerite Guyon married Louis D'Amours, son of Mathieu d'Amours and Marie Marsolet, on 1 October 1686 at Quebec; he was 32 yrs, she was 22.3,4 
Death*before 17 January 1708 Marguerite Guyon died before 17 January 1708.5 

Family

Louis D'Amours b. 16 May 1655, d. 8 May 1708
Children

Citations

  1. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 456.
  2. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes.
  3. [S55] Bona Arsenault, Riviere St. Jean book.
  4. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 453.
  5. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 787.

Louise Guyon

F, #2495, b. 30 April 1668

FatherSimon Guyon b. 2 Sep 1621, d. 8 Feb 1682
MotherLouise Racine b. 2 Sep 1641, d. 5 Jan 1675
Louise Guyon|b. 30 Apr 1668|p72.htm#i2495|Simon Guyon|b. 2 Sep 1621\nd. 8 Feb 1682|p183.htm#i6430|Louise Racine|b. 2 Sep 1641\nd. 5 Jan 1675|p183.htm#i6431|||||||||||||

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Louise Guyon
(1668-?).

Louise Guyon was born on Ile Orléans. Parentless at a young age, Louise married at the age of 16 to a Charles Thibault, by whom she had a son, Joseph. By 17 Louise was a widow and by 18 she married again, on 1st October, 1686, to Mathieu Damours de Freneuse (1657-1696) who was from a very influential family in Quebec.1 Her older sister, Marguerite, married Mathieu's brother, Louis, in a joint marriage ceremony.2 The Damours family owned seigneuries in Acadia, one of which was located along the St John River between Jemseg and Nashwaak.3 Mathieu and Louise moved in 1686 (Louis and Marguerite likely came down from Quebec at the same time) and it is here it is reported that "he developed the best cultivated seigneury on the river [about 30 acres under cultivation] and with the help of his brother Louis built a lumber mill." For ten years Mathieu and Louise worked together and five children were born to them. In 1696, New England raiders appeared along the shores of the St John, intent to avenge for the atrocities that had been committed along the New England and New French borders. In a concerted effort, the French homesteaders beat off the New Englanders; however, buildings were burnt, livestock killed, and crops destroyed. Mathieu and Louise were not spared; they lost all that they had built up, and worse for Louise and the children, Mathieu Damours "fell ill from exposure suffered during the attack and died soon afterwards." Louise struggled along for another few years, apparently with Marguerite and Louis by her side. In 1701, the governor of Acadia, Brouillan, decided to tear down the fort at St John with a view to concentrating the fortification efforts at Port Royal; this, together with a spring flood, drove Louise, her sister and her sister's husband to move down the river and across the bay to come to the newly rebuilt centre of Acadia, Port Royal.4

The governor at Port Royal, Brouillan "and the officers welcomed warmly this young widow of 34 years of age, mother of five children, and took into the garrison her three youngest sons." Louise Damours was to join the military and for a period of time was held as a captive at Boston.

There is evidence that Louise was soon to be on "intimate terms" with both the governor and his second in command, Bonaventure. Eventually, Bonaventure, a 43 year old naval officer (no matter that he had a wife presumably back at Trois-Rivières) "extended the courtesy ... of sheltering her in his home until she acquired a house not far from the fort. ... a child was born the following year, who was baptized and entered into the church records as Antoine on November 6th, 1703. This turned out to be such a scandal that Bonaventure missed out on an appointment which might have otherwise been his, but as it was Subercase was appointed the new governor at Port Royal in 1706. Though Louise had temporally left Port Royal for France (presumably Bonaventure had arranged for this to increase his odds), she returned to be with Bonaventure after Subercase was appointed -- nothing to be lost, it was presumed. She was sent away from the fort up the river Dauphin (Annapolis River) to occupy a little farm there. Bonaventure's wife, Jeanne Jannière, in 1707, after having put the matter off long enough, finally came to Port Royal to be with her husband. But the presence of a wife did not deter Simon-Pierre; he continued to meet his lover, Louise Guyon. This on going affair was apparently an open secret and the governor, to stop the tongues from wagging at the thinly populated garrison and town -- a place where "gossip and scandal ran riot and social jealousies abounded" -- gave Bonaventure an ultimatum: he was to either send Mme. Guyon away, or be cashier and deprived of his post. Bonaventure gave in; the lovers said their goodbyes; Louise left for Quebec in the summer of 1708; and this was the last they were to see of one another. Of course, as events unfolded, Port Royal, was captured by the British in 1710 and Bonaventure was transported to France in 1711 and died there that same year.


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After a stay in Quebec of a couple of years, during which time she was "received in high social circles," Louise Guyon returned to Port Royal, a place which was now under a British flag. The story has it that she traveled overland -- so to visit her friends on the St John River -- and "came from the other side of the Bay of Fundy in a Birch Canoo, with only an Indian and a young Lad, her son -- in the Coldest part of the winter."5 Well, presumably, the British officers were just as pleased to see Louise Guyon as the French officers were when she landed at that place ten years earlier, back in 1702; as Mascarene says, "received Very Kindly by Sir Chas. Hobby ..." This healthy and vibrate 43 year old was as likely just as charming to the men as she ever was. Mascarene the second in command of the British garrison did not trust her and was convinced she was a spy, as likely she was. It was during this time, June, 1711 that "The Battle of Bloody Creek" took place. Her son or sons, it is said, were part of this French assault and on the "same evening Mme. Damours was taken to safety by a French force."
(Castin, the French Indian fighter -- who himself married the daughter of Louis Damours (b.1655), "seigneur of Jemseg" -- had a sister, Ursule, who married a son of Louis Damours (b.1655), Louis Damours (b.1690). The likelihood is that this was one of the five children had by Louise who were fathered by Mathieu Damours between the years 1685 and 1696. Mascarene says6 that two of Louise Guyon's sons were among the French who led the ambush against the English.)

Unfortunately, the historical trace on Louise Guyon's life disappears at this point.7 The DCB says that it is likely that she went to France, for the records show that certain of her children in 1727 were residents La Rochelle.


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FOOTNOTES:

[1] See DCB, vol. I, p. 245; and Arsenault, pp.1627-8.
[2] The girls must have been close; each had a son in 1688 and each named him Pierre, each had a second son and each were named Louis, and each a Françoise: strange, but there it is! The later children, beginning in 1694 had different names. I think the boys had hyphenated names such as Pierre-Mathieu and Pierre-Louis.

[3] Governor Villebon, who was of the view that the brothers Damour were given over to "libertinism and independent action" set fourth a list of the extensive real estate holdings of the Damour brothers both along the St. John River and on the northern coast of present day New Brunswick, at Richibucto. (See Webster, pp. 87,154.

[4] See DCB, vol. II, p. 167.

[5] So said an on site witness: Mascarene, NSHS, vol. 4, p. 78.

[6] NSHS, vol. 4, p. 82

[7] I see from Arsenault (p. 1630) that Louise's son, Françoise-Mathieu D'Amours was married at Quebec on the 17th of October, 1726.


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Note* Louise Guyon Founding Mothers of Acadia by Stephen A. White. 
Birth*30 April 1668 She was born on 30 April 1668 at Chateau Richer.1 
 She was the daughter of Simon Guyon and Louise Racine
Marriage*10 April 1684 Louise Guyon married Charles Thibault on 10 April 1684 at Chateau Richer; she was 16yrs.2,3 
Census*1686 Louise Guyon and Mathieu II D'Amours appeared on the census of 1686 at River St. John; Le Sr. Mathieu DAMOURS de Frencuse 28, Louise GUION his wife.4
 
Marriage*1 October 1686 Louise Guyon married Mathieu II D'Amours, son of Mathieu d'Amours and Marie Marsolet, on 1 October 1686 at Quebec; he was 29 yrs, she was 19yrs.5,6 
Census*1698 Louise Guyon appeared on the census of 1698 at River St. Jean; Dlle, Louise GUYO, widow of D'AMOURS; Joseph 11; Louis 9; Francois-Mathieu 6;
Nicolas 3; Jean 13; 5 cattle, 12 hogs, 40 arpents, 2 guns, 2 servants.
 

Family 1

Charles Thibault b. c 1668
Marriage*10 April 1684 She married Charles Thibault on 10 April 1684 at Chateau Richer; she was 16yrs.2,3 

Family 2

Mathieu II D'Amours b. 14 Mar 1657, d. Oct 1696
Marriage*1 October 1686 Louise Guyon married Mathieu II D'Amours, son of Mathieu d'Amours and Marie Marsolet, on 1 October 1686 at Quebec; he was 29 yrs, she was 19yrs.5,6 
Children

Citations

  1. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 457.
  2. [S55] Bona Arsenault, Riviere St. Jean book, p-1627.
  3. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 457 & 787.
  4. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes.
  5. [S55] Bona Arsenault, Riviere St. Jean book.
  6. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 453.

Claude Charron

M, #2496, b. circa 1664

Birth*circa 1664 Claude Charron was born circa 1664; see marriage date. 
Marriage*21 August 1684 He married Elizabeth D'Amours, daughter of Mathieu d'Amours and Marie Marsolet, on 21 August 1684 at Quebec City.1,2 

Family

Elizabeth D'Amours b. 1 Dec 1658, d. 8 Jan 1724

Citations

  1. [S55] Bona Arsenault, Riviere St. Jean book.
  2. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 453.

Charlotte Francoise Le Gardeur

F, #2497, b. 8 October 1670, d. 7 April 1706

FatherCharles LeGardeur b. c 1650
MotherGenevieve Juchereau (?) b. c 1650
Charlotte Francoise Le Gardeur|b. 8 Oct 1670\nd. 7 Apr 1706|p72.htm#i2497|Charles LeGardeur|b. c 1650|p183.htm#i6435|Genevieve Juchereau (?)|b. c 1650|p183.htm#i6436|||||||||||||

Birth*8 October 1670 Charlotte Francoise Le Gardeur was born on 8 October 1670 at Quebec.1 
 She was the daughter of Charles LeGardeur and Genevieve Juchereau (?)
Marriage*13 October 1689 Charlotte Francoise Le Gardeur married Rene D'Amours, son of Mathieu d'Amours and Marie Marsolet, on 13 October 1689 at Quebec City.2,3 
Census*3 November 1695 Charlotte Francoise Le Gardeur and Rene D'Amours appeared on the census of 3 November 1695 at River St. Jean; The land of Medoclec in which the Sr. de Clignancour [2491] is seigneur:
2491 -
Le Sr. de Clignancour, 1 house, 15 arpents of cultivated land.

The land of Naxouat in which the Sr. de Dechofour [2467] is seigneur where the fort
commanded by Mr. de Villebon is located:

Le Sr. Dechofour [2467] has one house, 30 arpent of cultivated land, a mill has been
started by the Sr. Dechofort and the Sr. de Freneuse [2468].

The land of Naxouat in which the Sr. de Dechofour [2467] is seigneur where the fort
commanded by Mr. de Villebon is located:

Le Sr. Dechofour [2467] has one house, 30 arpent of cultivated land, a mill has been
started by the Sr. Dechofort and the Sr. de Freneuse [2468].

Le Sr. de Clignancour [2491] resides on this land where he has: his wife, 2 small children,
2 servants l~r3 than 50 years of age, one house and a barn, 3 cattle, 12 hljgs, 60 chickens, 3
rifles and an espee. Harvest: 80 minots of corn. 16 minots of peas, 13 minots of beans.4
 
Death*7 April 1706 Charlotte Francoise Le Gardeur died on 7 April 1706 at St-Francois, Ile Jesus, at age 35; 33 yrs.1 

Family

Rene D'Amours b. 9 Aug 1660, d. 7 Apr 1706
Children

Citations

  1. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 462.
  2. [S55] Bona Arsenault, Riviere St. Jean book.
  3. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 453.
  4. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes.

Anne Louise Thibodeau1

F, #2498, b. circa 1682, d. 2 September 1720

FatherPierre Thibodeau b. 1631, d. 26 Dec 1704
MotherJeanne Theriot b. c 1643, d. 7 Dec 1726
Anne Louise Thibodeau|b. c 1682\nd. 2 Sep 1720|p72.htm#i2498|Pierre Thibodeau|b. 1631\nd. 26 Dec 1704|p14.htm#i520|Jeanne Theriot|b. c 1643\nd. 7 Dec 1726|p14.htm#i521|||||||Jean Theriot|b. c 1601\nd. a 1671|p27.htm#i1042|Perrine Raux|b. c 1611|p27.htm#i1043|

Note* Anne Louise Thibodeau second generation at Port Royal.2 
CLARENCE B* She was clarence b 648m. 
Birth*circa 1682 She was born circa 1682 at Port Royal, Acadie.2,3 
 She was the daughter of Pierre Thibodeau and Jeanne Theriot
Marriage*circa 1697 Anne Louise Thibodeau married Charles D'Amours, son of Mathieu d'Amours and Marie Marsolet, circa 1697 at Port Royal.4,5 
Census*1698 Anne Louise Thibodeau and Charles D'Amours appeared on the census of 1698 at River St. Jean; Charles D'AMOURS 34; Anne-Marie TIBAUDEAU (wife) 16; 4 arpents, 1 gun, 1 servant.
Jean Baptiste [256] is not with father & his new wife - according to the census.6
 
Death*2 September 1720 Anne Louise Thibodeau died on 2 September 1720 at Hotel-Dieu, Quebec.3 

Family

Charles D'Amours b. 4 Mar 1662, d. Nov 1716
Marriage*circa 1697 She married Charles D'Amours, son of Mathieu d'Amours and Marie Marsolet, circa 1697 at Port Royal.4,5 
Children

Citations

  1. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 1509.
  2. [S49] Bona Arsenault, Port Royal book.
  3. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 460.
  4. [S55] Bona Arsenault, Riviere St. Jean book.
  5. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 454 & 1509.
  6. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes.

Emperor Charlemagne The Great

M, #2502, b. 2 April 742, d. 28 January 814

FatherKing Pepin III The Short1 b. 714, d. 24 Sep 768
MotherBertha de Leon b. c 722, d. 12 Jul 783
Emperor Charlemagne The Great|b. 2 Apr 742\nd. 28 Jan 814|p72.htm#i2502|King Pepin III The Short|b. 714\nd. 24 Sep 768|p72.htm#i2504|Bertha de Leon|b. c 722\nd. 12 Jul 783|p72.htm#i2505|Mayor Charles Martel|b. 689\nd. 22 Oct 741|p72.htm#i2492|Rotrude d. Treves|b. 693\nd. 724|p72.htm#i2493|Count Heribert Leon|b. c 690|p79.htm#i2732||||

GENE CODE* Emperor Charlemagne The Great was gene code 34374492204. 
Birth*2 April 742 He was born on 2 April 742 at Ingolheim; Aix-La-Chapelle.2,3,4,5 
 He was the son of King Pepin III The Short and Bertha de Leon.1 
Note*771 Emperor Charlemagne The Great united the Monarcy in 771. 
Death*28 January 814 He died on 28 January 814 at Aachen at age 71.5,2,3 

Family 1

Hildegarde of Saubia b. 758, d. 30 Apr 782
Children

Family 2

Regina (?) b. 770
Child

Citations

  1. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p166.
  2. [S38] Unknown author, Kingdoms of Europe-Gene Gurney.
  3. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325.
  4. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p178.
  5. [S58] GEDCOM File C:TMGWROY_____.T.
  6. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta.
  7. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p210.

Louise Marguerite Bonin

F, #2503, b. 16 November 1785, d. 2 September 1842

FatherPaul Bonin b. 1747, d. 12 Dec 1803
MotherLouise Marie Fostin b. 1763, d. 3 Feb 1808
Louise Marguerite Bonin|b. 16 Nov 1785\nd. 2 Sep 1842|p72.htm#i2503|Paul Bonin|b. 1747\nd. 12 Dec 1803|p26.htm#i1000|Louise Marie Fostin|b. 1763\nd. 3 Feb 1808|p106.htm#i3757|Antoine Bonin|b. Dec 1714\nd. a 1801|p5.htm#i132|Marie M. Tellier|b. 12 Jan 1726\nd. 7 Oct 1800|p5.htm#i133|Jacques Fostin|b. c 1730|p205.htm#i7195|Francoise Trahan|b. c 1730\nd. 31 Dec 1826|p205.htm#i7196|

Jesnair B* Louise Marguerite Bonin was jesnair b JJB.5. 
Birth*16 November 1785 She was born on 16 November 1785 at Fausse Pointe; BONIN, Louise Marguerite (Paul & Marie Jacques FOSTIN) b. 16 Nov. 1785, bt. 11 Dec. 1785 Spons: Antonio MARTINO [Antoine MARTIN] - Spanish & Louise Marguerite TELLIER. Fr. GEFFROTIN (SM Ch.: v.3, #86).1 
 She was the daughter of Paul Bonin and Louise Marie Fostin
Marriage*21 July 1804 Louise Marguerite Bonin married Benjamin Louviere, son of Francois Louviere and Marie Louise Thibodeaux, on 21 July 1804 at Fausse Pointe.2 
Census*1830 Louise Marguerite Bonin and Benjamin Louviere appeared on the census of 1830 at Fausse Pointe, St. Martin Parish; page 116
no slaves. 
Burial*2 September 1842 Louise Marguerite Bonin was buried on 2 September 1842 at St. Martinville; BONIN, Marie Louise m. Benjamin LOUVIERE d. 2 Sept. 1842 (SM Ch.: v.5, p. 110). 
Death*2 September 1842 She died on 2 September 1842 at Fausse Pointe, St. Martinville, at age 56; BONIN, Marie Louise m. Benjamin LOUVIERE d. 2 Sept. 1842 (SM Ch.: v.5, p. 110).1 

Family

Benjamin Louviere b. 24 Jun 1781, d. 18 Oct 1859
Marriage*21 July 1804 She married Benjamin Louviere, son of Francois Louviere and Marie Louise Thibodeaux, on 21 July 1804 at Fausse Pointe.2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd 101.
  2. [S15] Speculation.

King Pepin III The Short

M, #2504, b. 714, d. 24 September 768

FatherMayor Charles Martel b. 689, d. 22 Oct 741
MotherRotrude de Treves b. 693, d. 724
King Pepin III The Short|b. 714\nd. 24 Sep 768|p72.htm#i2504|Mayor Charles Martel|b. 689\nd. 22 Oct 741|p72.htm#i2492|Rotrude de Treves|b. 693\nd. 724|p72.htm#i2493|Mayor Pepin I. Heristal|b. c 635\nd. 16 Dec 714|p79.htm#i2756|Alpaida Saxony|b. c 650|p79.htm#i2757|St.Lievin,Bishop d. Treves|b. 680|p297.htm#i10283||||

GENE CODE* King Pepin III The Short was gene code 68748984408. 
Birth*714 He was born in 714.1,2,3 
 He was the son of Mayor Charles Martel and Rotrude de Treves
Marriage*before 741 King Pepin III The Short married Bertha de Leon, daughter of Count Heribert Leon, before 741; (Consort) see son's birth.2 
Note*752 King Pepin III The Short deposed Childeric III [le Idiot], and kept him in the Convent Sithieu [St. Bertin] in 752.4,5 
Death*24 September 768 He died on 24 September 768 at St. Denis, France.6,2,7,8 

Family

Bertha de Leon b. c 722, d. 12 Jul 783
Child

Citations

  1. [S38] Unknown author, Kingdoms of Europe-Gene Gurney.
  2. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325, p174.
  3. [S58] GEDCOM File C:TMGWROY_____.T, 715.
  4. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325, p 174.
  5. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, p166.
  6. [S38] Unknown author, Kingdoms of Europe-Gene Gurney, 2 Jul 768.
  7. [S48] John S. Wurst, Magna Charta, 768 [p167].
  8. [S58] GEDCOM File C:TMGWROY_____.T.

Bertha de Leon

F, #2505, b. circa 722, d. 12 July 783

FatherCount Heribert Leon1 b. c 690
Bertha de Leon|b. c 722\nd. 12 Jul 783|p72.htm#i2505|Count Heribert Leon|b. c 690|p79.htm#i2732||||||||||||||||

GENE CODE* Bertha de Leon was gene code 68748984409. 
Birth*circa 722 She was born circa 722 at France. 
 She was the daughter of Count Heribert Leon.1 
Marriage*before 741 Bertha de Leon married King Pepin III The Short, son of Mayor Charles Martel and Rotrude de Treves, before 741; (Consort) see son's birth.1 
Death*12 July 783 Bertha de Leon died on 12 July 783.1 

Family

King Pepin III The Short b. 714, d. 24 Sep 768
Child

Citations

  1. [S41] Carl M. Allstrom, Dictionary of Royal Lineage, 325, p174.

Charles Nicolas D'Amours

M, #2510, b. 1 July 1692, d. 17 April 1728

FatherCharles D'Amours b. 4 Mar 1662, d. Nov 1716
MotherMarie Anne Genaple b. 27 Feb 1667, d. bt 1694 - 1697
Charles Nicolas D'Amours|b. 1 Jul 1692\nd. 17 Apr 1728|p72.htm#i2510|Charles D'Amours|b. 4 Mar 1662\nd. Nov 1716|p14.htm#i512|Marie Anne Genaple|b. 27 Feb 1667\nd. bt 1694 - 1697|p14.htm#i513|Mathieu d'Amours|b. 1618\nd. 8 Oct 1695|p27.htm#i1024|Marie Marsolet|b. 22 Feb 1638\nd. 24 Nov 1711|p27.htm#i1025|Francois Genaple|b. 1644\nd. 7 Oct 1709|p27.htm#i1026|Anne M. de la Porte|b. 1653\nd. 28 Jun 1718|p27.htm#i1027|

FAM GROP C* Charles Nicolas D'Amours was fam grop c MMPFGPLMCC. 
Note* He third generation at River St. Jean.1 
Birth*1 July 1692 He was born on 1 July 1692 at Quebec.1,2 
 He was the son of Charles D'Amours and Marie Anne Genaple
Marriage*20 May 1717 Charles Nicolas D'Amours married Angelique Hayacinthe Rouer, daughter of Augustin II de Villeray and Marie-Louise LeGardeur, on 20 May 1717 at Quebec area, Ste-Foy; p459.1,2 
Death*17 April 1728 Charles Nicolas D'Amours died on 17 April 1728 at Quebec area, Ste-Foy, at age 35; Quebec     Ste-Foy     Notre-Dame de Ste-Foy     St. Lawrence.2
 
Burial*19 April 1728 He was buried on 19 April 1728; at 35 yrs.2 

Family

Angelique Hayacinthe Rouer b. b 1692, d. 25 May 1749
Marriage*20 May 1717 He married Angelique Hayacinthe Rouer, daughter of Augustin II de Villeray and Marie-Louise LeGardeur, on 20 May 1717 at Quebec area, Ste-Foy; p459.1,2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S55] Bona Arsenault, Riviere St. Jean book.
  2. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 459.

Angelique Hayacinthe Rouer1

F, #2511, b. before 1692, d. 25 May 1749

FatherAugustin II de Villeray b. c 1672
MotherMarie-Louise LeGardeur b. c 1672
Angelique Hayacinthe Rouer|b. b 1692\nd. 25 May 1749|p72.htm#i2511|Augustin II de Villeray|b. c 1672|p184.htm#i6445|Marie-Louise LeGardeur|b. c 1672|p184.htm#i6446|||||||||||||

Birth*before 1692 Angelique Hayacinthe Rouer was born before 1692. 
 She was the daughter of Augustin II de Villeray and Marie-Louise LeGardeur
Marriage*20 May 1717 Angelique Hayacinthe Rouer married Charles Nicolas D'Amours, son of Charles D'Amours and Marie Anne Genaple, on 20 May 1717 at Quebec area, Ste-Foy; p459.2,1 
Marriage*7 June 1736 Angelique Hayacinthe Rouer married Denis roussepu on 7 June 1736 at St. Nicolas Parish. 
Death*25 May 1749 Angelique Hayacinthe Rouer died on 25 May 1749 at St. Nicolas Parish. 

Family 1

Charles Nicolas D'Amours b. 1 Jul 1692, d. 17 Apr 1728
Children

Family 2

Denis roussepu b. c 1716

Citations

  1. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 459.
  2. [S55] Bona Arsenault, Riviere St. Jean book.

Marie Jeanne Renoyer

F, #2512, b. circa 1705, d. 5 June 1787

FatherAmbroise Renoyer b. c 1676, d. 18 Nov 1719
MotherOlive Pelagie Arguin b. c 1686, d. 3 Sep 1748
Marie Jeanne Renoyer|b. c 1705\nd. 5 Jun 1787|p72.htm#i2512|Ambroise Renoyer|b. c 1676\nd. 18 Nov 1719|p184.htm#i6448|Olive Pelagie Arguin|b. c 1686\nd. 3 Sep 1748|p184.htm#i6449|||||||||||||

Birth*circa 1705 Marie Jeanne Renoyer was born circa 1705 at Louisbourg.1,2 
 She was the daughter of Ambroise Renoyer and Olive Pelagie Arguin
Census*1715 Marie Jeanne Renoyer appeared on the census of 1715 at Louisbourg; 9yrs p1372.3 
Marriage*6 May 1729 She married Louis Boucher on 6 May 1729 at Quebec; p1372.4 
Marriage*11 April 1735 Marie Jeanne Renoyer married Jean Baptiste D'Amours, son of Charles D'Amours and Marie Anne Genaple, on 11 April 1735 at Quebec.5 
Death*5 June 1787 Marie Jeanne Renoyer died on 5 June 1787 at Montreal area, L'Assomption, Canada; at a reported 84 or 85 yrs
Montreal     L'Assomption     St-Pierre-du-Portage (L'Assomption)     St. Lawrence.1
 

Family 1

Louis Boucher b. c 1709

Family 2

Jean Baptiste D'Amours b. 23 Oct 1694, d. 10 Sep 1759
Children

Citations

  1. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 1372.
  2. [S15] Speculation, on location.
  3. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes.
  4. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 459.
  5. [S70] Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Genealogique Des Familles Acadiennes, 459 & 1372.

Joseph Hins

M, #2516, b. circa 1726

Birth*circa 1726 Joseph Hins was born circa 1726; see marriage date. 
Marriage*12 September 1746 He married Louise Charlotte D'Amours, daughter of Jean Baptiste D'Amours and Marie Anne Morel, on 12 September 1746 at St. Thomas. 

Family

Louise Charlotte D'Amours b. 19 Feb 1720, d. 31 Dec 1755
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