Did you know...A typical French-Canadian building is the farmhouse. It is based on structures in the French provinces of Normandy, Maine, and Anjou, where most of the French settlers in the St Lawrence valley originated. The typical house was made of wood and had low walls, a steep roof, small windows, and few interior divisions. It was adapted to the northern climate by raising the ground floor to accommodate heavy snow accumulation and by adding multiple chimneys and dormers. The farmhouse also came to be characterized by a verandah, extended belcast eaves supported by a row of narrow columns, and a roof covered in sheet metal.
Source: Mutlicultural Canada: Quebec to 1800 (www.multiculturalcanada.ca)
She married François Éthier
23 November 1701
in Varennes, Verchères, Québec, Canada
The couple had (at least) 4 children.
was born 23 October 1674
in Montréal, Québec, Canada (Montreal)
He died 13 November 1738
in Repentigny, L'Assomption, Québec, Canada
He was the son of Leonard Éthier and Elisabeth Godillon.
Marguerite Millot died 12 July 1714
in Repentigny, L'Assomption, Québec, Canada.
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