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Archambault, Jacques
Jacques Archambault - 1629 Marriage
Title	Dictionnaire généalogique des familles canadiennes depuis la fondation de la colonie jusqu'à nos jours, Volume 1
Dictionnaire généalogique des familles canadiennes depuis la fondation de la colonie jusqu'à nos jours, Cyprien Tanguay
Author	Cyprien Tanguay
Publisher	E. Senécal, 1871
Original from	Oxford University
Digitized	Sep 20, 2007
Page 570
Jacques Archambault
1629 Marriage
Title Dictionnaire généalogique des familles canadiennes depuis la fondation de la colonie jusqu'à nos jours, Volume 1
Dictionnaire généalogique des familles canadiennes depuis la fondation de la colonie jusqu'à nos jours, Cyprien Tanguay
Author Cyprien Tanguay
Publisher E. Senécal, 1871
Original from Oxford University
Digitized Sep 20, 2007
Page 570
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Jacques Archambault

  (1604La Rochelle, Aunis, France  - 15 FEB 1688Montréal (Montreal), Québec, Canada )  

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Jacques Archambault was the child of Antoine Archambault and Renée Ouvrard
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Born Lardilliere, Dompierre-sur-Me, LaRochel, France

Occupation: farmer and wine grower in the hamlet of l'Ardilliere, parish of Dompierre, in Aunis


Did You Know?Did you know...French-Canadian couples getting married are not supposed to wear new shoes at the wedding. Grains, confetti, or nuts are showered at the married couples, wishing them good luck and fertility.

Source: French-Canadian Culture (www.buzzle.com /articles /french-canadiane-culture.html)


Biography

From http://sites.rapidus.net/mirobert/DUBEAU%20anc.pdf (loosely translated into English)

Jacques Archambault

Jacques Archambault is the ancestor single strain over twenty thousand descendants of Archambault.

In 1604, he was born in Dompierre-sur-Mer, Aunis, son of Antoine and Renee Ouvrard. It is assumed that his father lived products of the earth.

In 1629, he married Françoise Thoureault which, from 1630 to 1644, gave him seven children: two son and five daughters.

In 1645, he embarked for New France with six of her children.

From 1645 to 1647, he pledged to work in the field of Pierre Le Gardeur de Repentigny. In 1647, he rented the land of the lordship of Lachenaie to engage in agriculture, but without much success. In 1651, he acquired a concession in Cap-Rouge et Monsieur de Maisonneuve - a few months no more than thirty acres of land. His neighbors were Lambert Closs and Urbain Tessier dit Lavigne.

Archambault family living somewhere in Quebec or Montreal. We know he bought a house in Cap-Rouge in 1654 but he probably settled on the island of Montreal. On 11 October 1658, he dug the first well of the island of Montreal and then three more, was said dowser.

His wife died on 9 December 1663. The ancestor to took second wife Marie Denot, who was herself in her third husband.

He was buried in Montreal on 15 February 1688, when he was 84 years.

His descendants are found in the Montreal area, including: Pointe-aux-Trembles, Rivière des Prairies, l'Assomption, Lachenaie and Repentigny.

Their son Lawrence, husband of Catherine Marchand, had twelve children, but especially thanks to them that the descent was assured.

It was in this family that we owe the foundation of Saint-Antoine-sur-Richelieu, which was created after Peter, son of Lawrence, had accepted on behalf of his son, 15 June 1724, a lease of thirteen acres of land.

Source : Le Centre de généalogie francophone d'Amérique

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1629 Marriage
Jacques Archambault married Francoise Chauveau Thourault 24 JAN 1629 in Luçon (Lucon), France

News1635 - Jean de Lauzon becomes the owner of the Island of Montreal.

Wikipedia - Timeline of Montreal History -

World History1635 - France enters Thirty Years War as an active combatant. Franco-Spanish War begins.


News1636 - The Island Where There Was a Village
The Island of Mont Real is still being used as a temporary camp and the Savages called the place 'The Island Where There Was a Village'. The Savages like Trois Rivieres better than Kebec, they stop there oftener, and in greater numbers.

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News1642 - Fort Maisonneuve
Fort Maisonneuve (Montreal) is established by (I)-Paul de Maisonneuve (1612-1676) at Point Calliere near the ancient site of Hochelaga.
www.telusplanet.net/ public/dgarneau/french13.htm

The Algonquin Joseph Oumasasikweie and his wife, Mitigouk...Read MORE...


News1643 - Ville-Marie (Montreal) had grown from 50 people to 70 people by this year.

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News1644 - Iroquois attack Montreal on March 16

Wikipedia - Timeline of Montreal History -

News1645 - Treaty with the Iroquois. The peace is broken a few months later. (Montreal)

Wikipedia - Timeline of Montreal History -


1645 Arrives in America

Immigration: 1645 arrives in America with his spouse and a half dozen children

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News1646 to 1653 - War with the Iroquois (Montreal)

Wikipedia - Timeline of Montreal History -

News1648 - Adrienne Du Vivier arrives; she and her husband, Augustin Hébert, are often referred to as "Montreal's First Citizens."

Wikipedia - Timeline of Montreal History -

News1650 to 1653 - 50 men held Fort Montreal
Only 50 men held Fort Montreal. Between 1650 and 1653, 32 French settlers were killed by the Iroquois and 22 were captured. The Iroquois made such ravages in New France that many settlers believed they should go back to France.

www.many-roads.com/2010/04/20/ a-history-of-french-canada-1650-to-1669/ -

News1650 - Montreal Status Report
The wheat crop this year was excellent especially at Montreal. The Iroquois had driven most of the Savages from Montreal and only 50 French remained. Most French were surprised that Montreal had not fallen to the Iroquois continuous assaults. Thre...Read MORE...


News1651 - On July 26, 200 Iroquois attack the Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal.

Wikipedia - Timeline of Montreal History -

News1652 - Montreal
Fifty miles beyond is the Great Island of Mont Reale, 180 miles distant from Kebec, which was formerly thickly in habited by Barbarians, while now they are very few. There is a fort of the French, with some families, who are founding the third colon...Read MORE...


News1653 - Congregation of Notre Dame founded in Montreal

Wikipedia - Timeline of Montreal History -

News1653 - Life in Montreal
The Jesuit vision of the Mountain of Montreal is a mission to convert the Natives and stop French exploration and free trading. This objective failed, and one hundred new settlers arrived this year, being the only significant expansion since its cre...Read MORE...


News18th March, 1658 - Right to Bear Arms in Montreal
By-law permitting the inhabitants of Villemarie to provide themselves with guns and ammunition, to defend themselves against the Iroquois, to work in safe places, and to retire to their houses at the sound of the bell. — Further, authority to fish an...Read MORE...


News9th July, 1658 - Forbidding the Sale of Liquor to Indians (Montreal)
Renewed orders, forbidding the sale of liquor to the Indians, under pain of confiscation and a fine to be paid to the Villemarie church.
Sessional Papers: Volume 24, Issue 2 Quebec Province Legislature January 1, 1890 -

News1659 - New Laws (Montreal)
18th January, 1659. — By-law to put an end to riots and desertions arising from drunkenness and strict orders to the Officers of Justice to enforce it.

5th April, 1659. — Order prohibiting fishing or hunting, except at a certain distance of the h...Read MORE...


News20th September 1662. — Firing guns during the night, or going out after retreat, prohibited. (Montreal)

Sessional Papers: Volume 24, Issue 2 Quebec Province Legislature January 1, 1890 -

News1669 - Respecting the Divine (Montreal)
2nd April, 1669. — Ordinance of the King prohibiting inn-keepers from furnishing the people of the town with food or drink during the hours of divine service, under penalty of a fine for the first offence, and of imprisonment for the second.

Sessional Papers: Volume 24, Issue 2 Quebec Province Legislature January 1, 1890 -

News7th March 1670 — Ordinance instructing the inhabitants of Montreal to mark their sacks and bags when they bring them to the mill.

Sessional Papers: Volume 24, Issue 2 Quebec Province Legislature January 1, 1890 -


1681 Census

"In the census of 1681, Jacques and the 62 year old Marie Denot, were living in the fief of Verdun, in the neighborhood of Montreal."

Thomas J. Laforest
Our French-Canadian Ancestors : Volume XIX, Page 36

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1688 Death

"Etienne Guyotte, a Sulpicien priest and the curate of Ville-Marie, signed the death certificate of Jacques Archambault, on 15 February 1688..."

Thomas J. Laforest
Our French-Canadian Ancestors : Volume XIX, Page 36

Added: 10/7/2010 1:28:04 PM - 1  Updated: -




Marriage(s) and Child(ren)


marriage Jacques Archambault married Francoise Chauveau Thourault -- Date: 24 JAN 1629 Place:  Luçon (Lucon), France

Family Group Record
St-Philbert, Lucon, Poitou, France


"Jacques Archambault and Francoise Tourault were married in France and brought 7 children into the world before coming to New France... Jacques and Francoise were both natives of Dompierre-sur-Mer, a village in the canton and arrondissement of La Rochelle, in the Charente-Maritime, previously the French province of Aunis. They lived at Dompierre, but more precisely in a hamlet called Lardilliere."

"Jacques, son of Antoine Archambault and of Renee Ouvrard, was at first a laborer and also probably a wine maker, since he sold three barrels of white wine to Jerome Bonnevie, on 15 August 1637."

"Jacques and Francoise were married on 24 January 1629 at Saint-Philibert du Pont-Charault, a locality in Chantonnay, arrondissement of La Roche-sur-Von, in the Vendee, the former province of Poitou."

"...The 7 children of the second generation...were all born in France. Only Louise did not cross the Atlantic, because she died before her family left France. The others came to New France with their parents. They arrived at Quebec, with Pierre Legardeur de Repentigny, director of the new Compagnie des Habitants; perhaps on 5 August 1645; but more probably on 23 September 1646."

Thomas J. Laforest
Our French-Canadian Ancestors : Volume XIX, Pages 29-30

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Children:

Denis Archambault (12 SEP 1630, La Rochelle, Aunis, France - 26 JUL 1651, Montréal (Montreal), Québec, Canada)

Anne Archambault (abt. 1631, La Rochelle, Aunis, France - 29 JUL 1699, Montréal (Montreal), Québec, Canada)

Jacquette Archambault (1632, La Rochelle, Aunis, France - 11 Dec 1700, Québec (Quebec), Québec, Canada (Quebec City))

Marie Archambault (24 February 1636 , , France - 16 AUG 1719, Pointe-aux-Trembles, Montréal, Québec, Canada*)

Laurent Archambault (10 JAN 1642, La Rochelle, Aunis, France - 19 APR 1730, Pointe-aux-Trembles, Montréal, Québec, Canada*)

Marie Archambault (1644, La Rochelle, Aunis, France - 8 AUG 1685, Montréal (Montreal), Québec, Canada)




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dad received a letter from a leonard w archambault about 9yrs ago asking if there was any connection to jacques archambault pq canada. his name is roland h archambault his dad was arnold archambault settled in methuen mass. it would be interesting to know if there is connectin.

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