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Philbert (Gilbert) TREMBLAY was born
in Randonnai, Perche, Normandie, France.
Philbert (Gilbert) TREMBLAY
was the child of
(Louis) Loys TREMBLAY dit GALLIEN
and the grandchild of:
Gallien TREMBLAY dit BARONS and
Marriage(s) and Child(ren):
He married Jeanne (Jehanne) COIGNET (COGNET) 3 October 1623 in France . The couple had (at least) 3 children. Jeanne (Jehanne) COIGNET (COGNET) was born abt. 1598 in Randonnai, Perche, Normandie, France. She died 16 October 1652 in France.
Philbert (Gilbert) TREMBLAY died 17 November 1642 in Randonnai, Perche, Normandie, France.
Occupation: farmer, laborer
born Saint Mâlo de Randonnai
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Also known under the name Gilbert Tremble.
Translated from French:
Philibert Tremblay was married to Jeanne Cognet of Normandel (a borough close to Randonnai) on October 3, 1623 in the church Saint-Firmin de Normandel. The two witnesses were Jean Cognet, father of the bride, and Pierre Cognet, one of his brothers.
Three years later, in 1626, arrives the birth at Randonnai of Pierre Tremblay.
In 1631, Thomas Tremblay would have yielded temporarily to Philibert, of the goods thus described: "right, houses and heritages".
A few years still passes, then Philibert Tremblay thinks definitively of regulating the obligations of its unhappy childhood. Of its clean chéf Philibert yielded about 1635, all its rights, house and heritages, for the sum of 80 books to the Crestot injury
It is that of which been taken an act, in the name of Philibert Tremblay become its ripe of adult. He declares labouor there and, referring to a last transaction five years before on the subject of "rights, house and heritage acquired of his/ her uncle Thomas", the whole sells at a cut price to the extreme. Still it had to compensate its uncle-tutor, Thomas Tremblay, of the expenses of the supervision of which he had been charged by M.le Baillif de Randonnai, "as well of the aforesaid Philibert as of his/ her brothers and sisters". So far, the name of the latter is remained unknown. It is probable that they left the village and the ungrateful ground which refused to nourish them. The elder son of Philibert, Pierre, who is now 10 years old, starts to bring to him an effective help in his work of farm. Peace reigns with the hearth, under the sign of the labour and frugality. The mother keeps close to it the second of the boys, who is called Guillaume and who is only four years old. As in much of households of the time, these children are the only quite robust survivors several other maternities less happy, but the young parents still, can hope for a more family. They are far from being as rich as the cousins who exploit Heavy forgings, but helping God, and flanked of their two small boys, they entrevient the future without apprehension.
Details of the family tree of Philbert appear below.
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- 1623 Marriage / Partner
Philbert (Gilbert) TREMBLAY and Jeanne (Jehanne) COIGNET (COGNET) 3 October 1623, , France
- 1633 Birth of Child
Guillaume TREMBLAY was born 16 November 1633, Randonnai, Perche, Normandie, France
16 mars 1635, contrat passé devant Houdebout ; voir règlement de tutelle entre Thomas Tremblay et Philibert Tremblay, son neveu
- 1641 Birth of Child
Marguerite TREMBLAY was born 02 September 1641, Randonnai, Perche, Normandie, France
- 1642 Death
17 November 1642
Randonnai, Perche, Normandie, France
- Death and Burial
Died 17 Nov 1642, La Filonnière, Randonnai, Alençon, Orne, Perche, France
Buried 17 Nov 1642, Saint Mâlo de Randonnai, Alençon, Orne, Perche, France
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