flag   Madeleine-Helene  HÉBERT dite LECOMTE

  (b. 7 April 1718 L'Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, Canada, New France   d. 6 April 1790 Repentigny, Province of Québec, Canada )  

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Madeleine-Helene HÉBERT dite LECOMTE was born 7 April 1718 in L'Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, Canada, New France. Madeleine-Helene HÉBERT dite LECOMTE was the child of Guillaume HÉBERT dit LECOMTE and and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Guillaume HÉBERT dit LECOMTE and Marie-Anne ROUSSIN (maternal)  Nicolas LABERGE and Madeleine QUENTIN

She married  Pierre-Joseph GRENON 4 February 1737 in Neuville, Portneuf, Canada, New France .  The couple had (at least) 7 children. Pierre-Joseph GRENON  was born 7 November 1713 in Neuville, Portneuf, Québec, Canada (Saint-François-de-Sales).  He died 22 February 1793 in Repentigny, Québec, Canada (La Purification-de-Repentigny).  He was the son of Pierre GRENON and Geneviève LIÉNARD dite BOISJOLI.

Madeleine-Helene HÉBERT dite LECOMTE died 6 April 1790 in Repentigny, Province of Québec, Canada .
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From its inception in the early 1600s until 1760, it was called Canada, New France.
1760 to 1763, it was simply Canada
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L'Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, Québec, Canada
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Marriage / Partner(s) and Child(ren) of Madeleine-Helene HÉBERT dite LECOMTE

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Madeleine-Helene HÉBERT dite LECOMTE married flag  Pierre-Joseph GRENON-- Date: 4 February 1737 Place: Neuville, Portneuf, Canada, New France
Pierre-Joseph GRENON was the son of Pierre GRENON and Geneviève LIÉNARD dite BOISJOLI


Madeleine Grenon 09 Mar 1738 10 Apr 1818 m. Brousseau Joseph-Louis

Francoise Grenon 30 Sep 1739 m. Auclair Jean-Baptiste, m. Vaillancourt Raphael

Pierre Grenon 28 Nov 1741 m. Guenette Antoinette, m. Payet Marie-Amable

Marie-Joseph Grenon 19 Mar 1743 St-François-de-Sales, Neuville

Rose Grenon 24 Feb 1744 St-François-de-Sales, Neuville

Louis-Joseph Grenon 21 Feb 1749 St-Jean-Baptiste-des-Écureuils

Genevieve Grenon 27 Jan 1752 St-François-de-Sales, Neuville

Rose Grenon 1752 m. Morache Louis


flag  Madeleine GRENON (b.9 March 1738, Neuville, Portneuf, Canada, New France   d. 10 April 1818, Terrebonne, Lower Canada )

flag  Françoise GRENON (b.30 September 1739, Neuville, Portneuf, Canada, New France   d. , )

flag  Pierre GRENON (b.28 November 1741, Neuville, Portneuf, Canada, New France   d. , )

flag  Marie-Joseph GRENON (b.19 March 1743, Neuville, Portneuf, Canada, New France   d. , )

flag  Louis-Joseph GRENON (b.21 February 1749, Donnacona, Canada, New France   d. , )

flag  Geneviève GRENON (b.27 January 1752, Neuville, Portneuf, Canada, New France   d. , )

flag  Rose GRENON (b.abt. 1752, , Québec Province, Canada   d. , )

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7 April 1718
L'Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, Québec, Canada

Birth and Baptism

Name: Magdelaine Hebert
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 07 Apr 1718
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1737 Marriage / Partner
Madeleine-Helene HÉBERT dite LECOMTE and Pierre-Joseph GRENON 4 February 1737, Neuville, Portneuf, Québec, Canada (Saint-François-de-Sales)
1738 Birth of Child
Madeleine GRENON was born 9 March 1738, Neuville, Portneuf, Québec, Canada (Saint-François-de-Sales)
1739 Birth of Child
Françoise GRENON was born 30 September 1739, Neuville, Portneuf, Québec, Canada (Saint-François-de-Sales)
1741 Birth of Child
Pierre GRENON was born 28 November 1741, Neuville, Portneuf, Québec, Canada (Saint-François-de-Sales)
1743 Birth of Child
Marie-Joseph GRENON was born 19 March 1743, Neuville, Portneuf, Québec, Canada (Saint-François-de-Sales)
Canada In 1745 Louisbourg fell to British forces from New England.
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Canada The Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle returned Louisbourg to the French in 1748

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Canada 1749 - 2,576 settlers are brought to Acadia by the British. Halifax is founded. www.acadian-cajun.com/ acadtime.htm
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1749 Birth of Child
Louis-Joseph GRENON was born 21 February 1749, Donnacona, Québec, Canada (Saint-Jean-Baptiste-des-Écureuils)
Canada 1750 - German immigrants begin to arrive in numbers at Halifax.

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Canada 1752 - Canada's first newspaper, the weekly Halifax Gazette, appears (March 23).

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1752 Birth of Child
Geneviève GRENON was born 27 January 1752, Neuville, Portneuf, Québec, Canada (Saint-François-de-Sales)
World History 1754 - Beginning of the French and Indian War between Great Britain and France for control of the North American colonies. It is part of the Seven Years War.

World History (1756 - 1763) Seven Years War - France, Great Britain clashed in Europe and North America; France, Russia, Austria, Saxony, Sweden and Spain sided against Britain, Prussia and Hanover

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World History February 6, 1778 - France signed the Treaty of Alliance with the United States.

February 6, 1778

World History June 1779 - Spain entered Revolutionary War in favor of Americans.

June 1, 1779

6 April 1790
Repentigny, Québec, Canada (La Purification-de-Repentigny)

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