TWELFTH GENERATION


3416. Guillaume PELLETIER was known as the Gobloteur. He was originally from Tourouvre, France. He arrived in New France in 1641 with his wife Michelle MABILLE dit MORILLE whom he married on 12 February 1619 in France. His two sons, Guillaume, age 17 and Jean, age 14, arrived in New France with their parents. He died on 28 November 1657. His parents were Eloi PELLETIER & Françoise MATTE who were married before 31 December 1609 in France. (1)(2)(9)

3417. Michelle MABILLE dit MORILLEwas born on 20 May 1592 in France. She died on 21 January 1665 in Québec. Her parents were Guillaume MABILLE & Étiennette MONHE who were married before 20 May 1592 in France. (4)

Children were:

child i. Guillaume PELLETIER was born around 1624 in France. He seemed to have been a donné in Huronia in 1646. He left no descendants. (9)

child1708 ii. Jean PELLETIER was born 12 June 1627 and baptized 20 June 1627 in St-Aubin de Tourouvre, Ev. Chartres, Perche (ar. Mortagne, Orne) France. He arrived in New France with his parents in 1641. He went into the service of the Jesuits for a while among the Hurons. He married Anne LANGLOIS on 9 November 1649 in Beauport, Québec. They settled first at Île-d'Orléans. Anne was born and baptized on 2 September 1637 in Notre-Dame de Québec. Jean died on 24 and was buried on 25 February 1698 in Rivière-Ouelle, Kamarouska, Québec. Anne died on 16 March and was buried on 17 March 1704 in Rivière-Ouelle. (1)(4)(5)(6)

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(1) PRDH, Certificat de famille No. 71.
(2) Ibid., Certificat de famille No. 531.
(3) Ibid., Certificat de famille No. 7.
(4) Ibid., Certificat de mariage No. 66389.
(5) Biographical Dictionary for The Jesuit Missions in Acadia and New France: 1602-1654, Lucien Campeau, S.J., translated by William Lonc, S.J. & George Topp, S.J., summer 2001, p. 339.
(6) Drouin Document copied from the Parish Registers of Québec.