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  • ID: I534
  • Name: Etienne TRUDEAU
  • Given Name: Etienne
  • Surname: TRUDEAU
  • Name: Etienne TRUTEAU
  • Given Name: Etienne
  • Surname: TRUTEAU
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 15 Sep 1641 in La Rochelle, Aunis (Ar, Charente-Maritime), France 1 2
  • Christening: 15 Sep 1641 Sainte-Marguerite, V. Et Ev. La Rochelle, Aunis (Ar. La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime), France 3 4 5
  • Burial: 22 Jul 1712 Notre-Dame-de-Montréal, Québec, Canada 6 7 8
  • Reference Number: 534
  • Event: Presence 1659 Montréal, Québec, Canada 9
  • Event: Master carpenter of Montréal Presence 1659-1689 Montréal, Québec, Canada 10
  • Event: Presence 1662 Ville-Marie, Québec, Canada 11
  • _UID: A60F6C2D6BF542358FBB642EF83E2A389967
  • Change Date: 26 Feb 2014 at 08:29
  • Note:
    Surname also seen as TRUTEAU, TRUTAULT. Came to New France in 1659 aboard the "Saint-Andre", which had been commissioned by Jeanne Mance to bring emigrants to Montreal. The ship departed LaRochelle, France on 22 July 1659 and arrived 29 Sep 1659. Occupation: Master carpenter.
    -----------------------------
    Source for the following: Godbout, P. Archange, O.F.M., Passagers du Saint-André, La Recrue de 1659, Societe Genealogique Canadienne-Francais, No. 5, Montréal 1964. The Saint-André sailed from France to New France in 1659. Many of those on board had been recruited by Jeanne Mance in France for employment at the Hotel Dieu in Montréal.

    TRUTEAU, Étienne, né le 8 juin 1641 à Ste-Marguerite, ville de La Rochelle, charpentier de grosses oeuvres, s'engage pour trois ans à 100 livres par an, à M. de la Dauversière agissant pour M. de Queylus le 8 juin 1659 (gr. Demontreau). Un des héros du combat du 6 mai 1662, soldat de la 6e escouade en 1663, et concessionnaire le 7 décembre 1665 (d'après E. -Z. Massicotte). Charpentier recherché, Étienne Truteau a bâti une bonne partie des maisons du Montréal primitif. Il se joignait pour cela à des maîtres maçons en sa qualité de charpentier de grosses oeuvres. Ainsi, le 13 février 1689, il fait un marché de construction avec les maîtres maçons Michel Bouvier et Mathurin Colin. Ce héros épousa à 25 ans, le 10 janvier 1667, Adrienne Barbier, fille d'un des tout premiers colons de Montréal. Transcrivons à son sujet ce qu'en écrit Faillon: . . La famille Trudeau est l'une des plus nombreuses sorties de 1'essaim de 1659.

    Translation:

    Truteau, Étienne, born June 8, 1641 in Ste-Marguerite, city of La Rochelle, carpenter of large projects was employed on June 8, 1659 for three years at 100 livres per annum by M. de la Dauversière acting for M. de Queylus (gr. Demontreau). Étienne, as a soldier of the 6th escouaide in 1663, was one of the heros of combat of May 6, 1662, he was noted as a concessionaire on December 7, 1665 (according to E. -Z. Massicotte). A much sought after carpenter, Étienne Truteau built many of the residences of early Montréal. He joined with master masons in his capacity as a carpenter of large projects. Thus, on February 13, 1689, he is noted working with master masons Michel Bouvier and Mathurin Colin. The hero Étienne, at the age of 25 years, married Adrienne Barbier, daughter of one of the first colonists of Montréal [Gilbert Barbier dit Le Minime]. Faillon wrote of Adrienne: "Another young person, after four years at the Hospital, she entered the Hôtel-Dieu at 10 years where she enthusiastically wished to serve the Institute, she was withdrawn by her parents and married off to Étienne Truteau". Sister Morin wrote that "it serves God for she is the mother of a large family which she nourishes and raises in love and fear of Our Lord with structure and wisdom in all things". The Trudeau family was one of the most prolific of all the immigrant families of 1659.




    Father: Francois TRUTEAU c: 4 Oct 1613 in Sainte-Marguerite, V. Et Ev. La Rochelle, Aunis (Ar. La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime), France
    Mother: Catherine MATINIER b: in France?

    Marriage 1 Adrienne-Marie BARBIER b: 20 Aug 1652 in Montréal, Québec, Canada c: 20 Aug 1652 in Notre-Dame-de-Montréal, Québec, Canada
    • Married: 10 Jan 1667 in Notre-Dame-de-Montréal, Québec, Canada 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 4 21 22
    • Change Date: 2 Apr 2011
    Children
    1. Has Children Etienne-Pierre TRUDEAU c: 14 Nov 1667 in Notre-Dame-de-Montréal, Québec, Canada
    2. Has Children Pierre TRUDEAU c: 24 Sep 1669 in Notre-Dame-de-Montréal, Québec, Canada
    3. Has Children Marie TRUDEAU c: 27 Jan 1672 in Notre-Dame-de-Montréal, Québec, Canada
    4. Has No Children Francois TRUDEAU c: 21 Dec 1673 in Notre-Dame-de-Montréal, Québec, Canada
    5. Has Children Toussaint TRUDEAU c: 19 Jan 1676 in Notre-Dame-de-Montréal, Québec, Canada
    6. Has No Children Nicolas TRUDEAU c: 20 Feb 1678 in Notre-Dame-de-Montréal, Québec, Canada
    7. Has Children Jean-Baptiste TRUDEAU c: 11 Apr 1680 in Notre-Dame-de-Montréal, Québec, Canada
    8. Has Children Joseph TRUDEAU b: 19 Jul 1682 in Montréal, Québec, Canada c: 20 Jul 1682 in Notre-Dame-de-Montréal, Québec, Canada
    9. Has Children Charles TRUDEAU b: 24 Mar 1684 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, Canada c: 25 Mar 1684 in Saint-Antoine-de-Pade, Longueuil, Québec, Canada
    10. Has Children Laurent TRUDEAU b: 7 Mar 1686 in Boucherville, Chambly, Québec, Canada c: 11 Mar 1686 in Saint-Antoine-de-Pade, Longueuil, Québec, Canada
    11. Has Children Louis TRUDEAU b: 3 Dec 1687 in Boucherville, Chambly, Québec, Canada c: 7 Dec 1687 in Saint-Antoine-de-Pade, Longueuil, Québec, Canada
    12. Has Children Bertrand TRUDEAU b: 6 Aug 1689 in Boucherville, Chambly, Québec, Canada c: 7 Aug 1689 in Sainte-Famille-de-Boucherville, Chambly, Québec, Canada
    13. Has No Children Augustin TRUDEAU b: 23 Sep 1691 in Montréal, Québec, Canada c: 23 Sep 1691 in Saint-Antoine-de-Pade, Longueuil, Québec, Canada
    14. Has No Children Jacques-Antoine TRUDEAU b: 15 Nov 1694 in Longueuil, Chambly, Québec, Canada c: 17 Nov 1694 in Saint-Antoine-de-Pade, Longueuil, Québec, Canada

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: Emigration Rochelaise en Nouvelle-France, 1970
      Title: Emigration Rochelaise en Nouvelle-France, 1970
      Author: Godbout, Father Archange
      Publication: Archives Nationales du Quebec
      Note:
      CS89.G59 LH&G. Reprint in personal holdings.
      Repository:
        Name: The Library of Congress
        101 Independence Ave., SE
        Washington, DC 20540

      Page: p.232-233
      Quality: 3
      Text: p.232: TRUTEAU, Etienne, master carpenter, born in 1642 (sic) (Recens. 1667, son of Francois, master mason and Catherine MATINIER, of Notre Dame de Cogne. p.233: Etienne [TRUTEAU], Canadian, "carpenter of great works", baptized at Ste. Marguerite 15 Sep 1641, godfather and godmother Etienne VILAIN and Catherine BOULLIOT; he married at Montreal 10 Jan 1667 to Adrienne BARBIER. Canadian ancestor of the Honorable Pierre TRUDEAU, Prime Minister of Canada.
    2. Media: On-line Database
      Abbrev: Programme de Recherche en Démographie Historique [aka, PRDH]
      Title: The Population of Quebec Before 1800, Programme de Recherche en Démographie Historique [aka, PRDH]
      Author: Universite de Montréal, Gaetan Morin, Editeur
      Publication: Subventionne par le Fonds de l'autoroute de l'information
      Note:
      Data from the PRDH on-line database.http://www.genealogie.umontreal.ca/en/
      Repository:
        Name: Internet Site
        Note:
        Sites on the World Wide Web, which may or may not continue to exist in the future.

      Page: Certificate #71767
      Quality: 3
    3. Media: Book
      Abbrev: Our French Canadian Ancestors, (aka, LaForest)
      Title: Our French-Canadian Ancestors
      Author: LaForest, Thomas J.
      Publication: LISI Press, Palm Harbor, FL 33563
      Note:
      LOC call #88-081941. English translation of Nos Ancêstres, originally written in French by Father Gérard Lebel, C.Ss.R. The LaForest books have been issued as a series of 30 separate volumes covering selected original French-Canadian immigrants. Copies can be found in many major libraries or purchased directly from Quintin Publications, 22 Delta Drive, Pawtucket, RI 02860-4555, Phone: 401-723-6797 (http://www.quintinpublications.com)
      Repository:
        Name: The Library of Congress
        101 Independence Ave., SE
        Washington, DC 20540

      Page: p.172-177
      Quality: 3
      Note: Extensive article on the original Trudeau and his family. Copy in personal files.
    4. Media: Unspecified
      Abbrev: Histoire et génélogie des Aunisiens partis vers l'Amérique du Nord aux 17e et 18e siècles.
      Title: Histoire et génélogie des Aunisiens partis vers l'Amérique du Nord aux 17e et 18e siècles.
      Author: Racines Rochelaise
      Publication: http://racinesrochelaises.free.fr/ (and sub links)
      Repository:
        Name: Internet Site
        Note:
        Sites on the World Wide Web, which may or may not continue to exist in the future.

      Text: ...le lundi 10 janvier 1667, Mariage d'Etienne Trudeau. Fils de François Truteau, maître maçon, & de Catherine Matinier, né à La Rochelle rue Notre-Dame, près l'Echelle de la Couronne et baptisé le dimanche 15 septembre 1641 dans la chapelle Sainte-Marguerite, arrivé à Québec le 7 septembre 1659 à bord du navire Le Saint-André en provenance de La Rochelle, Etienne Trudeau épouse à Montréal, le lundi 10 janvier 1667, Adrienne Barbier.
    5. Media: Church Records
      Abbrev: Parish Register, Sainte-Marguerite, 1599-1665, La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, France
      Title: Parish Register, Sainte-Marguerite, 1599-1665, La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, France
      Author: Eglise Catholique
      Note:
      Several FHL microfilms.
      Repository:
        Name: Family History Library
        35 North West Temple
        Salt Lake City, Utah 84150-0000 USA

      Page: FHL Film #1896307
      Quality: 3
      Note: Baptism record.
      Text: Ce quinziesme septembre a este baptisé Estienne fils de François Truteau et Catherine Matinies ses père et mère. Les parain et marenne sont Estienne Vilain Catherine Boulliot.
    6. Abbrev: Dictionnaire General des Familles du Québec (aka, Jette)
      Title: Dictionnaire General des Familles du Québec
      Author: Jette, Rene
      Publication: Les Presses de l'Universite de Montréal
      Note:
      CS88.Q4J47 1983 LH&G
      Repository:
        Name: The Library of Congress
        101 Independence Ave., SE
        Washington, DC 20540

      Page: p.1095
      Quality: 3
    7. Media: On-line Database
      Abbrev: Programme de Recherche en Démographie Historique [aka, PRDH]
      Title: The Population of Quebec Before 1800, Programme de Recherche en Démographie Historique [aka, PRDH]
      Author: Universite de Montréal, Gaetan Morin, Editeur
      Publication: Subventionne par le Fonds de l'autoroute de l'information
      Note:
      Data from the PRDH on-line database.http://www.genealogie.umontreal.ca/en/
      Repository:
        Name: Internet Site
        Note:
        Sites on the World Wide Web, which may or may not continue to exist in the future.

      Page: Certificate #50756
      Quality: 3
      Note: Burial record.
    8. Media: Church Records
      Abbrev: Parish Register, Notre-Dame-de-Montréal, 1643-1876, Québec, Canada
      Title: Parish Register, Notre-Dame-de-Montréal, 1643-1876, Québec, Canada
      Author: Eglise Catholique
      Note:
      Many FHL microfilms.
      Repository:
        Name: Family History Library
        35 North West Temple
        Salt Lake City, Utah 84150-0000 USA

      Page: FHL Film #375841
      Quality: 3
      Note: Burial record. Age 72 years.
    9. Media: Book
      Abbrev: Catalogue des Immigrants, 1632-1662
      Title: Catalogue des Immigrants, 1632-1662
      Author: Trudel, Marcel
      Publication: Cahiers du Quebec, Collection Histoire, 1983
      Note:
      Copies of appropriate pages in personal holdings. Call #CS88.Q4T78 1983 LH&G
      Repository:
        Name: The Library of Congress
        101 Independence Ave., SE
        Washington, DC 20540

      Page: p.428-429
      Quality: 3
      Text: TRUTEAU, Etienne. ...18 [age in 1659], ne signe, Aunis, son of a master-mason; carpenter engaged 8 Jun 1659 (roster DEBIEN); first appearance: combat against the Iroquois 6 May 1662; bought a location 8 Apr 1663: married 10 Jan 1667 to Adrienne BARBIER, then qualified master-carpenter; lives still in 1694.
    10. Media: Book
      Abbrev: Les Passagers du Saint-André, La Recrue de 1659
      Title: Les Passagers du Saint-André, La Recrue de 1659
      Author: Godbout, P. Archange, O.F.M.
      Publication: Société Généalogique Canadienne-Français, No. 5, Montréal 1964
      Note:
      The Saint-André sailed from France to New France in 1659. Many of those on board had been recruited by Jeanne Mance in France for employment at the Hôtel Dieu in Montréal.
      Repository:
        Name: Personal Holdings
        Fayetteville, PA USA

      Page: p.47
      Quality: 3
      Note: Translation:

      Truteau, Étienne, born June 8, 1641in Ste-Marguerite, city of La Rochelle, carpenter of large projects was employed on June 8, 1659 for three years at 100 livres per annum by M. de la Dauversière acting for M. de Queylus (gr. Demontreau). Étienne, as a soldier of the 6th escouaide in 1663, was one of the heros of combat of May 6, 1662, he was noted as a concessionaire on Décember 7, 1665 (according to E. -Z. Massicotte). A much sought after carpenter, Étienne Truteau built many of the residences of early Montréal. He joined with master masons in his capacity as a carpenter of large projects. Thus, on February 13, 1689, he is noted working with master masons Michel Bouvier and Mathurin Colin. The hero Étienne, at the age of 25 years, married Adrienne Barbier, daughter of one of the first colonists of Montréal [Gilbert Barbier dit Le Minime]. Faillon wrote of Adrienne: "Another young person, after four years at the Hospital, she entered the Hôtel-Dieu at 10 years where she enthusiastically wished to serve the Institute, she was withdrawn by her parents and married off to Étienne Truteau". Sister Morin wrote that "it serves God for she is the mother of a large family which she nourishes and raises in love and fear of Our Lord with structure and wisdom in all things". The Trudeau family was one of the most prolific of all the immigrant families of 1659.
      Text: TRUTEAU, Étienne, né le 8 juin 1641 à Ste-Marguerite, ville de La Rochelle, charpentier de grosses oeuvres, s'engage pour trois ans à 100 livres par an, à M. de la Dauversière agissant pour M. de Queylus le 8 juin 1659 (gr. Demontreau). Un des héros du combat du 6 mai 1662, soldat de la 6e escouade en 1663, et concessionnaire le 7 décembre 1665 (d'après E. -Z. Massicotte). Charpentier recherché, Étienne Truteau a bâti une bonne partie des maisons du Montréal primitif. Il se joignait pour cela à des maîtres maçons en sa qualité de charpentier de grosses oeuvres. Ainsi, le 13 février 1689, il fait un marché de construction avec les maîtres maçons Michel Bouvier et Mathurin Colin. Ce héros épousa à 25 ans, le 10 janvier 1667, Adrienne Barbier, fille d'un des tout premiers colons de Montréal. Transcrivons à son sujet ce qu'en écrit Faillon: Une autre jeune personne, après quatre ans de séjour chez les Hospitalières, elle était entrée à 1'Hôtel-Dieu à 10 ans, dont elle désirait vivement d'embrasser l'Institut, fut retirée par ses parents qui la marièrent avec Étienne Truteau D. Elle sert Dieu dans le monde, écrivait ensuite la soeur Morin, et est mère d'une nombreuse famille qu'elle nourrit et élève dans l'amour et dans la crainte de Notre-Seigneur, avec édification et sagesse en toutes choses D. La famille Trudeau est l'une des plus nombreuses sorties de 1'essaim de 1659.
    11. Abbrev: Dictionnaire National Canadiens Francais (aka, Drouin)
      Title: Dictionnaire National Canadiens Francais (aka, Drouin)
      Author: Lussier, Monseigneur Irenee
      Publication: Institut Genealogique Drouin
      Note:
      CS88.Q4D5 LH&G
      Repository:
        Name: The Library of Congress
        101 Independence Ave., SE
        Washington, DC 20540

      Page: p.1680-1687 (LANGEVIN); p.1910-1913
      Quality: 3
      Note: Copies in personal files.
    12. Abbrev: Dictionnaire Genealogique Familles Canadiennes (aka, Tanguay)
      Title: Dictionnaire Genealogique Familles Canadiennes (7 volumes)
      Author: Tanguay, L'Abbe Cyprien
      Publication: Province de Quebéc, Eusebe Senecal, Imprimeur-Editeur
      Note:
      CS81.T312 LH&G. Also available from Quintin Publications as CD3.
      Repository:
        Name: The Library of Congress
        101 Independence Ave., SE
        Washington, DC 20540

      Page: V1, p.24, 575-576; V7, p.374-379
    13. Media: Marriage Records
      Abbrev: Loiselle Marriage Index
      Title: Fichier Loiselle
      Author: Loiselle, Père Antonin
      Publication: La Fédération des Familles-Souches Québécoises Inc., Sillery, Québec
      Note:
      Index of Catholic marriages in Québec. 174 reels of microfilm of this card index.
      Repository:
        Name: Family History Library
        35 North West Temple
        Salt Lake City, Utah 84150-0000 USA

      Page: FHL Film #543837
    14. Abbrev: Dictionnaire National Canadiens Francais (aka, Drouin)
      Title: Dictionnaire National Canadiens Francais (aka, Drouin)
      Author: Lussier, Monseigneur Irenee
      Publication: Institut Genealogique Drouin
      Note:
      CS88.Q4D5 LH&G
      Repository:
        Name: The Library of Congress
        101 Independence Ave., SE
        Washington, DC 20540

      Page: VII, p.1308-1310; VIII, p.1910-1913
    15. Media: Book
      Abbrev: Complement au Dictionnaire Genealogique by l'Abbe Cyprien Tanguay (aka, Leboeuf)
      Title: Complement au Dictionnaire Genealogique by l'Abbe Cyprien Tanguay
      Author: Leboeuf, J. Arthur
      Note:
      This book provides corrections and additions to the original Tanguay document.
      Repository:
        Name: The Library of Congress
        101 Independence Ave., SE
        Washington, DC 20540

      Page: VI, p.183; VII, p.422-423
    16. Abbrev: Dictionnaire General des Familles du Québec (aka, Jette)
      Title: Dictionnaire General des Familles du Québec
      Author: Jette, Rene
      Publication: Les Presses de l'Universite de Montréal
      Note:
      CS88.Q4J47 1983 LH&G
      Repository:
        Name: The Library of Congress
        101 Independence Ave., SE
        Washington, DC 20540

      Page: p.1095-1096
    17. Media: Book
      Abbrev: Catalogue des Immigrants, 1632-1662
      Title: Catalogue des Immigrants, 1632-1662
      Author: Trudel, Marcel
      Publication: Cahiers du Quebec, Collection Histoire, 1983
      Note:
      Copies of appropriate pages in personal holdings. Call #CS88.Q4T78 1983 LH&G
      Repository:
        Name: The Library of Congress
        101 Independence Ave., SE
        Washington, DC 20540

      Page: p.428-429
      Text: TRUTEAU, Etienne. ...18 [age in 1659], ne signe, Aunis, son of a master-mason; carpenter engaged 8 Jun 1659 (roster DEBIEN); first appearance: combat against the Iroquois 6 May 1662; bought a location 8 Apr 1663: married 10 Jan 1667 to Adrienne BARBIER, then qualified master-carpenter; lives still in 1694.
    18. Media: Book
      Abbrev: Our French Canadian Ancestors, (aka, LaForest)
      Title: Our French-Canadian Ancestors
      Author: LaForest, Thomas J.
      Publication: LISI Press, Palm Harbor, FL 33563
      Note:
      LOC call #88-081941. English translation of Nos Ancêstres, originally written in French by Father Gérard Lebel, C.Ss.R. The LaForest books have been issued as a series of 30 separate volumes covering selected original French-Canadian immigrants. Copies can be found in many major libraries or purchased directly from Quintin Publications, 22 Delta Drive, Pawtucket, RI 02860-4555, Phone: 401-723-6797 (http://www.quintinpublications.com)
      Repository:
        Name: The Library of Congress
        101 Independence Ave., SE
        Washington, DC 20540

      Page: V1, p.172-177
    19. Abbrev: Emigration Rochelaise en Nouvelle-France, 1970
      Title: Emigration Rochelaise en Nouvelle-France, 1970
      Author: Godbout, Father Archange
      Publication: Archives Nationales du Quebec
      Note:
      CS89.G59 LH&G. Reprint in personal holdings.
      Repository:
        Name: The Library of Congress
        101 Independence Ave., SE
        Washington, DC 20540

      Page: p.232-233
      Text: p.232: TRUTEAU, Etienne, master carpenter, born in 1642 9sic) (Recens. 1667, son of Francois, master mason and Catherine MATINIER, of Notre Dame de Cogne. p.233: Etienne [TRUTEAU], Canadian, "carpenter of great works", baptized at Ste. Marguerite 15 Sep 1641, godfather and godmother Etienne VILAIN and Catherine BOULLIOT; he married at Montreal 10 Jan 1667 to Adrienne BARBIER. Canadian ancestor of the Honorable Pierre TRUDEAU, Prime Minister of Canada.
    20. Media: On-line Database
      Abbrev: Programme de Recherche en Démographie Historique [aka, PRDH]
      Title: The Population of Quebec Before 1800, Programme de Recherche en Démographie Historique [aka, PRDH]
      Author: Universite de Montréal, Gaetan Morin, Editeur
      Publication: Subventionne par le Fonds de l'autoroute de l'information
      Note:
      Data from the PRDH on-line database.http://www.genealogie.umontreal.ca/en/
      Repository:
        Name: Internet Site
        Note:
        Sites on the World Wide Web, which may or may not continue to exist in the future.

      Page: Certificate #47305
      Note: Marriage record.
    21. Media: Marriage Records
      Abbrev: Répertoire Alphabetique des Mariages des Canadiens Francais, 1760 a 1935 (a.k.a., Blue Drouin); order masculin.
      Title: Répertoire Alphabetique des Mariages des Canadiens Francais, 1760 a 1935 (a.k.a., Blue Drouin); order masculin.
      Author: Institute Drouin
      Note:
      For a listing of the locations where this document is available go to: http://www.francogene.com/qc-res/blue.php
      Repository:
        Name: America-French Genealogical Society
        78 Earle St.
        Woonsocket, RI 02895 US

      Note: Marriage record.
    22. Media: Church Records
      Abbrev: Parish Register, Notre-Dame-de-Montréal, 1643-1876, Québec, Canada
      Title: Parish Register, Notre-Dame-de-Montréal, 1643-1876, Québec, Canada
      Author: Eglise Catholique
      Note:
      Many FHL microfilms.
      Repository:
        Name: Family History Library
        35 North West Temple
        Salt Lake City, Utah 84150-0000 USA

      Page: FHL Film #375840
      Note: Marriage record.

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