Rice, Humphrey, Shattuck,Gervais, Beaudette, Angell, Hammond and allied lines

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  • ID: I07710
  • Name: Marie-Andree Guion\Guyon
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: ABT 1616 in La Chassee, Vienne, France
  • Death: in Acadie
  • Note:
    following translated from: iquebec.ifrance.com/rivards/Histoire_Acadie/ Acadie_Chronologie/Acadie_1632_1654.htm



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    1632?1654: Starts again of Acadie


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    1632: Return of l?Acadie to France .

    March 29, 1632, by the treaty of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, England gives Acadie to France.

    The Cardinal of Richelieu, under the King Louis XIII, organizes two companies: for Quebec and l?autre for l?Acadie.

    Louis XIII names Charles of the Tower governor of Acadie. Richelieu decides to establish a solid colony. It names Lieutenant-General in all the country of News-France says Canada and Gouverneur d?Acadie.

    Isaac de Razilly, cousin of Richelieu, originating in Tourraine, a knight about Malta, come to start again the acadian colony with three hundred "men of elites".

    September 8, 1632, they were established in Hève (Cuts It) and not with Port-Royal, l?endroit known under the name of Pointe Of the Fort has.

    It goes then has Royal Port and s?empare by the force of Pentagoet (Penobscot, Maine, the USA)

    Razilly grants has Latour Seigneury de Jemseg, located on the(Riviere St-Jean??GJR) Midsummer's Day River. Latour built there Strong Jemseg.

    With Isaac Razilly had come with Charles de Menou de Charnisay, Sieur D?Aulnay and Nicolas Denys, wire and grandson d?Officiers of Turns, informed man d?affaire and incomparable trader.

    Nicolas Denys, First Lord of the stronghold, energy of the Strait of Canso to Cape of the Rose tree in Gaspésie. It will establish stations in the island of Cape-Breton, Miscou and Nipisiguit (Bathurst) and Fathers Capuchins who will establish the first seminar (school) in Canada.

    It establishes its center of trade has Chédabouctou (Guysborough) and opens a station of fishing has Port Nightingale (Liverpool) and Management gives some has his/her brother Simon Denys of the Trinity.

    Charles de Menou de Charnisay, Sieur D?Aulnay devotes himself has colonists l?établissement


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    1633: English in Maine

    Commercant English establishes a station of Draft has Machais (Maine)

    Charles de Latour makes attack this station of draft.


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    1634: Conflicts with the English

    Allerton, a merchant of Boston, goes to claim the prisoners and the goods confiscated by Latour which answers that the station is in French Territory.

    Isaac de Razilly means with the English not to exceed l?embouchure of the Kennebec River more, located not far from Portland cement (Maine)


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    1635 to 1654: A Fratricidal Fight between Latour and D?Aulnay

    Died of Razilly. Charles d' Aulnay succeeds to him as a governor and transports the acadian colony to Port-Royal. He brings other colonists of France and their families. Internal fights between Aulnay and Latour. Death of Aulnay in 1650. Latour appointed governor, marries the widow of Aulnay.

    Saint-Jehan (boat) brings the first families, having on his board 12 women and 12 children. In the wake of Martin, Trahan, Middle-class men, Blanchard, Pear tree and Landry will arrive Belliveau, Cormier, LeBlanc, Boudrot, Arsenault, Richard, for a total of 60 families approximately which constitute the initial core of the acadian people.

    Récollets of Port-Royal establish a mission has l?Isle of Miscou, l?entrée Bay of Heats, and 23 frncais s?y establish.

    1636: Charles de Menou de Charnisay, Sieur D?Aulnay marries Jeanne Motin

    1638: Charles de Menou de Charnisay, Sieur D?Aulnay and Charles of the Tower are jointly named Lieutenant-Governor d?Acadie

    1639: LaTour attacks the ships of Aulnay

    1640: Charles of the Tower try to seize Port-Royal with two men-of-war

    1640: The Brothers Capuchins have four missions: Royal port, Hève, Pentagoet and Canso.

    1641: The Court of France, by its Royal Council revokes the granted commisiion has Charles of the Tower and is summoned of compararaitre has the Court of France, this qu?il will not make jamais.La Cour of France, by its Royal Council names Charles de Menou de Charnisay, Sieur D?Aulnay, Gouverneur and Lieutenent?Général of l?Acadie

    1642: February 21, 1642, France orders, by its Royal Council, has Charles de Menou de Charnisay, Sieur D?Aulnay to seize themselves of Charles of the Tower and to lead it in France.

    1643: Charles of the Tower associated has of English of Massachussetts, leaves Plymouth with four ships and two frigates and attacks Port-Royal. Of the 18,000 Pounds coming from the furs flights, Bostonnais had two-third and Latour, a third.

    1645: Nicolas Denys establishes a station of trade has l?ile Miscou, l?entrée Bay of Chaleurs.Son trades s?étend in Bay of Heats, the Gulf the St. Lawrence and on the Dimensions Is of l?Acadie. During the absence of LaTour, Aulnay seizes strong sound with Saint-Jean.Madame of Latour (Marie Jacquelin) defends the fort but on April 17, 1645, the fort is pris.Échappant in the masacre, Latour is made corsair in the Golf of the St. Lawrence, then takes refuge has Quebec, near the Montmagny Governor, by delivering a ship of small tonnage which the Governor of Massassuchetts had entrusted to him, Mr Winthrop.

    1647: By Royal Proclamation, Charles de Menou de Charnisay, Sieur D?Aulnay Governor-General and Seigneur d?Acadie, under reserves of the conceded rights has Nicolas Denys

    1650: Charles d' Aulnay drowns in an accident of boat.

    1651: Charles of the Tower marries the widow of Aulnay

    1651: In February 1651, Charles of the Tower goes to France and, exonerates of any crime of rebellion, it is named Gouverneur d?Acadie by Letters patent of Louis XIV.Pressé to turn over in Acadie, it chooses a lieutenant, Mr Philippe Mius d?Entremont, gentleman of the area of Cherbourg

    1652: Simon Denys de Vitré, the brother of Nicolas Denys takes refuge has Quebec and recoit the station of General Receiver of the Company of the News-France.Au spring of 1652, Emmanuel the One-eyed one, with another merchant of the Small rock, Mr Guilbault, obtains a judgement like creditor against the succession of d?Aulnay, they take possession of Port-Royal A titrates of Seigneurs.De more they s?emparent by the force and without right aucuns, of the establishments of Nicolas Denys and do it captive and l?amene has Port Royal.Nicolas Denys is released has l?automnne and leaves to s?établir has Nipisiquit (Bathurst), has Bay of Chaleurs.Ils set fire to Hève, go has Saint-Pierre of the Cape Breton, and make captive Nicolas Denys.

    1653: Charles of the Tower marries the widow of Aulnay and rule thus all his different and becomes only the maitre of l?Acadie, has l?exception of the stronghold of Nicolas Denys.

    1654: Emmanuel the One-eyed one, s?empare by the force and without right aucuns, of the establishments of Nicolas Denys and the captive fact for one second time.




    Marriage 1 Andre Bernard b: 1620 in Beauveus sur Mer, Vendee, Poitou, France - arr by 1645
    • Married: ABT 1641
    Children
    1. Has Children Marie Bernard b: 1645 in Beaubassin, Acadie

    Marriage 2 Antoine Beliveau
    • Married: ABT 1645
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