Name: Claude Charland
Birth: ABT 1626 in St-Christophe, Châteauroux, (Indre), France
Death: 1705 in Ste-Famille, Ile-d'Orléans
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known as Francoeur. Of St-Christophe, Chateauroux, Bourges, Berry (Indre). Deceased at 87 years; 40 years with the rec. 1666 and 1667; 60 years with the rec. 1681. Confirmed in Quebec, on February 23, 1660, but lives in Sillery. It goes s' to establish at Co.-Family, Î.O., on March 20, 1665, the sior Charles de Lauzon-Charny concedes a ground to him. Deceased at 87 years. Reference: Jetté 228 Claude Charlan says Francoeur Ancestor of Charland d' America L' ancestor, Claude Charland says Francoeur would be l' ancestor stock of all Charland to the country and the first arrived to News-France, about 1646. Claude Charlan was born about 1626 in Saint-Chrystophe from Chateauroux, of l' archbishop's palace of Bourges, in Berry. He is the son of Jean Charlan and Catherine Mabile. On January 8, 1652, it takes for wife Jacqueline Borde/Desbordes. The young girl came from Rueuil (Hauts-de-Seine) and her parents named Pierre and Radegonde Valentine. He is 26 years old, she EM has 15. From their union, will be born two sons which married and founded families. Eight years only occurred before Jacqueline does not die, that is to say on April 17, 1660, in Quebec. She was buried in the coast of the mountain, one of the first cemeteries of Quebec. Aujourd' today, a commemorative plaque indicates this place if you visit the Quebec old man. Little time after, on September 12, 1661, in Notre-Dame of Quebec, l' ancestor married in second weddings Jeanne Pelletier, girl of Simon and Marie Larche. She is 22 years old. Of this second marriage, between 1663 and 1679, Charland/Pelletier had ten other children, including four wire which were also given the responsability them to continue the line of Charland in our country. L' grandfather of Charland s' on January 22, 1705 extinguished, with Co.-Family of l' island d' Orleans. The date of the death of his second wife, Jeanne Furrier, would range between 1702 and 1708, with Holy-Family also. Claude lived Quebec, Sillery, Castle-Richer and Co.-Family of l' Island d' Orleans. He was wet cooper. He had to work like committed during the first years, which would explain the long period between its arrival and its first marriage. Source: The French-speaking Center of genealogy d' America
in Montreal, P.Q.
- Anne CHARLAND b: 23 APR 1666