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French Canadian Pioneers: The Blais of Quebec

Pierre Blais / Isamen /Guisamen / Vivarais  |  Angelique Chatigny

January 17th, 1763, Pointe-Claire

[Occ. military, troupes de la Marine, Boucherville]

Gabriel Blais / Blay / St-Martin |  Marie-Anne Lesourd dit Duchesne

July 3rd, 1741, Montreal (Notre-Dame)

[Occ. military, troupes de la Marine, Linctot]

Pierre Blais |  Anne Perrault / Perrot

October 12th, 1669, Ste-Famille (Ile d’Orleans)

[Occ.- labourer]

Anne was a Fille du Roi.

Blais – Variations and associated surnames

Blai, blay(e), Blays, Bled, Bouchard, De la Faraudiere, Deble(d), Etienne, Guizaman, Rouleau, Tousignan, Vivarais

Blais Family Tree | Quebec Blais Genealogy

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BLAIS FAMILIES IN A CANADIAN FAMILY DATABASE

Blais Grooms

Blais, Antoine | Charbonneau, Aimable

Married: 1765 Lavaltrie Berthier QC CAN

Blais, Antoine |  St Fil, Therese

Married: Est 1760

Blais, Augustin | Theriault, Genevieve

Married: 1785 Montmagny Chaudiere-Appalaches QC CAN

Blais, Edouard  | Lantin, Marie Archange

Married: 1839 Perce Gaspe QC CAN

Blais, Joseph | Cyr, Angelique

Married: 1811 Newport Perce Gaspe QC CAN

Blais, Paul Hypolite|  Huard, Marie

Married: 30 Jul 1849 Perce Gaspe QC CAN

Blais, Wilfrid  | Lagace / Mignier, Claire

Married: 24 Jan 1910 St Leon Rimouski QC CAN

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Headstone: Aube, Ildea (m. Gonzague Blais) | Cimetiere de la paroisse de St-Joachim

Clement Dassylva & Marie Blais – Marriage act , 1871

A Canadian Family M-Line: Eveline Melvina Luce

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  1. PIERRE BLAIS was born on November 26, 1639 in Chef-Boutonne, Noirt, Poitu, France OR Angouleme, Angoumois, France to Mathurin Blais and Francoise Pénigaud DE DAM.
    He was baptised at the Church St. Hilaire in Hanc, Deux-Sevres, Poitou-Charentes, France. The Romanesque church was origionally built in 1039 and is mentioned in the cartulary of St. Jean d”Angely. The church was partially demolished in 1789. Pierre was a Laborer. On May 25, 1664, aged 24, he immigrated to New France. (Pierre married twice. He was married to Anne Perrault on October 12, 2669 in Ste-Famille, I’le d’Orleans, Quebec, Canada. and also to Elisabeth-Isabelle-Marie Royer.)Other records indicate that he was born in Hanc (Deux-Sèvres, Angoulême, France), and raised in the Parish of Hanc near Melleran, also in Angouleme. He came to Ste-Famille and Saint-Jean (Ile d’Orleans) per census of 1667 and was living on Ile D’Orleans (on the St. Lawrence). Among his friends living on the island were Jacques Tardif, Martin Poisson, and Francois Marceau.
    CHILDREN:
    1.Pierre Blais, b. March 4, 1672, baptized March 16, 1672, d. March 17, 1672
    2.Pierre Blais, b: Feb 1673 in Saint Famille Ile of Orleans Quebec Canada c: 18 Feb 1673 (married to Francoise Beaudoin),
    3.Marie-Anne Blais, b. 19 Mar 1675 in Ste Famille Ile d’Orleans Quebec Canada c: 9 Jun 1675 in Ste Famille Ile D’orleans Quebec Canada (married to Jean Guillemet),
    5.Antoine Blais, b: Feb 1677 c: 25 Feb 1677 (married to Jeanne Lamy),
    6.Joseph Blais, 1678
    7.Jacques Blais, b: Apr 1682 c: 8 Apr 1682 (married to Louise Angelique Cartier),
    8.Jean Blais, b: 1685 c: 2 Nov 1685 (married to Geneviève Martin) and
    9.Marguerite-Ursule Blais, b: 30 Jun 1688 in St Jean de l’Ile d’Orlans Montmorency Qc, (married to Stephen Lamy).
    10.Martin Blais b: Aug 1670 c: 28 Aug 1670
    Anne died in childbirth on June 29, 1688 and was buried the next day in the cemetary at Saint Jean, at about 45 years of age.

    Comment by Michele | January 29, 2011 | Reply

  2. Thank you for leaving this extra information. My husband is trying to do some family history, he is a descendant of Jean Blais (child number 8, according to the comment), and its always wonderful to learn more details that are more than names and dates.

    Comment by calinaiblay@gmail.com | June 22, 2014 | Reply

  3. Absolutely wonderful! Pierre Blais and Anne Perreault. I will want to touch their headstones and be even more amazed.

    Comment by Alexandre Blais | January 18, 2016 | Reply


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