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Francois Allard, Farmer | A Portrait Gallery of Traditional Quebec Life, Trades & Professions

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Francois Allard came from Notre-Dame-de-Blacqueville (France) and settled in Charlesbourg which is not far from Quebec City. On November 1st, 1671 he married Jeanne Anguille / Languille and together they had eight children. Five of their children went on to establish families. The couple were among the first to clear land in New France.

Jeanne Anguille was a Fille du Roi. Her parents were Michel Anguille and Etienne Toucherin of Artannes-sur-Indres (St-Maurice, France).  Five of their children went on to establish families. The couple were among the first to clear land in New France. Her maternal grandparents were Etienne Toucheran and Catherine Murnin.

 

Artwork by Franklin Arbuckle

 

 

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