DeLORNE / DeLORME; FRICON/FRIGON/PRIGNON;
LeFRANCE; GUENEAU; PERRAULT; DUCLOS
The information below was provided by cousin Geo. Penseneau:
HUBERT DeLORNE/DeLORME, my 4th great grandfather, was the youngest of ten children.
1762 - b:Quebec in 1762 & was the son of Louise Fricon, Frigon or Prignon & Jean Baptiste DeLorne.
1782 - Hubert migrated to America settling in Cahokia, Illinois.
1792 - 1 November in Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, he married Marie Francoise LeBoeuf who was the daughter of Marie Catherine LeFrance and Phillip LeBoeuf (dit LaFlamme) who were natives of Prarie DuChien. Marie & Hubert resided in Cahokia where they became the parents of six children: Hubert, Dennis, Celeste, Susan, John Baptiste, Louison.
1808 - Hubert's wife, Marie, died 2 December, buried in Holy Family Cemetery
1818 - Hubert died in Cahokia 23 July, buried in Holy Family Cemetery
JEAN BAPTISTE DeLORME was my 5th great grandfather.
b: 1704/1711 - Til-Chatel, Cote D'or, Bourgogne, France
d: 22 July 1785 - Troi Riviers, Quebec, Canada
m: 19 April 1751 - Marie Louise Frigon - Batiscan, Maurice, Quebec, Canada
From the archives of Three Rivers, by Thomas H. McCane - July, 1893 - - Jean Baptiste DeLorne, the son of Ettienette Gueneau and Hubert DeLorne, was born at Brechateau in the Diocese of Dijon Bourgogne, France in the year 1711. He came to Three Rivers, Quebec, Canada in the year 1737 where he occupied the position of Maitre Foundeur (Chief Founder) in the government foundries of Saint Maurice situated on the right bank of the St. Maurice River, nine miles northeast of Three Rivers. They were the first industries of their kind established in North America. He ran out the first blast from them on October 15, 1737. The ruins of one of the old copula's still remained in 1893 on the occasion of my visit to those parts and in the midst of its wild wierd solitude prevailed by a deathlike stillness unbroken save by the sound of the roaring rushing waters of the mad St. Maurice River which goes leaping and frothing forth at their base. I had the exquisite pleasure of standing upon the brink and drinking deeply of the hallowed memories of a by-gone age.
HUBERT DeLORME - b: 1670 - d: 1770 - from Ancestry
ETTIENETTE GUENEAU - b:1670 - Dijon, Cote D'or, Bourgogne, France
From www.ancestry.com :
Marie Louise Frigon was the spouse of Jean Baptiste Delorme & the daughter of Jean Francois Frigon & his 2nd wife Marie Perault/Perrot.
b: 30 March 1725 - Batiscan, Maurice, Quebec, Canada
d: 3 Nov. 1797 - Trois Riviers, Quebec, Canada
Jean Francois Frigon:
B: 1674 - Batiscan, Champlain, Quebec, Canada
D: 1752 - Champlain, Quebec, Quebec, Canada
M: Marie Perault/Perrot - 4 June 1715 - Ste-Anne-De-La Perade, Quebec, Canada
B:1650 - Batiscan, Champlain, Quebec, Canada
D: 13 May 1724, Batiscan, Quebec, Canada
M: Marie Chamois/Chamboy - 8 Feb 1671 in Batiscan, Quebec, Canada
B: 24 August 1688 - Neuville, Portneuf, Quebec, Canada
D: 15 February 1773 - Batiscan, Champlain, Quebec, Canada
M: Jean Francois Frigon - 4 June 1715 - Ste-Anne-De-La Perade, Quebec, Canada
D: 21 May 1741 - Quebec, Canada
M: Genevieve Duclos - 1685 - Quebec, Canada
Born: 1671 in Batiscan, Champlain, Quebec, Canada
Died: 5 Jul 1740 in St Anne, De La Perade, Quebec, Canada
Marriage: 1685 in Portneuf, Portneuf, Quebec, Canada
Born: 12 Mar 1627 - Manerbe, Lisieux, Normandie, France
Died: 4 Dec 1711 - Batiscan, Champlain, Quebec, Canada
Born: abt 1600 - Manerbe, Lisieux, Normandie, France
Died: abt 1700 - Liseux, Normandy, France