Jean Baptiste Hebert Dit Labroquerie was baptised in 1666. He was buried 20 April 1716 at Montreal. He was a soldier.
Jean Hebert was baptised in 1732. He was the son of Jacques and Madeleine (Potirat) Herbert of Chatillion -sur-Loing, diocese de Sens, Champagne, France. He was a soldier in the regiment of Languedoc.
Hebecourt ~ Sieur d'Herbecour; laisse dans Carillon avec 400 hommes par Hourlamarque, il fit sauter le fort suivant ses ordres a Parrivee des Anglais , sous le general Amherst devant ce fort. le 23 juillet 1759 on.
English: Mr. Herbecourt lets inside Carillon with 400 men (par Hourlamarque), (il fit) jump the fort pursing orders a (Parrivee des) English beneath General Amherst in front of the fort on 23 July 1759.
Jean Baptiste Aymond Dit Jolibois was baptised 1709. He was the son of Jerome and Antoinette (Gabrielle Ucelle) Aymond Dit Jolibois of St-Salvador, diocese of Tuder, France. He was a soldier.
Michel Francois Magnac Dit Dauphine son of Denis and Madeleine (Beranger) Magnac Dit Dauphine of St Vincent , diocese of Valence, Dauphine, France was a soldier in the regiment of Guienne.
Bernard Audon Dit Rochefort was baptised in 1698. He was the son of Bernard and Therese (Fortier) Audon Dit Rochefort of St Sauveur of LaRochelle, France. He was capitaine of Blainville.
Paul Catti Dit Larguille was baptised in 1670. He was the son of Pierre and Catherine (De Noyen) Catti of Montignat of Coq, diocese of d'Angouleme, France. He was a soldier ~ le M. Delavaltrie.
Julien Auger Dit Grandchamps was baptised in 1666. He was the son of Michel and Marie (Toumazo) Auger Dit Grandchamps of St Furjan, diocese of Lucon, France. He was a soldier ~ le Desjordis.
Pierre Lemay was the son of Pierre Lemay 1V. He was a soldier ~ de la compagnie des volontaires commandes par M. Hay.
Jacques LeSourd was baptised in 1682. He was the son of Nicolas and Jeanne (Duvivier) LeSourde of St Nicolas of Strasbourgh, Alsace, France. He was buried 10 May 1734 at Montreal. He was a soldier ~ de la compagnie de Dumesnil.
Philippe LeSaullenier was the son of Landrin and Jeanne (Simone) LeSaullenier ~ de Breteville, de Clainchard, diocese of Bayeux, Normandie, France. He was buried 09 February 1745 at Montreal. Sieur de St Michel; lieutenant reformι.
Jean Lescase Dit Lajeunesse was baptised 1700. He was the son of Jean and Perone (Levreau) Lescase Dit Lajeunesse of Cazenl, diocese of d'Agen, Guienne-d'Agenois, France. He was a soldier ~ de la compagnie de La Gauchetiere.
Rene Maigre Dit Beausoleil was the son of Mathieu and Jeanne (Cherafond) Maigre Dit Beausoleil of Beausezam, diocese of Bazas, Guienne, France. He was a soldier ~ de la compagnie de Vaudre regiment de Languedoc.
Jean Maillot 11 was baptised in 1682. He was the son of Jean Maillot 1. He was ~ Lieutenant particulier de la jurisdiction de Montreal.
Francois Mariauchau was baptised in 1670. He was the son of Pierre and Elisabeth (Groen) Mariauchau of St Benoit, Paris, France. Sieur d'Esglis - capitaine des Gardes du Governeur - chevalier de St Louis, lieutenat du Roy aux Trois Rivieres_Il etait en 1719 major des Trois Rivieres
Charles Cesar Marin was baptised in 1633. He was the son of Jacques and Helene (Gorel)Marin of St Sulpice, diocese of Toulon, Provence, France. Sieur de la Massiere, capitaine, commandant le Fort Rolland 1728. Enseigne dans les troupes.
Jacques Massier et Messier Dit St Hillaire was baptised in 1699. He was the son of Louis and Marie (Lair) Massier et Messier Dit St Hillaire of Digny, diocese de Chartres, Beauce, France. He was a soldier ~ de la compagnie da Sennerville.
Louis Francois Rodrigue Masson was baptised 07 November 1834 at Terrebonne. He was the son of Joseph and Genevieve Sophie (Raymond) Masson. He was the grandson of Antoine Masson 1V. He was ex-Lietenant Governor of the Providence of Quebec.
Pierre Marcel or Marce was baptised in 1686. He was the son of Francois Marcel 1. He was a soldier ~ de la compagnie de Laforrest.
Nicolas Marchant was baptised in 1712. He was the son of Etienne Marchant 11. He was ~ Officier-milicien d'artillerie; tue par un boulet de canon.
Joseph Marchant married Jeanne Leblanc. He was ~ Capitaine de navire.
Paul Marchant baptised in 1731 of de Palmiers, Languedoc, France. ~ boulanger ~ Venu en 1759 de Bordeaux sur la "Flute de Canon" (Registre des Proces-verbaux de 1761, Eveche.
Louis Marchant baptised in 1757 was the son of Nicolas Marchant 111. He was ~ Capitaine de Vaisseau.
Etienne Giroux Dit St Marcel was baptised in 1714. He was the son of Etienne and Marie Joseph (Tiron) Giroux of St Marcel, diocese of Limoges, Limousin, France. He was a soldier ~ de la compagnie de Linctot.
Louis Gobert was baptised in 1732. He was the son of d'Hubert and Therese (Legros) Gobert of Juniville, diocese of Rheims, Champagne, France. He was ~ Autrefois soldat dans le regiment de la Reine.
Pierre Godbin Dit St Maurice was baptised in 1717 of Ste Madeleine, diocese de Bayeux, Normandie, France. He was ~ ancien soldat de la colonie.
Etienne Guerin Dit St Etienne was baptised in 1716. He was the son of Pierre and Marguerite (Rigolet) Guerin Dit St Etienne of St Pierre of Tonnerre, diocese of Langres, Champagne, France. He was a soldier de la compagnie de M. Lagauchetiere.
Jean Gueroneau was buried 07 July 1720 at Montreal. He was Caporal de la compagnie de M. Ganne.
Louis Francois DeGannes was married to Marguerite LeNeuf De La Valliere. He was ~ Sieur de Falaise; major de la providence de l'Acadie, chevalier de St Louis.
Francois DeGannes was baptised in 1666. He was ~ Lieutenant du roy aux Trois Rivieres.
Jean Baptiste DeGannes was baptised in 1711. He was the son of George (capitaine) and Catherine (Durand) DeGannes. He was ~ Enseigne.
Charles Thomas DeGannes was the son of Louis Francois DeGannes 1. He was ~ Chevalier de Falaise; lieutenant des troupes et aide major. Il signe a Ste Anne de la Perade 09 September 1755.
Ignace DeGaspe was the son of Pierre DeGaspe 11. He was capitaine d'infanterie.
Raymon Degre was the son of Raymon and Suzanne (DeSion)Degre of St Jean de la Chataignerais, Fontenay le Compte, diocese LaRochelle, France. He was ~ Sergent dans les troupes.
Francois Roger DeFranfleur was born circa 1690. He was married to Marie Francoise DeSt Vincent De Nancy. He was ~ Sieur de Villers; officier.
Leonard Desmonts Dit Perigord was baptised in 1667. He was the son of Leonard and Catherine (Coussillia) Desmonts Dit Perigord (of) du bourgh de Celibas, diocese of Perigord, France. He was a soldier in the compaigne de Mr de Subercase.
Jean Drogue Dit Lajoie was married to Marie Jasmin. He was a soldier ~ du regiment de Guyenne
Christophe Dufros was baptised in 1658. Footnote: De la Jemerais; capitaine
D'Aiguebelle capitaine 1757
Jean Alard Dit Barriere was the son of Rene and Marie (Normandin) Alard Dit Barriere of St Macaire, diocese d'Angers, France. Footnote: sergent de la compagnie Desnoyelles.
Jean Kesboth Aitzman, caporal compagnie de Mexiere
was the son of Gaspard and Reine (Pouchtrenne) Aitzman of diocese d'Alkerick, Alsace, France.
Jean Henry Dit Labori was baptised in 1739, of St Barthelemi, diocese de LaRochelle, Aunis, France. Footnote: Soldat de Berry
Nicolas Lacaille was baptised in 1741. He was the son of Jean and Marie (Luton) Lacaille of Garday, diocese se Chartres, en Beauce, France. Footnote: Soldat de Guyenne, venu en 1752 avec un oncle nomme Jean Baptiste Luthon. (Proces-verbal).
Romain Lacelain Dit Bellefleur was the son of Pierre and Jeanne (Manegue) Lacelain Dit Bellefleur of Villercouchi, diocese de Cambray, Hainaut, France. He was a soldier.
Pierre Lafeuilladewas baptised in 1646. Footnote: Caporal de Lignery.
Lafeuillade was baptised in 1651 and was aburied 24 March 1711 at Montreal. He was a soldier ~ soldat de la compagnie de Desjordy.
Abel Lafleur was buried 15 October 1721 at Montreal. Footnote: Caporal de la compagnie de St Ours.
Lafrance was baptised in 1654. He was buried 01 December 1714 at Montreal. He was a soldier in the company of Vaudreuil.
Laforce Footnote: Donnι en otage par les Francais aux Anglais pour l'execution des articles de la capitulation du fort Nιcessitι (1753). Fut mis. en 1756, au commandement d'un des batiments que fit batir, ΰ Frontenac, DeVaudreuil, pour croiser sur le lac.- Envoyι ΰ Niagra, en 1758, avec le sieur de Cressι.