Monday, August 27, 2007

Ignace Raizenna and Elisabeth Nims

Interesting information I found on them:

LOUIS SEGUIN-LADEROUTE (son of JEAN BAPTISTE SEGUIN and GENEVIEVE BARBEAU) was born April 08, 1712 in Boucherville, Chambly, Que., and died July 13, 1763 in Oka, Que.. He married M. ANNE RAIZENNE on May 08, 1736 in Oka, Que., daughter of ABIGAIL NIMBS. Notes for LOUIS SEGUIN-LADEROUTE:Generation XIII --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Historical Churches --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Association des Seguin d'Amerique --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Kings of France --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Carignan Regiment --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Time Line --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Guillaume Seguinin Mexico --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Credits Page --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sign Parchment Page --------------------------------------------------------------------------------View Parchment Page Generation IV The Family of Louis Séguin and Marie Anne RaizenneLouis Séguin (8 Apr 1712, Boucherville, Québec - 13 Jul 1763, Grand Détroit, Québec) married Marie Anne Raizenne (1719, Québec - 27 Mar 1787, Oka, Québec) on Sunday, 8 Apr 1736, at the Church of Our Lady of Loretto (now called the Church of the Annonciation), in Lac des Deux Montagnes (present-day Oka), Québec). Louis Séguin, born 8 Apr 1712, in Boucherville, QC, and baptized in the parish of Ste Famille, was the eldest son of Jean Baptiste Séguin and Genevieve Barbeau. His baptismal entry is recorded as follows and contains the names of his godparents, Louis Reguindeau and Marie Veronneau: L’an mil sept cent douze le neuvieve jour d’avril, je pretre soussigne faisant les fonctions curiales dans la paroisse de la Ste Famille de Boucherville, ai baptise Louis, né le jour précédent de Jean Baptiste Séguin et de Genevieve Barbot son épouse. Le parain a été Louis Reguindo, la maraine Marie Veroneau qui ont déclaré ne savoir signer de ce requis selon l’ordonnance.C. Dauzat ptre English translation: The year 1712, the 9th day of April, I the undersigned priest being the parish priest at the parish of Holy Family of Boucherville, baptize Louis, born the preceding day of Jean Baptiste Séguin and Genevieve Barbeau his spouse. The godfather is Louis Reguindeau, the godmother Marie Veronneau who declare as not being able to sign according to the ordinance.C. Dauzat, priest On his 24th birthday, 8 Apr 1736, Louis married 16 year old Marie Anne Raizenne in the church of the Annociation, Oka, QC. Marie Anne was the daughter of Ignace Raizenne and Elisabeth Nims, both of whom had been seized as captives in their childhood during the French and Indian raid on the New England village of Deerfield, Massachusetts on 29 Feb 1704. (As children they were originally named Josiah Rising and Abigail Nims but when baptized by the French, were given new names in honor of St Ignatius and Ste Elizabeth.) Since it is such an historically interesting story, I will depart momentarily from the story of Louis Séguin and Marie Anne Raizenne’s lives in order to share the tale of her parents. More About LOUIS SEGUIN-LADEROUTE:Education: 1736, Able to write.Fact 1: 1744, Marieville ?.Fact 2: 1752, concession # 49, Hudson.Fact 3: Major commander of Oka Fort..Occupation: Lieutenant de la Milice.Sources: April 08, 1736, PRDH, U. of Montreal, Que..More About LOUIS SEGUIN-LADEROUTE and M. ANNE RAIZENNE:Marriage: May 08, 1736, Oka, Que..Children of LOUIS SEGUIN-LADEROUTE and M. ANNE RAIZENNE are:
+FRANCOIS SALES SEGUIN, b. September 1740, Deux Montagne, Que., d. 1817, Vaudreuil, Que..

No comments: