Friday, March 3, 2017

Ripples: Chapter Three - Gagne Family

Gagne (Gagnier) Family


"White Mud Portage," by Paul Kane

Pierre Gagne (Gagnier) (1645-1726) (8th great-grandfather)
son of Pierre Gagne (Gasnier) (1610-1656) and Marguerite Roset (Rouzee) (1615-1685)
Birth 24 FEB 1645 • Le Mans, Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France
Death 26 MAR 1726 • La Prairie, Québec
Marriage 1670 to Catherine Daubigeon (1653-1712)
• 1712, Jean Baptiste Forestier hired Pierre Gagné to make a voyage to Détroit, notary Antoine Adhémar.

Nicolas Gagne (Gagnier) (1689-1732) (8th great-uncle)
son of Pierre Gagne (Gagnier) (1645-1726) and Catherine Daubigeon (1653-1712)
Birth 17 Aug 1689 • Montréal, Quebec, Canada
Death 8 Oct 1732 • La Prairie, Quebec
Marriage 1722 to Marie-Françoise Brion (1701-1760)
• 1712, Sep 17, Engagement of Nicolas Gaigne, François Larche, to Joseph Parent to make the voyage to the fort the Chartrain bridge, of the Strait of Lake Erie. Notary Adhémar.

Joseph Gagne (Gagnier) (1695-1777) (8th great-uncle)
son of Pierre Gagne (Gagnier) (1645-1726) and Catherine Daubigeon (1653-1712)
Birth 18 APR 1695 • La Prairie, Quebec, Canada
Death 24 MARCH 1777 • La Prairie, Quebec, Canada
Marriage 1724 to Marie-Josephe Baudreau (1707-1792)
• 1754, Dominique Godet hired Joseph Gagne voyageur de La Prairie to go to Detriot, Devant or Gouvernail, Notary Louis Claude Danré de Blanzy.

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