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  • ID: I1580
  • Name: Guillaume Lalonde 1
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 21 AUG 1684 in Lachine, Québec, Canada 1
  • Baptism: 21 AUG 1684 St. Anges de Lachine
  • ALIA: Guillaume Lalonde "dit Lesperance"
  • Death: 19 AUG 1752 in St. Joseph de Soulanges (Les Cèdres), Québec, Canada 1
  • Note:
    Per http://www.rootsweb.com/~qcvaudre/frame_e.htm:

    Guillamune Lalonde was born on 21 Aug 1684 in Baie D'Urfe. He was baptized on 21 Aug 1684 in St. Anges de Lachine. He died on 19 Aug 1752 in St. Joseph de Soulanges. He was buried on 20 Aug 1752 in St. Joseph de Soulanges. Guillaume Lalonde (1684-?) Guillaume Lalonde, who was 3 when his father was killed, married in 1710. He married a girl who was born Sarah Allen in 1692 at Deerfield, Mass. In 1704 there was a raid by the French on Deerfield and Sarah along with 111 residents of Deerfield were abducted and brought to Montréal. She was placed as a domestic with the family of Jean Quenet. At that time, May 30, 1705 she was baptized as Marie Madeleine. As her last name was English, Allen, it became Francicized in the church records and she became known as Marie Madeleine Helene. It is easy to picture how the pronunciation of Allen became Helene. Guillaume and Marie Madeleine were married at St. Anne de Bout De L'Ile on the 27 April 1710. They had ten children, 6 boys and 4 girls, between 1712 and 1730. It appears they moved from Ste. Anne to Ile Perrot around 1719 as the record of births show Ile Perrot beginning in 1719. There is also a note in Guillaume's record showing "engage Ouest 1717". That means that he did a season as a voyageur in the fur trade. At that time the voyageurs left Lachine in the spring with goods to trade with and returned in the fall with furs.. He settled in Ile Perrot sometime between April 1717 and May 1719 as the birth record for André, (our ancestor) shows he was born on April 10, 1717 and his brother Albert was born on May 27, 1719 at Ile Perrot. It is probable that Marc Lalonde is a descendant of this family as he still lives on Ile Perrot.

    Marriage Certificate Guillaume Lalonde- Sarah Allen:

    Le vingt et septième jour du mois d àvril. mil sept cent dix jài sousigné prêtre faisant les fonctions curiales de la paroisse de St. Louis, donnÉ labénédiction nuptiale au Guillaume Lalonde habitant de cette paroisse agé de près de vingt et six ans fils de defunct Jean Lalonde et marie barbary ses père et mère de cette paroisse et de Marie-Magdeleine Hélène (Edeline) âgée de dix neuf ans fille de Hedade Hélène et Minge Hépein ses père et mère anglais résidents au village de Deerfield demeurant en cette paroisse après avoir publié les trois bans le six le treize et le vingt des dits mois et en est n'ayant paru aucun empêchement au présent mariage. Temoins, Jean Lalonde frère du dit epoux habitant de cette paroisse, Michel Brabant habitant de cette paroisse, de Pierre Sauvé dit Laplante habitant de cette paroisse, de Jean-Baptiste Comte demeurant a
    Villemarie, demeurant presentment en cette paroisse en qualité de habitant et de plusieurs autres parents et amis lesquels ont declare ne scavoir signé de ce interpelle suivant l'ordinance à l'exception de Marie Magdeleine Hélène lacquel a signé avec moy et du dit Jean-Baptiste Comte lacquel a aussi signer avec moi.

    M.M. Hélène
    Marie Quenet
    Guillet
    Louise Châle
    R.C. DeBreslay

    Loose transalation of the above marriage certificate by Thérèse Séguin (March 6, 2000).

    The 27th day of April 1910, as parish priest of St. Louis Church, the undersigned gave nuptial blessing to Guillame Lalonde, a parishioner, age 26, son of deceased Jean Lalonde and Marie Barbary, father and mother, of this parish, and of Marie-Magdeline Helene (Edeline) 19 years old daughter of Hedade Helene (Edward Allen) and Minge Hepein (Mercy Painter), father and mother, english residents of Deerfield Village, residing in this parish after reading of the bans, the sixth, thirteen and twentieth of the tenth month, and having received no denials to the aforegoing marriage. Witnesses, Jean Lalonde, brother of the spouse, belonging to this parish, Michel Brabant, belonging to this parish, Pierre Sauve, dit Laplante, belonging to this parish, Jean-Baptiste Comte, from Villemarie, presently living in this parish and multiple other parents and friends who have declared not knowingly signed the following interpreted ordinance the the exception of Marie Magdeline Heline who has signed with me and du dit Jean-Baptiste Comte who has also signed with me.

    He was married to Sarah Allen (daughter of Edward Allen and Mercy Painter) on 27 Apr 1710 in St. Anne Bout De L'Ile. Sarah Allen (3) was born on 1 May 1692 in Deerfield, Mass. She was baptized on 30 May 1705 in St. Anne de bout de L'ile. She died on 25 Dec 1764 in St. Joseph de Soulanges. BIO: Marie Madeleine Helene was born Sarah Allen at Deerfield Mass. in 1692. She is listed as the daughter of Mary Painter and Edward Allen of Deerfield Mass. On Feb 29, 1704 a body of 200 Abenakis and mission Iroquois and 50 Canadians attacked the town of Deerfield, killing 47 and carrying off 111 prisoners. Marie-Madeleine, who was 12 at the time, was among the prisoners. By 1705 she was living as a domestic in the home of Jean Quenet located two farms away from the Lalondes at Baie D'Urfe. She was baptized Marie-Madeleine Helene in 1705. Sarah was one of nine children of the Allens of Deerfield. The Allens lived in one of the fourteen houses located in the southern part of Deerfield. This area was not penetrated by the attack, however it appears that Sarah was away from home at the time of the attack and was taken prisoner. She arrived in Chambly April 1, 1704. By 1705, she was living at the home of Jean Quenet at Baie D'Urfee. She probably was purchased by Jean Quenet to act as a domestic in his home there. Jean Quenet was a successful merchant with property in Lachine and Montréal. He imported fashions from Paris. Sarah was baptised Marie-Madeleine Helene at about this time. In 1710 she married Guillaume Lalonde the youngest son of Jean De Lalonde. They had 10 children. We are descended from the fourth, André born in 1717.

    From 1705 to 1707 there were three missions from Deerfield to Québec led by Ensign John Sheldon. On the third mission in 1707, Edward Allen, Sarah's father and Deacon Edmund Rice accompanied him. From late June until August 11th they were in Montréal. I have not found any details of the negotiations that occurred or whether Edward Allen saw his daughter and witnessedher reaction. At that time a number of the captives had been converted to Catholicism and refused to return home.




    Father: Jean Lalonde b: ABT 1641 in Notre-Dame, v. Le Havre, archev. Rouen, Normandie (ar. Le Havre, Seine-Maritime), France
    Mother: Marie Barbant dit Balan b: ABT 1648 in St-Remy, v. Dieppe, archev. Rouen, Normandie (ar. Dieppe, Seine-Maritime), France

    Marriage 1 Sarah Allen b: 01 MAY 1692 in Deerfield, Massachusetts, USA
    • Married: 27 APR 1710 in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec, Canada 2
    Children
    1. Has Children Edouard Lalonde b: 06 MAY 1712 in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec, Canada
    2. Has No Children Marie-Louise Lalonde b: 08 NOV 1713 in Pointe-Claire, Québec, Canada
    3. Has No Children Louis Lalonde b: 30 AUG 1715 in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec, Canada
    4. Has Children André Lalonde b: 09 APR 1717 in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec, Canada
    5. Has No Children Albert Lalonde b: 27 MAY 1719 in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec, Canada
    6. Has Children Marie-François Lalonde b: 02 JUL 1721 in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec, Canada
    7. Has No Children Marie-Josèphe Lalonde b: 11 MAR 1724 in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec, Canada
    8. Has No Children Joseph Marie Lalonde b: 19 NOV 1725 in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec, Canada
    9. Has No Children Marie-Geneviève Lalonde b: 27 OCT 1727 in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec, Canada
    10. Has Children Guillaume Lalonde b: 19 JUN 1730 in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec, Canada
    11. Has No Children Marie-Anne Lalonde b: 31 JUL 1732 in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec, Canada
    12. Has No Children Jean-Baptiste Lalonde b: 15 JUN 1734 in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec, Canada

    Sources:
    1. Author: Created by professors Hubert Charbonneau and Jacques Légaré, the PRDH is housed at the Demography department of the Université de Montréal; the data bank is managed by Bertrand Desjardins
      Title: Programme de recherche en démographie historique (PRDH)
      Publication: Name: 1966-2000;
      Repository:
        Name: Université de Montréal

      Note:
      Source Medium: Church Record
      Source Quality: Good

      Interrelated sections of the PRDH data bank are: a Repertory of vital events (VE) (1621-1799), a Genealogical dictionary of families (FAM) (1621-1765), and a Repertory of couples and filial relations (COUP) (1621-1799).

      Page: FAM 3063
    2. Author: Created by professors Hubert Charbonneau and Jacques Légaré, the PRDH is housed at the Demography department of the Université de Montréal; the data bank is managed by Bertrand Desjardins
      Title: Programme de recherche en démographie historique (PRDH)
      Publication: Name: 1966-2000;
      Repository:
        Name: Université de Montréal

      Note:
      Source Medium: Church Record
      Source Quality: Good

      Interrelated sections of the PRDH data bank are: a Repertory of vital events (VE) (1621-1799), a Genealogical dictionary of families (FAM) (1621-1765), and a Repertory of couples and filial relations (COUP) (1621-1799).

      Page: FAM 10633

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