Historical Research - A.Our First Ancestors

A.Our First Ancestors

Capsule 1 - B - The Ancestral Land History  -  by claudematte|ALL

Former official cadaster :

Lot # 240


 Currently: # 3506971(at the bottom of the Highway 40 up to the Canadian National Railway)     

#3506983 (down from the railway of the Canadian National to Highway 138)

 #3506995 (down from route 138 to the fleuve St. Laurent)    

             

Nicolas Matte (2,1.-1) is granted a concession of two acres wide by 40 deep, before notary Rageot G., on 31 May 1672. The Catalonia map of 1709 and the census of 1725 show that Nicolas Matte’s son; Nicolas (5.2.1.-1) owns this land. Then, circa 1760, it is passed on to Jean & Augustin Matte. Then, Jean-Baptiste Matte receives it from his mother before notary Larue on June 20, 1790. In 1828, it goes to Jean-Baptiste Matte, son of the former.  In 1859, it belongs to his widow Marie-Anne Langlois. In 1879, Jos Denis acquired it and he gave it to Hypolythe Denis. Hypolythe sold it to J. Dubuc in 1883 and in 1887 J.B. Bernard got it from the Sheriff. Jos Doré bought it in 1888 and he passed it on to his son Jos Doré in 1919. In 1923, an agreement was made for an aqueduct. In 1927 a part is sold to the Canadian Govt. and in 1941 to the Govt. Quebec. In 1955, Jos Doré sold it to André Deschênes. In 1959, Marie-Anne Bernier, the widow P. Déry bought it and sold it to Pierre Warren in 1964. André Simard and Madeleine Savard acquired it in 1990. They sold to Pierre Provencher in 1994. In 2005, Guylaine Bédard and Stéphane Julien acquired the land. Since 2007, Stéphane Julien owns it totally. It is located at 1348, road 138, Neuville, Portneuf County, province of Quebec, Canada

     Identification of persons by marriages

                        Nicolas Matte (Quebec 12-10-1671) Madeleine Auvray

Nicolas Matte (Neuville 20-04-1705) Marie Angélique Coquin

Jean-Baptiste Matte (Neuville 27-04-1740) Charlotte Pelletier

                                    (The Squirrels 23-01-1758) Françoise Gariépy

Augustin Matte (Neuville 24-07-1747) Madeleine Proux

                              (Neuville 18-01-1762) Thérèse Trépanier

Jean B. Matte (Neuville 02-02-1795) Thérèse Angers

 Jean-Baptiste Matte (Neuville 04-02-1828) Marie Anne Langlois

 Joseph Denis (Neuville 06-03-1848) Elisabeth Matte

 Hyppolyte Denis (Neuville 15-02-1881) Marie Robitaille

                             (Neuville 03-01-1888) Odélie Robitaille

 Joseph Dubuc (11-06-1883)

 J.B. Bernard (1887) acquit by Shérif

 Joseph Doré (Saint-Augustin de Desmaures 26-01-1858) Marie Rochette

 Jos Dore, fils (St. Roch, Quebec 10-06-1912) Yvonne Lachance

André Deschênes (Price ??-12-1936) Aurea Levesque 


Marie-Anne Bernier, widow of P. Déry (purchase 1959)

Pierre Warren (purchase 1964) Marguerite Dastous

          André Simard (married 1968-05-14) Madeline Savard

Pierre Provencher (purchase 1994)

Guylaine Bédard et Stéphane Julien (purchase 2005)

Stéphane Julien (Neuville 26-7-2005)

Here are, in order, the notarized documents  

regarding the ancestral land

In the French capsule, the available notarial act  is published in its entirety.

                            In the English capsule, we only publish the summary.

                     228th page

 Summary 

Date : made May 15, 1882, filed June 17, 1882

Notary: Me Léonidas Prasède Bernard, Cap-Santé, Portneuf County, district & province of Quebec, Canada

Seller: Joseph Denis, Pointes - aux Trembles (Neuville), Attorney for  Marie Anne  Langlois,

            for half of the property and Ms. Jean-Baptiste Matte (patent to St-Ubald 24/4/1882)

            for the other half, heir to her deceased brother Jean-Baptiste Matte He died about 43 years ago, for lot 240.

       Joseph Denis, farmer Pointe-aux-Trembles (Neuville), for lot 237

Marital status: married with Mrs Élisabeth Matte (Joseph Denis)

Buyer: Hypolite Denis, their son

Marital status: Marie Robitaille, then Odélie Robitaille

Land: Lot #240: located on  road no. 1, parish of Pointe - aux-Trembles, a piece of land measuring

                           2 arpents of frontage by 40 arpents deep, to the South by the St. Lawrence River,

                           to the North, part by the buyer as well as a certain  Manny, and to the west by Xavier Delisle

      Lot #237 *: plot of land, an acre & half of frontage by  four deep, to the south byJ. Patton,

                         To the north by Royal road, and to the northeast by Nérée Gingras, and to the

                         southwest by a private road.

Price: $1,600.00 paid prior to execution

* Lot 237 is right down the road 138 on the map on page 6

291th page

Summary 

Date: Filed on June 11, 1883.

Notary: Me Léonidas Prasède Bernard, Cap-Santé, Portneuf County, district & province of  

              Quebec, Canada

Seller: Hypolite Denis, farmer from Pointes – aux- Trembles (Neuville),.

Buyer: Joseph Dubuc, farmer from Pointe - aux-Trembles

Land: 1e A land of two acres of frontage by  40 acres deep except the part of the heirs to Patton.  Lot 240

2A land of an acre & half of frontage by  approximately thirty acres  deep, bounded to the front by the location of representatives Venner, to the North by the  2nd Road, located on the 1st rural road of the said parish. Lot 239 * (see page 6)

           3e A lot of land to the South of the 1st rural road, an acre and a half of frontage by 4 to 5 deep. Lot 237 (see page 6)

        4e A  land located in the second road of an acre & a half  of frontage, by approximately thirty-six        

            acres deep, bounded to the south by the Apple River , Damase Hardy to the North,  Nérée Tremblay to the Northeast and  H. Delisle to the Southwest. Part lot 311 (see *)

Price: $1 840.00 (balance of $1 150.00 at closing)

* A part of lot 239 had been purchased by Washington Venne in 1859

The lot 311 lot was bought by Joseph Dubuc through notary Robin in 1777, and then transferred to Joseph Dubuc his son, who transferred it to Germain Dubuc his son in 1835 and then to Joseph his son in 1862. He it is who is refered to in this sale.

Summary

 Notary: Me Léonidas Prasède Bernard, Cap-Santé, Portneuf County, district &  province of Quebec, Canada

Seller: Joseph Dubuc, farmer has the Pointes- aux-Trembles (Neuville).

           Buyer: J.B. Bernard, residing at Cap-Santé

Earth: 1e The land deuse acres of front on 40 acres of depth except part to Patton heirs. Lot 240

          2e A land of an acre & front half, on approximately thirty acres of deep, bounded

              in front location of representatives Venner, in depth in the North in front of   

              2nd Road, located at the 1st rank of the said parish.Lot 239 (see page 6)

          3e A plot of land to the South of the path of front of the 1st rank, an acre and a

              half front on 4 to 5 in depth. Lot 237 (see page 6)

      4e  A land located in the second row of an acre & a half of front, on approximately

           thirty-six acres of deep, bounded n the South River with apples, Damase Hardy  

           North, Northeast Nérée Tremblay, South-West at H. Delisle. Part of lot 311 (see page 9)

Price : 1,850.00 $

In 1908, the Committee of old families honored 273 Quebec families. For the commemoration of  the 300th of the Foundation of Québec, the Committee undeer the leadership of Mr. Edmond Valin of St - Augustin de Desmaures had the idea of  celebrating of the families still faithful to the homeland. Families that since 1708, maintained in their possession their ancestral land. This celebration would be the bright closing of the celebrations of the tricetenairy of the founding of Québec. On September 23, 1908  at Laval University  the highest dignitaries were pleased to attach the cross of honour on the chest of the noble descendants of the first settlers in the St. Lawrence Valley.

Devise : Ense, Cruce , Aratro (By the sword, by the cross and the plough)

This cross of honour was composed and designed by M. E. task, Deputy Minister of lands and forests, Quebec; performed by Mr. Abel Lafleur, engraver, Paris. The metal is silver gilded, being variously nuanced Maple leaves. The coat of arms of the Center is light green. The reverse is plan, and bears the following inscriptions: III * Centenaire de Québec - 1908, and, in addition, the name of the family who was awarded the decoration. The Ribbon, which has been the subject of a special manufacture in Saint - Étienne, France, is pink, striped moire silk in its length of two lines wide, Golden.

Family MATTE (Lot 240-1348 road 138, Neuville, Portneuf, Quebec)

Established at Pointe - aux-Trembles, Portneuf County, in 1702

1 - Nicolas, Saint-Cyr, Bishopric of Rouen, married in 1671, to Madeleine Auvray.

2 - Nicolas, married in 1705, to Marie - Angélique Cocquin.


3 - Augustine, married in 1747to Madeleine Proux, in 1762 to Thérèse Trepagnier

4. - Augustin married in 1772, Marie - Scholastique Vézina, in 1801, to Judith Bertrand.

http://www.famillecroteau.com/Patrimoine_files/Medaille%20de%201908%20envers.jpg5 - Paul married in 1808, to Madeleine Faucher.

6 - Paul married in 1844, to Marie - Archangel Létourneau.

7 - Augustin married in 1893 to Elise Gosselin.

Family MATTE (Lot 280 - 1650 - 2nd row West, Neuville, Portneuf, Quebec)

Established at Pointe - aux - Trembles, Portneuf County, in 1702

1. -Nicolas, Saint-Cyr, Bishop of Rouen, married in 1671, to Madeleine Auvray.

2 - Nicolas, married in 1705, to Marie - Angélique Cocquin.

3 - Nicolas, married in 1739, to Marie Godin.

4. -Nicolas, married in 1771, Marie-Geneviève Faucher.

5 - Nicolas, married in 1799 Angélique Mercure.

6 - Nicolas, married in 1833, Nathalie Létourneau.

7 - Joseph, in 1860, to Virginia Delisle, in 1877 to Phébée Langlois, 3 ° 1887, Philomène Delisle.

Three Matte land were honored , two in Neuville and Cap-Santé (that of Laurent)

 

  Summary

Date: Made March 29, 1911, recorded April 13, 1911

Notary: Mr. Henri Frédéric Smith, resident and practicing at the Pointe aux Trembles, Portneuf, in the province of Quebec,

Seller: Raoul Doré, stone cutter, Grand-Mere

Reason: Assigns all of the estate of his deceased mother Marie Rochette died 1900-03-20 and in the estate of his late father Joseph Thomas Doré, who died on 28/11/1910

Buyer: Joseph Doré(frère de Raoul), farmer in the Pointes - aux Trembles (Neuville).

Earth: 1e a land of 17 acres in area on the plans and book of formal referral of the cadastre of the Pointe - aux-Trembles lined in front by the st-Lawrence River, back to the parallel between first and second line, joining northern part to Nérée Gingras and part to Casimir Naud, southwest to Charles Julien, Lot 240

          2e a land in the second grant of an acre & a half front, approximately forty arpents deep, bounded in front to the endorsement of Siméon Dubuc less part forefront lands, with six acres of depth then the so-called Earth resume River Apple ends at its depth to the northeast to Nérée Gingras, Charles Julien Southwest. Lot 311. (see page 10)

Load: Pay the entire discharge all debts, take care of his sisters in the common home helping their brother to the extent possible.

Price : Unreadable

Note: Charges for the sisters struck March 30, 1937.

Summary: Convention of aqueduct (2180 slips) times of the present aqueduct

Date: Convention March 25, 1923, recorded December 3, 1923

Notary: Antoine Beaudry, resident of the Pointe-aux-Trembles, above the  

             parish of Ste-Anne de la Pérade

Topics: Alfred Julien, Joseph Doré, Gideon Gingras, Eusebius Beaudry,  

              resident of Pointe-aux-Trembles

Reason: Construct an aqueduct for personal needs,

When: Next summer season

Water intake: between lot 341 & 342 of the cadastre of the parish of   

                      Pointe-aux-Trembles, belonging to Sieur Alfred Julien

Construction: through lot 240 (Mr Joseph Doré), through lot 239   

                       (M.Gedeon Gingras), lot 238 (M. Eusebius Beaudry)    

                        through and through lot 243 (M. Joseph Béland)

Operation: Cannot be exploited for other times of the present aqueduct and  

                   without the consent of the other members,

Costs of repair or new construction made to common costs by the appearing persons or their representatives.

No members has the right to sell his share without the consent of the other members

Number : # 2724

Signed: Alfred Julien, Gédéon Gingras, Eusèbe Beaudry, Joseph Doré, Joseph Béland,

A, Beaudry, notary

Summary

Date : Sale September 27, 1955, recorded October 7, 1955

Notary : Me Jean-Baptiste Martel, Charlesbourg

Seller: Joseph Doré, farmer of Pointes - aux Trembles (Neuville),  

            acquired from Joseph M. Bernard on April 16, 1892

Marital status: Regime of the statutory community of

                         property with Marie-Anne Yvonne Lachance June 3, 1912

Buyer: André Deschênes, farmer's Price (County of Matane)

Marital status: legal community of property with Aurea Lévesque

Earth: Lot #240: Seventy-seven acres in area

Sub-Division lot 240: 1) 80-foot by 100-foot earth

                       belongs to Mr. Adrien Doré made by the seller on October 27, 1953

2) Edge of field, thirty-nine hundredth of acres (part 562), former right of way of the Canadian Northern Quebec Railway Company. Measuring 175 feet long by 100 feet wide, Bill of sale October 15, 1952

 (3) Easement: Electrical transmission of the Shawinigan Water & Power line

 Lot #332: Second row of the parish of Pointes-aux-Trembles, sixty acres of area,

  Lot #331: second row of the parish of Pointes-aux-Trembles, thirty acres

The two lots sold by Mr. Ernest Hardy October 12, 1927

Miscellaneous: Sugar shack with its tools, a farm, animals and tools, crops, a half-share in a threshing machine, and a table saw with Mr. Georges Julien, hay New Holland press.

Right in the hatchery of St-Augustin, Quebec Growers Union, Society of Aqueduct.

Price: $24,000.00 (already paid $ 10,500.00 on January 15, following $500 balance in 22 annual installments of $800 is $ 400 May 1st and $400 on November 1st (3% interest rate).  

Summary

Date: Sale 14 January 1959, recorded January 20, 1959

Notary: Me Paul Guillemette, Donnacona

Seller: André Deschênes, farmer of Neuville, acquired from Joseph Doré September 27, 1955

Marital status: married with Aurea Lévêque, living in  community of property without marriage contract

Mortgage: Mr. Joseph Doré, Quebec, deed of sale on September 27, 1955, gives its consent        

                  for reimbursement of $ 10,650.00 him remaining still due.

Buyer: Marie-Anne Bernier, Québec, widow not remarried to Mr. Paul-Émile Déry

Earth: Lot #240: Seventy-seven acres in area

Sub-Division lot 240: 1) Earth of 80-foot by 100-foot earth belongs to Mr. Adrien Doré made  

                                        by M. Joseph Doré October 27, 1953

 2) Ground edge (irregular shape), thirty-nine hundredth acres (part) 562,  

      former right of way of the Canadian Northern Quebec Railway  Company. Measuring 175 feet long by 100 feet wide, Bill of sale October 15, 1952 in favour of Mr. Joseph Doré

                               3) Easement: Electrical transmission of the Shawinigan Water & Power line

Lot # 332: second row of the parish of Pointes-aux-Trembles, sixty acres of area.

Lot # 331: second row of the parish of Pointes-aux-Trembles, thirty acres

The two lots sold by Mr. Ernest Hardy October 12, 1927

Miscellaneous: Sugar schack and tools to run the farm, animals and tools, crops, a half share  in a threshing machine, and a table saw with Mr. Georges Julien, hay New Holland press.

Rights in the aqueduct company, resulting from an act of convention, on March 23, 1923

Price: $23,650.00

(paid 10,000.00 cash, November 25 following 3,000.00 $(acquitté le 21/3/1960, interest rate 3%).

The balance to Mr. Joseph Doré (of Quebec) in 19 annual instalments of $800.00. Payable in 2 payments of $400.00 in May and $400.00 in November. First payment may 1, 1959, at a 3% interest rate. The mortgage was struck by release on November 12, 1961.

   

Summary

Date : Sale 25 November 1964, recorded December 1, 1964

Notary: Me Benoît Boulanger, Québec

Seller : Marie-Anna Bernier, domiciled at Neuville, acquired by Joseph Doré

            (André Deschênes) September 27, 1955

Marital status : Widow not remarried with Mr. P. Emile Déry in separation of property

Mortgagee: Mr. Joseph Doré, Quebec, Bill of Sale on the 27th September 1955, gives his consent for
                                          repayment of $ 10,650.00 still due.

Buyer: Pierre Warren, Engineering Council, 600 Grande Allée Est Québec.

Earth : Lot #240 : Seventy-seven acres in area

Subdivision lot 240 : 1) 80-foot by 100-foot earth belongs to M. Adrien Doré made by Mr. Joseph Doré

                                      October 27, 1953                            

                               2) Ground edge (irregular shape), thirty-nine    hundredth acres (part) 562, former right of way of the Canadian Northern Quebec Railway Company. Measuring 175 feet long by 100 feet wide, Bill of sale October 15, 1952 in favour of M. Joseph Doré

                                      3) Easement: electrical transmission of the Shawinigan Water & Power line

   Lot # 332 : second row of the parish of Pointes-aux-Trembles, sixty acres of area,

Lot # 331 : second row of the parish of Pointes - aux-Trembles, thirty acres        

   The two lots sold by Mr. Ernest Hardy October 12, 1927

Miscellaneous : Cabin at sugar, rigging, rolling farm, animals, instruments and tools, crops, a half share in a

                           threshing machine, and a table saw with Mr. Georges Julien, hay New Holland press.

Right in the aqueduct company, resulting from an act of convention, on March 23, 1923

Price: $29,000.00 ($ 15,101.32 cash balance $13,898.68 will pay to the office of credit Agricole of Quebec under a deed of loan to Marie-Anna Bennett.) Balance paid on February 5, 1965

Summary 

Date : 28 June 1990

Notary : Mr. Claude Bélanger, Charlesbourg, Quebec

Seller : Pierre Warren, retired engineer, 80 Bennett Quebec, acquired by Mrs. Paul Déry, widow, 

            acquired November 25, 1964

Marital status: Second wedding, Lady Marguerite Dastous, separation of property, January 24,

                        1958, before notary Ernest G. Sabloff

Purchasers: André Simard, boucher, and Madeleine Savard, secretary-receptionist, remaining 

                   1348 rte 138 Neuville, Quebec City,

Marital status: married, first married, May 14, 1968, notary Jean Girard

Earth : Lot #240 :

At) not subdivided part, part Northwest Highway 240, Northeast lot 238 & 239, Southeast lot

      240-1 & 240-2 and Highway 138, Southwest lot 240-2, part of lot 241. From Highway 40 to      

      Highway 138 by the width of the original batch.

(B) part unsubdivided, Northwest Highway 138, North lot 236 & 237, Southeast lot 236 & the

      St-Lawrence River, southwestern part of lot 241. Route 138 and the St. Lawrence River by

       the width of the original batch.

C) Part of original lot 562, former crossing of the Canadian Northern Quebec Railway ¨ passed

     through the lot described in B

Servitude :

Perpetual servitude pipeline Trans Québec & Maritime, Act of March 3, 1983, by the notary Ken Lachance

Non-access to autoroute 40, Act July 5, 1976 by the notary Edouard Aubé

Favour of Québec Téléphone, October 22, 1959

Crossing for the benefit of lot 236, April 4, 1959 by the notary Édouard Hamel     

Convention aqueduct Corporation, on March 25, 1923, by the notary Arthur Beaudry

Electrical transmission of the Shawinigan Water & Power line

On the lot described in C, passage of the said lot 562                                    

Price: $150,000.00 paid and paid

Transfer : $750.00 payable municipality of Pointe-aux-Trembles

Summary

Date: August 9, 1994, extract

Notary: Me Caroline Laberge, Boischatel, Quebec

Seller: André Simard, operator, born in Chicoutimi (14/03/1946) remaining 1348 rte 38 Neuville, Quebec, G0A 2R0 and Madeleine Savard, Secretary-Receptionist, born in Chicoutimi (27/04/1947) residing at 1535 St - Paul, l'ancienne-Lorette, G2E 2 A 3.

Acquirer: Pierre Provencher, Director, born Montreal (21/8/1946), resident 1596 Bonne-Entente, St-Pierre, Quebec, G0A 4E0

Earth : Lot #240 :

A) part not subdivided, northwestern part Highway 240, northeast lot 238 & 239, southeast lot 240-1
& 240-2 and Route 138, southwest lot 240-2, part of lot 241. From Highway 40 to Highway 138 through

the width of the original lot, (116.95m wide by 1.625 long)

B) part not subdivided, part north-west road 138, northeast lot 236 & 237, southeast lot 236 & 562,
Southwest bet lot 241, (116.95m wide by 525m long).

(C) part not subdivided, northwestern part by lot 562, northeast lot 236, southeast lot 240, south-eastwest part lot 241, (43.85 m wide by 58 m long part of lot 562, former passage of the Canadian Northern Quebec Railway passed through of the lot described in B, (30.48 m wide by 58 m long).

Price: $ 185,000.00 cash paid

Transfer tax: $ 1,600.00 payable to Pointe-aux-Trembles

 Summary

Date : July 25, 2005

Notary : Me Raynald Leclerc, Notre-Dame de Portneuf, Portneuf County, province of Quebec

Seller: Pierre Provencher, Annuitant, 1348 route 138, Neuville, G0A 2R0. Acquired from André Simard and Madeleine Savard on August 9, 1994

Marital status: Divorce from Diane Auger dated June 17, 1999

Buyers : - Guylaine Bédard, intervener, 91 of Lisieux, Pont-Rouge, G3H 1S3

  • Julien Stéphane, farmer, 1372 route 138 Neuville province Quebec, G0A 2R0

Marital status: Guylaine Bédard, major and single & Stéphane Julien, single and major

Earth : Lot #240 :

  1. part bounded: Northwest Highway 240, Northeast lot 238 & 239, Southeast lot 240-1 & 240-2 and Highway 138, Southwest lot 240-2, 

      part of lot 241. From Highway 40 to Highway 138 by the original 240-1 and 240-2 width

  1. part bounded: Northwest Highway 138, Northeast lot 237 & part lot 236, southeastern part of lot 236 & lot 562 (belonging to André 

       Simard and Madeleine Savard or representatives), southwestern part of lot 241, 2 acres of wide in its regular part

  1. part bounded: Northwest by lot 562, Northeast lot 236, southeastern St. Lawrence, southwestern part of lot 241, 1 arpent 

      northwesterly, contained between the former crossing railway line and the St-Lawrence River

D) part lot 562: Northwest and Southeast by part of lot 240 Northeast, southwest part of lot 562, 1 acre on Northwest and Southeast, 100 feet to Northeast and Southwest. Corner is 562 intersection Southeast line of lot lot 562 and line separating 236 & 240. Subject the said immoveable dated September 5, 2002, made by the land surveyor Richard Carrier

 Easement: even the contract between Pierre Provencher and André Simard

Price: 275, $000.00 paid, right transfer: $2,625.00 City of Neuville

Summary

Date : April 20, 2007

Notary : Me Raynald Leclerc, Notre-Dame de Portneuf, Portneuf County, province of Quebec Assignor: Guylaine Bédard, psycho-educator, 91 of Lisieux, Pont-Rouge, G3H 1S3, acquired from Pierre Provencher on 25 July 2005, notary Raynald Leclerc

Marital status: single and major

Assignee: Stéphane Julien, farmer, 1372 route 138 Neuville province Quebec, G0A 2R0 marital status: single and major

Assignment of right

Designation: half (½ Ind.) undivided land: 

Earth : Lot #240 :

A) part bounded: Northwest Highway 40, North lot 238 & 239, Southeast lot 240-1 & 240-2 and Highway 138, Southwest lot 240-2, part of lot 241. From Highway 40 to Highway 138 by the original 240-1 and 240-2 width.

B) part bounded: Northwest Highway 138, Northeast lot 237 & part lot 236, southeastern part of lot 236 & lot 562 (belonging to André Simard and Madeleine Savard or representatives), Southwestern bet of lot 241, 2 acres of wide in its regular part.

C) part bounded: Northwest by lot 562, Northeast lot 236, southeastern St. Lawrence, southwestern part of lot 241, 1 arpent northwesterly, contained between the former crossing railway line and the St-Lawrence River.

D) part lot 562: Northwest and Southeast by part of lot 240 Northeast, southwest part of lot 562, 1 acre on Northwest and Southeast, 100 feet to Northeast and Southwest. Corner is 562 intersection Southeast line of lot lot 562 and line separating 236 & 240. Subject the said immoveable dated September 5, 2002, made by the land surveyor Richard Carrier

 Easement: even the contract between Pierre Provencher and André Simard

Price:  a) 150,820.53 $ paid no later than May 1st, 2007 by the transferee

           b) pay balance remaining on duty in the originating amount of $125,000.00

              (Mortgage, Caisse Populaire de Neuville)

Stéphane Julien became sole owner

 Transfer: $1,258.00 town of Neuville.

  Exempt property (land) is part of a farm

  Certificate of location:-Maurice Grenier, land surveyor, dated June 26, 1990

On 8 August 2015, took place the 1st gathering

On 8 August 2015, took place the 1st gathering of the Association of the Matte of America on ancestral land at 1348, Highway 138 in Neuville Portneuf County, provine of Quebec, Canadanty, province of Quebec, Canada

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Capsule 1- B (27 Pages) Format PDF: 

- The Ancestral Land History

The capsules # 00 are information bearing the word Matte, the capsules # 0 are of general information used to complete the capsules identified # -1 (Charles) or # 1 (Nicolas and Madeleine) or # 2 (children) , etc., which correspond to lineages of Matte ancestors.

Former official cadaster :

Lot # 240


 Currently: # 3506971(at the bottom of the Highway 40 up to the Canadian National Railway)     

#3506983 (down from the railway of the Canadian National to Highway 138)

 #3506995 (down from route 138 to the fleuve St. Laurent)    

             

Nicolas Matte (2,1.-1) is granted a concession of two acres wide by 40 deep, before notary Rageot G., on 31 May 1672. The Catalonia map of 1709 and the census of 1725 show that Nicolas Matte’s son; Nicolas (5.2.1.-1) owns this land. Then, circa 1760, it is passed on to Jean & Augustin Matte. Then, Jean-Baptiste Matte receives it from his mother before notary Larue on June 20, 1790. In 1828, it goes to Jean-Baptiste Matte, son of the former.  In 1859, it belongs to his widow Marie-Anne Langlois. In 1879, Jos Denis acquired it and he gave it to Hypolythe Denis. Hypolythe sold it to J. Dubuc in 1883 and in 1887 J.B. Bernard got it from the Sheriff. Jos Doré bought it in 1888 and he passed it on to his son Jos Doré in 1919. In 1923, an agreement was made for an aqueduct. In 1927 a part is sold to the Canadian Govt. and in 1941 to the Govt. Quebec. In 1955, Jos Doré sold it to André Deschênes. In 1959, Marie-Anne Bernier, the widow P. Déry bought it and sold it to Pierre Warren in 1964. André Simard and Madeleine Savard acquired it in 1990. They sold to Pierre Provencher in 1994. In 2005, Guylaine Bédard and Stéphane Julien acquired the land. Since 2007, Stéphane Julien owns it totally. It is located at 1348, road 138, Neuville, Portneuf County, province of Quebec, Canada

     Identification of persons by marriages

                        Nicolas Matte (Quebec 12-10-1671) Madeleine Auvray

Nicolas Matte (Neuville 20-04-1705) Marie Angélique Coquin

Jean-Baptiste Matte (Neuville 27-04-1740) Charlotte Pelletier

                                    (The Squirrels 23-01-1758) Françoise Gariépy

Augustin Matte (Neuville 24-07-1747) Madeleine Proux

                              (Neuville 18-01-1762) Thérèse Trépanier

Jean B. Matte (Neuville 02-02-1795) Thérèse Angers

 Jean-Baptiste Matte (Neuville 04-02-1828) Marie Anne Langlois

 Joseph Denis (Neuville 06-03-1848) Elisabeth Matte

 Hyppolyte Denis (Neuville 15-02-1881) Marie Robitaille

                             (Neuville 03-01-1888) Odélie Robitaille

 Joseph Dubuc (11-06-1883)

 J.B. Bernard (1887) acquit by Shérif

 Joseph Doré (Saint-Augustin de Desmaures 26-01-1858) Marie Rochette

 Jos Dore, fils (St. Roch, Quebec 10-06-1912) Yvonne Lachance

André Deschênes (Price ??-12-1936) Aurea Levesque 


Marie-Anne Bernier, widow of P. Déry (purchase 1959)

Pierre Warren (purchase 1964) Marguerite Dastous

          André Simard (married 1968-05-14) Madeline Savard

Pierre Provencher (purchase 1994)

Guylaine Bédard et Stéphane Julien (purchase 2005)

Stéphane Julien (Neuville 26-7-2005)

Here are, in order, the notarized documents  

regarding the ancestral land

In the French capsule, the available notarial act  is published in its entirety.

                            In the English capsule, we only publish the summary.

                     228th page

 Summary 

Date : made May 15, 1882, filed June 17, 1882

Notary: Me Léonidas Prasède Bernard, Cap-Santé, Portneuf County, district & province of Quebec, Canada

Seller: Joseph Denis, Pointes - aux Trembles (Neuville), Attorney for  Marie Anne  Langlois,

            for half of the property and Ms. Jean-Baptiste Matte (patent to St-Ubald 24/4/1882)

            for the other half, heir to her deceased brother Jean-Baptiste Matte He died about 43 years ago, for lot 240.

       Joseph Denis, farmer Pointe-aux-Trembles (Neuville), for lot 237

Marital status: married with Mrs Élisabeth Matte (Joseph Denis)

Buyer: Hypolite Denis, their son

Marital status: Marie Robitaille, then Odélie Robitaille

Land: Lot #240: located on  road no. 1, parish of Pointe - aux-Trembles, a piece of land measuring

                           2 arpents of frontage by 40 arpents deep, to the South by the St. Lawrence River,

                           to the North, part by the buyer as well as a certain  Manny, and to the west by Xavier Delisle

      Lot #237 *: plot of land, an acre & half of frontage by  four deep, to the south byJ. Patton,

                         To the north by Royal road, and to the northeast by Nérée Gingras, and to the

                         southwest by a private road.

Price: $1,600.00 paid prior to execution

* Lot 237 is right down the road 138 on the map on page 6

291th page

Summary 

Date: Filed on June 11, 1883.

Notary: Me Léonidas Prasède Bernard, Cap-Santé, Portneuf County, district & province of  

              Quebec, Canada

Seller: Hypolite Denis, farmer from Pointes – aux- Trembles (Neuville),.

Buyer: Joseph Dubuc, farmer from Pointe - aux-Trembles

Land: 1e A land of two acres of frontage by  40 acres deep except the part of the heirs to Patton.  Lot 240

2A land of an acre & half of frontage by  approximately thirty acres  deep, bounded to the front by the location of representatives Venner, to the North by the  2nd Road, located on the 1st rural road of the said parish. Lot 239 * (see page 6)

           3e A lot of land to the South of the 1st rural road, an acre and a half of frontage by 4 to 5 deep. Lot 237 (see page 6)

        4e A  land located in the second road of an acre & a half  of frontage, by approximately thirty-six        

            acres deep, bounded to the south by the Apple River , Damase Hardy to the North,  Nérée Tremblay to the Northeast and  H. Delisle to the Southwest. Part lot 311 (see *)

Price: $1 840.00 (balance of $1 150.00 at closing)

* A part of lot 239 had been purchased by Washington Venne in 1859

The lot 311 lot was bought by Joseph Dubuc through notary Robin in 1777, and then transferred to Joseph Dubuc his son, who transferred it to Germain Dubuc his son in 1835 and then to Joseph his son in 1862. He it is who is refered to in this sale.

Summary

 Notary: Me Léonidas Prasède Bernard, Cap-Santé, Portneuf County, district &  province of Quebec, Canada

Seller: Joseph Dubuc, farmer has the Pointes- aux-Trembles (Neuville).

           Buyer: J.B. Bernard, residing at Cap-Santé

Earth: 1e The land deuse acres of front on 40 acres of depth except part to Patton heirs. Lot 240

          2e A land of an acre & front half, on approximately thirty acres of deep, bounded

              in front location of representatives Venner, in depth in the North in front of   

              2nd Road, located at the 1st rank of the said parish.Lot 239 (see page 6)

          3e A plot of land to the South of the path of front of the 1st rank, an acre and a

              half front on 4 to 5 in depth. Lot 237 (see page 6)

      4e  A land located in the second row of an acre & a half of front, on approximately

           thirty-six acres of deep, bounded n the South River with apples, Damase Hardy  

           North, Northeast Nérée Tremblay, South-West at H. Delisle. Part of lot 311 (see page 9)

Price : 1,850.00 $

In 1908, the Committee of old families honored 273 Quebec families. For the commemoration of  the 300th of the Foundation of Québec, the Committee undeer the leadership of Mr. Edmond Valin of St - Augustin de Desmaures had the idea of  celebrating of the families still faithful to the homeland. Families that since 1708, maintained in their possession their ancestral land. This celebration would be the bright closing of the celebrations of the tricetenairy of the founding of Québec. On September 23, 1908  at Laval University  the highest dignitaries were pleased to attach the cross of honour on the chest of the noble descendants of the first settlers in the St. Lawrence Valley.

Devise : Ense, Cruce , Aratro (By the sword, by the cross and the plough)

This cross of honour was composed and designed by M. E. task, Deputy Minister of lands and forests, Quebec; performed by Mr. Abel Lafleur, engraver, Paris. The metal is silver gilded, being variously nuanced Maple leaves. The coat of arms of the Center is light green. The reverse is plan, and bears the following inscriptions: III * Centenaire de Québec - 1908, and, in addition, the name of the family who was awarded the decoration. The Ribbon, which has been the subject of a special manufacture in Saint - Étienne, France, is pink, striped moire silk in its length of two lines wide, Golden.

Family MATTE (Lot 240-1348 road 138, Neuville, Portneuf, Quebec)

Established at Pointe - aux-Trembles, Portneuf County, in 1702

1 - Nicolas, Saint-Cyr, Bishopric of Rouen, married in 1671, to Madeleine Auvray.

2 - Nicolas, married in 1705, to Marie - Angélique Cocquin.


3 - Augustine, married in 1747to Madeleine Proux, in 1762 to Thérèse Trepagnier

4. - Augustin married in 1772, Marie - Scholastique Vézina, in 1801, to Judith Bertrand.

http://www.famillecroteau.com/Patrimoine_files/Medaille%20de%201908%20envers.jpg5 - Paul married in 1808, to Madeleine Faucher.

6 - Paul married in 1844, to Marie - Archangel Létourneau.

7 - Augustin married in 1893 to Elise Gosselin.

Family MATTE (Lot 280 - 1650 - 2nd row West, Neuville, Portneuf, Quebec)

Established at Pointe - aux - Trembles, Portneuf County, in 1702

1. -Nicolas, Saint-Cyr, Bishop of Rouen, married in 1671, to Madeleine Auvray.

2 - Nicolas, married in 1705, to Marie - Angélique Cocquin.

3 - Nicolas, married in 1739, to Marie Godin.

4. -Nicolas, married in 1771, Marie-Geneviève Faucher.

5 - Nicolas, married in 1799 Angélique Mercure.

6 - Nicolas, married in 1833, Nathalie Létourneau.

7 - Joseph, in 1860, to Virginia Delisle, in 1877 to Phébée Langlois, 3 ° 1887, Philomène Delisle.

Three Matte land were honored , two in Neuville and Cap-Santé (that of Laurent)

 

  Summary

Date: Made March 29, 1911, recorded April 13, 1911

Notary: Mr. Henri Frédéric Smith, resident and practicing at the Pointe aux Trembles, Portneuf, in the province of Quebec,

Seller: Raoul Doré, stone cutter, Grand-Mere

Reason: Assigns all of the estate of his deceased mother Marie Rochette died 1900-03-20 and in the estate of his late father Joseph Thomas Doré, who died on 28/11/1910

Buyer: Joseph Doré(frère de Raoul), farmer in the Pointes - aux Trembles (Neuville).

Earth: 1e a land of 17 acres in area on the plans and book of formal referral of the cadastre of the Pointe - aux-Trembles lined in front by the st-Lawrence River, back to the parallel between first and second line, joining northern part to Nérée Gingras and part to Casimir Naud, southwest to Charles Julien, Lot 240

          2e a land in the second grant of an acre & a half front, approximately forty arpents deep, bounded in front to the endorsement of Siméon Dubuc less part forefront lands, with six acres of depth then the so-called Earth resume River Apple ends at its depth to the northeast to Nérée Gingras, Charles Julien Southwest. Lot 311. (see page 10)

Load: Pay the entire discharge all debts, take care of his sisters in the common home helping their brother to the extent possible.

Price : Unreadable

Note: Charges for the sisters struck March 30, 1937.

Summary: Convention of aqueduct (2180 slips) times of the present aqueduct

Date: Convention March 25, 1923, recorded December 3, 1923

Notary: Antoine Beaudry, resident of the Pointe-aux-Trembles, above the  

             parish of Ste-Anne de la Pérade

Topics: Alfred Julien, Joseph Doré, Gideon Gingras, Eusebius Beaudry,  

              resident of Pointe-aux-Trembles

Reason: Construct an aqueduct for personal needs,

When: Next summer season

Water intake: between lot 341 & 342 of the cadastre of the parish of   

                      Pointe-aux-Trembles, belonging to Sieur Alfred Julien

Construction: through lot 240 (Mr Joseph Doré), through lot 239   

                       (M.Gedeon Gingras), lot 238 (M. Eusebius Beaudry)    

                        through and through lot 243 (M. Joseph Béland)

Operation: Cannot be exploited for other times of the present aqueduct and  

                   without the consent of the other members,

Costs of repair or new construction made to common costs by the appearing persons or their representatives.

No members has the right to sell his share without the consent of the other members

Number : # 2724

Signed: Alfred Julien, Gédéon Gingras, Eusèbe Beaudry, Joseph Doré, Joseph Béland,

A, Beaudry, notary

Summary

Date : Sale September 27, 1955, recorded October 7, 1955

Notary : Me Jean-Baptiste Martel, Charlesbourg

Seller: Joseph Doré, farmer of Pointes - aux Trembles (Neuville),  

            acquired from Joseph M. Bernard on April 16, 1892

Marital status: Regime of the statutory community of

                         property with Marie-Anne Yvonne Lachance June 3, 1912

Buyer: André Deschênes, farmer's Price (County of Matane)

Marital status: legal community of property with Aurea Lévesque

Earth: Lot #240: Seventy-seven acres in area

Sub-Division lot 240: 1) 80-foot by 100-foot earth

                       belongs to Mr. Adrien Doré made by the seller on October 27, 1953

2) Edge of field, thirty-nine hundredth of acres (part 562), former right of way of the Canadian Northern Quebec Railway Company. Measuring 175 feet long by 100 feet wide, Bill of sale October 15, 1952

 (3) Easement: Electrical transmission of the Shawinigan Water & Power line

 Lot #332: Second row of the parish of Pointes-aux-Trembles, sixty acres of area,

  Lot #331: second row of the parish of Pointes-aux-Trembles, thirty acres

The two lots sold by Mr. Ernest Hardy October 12, 1927

Miscellaneous: Sugar shack with its tools, a farm, animals and tools, crops, a half-share in a threshing machine, and a table saw with Mr. Georges Julien, hay New Holland press.

Right in the hatchery of St-Augustin, Quebec Growers Union, Society of Aqueduct.

Price: $24,000.00 (already paid $ 10,500.00 on January 15, following $500 balance in 22 annual installments of $800 is $ 400 May 1st and $400 on November 1st (3% interest rate).  

Summary

Date: Sale 14 January 1959, recorded January 20, 1959

Notary: Me Paul Guillemette, Donnacona

Seller: André Deschênes, farmer of Neuville, acquired from Joseph Doré September 27, 1955

Marital status: married with Aurea Lévêque, living in  community of property without marriage contract

Mortgage: Mr. Joseph Doré, Quebec, deed of sale on September 27, 1955, gives its consent        

                  for reimbursement of $ 10,650.00 him remaining still due.

Buyer: Marie-Anne Bernier, Québec, widow not remarried to Mr. Paul-Émile Déry

Earth: Lot #240: Seventy-seven acres in area

Sub-Division lot 240: 1) Earth of 80-foot by 100-foot earth belongs to Mr. Adrien Doré made  

                                        by M. Joseph Doré October 27, 1953

 2) Ground edge (irregular shape), thirty-nine hundredth acres (part) 562,  

      former right of way of the Canadian Northern Quebec Railway  Company. Measuring 175 feet long by 100 feet wide, Bill of sale October 15, 1952 in favour of Mr. Joseph Doré

                               3) Easement: Electrical transmission of the Shawinigan Water & Power line

Lot # 332: second row of the parish of Pointes-aux-Trembles, sixty acres of area.

Lot # 331: second row of the parish of Pointes-aux-Trembles, thirty acres

The two lots sold by Mr. Ernest Hardy October 12, 1927

Miscellaneous: Sugar schack and tools to run the farm, animals and tools, crops, a half share  in a threshing machine, and a table saw with Mr. Georges Julien, hay New Holland press.

Rights in the aqueduct company, resulting from an act of convention, on March 23, 1923

Price: $23,650.00

(paid 10,000.00 cash, November 25 following 3,000.00 $(acquitté le 21/3/1960, interest rate 3%).

The balance to Mr. Joseph Doré (of Quebec) in 19 annual instalments of $800.00. Payable in 2 payments of $400.00 in May and $400.00 in November. First payment may 1, 1959, at a 3% interest rate. The mortgage was struck by release on November 12, 1961.

   

Summary

Date : Sale 25 November 1964, recorded December 1, 1964

Notary: Me Benoît Boulanger, Québec

Seller : Marie-Anna Bernier, domiciled at Neuville, acquired by Joseph Doré

            (André Deschênes) September 27, 1955

Marital status : Widow not remarried with Mr. P. Emile Déry in separation of property

Mortgagee: Mr. Joseph Doré, Quebec, Bill of Sale on the 27th September 1955, gives his consent for
                                          repayment of $ 10,650.00 still due.

Buyer: Pierre Warren, Engineering Council, 600 Grande Allée Est Québec.

Earth : Lot #240 : Seventy-seven acres in area

Subdivision lot 240 : 1) 80-foot by 100-foot earth belongs to M. Adrien Doré made by Mr. Joseph Doré

                                      October 27, 1953                            

                               2) Ground edge (irregular shape), thirty-nine    hundredth acres (part) 562, former right of way of the Canadian Northern Quebec Railway Company. Measuring 175 feet long by 100 feet wide, Bill of sale October 15, 1952 in favour of M. Joseph Doré

                                      3) Easement: electrical transmission of the Shawinigan Water & Power line

   Lot # 332 : second row of the parish of Pointes-aux-Trembles, sixty acres of area,

Lot # 331 : second row of the parish of Pointes - aux-Trembles, thirty acres        

   The two lots sold by Mr. Ernest Hardy October 12, 1927

Miscellaneous : Cabin at sugar, rigging, rolling farm, animals, instruments and tools, crops, a half share in a

                           threshing machine, and a table saw with Mr. Georges Julien, hay New Holland press.

Right in the aqueduct company, resulting from an act of convention, on March 23, 1923

Price: $29,000.00 ($ 15,101.32 cash balance $13,898.68 will pay to the office of credit Agricole of Quebec under a deed of loan to Marie-Anna Bennett.) Balance paid on February 5, 1965

Summary 

Date : 28 June 1990

Notary : Mr. Claude Bélanger, Charlesbourg, Quebec

Seller : Pierre Warren, retired engineer, 80 Bennett Quebec, acquired by Mrs. Paul Déry, widow, 

            acquired November 25, 1964

Marital status: Second wedding, Lady Marguerite Dastous, separation of property, January 24,

                        1958, before notary Ernest G. Sabloff

Purchasers: André Simard, boucher, and Madeleine Savard, secretary-receptionist, remaining 

                   1348 rte 138 Neuville, Quebec City,

Marital status: married, first married, May 14, 1968, notary Jean Girard

Earth : Lot #240 :

At) not subdivided part, part Northwest Highway 240, Northeast lot 238 & 239, Southeast lot

      240-1 & 240-2 and Highway 138, Southwest lot 240-2, part of lot 241. From Highway 40 to      

      Highway 138 by the width of the original batch.

(B) part unsubdivided, Northwest Highway 138, North lot 236 & 237, Southeast lot 236 & the

      St-Lawrence River, southwestern part of lot 241. Route 138 and the St. Lawrence River by

       the width of the original batch.

C) Part of original lot 562, former crossing of the Canadian Northern Quebec Railway ¨ passed

     through the lot described in B

Servitude :

Perpetual servitude pipeline Trans Québec & Maritime, Act of March 3, 1983, by the notary Ken Lachance

Non-access to autoroute 40, Act July 5, 1976 by the notary Edouard Aubé

Favour of Québec Téléphone, October 22, 1959

Crossing for the benefit of lot 236, April 4, 1959 by the notary Édouard Hamel     

Convention aqueduct Corporation, on March 25, 1923, by the notary Arthur Beaudry

Electrical transmission of the Shawinigan Water & Power line

On the lot described in C, passage of the said lot 562                                    

Price: $150,000.00 paid and paid

Transfer : $750.00 payable municipality of Pointe-aux-Trembles

Summary

Date: August 9, 1994, extract

Notary: Me Caroline Laberge, Boischatel, Quebec

Seller: André Simard, operator, born in Chicoutimi (14/03/1946) remaining 1348 rte 38 Neuville, Quebec, G0A 2R0 and Madeleine Savard, Secretary-Receptionist, born in Chicoutimi (27/04/1947) residing at 1535 St - Paul, l'ancienne-Lorette, G2E 2 A 3.

Acquirer: Pierre Provencher, Director, born Montreal (21/8/1946), resident 1596 Bonne-Entente, St-Pierre, Quebec, G0A 4E0

Earth : Lot #240 :

A) part not subdivided, northwestern part Highway 240, northeast lot 238 & 239, southeast lot 240-1
& 240-2 and Route 138, southwest lot 240-2, part of lot 241. From Highway 40 to Highway 138 through

the width of the original lot, (116.95m wide by 1.625 long)

B) part not subdivided, part north-west road 138, northeast lot 236 & 237, southeast lot 236 & 562,
Southwest bet lot 241, (116.95m wide by 525m long).

(C) part not subdivided, northwestern part by lot 562, northeast lot 236, southeast lot 240, south-eastwest part lot 241, (43.85 m wide by 58 m long part of lot 562, former passage of the Canadian Northern Quebec Railway passed through of the lot described in B, (30.48 m wide by 58 m long).

Price: $ 185,000.00 cash paid

Transfer tax: $ 1,600.00 payable to Pointe-aux-Trembles

 Summary

Date : July 25, 2005

Notary : Me Raynald Leclerc, Notre-Dame de Portneuf, Portneuf County, province of Quebec

Seller: Pierre Provencher, Annuitant, 1348 route 138, Neuville, G0A 2R0. Acquired from André Simard and Madeleine Savard on August 9, 1994

Marital status: Divorce from Diane Auger dated June 17, 1999

Buyers : - Guylaine Bédard, intervener, 91 of Lisieux, Pont-Rouge, G3H 1S3

  • Julien Stéphane, farmer, 1372 route 138 Neuville province Quebec, G0A 2R0

Marital status: Guylaine Bédard, major and single & Stéphane Julien, single and major

Earth : Lot #240 :

  1. part bounded: Northwest Highway 240, Northeast lot 238 & 239, Southeast lot 240-1 & 240-2 and Highway 138, Southwest lot 240-2, 

      part of lot 241. From Highway 40 to Highway 138 by the original 240-1 and 240-2 width

  1. part bounded: Northwest Highway 138, Northeast lot 237 & part lot 236, southeastern part of lot 236 & lot 562 (belonging to André 

       Simard and Madeleine Savard or representatives), southwestern part of lot 241, 2 acres of wide in its regular part

  1. part bounded: Northwest by lot 562, Northeast lot 236, southeastern St. Lawrence, southwestern part of lot 241, 1 arpent 

      northwesterly, contained between the former crossing railway line and the St-Lawrence River

D) part lot 562: Northwest and Southeast by part of lot 240 Northeast, southwest part of lot 562, 1 acre on Northwest and Southeast, 100 feet to Northeast and Southwest. Corner is 562 intersection Southeast line of lot lot 562 and line separating 236 & 240. Subject the said immoveable dated September 5, 2002, made by the land surveyor Richard Carrier

 Easement: even the contract between Pierre Provencher and André Simard

Price: 275, $000.00 paid, right transfer: $2,625.00 City of Neuville

Summary

Date : April 20, 2007

Notary : Me Raynald Leclerc, Notre-Dame de Portneuf, Portneuf County, province of Quebec Assignor: Guylaine Bédard, psycho-educator, 91 of Lisieux, Pont-Rouge, G3H 1S3, acquired from Pierre Provencher on 25 July 2005, notary Raynald Leclerc

Marital status: single and major

Assignee: Stéphane Julien, farmer, 1372 route 138 Neuville province Quebec, G0A 2R0 marital status: single and major

Assignment of right

Designation: half (½ Ind.) undivided land: 

Earth : Lot #240 :

A) part bounded: Northwest Highway 40, North lot 238 & 239, Southeast lot 240-1 & 240-2 and Highway 138, Southwest lot 240-2, part of lot 241. From Highway 40 to Highway 138 by the original 240-1 and 240-2 width.

B) part bounded: Northwest Highway 138, Northeast lot 237 & part lot 236, southeastern part of lot 236 & lot 562 (belonging to André Simard and Madeleine Savard or representatives), Southwestern bet of lot 241, 2 acres of wide in its regular part.

C) part bounded: Northwest by lot 562, Northeast lot 236, southeastern St. Lawrence, southwestern part of lot 241, 1 arpent northwesterly, contained between the former crossing railway line and the St-Lawrence River.

D) part lot 562: Northwest and Southeast by part of lot 240 Northeast, southwest part of lot 562, 1 acre on Northwest and Southeast, 100 feet to Northeast and Southwest. Corner is 562 intersection Southeast line of lot lot 562 and line separating 236 & 240. Subject the said immoveable dated September 5, 2002, made by the land surveyor Richard Carrier

 Easement: even the contract between Pierre Provencher and André Simard

Price:  a) 150,820.53 $ paid no later than May 1st, 2007 by the transferee

           b) pay balance remaining on duty in the originating amount of $125,000.00

              (Mortgage, Caisse Populaire de Neuville)

Stéphane Julien became sole owner

 Transfer: $1,258.00 town of Neuville.

  Exempt property (land) is part of a farm

  Certificate of location:-Maurice Grenier, land surveyor, dated June 26, 1990

On 8 August 2015, took place the 1st gathering

On 8 August 2015, took place the 1st gathering of the Association of the Matte of America on ancestral land at 1348, Highway 138 in Neuville Portneuf County, provine of Quebec, Canadanty, province of Quebec, Canada

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