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Capsule 2-1 -The Story of Léonard Matte  -  by claudematte|ALL

Leonard Matte History

Name : Leonard Matte (1.2, 1, -1) sex: M

Birth : born 18 Nov. 1672 in Dombourg, Canada.

Godfather was Leonard Faucher, (a neighbor, lot 227) .

Godmother: Elisabeth Plantan (wife of Lucien Talon, lot 216). Lucien Talon died at Matagora camp, Texas in April 1695.

Baptism: 28 Nov. 1672 in Dombourg, Canada, Reverend Father Exupere Dethune (1646-1711), Chief Commissioner. Superior of the Canadian mission of the Recollects

Death : 1e hypothesis: After research at the Augustinian museums, which held in note records of the Hotel Dieu, the 1st Hospital in Québec, held by hand, in a books have bed:

Left column: dead, image : Format PDF

Center column: young Matte age 20 of Pointe-aux-Trembles born in 1672 that gives him 26 years)

               Right column: 3 (number of day in hotel)

 2e hypothesis : 1 may 1700 (Source) Rochefort Role of the petty officers, seamen, Canadians, buccaneers, workers and soldiers died in the fort of Biloxi (October 18, 1700)

  Burial: No trace to this day

Father : Nicolas Matte (2.1, -1) 8 Dec. 1636 in Ste Geneviève in Bray,  Ar. Dieppe province, Archdiocese of Rouen, Seine Maritime,

Mother : Marie Madeleine Auvray (1, 1, -1) b: 1652 to Saint-Vivien,Rouen, Normandy, France,   

                                                 Married : 12 Oct. 1671, Quebec    

 Biography             

As the eldest of the children, Leonard attended the weddings of several of his brothers and sisters as well as those of his nieces and nephews.

On January 31, 1695, with Pierre Augé, he attended the wedding of Claude Jodoin (27) of Boucherville and Marguerite Desry (20) of Neuville. They were married by J. Basset, priest and Charles Amador Martin, priest resident of Québec.

On 14 February, that of François Laroche (age 27) and his sister Marie-Françoise (age 21), married by J. Basset.

On November 3, 1695, that of Jacques Bourgoin (25 years) of Ste-Croix and his sister Marie Jeanne (age 16), married by J. Basset.

The baptism of Marie Madeleine Laroche, the first child of his sister Marie-Françoise, born 12 January 1696 baptized on 31 January.

Leonard never married.

After 1698, Leonard’s participation at these events ceased. Is this the 1st hypothesis that would be good ? Nowhere, there is mention of combat.

We find, in France on May 5, 1699, a Leonard, who signed for the first time once for 40 pounds per month and the second time, on August 25 to go onto the king’s frigate, la Renommée, for 30 pounds a month, under Captain St-Denis, for the second campaign of the captain Pierre Lemoyne D'Iberville, frigate commander in the direction of Fort De Maurepas on the Mississippi River, with a departure on 17 September 1699. They reached Biloxi in January 1700. He died on 1 may 1700. D’Iberville’s return trip began on May 28. He stopped in New York to sell furs destined for Montreal’s market (It is not known if the body of Leonard was on the boat?).

Not much is known of Nicolas’ and Madeleine’s first child.

  You have more information and images in PDF format   

Capsule  2-1 (2 pages) Format PDF : 

- Leonard Matte 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.

Leonard Matte History

Name : Leonard Matte (1.2, 1, -1) sex: M

Birth : born 18 Nov. 1672 in Dombourg, Canada.

Godfather was Leonard Faucher, (a neighbor, lot 227) .

Godmother: Elisabeth Plantan (wife of Lucien Talon, lot 216). Lucien Talon died at Matagora camp, Texas in April 1695.

Baptism: 28 Nov. 1672 in Dombourg, Canada, Reverend Father Exupere Dethune (1646-1711), Chief Commissioner. Superior of the Canadian mission of the Recollects

Death : 1e hypothesis: After research at the Augustinian museums, which held in note records of the Hotel Dieu, the 1st Hospital in Québec, held by hand, in a books have bed:

Left column: dead, image : Format PDF

Center column: young Matte age 20 of Pointe-aux-Trembles born in 1672 that gives him 26 years)

               Right column: 3 (number of day in hotel)

 2e hypothesis : 1 may 1700 (Source) Rochefort Role of the petty officers, seamen, Canadians, buccaneers, workers and soldiers died in the fort of Biloxi (October 18, 1700)

  Burial: No trace to this day

Father : Nicolas Matte (2.1, -1) 8 Dec. 1636 in Ste Geneviève in Bray,  Ar. Dieppe province, Archdiocese of Rouen, Seine Maritime,

Mother : Marie Madeleine Auvray (1, 1, -1) b: 1652 to Saint-Vivien,Rouen, Normandy, France,   

                                                 Married : 12 Oct. 1671, Quebec    

 Biography             

As the eldest of the children, Leonard attended the weddings of several of his brothers and sisters as well as those of his nieces and nephews.

On January 31, 1695, with Pierre Augé, he attended the wedding of Claude Jodoin (27) of Boucherville and Marguerite Desry (20) of Neuville. They were married by J. Basset, priest and Charles Amador Martin, priest resident of Québec.

On 14 February, that of François Laroche (age 27) and his sister Marie-Françoise (age 21), married by J. Basset.

On November 3, 1695, that of Jacques Bourgoin (25 years) of Ste-Croix and his sister Marie Jeanne (age 16), married by J. Basset.

The baptism of Marie Madeleine Laroche, the first child of his sister Marie-Françoise, born 12 January 1696 baptized on 31 January.

Leonard never married.

After 1698, Leonard’s participation at these events ceased. Is this the 1st hypothesis that would be good ? Nowhere, there is mention of combat.

We find, in France on May 5, 1699, a Leonard, who signed for the first time once for 40 pounds per month and the second time, on August 25 to go onto the king’s frigate, la Renommée, for 30 pounds a month, under Captain St-Denis, for the second campaign of the captain Pierre Lemoyne D'Iberville, frigate commander in the direction of Fort De Maurepas on the Mississippi River, with a departure on 17 September 1699. They reached Biloxi in January 1700. He died on 1 may 1700. D’Iberville’s return trip began on May 28. He stopped in New York to sell furs destined for Montreal’s market (It is not known if the body of Leonard was on the boat?).

Not much is known of Nicolas’ and Madeleine’s first child.

  You have more information and images in PDF format   

Capsule  2-1 (2 pages) Format PDF : 

- Leonard Matte 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.

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