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Nicolas Matte


Name: Nicolas Matte (5.2, 1, -1)     • Sex: M

• Birth: September 22, 1682 to Dombourg, Quebec, Canada

• Baptism: September 22 at Dombourg, Quebec, Canada,

    Sponsor: Nicolas Langlois, owner of lot 211 which corresponds to 1087 Route 138

    Godmother : Isabelle Migneron. It should be noted that an error has surely occurred, because Isabelle Migneron does not exist. It would be rather Elizabeth Migneron, who will become the second wife of Étienne Magnan.

Priest: J. Pinguet, parish priest

Marriage: April 20, 1705 in Neuville. He married Marie-Angelique Coquin dit Latournelle April 20, 1705 in Saint-François de Sales, Neuville, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Pierre Coquin Dit Latournelle (of the company of Captain Grandfontaine, arrival on the Golden Eagle on August 19, 1665 ) and Catherine Beaudin. She was born Nov 6, 1679 in Neuville, Portneuf, Québec, and died July 4, 1741 in Neuville, Portneuf, Québec. J. Basset priest of Neuville.

Pierre Coquin had a concession that corresponds to the current 1196 Route 138.

• Death : March 22, 1760 in Neuville.Quebec, Canada.

• Burial : March 22, 1760 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada

• Father: Nicolas Matte (2.1, -1) 8 Dec. 1636 to Ste. Genevieve en Bray, Ar. Dieppe,

Archbishop of Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France.

  Married: Oct. 12, 1671, Quebec

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



Biography:

He is the second son to leave an offspring and the one who will inherit the ancestral land. Leonard (1,2,1, -1), the oldest son died in 1698. At that time, the land was the legacy of the oldest son. Laurent (3, 2,1, -1), the second son and third child, had already left home. He was married in 1702 and had land in Cap-Santé. Nicolas was next in line (5, 1, 1, -1). He formalized his right of concession with Mr. Dupont before the notary Rageot, January 19, 1702 two years before his father, Nicolas (2.1, -1) died and then notarized the survey on January 26th, 1702.

1717: He is the businessman of the family. He provided releases to his brother, Laurent, and Étienne Magnan his sister, Marie-Anne’s spouse


Then in 1718, he handed another release to Noël Pelletier, husband of his sister Madeleine Matte, as mentioned in the capsule

2-6. We can say that Nicolas liked to have things well documented. We see in this document several family names that come back in our kinship: Morisset, Silvestre, Constancineau, Grenon.

In 1721, he provided another releases to his sister Angelique (11,2,1,-1) the wife of  Isaac-Joseph Garnier-Grenier and one to Marie Louise  (10.2, 1 -1) his sister, wife of Jean-François Constantineau

                                   In 1724, another release to Angelique (11,2,1,-1), the wife of Joseph Grenier

On February 8th, 1725, as and his  brother Laurent and hired Jean Petit to survey a site called "Bois de-l’Ail" (Garlic Forest). The survey was 

notarized by Noel Bonhomme says Beaupré. This name is still used today. This road connects Pont-Rouge with Cap-Sante by using the Dery bridge. This used to be called the King’s road

  

On February 16th  by verbal agreement Nicolas requests  survey of the village of St.Jean.  This the land that is part of route 365 and that is a  part of  corresponds to autoroute 40 going to Pont-Rouge                                                                    

February 19, 1725, Nicolas and Jacques Fournel requested a survey of the land from the line that rose to the village St. Jean (see map of Pointe aux Trembles, capsule 0-I).             

        March 9, 1736, at the request of Lord Demeloise, there is land between the boundaries of Noel Peltier and Inocent Laroche, between Jean Gingras and Nicolas Matte, etc. This request was made to know which land was available

In 1737, Noel Pelletier raised an issue with the guardianship of the children of Etienne Magnan and Marie-Anne Matte. Maria Anne Matte and Etienne Magnan were married in 1713. She had 8 children. Two with Romain Dubuc from her 1st marriage (1709-1711) 1 infant death, she has 8 children from her 2nd marriage to Etienne Magnan (1713-1731) of which 3 will die in infancy. The document dates back 6 years after the death of Marie-Anne, Nicolas's sister, and 5 years after Étienne Magnan's 2nd marriage to Madeline Dery. The guardianship issue was raised a year before the wedding of the 2nd wife of Étienne Magnan’s 2nd wife, Madeline Déry to Pierre Boutet.

April 29, 1737 at the request of Nicolas Matte, the sale of the property, was made on behalf of the minor children of Étienne Magnan and Marianne Matte. The document is over 6 pages, which we have not reproduced. Hardly readable and not really useful for us.

E1 Funds Intendants S1 Orders Center: BANQ Québec Title, Dates, Quantity

Commissions and Orders issued by Mr. Hocquart Intendant of Justice, Police and Finance In New France, (27 August 1737-20 December 1738), f. 49-49v. To consult the pages of the register allowing to understand its context of creation, its legal and administrative value, its contents or the history of its conservation, see the room E1, S1, PAAC. To consult the pages of the register allowing to understand its context of creation, its legal and administrative value, its contents or the history of its conservation, see the room E1, S1, PAAC.

Related terms Hocquart, Gilles, 1695-1783 New France. Steward

In June 1741, with his wife Marie Coquin lying in her sick bed, Nicolas donates to his sons Jean and Augustin half of each and every movable and immovable property that may belong to the donors on the day of their death, consisting in particular of half of a land and dwelling located at the said place of Neuville, and half of another land located at village Saint-Jean. The said donation passed by Louis Pillard, notary royal in the Provost of Quebec.

  June 28, 1741 (document insinuated June 27, 1741) Marie Coquin dit Latournelle died on July 4, 1741.

On July 12, 1743 he made official minutes of December 10, 1743, clarifying the continuity of the line between him and the widow Vandal.  Which line I pulled up to the height of 36 arpents or about in presence and was consent of the said parties.          

On July 19, 1745, it is in the minutes with the beautiful Angelique de Méloises heroine novel "The Golden Dog". Nicolas-Marie

                                  Renaud Avène des Méloizes, his father, an officer in the Navy troops and lord of Neuville.

On July 25th & 27th, 1747, surveying to set boundaries to the lands of Village St-Jean. Some of this land certainly belonged to Nicolas Matte’s father (5.2, 1, -1). This survey influenced the land which is located at the exit of the Félix Leclerc highway (40). Unlike the 1st and 2nd concession which is in the north-south axis, these are from east to west. They will make the limit between the lordship of Neuville (43) and that of Fossambault (48) to see map of Seigneuries (capsule 0-B). Behind the seigniories of Gaudarville (49) (Cap-Rouge) and Guillaume-Bonhomme (46-47) (Bélair). The seigniory of Fossambault is crossed by the Jacques-Cartier river.

On February 25, 1754, he witnessed the marriage of the daughter of the Seigneur of Les Ecureuils, the late Jean-Baptiste Toupin Dussault

Concession 2nd Nicolas ancestral land, made in July 1764

Donation by Nicolas Mathe (Matte), widower of the late Marie-Angelique Coquin; to Jean Mathe (Matte) and Charlotte Peltier (Pelletier), his son and daughter-in-law; namely a land located at Neuville, Pointe-aux-Trembles, and another portion of land located in the village of Saint-Jean; the donation was passed before Maître Guyart, notary. - March 24, 1756 4 pages (M65_4_00917 to 00920)                                        

Children of Nicolas Matte and Marie-Angelique Coquin dit Latournelle :

1. Angelique MATTE born 23 Jan. 1706 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada. Married Neuville (Qc) 1725-08-13 to Jean Pagé, (capsule 3-7)

2. Nicolas MATTE was born Sept. 10, 1707 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada, and died April 15, 1772 at Pointe-aux-Trembles, Seigneurie of Dombourg (Neuville), Portneuf, Quebec. Married in Neuville (Qc) 1739-01-19 Marie Godin (capsule 3-8)

3. Jean Baptiste MATTE born Jun 13, 1709 in Neuville, Portneuf, Québec, died Jun 28, 1709 in Neuville, Portneuf, Quebec. (capsule 3-9)

4. Marie Thérèse MATTE was born April 17, 1710 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada. She marries Prisque Gaudin, March 1, 1734 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada, son of Jean François Godin and Marguerite Triot. She died Oct. 30, 1752 at Squirrels, PQ, Canada. (capsule 3-10)

5. Pierre François MATTE born on the January 22, 1712 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada, and died August 22, 1782 in Lachenaye, Quebec. Married Angelique Fillion pm Nov 23, 1733 in Lachenaye (Qc) (capsule 3-11)

6. Louis Joseph MATTE born on Jan. 3, 1714 in Neuville, Québec, Canada, died Jan 15, 1755 in Neuville, Portneuf, Québec. Married Marie Angelique Bertrand in Neuville (Qc) Oct 16, 1741. (capsule 3-12)

7. Marie Madeleine MATTE born on the December 25, 1715 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada, and died 31 December 31, 1715 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada. (capsule 3-13)

8. Jean Baptiste MATTE was born on April 6, 1717 in Neuville, Québec, Canada, and died on June 10, 1776 at Pointe-Aux-Trembles, Portneuf, PQ. 1st marriage in Neuville (Qc) April 27, 1750 to Charlotte Pelletier, 2nd marriage Les Ecureuils (Que.) January 23, 1758 to Marie Françoise Gariépy. (capsule 3-14)

9. Augustin MATTE born 20 January 20, 1719 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada. 1st marriage Neuville (Qc) July 24, 1747 to Marie Angelique (m) or Madeleine (cm) Proulx, 2nd wedding Les Ecureuils (Qc) January 18, 1762 to Thérèse Trépanier, (capsule 3-15).

10. Marie Angelique MATTE born Jun 18, 1721 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada, died Jun 21, 1721 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada (capsule 3-16)

11.  François DE Sale MATTE was born Oct. 10, 1723 in St Augustin, Portneuf, Quebec, Canada, died Apr. 3, 1749 at Pointe Aux Trembles, Portneuf, Quebec. (capsule 3-17).

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Capsule 2-5 (15 pages) Format PDF :

- Nicolas 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.

Nicolas Matte


Name: Nicolas Matte (5.2, 1, -1)     • Sex: M

• Birth: September 22, 1682 to Dombourg, Quebec, Canada

• Baptism: September 22 at Dombourg, Quebec, Canada,

    Sponsor: Nicolas Langlois, owner of lot 211 which corresponds to 1087 Route 138

    Godmother : Isabelle Migneron. It should be noted that an error has surely occurred, because Isabelle Migneron does not exist. It would be rather Elizabeth Migneron, who will become the second wife of Étienne Magnan.

Priest: J. Pinguet, parish priest

Marriage: April 20, 1705 in Neuville. He married Marie-Angelique Coquin dit Latournelle April 20, 1705 in Saint-François de Sales, Neuville, Quebec, Canada, daughter of Pierre Coquin Dit Latournelle (of the company of Captain Grandfontaine, arrival on the Golden Eagle on August 19, 1665 ) and Catherine Beaudin. She was born Nov 6, 1679 in Neuville, Portneuf, Québec, and died July 4, 1741 in Neuville, Portneuf, Québec. J. Basset priest of Neuville.

Pierre Coquin had a concession that corresponds to the current 1196 Route 138.

• Death : March 22, 1760 in Neuville.Quebec, Canada.

• Burial : March 22, 1760 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada

• Father: Nicolas Matte (2.1, -1) 8 Dec. 1636 to Ste. Genevieve en Bray, Ar. Dieppe,

Archbishop of Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France.

  Married: Oct. 12, 1671, Quebec

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



Biography:

He is the second son to leave an offspring and the one who will inherit the ancestral land. Leonard (1,2,1, -1), the oldest son died in 1698. At that time, the land was the legacy of the oldest son. Laurent (3, 2,1, -1), the second son and third child, had already left home. He was married in 1702 and had land in Cap-Santé. Nicolas was next in line (5, 1, 1, -1). He formalized his right of concession with Mr. Dupont before the notary Rageot, January 19, 1702 two years before his father, Nicolas (2.1, -1) died and then notarized the survey on January 26th, 1702.

1717: He is the businessman of the family. He provided releases to his brother, Laurent, and Étienne Magnan his sister, Marie-Anne’s spouse


Then in 1718, he handed another release to Noël Pelletier, husband of his sister Madeleine Matte, as mentioned in the capsule

2-6. We can say that Nicolas liked to have things well documented. We see in this document several family names that come back in our kinship: Morisset, Silvestre, Constancineau, Grenon.

In 1721, he provided another releases to his sister Angelique (11,2,1,-1) the wife of  Isaac-Joseph Garnier-Grenier and one to Marie Louise  (10.2, 1 -1) his sister, wife of Jean-François Constantineau

                                   In 1724, another release to Angelique (11,2,1,-1), the wife of Joseph Grenier

On February 8th, 1725, as and his  brother Laurent and hired Jean Petit to survey a site called "Bois de-l’Ail" (Garlic Forest). The survey was 

notarized by Noel Bonhomme says Beaupré. This name is still used today. This road connects Pont-Rouge with Cap-Sante by using the Dery bridge. This used to be called the King’s road

  

On February 16th  by verbal agreement Nicolas requests  survey of the village of St.Jean.  This the land that is part of route 365 and that is a  part of  corresponds to autoroute 40 going to Pont-Rouge                                                                    

February 19, 1725, Nicolas and Jacques Fournel requested a survey of the land from the line that rose to the village St. Jean (see map of Pointe aux Trembles, capsule 0-I).             

        March 9, 1736, at the request of Lord Demeloise, there is land between the boundaries of Noel Peltier and Inocent Laroche, between Jean Gingras and Nicolas Matte, etc. This request was made to know which land was available

In 1737, Noel Pelletier raised an issue with the guardianship of the children of Etienne Magnan and Marie-Anne Matte. Maria Anne Matte and Etienne Magnan were married in 1713. She had 8 children. Two with Romain Dubuc from her 1st marriage (1709-1711) 1 infant death, she has 8 children from her 2nd marriage to Etienne Magnan (1713-1731) of which 3 will die in infancy. The document dates back 6 years after the death of Marie-Anne, Nicolas's sister, and 5 years after Étienne Magnan's 2nd marriage to Madeline Dery. The guardianship issue was raised a year before the wedding of the 2nd wife of Étienne Magnan’s 2nd wife, Madeline Déry to Pierre Boutet.

April 29, 1737 at the request of Nicolas Matte, the sale of the property, was made on behalf of the minor children of Étienne Magnan and Marianne Matte. The document is over 6 pages, which we have not reproduced. Hardly readable and not really useful for us.

E1 Funds Intendants S1 Orders Center: BANQ Québec Title, Dates, Quantity

Commissions and Orders issued by Mr. Hocquart Intendant of Justice, Police and Finance In New France, (27 August 1737-20 December 1738), f. 49-49v. To consult the pages of the register allowing to understand its context of creation, its legal and administrative value, its contents or the history of its conservation, see the room E1, S1, PAAC. To consult the pages of the register allowing to understand its context of creation, its legal and administrative value, its contents or the history of its conservation, see the room E1, S1, PAAC.

Related terms Hocquart, Gilles, 1695-1783 New France. Steward

In June 1741, with his wife Marie Coquin lying in her sick bed, Nicolas donates to his sons Jean and Augustin half of each and every movable and immovable property that may belong to the donors on the day of their death, consisting in particular of half of a land and dwelling located at the said place of Neuville, and half of another land located at village Saint-Jean. The said donation passed by Louis Pillard, notary royal in the Provost of Quebec.

  June 28, 1741 (document insinuated June 27, 1741) Marie Coquin dit Latournelle died on July 4, 1741.

On July 12, 1743 he made official minutes of December 10, 1743, clarifying the continuity of the line between him and the widow Vandal.  Which line I pulled up to the height of 36 arpents or about in presence and was consent of the said parties.          

On July 19, 1745, it is in the minutes with the beautiful Angelique de Méloises heroine novel "The Golden Dog". Nicolas-Marie

                                  Renaud Avène des Méloizes, his father, an officer in the Navy troops and lord of Neuville.

On July 25th & 27th, 1747, surveying to set boundaries to the lands of Village St-Jean. Some of this land certainly belonged to Nicolas Matte’s father (5.2, 1, -1). This survey influenced the land which is located at the exit of the Félix Leclerc highway (40). Unlike the 1st and 2nd concession which is in the north-south axis, these are from east to west. They will make the limit between the lordship of Neuville (43) and that of Fossambault (48) to see map of Seigneuries (capsule 0-B). Behind the seigniories of Gaudarville (49) (Cap-Rouge) and Guillaume-Bonhomme (46-47) (Bélair). The seigniory of Fossambault is crossed by the Jacques-Cartier river.

On February 25, 1754, he witnessed the marriage of the daughter of the Seigneur of Les Ecureuils, the late Jean-Baptiste Toupin Dussault

Concession 2nd Nicolas ancestral land, made in July 1764

Donation by Nicolas Mathe (Matte), widower of the late Marie-Angelique Coquin; to Jean Mathe (Matte) and Charlotte Peltier (Pelletier), his son and daughter-in-law; namely a land located at Neuville, Pointe-aux-Trembles, and another portion of land located in the village of Saint-Jean; the donation was passed before Maître Guyart, notary. - March 24, 1756 4 pages (M65_4_00917 to 00920)                                        

Children of Nicolas Matte and Marie-Angelique Coquin dit Latournelle :

1. Angelique MATTE born 23 Jan. 1706 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada. Married Neuville (Qc) 1725-08-13 to Jean Pagé, (capsule 3-7)

2. Nicolas MATTE was born Sept. 10, 1707 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada, and died April 15, 1772 at Pointe-aux-Trembles, Seigneurie of Dombourg (Neuville), Portneuf, Quebec. Married in Neuville (Qc) 1739-01-19 Marie Godin (capsule 3-8)

3. Jean Baptiste MATTE born Jun 13, 1709 in Neuville, Portneuf, Québec, died Jun 28, 1709 in Neuville, Portneuf, Quebec. (capsule 3-9)

4. Marie Thérèse MATTE was born April 17, 1710 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada. She marries Prisque Gaudin, March 1, 1734 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada, son of Jean François Godin and Marguerite Triot. She died Oct. 30, 1752 at Squirrels, PQ, Canada. (capsule 3-10)

5. Pierre François MATTE born on the January 22, 1712 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada, and died August 22, 1782 in Lachenaye, Quebec. Married Angelique Fillion pm Nov 23, 1733 in Lachenaye (Qc) (capsule 3-11)

6. Louis Joseph MATTE born on Jan. 3, 1714 in Neuville, Québec, Canada, died Jan 15, 1755 in Neuville, Portneuf, Québec. Married Marie Angelique Bertrand in Neuville (Qc) Oct 16, 1741. (capsule 3-12)

7. Marie Madeleine MATTE born on the December 25, 1715 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada, and died 31 December 31, 1715 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada. (capsule 3-13)

8. Jean Baptiste MATTE was born on April 6, 1717 in Neuville, Québec, Canada, and died on June 10, 1776 at Pointe-Aux-Trembles, Portneuf, PQ. 1st marriage in Neuville (Qc) April 27, 1750 to Charlotte Pelletier, 2nd marriage Les Ecureuils (Que.) January 23, 1758 to Marie Françoise Gariépy. (capsule 3-14)

9. Augustin MATTE born 20 January 20, 1719 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada. 1st marriage Neuville (Qc) July 24, 1747 to Marie Angelique (m) or Madeleine (cm) Proulx, 2nd wedding Les Ecureuils (Qc) January 18, 1762 to Thérèse Trépanier, (capsule 3-15).

10. Marie Angelique MATTE born Jun 18, 1721 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada, died Jun 21, 1721 in Neuville, Quebec, Canada (capsule 3-16)

11.  François DE Sale MATTE was born Oct. 10, 1723 in St Augustin, Portneuf, Quebec, Canada, died Apr. 3, 1749 at Pointe Aux Trembles, Portneuf, Quebec. (capsule 3-17).

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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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