Guillaume Labelle (abt. 1650 - 2 Jan 1710) - Family History
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Guillaume Labelle - Life Events
1653 - Canadian History - The population of Quebec now stands at 2,000 (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_Quebec_history_(1608_to_1662))
1656 - Invention - The pendulum clock (Christiaan Huygens, Netherlands)
1663 - Québec History - Quebec becomes a royal province. Canada Info (www.craigmarlatt.com)
1663 - Québec History - The first Filles du roi ('King's Daughters') arrive in New France during the summer. (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_New_France_history_(1663_to_1759))
1665 - Québec History - The Carignan-Salières Regiment destroys five Mohawk nation villages, weakening Iroquois resolve to keep fighting. (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_New_France_history_(1663_to_1759))
1666 - Québec History - A census conducted by Jean Talon in the winter of 1665-1666 showed a population of 3,215 French inhabitants residing in New France. (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_New_France_history_(1663_to_1759))
1667 - Québec History - Signing of a peace treaty with the defeated Iroquois. (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_New_France_history_(1663_to_1759))
"Guillaume is the only Labelle to have founded a family in America... Guillaume Labelle, son of the late Jean and of Marie Loue, dreamed of a new land, a new start i New France. When he was about 18 years old, he found an employer and left his family. He was a courageous young man."
Thomas J. Laforest
Our French-Canadian Ancestors : Volume XIV, Page 139
1670 - Québec History - The Hudson's Bay Company is formed and granted trade rights over all territory draining into Hudson Bay. Canada Info (www.craigmarlatt.com)
1675 - Québec History - The expression coureur des bois is coined to name those who bypass Royal officials and deal directly with the First Nations in the fur trade. (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_New_France_history_(1663_to_1759))
1681 Canadian Census Ile Jesus
Guillaume Lebel, 32
Anne Charbonneau, sa femme, 25
Source: Histoire des Canadiens-Francais 1608-1880 by Benjamin Sulte, Montreal, 1882
"The census of 1681 reports the existence of four heads of family living on the Ile Jesus: Michel Buisson, Olivier Charbonneau, Leonard Ethier and the 32 year old Guillaume Labelle."
Thomas J. Laforest
Our French-Canadian Ancestors : Volume XIV, Page 143
1689 - Québec History - August 5. Fifteen hundred Iroquois warriors attack the settlement of Lachine, killing or torturing most if its inhabitants. This incident would become known as the Lachine massacre. (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_New_France_history_(1663_to_1759))
Hospitalized at Hotel-Dieu Quebec
"On the first of October 1692, Guillaume Labelle was hospitalized at the Hotel-Dieu of Quebec for 31 days. Had he been wounded? On 19 May 1694, a 10 year-old Labelle daughter also stayed at the same hospital for 6 days."
Thomas J. Laforest
Our French-Canadian Ancestors : Volume XIV, Page 144
1698 - Invention - The steam engine (Thomas Savery, England)
1701 - Québec History - August 4 : Signing of the Great Peace of Montreal between 39 First Nation tribes and the French Colonial government. (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_New_France_history_(1663_to_1759))
"...The patriarch Guillaume was absent from the weddings of his sons Pierre and Joseph in 1709. Illness and frailty kept him home."
"Guillaume left his loved-ones on Wednesday, the first of January 1710. The next day, Father Benoit Roche, the priest of Saint-Sulpice, curate of Pointe-aux-Trembles, after having prayed for the repose of the generous soul of the deceased, recorded the act of burial in the registry. Guillaume Labelle had just opened the doors of renown."
Thomas J. Laforest
Our French-Canadian Ancestors : Volume XIV, Page 147
1710 Death Pointe-aux-Trembles, QC, Canada Familysearch.org. Quebec Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection) [database on-line]. Original data: Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Institut Généalogique Drouin.
Guillaume Labelle - Marriage(s) and Child(ren)
Guillaume Labelle married
-- Date: 23 November 1671 Place:
Montréal, Québec, Canada
Source: Familysearch.org. Quebec Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection) [database on-line]. Original data: Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Institut Généalogique Drouin.
Notre-Dame-de-Montreal - 17 NOV 1671
Name: Guillaume Label
Spouse: Anne Charbonneau
Event Year: 1669-1680
Event: Mariage (Marriage)
Place of Worship or Institution: Montréal (Basilique Notre-Dame) (Copie textuelle)
Province: Québec (Quebec)
"Guillaume Labelle, son of Jean and of Marie Loue, originally from Saint-Benoit d'Hebertot, Normandy, conquered the heart of Anne Charbonneau and married her on 23 November 1671 at Montreal. They settled on the Ile de Jesus and raised a dozen children."
Thomas J. Laforest
Our French-Canadian Ancestors : Volume X, Page 69
"At the end of 1671, Guillaume was ready to set up a home. On 22 November before noon, he put on his Sunday best and went to the home of Sieur Jacques Leber, merchand, husband of the 'honorable' Jeanne Lemoine. he was accompanied by Jean Petit, inhaibtant of Longueuil, a tailor, and Beigne Bassset, the notary from the island of Montreal. There waiting for them were the following witnesses: Olivier Charbonneau, his future father-in-law, and Marie Garnier, his wife; Simon Cardinal and Michelle Garnier; Jacques Cardinal, Mathurin Thibodeau and Catherine Avrard; Squire Charles Lemoines, Sieur de Longueuil, and Catherine Thierry dit Primot; Pierre Dagenais, Francois Dollier de Casson, a Sulspicien priest 'head clergyman of the place,' and the future bride Anne Charbonneau."
"...Anne Charbonneau was French by birth like her husband. She had been born about 1657 at Marans in Aunis. She took part in the perilous crossing during the summer of 1659, aboard le Saint-Andre, the same ship which had brought Jeanne Mance."
"On Monday morning, 23 November 1671, in the church of Notre-Dame, the sulpician Father Gilles Perot, blessed the union of Guillaume Labelle and Anne Charbonneau at the same time as those of Jean Groust and Marie-Anne Goguet, Pierre Payet dit Saint-Amour and Louise Tessier. Charles Lemoine signed the parish register as witness to the marriages of the three couples."
Thomas J. Laforest
Our French-Canadian Ancestors : Volume XIV, Page 140
Family Group Record
for Guillaume Labelle and Anne Charbonneau
Antoine Labelle (20 November 1674 , Montréal, Québec, Canada - , )
Francoise Labelle (19 April 1676, Rivière des Prairies, Montreal, Québec, Canada - 20 July 1678, Pointe-aux-Trembles, Montreal, Québec, Canada)
Marie Labelle (02 February 1678 , - 19 June 1702, Saint-François-de-l'Île-d'Orléans, Quebec, Canada)
Charles Labelle (18 December 1679 , Repentigny, Québec, Canada - , )
Marie Madeleine Labelle (14 December 1681 , Repentigny, Québec, Canada - , )
Pierre Labelle (01 January 1684 , - , )
Joseph Labelle (abt. 1686, - , )
Jean Francois Labelle (abt. 1688, - , )
Jacques Labelle (19 March 1688, Lachenaie, Québec, Canada - , )
Catherine Labelle (05 July 1692 , Laval, Québec, Canada - , )
Joachim Labelle (abt. 1693, - , )
Angelique Labelle (3 Aug 1697, Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Québec, Canada - 30 Apr 1772, Saint-François de Sales, Laval, Québec, Canada )
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I AM THE 10TH GENERATION OF LABELLES WITH GUILLAUME LABELLE (LEBEL) BEING THE FIRST IN WHAT IS NOW CANADA. THE PEDIGREE WOULD BE JEAN LABELLE (FRANCE), GUILLAUME LABELLE (NEW FRANCE), PIERRE LABELLE (ISLE JESUS, NEW FRANCE), PIERRE LABELLE(ISLE JESUS, NEW FRANCE), AUGUSTIN LABELLE (ISLE JESUS, LAVAL, QUEBEC), AUGUSTIN LABELLE, (MONTREAL, QUEBEC), LOUIS PAUL LABELLE-SPOUSE-URSULE BLAIS,(RIGAUD, QUEBEC), LOUIS (AKA LEWIS) LABELLE-SPOUSE-MARY JANE BROWN-(BUCHANNAN TOWNSHIP, RENFREW COUNTY),JOSEPH LABELLE-SPOUSE-HELENE MINNIE MCLEOD,(PT. ALEXANDER, ROLPH TOWNSHIP, COUNTY OF RENFREW), RUSSELL LLOYD LABELLE-SPOUSE-ANNA (ANNIE) MAY(MAE) ARBOUR,(PT. ALEXANDER, ROLPH TOWNSHIP, RENFREW COUNTY ON.
2/7/2011 6:53:29 PM
Hello, I'm 11th generation with Guilleaume being 1st, my daughter Sophie is 12th.
10 - Gérald et/ou Gérard LABELLE (1938 - )
9 - Achille Joseph Albert LABELLE (24 Août 1905 - 23 Août 1980)
Léonide Marie Marguerite Célina LABELLE (30 Août 1905 - 1986)
M.: 6 Sep 1937 - St-Jérôme, Co.Terrebonne, Québec
8 - Aldéric LABELLE (Cal. 22 Juil 1876 - 7 Nov 1945)
Albertine Constance Flore LABELLE (3 Oct 1870 - 1960)
M.: 18 Juil 1898 - St-Jérôme, Co.Terrebonne, Québec
7 - Hector Jérôme LABELLE (6 Mai 1853 - 22 Mai 1928)
Joséphine CASTONGUAY (et/ou CONSTANTINEAU) (19 Sep 1853 - )
M.: 15 Juil 1875 - St-Janvier, Co.Terrebonne, Québec
6 - Isidore LABELLE (7 Oct 1820 - 8 Mar 1899)
Zoé GASCON dit LALONGÉ (Cal. 1824 - 7 Mar 1898)
M.: 31 Jan 1842 - St-Jérôme, Co.Terrebonne, Québec
5 - Jean François LABELLE (24 Jan 1778 - 1856)
Marguerite CHARBONNEAU (25 Déc 1778 - )
M.: 14 Oct 1800 - St-Martin, Île Jésus, Laval, Québec
4 - Jean Baptiste LABELLE (12 Oct 1747 - Avant 1800)
Marie Josephte VALIQUETTE (9 Avr 1753 - )
M.: 30 Sep 1771 - St-Vincent-de-Paul, Île Jésus, Laval, Québec
3 - Jean François LABELLE (6 Juil 1714 - )
Marie Madeleine VANDANDAIGUE dit GADBOIS (1 Fév 1717 - 12 Oct 1747)
M.: 24 Nov 1738 - St-François-de-Sales, Île Jésus, Laval, Québec
2 - Jean François LABELLE (1687 - Déc 1742)
Denise MAGEAU dit MAISONNEUVE (1690 - 4 Jan 1717)
M.: 9 Nov 1711 - Pointe-aux-Trembles, Montréal, Québec
1 - Guillaume LABELLE (ca. 1650 - 1 Jan 1710)
Anne CHARBONNEAU (ca. Avr 1657 - 11 Avr 1729)
M.: 23 Nov 1671 - Chapelle Notre-Dame, Montréal, Québec
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6/29/2011 4:05:30 PM
Hello Labelle Cousins related to Guillaume Labelle!
I am 11th generation, descended from Guillaume and Anne Labelle's son Charles who married his neighbour Marguerite Ethier in 1705. Their son Charles married Madeleine Forget in 1742. Their son Jacques married Josephte Nantel in 1772. Their son Antoine married Reine Deroches in 1799. Their son Antoine married Catherine Laporte in 1822. Their son Toussaint married Marguerite Deschatelets in 1860. Their son Calixte married Emma Groleau in 1888. Their son Oliva married Rose-Delima Emard in 1911. Their son Lewis married my mother Kathleen Tapp in 1952. My sons are 12th generation Canadians.
Melane Labelle Sampson
11/1/2011 3:11:02 PM
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