For those interested in documenting the arrival of Jacques Baudoin, and who may not have seen this information previously:
According to René Jetté’s Dictionnaire généalogique des familles du Québec des origines à 1730, Jacques Baudoin arrived at the Île d’Orléans on 25-05-1664, pg 63.
This is corroborated by Fr. Cyprien Tanguay’s A Travers les Registres where on page 47 he notes the arrival of the ship Le Noir, of Holland, under the command of Pierre Fillye, on 26 May 1664. (Tanguay has a one day discrepancy which is minor.)
The following link contains the three page passenger list for the ship Le Noir:
Click under the image where it says full screen and use the navigation buttons on the enlarged image. On the third page, the sixth name listed is that of Jacques Baudoin. The document signature is fairly clear - Fillye.
Fillye’s ‘liste des passages’ gives only 51 names, presumably all men. Tanguay mentions 300 ‘hommes’ by which I take it he means people. This would accord with many of the 51 having wives and children and possibly servants who would not have been individually listed.
The document on the web site, I believe, combined with the other two references conclusively documents the arrival of Jacques Baudoin.
I hope this is of help and interest those of you working the lineage from Jacques Baudoin.
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