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Re: Mailloux family tree
Posted by: Anne Date: December 21, 2000 at 20:48:04
In Reply to: Re: Mailloux family tree by Bob Grondin of 416

Here is info on the Mailloux's taken from "The French Families of the Detroit River Region" and Assumption Church records 20 years ago. (I doubt the public has access to these books now - the last thing I knew they were locked away in the WPL & London diocese). Hope this helps some of you looking for info.

Jacques Maillou dit Desmoulins Bourg, Brittany, France
m. Clara Arnaud

/Pierre Maillou dit Desmoulins
b.1631 Brittany, France
d.June 11, 1699, Quebec
m.Oct. 23, 1661 Quebec
Ann Delauney b. 1641 LaRochelle, France
He was a shoemaker, came to Quebec 1660

/ /Noel Maillou
b. May 16, 1666 Quebec
d. Jan 10, 1753 Beauport, Quebec
m. Nov 7, 1690
Terese Louisa Marcoux
b. Jan 23, 1667 Beauport, Qc
d. July 10, 1735 Beauport

/ / /Sir Pierre Maillou
b. Jan 27, 1693 - Beauport
m. Feb 5, 1791
Marie Louise Vachon
b. June 11, 1696 - Beauport
d. Dec 19, 1749
He was a captain of the militia (probably why he ended up in Essex County)

/ / / /Joseph Mailloux
b. Jan 28, 1725 Beauport
d. Dec 10, 1778 on his farm, buried in Sandwich
m. Apr. 15, 1765
Terese Leduc
b. 1737
d. oct. 11, 1808, buried in Sandwich (Assumption cemetery)

/ / / / /Joseph Mailloux
b. Jan 22, 1766
d. Sept 3, 1834 (cholera epidemic)-buried at Assumption
m. Apr. 24, 1786 at Assumption
Genevieve Deshetres
b. Feb 25, 1766 - Sandwich
d. Aug 28, 1839 Assumption
The bride resided at the SW coast of Detroit. They had 13 children.

/ / / / / /Joseph Mailloux
b. July 23, 1790
d. Aug 11, 1834 (cholera)
m. Nov 22, 1814 - Assumption
Mary Ann Villers dit St. Louis
b. Oct. 22, 1794
d. Sept 1, 1852

/ / / / / / /Jacob Israel Mailloux
b. Apr 6, 1826
m. April 29, 1851 - Ste. Anne's Detroit
Lucie Brunet Bourbonnais
b. Feb. 18, 1833
d. Nov 20, 1912 - Staples
The bride was from Sandwich
Made their home on Belle River Rd. (north of 401 - recently Leboeuf farm)



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