Sharon, from the "Dictionnaire biographique des ancêtres Québécois (1608-1700) Tome I page 33, by Michel Langlois, I am please to give you this translation:
ALLARD Pierre (c. 1653-1703)
Son of Pierre Allard and of Mathurine Verdon of Saint-Hermine, bishopric of Luçon in Poitou (France), he contracted marriage before the notary Étienne Jacob, on Saturday November 20 1683, with Anne Lavoie, born at Château-Richer (QC) on Sunday February 17 1664, daughter of René Lavoie and of the late Anne Godin, and wedded her at Sainte-Anne-du-Petit-Cap (Beaupré), on Monday November 1683. From this short union, two children were born. After the death of his wife, he contracted marriage before the notary Étienne Jacob, on Wenesday November 8 1690, with Marie-Marthe De Lugré, born at Château-Richer, on Thursday December 29 1667, daughter of Jacques De Lugré and of Marie Taupier, and wedded her at Sainte-Anne (QC), on Thursday November 1690. Five children are born from this union. Marie-Marthe De Lugré died at Saint-Anne on the 19 of June 1699. On Saturday August 28 1700, he contracted marriage before the notary Étienne Jacob, with Marie-Madeleine Pinel, born around 1662, widow of François Vandal, and daughter of Gilles Pinel and of Anne Ledet, and wedded her at Sainte-Anne, on Sunday August 29 1700. From this union three children were born, including twin girls.
He does pratice his trade of Cooper but finds himself at Château-Richer as the servant of Zacharie Cloutier (Jr), at the time of the 1681 cencus. He obtained from Antoine Baillon on behalf of Monseignor de Laval, a tract of land of one and a half arpent wide at Château-Richer, on March 4 1683, for which he pledge to pay 120 pounds. After his wedding , he lived at Sainte-Anne-du-Petit-Cap on his father-in-law's dwelling. He buys afterward, from his brother-in-laws and his sister-in-laws Lavoie, the share of inheritance of their late mother Anne Godin. For 50 pounds he purchased the share of Jean Lavoie. His wife Anne Lavoie dies March 3 1686, a few days after the birth of a son. A few months after this death, his father-in-law René Lavoie sell his part of the dwelling for the amount of 400 pounds. On Monday February 1687, he claimed 10 pounds from Jean Matteau for the sale of one arpent and a half of land. Unable to pay, Matteau retrocede the land to him. On March 17 next, before the same juge, Sieur Baillon on behalf of Gentlemen of the Seminary, claimes from him the amount of 70 pounds for the same dwelling. Unable to pay, he must also surrunder it to Sieur Baillon.
He proceeded to the inventory of his assets on July 4 1690. On january 14 1692, he claime compensationfrom Joseph Guimont for having shot a gun fire on his horse. His brother-in-laws keep on selling their share of their inheritance from Anne Godin. In this way October 26 1692, Pierre Lavoie sells him his share for 50 pounds, plus one cow. Étienne Godard, the husband of Madeleine Lavoie, give away his share in his favor, on June 9 1698, for the amount of 122 pounds. On January 14 1700, before the same notary, for the amount of 110 pounds and one two years old pregnant cow, Jacques Lavoie gives away his share to him. Étienne Godard claimes from him from the court, on November 22 of the same year, the 122 pounds that he promised to pay for the inheritance rights of Madeleine Lavoie. After deduction for services rendered, he had to pay off only 31 pounds.
Being concerne to settle the inheritance of her new husband, Marie-Madeleine Pinel urge him to proceede to inventory of his wealth. The notary Étienne Jacob takes charge of this on February 1702. This was a well thought-out action, because he passed away on September 18 1703. His widow does not delay in settling the inventory question, because four days later, she ask the notary Étienne Jacob to make an account of all his possessions and on October 5, the partition was done. Yet, the inheritance was challenge for a long time. In that way, on April 5 1704, Marie-Madeleine Pinel claime from Étienne Godard, the tutor of th minor children of Pierre Allard and of Anne Lavoie, 54 pounds and 1 sol for the furnitures that he bought from the inheritance. After deduction for what the tutor as paid, he owes then only 12 pounds. On the other hand, when the inventory of the assets was taken, he owes 40 pounds "tournois" to the heirs of Charles Aubert de La Chesnaye. She claimes this amount from the tutors Étienne Godard and Joseph Lavoie, on February 8 1706. They were authorise, on April 3 1709, to sell by auction one house and one stable that were left on the land of Pierre Allard. The house was alloted to for 33 pounds to François Vandal to the highess bidder and the stable to Pierre Gagnon who bidded the amount of 7 pounds and 10 sols. the contestation goes on until 1712 before the Souverein Council (Conseil Souverein). There are two ruling about this matter, one on August 28 1710 and the other on March 5 1711. After the arbitral sentencing the notaries Chambalon and De Lacetière are charge to settle the last accounts. They do so perfectly by calculating to within the last cent what his due to the heirs from firts, second and third marriage and also to the widow. After all there is only 67 pounds 9 sols and 9 deniers left for each of the two children of the third marriage.