Stanislas LeCompte's parents were Ludger LeCompte and Malvina Paré, married in Saint-François-du-Sud, Quebec on Jan 22, 1861. St-François is a farming community located between Lévis and Montmagny on the south shore of Quebec City.
Ludger was the son of: Simon-Prudent LeCompte, married to Marie-Olive Gendron on Feb 24, 1824, same parish.
Simon-Prudent was the son of: Jean-Baptiste LeCompte, married to Marguerite Samson on Jun 14 1796 in Saint-Pierre-du-Sud, Quebec.
Jean-Baptiste was the son of: Jean-Baptiste (Jean) LeConte, married to Marguerite Talbot on Oct 15, 1770, same parish. He was Ludger's great-grandfather and came from Normandy, France (the town is called St-Pierre-Langers and is near Granville).
He was a cod fisherman for probably about 20 years, going back and forth across the Atlantic every spring and fall to fish cod with a Granville company of about 50 men. He finally married at age 35 on this side of the Atlantic, perhaps unable to return to France because of the war with England. The English won and Canada was given up by France in the treaty (1763).