?Husband: Pierre Francois MACCABEE Lajeunesse Marin / Birth: abt 1734 Paroisse de
Burgille-le-Marnay, Diocese /Burial: abt 1794 Quebec /Death: 16 Aug 1794Ste-Therese, Ile
de Montreal, Quebec /AKA:MACCHABE, MANABE, LAJEUNESSE, ST. MARIN,AKA:
Pierre-Antoine /Marriage: 28 Oct 1776Lachine, Ile de Montreal, Quebec /Father: Jean
Francois MANABE MACCABEE (b abt 1705) /Mother: Jeanne Francoise TOURNOUX
Other spouse: Marie Catherine SIMON LEONARD (m 9 Jan 1758)
Other spouse: Marguerite CHARBONNEAU (m 9 Jan 1769)
Wife: Catherine Marie Antoine LANDROCHE Scyannis /Birth: 11 Sep 1756Lachine, Ile de
Montreal, Quebec /Baptism: 11 Sep 1756Lachine, Ile de Montreal, Quebec /AKA:Scaiennis,
Scayanisse, Scaianis, Seyanes /Father: Andre RAPIN DIT LANDROCHE (b abt 1712) /
Mother: Anne Marie Domitille PARENT
1 M Hippolyte MACCABEEBirth: 2 Feb 1778 Lachine, Ile de Montreal, Quebec /Death: 5
Mar 1778 Lachine, Ile de Montreal, Quebec /Burial: 6 Mar 1778 Lachine, Ile de Montreal,
2 M Andre MACHABEE /Birth: 12 Feb 1779Lachine, Ile de Montreal, Quebec / Baptism: 13
Feb 1779Lachine, Ile de Montreal, Quebec /AKA:Macchabee, Machabee, Maccabe,
Maccabee/Spouse: Angelique Marie CHARTRAND (m 28 Jan 1811)/Spouse: Angelique
Marie MATHIEU (m 10 Oct 1803)
3 M Dominique MACCABEE /Birth: 22 May 1780Lachine, Ile de Montreal, Quebec /
Baptism: 23 May 1780Lachine, Ile de Montreal, Quebec /AKA:MACCABEE LAJEUNESSE
4 M Joachim MACCHABE /Birth: 19 Aug 1781Lachine, Ile de Montreal, Quebec /Baptism:
20 Aug 1781Lachine, Ile de Montreal, Quebec /AKA:Macchabee, Machabee, Maccabe,
Maccabee /Spouse: Rose CHALIFOUX (m 1808)
5 F Genevieve MACCABEE /Birth: 2 Mar 1783 St-Eustache, Quebec /Baptism: 3 Mar 1783
St-Eustache, Quebec /AKA:MACCABEE LAJEUNESSE MARIN /Spouse: Pierre
MIGNERON (m 21 Aug 1810)
6 M Antoine Felix MACCABEE /Birth: 3 Jul 1784 St-Eustache, Quebec /Baptism: 4 Jul 1784
St-Eustache, Quebec / AKA:Macchabee, Machabee, Maccabe, Maccabee /Spouse: Louise
MASSON (m 1814)
7 F Marie Charlotte MACCABBE /Birth: 25 Feb 1786St-Eustache, Quebec /Baptism: 26
Feb 1786St-Eustache, Quebec /AKA:Macchabee, Machabee, Maccabe, Maccabee
8 M Pierre MACCABEE /Birth: 8 Jun 1787 St-Eustache, Quebec /Death: 8 Jun 1787
St-Eustache, Quebec /Baptism: 8 Jun 1787 St-Eustache, Quebec /Burial: 9 Jun 1787
St-Eustache, Quebec /AKA:Macchabee, Machabee, Maccabe, Maccabee
9 M Pierre MACHABEE /Birth: 15 Apr 1790Ste-Therese, Ile de Montreal, Quebec /
Baptism: 15 Apr 1790Ste-Therese, Ile de Montreal, Quebec /AKA:Macchabee, Machabee,
10 F Marie Scholastique MACHABEE /Birth: 26 Mar 1793Ste-Therese, Ile de Montreal,
Quebec /Baptism: 26 Mar 1793Ste-Therese, Ile de Montreal, Quebec /AKA:Macchabee,
Machabee, Maccabe, Maccabee
HUSBAND NOTES: Pierre Francois MACCABEE Lajeunesse Marin AKA(2,3):
AKA(4):General(5,6,7,8,9):First among our North American ancestors, Pierre-Francois
Maccabee, asoldier of the Guyenne Regiment, was born in Franche ComtÚ not far from the
Swiss border north of the Rhone Alps.In a "fichier origine" [original document] he is listed as
an immigrant born in Burgille, Doubs. Other sources indicate he was born in the Parish of Burgi
[Burgille], Diocese of Besancon. In 2001, Burgille's population was below 200. Archives for
small communities would have been sent to Besancon, "archives departementales du Doubs.
While researching the family history we have found a wide variation in the spelling of the
surname including: MACCABEE,MACCHABE, MACCHABE MARIN, MACHABEE, and
MACCHABE dit LA JEUNESSE MARIN. Pierre's "dit" name or nickname translates to
Maccabee the young sailor. (According to the researcher, Ghislaine Machabee, he was baptised
Pierre-Antoine on 4 May 1732. We believe it is more likely that Pierre Antoine was Pierre
Francois brother. The records for Burgille le Marnay are missing from the Bescancon archives
for 1734 so the accuracy of the estimated date of birth could not be checked.)
As a soldier of the Royal French Army's Compagnie Cormier Regiment deGuyenne,
Pierre-Francois set sail from the port of Brest on 3 May 1755 aboard the vessel l'Illustreone of
General Montcalm`s convoy of nine shipsand landed on 23 June 1755. The RÚgiment de
Guyenne was deployed in New France and the Mississippi River Valley during the French and
Indian War. In June 1756, the Regiment, which had been encamped in Fort Frontenac, laid siege
to Fort Chouaguen [Fort Oswego].Earlier that same year, 23 Jan 1756 in Longue-Pointe, Ile de
Montreal, Quebec, New France Pierre-Francoise Macchabe and Marie-Catherine Archambeault
Dufresne witnessed the baptism by the missionary/priest Reverchon of a foundling, born that day,
left on the doorsteps of the church. The child was given the name Pierre-Franþois. The mother
and father are listed as "inconnus" (unknown]. Three days later, Jan 26, twenty-two year-old
Pierre Francois witnessed the burial of Charles & Elizabeth [Larche] Normand's child in Longue
In 1758, the young soldier Pierre Francois Macchabe, Marin in the Regiment "De Guyenne
Compagnie de LeCormier" originally from the Parish of Burgi, Diocese of Besancon, married
Marie Catherine Simon in Longue Point . Church records indicate the couple's parents were
Jean-Francois Macchabe & Jeanne Francoise Tournon and Louis Simon Leonard & Marie Behic.
Witnesses included: Jean Baptiste Blain, Chief Surgeon of the Regiment of Guyenne, Pierre
Petjat, Sergeant, Jean Archambault, Toussaint Pepin and Reverchon, missionary/priest. The
20-year-old bride had all of the necessary "permissions" to wed.
Two years after the signing of the Treaty of Paris that brought an end to Seven Years' War and
victory to the British, the 1765 Quebec Census indicates the household of Francois Maccabe in
Lachine consisted of 1 daughter, 2 sons under 15 years of age and a wife. Of their nine children,
six died. The infant Francois died 1 1/2 months after his birth. No documentation other than the
baptism has been found for Pierre Amable. It is possible he did not survive his first year.Marie
Catherine died in February 1768 shortly after the birth of twin sons.
During their 10 year marriage, the couple lived through the 1758 winter famine; the 1759
surrender of Quebec City to the English after the battle of the Plains of Abraham; attempts by
French troops to retake Quebec in 1760, the closure of all Jesuit Colleges by the Parliament of
Paris resulting in the expulsion of the Jesuits, the 1763 Treaty of Paris that ceded Canda to the
British and the devastation of more than one hundred Montreal homes in the fire of 1765.
Pierre's mother Jeanne Francoise Tournou [AKA Tournois] died prior to his second marriage in
1769 as did both of the parentsLouis Charbonnot & Josephe Langevinof his new bride,
Marguerite Charbonnot, resident of Lachine, a native of St.-Laurent. Four of the couple's six
children died in infancy; no records were found for Marie Catherine following her baptism.
Marguerite died at 35 years old following the birth of her sixth child.
During the course of their marriage,the Jesuit order of 22,000 was abolished in Canada in 1773;
May 22, 1794,the Bishop of Quebec, Jean Oliver Briand, ordered French loyalty to Britain and
forbade Canadian women to marry American soldiers. The Philadephia Congress, stated that the
Quebec Act was: "That worst of laws, which supported a Catholic Religion that spread impiety,
bigotry, persecution, murder and rebellion throughout every part of the world." Four days later,
the same Congress passed an address encouraging Quebec inhabitants to form a union of liberty
and brotherhood. Workhouses that eventually evolved into poor houses were established for
women and children. The Quebec Act of 1774 guaranteed the French population of 60,000 their
basic rights. In 1775, anAmerican described rural French Quebecois as "very stupid, not one to
four hundred that could read one word, but were very precise in saying their prayers, counting
their beads and crossing themselves." In October 1776, three months after the death of
Marguerite, Pierre Francois, married Catherine Scayanifs, resident of Lachine, daughter of Andre
Scayanifs Landroche and Anne Parent, deceased. By 1793, Catherine had given birth to her ninth
In the last four years of Pierre's life, a slave cemetery was established at Saint Armand Station,
Quebec (1790); three years later, the importation of slaves was prohibited but slavery was not
abolished until 18041811 in Upper Canada. Most children born into slavery in Upper Canada
died before reaching 25the promised age of freedom. In 1794, Lyonnaise Sulpician
Seminarians, exiled by the French Revolution, immigrated to Montreal. It is believed Pierre
Francois died that year and thatthe record of death bearing the name of Lambert Maccabe, age
55, dated 16 Aug 1794 in Sainte-Therese, Ile de Montrealwas actually the record of for 60
year-old Pierre. In the 39 years between his fist marriage and his death, Pierre Francois sired 27
WIFE NOTES: Catherine Marie Antoine LANDROCHE Scyannis General(6,5,10,11): The
baptism of Marie Antoine SCAIENNIS was performed by the priest BRASSIER in the presence
of her parents, Andre SCAIENNIS & Marie Anne PARENT, Joseph ROY and Marie Catherine
RAPIN. The certificate has a notation that it is not in chronologique order, situated between B
1756-10-09 and B 1756-10-21. It is believed that Marie Antoine and Catherine are the same
CHILD NOTES: Hippolyte MACCABEE General(12): Hippolyte MacchabÚ was baptized two
days after his birth in the presence of his parentsFrancois Macchabee and Catherine Scayanifs
CHILD NOTES: Andre MACHABEE General(13,14,15,16): Andre's first marriage was to
CHILD NOTES: Dominique MACCABEE General(17): Dominique's baptism was attended by
CHILD NOTES: Joachim MACCHABE General(5,18): Mother's name at baptism spelled:
CHILD NOTES: Genevieve MACCABEE General(19):
CHILD NOTES: Antoine Felix MACCABEE General(5,20): On the baptism record of Antoine
Felix, his parent's names are listed as Pierre Macabe Lajeunesse and Catherine Seyanes.
CHILD NOTES: Marie Charlotte MACCABBE General(21): On Marie Charlotte's baptism
record her parents are listed as Catherine Seyanis; father: Pierre Maccabbe
CHILD NOTES: Pierre MACCABEE General(22): On the day of Pierre's baptism and death, his
mother is "Marie Seayanis". Pierre died the day of his birth and was buried the following day.
CHILD NOTES: Pierre MACHABEE General(23): At the baptism of the second son with the
forename Pierre, his parents are listed as Pierre Francois Machabee & Catherine Scaniamil.
CHILD NOTES: Marie Scholastique MACHABEE General(24): Marie-Scholastique's mother on
the record of baptism is shown as Catherine Scaianis.
1.Microfilm.Page 9,215McVittyBatch 7314502, Serial Sheet 46.
2.Repetoire des ActesBapteme, Sepulture, Mariage, Recensement; Listes des migrants;
Famille; et Individu.http://www.genealogy.umontreal.cahttp://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca : University of Montreal.Family of
Pierre Francois MACCHABE LAJEUNESSE.
3.TANGUAY, Mgr. Cyprien.DGFC.Vol 7 pg 481 1758 (i janvier) Longue Pointe
I-MANABE (2) Pierre-Francois, filsde Jean-Francois et de Jeanne-Francoise Tournon de
Burgis, diocese de Besancon, Franche Comte 1e [marriage] SIMON-LEONARD, Catherine [fille
de Louis III] b 1731 [child] Jean-Baptiste b 27 oct 1758; Francois b 9 fevrier et s 29 avril 1760;
2e [marriage] 1769, (i janvier) Lachine CHARBONNEAU, Marguerite [fille de Louis IV]
Footnote (2) Et Maccabe - Machabe dit LajeunesseSt Marin; soldat au regiment de Guyenne.
MANABE - Vatiations et surnoms: MACCABEMACHABELAJEUNESSE - ST. MARIN.
4.TANGUAY, Mgr. Cyprien.DGFC.DGFCMACHABEE / LAJEUNESSE, Pierre Francois
bapt 04-0-1732, Burgille (Doubs, Dept 25101) parents Jean-Francois & Jeanne Francoise
Tournoux: "Il est baptise sous le prenom de Pierre-Antoine.
5.France & Yannick Machabee.Family tree prepared in 1995 (Descendants of Andre Maccabee
& Angelique Chartrand's son Benjamin Machabee and his wife, Louise Bariteau.).
6.Roberta Bonnie Shewan Machabee.Machabee-S.deCarufel Family Files compiled by
daughter-in-law of Simonne S.de Carufel and Joseph Lucien Machabee.Ottawa, OntarioQuebec.
7.Repetoire des ActesBapteme, Sepulture, Mariage, Recensement; Listes des migrants;
Famille; et Individu.http://www.genealogy.umontreal.cahttp://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca : University of Montreal.Famille:
Machabee Lajeunesse Marin - Simon Leonard Bosseron;Act 273035 ; Marriage 2 - #216039;
Marriage 3 #216102 ; Family of Jean Francois Macchabe and Jeanne Francoise Tournou; Burial
Act [LAMBERT MACCABE Age 55likely actually that of Pierre Francois] # 395294
Ste-ThÚrÞse 1794-08-17 DÚcÞs :1794-08-16.
8.The French Canadians 1600-1900.Machabe dit Lajeunesse-St Mari, Pierre Francois, soldier,
married in 1758 in Longue Pointe and in 1769 in Lachine (PQ445-480) & Pg 9215, Batch
7314502, Sheet 68: Machabee dit Lajeunesse-Ste-Marie.
9.TANGUAY, Mgr. Cyprien.DGFC.MANAB? (Variations - MACCABE, MACHABE-
LAJEUNESSE - ST. MARTIN "1758 (9 janvier) Longue Pointe - MANABE (2), Pierre-Francois
fils de Jean-Francois et de Jeanne-Francois Touron de Burgis diocese de Besancon
Franche-Comte 1. Simon-Leonard, Catherine... 2. Charbonneau, Marguerite.
10.Patricio Barnum Gollaz.Barnum Family Genealogy.www.barnum.org: Patricio Barnum
11.Repetoire des ActesBapteme, Sepulture, Mariage, Recensement; Listes des migrants;
Famille; et Individu.http://www.genealogy.umontreal.cahttp://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca : University of Montreal.Bapteme
12.Ibid.Acte # 499922 Burial Lachine1778-03-06 DÚcÞs :1778-03-05.
13.Ibid.Christening #655147 1779-02-13.
14.Extracted from LDS files by various researchers & hobbyists.Ancestral File - Family Group
Records & Individual Records.The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.(M) Pg 9215,
Batch 7314502, Batch 66 - Matthieu; Sheet 67 - Chartrand.
15.Marriage Index.Rivest Marriage Index - Quebec Film 0933150; Drouin Marriage Index for
Females (Blue Books); Loiselle Marriage Index - Quebec Film 0543758.
16.Church Records.Ste Rose Church Records transcribed by Bergeron, Page 138, Act 2700.
17.Repetoire des ActesBapteme, Sepulture, Mariage, Recensement; Listes des
migrants; Famille; et Individu.http://www.genealogy.umontreal.cahttp://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca : University of Montreal.
22.Ibid.(b) 644851 (d)514616.
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