960.FrancoisQuevillon, born 1688; died Bef. July 1741.He was the son of 1920. AdrienQuevillon and 1921. JeanneHunault dit Deschamps.He married 961. Marie-LouiseVilleray December 02, 1713 in Montreal, QC, Canada. 961.Marie-LouiseVilleray, born May 1696.She was the daughter of 1922. AntoineVilleray and 1923. JeanneQuenneville. Child of Francois Quevillon and Marie-Louise Villeray is:
Jean Baptiste Quevillon, born Abt. 1714; married Marie Anne Cadieux July 27, 1744 in Riviere-des-Pairies, Montreal Dio, QC, Canada.
962.PierreCadieux, born December 05, 1697 in Boucherville, Quebec.He was the son of 1924. PierreCadieux and 1925. MargueriteMenard.He married 963. MarieJosepheHogue October 26, 1722 in Riviere-des-Pairies, Montreal Dio, QC, Canada. 963.MarieJosepheHogue, born June 19, 1703 in Riviere-des-Pairies, Montreal Dio, QC, Canada.She was the daughter of 1926. PierreHogue and 1927. JeanneTheodore. Child of Pierre Cadieux and Marie Hogue is:
Marie Anne Cadieux, born July 26, 1723 in Riviere-des-Pairies, Montreal Dio, QC, Canada; married Jean Baptiste Quevillon July 27, 1744 in Riviere-des-Pairies, Montreal Dio, QC, Canada.
964.JeanBaptistePourciauI, born Abt. 1670 in Haum, Bishopric of Chambray, France; died Bef. 1724.He married 965. MagdelineTringue. 965.MagdelineTringue, born in Haum, Bishopric of Chambray, France. Child of Jean Pourciau and Magdeline Tringue is:
Jean Baptiste Pourciau II, born Abt. 1710 in Haum, Bishopric of Chambray, France; died Abt. May 04, 1763 in Pointe Coupee Parish, LA; married Marie Terese Chalin September 17, 1737 in Pointe Coupee Parish, LA.
966.JacquesChalin, born Abt. 1692 in Haum, Bishopric of Chambray, France; died March 24, 1729/30 in New Orleans, LA.He married 967. AnneN. 967.AnneN, born Abt. 1692 in Mare, Champagne, France; died Bef. 1745. Notes for Jacques Chalin: or born Chassy, Burgundy this death date is the burial date; buried in New Orleans as Jacques Chanlin He is listed on the passenger list of the ship Le Tilleul which arrived at Ship Island on July 20, 1720. Notes for Anne N: 511. Anne N(326). The record gives the surname of the bride's mother by the initial "N" only. Seemingly, the full name was unknown. http://www.mindspring.com/~jwbarron/newton/d394.htm#P887 now believed to be Anne Fanay Also a passenger on the Le Tilleul and listed as wife of Jacques Chaulin Child of Jacques Chalin and Anne N is:
Marie Terese Chalin, born 1722 in Avoyelles Parish, LA; died December 20, 1785 in Pointe Coupee Parish, LA; married Jean Baptiste Pourciau II September 17, 1737 in Pointe Coupee Parish, LA.
968.PierreMayeaux, born Abt. 1699 in Maintenoy, Bishopric of Ameins, Picardy, France; died December 16, 1747 in Pointe Coupee Parish, LA.He was the son of 1936. PierreFrancoisMahieux and 1937. MarieGrelin.He married 969. MarieCellier Bef. 1720 in France. 969.MarieCellier, died Bef. January 29, 1738/39 in Pointe Coupee Parish, LA.She was the daughter of 1938. JeanCellier and 1939. AnneCadet. Notes for Pierre Mayeaux: GENERAL INFORMATION - Mayeux was also spelled Mahieux, Mayheur, Mayeaux, Maieux, Mahyeux - Listed on the rolls of the ship "Profond" which set sail from LaRochelle, France on June 10, 1720 and arrived at Biloxi on September 16, 1720.His wife, Marie Cellier (aka: Sellier) is listed as a "worker's wife". - Re: "Albert DeCuire arrives in Louisiana" / Randy DeCuir "Pierre first settled at Arkansas, as documented in the birthplace of his son, and he apparently lived near the John Law Concession of the Arkansas Post." - Pierre "Maieux" was a witness to a marriage at St. Louis Church in New Orleans on 3-19-1727 (and is listed as a resident of New Orleans).This place of residency is confirmed by the birth of his daughter, Geneveive, in New Orleans. - In 1729, Pierre and his family were living at Natchez where another daughter, Cecile, was born. - Re: "Albert DeCuire arrives in Louisiana" / Randy DeCuir "Pierre Mayeux was one of only two white men spared by the Indians in the famous Natchez Massacre in Novmeber 1729 which wiped out the French settlement of about 250 settlers.Mayeux was apparently spared because of his occupation as a wagon driver.He was needed by the Indians to gather the clothing of the massacred victims and bring it back to them, according to Steve Mayeux, a descendant who has studied this period of French Colonial history in detail..." - Settled permanently in Pointe Coupee c1731.Established sizeable plantation & by 1745 was regarded as one of the wealthiest planters in the area. - Pierre was married at least twice: 1st marriage was to Marie Cellier/Sellier prior to their 1720 arrival in Biloxi 2nd marriage was to Marie Francois Manne on 2-27-1739 d/o Francois Manne and Elizabeth Chelet. - CENSUS - 1731 Census - "Mayeux, left band descending of the Mississippi River; 1 woman, 3 children, 1 male capable of bearing arms, 1 Negro slave" - 1745 Census of Pointe Coupee Piere MahyeuxAge 48 Marie Francois Manne, his wife"38 Cecile Mahyeux"16 Magdelaine Mahyeux"12 Slaves - 6 Black men - 6 Black women - 4 Black boys - 6 Black girls Horses1 Cattle36 Hogs8 Muskets4 Pistols1 Powder10 Lead & Balls4 Corn150 Beans40 Tobacco15 Land Cultivated80 - BURIAL - Burial registered at St. Francis, New Roads, Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana. Original cemetery is now under the Mississippi River.Record number PCP-1, 84 http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres/5571/mayeuxpier.htm Child of Pierre Mayeaux and Marie Cellier is:
Francois Pierre Mayeaux, born Abt. 1723 in Arkansas Post; died June 09, 1765 in Pointe Coupee Post, LA; married Nicole Prevost February 11, 1744/45 in Pointe Coupee Parish, LA.