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1661 (I)-Francois Gano alias Gerneaux (1620-1723) a Huguenot from Island of Guernsey, France is listed New Rochelle, N.Y. in 1661.
1688 July 31, Joseph Goulet, Voyager West.
In the spring of 1688 (II)-Mathieu Garaut, also Garaho, Gavahau and Perrin (1664-1742), engage of La Roy to the West, while conducting goods to Fort Cataraqui (Fort Frontenac, Kingston, Ontario), is captured by the Iroquois. He is held prisoner at the Iroquois village of Anoyottes. Shortly thereafter the Iroquois also capture (I)-Jeanne Therese Pilet (1671-1750) at L’Anne. She is taken to the Iroquois village of Anoyottes. They contracted marriage at Anoyottes in the presence of Father Pere Millet, the Jesuit, who is also held as prisoner. Oliver Perrin alias Garao, Garau, Garneau, Gavahau, Ganahau, Garaheau, Gaspe is believed to be their son but is not listed in Tanguay. It's also noteworthy that Pilet is also not listed Tanguay.
1694 September 11, (I)-Pierre Gareau (1653-1729) Voyager West.
1694 September 5, Lachine marriage (II)-Mathieu Perrin dit Garaut born September 21, 1664 Montreal son (I)-Henri Perrin b-1623 and Jeanne Merrin veuve d'Eloi Jarry; married (II)-Jeanne Pilet veuve de Francois Ethier, daughter (I)-Francois Pilet.
1701 June 28, (II)-Mathieu Perrin alias Garant, Garao (Garno),
Gavahau and Garau (1664-1742) Voyager West, the father of
(III)-Oliver Perrin who used Garneau as an alias. (III)-Oliver Garahan of Saint Anne, Montreal, Quebec (alias Garao, Garau, Garneau, Gavahau, Ganahau, Garaheau, Gaspe sees June 1, 1751 travel permit to poste of La Baie des Paunts (Green Bay)
1702 July 16, (II)-Pierre Gouin (1679-1761) Voyager West.
1704 April 29, (II)-Pierre Gouin (1679-1761) Voyager West.
1704 September 28, (I)-Pierre Gareau (1653-1729) Voyager West.
1705 May 30, (I)-Pierre Gareau (1653-1729) Voyager
(II)-Pierre Gareau (1673-1740) alias St. Onage, Saintonage and Xaintonge established a second home at Detroit.
1708 (II)-Michel Colin alias LaLiberte (b-1677) Voyager west, possible relative Oliver Coline de Carillon alias Garneau.
The three brothers (II)-Pierre Gareau, (II)-Jean
Gareau and (II)-Dominique Gareau alias Garro and Garraud are all at
Detroit this season.
April 26, Antoine Gourion alias Gorin is born
Fort Detroit son Jean Baptiste Gourion (possible alias Gouriau) a
sergeant and farmer at Detroit married to Louise Chaudillon alias Rhodillon. Source Detroit under Cadillac by C.M.
May 16, Louis Gouin arrived Detroit
May 19. Joseph Gouin arrived Detroit
1713 June 3, (I)-Pierre Gareau (1653-1729) Voyager West.
1715 March 31, (II)-Jean Gareau alias Saint Onage(born 1679) Voyager West.
1715 May 22, (II)-Mathieu Perrin alias Garao (1664-1742)
also Garaut, Gavahau and Perrin de Louarget Voyager West,
father (III)-Oliver Garneau.
1715 May 29, (II)-Pierre Gareau alias Saint Onage(1673-1740) Voyager West.
1716 March 15, (II)-Alexander DaGneau (b-1698) and brother (II)-Jean DaGneau (1694-1741) sieur de Douville are listed Voyager West.
1718 to 1720 permit to Chagouamigon, (Bay, La Pointe, Wisconsin) Captain Paul le Gardeur, Monsieur Saint Pierre, son Jean Baptiste Le Gardeur and Grandson of Jean Nicolet.
1721 June 5, permit (II)-Jean Garreau (born 1679) and Nicolas Catin from Montreal to La Riviere Saint Joseph (Lake Michigan).
1722 June 2, (II)-Jacques Grignon (1697-1749) Voyager West.
1722 FORT DE LA PRESENTATION DE LA GALETTE
Jeanne Garenio, savage born 1722 is baptised May 25, 1722 at Fort de La Presentation De La Galette.
1724 May 15, (II)-Jean Gareau alias Saint Onage(born 1679) Voyager West.
May 15 (II)-Pierre Gareau alias Saint Onage (1673-1740) merchant and engageur to Fort Miamis.
August 11, (II)-Alexander DaGneau (b-1698), sieur de Douville, Voyager West.
September 3, (III)-Joseph Gouin (1705-1760), Voyager West.
1725 (II)-Jean Baptiste Grignon (1700-1745), Voyager West. Wife and children are in the Illinois.
1726 (II)-Alexander DaGneau (b-1698) Voyager West.
1726, June 6, Montreal Sioux Company formed to
trade with Sioux, owners include (II)-(Pierre) Petit Garrau (Garreau) and
(II)-Jean Garrau alias Gareau and Saint Onage.
August 29, Fuillaume DaGneau (b-1706), sieur de LaMothe Voyager West.
1727 May 22, (II)-Jean Gareau alias Saint Onage (b-1679) Voyager West.
May 29, (II)-Pierre Garreau alias Saint Onage Voyager West.
August 16, Louis Cesaire DaGneau (b-1704) Voyager West.
1728 Sept 2, (II)-Pierre DaGneau (b-1702) Voyager West.
September 3, (III)-Jean DaGneau sieur de Douville Voyager West.
September 5, Guillaume sieur de Lamothe (b-1706 Voyager West.
1730 (IV)-Charles LeGardeur, sieur de Croizille (1677-1749) Voyager West.
March 31, Philippe DaGneau, sieur de LaSaussaye Voyager West.
1731 (IV)-Louis Panis Gouin alias savage (b-1731) baptised September 15, 1735 Ste Anne de la Perade son a savage and slave (III)-Claude Gouin (1716-1776) dit Montendre of Detroit.
1735 (II)-Antoine Grignon born April 26, 1716 married Mackinac this year.
1736 November 12, marriage L'Ange Gardien Jacques Garnaud married (III)-Marie
Joseph Carreau b-1722 daughter (II)-Joseph Carreau d-1728 and (III)-Marie Poulet;
1737 (II)-Pierre Grignon (1709-1736?) married Mackinac.
1739 May 8, permit to Saint Ange Charley from Montreal to Temiscamingue, Ontario. Engage (II)-(Oliver Perrin (b-1706)) Garaheau dit Coline, de Carillon (25 miles west of Montreal) alias Garneau, Garao, Garau, Gavahau, Ganahau, Garahan, Gaspe and Perrin de Louarget.
1740 KASKASKIAS, ILLINOIS
(II)-Jacques Grignon (1697-1749) entered into tempoary marriage with Catherine Clement as did Michel Philippe, Charles Dulunde and Antoine Roland. Catherine Clement is the daughter Francois Marc Clement and Agnes Anard
1742 CHARLESBOURG, QUEBEC
Gilles Francois DeGaneau, chevalier, seigneur de Senneville il signe Sept 17, 1742 Charlesbourg, Quebec.
1743 GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN
July 30, permit to Sieur Garreau for one canoe and three men from Montreal to Post de La Baie (Green Bay). Saint Ange Charley sent canoes to Nepigon and Chagouamigon.
1745 June 11, (III)-Claude Gouin (1710-1776) voyager to Mackinac
(V)-Louise Gouin (1745-1760) daughter savage and (IV)-Louis Panis Gouin recorded Ste Anne de la Perade, Detroit.
1745 GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN
Paul Leduc sent canoe to La Baie (Green Bay) with engage Pierre Giroux.
1746 GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN
(II)-Jean Gareau (signed Garreau) alias St. Onage and others leased La Baye (Green Bay).
1747 LA POINTE, CHAGOUAMIGON BAY, WISCONSIN
July 9, permit to Saint Ange Charly from Montreal to Chagouamigon (La Pointe). Engage (II)-Olive Garneau from Saint Anne.
1748 LA POINTE, CHAGOUAMIGON BAY, WISCONSIN
June 16, permit to Saint Ange Charly from Montreal to La Pointe de Chagouamigon. Engage (III)-Oliver Ganahau from Bout de I'IIe.
May 20, permit to Moisan from Montreal to Detroit Jean Baptiste Garant.
1749 LA POINTE, CHAGOUAMIGON BAY, WISCONSIN
May 26, permit to Saint Ange Charly from Montreal to La Pointe. Engage (III)-Oliver Gaspe?, of Sault au Recollet.
May 24, permit to Moisan from Montreal to Detroit, engage Gaudreau and Barre Jean Baptiste Gareau from Montreal.
1751 GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN
June 1, permit to Jean Baptiste Poirier from Montreal to La Baie des Puants. Engage (III)-Oliver Garahan, from Sainte Anne.
1752 GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN
permit issued to Joseph Poirier and engage (II)-Pierre Giroux and Antoine Giroux, de Sante Genevieve to La Baie des Puants (Green Bay) to trade with the Sioux.
1753 MACKINAC, MICHIGAN
Charlotte Mi-Gauanon-Jean Auetaukis married Mackinac July 6, 1753 a
Antoine LeTellier dit La Fortune (Foutreau? see
1759 MICHILIMACKNIC, MICHIGAN
Monsieur Pierre Amable Gareau (b-1739) married Michilimacknic 1759 (IV)-Elizabeth Leduc (born 1738) daughter (II)-Paul Leduc born 1706.
1762 FORT DETROIT, MICHIGAN
(IV)-Jean Baptiste LaCouture (Goneau et Gouneau) born November 18, 1735 living in the south, son (III)-Jean Baptiste Couture (Goneau et Gouneau) and (III)-Marie Madeleine Lacasse born 1697;
May 23, 1794 recorded on the Red river trading
January 5, 1795 recorded trading to River Le Souris
Married October 25, 1762 Fort Detroit (IV)-Catherine Campeau (b-1742) daughter (III)-Antoine Campeau (1702-1759) and (V)-Marie Anne Pelletier.
SIX CHILDREN ARE RECORDED:
(V)-Jean Baptiste Couture (Goneau et Gouneau dit Lacouture) born February 1, 1764 Detroit
(V)-Marie Catherine Couture (Goneau et Gouneau dit Lacouture) born March 9, 1766 Detroit, died March 24, 1794 British Fort Detroit (Michigan), married January 8, 1781 British Fort Detroit (Michigan) Gabriel Godfroy.
(V)-Pierre Couture (Goneau et Gouneau dit Lacouture) born March 3, 1768 Detroit
(V)-Medard Couture (Goneau et Gouneau dit Lacouture) born February 7, 1769 Detroit
(V)-Claude Couture (Goneau et Gouneau dit Lacouture) born February 21, 1777 Detroit
(V)-Joseph Couture (Goneau et Gouneau dit Lacouture) born February 7, 1781 Detroit
Francois Lacouture (Goneau et Gouneau) b-1777 married Josephte Indian b-1780 most likely North West, most likely son Lacouture (Goneau et Gouneau) b-1735
Joseph Gurneo Sr. likely born 1770/1772 or earlier married about 1789 Pembina or La Pointe Wisconsin an Indian Woman and had one known son Joseph Gernon Gornon, Gornau Gurneo Gurneau Jr. Metis, b-1790 Pembina or La Pointe, Wisconsin
1775 GRANDE PORTAGE, MINNESOTA
April 10 permit to Alexander Henry (1739-1824) and (III)-Jean Baptiste Cadot (1723-1803) for four canoe and 33 persons to Grande Portage and beyond (the Saskatchewan and Rocky Mountains) including Michel Cadot and a Francois Giroux.
(IV)-Francois Giroux (b-1741, m-1770) Beauport.
(IV)-Francois Giroux (b-1730, m-1766) St. Philippe.
1776 FORT MICHILIMACKINAC, MICHIGAN
(III)-Pierre Grignon born November 16, 1740 Deschambault son (II)-Pierre Grignon born 1709 and (II)-Marguerite Chevalier born 1723;
Second marriage about 1776 and recorded Auguet 8, 1787 Fort Michilimackinac a (V)-Louise Domitilde (Domithilde) Langlade born 1759
Daughter (IV)-Charles Langlade (Mouet) and Charlotte (Catherine) Ambroise Bourassa. The family traveled to Fort Michilimackinac August 6. 1787 where they are married August 8, 1787 and the children baptised.
SIX CHILDREN ARE RECORDED:
(IV)-Pierre Antoine (Fanfan) Grignon (son espouse) born October 21, 1777, baptised August 6, 1787 Michilimackinac.
(IV)-Charles Grignon born June 14, 1779, (ondoye) baptised August 6, 1787 Michilimackinac.
(IV)-Augustin Grignon born June 27, 1780 (ondoye) La Baie-Verte (Green Bay to establish treaty with his two brothers, baptised L'Assumption du Detroit and baptised August 6, 1787 Michilimackinac and married a Marie Sauvagesse
(IV)-Louis Grignon born September 23, 1783, baptised August 6, 1787 Michilimackinac died 1860.
(IV)-Jean Baptiste Grignon born July 23, 1785, baptised August 6, 1787 Michilimackinac.
(IV)-Domitilde Grignon born March 20 and died Auguet 3, 1787, baptised August 3, 1787 Michilimackinac.
Francois Lacouture (Goneau et Gouneau) b-1777
Married Josephte Indian b-1780 most likely North West.
Jean Baptiste Garneau and Jeanne Campeau possible daughter Michel Campeau
and Josette Dutu de cette paraisse, listed godparents about 1778 L'Assomption
de La Pointe de Montreal 1761-1783 du Detroit #1026604 page #207.
Baptism Jeanette Langlois daughter Antoine Langlois and Marie D'Onges Bouchelot.
see 1756 and 1788 Garneau marriage to a Langlois, requires research
Joseph Gurnoe Jr, b-1800 died October 20, 1894 Sugar Island son of Joseph Gurnoe Sr, and Archangel. If this is true then Joseph Sr. would be born about 1782??
Louis Garreau alias Garoux and Marie Chouing Robert witness Detroit
baptism Maries Choring.
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