Pierre St. Onge dit Chesne
(-)
Louise or Jeanne Bailly or Bailli or Batty
(-1700)
Pierre Chesne dit La Butte
(1698-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Marie Magdeline Roy

2. Louise Barrois

Pierre Chesne dit La Butte

  • Born: 1698, Montreal
  • Partnership (1): Marie Magdeline Roy 25 May 1728 in Fort St. Phillipe, Village of the Miamis
  • Partnership (2): Louise Barrois in 1736 in Détroit, L`Assomption de Sandwich de Windsor
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  Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or general notes for this individual include:


Midwest Pioneers: Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Vol. 18

1761: CONFERENCE AT DETROIT
page 235-236
17 Pierre Chesne dit La Butte was born in Montreal in 1698. In 1717 he came to Detroit and became one of the principal merchants of the place, likewise being churchwarden and for many years official interpreter for the Ottawa. In 1760 he gave a considerable donation to the church of Ste. Anne. He acted as go-between in the negotiations that took place with Pontiac in 1763, and was suspected by some of the English, but probably unjustly, for Gladwin trusted him throughout the entire siege. His large house and garden on the north side of the 'fort were destroyed by the English, as affording a shelter to the besiegers. La Butte lived at Detroit until 1774.-- Ed .[p.236] support the French interpreters. Answered them with a belt of wampum.

Index
page 534
La Butte. Pierre Chesne dit. interpreter at Detroit. 235, 238, 243, 244, 246, 247; sketch, 235.


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Pierre married Marie Magdeline Roy, daughter of Pierre Roy, 25 May 1728 in Fort St. Phillipe, Village of the Miamis. (Marie Magdeline Roy died 20 October 1732.)


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Pierre next married Louise Barrois, daughter of Francois Lothenane dit Barrois and Marianne Sauvage, in 1736 in Détroit, L`Assomption de Sandwich de Windsor.


  Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or general notes from this partnership include:


Early U.S. French Catholic Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1695-1954
Name: Pierre Chesne
Spouse: Louise Barrois, daughter of Francois Lothman dit Barrois and of Sauvage
Event: Mariage (Marriage)
Event Year: 1736
Religion: Catholique
Place of Worship or Institution: Détroit, L`Assomption de Sandwich de Windsor
State: Michigan
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