3058. Jean BEAUDET/BAUDET was born in 1650 in Blanzay (Vienne) (Poitou Charentes Region), France.1958 He came to the New World via/on "le Noir d'Amsterdam".1 He appeared in the census in 1666. Jean died before 13 July 1714. On this date, an inventory of the deceased Jean Beaudet's belongings were taken.1385,1992 Marie GRANDIN and Jean BEAUDET/BAUDET1385 signed a marriage contract on 7 September 1670 in Québec (Québec Province), Canada. They were married on 23 September 1670 at Notre Dame in Québec (Québec Province), Canada.1,1993 They1,1993 appeared in the census in 1681 He was engaged in the commercial sale of eels, anguilles, with the merchants Jean Millot and Charles de Couagne in Montréal.
3059. Marie GRANDIN was born in 1651 in Orléans (Abbaye Saint-Eubert/Saint-Euvert) (Loiret) (Centre Region), France.1994 She was a "King's Daughter". The King's Daughters or "Filles du roi" were a group of approximately 800 young French women who immigrated to New France between 1663 and 1673 as part of a program by Louis XIV to furnish brides for the male immigrants. They were usually between the age of 12 and 25, had to supply a letter of reference from their parish priest and were provided a dowry by the King. The King also paid for their transport to New France. Most of the women were commoners of humble birth, were held to very high standards and were required to be physically fit enough to survive the hard work demanded of immigrants to the fledgling colony. She came to the New World via the "La Nouvelle France". The 250-ton vessel arrived in Québec on 31 July 1670 carrying 120 "Filles du Roi" ( or "King's Daughters"1995 She Donation on 25 February 1715 in Trois-Rivières (Québec Province), Canada. Marie died on 14 July 1715 at the age of 64 at Hôtel-Dieu in Québec (Québec Province), Canada.1385,1992 She was buried in (Québec Province), Canada.