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View Tree for Jean Garneau St. Onge dit ChenseJean Garneau St. Onge dit Chense (b. 1628, d. Aft. November 29, 1676)

Jean Garneau St. Onge dit Chense (son of Dominique (1) Gareau St. Onge dit Chense and Marie Pinault)83, 84, 85, 86 was born 1628 in Xaintes, France -OR- Boucherville or La Pointe Claire ?86, and died Aft. November 29, 1676 in Reignac pres Barbezieux, Cognac, Saintes, Saintonge (Charente), France87, 88. He married (1) Anne Claveleau/Clavelo.

 Includes NotesNotes for Jean Garneau St. Onge dit Chense:
[5 - GODFROY-1 byBrendaLindley.FBK.FTW]

(alias Garao, Garau, Gasoe, Gavahau, Ganahau, Ganahan, Garahan, Garaheau)

1708, March 31: (II)-Jean Gareau alias Saint Onge (born 1679) is an engage to Michilimakina to the West departing Montreal.

1708, May 29: (II)-Pierre Gareau alias Saint Onge (1673-1740) listed Voyager West.

I am not sure how this next entry fits in as the birth dates do not match up for my Jean or any of my Pierre's.

1724 - May 15: (II)-Jean Gareau alias St Onge (b-1679) of Boucherville, Quebec, voyager West. Also II)-Pierre Gareau alias Saint Onge (1673-1740) Merchant de Fourrures and engager of Voyagers to the West departing Montreal, Quebec, for Fort de Saint Philippe des Miami's (Louisiana?). Also another canoe for (II)-Jean Gareau alias Saint Onge (born 1679) Merchant and engager of Voyagers to the West departing Montreal, Quebec.

1746 - Métis Record:
August 2: Montreal, Quebec, merchants: Monsieur Louis Damour Esquire, Monsieur De Clignancourt, Monsieur Jean Gareau (signed Garreau) alias St. Onge, and Paul Leduc (born 1706), leased the post of La Baye (Green Bay), New France (Wisconsin), and its dependencies. Jean Garreau was a member of the Sioux Company, formed in 1726 to exploit trade with that tribe. Paul Leduc's (born 1706) daughter- Elizabeth Leduc, married into the Garreau family in 1759.

1749 - Métis Record:
May 24: A permit, is issued to Monsieur Moison two canoes six men to Post Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), engages the Monsieur La Batte, his wife and one Panis, passenger, Jacques Benard also Besnard, Baptiste Saint Pierre, Paul Saint Pierre, Gaudreau, Barre, Jean Baptiste Gareau (b-1679), every one of Montreal, Quebec; Saint Onge, of La Pointe Claire; Mallet, of Lachine, Quebec; Jean Baptiste Mousseau born 1702 and Joseph Mousseau born 1697, of Saint Sulpice; -Pierre Rivet born 1717, of Repentigny.

1795 - Métis Record:
Pierre Garro (Gareau, Garreau) dit Xaintonge (DuArintonge)(Saintonge) Born December 20, 1722 Three Rivers, died September 20, 1795 likely son of one of the following sons of this family also called the Gareaus who were at Detroit 1694-1724.
Monday, January 5: John MacDonnell reported, according to Masson (1960 I: 292-93 ), that St. James, St. Pierre, Bedard, (IV)-Jean Baptiste Couture (b-1735) (LaCouture), Pierre Alain and Monsieur Gareau had arrived from River Le Souris (about one hundred and twenty five miles up the Assiniboine River) with pieces (furs). The latter Monsieur (Gareau) stayed behind at the Foutreau's lodge. He gave them a keg of one gallon of rum he had of his own. And because this did not suffice in getting the Foutreau's daughter as he had expected, he pierced the keg of high-wines he was in charge of and gave it to the Indians in pure form. In short, there are six quarts missing off the keg and six large knives wanting in his load. The whole keg would have been taken from him by the Foutreau and his band, who get enraged with drinking pure high-wines, had it not been for the Gendre (son-in-law) du Foutreau, a good Indian, who hurried Monsieur Gareau and Pierre Alain, the gambler de Goblets, off in the night, en fuyards (fugitives), leaving the girl, as well as rum and knives, in quiet possession of the Indians.

SOURCES:
1. EARLY Métis HISTORY 1525-1766
2. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
3. Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region
Revision 1701-1936 Vol.-1; Rev. Fr. C. Denissen
4. PRDH CERTIFICATE OF SON Pierre St. Onge[JimMunroe.FG.FTW]

(alias Garao, Garau, Gasoe, Gavahau, Ganahau, Ganahan, Garahan, Garaheau)

1708, March 31: (II)-Jean Gareau alias Saint Onge (born 1679) is an engage to Michilimakina to the West departing Montreal.

1708, May 29: (II)-Pierre Gareau alias Saint Onge (1673-1740) listed Voyager West.

I am not sure how this next entry fits in as the birth dates do not match up for my Jean or any of my Pierre's.

1724 - May 15: (II)-Jean Gareau alias St Onge (b-1679) of Boucherville, Quebec, voyager West. Also II)-Pierre Gareau alias Saint Onge (1673-1740) Merchant de Fourrures and engager of Voyagers to the West departing Montreal, Quebec, for Fort de Saint Philippe des Miami's (Louisiana?). Also another canoe for (II)-Jean Gareau alias Saint Onge (born 1679) Merchant and engager of Voyagers to the West departing Montreal, Quebec.

1746 - Métis Record:
August 2: Montreal, Quebec, merchants: Monsieur Louis Damour Esquire, Monsieur De Clignancourt, Monsieur Jean Gareau (signed Garreau) alias St. Onge, and Paul Leduc (born 1706), leased the post of La Baye (Green Bay), New France (Wisconsin), and its dependencies. Jean Garreau was a member of the Sioux Company, formed in 1726 to exploit trade with that tribe. Paul Leduc's (born 1706) daughter- Elizabeth Leduc, married into the Garreau family in 1759.

1749 - Métis Record:
May 24: A permit, is issued to Monsieur Moison two canoes six men to Post Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), engages the Monsieur La Batte, his wife and one Panis, passenger, Jacques Benard also Besnard, Baptiste Saint Pierre, Paul Saint Pierre, Gaudreau, Barre, Jean Baptiste Gareau (b-1679), every one of Montreal, Quebec; Saint Onge, of La Pointe Claire; Mallet, of Lachine, Quebec; Jean Baptiste Mousseau born 1702 and Joseph Mousseau born 1697, of Saint Sulpice; -Pierre Rivet born 1717, of Repentigny.

1795 - Métis Record:
Pierre Garro (Gareau, Garreau) dit Xaintonge (DuArintonge)(Saintonge) Born December 20, 1722 Three Rivers, died September 20, 1795 likely son of one of the following sons of this family also called the Gareaus who were at Detroit 1694-1724.
Monday, January 5: John MacDonnell reported, according to Masson (1960 I: 292-93 ), that St. James, St. Pierre, Bedard, (IV)-Jean Baptiste Couture (b-1735) (LaCouture), Pierre Alain and Monsieur Gareau had arrived from River Le Souris (about one hundred and twenty five miles up the Assiniboine River) with pieces (furs). The latter Monsieur (Gareau) stayed behind at the Foutreau's lodge. He gave them a keg of one gallon of rum he had of his own. And because this did not suffice in getting the Foutreau's daughter as he had expected, he pierced the keg of high-wines he was in charge of and gave it to the Indians in pure form. In short, there are six quarts missing off the keg and six large knives wanting in his load. The whole keg would have been taken from him by the Foutreau and his band, who get enraged with drinking pure high-wines, had it not been for the Gendre (son-in-law) du Foutreau, a good Indian, who hurried Monsieur Gareau and Pierre Alain, the gambler de Goblets, off in the night, en fuyards (fugitives), leaving the girl, as well as rum and knives, in quiet possession of the Indians.

SOURCES:
1. EARLY Métis HISTORY 1525-1766
2. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
3. Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region
Revision 1701-1936 Vol.-1; Rev. Fr. C. Denissen
4. [GODFROY-1 byBrendaLindley.FBK.FTW]
5. Ancestry.com / Contact: Diane Wolford Sheppard at bluecolumbine@comcast.net


More About Jean Garneau St. Onge dit Chense:
AKA (Facts Pg) 1: Garreau / Garneau.89, 90, 91, 92
AKA (Facts Pg) 2: (Garreau) dit Xaintonge, (DuArintonge), (Saintonge).93, 94, 95, 96
AKA (Facts Pg) 3: Jean Gareau.97, 98, 99, 100
Baptism 1: Garreau / Garneau.100
Baptism 2: (Garreau) dit Xaintonge, (DuArintonge), (Saintonge).100
Baptism 3: Jean Gareau.100
Date born 2: Reignac pres Barbezieux, Cognac, Saintes, Saintonge (Charente), France.101, 102
Date born 3: 1628, Boucherville -or- La Pointe Claire.103, 104, 105, 106
Nationality: French 100%.107, 108
Occupation 1: 1749 Voyager.108
Occupation 2: 1746-1749 merchant - Sioux Company.108
Occupation 3: Bet. 1746 - 1749, merchant - Sioux Company.109, 110, 111, 112
Occupation 4: 1749, Voyager.113, 114, 115, 116

Children of Jean Garneau St. Onge dit Chense and Anne Claveleau/Clavelo are:
  1. +Pierre St. Onge dit Chesne, b. 1654, Pignac, City of Barbeyeaux of Xaintes, France; Longueuil, Quebec117, 118, 119, 120, d. May 17, 1730, Longueuil, Quebec -or- Montreal, Quebec121, 122, 123, 124.

Children of Jean Garneau St. Onge dit Chense are:
  1. +Pierre St. Onge dit Chesne, b. 1654, Pignac, City of Barbeyeaux of Xaintes, France; Longueuil, Quebec125, 126, 127, 128, d. May 17, 1730, Longueuil, Quebec -or- Montreal, Quebec129, 130, 131, 132.
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