Pierre Hetu

Male 1766 - 1841  (74 years)


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  • Name Pierre Hetu 
    Born 7 Oct 1766  Lavaltrie, Quebec, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Christened 7 Oct 1766  Lavaltrie, Quebec, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 4 Oct 1841  Lavaltrie, Quebec, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried 6 Oct 1841  Lavaltrie, Quebec, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I1451  Default
    Last Modified 22 Feb 2014 

    Father Jean-Baptiste Hetu,   b. 11 Jun 1729, Lavaltrie, Quebec, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Mar 1802, Lavaltrie, Quebec, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years) 
    Mother Catherine Robillard,   b. 9 Feb 1731, St. Sulpice, Quebec, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. unk 
    Married 17 Nov 1749  Lanoraie, Quebec, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • Children
      Jean-Baptiste HETU b: 8 MAR 1751 in LAVALTRIE, Québec
      Pierre HETU b: 17 APR 1753 in LAVALTRIE, Québec
      M.-Catherine HETU b: 11 OCT 1754 in LAVALTRIE, Québec
      M.-Louise HETU b: 7 DEC 1755 in LAVALTRIE, Québec
      Joseph HETU b: 13 MAR 1757 in LAVALTRIE, Québec
      Maurice HETU b: 30 SEP 1758 in LAVALTRIE, Québec
      Francois Jean HETU b: 22 SEP 1759 in LAVALTRIE, Québec
      Pierre HETU b: 3 JUN 1761 in LAVALTRIE, Québec
      Anonyme HETU b: 14 MAY 1762 in LAVALTRIE, Québec
      M.-Josephte HETU b: 6 MAY 1764 in LAVALTRIE Québec
      Pierre HETU b: 7 OCT 1766 in LAVALTRIE, Québec
      Louis Joseph HETU b: 3 JUN 1768 in LAVALTRIE, Québec

    Family ID F456  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Marie-Ursule Telmosse,   b. 1770,   d. 1808  (Age 38 years) 
    Married 21 Jun 1790  Lavaltrie, Quebec, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
    +1. Pierre Hetu,   b. 19 May 1791, Lavaltrie, Quebec, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1845  (Age 54 years)
    Last Modified 4 May 2005 
    Family ID F450  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Amable Bonin 
    Married 30 May 1808  Lavaltrie, Quebec, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 4 May 2005 
    Family ID F451  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Name: Pierre HETU
      Sex: M
      Occupation: Laboureur, Agriculteur (Labourer and agricultural farmer)
      Birth: 7 OCT 1766 in LAVALTRIE, Québec
      Baptism: 7 OCT 1766 LAVALTRIE, Québec
      Death: 4 OCT 1841 in LAVALTRIE, Québec
      Burial: 6 OCT 1841 LAVALTRIE, Québec
      Reference Number: QUATRE

      Father: Jean-Baptiste HETU b: 11 JUN 1729 in LAVALTRIE, Québec
      Mother: Catherine ROBILLARD b: 9 FEB 1731 in ST-SULPICE, Québec

      Marriage 1 M.-Ursule TELMOSSE
      Death: 18 JUN 1806 in LAVALTRIE

      Father: Antoine TELMOSSE SANSREGRE
      Mother: M.-Josephte HAN CHAUSSE

      Married: 21 JUN 1790 in LAVALTRIE

      Children

      Pierre HETU b: 19 MAY 1791 in LAVALTRIE
      Antoine HETU b: 19 AOU 1792 in LAVALTRIE
      Patrice HETU b: 13 MAR 1794 in LAVALTRIE
      Francois Xavier HETU b: 3 AVR 1795 in LAVALTRIE
      Charles HETU b: 2 DEC 1796 in LAVALTRIE
      Louis Jacques HETU b: 23 JUN 1800 in LAVALTRIE
      Jean Baptiste HETU b: 23 JAN 1802 in LAVALTRIE
      Ambroise Abraham HETU b: 6 MAR 1803 in LAVALTRIE
      Joseph HETU b: 30 MAI 1804 in LAVALTRIE
      Ambroise HETU b: 20 AVR 1806 in LAVALTRIE
      Angelique HETU b: 25 JUL 1798 in L'ASSOMPTION

      Marriage 2 Amable BONIN
      Married: 30 MAY 1808 in LAVALTRIE, Québec

      L'Assomption, Québec is a county town located on the L'Assomption River, 30 miles North of Montréal on the Canadian National Railway (CNR). The original name of the parish, founded in 1724, was St. Pierre du Portage de L'Assomption; on incorporation as a town in 1888, only part of the name was retained. Lumber is the basis of most of the Town's industry. Agriculture of the area specializes in tobacco-growing. The provincial government operates an experimental farm in the area. A collège classique, Collège de L'Assomption, has operated since 1833 as well. (written 1958-1965)
      L'Assomption County, one of the smallest counties in Québec, has a frontage on the North shore of the St. Lawrence River, immediately to the North of the Island of Montrèal. It has a depth of only a few miles, Montcalm County lying behind it. Essentially an agricultural area, the county has only two Towns; L'Assomption and L'Epiphanie. L'Assomption, the county seat, is in the North East part of the county on the L'Assomption River, which enters from Joliette County on the North and joins the St. Lawrence River near Charlemagne. Montréal-Québec lines of both the Canadian National Railway (CNR) and the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) traverse the county. The population is 94% of French origin. (written 1958-1965)
      L'Assomption River, a stream that rises in Joliette County, and with its tributaries; the Ouareau, St. Esprit, L'Achigan and others, drains most of Joliette, Montcalm and L'Assomption counties, from the heights of Parc de la Montagne Tremblante, into the St. Lawrence River. After a very winding course of 100 miles, it enters the St. Lawrence River opposite the North tip of Montréal Island. In its last 15 miles it is close to the St. Lawrence River, flowing almost in the opposite direction. For this reason, in the fur trade days there was a portage from the present site of the Town of L'Assomption to the St. Lawrence River. Hence the early name of the town; St. Pierre du Portage de L'Assomption. (written 1958-1965)