Boyer Info | Old Mines 2017

Sisters Eleonore and Rosine: Mary Eleonore Boyer and Richard Marshall | Rosine Elizabeth Boyer and George W. Rutledge, Sr.

(Marshall: pardon papers and supreme court)

Their parents: Jean Baptiste Boyer & Maria Aurore St. Germain | Charles & Marie Madeleine Boyer | Nicolas III & Dorothee Boyer | Nicolas II & Louise Boyer | Nicolas I & Marguerite | Ettinne & Perinna Boyer |

Joseph St. Germain and Marie Josephine Josette Calvet (Parents of Maria Aurore St. Germain, wife of Jean Baptiste)

Joseph Antoine Calvet and Marie Elizabeth Marechal (Parents of Marie Calvet) | Nicolas Marechal and Marie Jean Illeret (Marie Elizabeth Marechal's parents; Marie Elizabeth Marechal and Antoine Marechal, below, are siblings)

Jean Baptiste Maurice dit Chatillon & Marie Jeanne Corset (parents of Marie Madeline, wife of Charles) |

Jean Baptiste Olivier & Marie Marthe Accica (parents of Dorothee, wife of Nicolas III) | ;

Pierre Payet dit Saint Amour & Louise Tessier (parents of Louise, wife of Nicolas II) |

Nicolas Maclin & Suzanne Larose (parents of Marguerite, wife of Nicolas I) |

Richard Marshall's parents: Benoist Marechal and Mayotte | Antoine Marechal and Mary Catherine Tabeau | Nicolas Marechal and Marie Jean Illeret

Nicolas Antoine Boyer II and Louise Payet dit St. Amour

 

Nicolas Antoine Boyer II was born on February 23, 1679, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, to Nicolas Antoine Boyer I and Marguerite Maclin.

 

Louise Payet dit St. Amour was born March 5, 1687, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, to Pierre Payet and Louise Tessier.

 

On August 5, 1689, when Nicolas was 10 years old and Louise was 2 years old, the Lachine Massacre occurred at Lachine, just south of Montreal. Their families would have spent several horrible hours crouched in the house with his family fearing the Iroquois Indians might break through the gates of Montreal.

 

Nicolas and Louise were married in 1703, the year the war of the Spanish Succession began. Since there was little conflict around Montreal during this war, they survived in relative peace. Nicolas and Louise would have 18 children, all born in Montreal, Canada. Due to the limited records, it would seem Nicolas and Louise lived a peaceful life, most likely as a farmer.

 

On March 18, 1705, Nicolas and Louise had a daughter, Marie Josephe Boyer, who died October 13, 1714, at the age of 9 years.

On May 21, 1706, Nicolas and Louise had a son, Joseph Boyer. Joseph would head "west" (now U.S.)

On November 20, 1707, Nicolas and Louise had a son, Pierre Boyer. Pierre would head "west" to Detroit.

On November 23, 1708, Nicolas and Louise had a son, Andre Boyer.

On February 11, 1710, Nicolas and Louise had a daughter, Therese Boyer.

On August 15, 1711, Nicolas and Louise had a daughter, Marguerite Boyer.

On January 15, 1713, Nicolas and Louise had a daughter, Marie Louise Boyer.

On June 21, 1714, Nicolas and Louise had a son, Antoine Boyer.

On April 20, 1716, Nicolas and Louise had a son, Nicolas Antoine Boyer, III. Nicolas would head "west" to Kaskaskie, Illinois.

On June 21, 1717, Nicolas and Louise had a daughter, Marie Louise Boyer.

On July 31, 1718, Nicolas and Louise had a son Jacques Boyer, who most likely died young.

On December 17, 1719, Nicolas and Louise had a daughter, Madeleine Boyer.

On November 15, 1721, Nicolas and Louise had a son, Ignace Boyer. Ignace would head "west" to Detroit.

On December 20, 1722, Nicolas and Louise had a son, Claude Boyer.

On February 9, 1724, Nicolas and Louise had a son, Charles Boyer, who most likely died young.

On August 10, 1725, Nicolas and Louise had a daughter, Marie Josephe Boyer.

On October 11, 1726, Nicolas and Louise had a son, Jean Baptist Boyer.

On March 29, 1728, Nicolas and Louise had a daughter, Louise Amable Boyer.

 

 

 

 

 

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