- CADIEU, Marie-Jeanne
- CADIEU, Pierre+
- CADIEU, Madeleine
- CADIEU, Marie-Geneviève
- CADIEU, Jean
- CADIEU, Marie
- CADIEU, Marie-Nicolle
- CADIEU, Catherine
- CADIEU, Marguerite
- CADIEU, Jeanne+
- CADIEU, Catherine
CADIEU, Jean 1 2
- Born: 1634 2 3
- Baptized: 1634 1 2
- Marriage: VALADE, Marie on 26 Nov 1663 in Montréal, Montréal, Québec, Canada 1
- Died: 30 Sep 1681, Montréal, Montréal, Québec, Canada aged 47
- Buried: 30 Sep 1681, Montréal, Montréal, Québec, Canada 1 2 4
CADIEUX / CADIEU, Jean 401139
Statut Marié, catholique
Date de baptême 29-08-1629
Lieu d'origine Pringé-sur-Loir, commune de Luché-Pringé (Notre-Dame) (Sarthe) 72175
Parents Pierre et Renée Foureau
Première mention au pays 1653
Occupation à l'arrivée Engagé de la recrue de 1653 (ct LaFousse, La Flèche, 01-05-1653)
Date de mariage 1663
Conjoint Marie Valade
Annotation Neuf de ses frères et sœurs ont été baptisés à Luché-Pringé (Notre-Dame) dont Marie, 04-08-1626, Urbanne, 04-08-1631, Noel, 12-02-1633, Urbain, 05-02-1635, Rose, 27-04-1636, Jeanne, 20-06-1637, Renée, 23-03-1640, Anne, 13-12-1641 et Marie, 06-09-1643. Trois autres frères et sœurs ont été baptisés à Mareil-sur-Loire (St-Christophe) (72185) dont Pierre, 15-11-1622, Michelle, 14-02-1624 et Renée, 17-04-1625.
Identification DGFQ, p. 189
Chercheur(s) Pierre B. Cadieu ; Josée Tétreault
Référence MSGCF, vol. 41, p. 307
Copie d'acte : SGCF numérisé
Based 1666 census of Montreal.
Facts and details for Jean Cadieu:
• He worked as a Plowman and locksmith. 4
• He worked as a Soldier in 4th squadron, Sainte-Famille militia. 4
• An alternative source document lists his birth date as 1629 and birth location as Pringé, Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France.
• He has conflicting christening information of 29 Aug 1629 and Pringé, Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France. Notre-Dame
• He worked as an Engagé de la recrue de 1653 (ct LaFousse, La Flèche, 01-05-1653) in 1653 in , , Québec, Canada. 5 In 1651 there was a need for Men to defend the perimeter of the newly created Ville-Marie (Montreal).
The Iroquois were attacking French settlers, especially in Hochelaga (Ville-Marie / Montréal), but at times they were venturing even further than Trois-Rivières, endangering the whole French colony.
At the behest of Jeanne Mance, M. Paul Chomedey de Maisonneuve went to France to bring back one hundred men, and some women and a few children. It took two years.
Gathering people from Picardie, Champagne, Ile-de-France, Normandie, Anjou and Maine, especially in LaFlèche where M. De La Deauversière is well known, the 100 complement (with many retired soldiers and their families) is finally reached by the spring of 1653, everyone signing agreements and contracts, some abjuring their protestant faith, as Caen, Rouen, LaRochelle and many other coastal cities have Huguenots or Calvinists residents who are now forbidden to practice their faith, but who have to become Catholics before being allowed in New-France.
The ship starts from Nantes, under the command of Captain Pierre le Besson.
The original departure is scheduled for April 30th, then for May 12th, and then for June 20th, when it sails... not for long: 350 leagues into the trip the Captain orders the ship to go back.
Some major repairs have to be made and the people are kept on a small island to prevent their return home occur. It finally leaves on July 20th 1653 and it will reach Quebec city on September 22nd, and the Governor de Lauzon tries to have the settlers go live in the l'Ile d'Orleans, near Quebec city, but de Maisonneuve sticks to his guns and manages to find the long-boats (barques) necessary for the transfer of his people, who will reach Montreal on November 14th 1653.
Jean married Marie VALADE, daughter of André VALADE and Jeanne Sarah COUSSEAU, on 26 Nov 1663 in Montréal, Montréal, Québec, Canada.1 (Marie VALADE was born in 1644 in La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, France 6, baptized in 1644,1 2 died on 9 Jan 1719 in Montréal, Montréal, Québec, Canada 6 and was buried on 9 Jan 1719 in Montréal, Montréal, Québec, Canada 6.)