On 16 Feb 1711, Pierre LeBlanc, son of Antoine LeBlanc and Marie Bourgeois, married Françoise Landry, daughter of the deceased Antoine Landry and the deceased Marie Tibeaudeau. Pierre LeBlanc and Françoise Landry are the parents of all the Leblanc children whose records I’ve shown over the past couple of weeks.
The Marriage Record of Pierre LeBlanc & Françoise Landry – 1711
SOURCE: Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montréal, Québec, Canada: Institut Généalogique Drouin. Parish of St. Charles de la Grand Pré de Mines de L’Acadie, Acadia, 1711. Marriage Record of Pierre LeBlanc & Françoise Landry, page 11.
Click on the image above to enlarge it. Click on the link for a PDF copy of the Marriage Record of Pierre LeBlanc & Françoise Landry. Translated from the French the record reads:
Pierre LeBlanc & Françoise Landry
In the year 1711 on the 16th of February after the publication
of one ban at the homilies of our parish masses
and having given a dispensation for the two
others, between Pierre LeBlanc, son of Antoine
LaBlanc and Marie Bourgeois, residents of
Grand Pré, his father and mother, of the first part, and
Françoise Landry, daughter of the deceased Antoine
Landry and the deceased Marie Tibeaudeau,
residents of the Mines, her father and mother,
of the second part, without having received
any impediment, I the undersigned missionary
of the parish of St. Charles of the Mines, I have
received their mutual consent to marry
and have given them the nuptial benediction
with the proscribed ceremonies of our Holy Mother
Church Catholic: apostolic: and universal: in the presence
of all their parents and friend who have
signed with me. The others have declared
that they do not know how to write, in witness thereof
I have signed.
Mark of + Françoise Landry.
Jacques Leblanc, Pierre Leblanc.
Antoine Dupuis, Jean Terriot.
Mark of + Antoine Leblanc
Fa[ther] Bonaventure Massou, R. Miss[ionary] ind.
This record can be found as image 12/266 in the Acadia French Catholic Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1670-1946 on Ancestry.com in the records for St-Charles-les-Mines Mariages 1709-1748. The record appears on page 11.
Thanks once again to Gilles of The Nomadic Researcher for helping me translate difficult sections of this document. Regarding one section with which I had difficulty, Gilles wrote that this section was written in “what we call now «au son» or in a phonetic way”.
Copyright © 2008 by Stephen J. Danko