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After the Kirke brothers sacked New France in 1632, only six French households remained, plus five interpreters who lived with the Indians. Robert Giffard was in France, preparing to return to this new country where he had already lived for several years. during the winter of 1633-1634, he visited various regions of Perche, vigorously recruiting settlers for Canada. He knew that he would be a Seigneur and doubtlessly he en-visioned ail of these habitants rendering him homage and rents. The first people he recruited were Jean Guyon, Marin Boucher, Sébastien Dodier, Zacharie Cloutier, Guillaume Isabel and a few others. For the most part they came to Canada alone but a few did bring their families He received the sacraments and became a devout Christian at the age of 80 years His marriage to Francoise Grenier was the 4th to be celebrated in New France arrived June 04, 1634 Accompanying Samuel de Champlain aboard the ship St Jehan General: Project Racines du Quebec reports that he emigrated to New France from St Leonard des Parcs, Orne, France. Information was attributed to source NOF:7. Noel has been identified as a courageous fisherman and pilot. It is assumed that he was a St. Lawrence River pilot operating out of Beauport, Quebec. He settled at Beauport in 1634 and married Francoise Garnier at Quebec on 25 July 1634. Noel Langlois was identified as a property owner in Beauport, PQ in the 1663 period. The lot of land was identified as lot #9 on a plot plan of the area and the period. The lot was 4 arpents wide. One "arpent" is equal to 192.8 feet in length. For additional information on this family, see "Marriages of the Beauce", volume 6, page 243. Notes (Family #1) Marriage: A monument to Louis Hébert and the original Quebec settlers honors among others,Noel Langlois and Francoise GArnier. This monument of Louis Hébert was sculpted by Alfred Laliberté and it is in the Park Montmorency behind the Quebec basilica , about 300 meters to the north of the Chateau Frontenac.

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