La Société des Filles du roi et soldats du Carignan, Inc.
 
Carignan Regiment Soldiers and Officers
who Settled in Canada, but Never Married

 

 

Audouin, Francois dit LaVerdure, soldier-Loubias  d. 26 April 1673

Barbotin, Nicolas dit La Touche, soldier-Grandfontaine, confirmed 1669

Belair, François,  soldier-La Fredière, d. 8 Dec. 1688, Ste Famille, I.O.

Beland, Laurent or Rolin, dit LaRivière, soldier-Monteil, d. 9 Dec. 1688

Berthé (de), Gabriel, dit de La Jobardière, cadet-unknown

Berthelin, Antoine, dit Chatellereau, soldier-Dugué d. 9 Aug. 1670, drowned

Béthune, Antoine, dit La Teille, soldier-Saurel

Bouteau, Pierre, dit LaRamée, soldier-Salières, habitant-1681 census

Boutron, François, LeMajor, Brusquet, soldier-La Fredière

Combette, Antoine, dit Desjardins, soldier-Des Portes, d. Montreal, 2 Mar. 1676

Faguret, Jean, dit PetitBois, soldier-La Varenne

Flotard, unknown, dit de Lescure, lieutenant-unknown, Witnessed 7 baptisms, 3 marriages in Montreal in 1669-70, probably returned to France after August 1670

Frappier, Sieur de Beauregard, Valentin, lieutenant-Chambly, confirmed 20 May 1668, served as representative of Intendant Talon, witnessed 4 records 1670 –72.

Grimault, René, soldier-Monteil, 1667 census, confirmed 1676, d. 28 June 1679

Hardouin, Jean, soldier-unknown, confirmed 21 Sept. 1665, 1681 census list him as an habitant in Cap-de-la-Madeleine

Horieux, René,LaFleur, soldier-La Fredière, d. 30 March 1693

Jean, Louis, LaFontaine, soldier-Saint-Ours

Labbadie, Jacques, sergeant-Loubias, sgt. Of garrison at Trois Rivieres

Lafond, Jean, Lafontaine, sergeant-Dugué, confirmed 21 Sep. 1665, d. 01 June 1711 at Boucherville

Lafond, Jean (Roland ou Laurent?), sieur de Lafontaine, lieutenant-Monteil

Laforge,Maximin, dit LaForge, soldier-Contrecoeur

Letar, Andre, soldier, unknown, confirmed 21 Sept. 1665, worked for Sulpician fathers in Montreal, d. Montreal, 9 Aug. 1678.

Loubias, Hilaire, de Broisle, captain-Loubias, left for France in 1668 but returned to Canada in 1670 until 1673 when he returned to Paris.

Luton, Gilles, dit Bon Courage, soldier-Petit, d. 1723 Montreal

Marigny, André, dit Léveille, soldier-Saint-Ours, d. 1703 Vercheres

Martre, Bertrand, dit Laforest, soldier-Dugué, confirmed  21 Sept. 1665, shows up on several records as witness including one in 1688.

Maurel, Paul, de Ste-Hélène, ensign-Lamotte, d. 6 Feb. 1677 Quebec

Ménard, Gilles, soldier-Saint-Ours, listed as servant to Jesuits in 1667 and 1681 censuses, d. 2 April 1690-occupation frère donné (monk)

Mercier, Bernard, dit LaFontaine, soldier-La Tour, d. Lachine, 10 Aug. 1703

Morin, Pierre, soldier-La Noraye, worked at “La Présentation” a large domain owned by the Récollet Fathers at Lachine.

Moyé, Nicolas, dit Grancé, soldier-Saurel, d. in Sorel 9 Sept. 1713, occupation is listed as ancien soldat de carignan

Petit, Louis, captain-Petit, ordained a priest on 21 Dec. 1670 and after serving in province of Quebec was sent to Acadia to be pastor at Port Royal.

Poignet, François, BeauRegard, soldier-Contrecoeur, Montreal in 1681 census

Quentin, Pierre, dit Pierrot, soldier-Froment, habitant in Batiscan-1681 census, d.2 April 1699

Randin, Hugues, ensign-Saurel, d, 13 Feb. 1677 Quebec

Roussel, Jean, LaTulippe, soldier-La Colonelle, d. 25 August 1699

Sauchet, Pierre, dit La Rigeur, soldier-Loubias, d. 18 July 1717

Suève (de), Edmond, lieutenant-Saint-Ours, d. La Perade 3 March 1707

Villefroy, Didier, soldier-La Fouille, habitant in 1681 census

Vincent, Jean, soldier-Monteil, confirmed 8 April 1670, contract of marriage on 31 Aug 1670 w/ Anne Riviere but they never married

Vinçonneau, Jean, dit LaForest, soldier-La Fouille, 1681-habitant in Becancour