Francoise Langlois

F, b. circa 1601, d. 20 April 1632
FatherGuillaume Langlois b. c 1575, d. c 1645
MotherJeanne Millet b. c 1580, d. c 1650
Francois' arrival at Habitation de Quebec
     Francoise was born circa 1601 at Alencon, Orne, Normandy, France, at the diocese of St-Leonard.1 Francoise married Pierre Desportes circa 1614. It is not known if Pierre and his wife, Francoise immigrated together. Pierre may have come earlier with his future brother-in-law Abraham Martin, husband of Francoise's sister, Marguerite, possibly as early as 1614. By 1620, both Pierre and Francoise were residing in Quebec. They had come at the request of Samuel Champlain in his effort to establish a permanent settlement at Habitation de Quebec.2,3 Francoise departed this life on Tuesday, 20 April 1632 in Dieppe, Seine-Maritime, Normandy, France. She was buried there in the churchyard of St-Jacques on Wednesday, 21 April 1632.4


Pierre Desportes b. 1600


  1. [S1557] Genealogy of Canada: Birth: cirva 1601 - Francoise Langlois, daughter of Guillaume Langlois & Jeanne Millet in St-Leonard's Diocese, Alencon, Orne, France -
  2. [S1569] Marcel Trudel, Catalolgue Des Immgrants 1632-1662, Cahiers du Quebec Collection Historie, page 23.
  3. [S1960] Helene Desportes.
  4. [S1598] Research Program In Historical Demography: Individual Certificatge Number 22361.