Mathieu Amiot

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Mathieu Amiot
Bornc. 1629
Died18 November 1688
Quebec
Spouse(s)Marie Miville
Parents
  • Philippe Amiot (father)
  • Anne Couvent (mother)
RelativesCharles Amiot
Jean Amiot
Marie Madeleine Maheu
Jean Maheu

Mathieu Amiot (sometimes Amyot; c.1629 - 18 November 1688 at Quebec) Sieur of Villeneuve, was the son of Philippe Amiot and Anne Couvent.

He had acquired a number of properties In 1649, Governor Louis d'Ailleboust granted him land in Trois-Rivières he acquired land through his marriage to Marie Miville daughter of Pierre Miville and Charlotte Maugis.[1] He built his home on a portion of land at Sillery, Quebec, while maintaining a town residence. He also acquired an estate on Pointe Villeneuve, near Saint-Augustin-de-Portneuf, Quebec, which he enlarged in 1677 and 1685.

On November 3, 1672, Jean Talon, the first Intendant of New France, granted to him a fief and seigniory in another domain at Pointe-aux-Bouleaux.[2]

In 1667 he had been granted letters of nobility, but failed to register them prior to King Louis XIV of France abolishing all titles the following year that had not yet been registered .[3]

Despite all his accomplishment and wealth in land he left his heirs more debts than one would have imagined. In 1703 the debts encumbering the estate still amounted to 700 livres, and Marie Miville, who had sold the lands for 1,500 livres, had died (September 1702), probably the victim of the distress due to a lawsuit by her son Charles, the eldest of her 15 children, had brought against her.

Issue[edit]

His marriage to Marie on 22 November 1650 Quebec City bore them many children and from them many descendants.

  1. Charles Amiot dit Villeneuve (1651–1711)
  2. Pierre Amiot dit Villeneuve (1653–1714)
  3. Anne-Marie Amiot (1654–1737)
  4. Marguerite Amiot (1656–1724)
  5. Jean-Baptiste Amiot of Neuville (1658–1685)
  6. Françoise Amiot (1660–1736)
  7. Jean Amiot (1662–)
  8. Catherine Ursula Amiot (1664–1715)
  9. Daniel-Joseph Amiot (1665–1725)
  10. Mathieu Amiot (1667–1684)
  11. Philippe Amiot of the Erpinière (1669–1722)
  12. Jeanne Amiot (1670–1749)
  13. Étienne Amiot dit Villeneuve (1672–1730)
  14. Marie Amiot (1673–1714)
  15. Marie-Françoise Amiot (1676–1758)
  16. Geneviève Amiot (1678–1678), Sieur of Neuville (1658–1685)

Ancestors[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Recherche". www.fichierorigine.com. Retrieved 2019-04-03.
  2. ^ "Seigneurie de Bonsecours | Patrimoine et histoire des seigneuries de Lotbinière". www.sphslotbiniere.org. Retrieved 2019-04-03.
  3. ^ "Biography – AMIOT (Amyot), dit Villeneuve, MATHIEU – Volume I (1000-1700) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography". www.biographi.ca. Retrieved 2019-04-01.
  4. ^ Historical Demographic Research Program (PRDH), University of Montreal.
  5. ^ Genealogy Godbout, Gabriel Drouin, archivist, genealogist, heraldist and director of the Drouin Genealogical Institute, (4184 St. Denis Street, Montreal, April 5, 1944).
  6. ^ Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families, Cyprien Tanguay, (Editions Eusebius Senecal, Montreal, 1871-1890), none., Volume 1, pp. 6 & 435.
  7. ^ Genealogical Dictionary of Families of Quebec - from the origins to 1730, René Jetté, (The Presses of the University of Montreal, Montreal, 1983 & PRDH edition, Gaëtan Morin publisher, 2003), none., 12.
  8. ^ The origins of Philippe Amiot (Hameau), his wife Anne Couvent and their nephew Toussaint Ledran, Roland-Yves Gagné and Laurent Kokanosky, (Memoirs of the Société généalogique canadienne-française, Montreal), Volume 58, No. 1, notebook 251 (Spring 2007), p. 18.
  9. ^ Dictionary of Canadian Biography (DCB / DBC), (University of Toronto Press & Presses of Laval University, 1966, 1969, 1974, 1979 & 1982), Volume I, pp. 60-61.
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  11. ^ "Base".
  12. ^ "Les Origines de Philippe Amiot (Hameau), de Son Épouse Anne Couvent et de Leur Neveu Toussaint Ledran | PDF | Québec | Mariage".
  13. ^ Roberts, Gary Boyd, The Royal Descents of 900 Immigrants to the American Colonies, Quebec, or the United States ( 2 vols.), Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company (2018), 990.
  14. ^ Bibliography / Bibliography: Laurent Kokanosky; Memoirs (Société généalogique canadienne-française); Roland-Yves Gagné
  15. ^ Bibliography / Bibliography: History of the royal house of France (Father Anselme)