Our Ancestors Killed by the Iroquois
1653: Augustin Hébert, evidently taken captive near Montréal and later killed. Survived
by his wife and three children.
1655: Julien Daubigeon, Montréal. Survived by his pregnant wife and one child.
1660: Blaise Juillet, drowned near Île St-Paul (Montréal) while fleeing the Iroquois.
Survived by his wife and four children.
1690: Jean Bourbon, Laprairie, near Montréal. Survived by his wife and four children.
1697: Marie-Anne Benoît, Laprairie, near Montréal. Widow of Jean Bourbon, above.