Famille MORIN of Melicourt, Department of Eure, Upper Normandy, France


Dominique MORIN
x Jacqueline VERDET
- Richard MORIN x 13-7-1677 Mélicourt Marie LECOMTE
- Jacques MORIN x 9-5-1678 Mélicourt Carole CREST


Marin MORIN, fils de Dominique MORIN
x 29-5-1670 Mélicourt Madeleine LECOMTE

- Marie MORIN (23-10-1672 Mélicourt + ) x 27-11-1692 Mélicourt Romain MADELINE
- Françoise MORIN (19-9-1674 Mélicourt + ) x 28-11-1697 Mélicourt Julien MASSE
- Gilles MORIN (19-7-1676 Mélicourt + )
- Marguerite MORIN (15-8-1677 Mélicourt + )
- Gilles MORIN (26-3-1678 Mélicourt + ) x 15-2-1703 Madeleine OURY
- Marguerite MORIN (17-7-1684 Mélicourt + )
- Jacques MORIN (22-2-1687 Mélicourt + ) x 25-11-1706 Mélicourt Anne SIMON
- Noël MORIN (4-11-1688 Mélicourt + )
- Marie MORIN (11-3-1693 Mélicourt + )


Gilles MORIN (26-3-1678 Mélicourt + ) , fils de Marin MORIN et de Madeleine LECOMTE
x 15-2-1703 Madeleine OURY, de Saint Pierre de Cernières, fils de Christophe OURY et de Louise HAMEL
- Anne MORIN (15-2-1704 Mélicourt + )


Jacques MORIN
x Marie Anne BEAUVAIS (v. 1685 + 10-3-1745 Mélicourt)
- Madeleine MORIN x 1-3-1740 Mélicourt Thomas DENIS


Homonymes
Michel MORIN (v. 1620 + 6-2-1684 Mélicourt)
François MORIN (v. 1610 + 7-4-1705 Mélicourt) veuve de Paulin LEMARCHAND
Gabrielle MORIN (+ 3-4-1712 Mélicourt)
Jacques MORIN (v. 1650 + 11-5-1725 Mélicourt)
Jacques MORIN x 25-11-1706 Mélicourt Anne SIMON
Dominique MORIN x 26-2-1672 Mélicourt Marie VAVASSEUR
Marguerite MORIN, baptisée le 6-1-1661 à Mélicourt, fille d'Etienne MORIN et de Catherine BATAILLE
Marie Louise MORIN, fille de François MORIN et de Catherine ROBIN, mariée le 13-11-1759 à Mélicourt à Jacques FAQUET
Anne MORIN, fille de Gilles MORIN et de Marie FORET, mariée le 30-6-1791 à Mélicourt à Jacques GRAVERAU
Marie Catherine MORIN, fille de Nicolas MORIN et de Marie NORMAND, mariée le 25-1-1791 à Mélicourt à Jacques GRAVERAU

More French Morans

During the French Régime, nearly 25 immigrants bearing the family name
Morin appeared in the Canadian Registers.If we include François Morand, a
great many of whose descendants changed the spelling of the family name
to Morin, 16 of these immigrants settled in America. Among them, four
Were originally from Poitou, two were from l'Aunis, two were from
Brittany, one from D'Anjou, one from Normandy, one from Brie and one
from Lorraine, while four were of unknown origins.

The following is a list of the 16 ancestors in chronogical order according
to the date of their marriage.



1- Morin Noël
Morin, Noël, son of Claude and Jeanne Moreau, married to Hélène
Desportes (Pierre and Françoise Langlois) on January 9, 1640, in Quebec
City. Originally from St-Étienne-de-Brie-Comte-Robert, Brie. One of his
son was named Alphonse Morin dit Valcour or Valcourt. Numerous
descendants took the VALCOUR or VALCOURT instead of Morin. His
descendants are found mainly in the counties of Montmagny-L'Islet, Lévis
and Beauce.


2- Morin dit Boucher, Pierre
Morin dit Boucher, Pierre, married to Marie Martin (Pierre and
Catherine Vigneau) around 1661 in Port-Royal, Acadia. Certain sources
say he was originally from Granville in Normandy while others say he was
from Coulonges-les-Royaux (known today as Coulonges-sur-l'Autise) in
Poitou. His descendants are found mainly in the counties of Montmagny-
L'Islet, Bellechasse, Lévis and Beauce.


3- Morin, Jacques
Morin, Jacques, son of Michel and Renée Verdy or Veydié, married to
Louise Garnier (Charles and Jeanne Labraye) on September 19, 1661 in
Montreal. Originally from St-Germain-du-Val, diocese of Angers in Anjou.
We have identified five children born from this marriage. No descendants
known as of today.


4- Morin, Charles
Morin, Charles, son of Pierre and Catherine Poinelle, married to Marie
Michel (Pierre and Catherine Dubocq) on November 3, 1667 in Quebec
City. Originally from Forêts-sur-Sèvre, cathedral town of Poitiers in Anjou.
We have identified three children born from this marriage. No descendants
known as of today.


5- Morin, André
Morin, André, son of Jacques and Michelle Dion, married his first wife
Marguerite Moreau (François and Anne Fiot) on August 26, 1670 in
Quebec City and his second wife Charlotte de Larue (George and
Françoise Nicolardeay) on November 26, 1696 in Charlesbourg. Originally
from St- Jacques-de- Bazoges-en-Paillers, district of La-Roche-Sur-Yon,
Poitou. No children by his second wife. His descendants are found mainly in
the county of Kamouraska and in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region.


6- Morin, Pierre
Morin, Pierre son of Jacques and Hilaire Guéry, married to Catherine
Lemesle (Jean and Marguerite Renard) on June 13, 1672 in Quebec City.
Originally from St- Étienne-de-Brillouet, district of Fontenay-le-Comte,
cathedral town of Luçon, Poitou. His descendants are found mainly in the
county of Portneuf and in the Mauricie region.


7- Morin, Robert
Morin, Robert, married to Françoise Mignier (André and Jacquette
Michel) around 1690 in Charlesbourg. Origin unknown, as the marriage
certificate has never been found. It is said that he was originally from France
(Drouin). He settled in Sainte- Anne-de-la- Pocatière around 1692. His
descendants are found mainly in the Bas-Saint-Laurent region and Northern
New Brunswick. We found an important branch in the Mauricie and Nicolet
regions.


8- Morin, Pierre
Morin, Pierre son of Pierre and Marguerite Laurent, married to Marie-
Madeleine L'Espinay (Jean and Catherine Granger) on February 22, 1694
in Beauport. Originally from Plaine-Haute, district and cathedral town of St-
Brieuc in Brittany. His descendants are found mainly in the Lanaudière and
Montreal regions.


9- Morin dit Chênevert, Moïse
Morin dit Chênevert, Moïse, son of Aaron and Jeanne Boutin, married to
Madeleine Monin (Gilles-François and Marthe Richaume) on November
26, 1707, in Quebec City. Originally from St-André-de-Niort, diocèse of
Poitiers, Poitou. Some of his descendants took the family name Chenevert.
His descendants are found mainly in the region of Lanaudière.


10- Morin, Antoine
Morin, Antoine, son of Claude and Madeleine Lamoureux, married to
Catherine Laborde (Jean and Louise Dupuis) on January 22, 1749, in
Quebec City. His parents were originally from Louisbourg in Acadia. Were
they married in France or America? We report a first children born in 1724
in Louisbourg, by the name of Marc-Claire-Joseph, to Claude and Madeleine
Lamoureux. No descendants known as of today.


11- Morin, Henri
Morin, Henri, son of Pierre and Marguerite Lacoste, married to Marie-
Anne Bouchaut (André and Anne Cochu) on January 8, 1752, in Quebec
City. Originally from St-Sauveur de La Rochelle, Aunis. No descendants
known as of today.


12- Morin, François
Morin, François, son of François and Marie Castonguay, married to
Marie-Madeleine Le Droit (François and Marie Guay) on October 18,
1756 in Quebec City. It is said that he was originally from Saint-François,
diocese of Vienna in Austria? (Could be an error even though many sources
agree). One son, born posthumously lived only one month. No descendant.


13- Morin, Jean-Baptiste
Morin, Jean-Baptiste, son of Jean-Baptiste and Gilette Privé, married to
Marie Dupré (François and Marie Allaire) on February 7, 1757 in
Contrecoeur. Originally from Dinan, diocese of St-Malo, Brittany. One
descendant in the Richelieu region.


14- Morin, François
Morin, François, son of Jean and Marie Durand, married to Charlotte
Poulin (Jean and Marie Gagné) on February 16, 1757, in Rimouski.
Originally from the diocese of La Rochelle, Aunis. One son born in
Kamouraska in 1758. No known descendant.


15- Morin, Jacques
Morin, Jacques, son of Jean and Olive Ribeau, married to Marie-Anne
Robert (Jacques and Marie-Anne Laurent) on November 4, 1760 in Saint-
Philippe (near Laprairie). Originally from St-Planché, diocese of Coutances
in Normandy. Like in the case of François (12), one son was born
posthumously and lived only one month. No descendant.


16- Morand, François
Morand, François, son of Jean and Marie Osémer, married to Catherine
Petitclerc (Louis and Geneviève Belleau) on January 18, 1761, in Quebec
City. Originally from Thionville, Lorraine. According to Father Eloi-Gérard
Talbot, some descendants modified the spelling of their name and wrote
Morin. Descendants Morand/Morin are found mainly in the Saguenay-Lac-
Saint-Jean region and the North Coast.


Original Text:
Le Morinfo, # 14, July, 1997, by Claude Morin
References:
Dictionnaire national des Canadiens-Français (Drouin)
Dictionnaire généalogique des Familles du Québec (Jetté)
Dictionnaire généalogique des Canadiens-Français (Tanguay)
Dictionnaire généalogique des familles du comté de Charlevoix (Éloi G. Talbot)

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