F, b. 1631, d. circa 25 May 1702
Marie-Olive was born in 1631 in Ste-Soulle, Charente-Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, France. She was the daughter of Antoine Landry & Andree Comaillelau.1 Marie-Olive married Pierre Poupeau on 24 November 1652 in La Rochelle, Charente, Poitou-Charentes, France, at St-Barthelemy Church.2 Pierre and Olive and their son Jean left their home in La Rochelle, France on 24 May 1663, aboard a ship bound for Trois-Rivieres, Quebec.1 Marie-Olive's husband, Pierre, most likely died while at sea, or shortly after their arrival at Trois-Rivieres in the summer of 1663, leaving her a widow.1 After his death, she became a "Fille de Roi". A contract for the marriage of Pierre Cailleau & Marie-Olive Landry was signed on 31 January 1664. It was drawn up by notary, Severin Ameau. Olive brought a dowery of 450 livres which was given to her by the King, giving Pierre a total dowery of over 1000 livre. A dowery much larger than normal.3 Marie-Olive married 2nd Pierre Cailleau on 19 February 1664 in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, Canada, at the Cathedral de l'Assomption.4,3 1666, Marie-Olive and her husband, Pierre, were listed on the Canadian Census in Comte-de-Champlain, Quebec, Canada. Enumerated in this household were Pierre Cailla [35 years], Olive Landry [35 years], Pierre Caillou [3 months] & Jean Poupau [6 years].5 1667, Marie-Olive and her husband, Pierre, were listed on the Canadian Census in Comte-de-Champlain. Enumerated in this household were Pierre Caillau [36 years], Olive Cambin [35 years], Pierre Caillou [2 years] & Jean Poupau [7 years].6 1681, Marie-Olive and her husband, Pierre, were listed on the Canadian Census in Comte-de-Champlain, Quebec, Canada. Enumerated in this household were Pierre Caillas [50 years], Marie Landry [50 years] & Pierre [17 years].7 Marie-Olive's second husband, Pierre, died before 8 December 1688, leaving her a widow.1 Marie-Olive departed this life in Champlain. She was buried there in the churchyard of la Visitation on Thursday, 25 May 1702.8
|Pierre Poupeau b. c 1635, d. in the summer of 1663|
- [S1620] Migrations - King's Daughters - www.migrations.fr/700filleroy.
- [S1952] Quebec, Quebec Federation of Genealogical Societies, Family Origins, 1621-1865: Olive Landry - Number 300097: Research by Jean Paul Macouin and Lise Dandonneau. - https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QKDB-HQ9V : 25.
- [S1624] Jacques Caya, Caya of America, page 7.
- [S1596] Drouin Institute: Marriage: 19 February 1664 - Pierre Cailleau, originally from the village of La Roche, Poitou, son of Thomas Cailleau & Florence Bernie; and Olive Landry, originally from the parish of Dompierre, La Rochelle, widow of Pierre Poupaut, and daughter of the late Antoine Landry & the late Andree Comaillelle; at the parish of the Assomption, Trois-Rivieres. - www.genealogiequebec.com.
- [S1598] Research Program In Historical Demography: Certificate Number: 96297.
- [S1598] Research Program In Historical Demography: Certificate Number: 96224.
- [S1598] Research Program In Historical Demography.
- [S1596] Drouin Institute: Burial: 25 May 1702 - Marie Landry, died at around the age of 75 years, widow of Pierre Caillas; at the parish of La Visitation, Champlain. - www.genealogiequebec.com.