Jean Maseau dit St-Martin

M, b. circa 1648, d. before 29 November 1724
     Jean was born circa 1648 in France.1 He was a carpenter or a joiner.2 Jean married Anne Michel circa 1674 in Quebec, Canada.3 1681, Jean and Anne were listed on the Canadian Census in Contrecoeur, Vercheres County, Quebec, Canada. Enumerated in this household were Jean Masault [33 years], his wife: Anne Michel [33 years], Marie Paviot [12 years], Claude Paviot [10 years], Madeleine Paviot [8 years], Anne Paviot [7 years], Philibert [4 years], Jean [3 years], Barbe [1 year]. He had a rifle, a pistol, 7 beasts of horns, 8 acres of land in value.4 Jean departed this life before 29 November 1724 in Contrecoeur. He was noted as deceased on his wife's burial record of this date.


Anne Michel b. c 1645, d. 29 Nov 1724


  1. [S1557] Genealogy of Canada: Birth: circa 1648 - Jean Massot/Massault in France. -
  2. [S1558] Cyprien Tanguay, Quebec, Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families [Tanguay Collection 1608-1890], Volume 1: Section 2 page 419 - He was a "menuisier" [tranlates as a carpenter, joiner - KLM].
  3. [S1557] Genealogy of Canada: Marriage: circa 1674 - Jean Massot/Massault & Anne Michel in Canada. -
  4. [S1598] Research Program In Historical Demography: Cenus number: 98945.