LAURENT LÉVEILLÉ & MARIE DEMERS
Maurice Ménard Fontaine married to Marie Madeleine Couc Lafleur had a sister named http://www.leveillee.net/ancestry/famille1099.htm
Jeanne Marie Ménard married Étienne Demers Dumais http://www.leveillee.net/ancestry/leveillelocas/famille84385.htmTheir daughter Marie Angélique married Laurent Baptiste Jean Léveillé Locas http://www.leveillee.net/ancestry/leveillelocas/famille84387.htm
Laurent Léveillé Locas individual file http://www.leveillee.net/ancestry/leveillelocas/individu50812.htm is listed as an "Amérindien de nation"
Laurent is listed in the book "Esclavage au Canada Français" on pages 366, 388, 374-375, 281, 282, 286, 287, 288. He is listed as a Panis
In the following sources:THE OHIO VALLEY-GREAT LAKES ETHNOHISTORY ARCHIVES: THE MIAMI COLLECTION
Letter to Vaudreuil with Comments
(August 27, 1706)
(Con't. of List of People Who Came to Detroit in 1706, from p. 271, which ends with the entry Lescuyer, Jean.)
Lescuyer, Paul- brothers- They brought 10 head of cattle and 3 horses to Detroit in 1706. These were the first domestic animals in the west
Laurent Leveille- Panis Indian
In CADILLAC'S VILLAGE OR "DETROIT UNDER CADILLAC." WITH LIST OF PROPERTY OWNERS AND A HISTORY OF THE SETTLEMENT 1701 TO 1710. is listed: Leveille, Laurent, came June 15, 17O6. He was a Panis Indian.
In the site http://www.redrivernorth.com/Metis-1700-1707.html Metis 1700-1707
June 15: Laurent Leveille, a Panis Indian, arrived Fort Detroit, New France (Michigan), no mention of his owner
At http://jeanchiquot.cicotte.us/994.html Maurice and Marie Madeleine has a son named "Louis" whose second marriage was to "Marie" a Panis Indian.
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