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Voici un document du généalogiste Léveillée précisant le lieu de naissance des parents de Marie Manitouabeouich dont la mère du nom de Outchibahabanoukoueou est née à Bécancour, territoire des Indiens de Bécancour qui étaient des Abénakis.
1. ROCH(1) MANITOUABEOUICH was born Abt. 1600 in Lake Huron, Ontario, Canada. He married OUTCHIBAHANOUKOUEOU. She was born Abt. 1606 in Baecancour, Quebec, Canada.
He was reportedly baptized on 14 Nov 1636, however this was really his son. His wife was Outchibahanoukoueou. There is no record of their marriage. François Derré de Gand was his son’s godfather, from whom the son received French clothing
Marie Oliver's marriage record gives her origin as "Sauvagesse" and her father is given as Roch Manitouabeouich, origin: Indien. His wife was Outchibahanoukoueou.
By 1639, the Jesuits had established at Sainte-Marie-des-Hurons (Midland Ontario), a post from where they would be able to spread their missionary activities in Huronia. In 1646 the Jesuits had moved their mission to Saint-Francois de Sillery, where the Christian Hurons sought shelter after being driven out of Saint-Marie by the Iroquois. (“Our French-Canadian Ancestors" by Thomas J. Laforest; Volume 27- Chapter 8- Page 149)
Children of ROCH MANITOUABEOUICH and OUTCHIBAHANOUKOUEOU are:
2. i. MARIE SYLVESTRE2 OLIVIER, b. Abt. 1626, St. Andre de Kamouraska, Quebec, Canada; d. 10 Sep 1665, Quebec, Canada.
ii. OUSIBISKOUNESOUT MANITOUABEOUICH, b. Abt. Sep 1637, Quebec, Canada2.
From the Relations:1
On the 14th of the same month, we baptized in our Chapel at Kebec, with the holy ceremonies of the Church, a little child a few months old; its parents had named it Ouasibiskounesout, and Monsieur Gand called it François. This poor little one was very sick, but God soon afterwards restored it to health. It's father's name was Mantoueabeouichit, and its mother's, Outchibahabanoukoueou. They have given [page 91] one of their children, a little girl, to sieur Olivier, who cherishes her tenderly; he provides for her, and is having her brought up in the French way. If this child occasionally goes back to the Cabins of the Savages, her father, very happy to see his daughter well clothed and in very good condition, does not allow her to remain there long, sending her back to the house where she belongs. But to return to our little François. When his parents came back from the woods in the early Spring, Monsieur Gand, who is as charitable as possible to these poor barbarians, recognized his little godson; calling him by name, this poor little fellow answered him falteringly, but in so pretty a way,—he is indeed a very beautiful child,—that Monsieur Gand straightway had a  little dress made for him in the French fashion. As soon as he shall be in a condition to be taught, I hope we shall get him for instruction; his father and mother promised this when he was baptized.
Baptism: 11 Nov 1637, Quebec, Quebec, Canada3viewtopic.php?t=9038