While checking baptisms in the Quebec Vital Records (Drouin Collection) I came across several baptisms that are recorded in Notre-Dame de Quebec in 1641, stating that the children were baptized “en la maison de Beaupré.”
I know the records of Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré didn’t start until the late 1650’s. So it could have been there, but I don’t want to make that assumption.
I know Ignace Bonhomme-dit-Beaupré did not arrive in New France until after 1641, so I know it’s not his land.
Does anyone know where the Beaupé house or land was in the mid 1600’s?