Jean Nolan (1666 - ?)
He was the son of Pierre Nolan & Catherine Houart, born in Quebec. He married Marie-Anne Lamarque in 1688. Jean like his brother Thierry were fur merchants.
Charles-Henri (Urbant) Nolan de la Marque: (1694 - 1754)
He was the son of Jean Nolan & Marie-Anne Larmarque, born in Montreal. Charles married Marie-Anne Legardeur de Saint-Pierre (daughter of Jean-Paul Legardeur, sieur de St.-Pierre & Marie-Josephe Leneuf de Lavalliere) at Montreal in 1727 and they had three sons: Charles-Urbant (1728-1729), Jacques-Marie (bapt.1729) (m.Louise Perrot in 1762) & Francois-Amable (bapt.1730).
Charles was one of the largest financiers of trading ventures in the west in the final decades of the French era. He was related to other fur-trading family such as: Legardeur, Laporte de Louvigny (Louis was an uncle), Pourin, Desjordy (Francois was an uncle), Lefournier-Duvivier & Mouet de Moras.
Jean Nolan, sieur de Lamarque: (1691 - ?)
He was the son of Jean Nolan & Marie-Anne Larmarque, born in Montreal. Jean became a lieutenant in 1717, promoted to Captain in 1719 and was the French military Commander at Pensacola in 1720.
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