Arien QUEVILLON 1641-1689, born in France married Jeanne HUNAULT in 1873 in Montreal. They had a familyof at least six children all born in Pointe-aux-Trembles, Montréal, Québec, Canada.
Arien QUEVILLON was murdered during Iroquois raid at Pointe-Aux-Trembles in 1689. The Lachine massacre, part of the Beaver Wars, occurred when 1,500 Mohawk (Iroquois) warriors launched a surprise attack against the small (375 inhabitants) settlement of Lachine, New France, at the upper end of Montreal Island, on the morning of August 5, 1689. The attack was precipitated by the growing Iroquois frustration with the increased French incursions into their territory and the ongoing concern about French Marquis de Denonville's attack of 1687, and it was encouraged by the settlers of New England as a way to leverage power against New France during King William's War. In their attack, the Mohawk warriors destroyed a substantial portion of the Lachine settlement by fire and killed or captured numerous inhabitants, but historic sources have varied widely in their estimates of the number of people killed from 24 to 250.
Arien and Jeanne's ggggg grandson, Joseph "Rene" LEFEBVRE apparently had a fleeting relationship with Euphemia SAUNDERS resulting in a daughter Jean being born out of wedlock in Port Elgin on November 24, 1915. Jean was adopted by Daunt and Louisa METCALFE of Greenock Township, Bruce County and they named their chosen daughter Florence Mae METCALFE.