ⓘ Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly

                                     

ⓘ Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly

Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly is a municipality in the Municipalite regionale de comte de Lotbiniere in Quebec, Canada. It is part of the Chaudiere-Appalaches region and the population is 1.462 as of 2009.

A member of the most beautiful villages of Quebec, Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly has been colonized since the beginning of New France. Estate in Villieu was sold in 1700 to Pierre-Le-gardeur, Noel de Tilly, and because the manor of Tilly, which is still part of the name municipalitys today.

Saint-Antoine is named in honour of the Catholic St. Anthony of Padua.

                                     
  • Chaudiere - Appalaches Saint - Antoine - de - Tilly Quebec, a municipality in Chaudiere - Appalaches Saint - Antoine - sur - Richelieu, Quebec, a municipality in Monteregie Saint - Antoine
  • highway on the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River in Quebec, Canada. Its northern terminus is in Saint - Antoine - de - Tilly at the junction of Route 132
  • Saint - Antoine - de - Tilly the son of seigneur Jean - Baptiste Noel de Tilly and Marie - Josephte Boudreau. In 1814, he inherited the seigneuries of Tilly and
  • June 21, 1900 was a Canadian businessman and politician. Born in Saint - Antoine - de - Tilly Lower Canada, he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1867 and
  • 1878 as a Conservative. He was born François - Xavier - Praxede in Saint - Antoine - de - Tilly Lower Canada, the son of Martin - Damase Larue and Marie - des - Anges
  • Saint - Apollinaire was founded in 1855, after the territory was detached from Saint - Antoine - de - Tilly In 1974, the village of Francoeur joined the municipality, giving
  • League. He was born in Quebec City, Quebec and died in 1996 in Saint - Antoine - de - Tilly Roy, Michel March 18, 2010 Patrick Roy: Winning, Nothing Else
  • it included the municipalities of Lotbiniere, Saint - Flavien, Lemieux, Laurierville, Saint - Antoine - de - Tilly Sainte - Croix and Laurier - Station. It was created
  • and 1816. He did not run for reelection in 1830. Samson died in Saint - Antoine - de - Tilly at the age of 71. His uncle Charles Begin had also been a member