On March 7, 1676, Nicholas Vérieul, husband of Marguerite Hiardin sold to Jean Cloutier (grandson of Zacharie), husband of Louise Bélanger, the land that he had exchanged with Pierre Gagnon the day before. From 1676 to 1965, the house remained the property of a Cloutier.
|1||Jean Cloutier||Louise Bélanger||
|2||François Cloutier||Elisabeth Morissette||( C.R. 1714)|
|3||François Cloutier||Anne Fillion||( M. St-Joachim 1759)|
|4||François Cloutier||Marguerite Faucher||( M. Ste-Famille I.O. 1780)|
|5||Jean-Baptiste Cloutier||Louise Gagnon||( M. Ste-Anne 1774)|
|6||Zacharie Cloutier||Marie-Josephte Taillon
|(M. A.G. 1807)|
(M. A.G. 1819)
|7||Joseph Cloutier||Béatrice Côté||(M. C.R. 1862)|
|8||Joseph Cloutier||Joséphine Blouin||(M. S.A. 1889)|
|9||J. Adélard Cloutier||Anna Blouin||(M. S.A. 1928)|
On March 5, 1965, Bertrand Rousseau, a veterinary from Quebec City, purchased the property. After major work to the house, he sold it in 1974 to Jacques Rouleau, who made a fine cuisine restaurant called "L'Auberge de la fine gueule". Ten years later he sold the house back to Mr Rousseau.
In 2006, a couple, Suzanne Fortier and Jean-Guy Lefebvre bought the house. They are still the owner of this beautiful house in 2014.