Louis Hotte Farm

Louis Hotte House

At the end of the 19th century, Louis Hotte and Rose de Lima Rollin arrived in Clarence Creek.  The couple settled in a small house just north of the current house. Mr. Hotte was a labourer and worked on farms in the area.  Alphonse Ménard built the current house in 1904. A few years later,  Aldège Beauchamp purchased the house and moved the farm buildings that were on the corner of Landry and du Golf. Lionel Hotte, Louis’ grandson, purchased the farm around 1958. Édouard, Lionel’s brother bought the Lachance Family farm a few years earlier in 1947.

2320 Landry Street

Louis Hotte and his wife, Rose De Lima Rollin.

2320 Landry Street

Louis Hotte house in 2017.

Extract of
Clarence Point & Clarence Creek's History

Clarence Point & Clarence Creek's History image circuit

Presented by : Cité de Clarence-Rockland

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