Married: Mary Scafe born in England in 1805, married September 15, 1823 at the Episcopal Congregational of St. Johns by William Devereux Baldwyn. The register states the farmer Alexis's last name as Boudreau and states them both residents of near the Isle-aux-Noix. Witnesses were Thomas Scafe and William [?].
Children: 12 children including: Harriet Labounty, Mariah Labounty, Eleanor Labounty, (Louisa) Zoa Labounty, Napolean Labounty, Emily Labounty, Philamene Sarah Labounty, John Labounty, Alexcis Labounty Jr, Mary Ann Labounty, George Labounty, Josephine Labounty
In 1834 Alexis Boudriau dit Labonte (Alexis or Alexander Labounty) leased a mill (located on Beaver Creek in Delery) for ten years from Robert Hoyle. —-The Christie Seigneuries: Estate Management and Settlement in the Upper Richelieu Vally, 1760-1854 By Françoise Noël
Alexis was a rebel in the Canadian Patriot War of 1837 and 1838. He was in prison because of his actions. Information from three depositions and one Petition in the Bibliotheque et Archives nationales Quebec.
In 1850 Alexis (Elick Labonty), Mary, John, Elick, Mary & George were living in Wilmington, Essex County, New York
Alexis Labounty arrived in the area before 1860.
In 1870/71 Alexis was an assessor for Harrietstown.
In September 1870, A. Labounty was one of three delegates from Harrietstown to the Republican County Convention.
Adirondack Daily Enterprise, March 23, 1970
The Year 1951- "That certificate in the Enterprise Window, dated "1836", was presented to Alexis Bourdian, the grandfather of Will and Ed LaBounty, in recognition of services rendered by him. Will says the name Bourdrian was the original family name of the LaBountys.