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Pierre Jacob Chastain, Sr.

Also Known As: "Pierre Jacques /Chastain/", "Pierre Jacob /Chastain/", "Peter /Chastain/"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Chârost, Cher, Centre, France
Death: Died in King William Parish, Goochland, Virginia Colony, United States
Place of Burial: Manakin Farm Cemetery, Manakin Farm, Goochland County, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Jean François Chastain and Jeanne Jeanne Chastain
Husband of Susanne Reynaud; Anne Soblet; Magdelaine Flournoy and Mary Magdalene Trabue / Chastain
Father of Marguerite Rapine Perrault; Pauline Elizabeth Chastain; Marie Suzanne Chastain; Jeanne-Françoise Francoise Chastain; Arthur Chastain and 15 others
Brother of Jacques Chastain; Ann Chastain; Jeanne Chastain; Jean Chastain; Marie 1 Demense and 4 others

Occupation: Doctor
Managed by: Patricia Norton Chong
Last Updated:

About Dr. Pierre Chastain

Baptized April 9, 1659, Charost, France; died 1728, Goochland County, Virginia

http://phillip.l.sublett.com/family/tree-Chastain.htm

On July 23, 1700, the ship Mary and Ann arrived in Virginia Colony bringing our immigrant ancestor Pierre Chastain, along with his wife and five children, to the new world. He fled to the new land from France through England to escape Louis XIV's harsh Catholic persecution of the French Protestants called Huguenots. Pierre was about 37 years old. Pierre helped found a new community in the colony called Manakintown, and served for many years as an officer of the Episcopalian Church of Manakintown. He was a surgeon by profession.

After the death of his first wife, Pierre Chastain married Anne Soblet, the daughter of Abraham Soblet and Susanne Briant. Together they would have eight children and dozens of grandchildren.

http://www.chastaincentral.com/content/pierre.html http://soblet.com/history.htm -------------------- Pierre was a doctor of some note. He was also a Huegenot and fled France circa 1696. He went across the Jura Mountains into Switzerland to the town of Vevey. Sometime after September 1698 he and his family moved to The Hague, Netherlands and from there they went to London, England.

Pierre was instrumental in getting support and organizing a Hugenot colonization of Virginia. On April 19, 1700. He and 5 of his children (by his then wife Susanna Reynaud were among the 207 passengers that set sail out of Gravesend, England aboard the ship, the Mary and Ann. The ship arrived at the mouth of the James River on July 12, 1700. The group initially settled Manakin, Virginia on a 10,000 acre tract of land they were awarded. -------------------- Pierre CHASTAIN, Sr. was born in the village of Charost, in Berri Province (now the department of Cher), France, in 1659.

In 1685, by the Edict of Fontainebleau, Louis XIV revoked the "irrevocable" Edict of Nantes. The Edict of Fontainebleau declared Protestantism illegal and removed all civil protection from French Protestants. Having experienced persecution in France for over a century, the number of Huguenots leaving France grew to a flood. Estimates of the numbers range from 200,000 to one million.

Pierre CHASTAIN and his wife, Susanne REYNAUD, initially fled to Switzerland, where they lived for about ten years. They had eight children; most of them were probably born in Switzerland. Three died in infancy. Along with thousands of other Huguenots and Palatine refugees, they made their way to Holland. Pierre CHASTAIN helped gather a group of Huguenots who proposed to English merchants that they would help colonize Virginia, in exchange for transport and grants of land.

In July 1700, after a voyage of almost three months aboard the Mary and Ann, Pierre CHASTAIN, his wife Susanne and five children arrived at the mouth of the James River, near the Jamestown settlement in the Virginia Colony. They did not settle at Jamestown, however. The 10,000 acre site chosen for the Huguenot settlement was west of the James River. More Huguenots arrived in September. The settlement was called Manakintown, being an abandoned Monacan village. It was located in what is now Powhatan County, about 20 miles west of downtown Richmond, Virginia.

Having arrived so late in the year, the colonists were unable to grow crops before the end of the year and some did not survive the harsh winter. Among the losses were Pierre's wife Susanne and three of the five children. Only one child survived to adulthood.

Within the next year, Pierre CHASTAIN married a second wife, Anne SOBLET, the daughter of Abraham and Susanne SOBLET, who were also Huguenot immigrants. They had eight children, including two sons, Pierre CHASTAIN, Jr. and Rene CHASTAIN. Pierre CHASTAIN, Sr. died in 1728.

On May 12, 1705, the Virginia General Assembly passed an act to naturalize the 148 Huguenots resident at Manakintown.

Pierre CHASTAIN, Jr. was born in 1707. --------------------

  • Dr. Pierre (Peter) Chastain

born 9 April 1659 Charost, Berri Province, France

died 3 October 1728 Manakintowne, King William Parish, Henrico County, Virginia

Biographical Information:

Baptism: April 09, 1659, this record was located in the register of Issoudun, now located in the Archives Departemantales de l'Indre at Chateauroux, France

Pierre's first wife was Susanne Reynaud, and was the daughter of Pierre Reynaud.

Pierre and his family by 1696 fled Charost across the Jura Mountains to Switzerland to escape religious persecution. They latter went to the Hague in The Netherlands and from there went to London, England, where Pierre helped organize a group of French Huguenot refugees for colonization in Virginia.

Pierre and his family, among 207 passenges embarked from Gravesend, England on April 19,1700 aboard the ship Mary and Ann. They arrived in Virginia on July 12, 1700. Pierre's first wife, Susanne, died after February 1701 and before November 1701. Two of their children also died. It is unknown how many children they had.

After Pierre's second wife, Anne, died, he married Mary Magdaline Verrueil, widow of Antoine Trabue.

The Pierre Chastain Family Association was created in his honor and is dedicated to the research of all Chastain, and related spellings, families in America. Visit their web site at - http://www.kopower.com/~jimchstn/index.htm

The year was 1659 when Pierre Chastain was born in the ancient Province of Berry, in or near the village of Charost, which is almost the geographic center of France. Pierre Chastain was the son of Estienne Chastain and Jeanne Laurent. Pierre's father, Estienne and this grandfather, Jacques Chastain, had both served as notaire royal at Charost. Estienne was born circa 1625, the son of Jacques and Jeanne Audet Chastain. It is thought that Jacques, born circa 1598-1600, was either the son or grandson of the Estienne Chastain who fled the city of Bourges at the time of the Massacre of St. Bartholomew's Day in 1572. Proof of Pierre's first wife comes from the registers of Vevey in cantonal archives in Lausanne, Switzerland. This proof also corrects the assumption that Magdalaine de la Rochefaucald was Pierre's first wife. Pierre Chastain married Susanne Reynaud, daughter of Pierre Reynaud, from the village of Issoudun. By 1696, the Pierre Chastain family had fled from Charost across the Jura Mountains to Vevey, Canton Vaud, Switzerland to escape religious persecution. Sometime after September 1698, the family departed Vevey and was found at The Haque in The Netherlands (Holland). From there, the family moved to London, England where they remained a short time while Pierre became active in gathering together a group of French Huguenot refugees for colonization in Virginia. Pierre Chastain, his wife Susanne Reynaud Chastain and five children were among the group of 207 passengers who embarked from Gravesend, England on April 19, 1700 aboard the ship Mary and Ann of London. This ship arrived at the mouth of the James River on July 12, 1700. The group settled in Manakin, Virginia about twenty miles up the James River. The group was given a 10,000 acre tract of land south of the James in an area once occupied by the Monacan Tribe of Indians.

Pierre's wife, Susanne, died after February 1701 and before November 1701, two of the children also had died. Pierre then married Anne Soblet. Ann was the daughter of Abraham Soblet and Susanne Brian. The marriage to Anne Soblet produced eight children. Anne Soblet Chastain died on April 3, 1723. Pierre married a third time to Mary Magdaline (Verrueil) Trabue, daughter of Moise and Madelene Verrueil and widow of Antoine Trabue. Pierre Chastain died in Goochland County, Virginia in the fall of 1728. He had made his will on October 3, 1728 and this will was probated on November 20, 1728. He was buried in the family cemetery near his home. Magdeline Chastain died in late Spring of 1731, she and Pierre did not have children.

The family cemetery where Pierre Chastain was buried is located on what is now Monacan Farm near Manakin Episcopal church. The Cemetery was located a few yards from the family home and contained several field stones and as many as 30 graves. A brick wall surrounding the family plot was torn down in 1929 by a farmer who used the bricks to build a house. In 1982, Lowell Chastain, then President of the Association, erected a grave marker for Pierre Chastain and constructed a chain-link fence around his grave.

Father:

  • Estienne Chastain

born 30 March 1625 Charost Province, Berri, France

died after 1694

Mother:

  • Jeanne Laurent

born about 1625 France

died 1691/94

Siblings:

Jacques Chastain born 22 December 1652

Anne Chastain born 25 February 1655

Jeanne Chastain born 11 February 1657

Jean Chastain born 1661

Marie Chastain born 3 February 1664

Marie Chastain born 27 February 1667

spouse:

  • Anne Soblet

born 1675 Sedan Provence, Champagne, France

died 3 April 1723 Manakin, Henrico County, Virginia

married 1701 Virginia

Children:

  • Mary Chastain born 1709 Manakin Town, Henrico County, Virginia

died 1729 Goochland County Virginia

Pierre Chastain Jr. born 1707 Manakintowne, Henrico County, Virginia

died 1756 Buckingham County, Virginia

Judith Chastain born 1703 died 6 November 1773

Susanna Chastain born 1705

Elizabeth Chastain born about 1711

Rene Chastain born about 1713

Jane Chastain born about 1716

Marie Magdalaine Chastain born about 1721

Notes or source:

http://www.kcnet.com/~denis/briggs/chas-09.htm

-------------------- Immigrated on 19 April 1700 from London, England-Ship logged Deaprture.

The ship "Mary and Ann" Sailed from England on 19 April, 1700 and arrived

at the mouth of the James River on 23 July, 1700. Pierre Chastain, his

wife and five children were among the 207 passengers who sailed from

London.

Virginia Historical Society, Collections, Vol. 6 pages 65-67.

James Milton Midkiff

4156 Shan Dr. East

Mobile, AL 36693-4855

334-666-1432

jmmjsm@aol.com jmmidkiff@juno.com -------------------- surgeon/barber

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=chastain&GSfn=Pierre&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=48&GScnty=2839&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=20353590&df=all&

Birth: Apr. 9, 1659 z-*Department of Cher, France Death: Oct. 3, 1728 Manakin Farms Goochland County Virginia, USA

The tombstone is encircled around a chain link fence on the Monacan Fram near the Manakin Episcopal Church The family lived a few yards from here.


Family links:

Spouse:
 Anne Soblet Chastain (1675 - 1723)*

Children:
 Elizabeth Chastain LeSueur*
 Pierre Chastain*

Burial: Monacan Farm Cemetery Manakin Farms Goochland County Virginia, USA -------------------- The year was 1659 when Pierre Chastain was born in the ancient Province of Berry, in or near the village of Charost, which is almost the geographic center of France. Pierre Chastain was the son of Estienne Chastain and Jeanne Laurent. Pierre's father, Estienne and his grandfather, Jacques Chastain, had both served as notaire royal at Charost. Estienne was born circa 1625, the son of Jacques and Jeanne Audet Chastain. It is thought that Jacques, born circa 1598-1600, was either the son or grandson of the Estienne Chastain who fled the city of Bourges at the time of the Massacre of St. Bartholomew's Day in 1572.

Proof of Pierre's first wife comes from the registers of Vevey in cantonal archives in Lausanne, Switzerland. This proof also corrects the assumption that Magdalaine de la Rochefaucald was Pierre's first wife. Pierre Chastain married Susanne Reynaud, daughter of Pierre Reynaud, from the village of Issoudun. By 1696, the Pierre Chastain family had fled from Charost across the Jura Mountains to Vevey, Canton Vaud, Switzerland to escape religious persecution. Sometime after September 1698, the family departed Vevey and was found at The Hague in The Netherlands (Holland).

From there, the family moved to London, England where they remained a short time while Pierre became active in gathering together a group of French Huguenot refugees for colonization in Virginia. Pierre Chastain, his wife Susanne Reynaud Chastain and five children were among the group of 207 passengers who embarked from Gravesend, England on April 19, 1700 aboard the ship Mary and Ann of London. This ship arrived at the mouth of the James River on July 12, 1700. The group settled in Manakin, Virginia about twenty miles up the James River. The group was given a 10,000 acre tract of land south of the James in an area once occupied by the Monacan Tribe of Indians.

Pierre's wife, Susanne, died after February 1701 and before November 1701, two of the children also had died. Pierre then married Anne Soblet. Ann was the daughter of Abraham Soblet and Susanne Brian. The marriage to Anne Soblet produced eight children. Anne Soblet Chastain died on April 3, 1723. Pierre married a third time to Mary Magdaline (Verrueil) Trabue, daughter of Moise and Madelene Verrueil and widow of Antoine Trabue.

Pierre Chastain died in Goochland County, Virginia in the fall of 1728. He had made his will on October 3, 1728 and this will was probated on November 20, 1728. He was buried in the family cemetery near his home. Magdeline Chastain died in late Spring of 1731, she and Pierre did not have children.

The family cemetery where Pierre Chastain was buried is located near Manakin Episcopal church. The Cemetery was located a few yards from the family home and contained several field stones and as many as 30 graves. A brick wall surrounding the family plot was torn down in 1929 by a farmer who used the bricks to build a house.

In 1982, Lowell Chastain, then President of the Association, erected a grave marker for Pierre Chastain and constructed a chain-link fence around his grave.

http://www.pierrechastain.com/content/pierre.html

1). He was born about 1663 in Central France. In 1696 Docteur Pierre Chastain and wife and children are in Switzerland as refugees.Pierre applied to the English Government for a land grant in America.After this was granted, on April 19, 1700 he sailed on the Mary Ann from London, England to America. On July 23, 1700, after 95 days atsea,the ship arrived at the mouth of the James River in Virginia.ForPierre s services in arranging the Huguenot settlement in Virginia, given a personal land grant of 111 acres near the abandoned Indian village of Manakin. At his death in 1728, he owned 1,154 acres of land in Goochland county. By the end of the first year in Virginia,his first wife Marie Magdelaine de la Rochefoucault and three of his five children had died. By November 1701 he was remarried toAnnSoblet. Anne S Chastain died April 3, 1723. Pierre then married the widow Magdelaine Trebue. They had no issue. -------------------- Notes from others' research:

Pierre Chastain, Sr. died in the Parish of King William, that later became Goochland County, Virginia, USA He died between the making of his will on October 3, 1728, and November 20, 1728, when his will was probated.

There are several graves near the Manakin Episcopal Church surrounded by woods at the crest of the hill above the James River. One must have the owner's permission to go to the graves. A marker with the date 1660 was placed on the grave thought to be that of Pierre Chastain Sr. It is surrounded by a metal fence.

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Came to America aboard the ship "Mary and Ann" of London, bound for Virginia

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The following note was submitted by Bob and Aneeta Morton ‎(7th great granddaughter of Pierre)‎:

Aneeta and I were able to visit Pierre's gravesite on 6-9-08 through the courtesy of Peggy Martin, who kindly took us through the woods to it. This time of year, there is a LOT of vegetation out there ‎(later, my wife discovered she had picked up a tick)‎.

The point of this, however, is that I took my Garmin GPS device with me and stored a waypoint which enabled me to get the actual coordinates of the gravesite. They are:

N37º 34.637 minutes; W77º 42.147 minutes which, by math, translates to N37º, 34 minutes, 38.22 seconds; W77º, 42 minutes, 8.82 seconds ‎(round the seconds if you wish)‎.

--> https://maps.google.com/maps?q=%2B37%C2%B0+34%27+38.22%22,+-77%C2%B0+42%27+8.82%22&hl=en&ie=UTF8&ll=37.590363,-77.704153&spn=0.039583,0.077162&sll=37.570841,-77.546911&sspn=0.039593,0.077162&t=h&z=14&iwloc=near

-------------------- The year was 1659 when Pierre Chastain was born in the ancient Province of Berry, in or near the village of Charost, which is almost the geographic center of France. Pierre Chastain was the son of Estienne Chastain and Jeanne Laurent. Pierre's father, Estienne and his grandfather, Jacques Chastain, had both served as notaire royal at Charost. Estienne was born circa 1625, the son of Jacques and Jeanne Audet Chastain. It is thought that Jacques, born circa 1598-1600, was either the son or grandson of the Estienne Chastain who fled the city of Bourges at the time of the Massacre of St. Bartholomew's Day in 1572.

Proof of Pierre's first wife comes from the registers of Vevey in cantonal archives in Lausanne, Switzerland. This proof also corrects the assumption that Magdalaine de la Rochefaucald was Pierre's first wife. Pierre Chastain married Susanne Reynaud, daughter of Pierre Reynaud, from the village of Issoudun. By 1696, the Pierre Chastain family had fled from Charost across the Jura Mountains to Vevey, Canton Vaud, Switzerland to escape religious persecution. Sometime after September 1698, the family departed Vevey and was found at The Hague in The Netherlands (Holland).

From there, the family moved to London, England where they remained a short time while Pierre became active in gathering together a group of French Huguenot refugees for colonization in Virginia. Pierre Chastain, his wife Susanne Reynaud Chastain and five children were among the group of 207 passengers who embarked from Gravesend, England on April 19, 1700 aboard the ship Mary and Ann of London. This ship arrived at the mouth of the James River on July 12, 1700. The group settled in Manakin, Virginia about twenty miles up the James River. The group was given a 10,000 acre tract of land south of the James in an area once occupied by the Monacan Tribe of Indians.

Pierre's wife, Susanne, died after February 1701 and before November 1701, two of the children also had died. Pierre then married Anne Soblet. Ann was the daughter of Abraham Soblet and Susanne Brian. The marriage to Anne Soblet produced eight children. Anne Soblet Chastain died on April 3, 1723. Pierre married a third time to Mary Magdaline (Verrueil) Trabue, daughter of Moise and Madelene Verrueil and widow of Antoine Trabue.

Pierre Chastain died in Goochland County, Virginia in the fall of 1728. He had made his will on October 3, 1728 and this will was probated on November 20, 1728. He was buried in the family cemetery near his home. Magdeline Chastain died in late Spring of 1731, she and Pierre did not have children.

The family cemetery where Pierre Chastain was buried is located near Manakin Episcopal church. The Cemetery was located a few yards from the family home and contained several field stones and as many as 30 graves. A brick wall surrounding the family plot was torn down in 1929 by a farmer who used the bricks to build a house.

In 1982, Lowell Chastain, then President of the Association, erected a grave marker for Pierre Chastain and constructed a chain-link fence around his grave. http://www.pierrechastain.com/content/pierre.html -------------------- Peter (Pierre) Chastain

Often referred to as Pierre the Immigrant by researchers, this man is without a doubt, through his sons, John, Peter and Rene, the father of the Chastain Family in America. He was born about 1662 in the province of Berri, France. Due to the persecution of the Huguenots he fled to Switzerland in the early 1690's. The 1693 Swiss census of Refugees for the Baillage de Vevay list him, as does the census of 1696. The September 9, 1698 listing of the same place names "Peter Chastain, 35 ans, de Charost en Berri, chirurg, sa femme et cing infants". His occupation is listed as "Appoticairies et chirurgiens". Peter is no longer listed in these census records after 1698 and apparently moved to England for a period of about two years. The ruling monarchs of England at that time were William and Mary who were anxious to plant colonies in the new world. Beginning in 1699, under Marquis de la Muce, and ending in 1700, four successful debarkations by the ships "The Peter and Anthony" "The Gallery of London", "The Mary and Ann" and "Le Nassau" they landed in Virginia between 500 and 7-French Huguenots. They settled on the south die of the James River, some twenty miles above Richmond. They were given a tract of 10,000 acres of land, which had once been occupied by the then extinet Manakin trice of Indians. No traces of the original town of Manakin remain today. Peter Chastain, wife and five children, were among 207 Swiss and French passengers who embarked April 19, 1700 on the "Mary and Ann" f London, George Haws, Commander, which arrived at the mouth of the James River on July 23, 1700, after a passage of thirteen weeks. The unknown first wife of Peter Chastain as well as some of the five children appear to have died shortly after reaching Virginia. As suggested by the 1698 Swiss Refugee census two Virginia records do refer to Peter Chastain as a doctor. On March 20, 1731 James Robinson deeded land "Bounded by the land of Dr. Peter Chastain" and in the accounting of the estate of Antoine Trabue on December 8, 1727 the list of creditors include Dr. Chastain. He may also have been a preacher. Peter Chastain is shown with two tithes on the vestry book of King William Parish for 1714, 1715, and 1717 with a Negro named Robert. The 1720 list shows him with three tithes. The 1714 list shows him with a wife, two sons and four daughters. This list excludes son John and probably daughter Judith. Peter was elected to serve on first of the newly created parish of King Williams about 1701. He was again elected to serve on August 25, 1718 and on November 25, 1718 he and Abraham Sallee were elected churchwardens, both taking the oath of office December 18, 1718. At the time of his death in 1728, he was serving both as churchwarden and on the vestry. In 1729, following his death, his accounts as warden were rendered by Mr. John Chastain, in place of his father, Peter Chastain, and also by Mr. Louis Soblet. Peter Chastain patented 111 acres of land on March 23, 1715. On July 9, 1724 a second patent was granted to him in Henrico County which contained 379 acres on the west side of Jones Creek. He had secured a 574-acre tract from Rene LaForce sometime between 1723 and 1728, by a deed apparently lost in the destruction of the Henrico County records. By 1727-28 his holdings in the parish totaled 1063 acres of land. The second wife of Peter Chastain was Ann Soblet. It is my opinion she was also the ancestor of the Chastain's of Washington County, Indiana but have no proof of this. She was born about 1684 and was the daughter of Peter Chastain's fellow immigrants, Abraham and Susannah (Brian) Soblet, refugees from Sedan in the Champagne to Virginia, via London. The register of King William Parish, April 13, 1723 says: "Died - Ann Soblet the wife of Monsieur Peter Chastain, age about ---- years, was buried the 4th of the month. Peter then married Mrs. Magdalene (Flourney) Trabue, daughter of Jacob Flourney and the widow of Antonie. Peter had helped take the inventory of Trabue on May 19, 1724 and the inventory was returned to court October 3, 1726 by Magdalene Chastain so they were evidently married in 1725-26. Magdalene Chastain, the widow of Peter, made her will June 2, 1729 and died prior to the first Monday in May 1731 when her will was presented for probate. In it she names only her own children by her first husband Trabue and appointed her brother, Francis Flourney as Executor. Determination of the maternity of the children of Peter Chastain is quite difficult. His will appears to name the children in order of birth, after first separating them by sex. The sons may be assigned to the correct mother with comparative ease, because we can estimate the age of each closely, thanks to the near completeness (1710-1738) of the King William parochial tithe lists on which free white males became tithable at age 16. John, Judith and the three children by his first wife and his second wife, Ann or Susannah Soblet, was evidently the mother of all the others. Peter Chastain died in the Parish of King William, then Goochland County, Virginia between October 3 and November 20, 1728, the dates of the making and probating of his will. He signed the will with his customary "Chastaing", without Christina name. He and his wife are supposed to have been buried in his farm near Manakin. The will of Peter Chastain contains the following provisions: son John Chastain to have the land where he now lives, containing an estimated 90 acres; son Peter Chastain to have the land, 111 acres, where the elder Peter lived; son Rene Chastain to have 379 acres on Jones' Creek, it being the land where William Bottom lives; daughter Judith, Susanna, Mary, Elizabeth and Magdaline to have an estimated 574 acres on lower Manakin Creek to be equally divided, Judith to have the lower part where she now lives, Susanna to join her, Mary to join to Susanna, Elizabeth to join Mary and Magdaline to join Elizabeth and if wither of them dies before they come of age or marry, then the land belonging to them that die is divided between the other daughters that join the one who dies. Rest of estate to be divided between "my wife" Magdaline three sons John, Peter and Rene and my five daughters, Judith, Susanna, Mary, Elizabeth, and Magdaline. Sons John and Peter appointed executors "Rane" Chastain was one of the witnesses.

source Roberta Dooley and Avery McKinney[roberta dooley McKinney File.FTW] --------------------

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Dr. Pierre Chastain's Timeline

1659
April 9, 1659
Chârost, Cher, Centre, France
April 9, 1659
Issoudin, Province of Berry, France
April 9, 1659
Issoudun, Indre, France
April 9, 1659
Issoudun, Berry, France
1681
1681
Age 21
Bordeaux,Guienne,,France
1688
1688
Age 28
1690
May 6, 1690
Age 31
Vevey, Canton of, Vaud, Switzerland
1690
Age 30
Charost, , Berri, France
1693
April 24, 1693
Age 34
April 24, 1693
Age 34
Vaud, Schweiz