François Le Andris Le Sueur (1625 - 1671) MP

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Birthplace: Colmesnil-Manneville, Upper Normandy, France
Death: Died in New York, NY
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About François Le Andris Le Sueur

Name: Francois Le Andris LESUER Given Name: Francois Le Andris Surname: Lesuer Sex: M Change Date: 13 MAY 2009 Note:

Notes from http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2851178&id=I544571530

Name per familysearch.org & Theodore Lozier. Per Lewis Bartholf, alt name = Francois LeSeuer. Francois was one of the "progenitor" Loziers (from which the various branches sprung) per Theodore Lozier, a great-grandson of John James Lozier. Birth date per familysearch.org. Per photocopy of page 34 of a book not in Frank Olderr's possession, alt birth date = abt. 1635. Birth place per Theodore Lozier. Harlem and New Amsterdam are now parts of New York, NY. Per Theodore Lozier, Francois immigrated from Holland to New Amsterdam with his sister Jeanne in 1657. Also, Francois was a member of the Dutch Reformed Church & was a civil engineer; after service in the Esopus Indian War in about 1665, he was in poor health & moved back to Harlem in 1670. Death date per Lewis Bartholf. Per Theodore Lozier, alt death date = between 1669 & 1672. Death place per familysearch.org. Per Lewis Bartholf, alt death place = Kingston, Ulster, NY. Sources for this family group include familysearch.org in 2003, "Lozier Family papers," "Lozier Lineage," and Theodore Lozier.

Notes from http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=sebneter&id=I305

Francois Le Sueur was a civil engineer. He came to America which his sister, Jeanne in 1657. They came to New Amsterdam (NYC), lived in Flatbush, Long Island; then moved to New Harlem in 1661. He had just completed the engineering work for the town site of Harlem at that time. Early in 1663 he left Harlem because of excessive taxation, going to Esopus, NY. Francois served as a soldier in the Esopus Indian War. Because of failing health, he returned to New Harlem with his family about 1670. He died the next year at New Harlem.

Francois Le Sueur died when Nicholas Lozier was about three years old. Nicholas was raised by his Dutch mother and her relatives who imparted Dutch customs to him. When Nicholas married, he moved from Harlem to Hackensack, NJ to farm. He purchased the farm from agents of King George of Engl and. It remained in the Lozier family until 1930. It is shown on the Erskine maps used by Gen. Geo. Washington as "Lurziers" house and "Lurziers Hill"

From "Lozier Descendants of Francois Le Sueur" by Theodore Woodruff Lozi er retired in Arkansas LDS Film 1321074

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François Le Andris Le Sueur's Timeline

1625
April 16, 1625
Colmesnil-Manneville, Upper Normandy, France
1657
1657
- April 10, 1657
Age 31

Francois traveld with his sister Jeanne to New Amsterdam.

1659
July 12, 1659
Age 34
New Amsterdam, Dutch Reformed Church
1660
August 22, 1660
Age 35
New York, New York, NY, USA
1663
November 4, 1663
Age 38
Esopus, NY, USA
1665
July 26, 1665
Age 40
Kingston, NY, USA
July 26, 1665
Age 40
Kingston, NY, USA
1668
June 10, 1668
Age 43
Esopus, Ulster, New York
1671
November 30, 1671
Age 46
New York, NY