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Pierre Joubert (Jaubert), SV/PROG

Nicknames: "JAUBERT", "Jubert", "Pieter Joubert", "PIETER JOUBERT"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: La Motte-d'Aigues, Vaucluse, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France
Death: Died in Drakenstein, RSA, Western Cape, South Africa
Place of Burial: Franschhoek, Cape Colony
Immediate Family:

Son of Jacques Jaubert and Francoise Rambert
Husband of Susanne Reyne and Isabeau Richarde, SM/PROG
Father of Jacques Joubert, a1b1; Elizabeth Joubert, a1b2; Pierre Joubert, a1b3; Jean Joubert, a1b5; Francina Joubert, a1b5 and 7 others

Occupation: Wine Farmer, Farmer, Agriculturist. Owned many farms in the Drakenstein, Farmer - Franschoek -, Hugenoot: Doornkop/Drakenstein (Kaap), FARMER
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About Pierre Joubert (Jaubert), SV/PROG

  • Birth Date 1664
  • Death Date 30/6/1732
  • First Name Pierre David
  • Last Name Joubert
  • Suffix II SV/PROG
  • Gender Male
  • Birth Location De La Motte, D'Aigues, Provence, France
  • Death Location Drakenstein, RSA, Western Cape, South Africa
  • Burial Date June 1732

Pierre Joubert * Lamotte d'Aigues in die Franse provinsie, Provence c. 1664 † 30.6.1732 a. met die boot Berg China wat Rotterdam op 20.3.1688 verlaat en op 4.8.1688 Tafelbaai bereik. Hy boer op verskeie plase, o.a. Lamotte (vernoem na sy geboorteplek) en Provence (vernoem na die provinsie vanwaar hy kom). Hy besit ook een van die eerste plase in die Tulbagh-kom, nl. De Plaisa x Waalse kerk, Brielle 1.2.1688 Susanne REYNE * La Roque d'Antheron in Provence † voor die Berg China Rotterdam op 20.3.1688 verlaat het, of tydens die boot se reis na die Kaap xx Isabeau RICHARD wed. v. Pierre Malan * c. 1668 † Drakenstein c. 1748. Die name v. Isabeau Richard en haar eggenoot, Pierre Malan, verskyn op die skeepslys van die Berg China, opgestel 23.12.1687. Die waarskynlikheid is dus dat Susanne Reyne en Pierre Malan oorlede is voordat die Berg China in Tafelbaai aangekom het.

b1 Josúe * c. 1689 x Paarl 5.8.1725 Susanne GARDE * c. 1703 † Waveren

b2 Jacques (Jacob) * c. 1691

b3 Isabeau (Elizabeth) * c. 1692 x 23.1.1717 Guillaume LORET v. Nantes * c. 1671 † Drakenstein 5.1.1718 xx Paarl 21.5.1719 Paul ROUX

b4 Pierre * c. 1694 † c. 1741 x 1.5.1718 Susanna DE VILLIERS * c. 1697 † c. 1766 (Abraham-dg)

b5 Jean = Paarl 7.12.1695 † voor 16.3.1738 x Paarl 22.6.1727 Maria VAN WYK d.v. Adriaan (Arie) van Wyk en Cornelia Helm (sy xx 29.11.1739 Coenraad Striegel)

b6 Francoise (Francina) = Paarl 11.11.1697 x Paarl 21.5.1719 Johannes PLEUNIS

b7 Louise = Paarl 6.12.1699 x Paarl 10.10.1718 Jan (Jean) LOMBARD * c. 1698 † c. 1720 xx Jacobus DE VILLIERS

b8 Gideon * c. 1702 † c. 1738 x Stellenbosch 25.2.1725 Margaretha DE VILLIERS * c. 1705 (Jacob-dg) (sy xx Heinrich Hoppe)

b9 Maria * c. 1704 † voor 24.4.1746 x Paarl 15.9.1726 Jan LOOTS v. Amsterdam

b10 Francois = Paarl 28.11.1706 † c. 1758 x Paarl 6.11.1729 Gesina VAN DEVENTER xx 18.2.1731 Elizabeth (Isabeau) CRONJÉ * 8.11.1711 † c. 1786 d.v. Pierre Cronier en Suzanne Taillefert

b11 Rachel * c. l710 x Paarl 22.1.1730 Dirk Willem CRAFFORD v. Utrecht xx 30.10.1744 Geirit VAN DEVENTER xxx Tulbagh 24.8.1754 Johannes Albertus VAN IMMENIS (Van Emmenis)

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Bron/Source: Weesc. K d GH inventaris

Reference no.: MOOC8/5.78 Testator(s): Pieter Jubert Susanna de Villiers

26 September 1730

Inventaris van alle sodanige goederen, als ’er sijn naargelaten en met er dood ontruijmt door Pieter Jubert de Jonge en sijn vooroverledene huijsvrouw Susanna de Villiers, ten voordeele van

haar bij den anderen in huwelijk verwekte vier minderjarige kinderen te weten Susanna oud 12 Elisabeth oud 9 Pieter oud 6 jaren en Rachel Jubert oud 6 maanden

so en indiervoegen als deselve door de grootvader van gem: kinderen de landbouwer Pieter Jubert d' oude, aan de ondergetekende gecommitteerde Weesm:ren sijn opgegeven en bevonden, als volgt

Een plaats ofte hofstede gelegen aan Drakestein over de Bergrevier genaamt de Drie Fontaine

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From La Motte-d'Aigues in Provence France He and his wife came in 1688 to *die Kaap* now known as South Africa on the ship *Berg China*..sailed on the 20 march 1688 and arrived in Table Bay on 4 august 1688. The ship was owned by the *Kamer of Rotterdam* and was 160 ft long. a load of 500 tons and 175 passengers. 19 people (Huguenot Fugitives) died on the trip and 50 sick arrived in Table bay, according to the Logbook. on board of this ship: -Jean Mesnart (28) - -Louise Corbonne (30) -Her mother- in-law Marie Anthonarde (64) their 6 childeren, Jean 10, George 9, Jacques 8, Jean 7 Philippe 6, Andre baby of 5 months. -Anthoine Madan 38, his wife Elisabeth Verdette and their daughter of 10 months -Jean Marthe, wid or Jourdan 60) her sons Jean Jourdan 28, Pierre Jourdan 24. -Marie Jourdan wid of 40, her three daughters Marie 10 and Margarete 7. -Pierre Malan 23 and his wife ISABEAU 20 ,(Note: in some notes Pierre Joubert's wife Susanne Resne who he married in Brielle, died on the ship..and Pierre Malan died also on the same ship, and Isabeau married Pierre Joubert.) -Pierre Jourdan 24, Paul Jourdan, Andre Pelanchon 15 (3 cousins), -Mathieu Frachasse 18, -Pierre Goiraud 30 his wife Francoise 28 -Susanne Resne daughter of 2 yrs old, -Anthoine Senet 19, -and a few orphan girls. (taken from the book of Pieter Coertzen - Huguenots of South africa -NB on this ship according to his page 80 in named book..there is NO Pierre Joubert on board... mistake? maybe Pierre Malan is Pierre Joubert???) )

He received land in Oliphantshoek (now known as Franschhoek) in 1694. The letter of acknowledgement came only on the 11 May 1712. The farm he built is called La provence. He was very wealthy, through hardworking. The farms he owned were;- La Provence de Plaisante in *t Land van Waveren*(near Wolseley, on the Breederiver)which his son Pierre received in 1716. l'Ormarins(Franschhoek) Bellingham (Drakenstein) in 1700 La Roque in 1709

Jean Imbert has named Pierre Joubert, in 1723, as his heir.

Pierre Joubert, amongst others (Isaac Taillefert, Jacques Malan, Francois Retif, Josue Cellier and Paul Couvret) are named as the pioneers in wine production . Estienne Niel was named the most succesfull farmer in the farming community, followed by the *three Pierre's* Pierre Rousseau, Pierre Joubert and Pierre le Fevre.

Marriage 1 Susanne Reyne (RESNE) b: 1668 in Roque d'Antheron (Provence) France Married: 1688 in Brielle (Nederland)

Marriage 2 Isabeau RICHARDE b: 1667 in Provence (France) Married: 1688 in on the Ship Berg China Note: After His wife, Susanne Resne (Reyne) died on the ship China. he married Isabeau, who was married to Malan..who died also on the ship China. -------------------- Pierre Joubert arriveer aan die Kaap op die skip "Berg China" met sy vrou Isabeau Richard. Hy was landbouer en besit baie plase in die Drakenstein distrik

Verwysing: Gelagregister van Vroeë Kaapse families Ancestry24.com Cor Pama Groot naamboek van Afrikaanse Families. -------------------- Birth Apr 1663 at De La Motte D'Aigues, Provence and is the progenitor for this branch of JOUBERT in South Africa Arrival 4 Aug 1688 Table Bay, Cape of Good Hope

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Residence: La Motte, Franschhoek.

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Pierre JOUBERT was born at Lamotte d'Aigues in the French province 'Provence', circa 1664. Hy vlug in 1685 na Switserland en trek vandaar al langs die Rynrivier tot by Rotterdam. He married Susanne REYNE, born 1667, La Roche, d'Autheron, Provence, France, on 1 Feb 1688 in the Waalse Kerk, Brielle, Zuid Holland. Pierre JOUBERT and Isabeau RICHARD married 28 March 1688 en route to the Cape, she died 1748. He arrived in Table Bay 4 August 1688 on board the 'Berg China' that left Rotterdam on 20 June 1688. Pierre farmed a number of farms amongst others Lamotte, 1709 (named after his place of birth) and Provence, 1694 (named after his province of origin) in Franschoek. Another farm he owned was Bellingham, 1700. He also owned a farm in the Tulbagh basin, De Plaisant, 1716. Pierre died on 30 June 1732. The names Isabeau RICHARD and her husband Pierre MALAN appears on the passenger list of the Berg China, compiled 23 Dec 1687. It is therefor probable that Susanne REYNE (Pierre JOUBERT's first wife) died before the Berg China departed Rotterdam or en route to the Cape and that Pierre MALAN (Isabeau's husband)died before the Berg China arrived in Table Bay.

In 1690 he received financial assistance from the Batavian fund. Subsequently he became one of the big landowners in Drakenstein. His farms inlcuded Bellingkamp, Lormarins, La Motte, La Provence, La Roche and De Plaisante. In 1715 Hottentotte people stole all his cattle.

Pierre Joubert en Isabeau Richard had 6 sons and 5 daughters:

1. Joshua * 1689 x Paarl 5 Aug 1725 Susanna Garde 2. Jacques (Jacob) * 1691 3. Isabeau (Elizabeth)* 1692 x 23 Jan 1717 Guillaume Loret van Nantes xx Paarl 25 May 1719 Paul Roux 4. Pierre (Pieter) *1694 + 1741 x 1 May 1718 Susanna de Villiers d/v Abraham 5. Jean ~ Paarl 7 Dec 1695 + voor 16 March 1738 x Paarl 22 Jun 1727 Maria van Wyk d/v Adriaan (Arie) 6. Francoise (Francina) ~ 11 Nov 1697 x Paarl 21 May 1719 Johannes Pleunis s/v Jacob 7. Louise ~ Paarl 6 Dec 1699 x Paarl 10 Oct 1718 Jean Lombard xx Jacobus de Villiers 8. Gideon * 1702 + 1738 x Stellenbosch 25 Feb 1725 Margaretha de Villiers d/v Jacob 9. Maria * 1704 + voor 24 Apr 1746 x Paarl 15 Sep 1726 Jan Loots van Amsterdam 10. Francois ~ Paarl 28 Nov 1706 + 1758, burger Drakenstein x Paarl 6 Nov 1729 Gesina van Deventer xx 18 Feb 1731 Elisabeth Cronje d/v Pierre 11. Rachel * 1710 x 22 Jan 1730 Dirk Willem Crafford van Utrecht xx 30 Oct 1744 Gerrit van Deventer xxx Tulbagh 24 Aug 1754 Johannes Albertus van Emmenis

There were rumours that Isabeau Richard and her future son-in-law Guillaume Loret committed adultery. The minister Henricus Beck implemented church discipline as a result in 1707.

Verwysings: De Villiers/Pama Heese/Lombard GC de Wet die Vryliede en Vryswartes in die Kaapse Nederesetting Verwysingsmateriaal, Boksburg biblioteek Verwysingsmateriaal, Springs LDS FHC biblioteek

Saamgestel deur: Martina Louw (nee van Breda) Kennethl@xtra.co.nz

Thanks to submission by: Adré Ellis adreellis@lantic.net webpage http://users.lantic.net/adreellis/ AM van Rensburg -------------------- JOUBERT, PierreJOUBERT, Pierre Proginitor of this branch of the JOUBERT family in South Africa. Pierre JOUBERT was born at Lamotte d'Aigues in the French province' Provence, circa 1664. He arrived in Table Bay 4 August 1688 on board the 'Berg China' that left Rotterdam on 20 June 1688. Pierre farmed a number of farms amongst others Lamotte (named after his place of birth) and Provence (named after his province of origin). He also owned one of the first farms in the Tulbagh basin, De Plasia. Pierre died on 30 June 1732. -------------------- Married to Isabeau Richard Emigrated 20 Mar 1688 from Rotterdam, Netherlands. Ship "Berg China" arrived Table Bay 4 Aug 1688. Stamvader. In 1695, a piece of land situated in a valley between the Drakenstein Mountains and Olifantshoek was granted to Hans Hattingh, a German immigrant from Speyer. In 1709 his neighbour, French Huguenot Pierre Joubert, purchased the land and named it after the village of his birth in Provence, La Motte d’ Aigues.

-------------------- Married to Isabeau Richard Daughter Louisa Joubert born 1699 Emigrated 20 Mar 1688 from Rotterdam, Netherlands. Ship "Berg China" arrived Table Bay 4 Aug 1688. Stamvader.

Ellen Stanton writes : http://www.genealogyworld.net/ellen/NotesonHuguenotFamilies.htm JOUBERT, Pierre, 23 years old, and Isabeau RICHARD his wife, 20 years old, arrived in the China, which sailed from Rotterdam on 20th March 1688. This couple is in the Distribution List 1690 ‘with one child.’ and among Drakenstein families 1692 ‘with two children.’ A joint will was executed by Pierre JOUBERT and his wife on the 30th November 1718, in which their ages are given as 55 and 48 respectively, both of them being described as from Provence. Pierre died about 1732, and his widow about 1748. At her death she owned among other properties the farms:--‘Bellingkamp.’ ‘Lormarius,’ ‘La Rocke’ (Roche?), ‘La Motte,’ and ‘La Provence,’ all situated in the Drakenstein district, and ‘De Plaisante’ situated in Waveren (now Tulbagh). The oldest of these farms was ‘Bellingkamp’ the grant of which is dated 8th October 1695. Numerous descendants still living, among them Piet JOUBERT, the well-known Commandant General of the Transvaal (now South African) Republic.

K. van der Berg Joubert published in Familia vol. 19, no. 4, 1982, P. 85-89

On the 20th March, 1688, one Pierre Joubert of de la Motte d'Aigues sailed from Rotterdam on the ship 'Berg China' as a bachelor. For some reason, writers over history have provided him with an appropriate wife on board - Isabeau Richard. It is interesting to note that on the passenger list of the 'Berg China' published in the 1970 edition of Botha's book, Isabeau Richard is shown as the '20 year old wife of Pierre Malan'. It can only be assumed that Pierre Malan was one of the 30 deaths reported on board the four month voyage and that Pierre Joubert married the 'widow'.

In 1695, a piece of land situated in a valley between the Drakenstein Mountains and Olifantshoek was granted to Hans Hattingh, a German immigrant from Speyer. In 1709 his neighbour, French Huguenot Pierre Joubert, purchased the land and named it after the village of his birth in Provence, La Motte d’ Aigues.

-------------------- Came to South Africa in 1688 -------------------- Pierre JOUBERT was born at Lamotte d'Aigues in the French province 'Provence', circa 1664. Hy vlug in 1685 na Switserland en trek vandaar al langs die Rynrivier tot by Rotterdam.

He married Susanne REYNE, born 1667, La Roche, d'Autheron, Provence, France, on 1 Feb 1688 in the Waalse Kerk, Brielle, Zuid Holland. Pierre JOUBERT and Isabeau RICHARD married 28 March 1688 en route to the Cape, she died 1748. He arrived in Table Bay 4 August 1688 on board the 'Berg China' that left Rotterdam on 20 June 1688. Pierre farmed a number of farms amongst others Lamotte, 1709 (named aft er his place of birth) and Provence, 1694 (named after his province of origin) in Franschoek. Another farm he owned was Bellingham, 1700. He also owned a farm in the Tulbagh basin, De Plaisant, 1716. Pierre died on 30 June 1732. The names Isabeau RICHARD and her husband Pierre MALAN appears on the passenger list of the Berg China, compiled 23 Dec 1687. It is therefor probable that Susanne REYNE (P ierre JOUBERT's first wife) died before the Berg China departed Rotterdam or en route to the Cape and that Pierre MALAN (Isabeau's husband)died before the Berg China arrived in Table Bay.

In 1690 he received financial assistance from the Batavian fund. Subsequently he became one of the big landwoners in Drakenstein. His farms inlcuded Bellingkamp, Lormarins, La Motte, La Provence, La R oche and De Plaisante. In 1715 Hottentotte people stole all his cattle.

Pierre Joubert en Isabeau Richard had 6 sons and 5 daughters:

1. Joshua * 1689 x Paarl 5 Aug 1725 Susanna Garde 2. Jacques (Jacob) * 1691 3. Isabeau (Elizabeth)* 1692 x 23 Jan 1717 Guillaume Loret van Nantes xx Paarl 25 May 1719 Paul Roux 4. Pierre (Pieter) *1694 + 1741 x 1 May 1718 Susanna de Villiers d/v Abraham 5. Jean ~ Paarl 7 Dec 1695 + voor 16 March 1738 x Paarl 22 Jun 1727 Maria van Wyk d/v Adriaan (Arie) 6. Francoise (Francina) ~ 11 Nov 1697 x Paarl 21 May 1719 Johannes Pleunis s/v Jacob 7. Louise ~ Paarl 6 Dec 1699 x Paarl 10 Oct 1718 Jean Lombard xx Jacobus de Villiers 8. Gideon * 1702 + 1738 x Stellenbosch 25 Feb 1725 Margaretha de Villiers d/v Jacob 9. Maria * 1704 + voor 24 Apr 1746 x Paarl 15 Sep 1726 Jan Loots van Amsterdam 10. Francois ~ Paarl 28 Nov 1706 + 1758, burger Drakenstein x Paarl 6 Nov 1729 Gesina van Deventer xx 18 Feb 1731 Elisabeth Cronje d/v Pierre 11. Rachel * 1710 x 22 Jan 1730 Dirk Willem Crafford van Utrecht xx 30 Oct 1744 Gerrit van Deventer xxx Tulbagh 24 Aug 1754 Johannes Albertus van Emmenis

There were rumours that Isabeau Richard and her future son-in-law Guillaume Loret committed adultery. The minister Henricus Beck implemented church discipline as a result in 1707.

Verwysings:

De Villiers/Pama Heese/Lombard GC de Wet die Vryliede en Vryswartes in die Kaapse Nederesetting Verwysingsmateriaal, Boksburg biblioteek Verwysingsmateriaal, Springs LDS FHC biblioteek

Pierre Joubert ook genoem: Pierre Jaubert gebore ongeveer 1664, La Motte-d'Aigues, Frankryk, verw: a, beroep: Boer,(102) trou Isabeau Richard, gebore ongeveer 1669, Provence, Frankryk, sterf 1748. Pie rre sterf ?? Jun 1732. Arriveer in 1688 met die "Berg China" saam met sy vrou. In 1690 het hy geldelike bystand ontvang van die Bataafse Fonds, maar later was hy een van die grootste grondbesitters in die Drakensteingebied. Sy eerste plaas was Bellingkamp, toe Lormarins, La Motte, La Provence, La Roche en De Plaisante. Lg. was in die Land van Waveren en onbewerk toe hy dit gekry het. Hy en sy seun s het dit goed bewerk en met beeste daar geboer. In 1715 steel die Hottentotte al sy beeste.

His name is listed, and his signature can be seen, in the museum in Franschhoek, as among those Huguenots who arrived in 1688. This museum is adjacent to the very attractive monument dedicated to these intrepid and hardworking people, who left such an indelible mark on their country of adoption. -------------------- Pierre JOUBERT was born at Lamotte d'Aigues in the French province 'Provence', circa 1664. Hy vlug in 1685 na Switserland en trek vandaar al langs die Rynrivier tot by Rotterdam.

He married Susanne REYNE, born 1667, La Roche, d'Autheron, Provence, France, on 1 Feb 1688 in the Waalse Kerk, Brielle, Zuid Holland. Pierre JOUBERT and Isabeau RICHARD married 28 March 1688 en route to the Cape, she died 1748. He arrived in Table Bay 4 August 1688 on board the 'Berg China' that left Rotterdam on 20 June 1688. Pierre farmed a number of farms amongst others Lamotte, 1709 (named aft er his place of birth) and Provence, 1694 (named after his province of origin) in Franschoek. Another farm he owned was Bellingham, 1700. He also owned a farm in the Tulbagh basin, De Plaisant, 1716. Pierre died on 30 June 1732. The names Isabeau RICHARD and her husband Pierre MALAN appears on the passenger list of the Berg China, compiled 23 Dec 1687. It is therefor probable that Susanne REYNE (P ierre JOUBERT's first wife) died before the Berg China departed Rotterdam or en route to the Cape and that Pierre MALAN (Isabeau's husband)died before the Berg China arrived in Table Bay.

In 1690 he received financial assistance from the Batavian fund. Subsequently he became one of the big landwoners in Drakenstein. His farms inlcuded Bellingkamp, Lormarins, La Motte, La Provence, La R oche and De Plaisante. In 1715 Hottentotte people stole all his cattle.

Pierre Joubert en Isabeau Richard had 6 sons and 5 daughters:

1. Joshua * 1689 x Paarl 5 Aug 1725 Susanna Garde 2. Jacques (Jacob) * 1691 3. Isabeau (Elizabeth)* 1692 x 23 Jan 1717 Guillaume Loret van Nantes xx Paarl 25 May 1719 Paul Roux 4. Pierre (Pieter) *1694 + 1741 x 1 May 1718 Susanna de Villiers d/v Abraham 5. Jean ~ Paarl 7 Dec 1695 + voor 16 March 1738 x Paarl 22 Jun 1727 Maria van Wyk d/v Adriaan (Arie) 6. Francoise (Francina) ~ 11 Nov 1697 x Paarl 21 May 1719 Johannes Pleunis s/v Jacob 7. Louise ~ Paarl 6 Dec 1699 x Paarl 10 Oct 1718 Jean Lombard xx Jacobus de Villiers 8. Gideon * 1702 + 1738 x Stellenbosch 25 Feb 1725 Margaretha de Villiers d/v Jacob 9. Maria * 1704 + voor 24 Apr 1746 x Paarl 15 Sep 1726 Jan Loots van Amsterdam 10. Francois ~ Paarl 28 Nov 1706 + 1758, burger Drakenstein x Paarl 6 Nov 1729 Gesina van Deventer xx 18 Feb 1731 Elisabeth Cronje d/v Pierre 11. Rachel * 1710 x 22 Jan 1730 Dirk Willem Crafford van Utrecht xx 30 Oct 1744 Gerrit van Deventer xxx Tulbagh 24 Aug 1754 Johannes Albertus van Emmenis

There were rumours that Isabeau Richard and her future son-in-law Guillaume Loret committed adultery. The minister Henricus Beck implemented church discipline as a result in 1707.

Verwysings:

De Villiers/Pama Heese/Lombard GC de Wet die Vryliede en Vryswartes in die Kaapse Nederesetting Verwysingsmateriaal, Boksburg biblioteek Verwysingsmateriaal, Springs LDS FHC biblioteek

Pierre Joubert ook genoem: Pierre Jaubert gebore ongeveer 1664, La Motte-d'Aigues, Frankryk, verw: a, beroep: Boer,(102) trou Isabeau Richard, gebore ongeveer 1669, Provence, Frankryk, sterf 1748. Pie rre sterf ?? Jun 1732. Arriveer in 1688 met die "Berg China" saam met sy vrou. In 1690 het hy geldelike bystand ontvang van die Bataafse Fonds, maar later was hy een van die grootste grondbesitters in die Drakensteingebied. Sy eerste plaas was Bellingkamp, toe Lormarins, La Motte, La Provence, La Roche en De Plaisante. Lg. was in die Land van Waveren en onbewerk toe hy dit gekry het. Hy en sy seun s het dit goed bewerk en met beeste daar geboer. In 1715 steel die Hottentotte al sy beeste.

His name is listed, and his signature can be seen, in the museum in Franschhoek, as among those Huguenots who arrived in 1688. This museum is adjacent to the very attractive monument dedicated to these intrepid and hardworking people, who left such an indelible mark on their country of adoption. a PIERRE JOUBERT , vanaf La Motte-d' Aigues in Provence, Frankryk * ca 1664 + 1732. Hy en sy vrou kom in 1688 aan boord die Berg China in die Kaap aan. Hy ontvang die plaas La Provence in Oliphantshoek (tans Franschhoek) in 1694. Die grondbrief is egter eers op 11.5.1712 uitgereik. Hy was 'n voorspoedige boer wat later ook die volgende plase besit het: De Plaisante (aan die Brederivier by Wolseley), L'Ormarins en Bellingham (te Drakenstein), La Roque, De Winterhoek en La Motte (te Oliphantshoek, die huidige Franschhoek), Montpellier (in die Land van Waveren (die huidige Tulbagh) asook Bartholomeusklip (by die Vier-en Twintigriviere naby die huidige Porterville). Hy het ook 'n huis en erf in Tafelvallei besit; x Europa, Isabeau RICHARDE, vanaf Provence, Frankryk, * 1667, + 7.10.1740. Na Pierre Joubert se dood het sy met die boerdery voortgegaan.

-------------------- Stamvader van die Joubert familie in Suid-Afrika, Arriveer met die boot "Berg China" wat Rotterdam op 20 Maart 1688 verlaat het en op 4 Augustus 1688 Tafelbaai bereik. Hy boer op verskeie plase, o.a. Lamotte (vernoem na sy geboorteplek) en Provence (vernoem na die provinsie vanwaar hy kom). Hy besit ook een van die eerste plase in die Tulbach-kom, nl. De Plaisa.

Net voor hy Rotterdam verlaat, trou hy met Susanne Reyne in die Waalse Kerk, Brielle op 1 Februarie 1688. Susanne sterf egter in transito op die Berg China voordat die skip Rotterdam verlaat het of tydens die boot se reis na die Kaap.

Hy trou toe net daarna met Isabeau Richard. Dit is interressant om te weet dat die name van Isabeau Richard en haar vorige eggenoot, Pierre Malan, se name ook verskyn op die skeepslys van die "Berg China", opgestel 23 November 1687, en daarom kan ons aflei dat die waarskynlikheid is dat Susanne Reyne (Pierre Joubert se 1ste vrou) en Pierre Malan (Isabeau se 1ste man) albei oorlede is voordat die Berg China in Tafelbaai aangekom het.

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1664
1664
La Motte-d'Aigues, Vaucluse, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France
1664
Provence, France
1688
February 1, 1688
Age 24
Brielle, Holland
March 20, 1688
- August 4, 1688
Age 24
Table Bay

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•Athonarde Marie1 Provence 64 - - - -

ANTHONARD, Marie, mother-in-law either of Jean MESNARD or of his wife, Louise CORBONNE, sailed with the MESNARDS in the China, from Rotterdam on 20th March, 1688, but it does not appear that she ever reached the Cape

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•Corbonne Louis2 Provence 20 - - - -
•Fracassé Matthieu3 Provence 26 - Agriculturist - -
•Furet Jean4 - 18 - - - -
•Goiraud Pierre4 - 30 - - Francoise Rousse (28)4 -
•Joubert Pierre Provence 24 After 1708 - (1) Susanne Reyne (20) died on voyage (2) Isabeau Richarde (20) -
•Jourdan (Jourdanne, Jordaan) Jean Cabrière-d'Aigues, Provence 28 Bef. 1699 -
•Jourdan Marie4 - 40 - Widow - Jeanne Roux (Rousse) (15)4, Marie Roux (Rousse) (10), *Marguerite Roux (Rousse) (7)6
•Jourdan Pierre7 Cabrière-d'Aigues 24 23 Aug 1723 - - -
•la Grange Pierre8 Provence 23 - - - -
•Madan Anthoine4 - 38 - - Elisabeth Verdette (23)4 Girl aged 10 months4
•Malan Pierre4 - 23 1688 - Isabeau Richarde -
•Marthe Jeanne9 - 60 - - - -
•Meinard/Mesnard (Minaar) Jean Provence 28 - - Louise Corbonne (30) Jeanne (10), *George (9), Jacques (8), Jean (7), Philippe (6), André (5 months)
•Pellanchon André10 Provence 15 - - - -
•Resue Susanne11 - 20 - - - -
•Richarde Isabeau Saint-Martin-de-la-Brasque 21 1748 - (1) Pierre Malan and (2) Pierre *Joubert in 1688 (on board) -
•Scaet Anthonie - 19 - - - -
•Verdeau Hercule12 Provence 16 - - - -
•Verdeau Jacques Provence 20 - - - -

March 20, 1688
Age 24
Rotterdam, Nederland
March 20, 1688
Age 24
Rotterdam, Nederland
March 20, 1688
Age 24
Provence, France
March 20, 1688
Age 24
Rotterdam, Nederland
March 28, 1688
Age 24
At sea on board "Berg China" captained by Samuel van Gnoll.
April 8, 1688
Age 24
Cape of Good Hope, South Africa