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Thomas Lanphear MP (1520 - 1572)

George Lanphere of Rhode Island was a grandson of Huguenots [Huguenot = a French Protestant of the 1500 and 1600s, believed Calvinist or Reformed theology]. His grandfather THOMAS LANPHEAR [4] fled Fra...

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Paulus Balliet (1716 - 1777)

Fled France due to persecution of Huguenots( French Protestants).Came to Pennsylvania Credited with founding Ballietsville. Ran a hotel/tavern. Founded the First Line of Balliets in the US.

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Michael Le Tonnelier, Sr. (1470 - d.)

The Le Tonnelier/Küfer/Kieffer/Cooper/Keifer /Keefer History: In the 11th century (1001-1100AD) the French began to first use last names/surnames/family names, but surnames didn't become commo...

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Rev. John "Ten Shilling Bell" Chastain MP (1743 - 1805)

Reverand John Chastain, b.1743, Goochland County VA, who married Mary O'Bryan. This John's father was Pierre Chastain, Jr. and Mildred Archer. Pierre was the son of the emigrant, Pierre Chastain....

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Pierre Chastain, Jr. MP (c.1707 - c.1776)

Pierre "Peter" Chastain, Jr. Birth: 1707 in Manakin, Goochland Co., Virginia 1 Death: Abt 1775 in Buckingham Co., Virginia 2 1 Father: Pierre "Peter" CHASTAIN b: 1663 in Chaost, Province of Ber...

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Dr. Francis Guiteau (1825 - 1872)

Find a Grave Birth: Mar. 24, 1825 Trenton Oneida County New York, USA Death: Aug. 9, 1872 Dr. Francis Guiteau Jr. descends from a French Huguenot family, settled in Deerfield and began practice...

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Reynier "Rene" Piatt MP (c.1640 - 1705)

Additional Curator's Notes: Reynier (or Rene) Piatt was French Huguenot silkweaver from the Dauphine region of France. To escape religious persecution, he changed his name several times, fled to Holl...

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Suzanne Robert (deceased)

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Daniel Robert MP (deceased)

Daniel Robert was a Huguenot refugee to Martinique; Daniel Robert (I) later moved to New Rochelle, and in 1703 is listed as a principal inhabitant of New York City; he married Suzanne Latour, who after...

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Christopher Robert MP (c.1708 - 1793)

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Dr. Daniel Robert (1746 - 1804)

About the Robert family: Long Island Genealogy: Dr. Daniel Robert, 1746-1804 "Doctor's Point" Mastic, Long Island, NY "The colorful Doctor Robert was born in New York City on January 27, 17...

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Antoine de Castelpers de Panat (b. - 1616)

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René Martineau (1516 - 1573)

Etudes à Paris dans un collège de la faculté des arts (collèges secondaire de l'Université) , puis en Italie, à l'université de Bologne où il obt...

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Capt. Henri Marius Brunet de Rochebrune MP (1695 - 1732)

De Rochebrunesteeg die naast het pand nr. 10 uitkomt in de Grote Kerkstraat, is genoemd naar Henri Martin Brunet de Rochebrune (1697-1732), kapitein van het lijfregiment van de stadhouder, die enige ti...

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Frederic Baudouin de la Bruchardière (1645 - 1684)

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Col. Paul Brunet de Rochebrune MP (1656 - 1733)

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Thibaud Tonnelier (1540 - d.)

Thibaud Le Tonnelier was a native of Paris, France. He became a Huguenot and was forced to leave France. In 1563 he moved to Kettenheim, Germany in the Pfalz and at Alsace he changed his name to Theo...

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Gabriel Bernon MP (1644 - 1736)

From: Find A Grave Memorial # 19231732; Birth:  Apr. 6, 1644, France Death:  Feb. 1, 1736 in Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, USA Parents: Andre Bernon Suzanne G...

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Hester Batchelder MP (1591 - 1631)

Christening: 23 May 1591 St. Anglois, South Hampton, Hampshire, England Also record seen as: He married first Hester Merce, daughter of Jean and Jeanne (leClerc) Mercer, or Mercier. She was baptize...

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Gabriel Baubeau, Pere MP (1629 - c.1704)

Gabriel Baubeau was a French Huguenot living in St. Sauvant, France. His name appeared, in 1681, on a list of those sentenced to death for their religion. Also on this list were his wife Catherine Riva...

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Paul Parrian de Durrett (c.1683 - d.)

See "Virginia Genealogist," v.15, p. 3-9 1 Marriage 1 Antonia ? (DURRETT) b: WFT Est. 1677-1705 Married: WFT Est. 1710-1746 1 Children John DURRETT b: 1773 Richard DURRETT b: WFT Est. 1700-17...

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Marianne Le Serrurier MP (1675 - 1732)

Marianne le Serurier was the daughter of Jacques le Serurier and wife Elizabeth Leger She was born in Saint-Quentin, Aisne, Picardy France on October 4, 1675 and emigrated to London with her family, an...

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Isaac Mazyck MP (1661 - 1735)

Isaac Mazyck was a French Huguenot who left France soon after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. He traveled through Amsterdam to London, and from there to the Carolinas, arriving in Charles Town i...

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Marguerite DeVeaux (c.1665 - 1745)

Marguerite de Bourdeaux was born c.1665 in Grenoble, The Dauphine, France. She was the daughter of Jacques de Bourdeaux and wife Madeleine Garillond. She came to South Carolina about 1685 with her fami...

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Madeleine Garillond (c.1648 - c.1700)

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Catherine du Fresne MP (c.1600 - c.1670)

Catherine du Fresne was the daughter of Alexandre du Fresne and Catherine de Torcy. She was born in Grenoble, France c.1600. She married Evremond Purcell de Bourdeaux. They emigrated to England, where ...

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Evremond Purcell de Bourdeaux MP (c.1600 - c.1663)

Evermond Purcell de Bourdeaux was the son of Pierre Purcell de Bourdeaux and wife Marie du Bois. He was born between 1590 - 1610 in Grenoble, the Dauphine, France, and died after 1680 in Canterbury, Co...

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Jacques de Bourdeaux, "the Immigrant" MP (c.1650 - 1699)

Jacques de Bourdeaux was the son of Evremond Purcell de Bordeaux and wife Catherine du Fresne. He was born c. 1650 in Grenoble, the Dauphine, France. He was a blacksmith by trade. He died c.1699 in Ora...

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Daniel de la Rive (1609 - c.1650)

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Charles Bonnet MP (1720 - 1793)

Charles Bonnet (March 13, 1720 – May 20, 1793), Swiss naturalist and philosophical writer, was born at Geneva, of a French family driven into Switzerland by the religious persecution in the 16th...

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Claude de Saussure MP (1543 - d.)

Claude de Saussure was the son of Antoine de Saussure, early Huguenot, and wife Antoinette d'Augy. He was born in Lorraine, France in December, 1543. He married Anne de Pierre in 1566. Anne was the dau...

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Jean de Saussure, seigneur de Dommartin MP (1551 - 1637)

Jean de Saussure was the second son of Antoine de Saussure and wife Antoinette d'Augy. He was born early in the family's flight from Lorraine, probably in 1551. He married Catherine de Veillet de Scrim...

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Antoinette d'Augy, dame de Sorcy MP (c.1520 - d.)

Antoinette d'Augy was born c.1520 in Lorraine, France. She married Antoine de Saussures c.1538. She had six children before fleeing France due to Huguenot persecution, the seventh while fleeing, and th...

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Francoise de Saussure MP (c.1543 - 1568)

Francoise de Saussure was the daughter of Antoine de Saussure, early Huguenot, and his wife Antoinette d'Augy. She was most likely born in Lorraine, France, at one of her father's estates. Her date of ...

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Antoine de Saussure MP (1514 - 1569)

Antoine de Saussure was born in 1525 to Mongin Chouel de Saulxures and wife Catherine Warin de Clemary. He was one of eleven children, but his name is the only one that has survived. He was most likely...

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Samuel du Pont (1708 - 1775)

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Pierre Samuel du Pont MP (1739 - 1817)

Pierre Samuel du Pont (de Nemours was later added to his name) was born in Paris in 1739, the only son of Samuel (a watchmaker) and Anne Alexandrine de Montchanin du Pont. At his mother’s insist...

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Louis Raoul (c.1775 - d.)

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Colonel Isaac Barré MP (1726 - 1802)

Colonel Isaac Barré Irish soldier and politician. He earned distinction serving with the British army during the Seven Years' War, and later became a prominent Member of Parliament where he be...

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Benjamin Constant MP (1767 - 1830)

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Gabriel Béranger (1731 - 1817)

BERANGER, GABRIEL ( 2 marriages first marriage to his cousin Louise Beranger) Memoir of Gabriel Beranger Artist, was born in Rotterdam 5 May 1731 , and was descended from one of the Hugueno...

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Hendrick "Old Henry" Francisco MP (1686 - 1820)

Hendrick Francisco , born 1686, died 1820 American Revolutionary War service with the Green Mountain Boys; DAR Ancestor #: A041636 , Pension *S44864

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Lydia Laurens (1706 - d.)

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James Laurent (1693 - d.)

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Jeanne LaForest (1699 - d.)

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Auguste Laurens (1700 - d.)

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André Laurent (c.1667 - c.1715)

Not much is known about Jean Laurent (1643-1681) and his wife, Elizabeth Manigault (1647-1700) except that they were from France. Only one son is known, and his name was Andre. Andre Laurent (1667-1715...

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Marie Laurent (c.1669 - 1716)

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Carbonne D'Illard, Jr. (c.1565 - d.)

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David Digues des Rompieres La Touche (1671 - 1745)

David Digues des Rompieres La Touche David Digues des Rompieres De La Touche was born in 1671 and educated in a strictly Protestant manner. While in Holland, he secured a commission with Colonel La C...

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Edward Leavell (c.1685 - 1749)

Children of ? LAVELLE are: 2.....i.....JOHN LAVELLE, b. 1675; d. 1740. 3.....ii.....EDWARD LEAVELL, b. 1685; d. July 1749, St. George's Parish, King and Queen County, Virginia, USA. Notes ...

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Jean Lea Valle (1665 - 1740)

from LaVelle Family History - laVelle Vineyards The LaVelle Family History It is believed that four Huguenot Leavell brothers fled France in the late 1600's, lived for a time in England, and that...

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Count Jean de Cessna MP (1665 - 1751)

Note: Many Cessna family researchers believe that Jean (1) came to America in 1718 and some believe he never left Ireland. Early Pennsylvania and Huguenot histories and biographies all say Jean (1) cam...

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John 'Nolichucky Jack' Sevier, 1st Gov. of Tennessee MP (1745 - 1815)

John Sevier (September 23, 1745–September 24, 1815) was an American soldier, frontiersman and politician, and one of the founding fathers of the State of Tennessee. He played a leading role, bot...

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Louis Manierre, I MP (1757 - 1794)

Louis Manierre has been said to have served under French General Lafayette (1757-1833, aka Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de La Fayette) in the American Revolution. Lafayette was among the French leaders t...

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Huguenot France Tonnelier(Keffer) (deceased)

Abraham and Casper From Paris 1685 to Zweibrucken Tonnelier(Keffer) (Huguenot refugees)

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Marie de Forest MP (1576 - 1622)

French Huguenot --------------------4443. Maria du Cloux b. 1580 (Avesnes/) Sedan, Meuse, France d. 1676 Leyden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands Family: (4442) Jesse De Forest i. Marie de Forest c. 7 J...

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Jean Fiere La Verree (1624 - d.)

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Daniel Ferree MP (1646 - 1708)

A French Huguenot, and a wealthy silk manufacturer. They lived in Landau, France, along the Rhine River, and to this union were born six children. Catherine, the second child, was later to marry Isaac ...

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Rev. John Mariner MP (c.1644 - 1717)

Past and current members have joined the Huguenot Society of America by right of descent from the following Huguenot ancestors who qualify under the constitution of the Society: Mariner, Rev. John. "...

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John Mariner MP (c.1685 - 1748)

parents: Rev. John Mariner (LaMariner) father of John Mariner of Cape Elizabeth, Maine, by his 1st wife, Elizabeth. who was the father of Rachel Mariner (child born the day before her mother died);...

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Daniel 'The Huguenot' Perrine MP (c.1642 - 1719)

A. Daniel Perrine, aka “The Huguenot” (1642- post-9/6/1719) b. Isle of Jersey, Channel Is., France, d. Staten Is., Richmond Co., NY. One of 18 servants who came on ship “Philip...

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Marie Thérèse de Montullé de Chévresie (b. - c.1781)

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Louis Alexandre de Milly (c.1703 - 1741)

1726 : Komst naar de Republiek 1727 : gingen over tot de protestantse godsdienst 1730 01 22 : Den Haag - Protestants hertrouwd.

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John Ferree (1685 - 1769)

né vers 1685? JOHN3 FERREE (DANIEL2, JEAN1 LA VERREE) was born Bet. 1685 - 1688 in Lyon, France, and died September 1769 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania6. He married (1) MARY ELIZABETH MUSGR...

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Johann Christian Merkel (1678 - 1766)

he married (1) Jemima WEURTZEN, married in Amsterdam, Holland, b. ?, d. ? (3) Eva KELCHNER, b. ?, d. ?. Johann Christian Merkel fled to Amsterdam, Holland from Alsace-Lorraine section of Merzig on...

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Gabrielle Flournoy (1552 - 1601)

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Laurent Flournoy (c.1530 - 1593)

Laurent Flournoy was a French Huguenot and he fled from Champagne to Geneva, Switzerland after the Duke of Guise led the protestant massacre at Vassey in 1562. The Flournoy ancestral estate was locat...

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Magdalene Verrueil / Flournoy (1663 - 1703)

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Pierre Jacques Cresson MP (1610 - 1679)

Married june 5, 1630 sedan picardie, france one possible place of birfth: Delft, So. Holland, Holland, Netherlands in America in 1657 from Menil La Cresson, Abbeville, Picardy, France. Name of ship i...

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Jacques (Jacob) de Cossart (1595 - 1681)

He and his wife moved to Amsterdam and later to Leyden, Holland. Source: Jacques Cossart , /familypedia... ; Jacques Cossart, born 1595, is the first known ancestor of the American branch of this n...

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Daniel d'Estrang MP (1650 - c.1710)

Daniel Strang was a French Huguenot (Huguenots were members of the Protestant Reformed Church of France)--------------------Husband of Charlotte Maistre — married August 21, 1680 in Orleans, Loi...

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Robert Brasseur, Sr. MP (c.1584 - c.1665)

NOTE : Robert Brasseur was disconnected from suggested parents Allemand Brassier de Jocas and Madeleine de Cheylus, on August 1, 2014. Many online 'sources' (other genealogy websites) ascert this filia...

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Jean Hasbrouck (1624 - 1674)

wikipedia Jean Hasbrouck House'..... - Build by one of Jean's descendants in 1721 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jean Hasbrouck House U.S. National Register of Historic Places U.S. National Hi...

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Estienne (Etienne) Cheneau MP (1675 - 1750)

The date and location of the birth of Estienne Cheneau have not been positively determined, but some assumptions can be made from information that is known about him. He is listed on the manifest of th...

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Colonel William Fitzhugh MP (1651 - 1701)

"William (The Immigrant) Fitzhugh came to America about 1674 (or 1670 depending on who you believe). He was well educated, a shrewd businessman, a lawyer, and was religious. His church was the establis...

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Nicholas Hayward, Jr. MP (1639 - 1698)

In the 1650s Nicholas Hayward was a merchant and a notary public in London who had dealings with Nathaniel Pope, for which Samuel was agent or representative in some capacities. According to the...

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John Vinton (1620 - 1664)

John VINTON1 was born 1620 in Taunton, Hampshire, England1, and died August 03, 1664 in New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut Said in the Vinton Memorial (1858) by John Adams Vinton to be probably...

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Robert DePriest (c.1665 - c.1710)

French Huguenot Robert DePress / DePriest born - France died - ca. 1710 Manakin, Goochland Co. Virginia

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Moses Du Puy, Sr. (1660 - c.1754)

New Amsterdam Immigrant Moyse DuPuy (DuPuis) The name of Moses DEPUIS is included on a list of persons who took the oath of allegiance at Ulster County, N.Y., 1 September 1687. Leroy Beck DeP...

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Jean Dupuis (1657 - c.1732)

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Catherine DuPuy (c.1656 - d.)

New Amsterdam Immigrant Catherine DuPuy

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Jean-Baptiste Shuemake MP (1664 - 1728)

Ben notes: A lot of passages from the book "The Shumate Line of Descent and Migration from Fauquier Co., Virginia, to Pittsylvania and Henry Counties, Virginia and Rockingham and Wilkes Counties, North...

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John Paddock MP (1550 - 1603)

John Paddock (Jean Paddoc) fled to England from France "for religious as well as political reasons" in 1580. He then emigrated to Ireland and settled in Stevenstown Co. Dublin in 1580. He also owned la...

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John Lanier, "the Emigrant" MP (1631 - 1719)

John Lanier was born about October, 1631 in Lewisham. He married Lucreece (BASSANO) (SIC: name of wife unknown) before leaving England for Virginia where they are mentioned in Charles City records in 1...

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John Lanier, Jr. MP (1655 - 1719)

John Lanier, Jr. was born in 1655 in England and brought to Virginia by his parent sin 1756. He married in Charles City County in 1677, He lived all his life in what is now Prince George County and die...

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Vincent Runyon (Rongnion) MP (1645 - 1713)

Vincent Rongnion Birth: 1645 in Poitou, France Death: NOV 1713 in Piscataway, New Jersey Note: Vincent Rongnion was born in 1645 in or near the city of Poitiers, in the Province of Ancienne Poi...

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Henry Mershon, II (c.1672 - 1738)

from Henry was a weaver. He was a Huguenot who emigrated with his father around 1685 in order to escape religious persecution. A strong tradition, described in "My Folks" says that Henry was left a...

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Henri La Marchand (Mershon) (1648 - 1685)

Henri La Marchand (translated into English Henry Mershon) was a French nobleman who moved his family from Normandy, France in 1685 to Maidenhead, Hunterdon County, NJ (USA) to escape the Huguenot upris...

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Pierre Janse Jan Monfort (1616 - 1661)

Probably christened at St Anthonies. Died in the Wallabout region of Brooklyn, New York. New Amsterdam immigrant , Traveled onboard the ship 'De Eendracht' which departed in January 1625 for New ...

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Margaret Clark Dumont MP (c.1638 - c.1709)

New Amsterdam - Immigrants Margaret Clark Dumont / Du Mont Margaret Clark Du Mont descendants of Pierre (Nué, Nuee) Noe religion = Huguenot. Her family were from Commines, France. Sh...

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Gershom Lascelle MP (1519 - c.1550)

"Huguenots who came to England in 1560" -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- About 1565 Meriba, daughter of Gershom and Meriba Lascelle, early French H...

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Thomas Jordan, Jr. MP (deceased)

The Jordans (also possibly spelled Jaudon) probably came from France into England. The were Huguenots associated with the Reform Movement.

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Sarah Regnaut MP (c.1648 - 1688)

Pierre (Peter) Reynaud probably went to England between 1685 and 1687 with his brothers Louis and Benjamin. His wife Sarah and their children probably joined him in the spring of 1688, having left Fran...

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Valentine "The Huguenot" Sevier MP (c.1678 - d.)

Valentine Xavier was born in 1678 in Navarre, France. Because of the political persicution at this in France he Immigrated to England and changed his last name to Sevier and became a Protestant. He met...

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Col. Valentine "The Immigrant" Sevier MP (1702 - 1803)

Valentine "The Immigrant" Sevier, was born in London, England Februay 1st, 1702. He and his brother William migrated to the United States in 1740 looking for adventure and the things America had to off...

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Benjamin de Reynaud MP (c.1631 - 1712)

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General Louis de Reynaud MP (c.1600 - 1665)

Most of the Reno/Reneau family in America can be traced to Louis de Reynaud, a Huguenot and native of Angoumois in the Bordeaux region of France. He entered the military service of the Duc de Crequy wh...

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Bourgon Broucard MP (1645 - 1720)

Bourgon Broucard was born at Burgundy, France, in 1645, and, in 1665, married Catharine Le Febre, also a native of France. They emigrated from France to Mannheim, then the seat of the Rheinland Palatin...

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Jessé DeForest MP (1576 - 1624)

******************* [The following was downloaded from Wikipedia in 2010] Jessé de Forest (1576 – October 22, 1624) was the leader of a group of Walloon Huguenots who fled Europe du...

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