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Marie Farrasteau (b. - 1789)

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Anthony Gabeau MP (1756 - 1829)

Antoine (or Anthony) Gabeau was born in 1756 in France and emigrated to the Carolinas in 1764, at the age of seven. He was the son of Pierre Gabeau and wife Marie Farrasteau. He married Elizabeth Henle...

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Francoise Sacbouille MP (c.1731 - d.)

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Corlas Bordejeau MP (c.1731 - d.)

Corlas (or Colas) Bordejeau was born in France and emigrated to South Carolina in 1764, bound for the Abbeville Huguenot colony. He married Francoise Sacbouille in France and had four children. His des...

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Nicholas Basson (c.1746 - c.1780)

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Elizabeth Gregorie (c.1731 - d.)

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Maj. Matthew Beraud (c.1729 - d.)

The New Bordeaux Militia was formed shortly after the arrival of the Huguenot colonists in 1764 to protect the colony from possible Cherokee attacks. The original commander was Daniel Due, but he was s...

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Gideon Faucheraud (b. - 1756)

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Francis Bayle (c.1739 - d.)

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Maria Sayral MP (c.1709 - d.)

The widow Maria Sayral journeyed from France in 1763 to South Carolina, as part of the Huguenot colony New Bordeaux. She was accompanied by daughter Cecille Bayle, age 22, son Francis, age 24 and son P...

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Cecille Bayle MP (c.1741 - d.)

Cecille Bayle was the daughter of Jean Bayle and wife Maria Sayral. She was born in c.1741 in France and came to South Carolina as a Huguenot refugee. She married Pierre Moragne and had five known chil...

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Pierre Moragne (1740 - 1816)

Pierre ("Peter") Moragne was b. 16 Nov 1740 in Southern France and came to America when he was 24 years old. His first wife died while the Huguenots were in England; and, on 16 July 1765, he married Ce...

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Pierre Roquemore (deceased)

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Andre Guillebeau MP (1739 - 1814)

Inscription on grave reads - American Revolution Patriot sacred of the Huguenots immigration Andre' Guillebeau, who died 1814. Age 75 years (born 1739). From near Bordeaux France was one of a group und...

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Jean Bouchillon (1799 - 1880)

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Susanne Gillebeau (1776 - 1814)

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Joseph James Bouchillon (1777 - 1802)

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Jean Bouchillon (c.1745 - 1789)

On July 18, 1764, in the Council Hall of Charleston, South Carolina, Jean Bouchillon made his oath of allegiance to the English Crown. In return, he received his individual land grant for the new town ...

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Marie Majinette (c.1739 - 1763)

Marie died in England while awaiting the ship to take her family to New Bordeaux.

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Joseph Bouchillon (1729 - 1799)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for SOUTH CAROLINA with the rank of CAPTAIN. DAR Ancestor # A012490 On July 18, 1764, in the Council Hall of Charleston, South Carolina, Joseph Bouchillon made hi...

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Lucy Gibert (1863 - 1943)

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Leilah Baskin Evans (1860 - 1920)

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Anne Harriet Gibert (1857 - 1934)

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William Thompson B Gibert (1853 - 1854)

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Eliza Caroline Gibert (1851 - 1854)

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Sarah Pettigrew Pettigrew Evans (1847 - 1902)

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Margaret Elizabeth Gibert (1841 - 1915)

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James Finley Finley Gibert (1808 - 1883)

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Lucy Kennedy (1785 - 1864)

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Harriet Hillhouse (1788 - 1868)

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Stephen Bienaime Gibert (1778 - 1822)

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Marie Gibert (deceased)

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Pierre Gibert, II (1728 - d.)

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Anne Beraud (c.1826 - d.)

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Rev. Pierre Boutiton (1713 - d.)

"Pastor" Pierre Boutiton sailed aboard the Friendship from France to South Carolina with brother Jacques, Jacques' wife Margaretta Teyssandieu, and their son Pierre.

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Jacques Boutiton (1709 - d.)

Pettigru family lore says that Jacques returned to France.

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Pierre Boutiton (1743 - d.)

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Margaret Teyssandieu (1709 - d.)

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Elizabeth Bienaime (1760 - 1818)

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Pierre Gibert, III (1755 - 1815)

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Jeanne Isabeau "Elizabeth" Boutiton (1727 - d.)

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Rev. Jean Louis Gibert MP (1722 - 1773)

Jean Louis Gibert was born 29 June 1722, died August 1773; emigrated from Lunes, Languedoc, France, to Charleston, S.C., in April 1764; minister; Gilbert led 200 Huguenot followers to South Carolina to...

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