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Michael Dunnell (b. - 1717)

Michael, perhaps a French Huguenot refugee, came to Topsfield, Mass. before revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685. Michael m. Mary (Reed?). He was a large landowner. Around 1660 he settled on the f...

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Peter (Pierre) Shumway, Sr. MP (c.1635 - 1695)

from www.shumway.org, The Shumway Root Cellar According to family tradition, Peter I "the soldier" came from France. He was probably a Huguenot. In the period leading up to the Revocation of the Edic...

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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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Baptist Smedley MP (1609 - 1675)

Indentured servant to Rev Peter Bulkey 1636 England to New England. Huguenot descent. Shattuck's Concord reports the following about the Smeadly family: "Two brothers came to Concord before 1639. B...

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George Bunker, of Topsfield MP (1621 - 1658)

From Who Are the Parents of George Bunker? by Michelle Boyd: It was once believed that George Bunker of Topsfield was the son of Guillaume Boncoeur (born 1600), son of Guillaume Boncoeur (born 1580...

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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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James "Jacques" Pineo MP (1667 - 1747)

Sources Pineo, Andrew R. The First Four Generations of the Pinneo/Pineo Family: Being the descendants of James Pinneo (Jacques Pineau). (Seabrook, New Hampshire: Andrew R. Pineo, 1995), 1. Jame...

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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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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 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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Philip English, Escaped Salem Witch MP (1651 - 1736)

hilip English, the most successful merchant in Salem Town, emigrated from Isle of Jersey as Philippe D'Anglois in 1670. He rose out of obscurity to become the largest entrepreneur and ship owner in Sal...

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Hester "Walloon" Cooke MP (c.1582 - 1666)

Hester Mahieu was born between 1582-1588 at Prob Canterbury, England and died after 8 June 1666 at Plymouth Plantation. She was the daughter of Jacques Mahieu and Jenne (?). Married: on 20 July 160...

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George Lanphere MP (c.1638 - 1731)

Sharon Fehr: from email dated May 12, 2008 GOOGLE "Eve of St. Bartholomew Massacre." Page 6 PETER BUTTON[7] married MARY LANPHEAR [7] Her father was GEORGE LANPHEAR [6], many spellings, proba...

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Captain Edmund Greenleaf MP (1574 - 1671)

The Greenleaf family were originally Huguenots, who left France on account of religious persecutions and settled in England some time in the sixteenth century. Edmund settled in Newbury early in 1635. ...

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Charles Ferry MP (1636 - 1699)

Artemus Harmon book pg. 159, History of Springfield Vol II Town Records: Charles Ferre, son of Sir John of England, a descendent of the Duke of Lorraine, 1205, also a descendent of a Protestant Ref...

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Pierre Tourgee, Fils MP (1689 - 1768)

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Ann Tourgee (1670 - d.)

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Pierre Tourgee, Père MP (1665 - d.)

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Charles Berton (deceased)

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Marguerite Berthon de Marigny (deceased)

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Pierre Berthon de Marigny MP (deceased)

The province of Poitou sent many excellent Huguenot families to America. From Chatel- lerault, an important town, which lost by the flight of the Protestant inhabitants more than a tenth part of its po...

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Paul Revere MP (1734 - 1818)

Paul Revere was an American silversmith and a patriot in the American Revolution ( DAR ancestor #A095546 ) He was celebrated after his death for his role as a messenger in the battles of Lexington an...

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Revernd Jacques de Gylett MP (c.1548 - 1600)

Jacques de Gylet Jacques de Gyle 1549-1600 ..... The ancestor of the Connecticut Gillett family. "The GILLETT family has been in America since 1630, ten years after the landing of the Mayfl...

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Jeremiah Gillett MP (c.1650 - 1701)

Like his father, very little is known of Jeremiah Gillet in his early years. He was born about 1650 which might have even been in England. He also could have married in England as no record was recor...

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