About Isaac de la Porte
Birthplace - France - only conjectured. Extrapolated from his father's profile - which, unfortunately has no sources. Needs to be validated [Sharon Doubell 2014]
Isaac de La Porte sold to Antoine Gandillaud, squire, sieur de Fontfroide and de Fontguyon, councilor of the king, president of the presidial of Angouleme, on 22 June 1646, by a deed of P. Gibauld, royal notary, the land and seigniory of The Vallade, consisting of houses, buildings, gardens, garenne, leases, lands, meadows, vineyards, noble and common estates, metalleries of La Vallade and Habit, agriers, cens, rentes, tithes, mills, Seigneurial and honorary duties of the churches of Douzac and Eschallat.
Isaac de La Porte married in second marriage Jacquette RAIMOND, widow of Raimond de Morel, squire, lord of Thiac and of the Vigier of Salles; He had no children; She proceeded, on April 18, 1629, with the proxy of her husband of June 20, 1628, passed before Joyeulx, notary royal.
He had lost his first wife before 1632, for on January 21 of this year he appeared in an act passed before Joyeulx, hereditary royal notary, as administrator of Louise, his minor daughter, to constitute his attorney (at the same time as Jacques de The Porte, squire, lord of Mirambeau, Reaumont, Champniers in part, etc.), Messire Jean de Morel, squire, lord of Thiac, du Vigier de Salles and Nanteuil in part, in order that he might receive from His Majesty's receivers The rent due to him, resulting from the sale of Brouage, and which had been awarded to him by an arbitration of January 2, 1610, and by the division of the rights of the estate of the late Jeanne de Pons, their aunt; He remained at the noble dwelling of La Bergerie, near Vouzant.
1639. J. Martin, royal notary at Angoulême Quittance by Jean Rambaud, sieur de La Rambaudrie, merchant of Châteauneuf, Jean de Livenne, squire, sieur de Laumont , Mérignac and other squares, residing in his noble house of the said Laumont , The parish of Bignac, of the sum of 3,000 livres owed by Charles d'Alloue, squire, sieur des Adjots and La Thibaudiere, as heir of the sieur des Adjots, his father, who was engaged for such a sum towards Izaac de la Porte , Squire, Sieur de Chatillon, Saint-Genis, La Vallade, and other places, under the bail of the said de Livenne, which had been seized in the hands of Jacques de Montalembert, squire, Sieur de Vaux. Inventory-summary of the departmental archives prior to 1790: Fleury.
Notes on the union Union with Louise de Pons : 1603, 22 June. Marriage contract of Izaac de La Porte, lord of Chastillon and LaVallade, natural and legitimate son of the late Pierre de La Porte, lord of the said places, and of Dame Jeanne de Livenne, dame de Saint-Genis and Vouzan, a part; And of Mademoiselle Louise de Pons, daughter of Messire Jacques de Pons, knight, ordinary gentleman of the royal chamber, lord and baron of Mirambeau, Courpignacen part and other places, and of late Marie de la Porte, lady of Chaniers and Chambon . The first with the advice of Jean de La Porte, squire, lord of Violle-Ville and de Beaucaire, his paternal uncle, Jean de La Porte, squire, sieur de La Vallade, his brother, Nicollasde Bonnefoy, lord of Bretauville , Ordinary gentleman of the chamber of the king and governor for his majesty of the town of Pons; Arnault de Piesmond, lord of Collombier and Neufvy, governor for the king of the town and castle of Angouleme; Claude des Vouziers, lord of Cheronnac and Congousac; Jean de la Garde, squire, Sieur de Nanteuil and the Deffans; Jean de Bonnefoy, squire, sieur de la Gorce and de Maumont; Abel Regnault, squire, Sieur de Sensernolle and Fonciron; Benjamin de Ramonnet, lord of the Courts, Poullignac and the Repaire; Jean de Mergey, squire, sieur de Reaulieu and Chastillars; Jean de Saint-Genis, squire, sieur du Puy and Labonnats, and Pierre de la Porte, squire, sieur de la Rouilliere, all relatives or allies of the said sieur de Chastillon; And the lady of Pons with the authority of the lord de Mirambeau, her father; Madeleine de Cout, dowager of Rioux, Courpignac and other places, maternal grandmother of the said Louise; And by the advice of Messire Charles Poussard, chevalier, ordinary gentleman of the royal chamber, lord du Fors, Bazoge, Grip, Le Vigean, and other places; Messire Jacques de Beaumont, knight, ordinary gentleman of the royal chamber, lord of Kioux and Beaumont in part, uncles by marriage; Louis Poussard, Baron du Vigean, his first cousin; And Jeanne d'Aubeterre, Lady of Mirambeau, Louise de Pons, Lady of Ussan, Ester de Pons, Lady of Fors and Vigean, Joan of La Porte, Dame de Rioux, aunt of the proletariat; Claude Marain, squire, sieur de la Vigerie, de Consac. The spouses are of the Reformed Church. Louis de Pons brings the rights of his mother to the lands of Chapniers, Chambon and others, provinces of Poitou, Angoumois or Perigord; His father also gave him 18,000 livres. His mother had made a will on the 18th of March, 1599, received Rousseau, a royal notary, and given 4,000 livres to his other daughters Marie, Esther, and Henriette. The lord of Mirambeau, in order to restore equality, gave by precipitation 3,000 livres to Louis over the 6,000 livres he had reserved for himself to dispose of. The lady of Rioux gives her 6,000 livres to be taken from the seigniory of Courpignac. 2,000 livres will return to the community. Annuities will be constituted at the 20th. In the event of her husband's predecease, Louise will have a dower and will be lodged and accommodated, either at Chastillon or at La Vallade. And as, by the marriage of Gabriel de Saint-Georges, chevalier, lord of Verac, Baron de Cou6, with Madeleine de Pons, daughter of the sire de Mirambeau, this nobleman abandoned to them the enjoyment of the chateaux and chateltenies of Chaniers and Chambon, during his lifetime, the future will enjoy their share only at the death of their author. In compensation, he promises to pay 300 pounds of rent to be taken from the rent owed by the king on account of the transport made to his majesty of the chatelenie of Hiers and the town of Brouage. In the presence of Jean Thomas, jufe seneschal, and Jean Jarrofoy, attorney-at-law. Follow signatures. Deschamps, royal notary. Vidimus on 31 December 1684 on a large original represented by Henri de La Porte, knight, lord of Beaumont, Cravans and other places, residing at Gravans. Historical Archives of Saintonge and Aunis, Volume 21 p 406
Union with Jacquette de Raymond - INGESTUUR Ds.. MG Muller
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