Philippe Antoni du Trieux

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Philippe Antoni du Trieux

Also Known As: "Philippe Du Trieux", "du truy", "de trieux"
Birthdate: (67)
Birthplace: Roubaix, Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
Death: Died in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands
Place of Burial: New Amsterdam, New Netherlands
Immediate Family:

Son of Philippe or Jean du Trieux; Philippe (or Jean) du Trieux; Jacqueminte du Trieux and Jacqueminte du Trieux
Husband of Jaquemyne Noirett and Susanna du Chesne
Father of Philippe du Trieux, Jr (Infant); Marie Phillippese du Trieux; Philippe Du Trieux, III; Madeleine Philippe du Trieux, (Infant); Jan Du Trieux and 9 others

Occupation: Court Messenger, WENT TO AMERICA 1624 NEW NETHERLAND, Dyer/Cloth Worker, also called Truax, Dyer, Albany Court Messenger (Sheriff), Court Messenger to Governor Kieft
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About Philippe Antoni du Trieux

"du Trieux" pronounced "du treoo". Philppe du Trieux was appointed "Court messenger" (sheriff) at New Amsterdam by Gov. Kieft

He was a French Huguenot, who emigrated to New Netherlands through Amsterdam onboard the ship 'Nieuw Netherland' which departed from Amsterdam, Holland on March 30, 1624. He was among the company of Walloons who came in that year under the leadership of Jesse de Forest.

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Birth: 1586 - Roubaix, Dept. du Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France Death: Sep 8 1653 - New Amsterdam, New York

Parents: Phillipe Trieux, Jacqueline Du Trieux

Wife: Jaquemyne Noirett, Susanna du Trieux

Children: Phillipe du Trieux Jr, Madeleine du Trieux (Infant), Maria du Trieux, Susanna Wendel, Sara du Trieux, Phillipe du Trieux Jr (infant), Rebecca Du Trieux, Rachel Du Trieux, Gerome du Trieux (Infant), Abraham du Trieux, Issac du Trieux and Jacob du Trieux


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Goshen Daily Democrat - Goshen, Indiana - July 29 1910 NewspaperARCHIVE.com Text: "..., it is supposed was the Philip Du Trieux, court messenger at New Amsterdam. Truax Is the modern version of this name. Evert and Susanna had eight children, Thomas, Elsje, Johannes, Die-wertje (who died early..." Date: July 29 1910 Publication: Goshen, Indiana, United States of America


   It is reported that the family came to America in 1624, but that date may not be correct. Philippe was appointed "Court messenger at New Amsterdam" by Gov. Kieft upon the Gov's arrival at Manhattan in 1638. Referred to as Court Messenger "Philip de Truy". Philippe seems to have been killed by Indians, probably along with his son. He had sold a house and lot in town - in Manhattan, near today's South St. Seaport - but I haven't found any reference to another house. Certainly his work as court messenger (sheriff) had him travel to all inhabited parts of New Netherland, so he would have known the whole
   territory of the colony very well.
   Official records show the almost constant strife between the settlers and the Indians, without recording all the names of those murdered, although some are identified. These page includes many notes on the times, as well as specific records for Philippe.
   Some historical notes:
   In 1643, Indians destroyed all bouweries but 3 on Manhattan and 2 on Staten Island, and killed people and cattle. In 1652, 4 persons on Manhattan were murdered by Indians; in 1653, 3 were murdered on Staten Island. "In 1655, Indians set fire to all
   the bouweries on the Manhattans around New Amsterdam, and afterwards on Staten Island, and killed all that didn't escape. In less than 3 days, 40+ colonists were killed and about 100 women and children were taken prisoner. Bouweries and some plantations were burnt." There is a "Remonstrance 31 Oct 1655 of the Dir General & Council of New Netherlands to the States General exposing the bad conduct of the barbarous Indians towards the Dutch" which reports many incidents. For a time, individuals were forbidden from wandering outside the settlements; those killed almost being blamed for their own deaths, as the situation was so hostile. So traveling or doing a bit of scouting for promising new land was very risky in these years.
   source: Newsletter of descendants' association, article by Ronald S. Taylor.
   Philippe de Trieux became engaged to Jacquemyne Noiret on 11 Apr 1615 and they married 10 May 1615. She was from Lisle, according to the marriage register of the Walloon church in Amsterdam. Philippe, age 27, had lived on the "Wale pad" or Walloon Avenue for 3/4 of a year, and was a bachelor. Jacquemyne, born at Ryssel, age 22, had lived on the Wale pad for 12 years. Their son Philippe was baptized 3 Jan 1616 with Arnoult Noiret (her father) and Jaspar du Trieux (of whom there is no other record) present. There is also record of "Jacquemyne, widow of Philippe du Trieux" transferring in 1601 from the Walloon Church of Norwich to that of Leyden. Daughter Marye was baptized in Amsterdam 5 Apr 1617. The family was received into the Leyden church in Oct 1617, then went back to Amsterdam in Dec 1617. The 2nd son named Philippe was baptized in Amsterdam 10 Feb 1619; daughter Madeleine was baptized in Amsterdam 9 Feb 1620. Philippe became engaged to Susanna on 17 Jul 1621 and they married in Amsterdam 30 Aug 1621. Philippe's 5th child, Gerome, was baptized 20 Oct 1623 at the Walloon Church of Amsterdam. The family left for New Netherlands by ship on 30 Mar 1624 and arrived May or June 1624.
   source: "The Monmouth County Branch of the Truax/Truex Family"
   "He was a dresser of plush or mock velvet, and a Walloon ... From the records of the Walloon church at Leyden, Holland, we find that on 15 Aug 1617, Philippe and Jaquemyne became members. This church had been established by... French speaking Protestants who in the 16th century were driven by religious persecution from their homes...." quoting the Archives of Amsterdam: "On 17 Jul 1621 appeared before the Commissaries of matters concerning marriages, Philippe Dutrieux of Roby aged 34 and living in the Runtstreat, worsted dyer, w
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Philippe Antoni du Trieux's Timeline

1586
July 18, 1586
Roubaix, Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
1616
January 3, 1616
Age 29
Amsterdam, Netherlands
1617
April 5, 1617
Age 30
Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Nederland
1619
February 10, 1619
Age 32
Leiden, ZH, Netherlands
1620
February 9, 1620
Age 33
Leyden, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands
1623
October 20, 1623
Age 37
Amsterdam, Holland
1624
April 1624
Age 37
Arrived in New York on the New Netherland