Pierre Du Bois, Jr
|Birthplace:||Herseaux, West Flanders, Belgium|
|Death:||Died in Canterbury, Kent, England|
|Place of Burial:||Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom|
Son of Pierre Du Bois, Sr. and Jeanne Des Mullies
|Managed by:||Carole (Erickson) Pomeroy,Vol. C...|
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About Pierre Du Bois, Jr
- Pierre DuBois
- Birth: Oct. 1, 1598 Mouscron, Hainaut, Belgium
- Death: 1660 Canterbury, Kent, England
- Family links:
- Pierre DuBois (1568 - 1623)
- Jeanne des Mullies DuBois (1572 - ____)
- Catherine Clarisse DuBois (1602 - 1633)*
- Hester DuBois Delamater (1625 - 1709)*
- Burial: Walloon or Strangers Churchyard, Canterbury, City of Canterbury, Kent, England
- Find A Grave Memorial# 128453385
- From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=128453385
- Revised history of Harlem (city of New York). Its origin and early annals, prefaced by home scenes in the fatherlands; or, notices of its founders before emigration. Also, sketches of numerous families and the recovered history of the land-titles .. (1904)
- Glaude Le Maistre, or Delamater, as usually written by his descendants, had sprung from an ancient house of Brittany, the Lords of Garlaye, whose chateau and estates lay in the parish of Derval, in the diocese of Nantes. It was eminent in the civil and military service, the church, and the law. Its members had held commands in Picardy, where one of its now scattered branches, in which the name Claude first appears, became allied
- early in the sixteenth century to the lords of Caumartin. Claude Le Maistre, Sieur De Hedicourt, becoming a Protestant, was, with others, imprisoned and fined at Amiens in 1588, at the instance of the League. He was a man of talent and spirit, and showed great valor in opposing the entrance of the Spaniards into that city in 1597, when soldiers in the garb of peasants, selling apples and nuts, had gained admission. Our Glaude Le Maistre was no doubt of this family, members of which had removed to Artois, where he was born, as before said, in the town of Richebourg. After escaping the country he comes to notice at Amsterdam, in 1652, an exile and a widower, living in the Tanners' cross-street, having lost his wife, Jeanne De Lannoy. On April 24th of that year he married Hester, daughter of Pierre Du Bois, of Amsterdam, though late of Canterbury, England, where Hester was born. Some of the Le Maistres had also taken refuge at Canterbury, and circumstances make it nearly certain that Glaude was among them, and with the Du Boises had left England because of the civil wars then raging, or the threatened rupture with Holland, and, perhaps, in his case, to take ship for New Netherland, as he soon did, appearing with Tourneur first at Flatbush, and afterward at Harlem.
- Glaude le Maistre, born 1620, as his autograph is, ancestor of the entire Delamater family in this country, having died before the date of the Dongan patent, his widow, Hester, and sons Jan and Isaac, took his place among the patentees. An exile from his home at Richebourg, in Artois, it was while living in the Loyerdwarsstraet, at Amsterdam, April 24, 1652, that Glaude married Hester Du Bois, who was his second wife (his first wife having been Jeanne De Lannoy) , and, as we have seen, also of a French refugee family. Glaude spent some of his first years in America at Flatbush, working as a carpenter, and there four of his six children were born. With Meyndert Coerten, Walraven Luten, Pierre Billiou and others (Mrs. Billiou, a Du Bois, was probably related to Mrs. Delamater*), he applied, August 22, 1661,
- * Pierre Billiou .... etc.
- .... He died in or about 1683, his years having exceeded three-score and ten.
- Glaude Delamater, or Le Maistre, as he was then called, married first, Jeanne De Lannoy, and second Hester Du Bois, April 24, 1652, had six children, and died about 1683. On November 6, 1687, Claude's widow married Jan Tibout, the parish clerk. In view of this event, she and Tibout had entered into an agreement, September 23, preceding, with her sons Jan and Isaac, and son-in-law Bussing (who together took the real estate, having power to do so from the absent heirs, Abraham and Jacobus Delamater, and Moses Le Count), by which she was to "have the free use of the house and erf at the strand," while she lived, and Jan and Isaac were to pay her twenty-seven schepels of wheat yearly. "Should any land be drawn during Hester du Bois' lifetime, it shall belong to them both, to wit, Jan Tibout and Hester Du Bois."
- GLAUDE, BY SECOND WIFE, HAD ISSUE:
- 2. Jan, born in 1653, baptized March 9, 1653, married Ruth, daughter of Resolved Waldron, August 11, 1678, had nine children, and died 1702.
- 3. Abraham Delamater, born at Flatbush, in 1656, removed in his early manhood, with his brother Jacobus, to Kingston, Ulster County, N. Y. He there married, June 18, 1682, Celeste, daughter of Cornelius Vernoy, and had four children. He married a second wife, Elsie, daughter of Jurian Tappan, and widow of Hillebrant Lechier, about 1692, having five children. A magistrate and
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- elder at Kingston, and prominent in public affairs, he closed a useful life November 20, 1734.
- 4. Isaac, born 1658, married Cornelia Everts (Van Ness), about 1681, had nine children.
- 5. Susannah, born 1660, married Arent Harmanse Bussing, February 24, 1673, had three children.
- 6. Hester, born 1662, married Moses Le Count, had four children. He of Kingston, N. Y.
- 7. Jacobus Delamater, born 1665, at Harlem, married at Kingston, September 23, 1688, Gertrude (born 1666), daughter of Martin Cornelisz. Ysselsteyn (Esselsteyn), of Claverack. He was a trustee of Kingston, and a firm supporter of the church there for some years, till he settled in Marbletown upon land (296 acres) bought in 1715, and where he died in 1741, leaving this property to his sons Isaac and Martin, and a farm at Claverack to his eldest son Claude. Had ten children.
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Pierre Du Bois, Jr's Timeline
October 1, 1598
Herseaux, West Flanders, Belgium
July 13, 1623
Canterbury, Kent, England.
October 1, 1625
Canterbury, Kent, England
October 14, 1627
November 22, 1629
Canterbury, Kent, England.
September 16, 1632
Canterbury, Kent, England
June 30, 1994
October 2, 1996