Pierre de Reynaud
|Birthplace:||Chaillot Section, Paris, France|
|Death:||Died in Dublin, Cork, Ireland|
|Place of Burial:||Ireland|
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About Pierre de Reynaud
Pierre Reynaud, the third son of General Louis Reynaud, was born in 1632,and entered the military service of the Duc de Crequy who was appointedmilitary Governor of Paris in 1676. He married Sarah Regnaut of Artois and fathered four children before he and his wife left France forEngland. Pierre (Peter) Reynaud probably went to England between 1685 and1687 with his brothers Louis and Benjamin. His wife Sarah and their children probably joined him in the spring of 1688, having left France bythe normal channels which required emigrants to abjure Protestantism andtake mass as Catholics. Sherman Reno says that Sarah Regnaut had an olderbrother, Michel Regnaut, who apparently preceded Peter and Sarah to england. On August 19, 1688, Peter Reynaud and his family were granted aLetter of Denization.
- Huguenot Society of London Publications, QuartoSeries, Vol. XVIII. "Letters of Denization and Acts of Naturalization forAliens in England and Ireland, 1603-1700", p. 210-214)
- The Colonial Genealogist, Vol. IV, No. 4, Spring 1972
Pierre de Reynaud (M) b. circa 1640, d. 12 September 1718, #131 Pop-up Pedigree Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr..
The Reneaus/Renos were French Hugenots who fled from the persecutions of the Roman Catholic Church after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes by King
Louis XIV of France, in 1685. We do not know exactly the section of France where the Reneaus lived prior to their emigration to England, but there is some evidence that the family of the Reneau emigre had lived in Paris at some time before they escaped from France. The name is found in early records spelled Renaud, Reynoud, Renoe, Renno, etc. Pierre de Reynaud was also known as Peter Raynaud. He was also known as Peter de Reynaud. He was also known as Pierre Raynaud. Pierre de Reynaud was born circa 1640 at Paris, France. He was the son of Gen. Louis de Reynaud and Frances D'Hamel de Douvrin. Pierre de Reynaud was born circa 1654 at France. He married Sarah Regnaut, daughter of Jean Regnaut and Ester du Rex du Pont, circa 1675 at Plsce Les Clouseau in Bleis, Paris, France. On between 1685 and 1687 Pobably went to England with his brothers Louis and Benjamin. His wife Sarah and their children probably joined him in the spring of 1688, having left France by the normal channels which required emmigrants to abjure Protestantism and take mass as Catholics. On 19 August 1688 Peter Reynaud and his family were granted a Letter of Denization
1. PETER (PIERRE) REYNAUD. "August 19, 1688. Denization to severall persons, Our will and pleasure is that you prepare A Bill for our Royall Signature, to passe our Greate Seale, for the making of -- PETER RENAUD; SARAH, his wife; PETER; LEWIS; ESTHER; and MARQUE FRANCISCA, their children; being all aliens borne, free Denizens of this our Kingdome of England. And that they and every one of them have and enjoy all rights, privileges and immunityes, as other French made free Denizens, do now enjoy. Provided they live and continue with their familys within our Kingdome, or elsewhere within our Dominions. And the sayd Denization to be forthwith passed under the Great Seale, without any fees or charges whatsoever to be payd by the sayd persons in the passing thereof. And for so doing, etc. Dated at Windsor the 19th day of August, 1688. To our Attorney or Solicitor Generall. James II, Rex" (S.P. Dom. Car. 11, Entry Book 67, 1688 August 19, Patent Roll Oct. 10, 1688, P.R. 4, james II, part 10; Historical Mss., Commission Reports; Hugenont Society of London, Reports, Vol. 18; List of Naturalizations and Denizations in England and Ireland, 1600-1700.) These are the only Renauds/Reynauds listed as naturalized or receiving denization in London in October 1688. By the Act of 1708, all prior prerogative denizations were converted into parliamentary naturalizations, retrospectively [Blackstone], and repel of this Act in 1711 did not disturb the validity of these naturalizations which had already vested under the previous Act. Pierre de Reynaud died on 12 September 1718 at Dublin, Dublin, Ireland. He died on 10 May 1744 at France.
Children of Pierre de Reynaud and Sarah Regnaut Pierre Louis Raynaud b. bt 1668 - 1687 Marque Frances Raynaud b. bt 1668 - 1687 Esther Raynaud b. bt 1668 - 1687 Lewis de Reynaud+ b. c 1676, d. 27 Jan 1755
Sarah Regnaut (F) b. 1648, d. 17 October 1721, #132 Pop-up Pedigree Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr..
Sarah Regnaut was also known as Sarah Ragnault. Sarah Regnaut was born in 1648 at St. Tciat, Arteis, France. She was the daughter of Jean Regnaut and Ester du Rex du Pont. Sarah Regnaut married Pierre de Reynaud, son of Gen. Louis de Reynaud and Frances D'Hamel de Douvrin, circa 1675 at Plsce Les Clouseau in Bleis, Paris, France. Sarah Regnaut died on 17 October 1721.
Children of Sarah Regnaut and Pierre de Reynaud Pierre Louis Raynaud b. bt 1668 - 1687 Marque Frances Raynaud b. bt 1668 - 1687 Esther Raynaud b. bt 1668 - 1687 Lewis de Reynaud+ b. c 1676, d. 27 Jan 1755