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Joseph BLEDSOE

ABT 1745 - BEF 22 Jul 1801

ID Number: I41352

  • RESIDENCE: Orange Co. VA & Gallatin Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1745, Orange Co. VA
  • DEATH: BEF 22 Jul 1801, Gallatin Co. KY
  • BURIAL: Bledsoe Cem. near Ghent, KY
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1199] [S1796]
Father: William BLEDSOE Jr.
Mother: Elizabeth ZACHARY


Family 1 : Polly SANDERS

Notes


Children
Aaron Sanders Bledsoe b: CIR ___ 00 1786
Moses Bledsoe
Daniel Bledsoe
John Sanders Bledsoe b: CIR ___ 00 1795
Rice Bledsoe
Taylor Bledsoe b: CIR ___ 00 1799
Jean Bledsoe
Zachariah Bledsoe

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                                             _George BLEDSOE "the Immigrant"_
                                            | (1635 - 1695)                  
                       _William BLEDSOE ____|
                      | (1676 - 1769) m 1710|
                      |                     |_Anne JENNINGS _________________
                      |                       (1650 - 1695)                  
 _William BLEDSOE Jr._|
| (1723 - 1794)       |
|                     |                      ________________________________
|                     |                     |                                
|                     |_Anne________________|
|                       (1692 - 1725) m 1710|
|                                           |________________________________
|                                                                            
|
|--Joseph BLEDSOE 
|  (1745 - 1801)
|                                            ________________________________
|                                           |                                
|                      _ ZACHARY ___________|
|                     | (1700 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |________________________________
|                     |                                                      
|_Elizabeth ZACHARY __|
  (1725 - 1806)       |
                      |                      ________________________________
                      |                     |                                
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |________________________________
                                                                             

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[S1796]


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George BRISCOE

9 Jul 1792 - 14 Feb 1836

ID Number: I72811

  • RESIDENCE: Pittsylvania Co. VA and Maury Co. TN
  • BIRTH: 9 Jul 1792, Pittsylvania Co.Virginia
  • DEATH: 14 Feb 1836, Mt. Pleasant, Maury Co. Tennessee
  • BURIAL: 5 Miles S, Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1580]
Father: John BRISCOE
Mother: Charity WARREN


Family 1 : Nancy DABNEY

                                             _Edward BRISCOE Sr._____________+
                                            | (1685 - 1725) m 1698           
                       _George BRISCOE _____|
                      | (1724 - ....) m 1741|
                      |                     |_Susannah "Sorrow" Gerard SLYE _+
                      |                       (1680 - 1725) m 1698           
 _John BRISCOE _______|
| (1741 - 1799) m 1785|
|                     |                      _Barton WARREN _________________+
|                     |                     | (1700 - ....)                  
|                     |_Mary WARREN ________|
|                       (1725 - ....) m 1741|
|                                           |________________________________
|                                                                            
|
|--George BRISCOE 
|  (1792 - 1836)
|                                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) WARREN _______
|                                           |                                
|                      _Notley WARREN ______|
|                     | (1730 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |________________________________
|                     |                                                      
|_Charity WARREN _____|
  (1755 - ....) m 1785|
                      |                      ________________________________
                      |                     |                                
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |________________________________
                                                                             

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Peter BUCKHOLTS

BEF 1759 - ____

ID Number: I24832

  • RESIDENCE: Of Georgetown Dist. SC
  • BIRTH: BEF 1759
  • RESOURCES: See: [S800]
Father: Jacob BUCKHOLTS
Mother: Catherine


Family 1 : Mary
  1.  Jacob BUCKHOLTS Sr.

Notes


Based on incomplete information, I would guess that your Georgia line would be (1) Peter Buchholts of Kreisheim, Germany (2) Heinrich Buchholtz of Germantown, Pa., (3) Jacob Buckholts of Darlington County, S.C., (4) Peter Buckholts of the Georgetown District, S.C., [wife Mary], (5) Jacob Buckholts of Liberty [Marion] County, S.C. [who married Mary Smith], (6) William Buckholts of Liberty Co., S.C., and Warren, Henry, and Dooly Counties Georgia, and (7) Peter Buckholts of Dooly County, Georgia [who married Priscilla]. This is the way it fits together to me, but I could be wrong about the S.C. Peter Buckholts and his children. [S800]

                                                                     __
                                                                    |  
                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) BUCKHOLTS of PA? & SC & MS_|
                      |                                             |
                      |                                             |__
                      |                                                
 _Jacob BUCKHOLTS ____|
| (1700 - 1783)       |
|                     |                                              __
|                     |                                             |  
|                     |_____________________________________________|
|                                                                   |
|                                                                   |__
|                                                                      
|
|--Peter BUCKHOLTS 
|  (1759 - ....)
|                                                                    __
|                                                                   |  
|                      _____________________________________________|
|                     |                                             |
|                     |                                             |__
|                     |                                                
|_Catherine___________|
  (1700 - ....)       |
                      |                                              __
                      |                                             |  
                      |_____________________________________________|
                                                                    |
                                                                    |__
                                                                       

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[S800]


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John COCKSHUTT "the Immigrant"

1609 - Oct 1642

ID Number: I85415

  • RESIDENCE: England and St. Mary's Co. MD
  • BIRTH: 1609, England
  • DEATH: Oct 1642, St. Mary's Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3152]

Family 1 : Jane HICKS
  1.  John COCKSHUTT
  2. +Jane COCKSHUTT
  3.  Mary COCKSHUTT

Notes


3 children from her first marriage they are: John Cockshoot, Mary Cockshoot age 23 in 1658 , and Jane Cockshoot age 17 in 1658.

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Mary JACKSON

11 Aug 1808 - 26 Mar 1869

ID Number: I98019

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA and Amite Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 11 Aug 1808, Louisiana
  • DEATH: 26 Mar 1869, Clinton, E. Feliciana Parish, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2439] [S1048] [S1007]
Father: Chessley JACKSON
Mother: Sarah LILLY


Family 1 : Walter (Weighty) WHITEHEAD
  1.  Flavis Josephus "Joe" WHITEHEAD C.S.A.

                                             _Isaac JACKSON Sr.__________+
                                            | (1716 - ....)              
                       _Thomas JACKSON _____|
                      | (1757 - 1844) m 1779|
                      |                     |_Elizabeth CLAIBORNE _______
                      |                       (1733 - ....)              
 _Chessley JACKSON ___|
| (1781 - 1876) m 1804|
|                     |                      _Richard Arthur RICHARDSON _+
|                     |                     | (1730 - 1781) m 1754       
|                     |_Frances RICHARDSON _|
|                       (1765 - 1836) m 1779|
|                                           |_Hannah Ball MITCHELL ______
|                                             (1732 - 1790) m 1754       
|
|--Mary JACKSON 
|  (1808 - 1869)
|                                            ____________________________
|                                           |                            
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |____________________________
|                     |                                                  
|_Sarah LILLY ________|
  (1785 - 1821) m 1804|
                      |                      ____________________________
                      |                     |                            
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |____________________________
                                                                         

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[S1048]

[S1007]


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Martha OWEN

ABT 1760 - ____

ID Number: I87785

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3124]

Family 1 : James HOLLOWAY
  1.  Julia HOLLOWAY

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Thomas A. ROBINS

ABT 1880 - ____

ID Number: I7367

  • RESIDENCE: E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1880
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11]
Father: William Alexander ROBINS
Mother: C. C. "Katie MERRICK



                                                         _Thomas Jefferson ROBINS ______________________
                                                        | (1794 - 1843) m 1820                          
                             _Thomas William ROBINS ____|
                            | (1823 - 1893) m 1845      |
                            |                           |_Mary WINTER __________________________________+
                            |                             (1799 - 1843) m 1820                          
 _William Alexander ROBINS _|
| (1848 - 1904) m 1877      |
|                           |                            _(RESEARCH QUERY) MAXWELL of VA & TN & GA & LA_
|                           |                           |                                               
|                           |_Margaret Burgess MAXWELL _|
|                             (1826 - 1913) m 1845      |
|                                                       |_______________________________________________
|                                                                                                       
|
|--Thomas A. ROBINS 
|  (1880 - ....)
|                                                        _______________________________________________
|                                                       |                                               
|                            ___________________________|
|                           |                           |
|                           |                           |_______________________________________________
|                           |                                                                           
|_C. C. "Katie MERRICK _____|
  (1852 - 1909) m 1877      |
                            |                            _______________________________________________
                            |                           |                                               
                            |___________________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |_______________________________________________
                                                                                                        

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Samuel SCOTT

1708 - 1755

ID Number: I46719

  • RESIDENCE: of Middlesex or Gloucester and Bedford and Goochland Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1708
  • DEATH: 1755
  • RESOURCES: See: [S909]
Father: John SCOTT II
Mother: Judith DUDLEY


Family 1 :
  1. +Charles SCOTT of Kentucky
  2.  Martha SCOTT

Notes


Samuel had John Scott b/a 1742-d/a.1841,who had Cosby Scott b. 1768-d/a 1850.
Marriage 1 Jane




[S909]


                                                    _(RESEARCH QUERY - VA) SCOTT of Virginia_
                                                   |                                         
                       _John SCOTT I_______________|
                      | (1632 - ....) m 1662       |
                      |                            |_________________________________________
                      |                                                                      
 _John SCOTT II_______|
| (1672 - 1729) m 1699|
|                     |                             _William BASSETT I_______________________
|                     |                            | (1580 - 1646)                           
|                     |_Mary or Elizabeth BASSETT _|
|                       (1632 - ....) m 1662       |
|                                                  |_Anne DICKESON __________________________
|                                                    (1580 - ....)                           
|
|--Samuel SCOTT 
|  (1708 - 1755)
|                                                   _RICHARD DUDLEY I________________________+
|                                                  | (1623 - 1687) m 1642                    
|                      _Ambrose DUDLEY ____________|
|                     | (1649 - 1738) m 1674       |
|                     |                            |_Mary SEWELL (SEAWELL) of York Co. VA____+
|                     |                              (1622 - 1657) m 1642                    
|_Judith DUDLEY ______|
  (1679 - 1734) m 1699|
                      |                             _Joseph FOSTER "the Immigrant"___________
                      |                            | (1632 - 1660) m 1652                    
                      |_Ann FOSTER ________________|
                        (1656 - ....) m 1674       |
                                                   |_Mary or Elizabeth BASSETT ______________+
                                                     (1632 - ....) m 1652                    

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[S909]

[S909]


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Lucy Ann STREET

1815 - Oct 1865

ID Number: I37436

  • RESIDENCE: Middlesex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1815
  • DEATH: Oct 1865
  • RESOURCES: See: DAR ID 95342 LDS (AFN: 20X1-ZKL) [S125] [S2453]
Father: Thomas STREET Esq.


Family 1 : William Lowrey GATEWOOD
  1. +William Kemp GATEWOOD
  2.  Thomas H. GATEWOOD
  3.  Charles M. GATEWOOD
  4.  Ann E. GATEWOOD
  5.  Lucy B. GATEWOOD
  6. +Sallye Goodwin GATEWOOD
  7.  Martha Ellen GATEWOOD
  8.  John W. GATEWOOD
  9.  Susan C. GATEWOOD

                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _Thomas STREET Esq.__|
| (1780 - ....)       |
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Lucy Ann STREET 
|  (1815 - 1865)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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Sieur Anthony TRABUE\TRABUC "the Immigrant"

21 Sep 1669 - 29 Jan 1724

ID Number: I470

Father: Anthoine TRABUC
Mother: Bernarde CHIBAILHE


Family 1 : Katherine
Family 2 : Magdalene VEREUL\VERRUEIL
  1. +Jacob TRABUE
  2. +Anthony (Antoine) TRABUE Jr
  3.  Moise TRABUE
  4. +John James TRABUE
  5. +Magdalene TRABUE
  6. +Judith TRABUE
  7.  Infant TRABUE

Notes


CONFLICT: Previous accounts of the Trabue family have stated that Antoine married Magdalene Flournoy, daughter of Jacob Flournoy, in Holland in 1699. This has been disproved, and is now unacceptable to The Huguenot Society, as well as current historians. Jacob Flournoy was her step-father. The account of the maiden name as Flournoy was first given in The Huguenot V. 5, then changed to the currently acceptable name Verrueil in The Huguenot V. 24.


"Sir Antoine TRABUE son of Sir Pierre Trabue was born at Montauban France in 1666 and died in Henrico County, Virginia 1724. He married Magdalene [Verreuil]. The TRABUE family was among the most prominent of the Huguenot Refugees who came to Va. in 1700. They belonged to the French nobility who espoused the cause of the Reformation from the beginning of the movement. (VA. Historical Society Vol V)."


Coat of Arms Index: LVA Americans of Gentle Birth - CS 55 - P55 1970 opp. p.95.


Huguenot immigrant to Virginia. On 23-Mar-1715, Antoine Trabue was granted, by patent #904, 163 acres of land in Henrico Co., VA on the south side of the James River, "being part of the 1st 5,000 acres & lower part of the last 5,000 acres for the French Refugees." On March 18, 1717 he was granted 522 acres of land in Henrico Co.,"on the gr. fork of Swift Creek; Under the headrights of 11 persons, including Kathrine Trabue.


Tithe Tax Lists of 1710-20 show him alone.
another list in 1714 records him with his wife and three sons. 1723 he is listed with four tithes including himself, Jacob Trabue, and 2 salves.


Antoine was married in 1699 in Holland to Katherine (--1702/3). Magdelaine married Dr. Pierre Chastaine (-1728) after Antoine died.


Antoine Trabue (either listed as Dupuy in second convoy arriving in 1700 or in the third ship) was a native of Montauban on the Garonne River in the province of Guyenne (in SW France, near Toulouse). Daniel Trabue's says the family name was originally Strabo, but William Byrd changed it to Trabue. Julia Trabue Yates
(The Trabue Family in America, 1700-1983) finds it to be Trabuc in parish records, born to Anthony Trabuc, tanner, and Bernarde Chevalie. In 1687 Antoine was described in a Lausanne document as a saddle maker around 19 years of age, as "of good size, fine carriage, dark complexion, having a scar under his left eye".
It adds that he has always professed the Reformed religion, as do his parents, and that he has not committed any known scandal. Unfortunately, his name is worn through. This slip of parchment or vellum, much worn but surprisingly legible, is at the Virginia Historical Society.


Death: Huguenot Church of Manakintown register King William Parish.


"The Escape of Anthony Trabue" by Daniel Trabue


My grandfather, Anthony Trabue, fled from France in the year of our Lord, 1687, at the time of a bloody persecution against the dissenters by the Roman Catholics.


The law against the dissenters was very rigid at that time. Whoever was known to be one, or even suspected, if he would not swear to visit the priest, his life and estate were forfeited, and [he was] put to the most shameful and cruel tortue and death. And worse than all, they would not let any move from the kingdom.
Guards and troops were stationed all over the kingdom to stop and catch any that might run away. At every place where they would expect those persons might pass, there were guards fixed and companies of inquisitors, and patrols going on every road, and every other place, hunting for those heretics, as they called them; and where there was one who made his escape, perhaps there were hundreds put to the most shameful torture and death. * * When the decree was first passed, a number of the people thought it would not be put in execution so very hastily; but the priests, friars and inquisitors were very intent for their estates, and they rushed quick. * * I understand that my grandfather, Anthony Trabue, had an estate, but concluded he would leave it if he could possibly make his escape. He was a very young man, and he and another young man took a cart, and made their escape to an English ship, which took them on board, and they went over to England, leaving their estates, native country, relations, and everything for the sake of Jesus who died for them. [probably he went to Switzerland instead]. (Communicated to the Richmond Standard, May 10, 1879, by R. A. Brock, Esq., Secretary of the Virginia Historical Society.)


The original certificate on vellum given Anthony Trabue by the ministers and civil officers of Lausanne, attesting to his place of origin, Protestantism, and character, is dated in Lausanne 7/15/1687. This small, burnt and tattered piece of history is in the Virginia Historical Society Library (although one source claims it was burned in a fire).


In his Journal, Daniel Trabue also tells about the Huguenots' religious beginnings.
He says they were a sect of dissenters called Congregationalists. In Virginia the King of England allowed them their "privilege of conscience; and to have their religious worship, and it was never taken away from them, and they were never compelled to pay anything to the separate church, but paid their own, and what
they were pleased to pay." Becoming Anglicans, then, was achieved painlessly. In 1771 Baptist ministers began coming to the settlement, and 7 were in jail at one time. However, others came to visit, and many, including Daniel, were converted by John Waller. He later "backslid" and was converted again, as were others in a big revival and much baptizing, in 1785, just before removing to Kentucky.


Account of the emigration, copied from In River Time: The Way of the James, by Ann Matthews Woodlief (Chapel Hill: Algonquin Books, 1985), pp. 82-84. Major source of information: Richard P. Maury's "The Huguenots in Virginia" and "The French Huguenot Frontier Settlement of Manakin Town," James L. Bugg, Jr. in The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, V. 61, Oct. 1953, 359-94.


"In 1700 the frontier was still just upstream a ways, in the more hostile world of granite, islands, and rapids above the tidewater. In July a ship sailed into Hampton filled with 207 Huguenots, exiled for years from their cozy, prosperous villages in France, who hoped to build a French Protestant town in the Norfolk area. They were welcomed by Governor Nicholson with disturbing news; their destination had been changed and they were to go up the James. William Byrd I, inheritor of land in the Falls area and influential in the colony, had had the last word on their fate. They were to settle in the wilderness above the Fall Line, securing that land for the white man.


The omens were all foreboding at Jamestown where the prospective settlers had to transfer to smaller boats that could negotiate the curls. The town had recently burned for the third time and so had been abandoned as a capital. Sickness was still prevalent, and many of the French proved as vulnerable as the earlier settlers.


As they learned more details about the requirements of survival on the frontier, especially without a navigable waterway, they became even more apprehensive, for their skills were those of business, not farming. Not surprisingly, many chose to desert here. Only 120 trusted themselves to the small boats and the currents of the James. Almost immediately a boat that was filled with goods sank, claimed by the rough waters.


This last leg of the voyage, overcast by dread and illness, must have been the worst. They passed the site of an earlier settlement called World's End, made the left turn into the Fall zone, and landed at the tiny trading outpost of rude houses around Shockoe Creek. Loading what was left of their supplies onto borrowed wagons, they trudged through the thick forests, following a faint path more than twenty miles into land long ago cleared by the Monacan Indians on the south bank of the river. Their ears still rang with the rushing of water over granite that would block their boats from the outside world of commerce. But the key to their survival lay in the unusually fertile floodplain of that same river.


It was a desperate fall and winter as the ill-prepared settlers used up their meager supplies, especially when another group of more than a hundred Huguenots arrived in October expecting to find a thriving town. Friction developed between the leaders, meaning that the new group had to hack out a settlement several miles downstream. Soon, though, Byrd and Governor Nicholson proved their support by soliciting charitable donations throughout the colony. The ensuing generosity proved justified, for within a year the French had learned to be adept farmers, growing fruit and fat cattle on their bottom land, and establishing trade, not warfare, with neighboring Indians.


Although plans had been drawn for a French-style village around a central square, with outlying farmland along the river, these never proved practical. The fertility of the piedmont floodplain encouraged the Huguenots, like the Monacans before them, to live more separately than they had intended, becoming a segmented agrarian society which stretched back from five miles of river bank. In time, they too lost their cohesive identity by intermarrying and moving to other rivers. They opened the way for settlement of the piedmont, but today there is as little trace of their half century of settlement as there is of the Monacans' longer tenure."


"Note: correction of the final sentence. There are some existing Huguenot homes, especially a brick home (DuPuy?) at Keswick Farms, which has unique, round brick slavequarters. There is also an Episcopal church, which has a library which stores many of the remaining Huguenot documents. When I wrote this, I had no idea that there was any family tie. AW"


On page 230 of 4th edition:


Antoine Starbo/Trabue, B. 1667 Montauban, Guyenne; d. 29 Jan 1723 Manakin, VA; md. 1699 Holland Magdelaine (dau of Jacob) La Flournoy; fled France to Holland 1687; to America 1700; settled at Manakin, VA.


Children: Anthony b ca 1702 md. dau of Moyse Vermeil; Jacob b ca. 1705 md. 1730 Marie ?; John James b 1722 Manakin, d. 10 oct - 21 Dec 1775, md. 1744 Olympia Dupuy; Judith, b ca 1712 md. Stephen Watkins; Magdelaine b ca 1715 md. (1) Peter Guerrant, md. (2) Thomas Smith;


Ref: Yates, Julia Trabue 7 C.C. Trabue; The Trabue Family in America, 1983.
Harper, Lillie DuPuy Van Culin; Colonial Men and Times; Philadelphia, 1910.


On Page 234 of 4th Edition:
Antaine Trabuc / Anthony Traabue
Son of Antaine and Bernarde Chivalier Trabuc
b 21 Sep 1669, Montauban, France
d. 29 Jan 1724, Henrico Co. VA
m. to Magdalene Verrueil
Fled France in 1687 to England; c1700 to Manakintown, VA as a early settler.
Children: (all born henrico Co. VA)
Jacob b c1705
Anthony, Jr. b c1708/09
Magdalene; b 31 Aug 1715
Judith; b 1717/18
John James; b 1722; d 10 Oct /21 Oct 1775, Chesterfield Co. VA; m. 1744 to Olympia Dupay.


Ref: Ref: Yates, Julia Trabue & C.C. Trabue; The Trabue Family in America, 1700-1783; Baltimore, 1983.
Trabue, James Duvall; "The ancestry of Anthony Trabue"; manuscript nd Brock, Robert A.; "The Huguenot Emigration to Virginia.


Page 66 of 3rd Edition, 1983:


Starbo/Trabue, Antoine. B. 1667 Montauban, Guyenne; d. 29 Jan 1723 Manakin, VA; m. 1699 Holland Magdelaine (dau of Jacob) La Flournoy; fled France to Holland 1687; to America 1700; settled at Manakin, VA.


Children: Anthony b ca 1702 md. dau of Moyse Vermeil; Jacob b ca. 1705 md. 1730 Marie ?; John James b 1722 Manakin, d. 10 Cct - 21 Dec 1775, md. 1744 Olympia Dupuy; Judith, b ca 1712 md. Stephen Watkins; Magdelaine b ca 1715 md. (1) Peter Guerrant, md. (2) Thomas Smith; Shows additional children as William; Daniel; Edward; Stephen; Samuel; Phoebe; Jane; Mary; Martha; Eliza; Susan.


Evidence: Brock, 22-23; Harper, 207-214, 295-297; Cumberland Co. VA Will Book 1:13-14, 231-232; "Memorandum" by Daniel Trabue from Draper papers, (copy held by Hon. L. C. Draper, Madison, Wis.).


"The Trabue Family in America 1700-1983" book can be had by writing Mrs. Douglas J. Yates, 1809 OtterCreek Rd., Nashville, TN 37215. about $45. Julie Trabue Yates [S18] [S180] [S692] [S692] [S692]


                                               _Guillaume TRABUC _____
                                              | (1555 - 1615) m 1583  
                       _David TRABUC _________|
                      | (1590 - ....) m 1615  |
                      |                       |_Anne AZAM ____________+
                      |                         (1564 - 1615) m 1583  
 _Anthoine TRABUC ____|
| (1629 - ....) m 1646|
|                     |                        _Arnaud ANDRAILH ______
|                     |                       | (1565 - 1615) m 1592  
|                     |_Gaqlharde D'ANDRAILH _|
|                       (1597 - ....) m 1615  |
|                                             |_Lizette de GASCON ____+
|                                               (1575 - 1615) m 1592  
|
|--Anthony TRABUE\TRABUC "the Immigrant"
|  (1669 - 1724)
|                                              _Pierre CHIBAILHE _____
|                                             | (1550 - 1619) m 1579  
|                      _Jean CHIBAILHE _______|
|                     | (1593 - ....) m 1617  |
|                     |                       |_Bernarde DE LAMBRAIL _
|                     |                         (1562 - ....) m 1579  
|_Bernarde CHIBAILHE _|
  (1629 - ....) m 1646|
                      |                        _Jean MARIETTE ________+
                      |                       | (1565 - 1617)         
                      |_Marie MARIETTE _______|
                        (1600 - ....) m 1617  |
                                              |_______________________
                                                                      

Sources

[S11]

[S180]

[S182]

[S300]

[S351]

[S616]

[S667]

[S691]

[S692]

[S18]

[S180]

[S692]

[S692]

[S692]


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