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Reverend James de La Fontaine

Birth04/07/1658
Jenouille-Jaffe Estate
Religion1685
Served in prison for the cause of Protestantism. Escaped France on Nov. 30, 1685
huguenot
Death1728
 
AuthorA Tale of the Huguenots or Memoirs of a French Refugee Family (1838) by Jacques de La Fontaine, translated by Ann Maury of New York
Grave1728
Aged: 69.7 years
Escaped to England with his fiance, Anne Boursiquot, arriving on December 1, 1685, after eleven days at sea, Landed at Appledore, at the mouth of the Taw River, and proceeded to Barnstaple. Family moved from England to Cork, Ireland, arriving December 24, 1694.

Anne Elizabeth Boursiquot

Birth1660
Death01/29/1721
 
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Aged: 61.1 years
ChildrenFirst NameBirth DtDeath DtBirth PlaceSpouses
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Mary Anne 

12 APR 169030 DEC 1755  England, Devon, Taunton Matthew Maury 
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Peter 

16911757  VA, Hanover Co, Westover Parish Ann Elizabeth Forreau, Sarah Elizabeth Wade 
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John 

16931767  England, Devon, Taunton Mary Magdalen Sabatiere 
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Francis de la 

09/16/16961749  Ireland, Cork Co, Cork Susanna Brush, Mary Glannison 
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  1. Findagrave Rev Jacques James Fontaine
  2. Book: The Missouri Fountains and Their Descendants - A Study of Ancestry and Posterity of Rever-end Peter Fontaine Of Westover Parish - A Virginia Huguenot Colonist Of the Eighteen Century by Vida Leola Van;
  3. Book: A Tale of the Huguenots or Memoirs of a French Refugee Family (1838) by Jacques de La Fontaine, translated by Ann Maury of New York;
  4. Book: From Riches to Rags to Respectability - a Fontaine Family, written by Winston F. Fontaine and published for the author by Alabama Ancestors, Mobile, Alabama, 1987;
  5. Other: Organizational records - The Huguenot Society of South Carolina;
  6. Website: Some descendants of Jean de la Fontaine;
  1. Book: A Tale of the Huguenots or Memoirs of a French Refugee Family (1838) by Jacques de La Fontaine, translated by Ann Maury of New York;
  2. Website: Some descendants of Jean de la Fontaine;
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