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Elizabeth LeBoyteulx   1691-

AKA:  v10
Born when:   19 September, 1691 [5]
Baptized when:   27 September, 1691 [5]
Father:   Gabriel LeBoyteulx
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Spouse 1:   John Hastier
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Line of Descent:   Elizabeth   <   Gabriel   <   Paul
Born where:   New York City
Baptized Where:   French Church of the Refugees, New York City
Mother:   Marquise Fleuriau
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Religious affiliations:   French Reformed
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Children:   John, Margaret, Catherine, Mary (married John Basset), Elizabeth (married Wm Lucy)
Known residences:   New York City; New Jersey, Piscataway
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 John Hastier   1691-1771

AKA:  v11
Born when:   13 December, 1691
Baptized when:   1 January, 1692
Father:   Jean Hastier
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Spouse 1: Elizabeth LeBoyteulx
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Died when:   16 December, 1770
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Born where:   New York City
Baptized Where:   French Reformed Church, New York City
Mother:   Elizabeth Perdriau
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Education:   mark was "IH" which were his initials in Latin
Occupations:   silversmith; shop keeper
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Children:   John, Margaret, Catherine, Mary (married John Basset), Elizabeth (married Wm Lucy)
Siblings:   Nicholas
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Timeline of Elizabeth LeBoyteulx & John Hastier

1691 September 19—Elizabeth Le Boyteulx was born at New York City to Marquise Fleuriau and Gabriel Le Boyteulx. [5]

1691


September 27—At the French Reformed Church of New York, Elizabeth, the daughter of “Gabriel Le Boyteulx” and “Marquise Fleuriau” was presented for baptism by Elie Boudinot; the sponsors were Pregente Fleuriau and Louis Carre and the ceremony was performed by the ceremony was performed by Rev. Pierre Peiret[5]

1691 December 13—John Hastier was born at New York City to Elizabeth Perdriau and John Hastier. [5]

1692

January 1—"Jean", the son of "Jean Hatier" and Elizabeth Perdriau was baptized at the French Reform Church of New York; the sponsors were Elye Boudinot and Dorothea van Hertsbergen, the wife of Jean Papin. [5]

1697

September 17—John Hastier Sr., merchant of New York, composed his last will and testament in which he mentioned his two sons, John, the eldest, and Nicholas, as well as his wife Elizabeth. The will was prove September 30, 1697. [84]

1709

April 27—At the Reformed French Church Raritan Village, New Jersey, "Lisebet Beten" was a sponsor at the baptism of her half brother, Benjamin "Beten". [23]

1715

August 3—At the Reformed French Church of New York, Elizabeth Le Boyteulx was a sponsor at the baptism of Louise, the daughter of Rev. Louis Rou and Renee Marie Goujon; the other sponsor was Estienne De Lancey. [5]

1715-1720 Elizabeth LeBoyteulx and John Hastier were married. [1]

1719

November 9—The last will and testament of Elizabeth Alie, alias Hastier, was proved at New York; the will names her sons, John and Nicholas Alie. [85]

1720-1758 John Hastier worked as a silversmith in New York City. [80]

1720/21 March 6—John Hastier was born at New York City to Elizabeth LeBoyteulx and John Hastier. [5]

1720/21

March 12—Jean, the son of Jean and Elizabeth Hastier, was baptized at the French Reformed Church in New York City; the sponsors were Louis Carre and Marie Moyon. [5]

1722/23 January 23—Marie Hastier was born at New York City to Elizabeth LeBoyteulx and John Hastier. [5]

1722/23

January 30—Marie, the daughter of Jean and Elizabeth Hastier, was baptized at the French Reformed Church in New York City; the sponsors were Jean Hastier (father) and Marquize Le Boyeulx. [5]

1723 May 8—Christopher Robert was indentured to John Hastier for a term of seven years; Elias Pelletreau was a witness. [81]

1724

September 24—John Hastier signed a petition on behalf of Rev. Louis Rou the Paster of the French Reformed Church. [73]

1724 December 13—Elizabeth Hastier was born to Elizabeth LeBoyteulx and John Hastier. [5]

1724

December 27—Elizabeth, the daughter of Jean and Elizabeth Hastier, was baptized at the French Reformed Church in New York City; the sponsors were Pierre Bontecou and Pregente Carre. [5]

1725

January 1—Jean Hastier, at the French Reformed Church of New York, was a sponsor at the baptism of Pierre, the son of Jean and Louis Ross; the other sponsor was Catherine Carre. [5]

1725 March 29—John Hastier, silversmith, was made a "Freemen" of New York City [37]

1726 December 28—Margaret Hastier was born at New York City to Elizabeth LeBoyteulx and John Hastier. [5]

1727

January 1—Margueritte, the daughter of Jean and Elizabeth Hastier, was baptized at the French Reformed Church in New York City; the sponsors were Guillaume Emett and Marie Basset. [5]

c1729 Catherine Hastier was born at New York City to Elizabeth LeBoyteulx and John Hastier. [1]

1729

February 9—Catherine, the daughter of Jean Hastier and Elizabeth le Boiteux, was baptized at the French Reformed Church in New York City; the sponsors were Francois Basset and Catherine Pintard. [5]

1731

December 1—Jean Hastier, at the French Reformed Church of New York, was a sponsor at the baptism of Jean, the son of Jean Basset and Elisabeth Vischer; the other sponsor was Anne Jackson. [5]

1735 John Hastier placed an advertisement in the New-York Journal; the location of his shop was given as Queen Street. [82]

1739 John Hastier published a notice that he had apprehended counterfeiters. [79]

1753

October 22—Jean Hastier, at the French Reformed Church of New York, was a sponsor at the baptism of Elie, the son of Elie Pelletreau and Rachel Ball; the other sponsor was Marquize (Le Boyteulx) Bontecou. [5] [n39]

1755

September 22—Elizabeth Hastier [n40] , at the French Reformed Church of New York, was a sponsor at the baptism of George, the son of Elie Pelletreau and Rachel Ball; the other sponsor was Marquize (Le Boyteulx) Bontecou. [5] [n39]

1753


October 22—At the French Reformed Church in New York City John Hastier [n39] was a sponsor at the baptism of Elie the son of Elie Pelletreau and Rachel Ball; the other sponsor was his sister-in-law Marquise Bontecue whose presence was substituded by Marie Hastier. [5]

1757 April 28—At the French Reformed Church in New York City Marie Hastier married John Basset. [5]

1755

October 22—Elizabeth Hastier, at the French Reformed Church of New York, was a sponsor at the baptism of George, the son of Elie Pelletreau and Rachel Baal; the other sponsor was Louis Carre. [5] [n40]

1758

May 15—John Hastier placed an advertisement notice in the New-York Gazette, "Run away on Monday last from John Hastier, of this City, Goldsmith, a lusty well-set Negro named Jasper." [82]

1761 March 12—At the French Reformed Church in New York City Elizabeth Hatier married William Lucy. [5]

1762



February 6—John Hastier composed his last will and testament; the witnesses were Cornelius Clopper, merchant, Rudolphus Van Dyck and Peter Gresneau. In his will John mentioned his four daughters, Margaret and Catharine Hastier, Mary Bassett, Elizabeth Lure, and his grandson John Hastier, Jr. who was then living in the Island of Curacoa. [83]

1764

July 22—At the French Reformed Church in New York City John Hastier, and his brother-in-law Daniel Bontecou, were witnesses at the wedding of Jacques Buvelot and Marie Bonnet, widow. [5]

1766 June 29— Marking the culmination of a dispute which had lasted the past couple years, Daniel Bontecou and his faction of the members of the French Church, which included his broth-in-law John Hastier, forcibly took possession of that church. However, loosing in their attemp to gain legal possession of the church, Daniel Bontecou would quit that congregation.—SEE source for an explaination of the dispute. [86]

1770 December 16—John Hastier died and his wife Marguerite took over his shop. [79]

1770

December 24—The death notice of "John Hatier" was published in the New-York Gazette and the Weekly Mercury, "John Hatier" of New York City had died "Last Sunday week" in his 79th year. [80]

c1771

The dlast will and testament of John Hastier was probated; it directed that for all the tools and implements of his trade were to be sold and the monies paid out to his surviving daughters and grandson. [00]

1771

March 4—An advertisement placed in the New-York Gazette-Mercury stated that John Hastier's goods and possessions were for sale at his home on Hanover Square. [00]

1791 June 3—The will of John Hastier was proved at New York. [83]



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