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Gabriel LeBoyteulx   1652-

AKA:  [v5]
Born when:   10 February, 1652  [2]
Baptized when:   18 February, 1652 [2]
Father:   Paul Le Boyteux  [2]
1st married when:   April 7, 1689 [5]
Spouse 1:  Marquise Fleuriau
2nd married when:   1693-1696 [1]
Died when:   1728-1734 [d1]
Buried when:  
Line of Descent:   Gabriel   <   Paul
Born where:   near La Rochelle, France [2]
Baptized Where:   near La Rochelle, France [2]
Mother:   Elizabeth LeRoyer  [2]
1st married where:   Church of the French Refugees, NYC [5]
Spouse 2:  Agnes Constance Lebrun
2nd married where:   probably near New York City [1]
Died where:   Piscataway(?) [1]
Buried where:   Piscataway(?) [1]
Cause of death:   probably died of natural causes as Gabriel referred to his poor health when he wrote his will.
Religious affiliations:   French Reformed; Dutch Reformed
Signature & mark:   nice signature; may have used a wax seal along with his signature; cows marked with slits in ears
Education:   kept a ledger for the church; practiced signature
Occupations:   shipping trade, merchant, dealer in cattle, yeoman farmer
Names of business/partners:   Elias Neau
Trade, fraternal, other associations:   Ancient Elder of Church of the French Refugees, NYC
Children:   Marie 1ElizabethMarquiseSuzanneJeannePaulPeterJantienBenjaminMarie 2Catherine
Known residences:   near La Rochelle, France;  New York City, Dock ward and West ward;  Piscataway (house #14, Vermeule), New Jersey
Known friends & relations:  Laurent Drelincourt;  Gideon Le Royer;  Elie Boudinot;  Marguerite Latour;  Rev. Pierre Pieret;  Gabriel Le RoyerJeanne Taillourdeau



Marquise Fleuriau   c1664-1693

AKA:  [v6]
Born when:   16 December, 1668 [26]
Baptized when:  
Father:   Jean Fleuriau  [26]
1st married when:   April 7, 1689 [5]
Spouse 1:  Gabriel LeBoyteulx
Died when:   October, 1693 [9]
Buried when:   11 October, 1693 [9]
Line of Descent:   Marquize   <   Jean(?)
Born where:  Châtellerault, Vienne, Poitou-Charentes, France [7]  [26]
Baptized Where:  
Mother:   Marie Berthon
1st married where:   Church of the French Refugees , NYC [5]
Spouse 2:  
Died where:   New York City
Buried where:   "public cemetery," New York City [9]
Cause of death:  
Religious affiliations:   French Reformed
Physical description:  
Education:  
Occupations:  
Names of business/partners:  
Trade, fraternal, other associations:  
Children:   Marie 1;   Elizabeth;   Marquise
Known residences:   Châtellerault, Vienne, Poitou-Charentes, France;  New York City
Known friends & relations:   Pregente FleuriauPierre FleuriauDaniel FleuriauFrancois Fleuriau[26]  Marguerite Latour;  Rev. Pierre Pieret;   Louis Carre



Agnes Constance Lebrun   c1671-

AKA:  [v7]
Born when:   1665-1675 [1]
Baptized when:  
Father:  
1st married when:   1693-1696 [1]
Spouse 1:  Gabriel LeBoyteulx
Died when:   after 1756  [n29]
Buried when:  
Line of Descent:  
Born where:   Guadeloupe
Baptized Where:  
Mother:  
1st married where:  near New York City
Spouse 2:   Roeloff Sebring
Died where:  
Buried where:  
Cause of death:  
Religious affiliations:   French Reformed, Dutch Reformed
Physical description:  
Education:  
Occupations:  
Names of business/partners:  
Trade, fraternal, other associations:  
Children:   SuzanneJeannePaulPeterJantienBenjaminMarie 2Catherine
Known residences:   Guadeloupe;  New York City, Dock ward and West ward;  Piscataway, New Jersey
Known friends & relations:   Daniel Gombaud;  Rev. Pierre Pieret



Timeline of Gabriel LeBoyteulx and his wives,
Marquise Fleuriau and Agnes Constance Lebrun


1652

February 10—Gabriel Le Boyteux was born to Elizabeth LeRoyer and Paul Le Boyteux, probably near the City of La Rochelle, France. [2]

1652

February 18—Gabriel Le Boyteux was baptized by M. Drelincourt (Laurent Drelincourt), probably near the City of La Rochelle, France; the God-parents were Gabriel Le Royer and Jeanne Taillourdeau. [2] [w1]

1668

December 16—Marquise Fleuriau was born at Châtellerault, Vienne, Poitou-Charentes, France, to Marie Berthon and Jean Fleuriau[7] [26]

1670-1675 [1] Agnes Constance Le Brun was born on the Caribbean isle of Guadeloupe[3]

1680-1687 [1]

It’s likely that it was during this period that Agnes Constance Le Brun came to New York. It has been written that Agnes came from Guadeloupe with Daniel Gombaud[3]

1685-1687 [1] This is the likely period for Gabriel LeBoyteulx coming to America.

1687 September 27—Agnes Constance Le Brun, along with Daniel Gombaud and his wife were naturalized at New York. [3]

1687

December 16—The denization papers of Gabriel Le Boyteulx were received at Whitehall, London and Gabriel was subsequently made a free denizen of the Kingdom, “or elsewhere within oure dominions.” [9]

1688 January 5—Gabriel Le Boyteulx was naturalized at the city of New York. [3]

1688

January 17—The denization of Gabriel Le Boyteulx was attested to by Nicholas Hayward, notary, at London, England. [8]

1688 August 3—Gabriel Le Boiteux was made of “freeman” of New York. [3]

1688

September 27—Gabriel Le Boiteux, along with Elias Boudinot and Stephen DeLancey, attested to the Will of James Dubois and Blanche Sauzeau. [27]

1688


November 16—Within the papers of Governor Dongan is an invoice of goods on board the ship Bachelor Cappne, on which was written “By my Gabriel Le Boyteulx,” which might indicate that Gabriel was a Customs Officer at New York and composed this inventory of goods in service of the Governor. [10]

1688 Gabriel Le Boyteulx was one of the first elders of the French Church in the city of New York. [3]

1688

December 22—Gabriel Le Boyteulx attended the funeral of Mr. Jean Pineaud, printer, who was buried at the public cemetery in New York. [5]

1688

December—Gabriel Le Boyteulx attended the funeral of Marie Pellerin, the wife of Mr. Massiot, who was buried at the public cemetery in New York. [5]

1689 January—Gabriel Le Boyteulx attended the baptism of Ester, the daughter of Rene Rezeau and Ann Coursier[5]

1689



April 7—Gabriel le Boyteulx and Marquize Fleuriau were married by Rev. Pierre Peirot, minister of the French Church of the Refugees at the City of New York. Present on the part of the groom were Gideon Le Royer, who was Gabriel’s cousin on his mother’s side, and Elie Boudinot, who was Gabriel’s friend. Present on the part of the bride were Pierre Fleuriau and Louis Carre. Also in attendance was Marie Berthon[5]

1689

July 21—At the Reformed French Church of New York, “Gabriel le Boisteulx” and his wife “Marquize Fleuriau” were Godparents at the baptism of Elizabeth, the daughter of Louis Carre and Pregente Fleuriau[5]

1689


September 19—At the Reformed French Church of New York, Gabriel Le Boyteulx attended the funeral of Marie Chapon native of Poutou (Poitou), France, the wife of Andre Balourdet, who was buried at the public cemetery in New York. [5]

1690 Gabriel LeBoyteulx purchased land at New Rochelle, New York from Jacob Leisler[34]

1690


January—At the Reformed French Church of New York, Gabriel Le Boyteulx attended the funeral of Rene Gilbert, who was native of the city of Niort province of Poutou (Poitou), France, and was buried in the public cemetery at New York. [5]

1690


February—At the Reformed French Church of New York, Gabriel Le Boyteulx attended the funeral of Madelaine Hullin, native of the city of La Rochelle, France and wife of Jean Poupin, who was buried at the public cemetery in New York. [5]

1690

March—Gabriel Le Boyteulx attended the funeral of Nicollas Fillou, native of the “l'isle de re,” France, who was buried at the public cemetery in New York. [5]

1690 April 28—Marie Le Boyteulx was born at the City of New York to Marquize Fleuriau and Gabriel LeBoyteulx. [5]

1690


May 4—At the Reformed French Church of New York, Marie, the daughter of “Gabriel le Boisteulx” and “Marquize Fleuriau” was baptized; the ceremony was performed by Rev. Pierre Peiret and the Godparents were Louis Carre and Marie le Berton who was also known as widow Fleuriau. [5]

1690


May 19—On this date numerous merchants and ministers of New York signed a letter addressed to the new King and Queen of England asking for “Royall protection and Relief” from the abusive administration of Jacob Leisler. Among those who signed this petition was Gabriell De Boyteuls. [12]

1691

April 21—The Council of the Colony of New York created an order on petition by “Gabriel Le Bouteux” for payment of damage, done him in Leisler’s time. [13]

1691

September 4—Agnes Constance Le Brun was received, by certificate of the French Reformed church at New Rochelle, into the Dutch Reformed congregation of New York. [14]

1691

September 11—“Order on petition by Rudolphus Varick minister at Brooklyn for arrears of salary. Gabriel Le Bouten. Nicholas Anthony.” [13]

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 Reformed French Church of New York, Elizabeth, the daughter of “Gabriel Le Boyteulx” and “Marquise Fleuriau” was baptized; the ceremony was performed by Rev. Pierre Peiret and the Godparents were Elie Boudinot and Pregente Fleuriau[5]

1692



The ship La Belle Marquise, a small trading vessel of eighty tons bound for Jamacia, being captained by Elias Neau and owned by Gabriel LeBoiteux, was taken by French privateers. During Captain Naud's imprisonment of several years he had little communication with the outside world... some of the communication that did occur was through Pierre and Paul LeBoiteux of Amsterdam. [29]

1692

April—At the French Church in New York, Gabriel Le Boyteulx and his wife Marquise Fleuriau, attended the marriage of Pierre Das and Jeanne Ballett, who were both natives of “de Xaintonge au Royaume,” France. [5]

1692


April—At the French Church in New York, Gabriel Le Boyteulx attended the marriage of Jean Coullon and Marie du Tay; the groom was born in the city of Nyort in Poytou (Poitou) and the bride was born at “de Lisle de Re au Royaume,” France. [5]

1692


June 12—At the French Church in New York, Marquise Fleuriau, the wife of Gabriel Le Boyteulx, attended the marriage of Pierre Morin, native of “de la Rochelle au Royaume de France” son of Pierre Morin merchant and Marie Jamain, daughter of Etenne Jamain, also a merchant of said Rochelle; also in attendance was Pregente Fleuriau[5]

1693

February 16—At New York, about three in the morning, Marquise Le Boyteulx was born to Marquise Fleuriau and Gabriel Le Boyteulx. [5]

1693

February 26—At the Reformed French Church of New York, Marquise, the daughter of “Gabriel Le Boyteulx” and “Marquise Fleuriau” was baptized. [5]

1693

March—Gabriel Le Boyteulx kept a ledger for the French Reformed church at New York City known as, “Accounts of Collections and expenditures March 1693—April 1699.” [15]

1693

March 10—The New York Colonial Council created a warrant for payment to Gabriel Le Boyteulx for his furnishing beef to soldiers. [13]

1693


May 7—At the French Church in New York, Gabriel Le Boyteulx was in attendance when Francois Le Comte, a native of “du pont Leveque en Normandie Royaume de France” and who had been a Roman Catholic, was accepted into the French Reformed Church. [5]

1693 October—Marquise Fleuriau, the wife of Gabriel Le Boyteulx, died probably at New York. [9]

1693
October 11—Marquise Fleuriau, the wife of Gabriel Le Boyteulx, was buried at in "the public cemetery.” [9]

1693-1696 [1] Gabriel Le Boyteulx and Agnes Constance Lebrun were married, probably at New York. [1]

1694

February 14—At the Reformed French Church of New York, “Gabriel Le Boyteulx,” along with Madeleine Peiret, were Godparents at the baptism of Gabriel, the son of Pierre Peiret and Marguerite Latour[5]

1694




July 19—Thursday—Gabriel “Le Beauteaux”, being a member of a Grand Jury of a “Special Court of Oyer and Terminer” held at the City Hall of New York, was sworn. The other members of the jury were William Kid foreman, Gideon LeRoux, Daniel Petro, Fran. Huling, Giles Gaudineau, John Johnson, Augustin Grassett, John Green and Stephen DeLancy who also served as an interpreter; also present were William Pinhorne Esq., Stephen Cortlandt, John Lawrence, Nicholas Bayard and Caleb Heathcote. The court was adjourned and resumed the next morning. [17]

1694


July 20—Friday, 9 AM.—The Grand Jury, of which Gabriel Le Boyteulx was a member, returned an indictment against Cornelius Jacobs “sur proditiore ignoramus.” However, with no person appearing against him the prisoner was discharged. The Grand Jury was discharged and the Court was adjourned. [17]

1694

August 24—Gabriel Le Boyteulx, at the Reformed French Church of New York, attended the funeral of Elizabeth, the wife of Francois Hullin[5]

1694

August 29—Giles Gaudineau of New York, "Phisistian" signed his "last will and testament" which was witnessed by Minister Peiret, Elie Boudinot, Gabriel Le Raycourt [n1] and Jean Barbine. [11]

1694 November 22—Gabriel LeBoytealx sold his land at New Rochelle, New York to Andre Nodine[2]

1695

January 3—The Council of the Colony of New York created an order on complaint of “Gabriel Le Beauteaux” vs. Peter De Lanoy[13]

1696

January 19—At the Reformed French Church of New York, Constance Le Brun, along with Jean Le Cheualier, were Godparents at the baptism of Jean, son of Zacarie Angeuin and Marie Naudin[5]

1696 May—Gabriel LeBoyteulx took an Oath of Alliegience. [2]

1696




May and June—In May, on petition of residents, the subject of constructing a sewer at Broad Street was considered and referred to a committee for examination. In June the committee reported that they had taken the dimensions of the street through which it was proposed to construct the sewer, and found it to be “in length, from the corner of Mr. Le Boyteaux” (present day Water Street) “to the upper well, by Mrs. Van Vleck’s” (Exchange place), “eleven hundred and fifty-eight feet.” This sewer was completed in 1703. [18]

1696

May 17—At the Reformed French Church of New York, “Gabriel le Boiteulx,” along with Anne Cromellin, were Godparents at the baptism of Gabriel, the son of Daniel Stren and Charlotte le Mestre[5]

1696 August 25—At New York, Suzanne Le Boyteulx was born to Agnes Constance Le Brun and Gabriel Le Boyteulx. [5]

1696


September 12—At the Reformed French Church of New York, Susanne, the daughter of “Gabriel le Boyteulx” and “Constance Lebrun” was baptized; the Godparents were Benjamin Godeffroy and Susanne Papin, the wife of Elie Boudinot[5]

1696






September 25—A document titled, "The first letter from the consistory of the French church at New-York, to Mr Elias Neau, a confessor of Jesus Christ upon the gallies, Sept. 25th, 1696"—among the elders who signed this document were Gabriel LeBoyteulx. The long letter praises Neau for his adherrence to his faith and triumph over his enemies—the letter closes as follows, "... We desire you, to receive the small relief, which our church sends you, for an outward refresh rnent of your body, and as a token of her esteem. Pray for us, as we never cease to pray for your liberty, and rest assured, that we are with all possible esteem, your very humble and obedient servants, the minister and the elders of New York, Puret Mister, Elie Boundinot, Gabriel le Boiteux, Barbary, Dronillet (Paul Droilhet), elders." [29]

1696


October 25— At the Reformed French Church of New York, “Gabriel le Boiteulx,” and Suzanne Papin, wife of Elias Boudinot, were Godparents at the baptism of Marie Madelenne, the daughter of Paul Droilhet and Susanne de la Vabre[5]

1697

March 21—At the Reformed French Church of New York, “Gabriel le Boiteulx,” and Elisabeth Gautier, wife of Timothy Archambeau, were Godparents at the baptism of Jeanne, the daughter of Jean Blanchard and Jeanne Gautier[5]

1697

September 5—At the Reformed French Church of New York, “Gabriel le Boyteulx,” and Elisabeth Perdriau, wife of Jean Hastier, were Godparents at the baptism of Ambroise, the son of Ambroise Sicart and Jeanne Perou[5]

1698


February 1—In New York an assessment of real and personal property was made for those living in the Dock Ward of that city. Among those listed was “Gabriel Laboyteaux” with an estate valued at 150 Pounds. Evidently, this was Gabriel’s residence, and it’s possible that the house was located on Pearl Street. [19] [n25]

1698 April 2—Lord Bellomont arrived at New York. 

c1698

A letter without date, headed, “Memoire, presente a milord Belamon Gouveur de Boston et de la Nouvelle York,” and was signed, “Votre &c. Peiret—ministre, Jean Barberie, Elie Boudinot, Paul Drouillet, Gabriel le Boyteulx” [20]

1698 April 4—At New York, Jeanne Le Boyteulx was born to Agnes Constance Le Brun and Gabriel Le Boyteulx. [5]

1698

April 10—At the Reformed French Church of New York, Jeanne, the daughter of “Gabriel le Boyteulx” and “Constance Lebrun” was baptized; the Godparents were Paul Drouillet and Jeanne Doens, the wife of Alexander Allaire[5]

1698

July 3—At the Reformed French Church of New York, “Gabriel le Boyteulx,” and Susanne Drouillet were Godparents at the baptism of Sara, the daughter of Henry Jourdain and his wife Elisabeth. [5]

1698



November 10—A dispute, having arisen among the members and minister of the Dutch Reformed Church in the city of New York, the administrators of the French Reformed Church were asked to look into the substance of this dispute and render advice on how to settle the matter. Among those of the French church who signed the letter giving this advice was Gabriel le Bouteux. [12]

1699


March 7—In New York an assessment of real and personal property was made for those living in the Dock Ward of that city. Among those listed was “Gab Laboyteaux” with an estate valued at 140 Pounds. Evidently this was Gabriel’s residence, and it’s possible that the house was located on Pearl Street. [19]

1699 April—This is the ending date of ledger kept by Gabriel Le Boyteulx, for the French Reformed Church. [15]

1699


May—Folio with heading, “Answer of the gentlemen of the French Church in York to G. Bernon.” The document is dated “York le 22 May 1699” and “appears to be a vindication of the French refugees at New York against the charge of disloyalty to the British government under the administration of Lord Bellamont.” [20]

1699

June 24—A testimonial of the most prominent Merchants of New York, concerning Domine Dellius, Minister at New Albany was written and signed. Among those who signed this document was Gabriel le Boyteulz. [12]

1699

June 25—A Testimonial of the Minister and Elders of the French Church at 'New York, concerning Domine Dellins, Minister at New Albany was written and signed. Among those who signed this document was Gabriel le Boyteulx. [12]

1699


July 15—At the city of New York an assessment of real and personal property was made for those living in the Dock Ward. Among those listed was “Gab Laboyteaux” with an estate valued at 140 Pounds. Evidently this was Gabriel’s residence, and it’s possible that the house was located on Pearl Street. [19] [n2]

1699-1701

During this period it would appear that Gabriel LeBoyteulx moved his residence from the Dock ward to the West ward of the city of New York. [1]

1699

September 10—At the Reformed French Church of New York Gabriel Le Boyteulx attended the marriage of Elie Boudinot Jr. and Marie Catherine Carre[5]

1699 November 19—At New York, Paul Le Boyteulx was born to Agnes Constance Le Brun and Gabriel Le Boyteulx. [5]

1699

November 22—At the Reformed French Church of New York, Paul, the son of “Gabriel le Boyteulx” and “Agnes Constance Lebrun” was baptized; the Godparents were Elie Boudinot Jr.. and his wife Marie Catherine Carre[5]

1700









February 24—At London. Received on this date was a petition of the merchants of New York and among those who signed this petition was Gabriel le Boyteulx: “This province was always governed by powers under the Great Seal of England, independent on the Government of any other place, till the late annexing it to the province of Boston, where the Governor makes his residence, whereby many and great inconveniences happen to His Majesty’s subjects in New York. Petitioner pray that the province may be brought back to its former manner of administration, unconcernered with the Governor of any other place. Signed, Daniel Crommelin, Paul Droilhet, Gabriel le Boyteulx, James Mills, Rip van Dam, Phillip French, Rob. Watts, Matthew Ling, Adolp Philipses, Gab. Minvielle, N. Bayard, Jacob Mayle, Richd. Willett, Louis Carré, Elie Boudinote, J. Belin, N. Jamain, Dav. Jamison, B. Schuyler, J. V. Cortlandt, W. Morris, Jos. Billopp, B. Aske, Eb. Willson, Ou. Swieten, Miles Forster, Tho. Palmer, Will. Anderson, Tho. Wenham, Rob. Lurting, Char. Lodwick, Stephen de Lancey. [21]

1700

March 5—At London. Having received a petition signed by the merchants of New York, the petition was read and the directions for preparation of a Representation was ordered. [21]

1700

September 4—At New York, “Constance Lebrun” wife of “Gabriel le Boyteulx,” and Paul Droilhet were Godparents at the baptism of Marie, the daughter of Auguste Jay and Anne Marie Bayre[5]

1701

September 29—“Gabriell Leboyteaux,” by right of being a freeholder or freeman of the city, voted for Robert White who was elected Assistant to the Alderman for the West ward of New York City. [22]

1701

"Gabriel Le Boyteulx" received a deed for land from Robert Webster in 1701, presumably in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey." [2]

1701-1702 Gabriel Le Boyteulx and family moved from New York to Piscataway, New Jersey. [1]

1703

January 30—John Peterson Marlet (AKA Mellat, Mallat) of Piscataway composed his last will and testament wherein he named his wife as executrix and John Royse and Gabriel Boytoo, both of Piscattaway, as overseers. [6]

c1703 Peter LeBoyteulx was born to Agnes Constance Le Brun and Gabriel Le Boyteulx. [23]

1703 March 23—“Piter” the son of “Gabriell Labersten” was baptized at the Dutch Reformed church at Raritan village. [23]

1704 March 23—"Martin Boakman sold 52 acres in Middlesex County to Gabriel LeBoytoulx." [2]

1704

June 17—“Jantien” LeBoyteux was born at Piscataway, New Jersey to Agnes Constance LeBrun and Gabriel LeBoyteux. [23]

1704

August 1—“Jantien,” the daughter of “Constans” and “Gabriel Beten,” was baptized at the Dutch Reformed church at Raritan Village; the sponsor was “Jantien Cure.” [23]

c1709 Benjamin LeBoyteux was born at Piscataway, New Jersey to Agnes Constance Lebrun and Gabriel Le Boyteux. [23]

1709

April 27—Benjamin, the son of “Gabriel Beten” and wife, was baptized at the Dutch Reformed church at Raritan Village; the sponsor was “Lisebet Beten.” [23]

1710-1714

It is thought that it was during this period that Catherine LaBoyteaux was born to Agnes constance Lebrun and Gabriel LeBoyteux. [1]

1715

May 18—Maria, the daughter of ______(?) Betue and his wife was baptized at the Raritan Dutch Reformed church; the sponsor was Merkeise ______(?). [23]

1724

September 24—"Gabriel Le Boyteux Junr." signed at petition on behalf of Louis Rou, who had been married to his deceased daughter and was the Paster of the French Reformed Church.  [73]  [n35]

1727


November 30—Probably taking place at New York City, Gabriel LeBoyteux was a witness to the signing of the last will and testament of Jacob Fonseca, merchant of New York City; additional witnesses were William Walling and David le Tellier.  [73]  [n36]

1728

March 20—Gabriel LeBoyteux signed his last will and testament. The will mentions wife Constance, son Paul and daughters Catherine and Mary; the witnesses were William Williamson, Peter Williamson and Alexander McDowall[d1]

1728-1734 Gabriel Le Boyteulx died probably near his home at Piscataway, New Jersey. [d1]

1728

December 22—At New Brunswick Dutch Reformed Church—"Agnietje Bettiew" was a sponsor at the baptism of her grandson Gabriel who was the son of Peter Bettieu and Jemymy. [24]

1734 April 10—The last will and testament of Gabriel LeBoyteulx was proved. [d1]

1734

May 9—At the Harlingen Dutch Reformed church, Agnes, listed as "Angenietie Bottue," was a sponsor at the baptism of her grand-daughter Angenietie, the daughter of Jan Bodine and Katgryna Bottue. [25]

c1742


The Plantation, once the residence of Gabriel LeBoyteulx, was sold by his son Paul LeBoyteulx and was in possession of George Vroome at, or about, 1742.[2]   However, another source has the plantation about this same time in possession of Jacob Bogart and in 1746 in possession of Bernardus La Grange. [w3]

1756 The will of Roeloff Sebring. [00]

1756-1776 Agnes Constance Labrun, the widow of Gabriel Le Boyteulx and Roeloff Sebring, died. [1]



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