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Peter LeBoyteulx   1703-

AKA:  v28
Born when:   c1703 [1]
Baptized when:   23 March, 1703
Father:   Gabriel LeBoyteulx
1st married when: 1725-1728
Spouse 1: Jemima Bries(?)
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Line of Descent:   Peter   <   Gabriel   <   Paul
Born where:   Piscataway, NJ
Baptized Where:   Dutch Reformed Church, Raritan Village, NJ
Mother:   Agnes Constance Le Brun
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Religious affiliations:   Dutch Reformed
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Children:   Gabriel, Joseph, Paul, Maria, John Peter,
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Known residences:   New Jersey, Middlesex Co., Piscataway; New Brunswick



Jemima Bries(?) [n49]   c1706-

AKA:  v29
Born when:   c1706
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Spouse 1: Peter LeBoyteulx
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Children:   Gabriel, Joseph, Paul, Maria, John Peter,
Known residences:   New Jersey, Middlesex Co., Piscataway; New Brunswick
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Timeline of Peter LeBoyteulx and Jemima


c1703 Peter LeBoyteulx was born to Agnes Constance Le Brun and Gabriel Le Boyteulx. [1]

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

c1728 Gabriel Laboyteaux was born near New Brunswick, New Jersey to Jemima and Peter LeBoyteulx. [1]

1728

December 22—Gabriel, the son of “Peter Bettieu” and wife "Jemymy", was baptized at the Dutch Reformed church at New Brunswick, New Jerey; "Agnietje Bettiew", Gabriel's grandmother, was a sponsor. [24]

c1731 Joseph Laboyteaux was born near Piscatawy, New Jersey to Jemima and Peter LeBoyteulx. [1]

1731 March 14—“Josup”, the son of “Pieter Betu”, was baptized at the Dutch Reformed church at Raritan Village. [23]

c1733 Paul Laboyteaux was born near New Brunswick, New Jersey to Jemima and Peter LeBoyteulx. [1]

1733

April 15—“Poules”, the son of “Piter Puetue” and wife "Jemyme", was baptized at the Dutch Reformed church at Raritan Village—the sponsor was Mariya Puetue. [23]

c1735 Maria Laboyteaux was born near New Brunswick, New Jersey to Jemima and Peter LeBoyteulx. [1]

1735

August 7—“Marya”, the daughter of “Pieter Petue” and his wife "Jemyma", was baptized at the Dutch Reformed church at Raritan Village—the sponsor was Marya Petue. [23]

c1737 John Laboyteaux was born near New Brunswick, New Jersey to Jemima and Peter LeBoyteulx. [1]

c1738 Peter Laboyteaux was born near New Brunswick, New Jersey to Jemima and Peter LeBoyteulx. [1]

1738 April 16—Peter, the son of Peter "Botdon" and his wife "Eme," was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church of New Brunswick—the sponsor was "Catrena Bodin." [103] [54]

1746 November 29—Peter Le Boyteaux was a witness to Hendrick Smock of Piscataway signing his last will and testament.  [98]

c1750

"Peter Labryteulx", living at Piscataway Township, was included on a list of Middlesex County Freeholders—the list was returned by Sheriff John Deare. [97]

1752

December 14—Peter "Leboyteux", living at Piscataway Township, was included on a list of Middlesex County Freeholders. [96]



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