The Huguenot Society

of the

Founders of Manakin in the Colony of Virginia

From English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records, Louis des Cognets., Jr., pp. 264-6

A List of ye French Refugees 1700

Pierre Delorme and his wife
Marguerite Sene and her daughter
Magdalaine Mirtle
Jean Videau
Tertulien Sebuet, his wife and two children
Pierre Chastain, his wife and five children
Philippe Duvivier
Pierre Nace, his wife and their two daughters
Francois Cleu, Symon Sardin
Soubragon and Jacques Nicolay
Pierre du Toy, Abraham Nicod
Pierre Mallet, Fragou Coupet
Jean Oger, his wife and three children
Jean Saye
Elizabeth Augeliere
Jean and Claude Mallifaut with their ***
Isaac Chabanas, his son and Catharine Bomard
Etienne Chastain, Adam Vignes
Jean Menager and Jean Lesnard
Etienne Badouet, Pierre Morriset
Jedron Chamboux and his wife
Isaac Faury and Jerome Dumas
Joseph Bourgoian, David Bernard
Jean Chivas and his wife
Jean Tardieu, Jean Moreau
Jaques Roy and his wife
Abraham Sablet and his two children
Quintin Chasalain and Michal Roux
Jean Guichet, his wife and three children
Henry Cabanis, his wife and one child
Jaques Sayre, Jean Boisson
Francois Bosse, Jean Fouchie
Francois Saffin, Andre Cochet
Jean Guary, his wife and one child
Jaques Hulyn, his wife and four children
Pierre Perrat and his wife
Isaac Sanetier, Jean Parransos, his sister
Elie Timson, his wife and Elizabet Tignal
Antoine Twichard, Jean Boarru and Jean Bouchet
Jaques Boyer, Elizabet Mingot
Catharine Godnat, Pierre la Cougon
Jean and Michel Cautepie, his wife and two children
Jaques Bronet, his wife and two children
Abraham Moulin and his wife
Francois Billet, Pierre Corante
Etienne Gudvin, Rene Massendau
Francois du Tastie, Isaac Avery
Jean Parmentier, David Thonitier and his wife
Moyse Leuveau, Pierre Tillou
Marie Leusque, Jean Constantin
Claud Bardon, his wife
Jean Imbert and his wife
Elizabet Fleury, Loys du Pyn
Jaques Richard and his wife
Adam and Marie Prevost
Jaques Vivas and his wife
Jaques Brousse, his child
Pierre Covau, Louya Bon
Isaac Fordet, Jean Pepuy (?)
Jean Gaillard and his son
Anthonie Matton and his wife
Isaac Lueadou and his wife
Louys Orange, his wife and one child
Daniel Taune and two children
Pierre Cupper, Daniel Roy
Magdalain Gigon, Pierre Gielet
Jean Jovany, his wife and two children
Pierre Ferner, his wife, one child
La Vifue Faure and four children
Isaac Arnaud and his wife
Pierre Chatasnieer, his wife and his brother
Jean Fouasse, Jaques Bibeau
Jean March, Catharine Billot
Marie and Symon Jouidon
Abraham Minot
Timothy Moul, his wife, one child
Jean Savin, his wife, one child
Jean Sargenton, his wife, one child
Claude Philipe and his wife
Gainel Stuster, Pierre de Come
Helen Trubyer

59 women or girls
38 Children
108 Men
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205 persons. Mess'rs de la Muce and de Sailly Fout

in all 207 persons

Virginia, Jamees Town, July 31, 1700

This is a true copy. Olivier de la Muce, Ch. de Sailly

Received of ye hon'ble Marquis de la Muse & Char. de la Sailly ye summe of nine hundred fourty five pounds in full for ye passage of two hundred and five people aboard ye ship Mary Ann bound for Virginia.
I say received this 19th April 1700 - Geo. Hawes

Witness - Alexander Clerrer

Virginia, James City, July 31st 1700.

This is a true copy.

Olivier de la Muce, Ch. de Sailly

This is a true copy, the original being in the custody of Fr. Nicholson


List of French Refugees at Manican Town, March 6th 1701/2

Mallet
Champagne
Moullins
Tariy
Chastain
Dutout
Nicod
Joanny
Minot
Gorry
Billebo
Tanure
Parrantes
Levraux
Tillion
Voye
Baret
Gorry Lejeune
Panctie
Amonet
Morisett
Rapme
Chambon
Perru
Maton
Cabany
Breusse
Guerran
M. Chastain
Cornu
Imber
Jean Saye
Soullie
Vigne

Guerrin
Petit
Verasse
Chatagne
Sassin
Dutart
Torin
Bernard
Richard
Soblet
Morell
Bollard
Cantipie
Fonville
Hugo
Theodore
Roux
Robert
Malaut
Le Febure
Martin
Trion
Bossard
Blouet
Michell
Picot
Villain
Menetruere
Remy
Givaudan
Bening
Chabran
Malard

Caillou
LaVeifre
Le Toix
Sobriche
Massan
Gonthier
Clapier
Joseph
Broke
Castige
Mzel
Marche
Richer
Preriot
Samuel
Lucadon
Durand
Passeur
Du Clos
Bognan
Hugon
Giraut
La Goufaut
Vaillant
Faisant
Mr. Aubrey
Mr. de Joux
Mr. Philippe
Verry
Mr. Sale



Land allocated to the French Refugees at Manican on October 26th, 1704 totalled:

10,033 Acres, 3 Roods, 19 Poles