Husband: Edmund Jean, De L'Etacq (1 2 3)
Born: Oct 1597 in La Tacq, Jersey, Channel Islands
Married: 25 Apr 1638 in L'Etacq, St Quen, Isle of Jersey
Died: 12 Nov 1674 in La Tacq, Jersey, Channel Islands
Father: Abram Jean
Mother: >>>
Spouses:
Wife: Esther LeRossignol (4 5)
Born: 25 Jan 1612 in L'Etacq, St Ouen, Isle of Jersey
Died: 25 Jun 1672 in La Tacq, Jersey, Channel Islands
Father: Jean LeRossignol
Mother: Rachel Le Gresley
Spouses:
Children
01 (F): Jeanne Jean (6)
Born:
Died:
Spouses:
02 (M): Edmund Jr. Jean (7)
Born: about 1640 in Isle of Jersey, Channel Islands
Died:
Spouses:
03 (F): Katrina Jean (8)
Born:
Died:
Spouses:
04 (M): Jean Jean (9)
Born:
Died:
Spouses:
05 (M): John Gustin (10 11 12 13 14 15 16)
Born:
Died: 03 Jul 1719 in Falmouth (Portland) ME
Spouses: Elizabeth Browne
06 (F): Marguerite Jean (17)
Born:
Died:
Spouses:
Additional Information

Esther LeRossignol:

Buried: Churchyard, L'Etacq, St Ouen, Isle of Jersey

(01) Jeanne Jean:

Christened: 09 Jul 1638, Isle of Jersey, Channel Islands

(03) Katrina Jean:

Christened: 02 Oct 1642, Isle of Jersey, Channel Islands

(04) Jean Jean:

Christened: 08 Jan 1644, Isle of Jersey, Channel Islands

(06) Marguerite Jean:

Christened: 24 Nov 1650, Isle of Jersey, Channel Islands

Footnotes
  1. Frank D. Walker, Derrick Family History (Wheeler, TX - 22 FEB 1957).
  2. Olsen, Wayne, PAF file: Boslow_Anc_Stevens.paf (rec'd via EMail 0n 14 APR 2002).
  3. Haney, Ken<KenHaney@Juno.com>, Haney Family Tree (Ancestry.com).
  4. Weaver,Gustine Courson, Gustine Compendium (Powell & White, Cincinnati), p.36.
  5. Haney, Ken<KenHaney@Juno.com>, Haney Family Tree (Ancestry.com).
  6. Ibid.
  7. Ibid.
  8. Ibid.
  9. Ibid.
  10. Frank D. Walker, Derrick Family History (Wheeler, TX - 22 FEB 1957).

    The following is posted on Rootsweb in a letter from Tom Hoot to Dana Edgecomb dated 8 Dec 1998

    The Jeans were Huguenot refugees and after the Edict of Nantes of 1598 and restated in 1685. Capt. Augustine Jean came to America at Reading, MA. in the spring of 1675 and served in King Phillips War 1675/6 as a sergeant in Captain Turner's company. (VIDE, SOLDIERS IN KING PHILLIP'S WAR - p 491, by Rev George M. Bodge indexed Gustin {Augustin}) At the close of the war (1680) he received from President Danforth, a grant of land at Falmouth, ME. with the privilege of conducting a brick yard. John and Elizabeth settled in Falmouth and brought his in- laws with him This was the fourth lot on what was Broad street, now India street. He bought a small lot of Widow Housing on the west side of the Presumpscot river. He bought land above the falls on the Presumpscot in 1686 of Thomas Cloice and made his home there until May 16, 1690 when the Indians destroyed Falmouth. He bought more land in ME *2. On 26 May 1690 the French and Indians sacked and burned Falmouth. John and family were among the few who escaped. They fled to Lynn, MA. They returned to Falmouth in 1719. Falmouth is now Portland, ME. He was said to be a mariner part of the time and was once captain of a vessel. (Maine was a part of Massachusetts until 1820 when it became an separate state. Falmouth, now Portland ME, is about 200 miles up the coast from Watertown and less by sea, so the latter was probably the means of travel.)

  11. Olsen, Wayne, PAF file: Boslow_Anc_Stevens.paf (rec'd via EMail 0n 14 APR 2002).
  12. James Savage, A Genealogica Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Before 1692 (originally published in Boston 1860-1862).
  13. Sybil Noyes, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire (libby and Dawn, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore 1983), record 16,809.

    John,Falmouth, orig. Augustine le Rossignol Jean, bp. St. Owen's par., Jersey, 9 Jan. 1647, s. of Edmond Jean and w. Esther (le Rossignol). Jestin John, serv. of Jacob Barney of Bass Riv. 1670, poss. same as the Falm. man, who served in Philip's War as Gustin John. M. at Salem 10 Jan. 1676-7 Elizabeth Brown (16). Of Reading in June 1677, he sold his Jersey prop (Suff. D. x. 131). Falm. gr. with liberty for a brickyd. 1680; bot in 1686 from the Cloyes fam. and liv. on Presumpscot River until driven to Lynn, returning 1714-16. Lists 225a, 228c, 229. Will, husbandm., Falm., wit. by three York men, 3 July 1719 (inv. 4 Apr. 1720) names w. Elizabeth, 7 ch., favoring three youngest sons who had been helpful to them. She liv. 10 Apr. 1729, app. dead 21 May 1731. Kn. ch: Sarah, m. in Salem 20 July 1704 Jonathan Bly. Samuel, b. ab. 1681, mov. to Conn. ?Elizabeth, poss. a dau., not in will, m. in Boston 12 Aug. 1708 James -Lowle-. In 1714 John Nicholson and Elizabeth -Lower- gave evid. ab. the Me. land. Rec. Lynn: John, b. 5 Nov. 1691, went to Conn. and N. J. Abigail, b. 9 Dec. 1693, m. (int. Lynn 1 Nov 1712) Thos. Fuller. Ebenezer, b. 4 Oct. 1696, shipwright. Falm. soldier 1722, 1725. With br. David indebted to Phineas Jones est. 1743; Gustin & Co. ment. same time. At Louisburg 1745; finally settl. at Phipsburg. W. Isabel. Ch. rec. Falm: Elizabeth, b. 31 Oct. 1723. Thomas, b. 5 Mar. 1698-9, went to Conn. David, b. 6 Feb. 1702-3, husbandman. Falm. soldier 1722, 1725. W. Jane or Jean; 9 ch. bp. Falm. 1728-50. Of Topsham, adm. to Saml. Winchell 11 June 1766.

  14. Tom Hoot, Ebenezer Gustin (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com).
  15. John Gustin Will.
  16. Weaver,Gustine Courson, Gustine Compendium (Powell & White, Cincinnati).
  17. Haney, Ken<KenHaney@Juno.com>, Haney Family Tree (Ancestry.com).
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