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Jacques Brousse (Bruce) Manakintown VA 1700
Posted by: Sam Bruce (ID *****4445) Date: May 17, 2007 at 07:10:38
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2.       i.       JACQUES-2 BROUSSE.

The previous note is the marriage announcement from the Registere of the La Patente de Soho Church, London, the marriage was performed on 21 April 1690, at the La Patente de Spitalfields Church, London,

Brousse 16 Feb. 1693, Sarra, daughter of Mr. Jaques and Miss Sarra Le Cornu. Baptized by Mr. Lombard, Min. Godfather, Mr. Jaques Barbot; Godmother, Miss Louie Le Cornu. Born 1 February.

Brousse 1696 13 Sept. Marie, daughter of Jacque, merchant and Sara Cornut. Baptized by Mr. J. Gillet, minister. Godfather Mr. Elie Aubin, Captain of the regiment of Marton. Godmother Miss Marie Chaigneau. Born 8 September.

Notes: Huguenot blood, Landed in Manakin Town ,VA in 1700, on the ship, The Mary and Ann. 2

"Passenger & Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s Record"
Name: Jaques Brousse
Year: 1700. Place: Virginia. Family Members: Child. Source Publication Code: 9230
Primary Immigrant: Brousse, Jaques
Annotation: List refugees from London who arrived on James River on July 23, 1700. Also in no. 720, Boyer, Ship Passenger Lists, the South, pp. 86-89; and in no. 9143, Tepper, New World Immigrants, Vol 1. pp. 439-443. Source Bibliography: TURNER, WALTER LeSUEUR , contributor. "Communication from Governor Francis Nicholson of Virginia Regarding Huguenot Refugees on Board Ship Mary and Ann." In the Huguenot, vol 6 (1933), pp. 82-86. Page: 85

"Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s - 1900s Record"
Name: Jaques Brousse. Year: 1700. Place: Virginia. Family Members: Child
Source Publication Code: 9143. Primary Immigrant: Brousse, Jaques
Annotation: Covers: 27, 500 Immigrants from the years 1618 - 1878, with excellent index. Similar lists are in Boyer, nos. 0702, 0714, and 0720. Source Bibliography: TEPPER, MICHAEL , editor. New World Immigrants: A Consolidation of Ship Passenger Lists and Associated Data from Periodical Literature. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1979. 568 p. and 602p. Repr. 1980. Vol. 1. Page: 442.

Elected to the Vestry at Monocantown, Huguenot Emigration to Virginia (HEV) and the Settlement at Manakin-Town, Virginia Historical Society, R. A. Brock. 1973. p. 70. 3

Listed to receive supplies from “Ye Miller of Falling Creek Mill,” HEV, p.26. 4

Naturalized as “James Brousse” by An Act-Naturalization of French Huguenots-1705, Laws of Virginia, Waverly Winfree, 1971, p 39-41. 5

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