See also

Jean Barberie (1641-1727)

 

Jean Barberie son of Thobye Barberie and Marie Le Reverend was born in 1641.

 

He married Anna De Lancey daughter of Jacques De Lancy and Marguerite Bertrand in France.1

He. Jean Barberie was a Huguenot (French Protestant). If you were a Hugenot you were classified as 'the unliving', ie. you did not existand. Any records with your name on it were altered. [032]

Jean Barberie had his name removed from birth records as well at the Armorial De Paris (the French Heraldic Coat of Arms). [032]

His wife was the sister of his friend Estienne De Lancey. She was a Huguenot and died in France but there is no record. [032]

According to family tradition, Jean, a Huguenot fled from his churc hin France in 1685 by escaping though a window and departing on the back of a donkey. Apparently, a Catholic priese and a long time friend of the family warned Jean of the fact that soldiers were on their way to arrest him for being a Huguenot that would not convert to catholicism. The priest arranged for a boat in Calais to take Jean,his two sons, and Estienne De Lancey to England. [032]

They went to Roterdam via Calais and then to London. Jean entered England under the name Jean Barberie de Saint Contest. [032].

Jean lived in France in 1685.1

Jean lived in England on Jan 5, 1687/88.1

Jean lived in New York City, NY on Apr 24, 1688.1

Jean lived in 1709.

Jean died in 1727.

 

 

Anna De Lancey1 was the daughter of Jacques De Lancy ( - ) and Marguerite Bertrand ( - ). She and Jean Barberie had the following children:

 

Sources

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Personal Research/Notes. Custom Id: 8;