Notes for Pierre VIDEAU
LDS Film #1957481 Item 1, Group 4, page 14, St. Martin de Re, Ile de Re, 6 Mar 1685 Huguenot register -
Marriage of Pierre VIDEAU merchand from La Rochelle (son of Pierre VIDEAU and Madelleine BURGAND) and Jeanne Elizabeth MAUZE
(daughter of Joseph MAUZE) .
Berkeley County Historical Society web page - http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=syf&id=I0488
Pierre Videau was reportedly a son of Pierre Videau(l) and Madelaine Burgaud. According to First Settlers in South Carolina, 1670-1700, Jeanne Elizabeth Videau's father (Pierre) arrived in South Carolina before October 5, 1698. Also, according to History of the Huguenot Emigration to America, v. 1, p. 297, fn. 4, Pierre Videau (father of Jeanne Elizabeth Videau) "was among the inhabitants of Santee who applied, about the year 1696, to be naturalized with his wife Jeanne Elizabeth (Sleigh) and their daughter Jeanne Elizabeth, born in London, and with their children Pierre Nicholas, Marianne, Marthe Est(h)er, Judith, Jeanne, and Madelaine, born in Carolina."
The Annals of St Thomas and St Denis Parish, Page 8.
A small church was erected, in which divine worship was occasionally celebrated by the Rev. Mr. Prioleau and
the Rev. Dr. LeJeau. The services were well attended. The names of these Huguenot families, as the earliest
on record in the Parish Register, are supposed to have been Bonneau, Bochett, Bellin, Bremar, Brabant,
Bossard, Carriere, DuPre, Dutarque, DeLonguemar, Durant; Duberdeaux, Dubois, Guerin, Joly, Jaudon,
LeJeau, Leroux, Lesesne, Mouzon, Marbeuf, Poitvine, Roulain, St. Martin, Simons or Symonds, Syer,
Sallens, Tresvin, Verine, Verone, Videau and Warbeuf.
Huguenot Society of London, XVIII, Letters of Denization and Acts of Naturalization 1603-1700, page 192.
(1687 Apl. 9). PETER VIDEAU,
ELIZABETH, his daughters
(Note that the french Pierre = english Peter. Where is his wife???)
| HOME | EMAIL | SURNAMES |
Sources for this web site are many, including:
Ola Cook Timmons, Captain John Timmons and his Descendants by Kathy Dodge Loyd, H. F. Prioleau, Happy Heritage by Cannon,
Sermons in Stone by Jason Cockfield, Minute Books of the Hebron Baptist Church, Our Kin by Bernice McCutcheon,
Three Rivers Historical Society,
Old Darlington District Genealogy Chapter,
Berkeley County Historical Society,
Huguenot Settlers in North America,
and the US Census.
Page built by Gedpage Version 2.20 ©2000 on 05 January 2008