The Old Booksmith


Descendancy Narrative of Pierre Gastineau






I.

Pierre1 Gastineau ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente in Spittlefields from 1689 to 1785," Publications of The Huguenot Society of London (London: Huguenot Society of London, 1898), Marriage Record]. He was born before 1642 in Poitou, France [this is inference]. He married Elizabeth Herbert c.1660 in Lusignan, France ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785," Marriage Record; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau (np:npub, nd), p. 5]. He was a stocking maker and received relief in 1682 in Threedneedle Street, London, England [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 5]. He died before 1692 London? [Inference based on "Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785," Marriage Record].

A.

Jean2 Gastineau [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 6].

B.

Magdeleine2 Gastineau [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 6].

C.

Elizabeth2 Gastineau was born 24 January 1664 Pamproux, Lusignan, Poitou, France [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 6].

D.

Mathurin2 Gastineau [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 5; "Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785," Marriage Record]. His surname appears also as Gattineau, Gatino, and Gatineau ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"]. He was born 23 July 1666 Lusignan, Vienne, Poitou, France ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785," Marriage Record; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 5].

He married Jeanne Chabousant, daughter of Jean Chaboussant and Catherine Bellet, 8 November 1692 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785," Marriage Record; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4].

He was admitted to the Weavers Company as a "foreign master" on five pounds fine, 15 July 1693 London, England ["Extracts from the Court Books of the Weavers Company of London, 1610-1730," Publications of the Huguenot Society of London (London: The Huguenot Society of London, 1931)]. He was listed as a Master weaver in 1694 London, England, and also in July 1712 ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"].

In December 1698, he was living in Little Pearl Street, Stepney, and in February 1700 in Pearl Street, Stepney. By July 1701, he was living in Win Court, Stepney. By September 1702, he was back in Pearl Street, and in January 1704, he is listed again in Little Pearl Street. In March 1709, in July 1712, and in February 1715, he was in Pearl Street, Stepney. ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"]. [NOTE: "Pearl Street" and "Little Pearl Street" may or may not be the same address; I haven't been able to determine this because Stepney is now part of Greater London and many of the street names have changed.]

He witnessed the baptism of Jean Bollon 7 April 1701 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"]. He witnessed the baptism of Marie Gastineau on 5 October 1704 La Patente, Spitalfields, London. He witnessed the baptism of Louise Brard on 8 May 1709 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England. ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"].

In December 1707, he and his wife both are described in a baptismal record as "refugees living in Spittlefields" or "living in refuge in Spittlefields" — implying that both were born in France. He was naturalized in 1709 in London ["Letters of Denization and Acts of Naturalization for Aliens in England & Ireland, 1701-1800," Publications of the Huguenot Society of London (London: Huguenot Society of London, 1923), Oath roll ("Skin") 5].

He wrote a will on 16 November 1747 which was probated 3 February 1749 in London [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4] — implying that he died between 17 November 1747 and 1 February 1749.

1.

Louise3 Gastineau was born 18 October 1694 Spitalfields, London, England. She was baptized 22 October 1694 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4]. She witnessed the baptism of Louise Brard on 8 May 1709 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"].

2.

Jean3 Gastineau was born 17 November 1695 London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4]. He was baptized 20 November 1695 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"].

3.

Pierre Mathurin3 Gastineau was born 27 May 1697 London, England and was baptized 28 May 1697 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4]. He died before February 1700 London, England.

4.

Anne3 Gastineau was born 17 December 1698 London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4]. She was baptized 19 December 1698 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"].

5.

Pierre3 Gastineau was born 1 February 1700 London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4]. He was baptized 7 February 1700 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"].

6.

Maturin3 Gastineau Jr was born on 8 July 1701 London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4]. He was baptized 16 July 1701 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"]. He arrived, probably as an indentured servant, before 1730 in Wicomico Hundred, Virginia [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 5]. He first appears (as "Matthew Gastinew") in the household of Joseph Cottman.

In 1735, he was living at Nanicoke Hundred, Virginia [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 5], appearing in the household of John Hovington. In 1736, he apparently had a separate househould at Nanicoke Hundred which included Joseph Allphew [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 5]. He bought 100 A. from Edward Kellam in 1757 on the north side of Barren Creek, Somerset County, Maryland [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 5].

He wrote a will in 1765 naming no heirs (i.e., no surviving children. . . ?), but he did name his younger brother, George Lewis, as executor. He died in 1765 Somerset County, Maryland. [Email message from Janie Budd, 9 April 1999; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4.]

7.

Charles3 Gastineau was born 9 September 1702 London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4]. He was baptized on 16 September 1702 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"]. He died in 1780, probably in London [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4].

8.

Isaac3 Gastineau was born 6 January 1704 London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4]. He was baptized 10 January 1704 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"].

9.

Anne Marie3 Gastineau was born 20 February 1705 London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4]. She was baptized 28 February 1705 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"].

10.

Marthe3 Gastineau was born 13 August 1706 London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4]. She was baptized 20 August 1706 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"].

11.

Pierre3 Gastineau was born 13 December 1707 London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4]. He was baptized 18 December 1707 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"]. Like most of his family, he was a weaver [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4].

12.

Jeanne3 Gastineau was born 14 March 1709 London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4]. She was baptized 16 March 1709 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England; the sponsor was her uncle, Lewis Gastineau ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4].

13.

Jacob3 Gastineau was born 27 July 1710 London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4]. He was baptized 1 August 1710 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"].

He may have been the "Jacob Gastine" recruited as an indentured servant, 18 April 1726, to Samuel Gloynes of Pennsylvania [Emigrants to America: Indentured Servant Recruits in London, 1718–1733; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4.

14.

Abraham3 Gastineau was born 4 July 1712 London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4]. He was baptized 5 July 1712 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"].

15.

Elizabeth3 Gastineau was born 20 July 1713 London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4]. She was baptized 26 July 1713 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"].

16.

George3 Gastineau was born 13 February 1715 London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"]. He was baptized 20 February 1715 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"].

17.

Guillaume3 (or "William") Gastineau was born 1 July 1716 London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4]. He was baptized 8 July 1716 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"].

18.

George Lewis3 Gastineau ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente in Spittlefields from 1689 to 1785," p. 4]. A common variant name at this time was Gatineau. He married Mary ---(?)--- [Email message from Janie Budd, 9 April 1999].

He was related to Matthew Gastineau but in what way is not yet known. They apparently were not brothers. [Email message from John C. Lyon, 22 November 1998.] He also was related to my own ancestor, George Gastineau; was George a great-nephew of George Lewis?

He was born on 3 November 1717 London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"], and was baptized 17 November 1717 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"].

He appeared on the tax list of 1738 in Somerset County, Maryland [Email message from John C. Lyon, 22 November 1998].

George arrived in the New World in 1740 by serving in the British army in the War of Jenkins Ear — one of the less well-known of Britain's imperialist wars in the Caribbean [Email message from Janie Budd, 9 April 1999].

On 24 November 1753, in Somerset County, Maryland, George — together with Morgan & Bridget Corderi — witnessed the will of Samuel Melson, a planter [Maryland Calendar of Wills (Westminster, MD: Family Line Publications, 1993), Vol. 11 (1753-1760), p. 116]. He also is mentioned before 1762 as proprietor of "Gastineau's Landing," south side of Barren Creek, in Gilbert Huffington's patent for the adjacent tract, "Stoppage." Barren Creek is opposite present day Mardela Springs, in what is now Wicomico, Somerset County, Maryland [Email message from John C. Lyon, 22 November 1998].

In 1765, he witnessed the will of Maturin Gastineau Jr [Email message from Janie Budd, 9 April 1999; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4].

In August 1766, in Somerset County, Maryland, George was sued for a £50 debt by George Brown in the August session of court [Email message from John C. Lyon, 22 November 1998].

He wrote a will on 4 October 1768 in Somerset County, in which he names his children: "Jno." [i.e., Job], Elizabeth, Mary, Tabitha Messick, and Jane Russell. Tract: "Chance." Executrix: Wife, Mary Gastineau. Witnesses: John Stanford, John & Sarah Read. [Folio 63, no. 601]. He died between 15 October and 13 December 1768 in Somerset County, Maryland. His will was probated 14 December 1768. [Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 14 (1767-1772), p. 60.]

a).

Jane4 Gastineau [Email message from Janie Budd, 9 April 1999].

b.)

Tabitha4 Gastineau [Email message from Janie Budd, 9 April 1999].






NOTE: Janie Budd deserves full credit for locating — and recognizing — the source material that conclusively identified George Lewis Gastineau as the father of Job Gastineau Sr., BELOW, who has long been known to be the progenitor of the senior line of the Gastineau family in the United States.

For various reasons, the correct connection between Job Sr. and my George Gastineau still eludes family researchers — but it certainly exists. Therefore, I feel reasonably certain in accepting at least the ancestry of George Lewis as my own, . . . even if I can not yet tell the flavor of that connection.






c.)

Job4 Gastineau Sr. According to Alma Owens Tibbals, he was "of the Huguenot family that came with emigrants brought over from England and France by the Ohio Land Company of Virginia under George Mercer and George Washington. These people made settlements on a large tract of land granted them by the King of England prior to 1776" [Alma Owens Tibbals, A History of Pulaski County, Kentucky (Bagdad, KY: Grace Owens Moore, 1952), pp. 39-41].

Job was born between 1745 and 1750, possibly in Maryland [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, or in 1755 in Virginia [Pulaski County Historical Society, Pulaski County, Kentucky, Cemetery Records (Somerset, KY: Pulaski County Historical Society, 1976)], or in 1764 in France [Tibbals, History of Pulaski County, Kentucky, pp. 39-41]. NOTE: Tibbals is certainly wrong in this last statement!

He witnessed the will of his father, George Lewis Gastineau, 4 October 1768 Somerset County, Maryland [Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 14 (1767-1772), p. 60].

He married 1st Elizabeth Nutterwell, daughter of Robert Nutterwell and Mary Unknown, c.1770, possibly in Maryland. He witnessed the probate of the will of Robert Nutterwell in 1775. Job was possibly the father, by Elizabeth Nutterwell, of my direct ancestor, George Gastineau. [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau]






It has been claimed, and accepted by the Daughters of the American Revolution, that Job enlisted for Revolutionary War service 2 January 1777 Middlebrook, Augusta County, Virginia: GASTINEAU, Job: born 1760, died 1856. m. Elizabeth Mercer Brown. Pvt., Virginia. [DAR Patriot Index, Centennial edition (Washington, DC: National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1994), p. 261]

HOWEVER: This Revolutionary War service record actually is for Job GASKINS, whose enlistment at Middle Brook, Virginia on 2 January 1777 for three years' service is well documented (though he served only until the end of December 1779). There is no indication, contemporary or otherwise, that Gaskins can be accepted as the equivalent of Gastineau, and no indication that this individual was ever anywhere near Princess Anne County.

Mrs. S. A. Frye of Somerset, Kentucky, contended (in her considerable correspondence in the 1960s, often quoted by later and less experienced researchers) that Job's Revolutionary War service record is taken from Saffell's Virginia Soldiers (p. 267): Job Gastineau, Private, 12th Virginia Company, 30 November 1778, under Capt. John Gregory, in Col. Daniel Moran's Co.

HOWEVER: John W. Dudley, Assistant Archivist, Virginia State Library (Richmond), has stated that "An examination of W. T. R. Saffell's Records of the Revolutionary War reveals that the references on p. 267 pertain to one Job GASKINS rather than to Job Gastineau."

Dr. John E. Manahan, Professor of History at Virginia State University (and a reliable genealogist) also has said that the name Gastineau has never been spelled Gaskins, as he himself is of the Gaskins lineage of Virginia and is familiar with their pedigree.






Job married 2nd Elizabeth Mercer Brown, daughter of John Brown and Elizabeth Mercer, c.1781, possibly in Maryland [Tibbals, History of Pulaski County, Kentucky, pp. 39-41; Ancestral File; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau]. She apparently was the daughter of John Brown & Elizabeth Mercer (who was a daughter of Robert Mercer II & Ann Mounce). George Mercer (Robert's brother?) was supposedly involved with George Washington in the Ohio Land Company (formed 1748).

On 17 February 1790, "Joab Gastineau" received a survey on 316 acres, south side of Middle Fork, Holston River, Washington County, Virginia [Lewis Preston Summers, History of Southwest Virginia, 1746-1786; Washington County, 1777-1870 (Richmond, VA: J. L. Hill Printing Co, 1903), p. 1219]. He received an additional land grant for 279 acres on Neil Branch, Middle Fork, Holston River, which was witnessed by George Gastineau.

In 1803, Job and Elizabeth Gaskenew sold to James Grimes 175 acres in Washington County, Virginia (Washington County, Virginia, Deed Books, Book 3, p. 120). This land originally was granted 5 June 1774 to John Hopton, was later sold to James Anderson, and was then inherited by his son, William Anderson on 19 October 1799 [Summers, History of Southwest Virginia, p. 812]. In 1807, Job and Elizabeth Gastinian sold to William Stalcup 125 acres in Washington County, Virginia [Washington County, Virginia, Deed Books, Book 4, p. 64].

By family tradition, Job took his family from Virginia to Pulaski County, Kentucky, just before 1810, "buying most of the land." They settled in a "good" part of the county. [NOTE: I've prowled around in that part of the county several times in the past few years and I can testify that it wasn't that good. . . .]

Job appeared on the 1810 census in Pulaski County, Kentucky:

     Gastineau, Job
     Males:     16-26 - 1
                      over 45 - 1
     Females:  10-16 - 1
                      over 45 - 1

Job and Hannah Rogers, daughter of Edward Rogers and Hannah Borden, obtained a marriage license on 30 October 1812 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, and they were married 8 November 1812 [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau; Ancestral File]. (His 3rd wife, her 2nd husband).

He most likely died c.1826 in Pulaski County, Kentucky [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau]. It used to be claimed that he died in 1856 or 1857 at the age of 100 years or more [Tibbals, History of Pulaski County, Kentucky, pp. 39-41], but this is now recognized as an erroneous conflation of two different "Job Gastineaus."

(1.)

Job5 Gastineau Jr. was born 1784(?) Washington County, Virginia [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 3]. He married Sarah Ann Hayes, daughter of James Hayes & Elizabeth Lemon, 14 February 1805 Washington County, Virginia, by Rev. Charles Hardy [Beverley Fleet (ed), Washington County, Virginia, Marriage Register, 1782-1820 (Virginia Colonial Abstracts, vol. 34) (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co, 1961), p. 35].

Job Jr. appeared on the 1810 census of Pulaski County, Kentucky:

     Gastinue, Job
     Males:     under 10 - 1
                      16-26 - 1
                      26-45 - 1
     Females:  under 10 - 2
                      16-26 - 1
                      26-45 - 1

He died in 1867 Pulaski County, Kentucky [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 3].

(a.)

Susan6 Gastineau. She was born 26 July 1806 Pulaski County, Kentucky. She married James Price, [date unknown].

(b.)

William6 Gastineau was born 16 November 1809 Pulaski County, Kentucky. He married Matilda Godby, 1 January 1829 Pulaski County, Kentucky.

(c.)

Isaac6 Gastineau was born in 1811 Pulaski County, Kentucky. He married Polly Todd.

(d.)

George6 Gastineau was born 25 May 1813 Pulaski County, Kentucky. He married Frances Ann Hubble, 1831 Pulaski County, Kentucky. He died 9 March 18___ Pulaski County, Kentucky.

((1.))

William Harrison7 Gastineau was born 15 January 1835 Pulaski County, Kentucky. He married Margaret Ann Greer, __ October 1854 Pulaski County(?), Kentucky.

((a.))

Milton Crockett8 Gastineau was born 18 September 1857 Pulaski County, Kentucky. He married Emily Susan Yancey, 9 March 1882 Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky. He died 6 January 1929 Dewey County, Oklahoma.

(((1.)))

Felix Thomas9 Gastineau was born 4 December 1888 Crawfordsville, Montgomery County, Indiana. He married Grace Rice, 2 June 1918 Weatherford, Oklahoma. He was an opthalmologist in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and died there 3 June 1955.

(((a.)))

Clifford Felix10 Gastineau.

(((b.)))

Maj. Robert Milton10 Gastineau.

(e.)

Chrisley6 Gastineau married Elizabeth Todd. He was born in 1815 Pulaski County, Kentucky.

(f.)

James6 Gastineau was born 24 March 1817 Pulaski County, Kentucky. He married Susan McBee Barrow, daughter of James Barrow & Nancy McKensie, c.1836 Pulaski County, Kentucky; they had 11 children.

(g.)

Betsy6 Gastineau was born 29 March 1815 [or perhaps 1819 . . .] Pulaski County, Kentucky. She married Noah Lee. Many descendants of this line presently live in Pulaski, Lincoln, and Garrard Counties, Kentucky.

(h.)

Rachel6 Gastineau was born 26 August 1819 [or perhaps 1821 . . .] Pulaski County, Kentucky. She married William Newman. Descendants of this line mostly live in the southwestern states.

(i.)

Mary6 Gastineau was born 1821 or 1823 Pulaski County, Kentucky. She married William Dutton.

((1.))

Nancy Caroline7 Dutton. She married Hiram Hall Oakes.

(2.)

Marguerite5 Gastineau was born 1783 Washington County, Virginia [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 3]. She died 1831 Pulaski County, Kentucky — apparently unmarried. [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 3].

(3.)

Charles5 Gastineau was born c.1786 Washington County, Virginia [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 3]. He married Ann Douglas, 1812 Pulaski County, Kentucky. He died 1834 Pulaski County, Kentucky [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 3].

(4.)

William5 Gastineau was born c.1787 Virginia [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 3.). He married Elizabeth Barron, 1808 Pulaski County, Kentucky.

(5.)

Henry5 Gastineau was born c.1790 Virginia [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 3].

(6.)

Elizabeth5 Gastineau was born c.1792 Virginia [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 3]. She married John Douglas, 1810 Pulaski County, Kentucky. She died before 1820 Pulaski County, Kentucky [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 3].

(7.)

Marion5 Gastineau was born c.1795 Virginia [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 3].

(8.)

Jesse5 Gastineau was born c.1800 Virginia. He never married [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 3].

d.)

Elizabeth4 Gastineau [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4].

e.)

Mary4 Gastineau [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 4].

E.

Pierre2 Gastineau was born 13 February 1669 Pamproux, Lusignan, Poitou, France [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 6].

F.

Marie2 Gastineau was born 21 March 1670 Pamproux, Lusignan, Poitou, France [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 6].

G.

Louis Salomon2 Gastineau was born 21 January 1673 Pamproux, Lusignan, Poitou, France ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"; Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 6]. He witnessed the baptism of Anne Gastineau, 19 December 1698 La Patente, Spitalfields, London, England ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"]. He married Anne Thomas before 1708 ["Registers of the Church Known as La Patente . . . 1689 to 1785"].

H.

Marguerite2 Gastineau was born 14 January 1676 Pamproux, Lusignan, Poitou, France [Budd, Ancestors of George (Sr.) Gastineau, p. 6].