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Jonas Larroway, United Empire Loyalist, born 1731 Schoharie Co. NY, was descended from the LeRoy dit Audy family who settled in New France (now Quebec) from France in 1668. The LeRoy surname underwent great changes, becoming LeRoy dit Audy or Ody in New France, and Laraway or LeRoy in the United States. Jonas was my 5th great-grandfather and he married in 1754 in Schoharie NY, Elizabeth (Betsy) Muller, daughter of Johannes Nicholas Muller and Maria Dorothea Wuest, a Palatine line.
Simeon LeRoy dit Audy was born in Creances Normandy. Simeon settled first in the fief or seigneurie of St.-Joseph or L'espinay, Charlesbourg, near the Charles River which belonged to the Hebert- Couillard de L'espinay family in Quebec, Canada in October 1668
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Sometime between may 1681 and November 1682 Simeon took or sent his second son, Jean, to st. Joseph, Charlesbourg to live with his godfather, Jean Giron and took his wife and most (if not all) of their young children to Albany, New York in the United States. In or before 1689 he moved to Kingston, Ulster county, New York. In 1689 he rented a house that beonged to Jochem Hendrickse
Simeon fell on hard times in his old age and on March 1, 1708 the trustees of Kingston New York gave him a pair of shoes and a load of wood and paid for the burial of his wife (Minutes Of The Trustees of Kingston, March 1, 1708). It is thought that Simeon died soon after his last mention in the Ulster County New York tax list of 1710.Simeon was a Roman Catholic but his children became protestants and married protestants. The first 9 of the 11 children of Simeon and Claude were born in Quebec.The two youngest were born in New York, probably Kingston, Ulster County
Leonard-Remi Le Roy was born Catholic but married in the Dutch Protestant Church of New York as Jonar Larua. He later became known as Jonas Laraway and is the father of the Larroway line of New York and Ontario. At his marriage, the listing is:
Jonas LARROY born in Cubeck [Quebec] & Maria OEYCKE [Usiele] born on Staaten Eyland [Staten Island], res. in Packkeepsen [Poughkeepsie] 28 Sept 1703, Kingston RDC.
LeROY to LARROWAY 1 Richard ROI aka ROY Born: Abt 1610 Coutances, Normandy, France Spouse: Gillette/Pillette JACQUET Marr: Bef 1637 France 2 Simeon (Le)ROY dit AUDY Born: 1637 Coutances, France Died: Aft 1706 Ulster Co., NY Spouse: Claude DESCHALETS (Fille du Roi) Born: Abt 1651 France Died: Aft 1706 Ulster NY Marr: 3 Sep 1668 Quebec, PQ 3 Leonard-Remi (Jonar) LE ROY aka LARUA aka LARAWAY Bpt: 18 Sep 1674 Quebec Spouse: Maria UZIELE Born: Abt 1686 NY Marr: 28 Sep 1703 Kingston, Ulster Co. NY 4 Petrus (Peter) LEROY Born: 1704 Spouse: Marytie (Marie) VAN ALSTEYN Born: 1708 Marr: 16 Oct 1730 NY 5 Jonas LARRAWAY aka LARROWAY (UEL) Born: 1731 Schoharie, NY Died Ontario Spouse: Elizabeth (Betsy) MULLER Born: May 1735 Germantown, NY Marr: 6 Feb 1754 Schoharie NY
Four Families Of Dutchess Co., N.Y.: Leroy, Palmatier-Parmentier, Van De Bogart And Van Kleeck by Prentiss Cummings Van Kleeck Glazier (1974).
The Life And Family Of Simeon Le Roy by Alfred Leroy Becker Published In The New York Genealogical And Biographical Record Volume 64, No. 1 Pages 41- 45 January, 1933. [Lorine's Note: There are errors in this article!
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