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Huguenot Refugees on the Ship Mary & Ann sailing to Virginia

Huguenot Refugees on Board Ship Mary and Ann, August 12, 1700, Virginia, James City. For those who don't read French, my notes are at the end of the page.
Pierre Delome, et sa femme
Marguerite Sene, et sa fille.
Magdalaine Mertle,
Jean Vidau
Teertulien Sehult, et sa femme et deux enfants
Pierre Lauret
Jean Roger
Pierre Chastain, a femme et cinq enfants
Philippe Duvivier
Pierre Nace, sa femme et leur deux filles
Francois Clere
Symon Sardin
Soubragon, et Jacques Nicolay
Pierre du Loy
Abraham Nicod
Pierre Mallet
Francoise Coupet
Jean Oger, sa femme et trois enfants
Jane or Jean Saye (Lorine's note: Please note that Jane is female, but Jean in French is male)
Elizabet Angeliere
Jean et Claude Mallfant, avec leur mere
Isaac Chabanas, sou fils, et Catharine Bomard
Estinne Chastain
Adam Vignes
Jean Menager et Jean Lesnard
Estienne Badouet
Pierre Morriset
Jedron Chamboux et sa femme
Jean Farry et Jerome Dumas
Joseph Bourgoian
David Bernard
Jean Chevas, et sa femme
Jean Tardieu
Jean Moreau
Jaques Roy, et sa femme
Abraham Sablet, et des deux enfants
Quintin Chastatain et Michael Roux
Jean Quictet, sa femme and trois enfants
Henry Cabanis, sa femme et un enfant
Jaques Sayte
Jean Boisson
Francois Bosse
Jean Fouchie
Francoise Sassin
Andre Cochet
Jean Gaury, sa femme et un enfant
Pierre Gaury, sa femme et un enfant
Jaques Hulyre, sa femme et quatre enfants
Pierre Perrut, et sa femme
Isaac Panetier,
Jean Parransos sa seur ~ [see note below]
Elie Tremson, sa femme
Elizabeth Tignac
Antoine Trouillard
Jean Bourru et Jean Bouchet
Jaques Voyes
Elizabet Migot
Catharine Godwal
Pierre la Courru
Jean et Michell Cautepie, sa femme et deux enfants
Jaques Broret, sa femme et deux enfants
Ambraham Moulin et sa femme
Francois Billot
Pierre Comte
Etienne Guevin
Rene Massoneau
Francois Du Tartre,
Isaac Verry
Jean Parmentier
David Thonitier et sa femme
Moyse Lewreau
Pierre Tillou
Marie Levseque
Jean Constantin
Claud Berdon sa femme
Jean Imbert, et sa femme
Elizabeth Fleury
Looys du Pyn
Jaques Richard, et sa femme
Adam et Marie Prevost
Jaques Viras, et sa femme
Jawues Brousee, sou enfant
Pierre Cornu
Louiss Bon
Isaac Fordet
Jean Pepre
Jean Gaillard et son fils
Anthonie Matton, et sa femme
Jean Lucadou et sa femme
Louiss Orange, sa femme et un enfant
Daniel Taure, et deux enfants
Pierre Cupper,
Daniel Roy
Magdelain Gigou
Pierre Grelet
Jean Jovany, sa femme, deux enfants
> Piierre Ferrier, sa femme, un enfant
La vefve faure et quatre enfants [see my note below]
Isaac Arnaud, et sa femme
Pierre Chantanier, sa femme et son pere
Jaen Fonasse,
Jaques Bibbeau
Jean March
Catharine Billot
Marie et Symon Jourdon
Abraham Menot
Timothy Moul, sa femme un enfant
Jean Savin sa femme un enfant,
Jean Sargeaton sa femme un enfant
Claude Philipe, et sa femme
Gabriel Sturter
Pierre de Corne
Helen Trubyer 39 femmes ou filles
38 enfants
108 hommes
205 persons
Messrs. De la Muce et de Sailly fout en tout 207 personnes
Virginia: James Town, July 31, 1700. Lorine's Notes
femme = woman (wife)
sa femme = his wife
fille = daughter
filles = daughters
femmes ou filles = women/wives or daughters
enfant = child
enfants = children
un = one
deux = two
trois = three
quatre = four
cinq = five
le pere = father
son pere = his father
avec leur mere = with their mother
fils = son
les hommes = men
La vefve faure et quatre enfants - I think this must be a mistake and should read "La veuve faure et quatre enfants" meaning "the widow Faure and four children", with "vefve" being mistaken for "veuve" = widow Jean Parransos sa seur - This is possibly another error. Soeur means sister, and this might be "sa soeur" not "sa seur" so it would be "Jeanne Parranos, his sister" meaning that Jeanne was the sister of the person above who is Isaac Panetier.

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