||Le Rossignol, Esther |
||25 Jun 1672 
||18 Jan 2016 |
||Jean, Edmond, b. Oct 1597, L'Etacq, St. Ouen Parish, Bailiwick of Jersey , d. 12 Nov 1674, L'Etacq, St. Ouen Parish, Bailiwick of Jersey (Age ~ 77 years) |
||25 Apr 1638 
|+||1. Jean, Augustine Le Rossignol "John Gustin", b. 9 Jan 1647, L'Etacq, St. Ouen Parish, Bailiwick of Jersey , d. 3 Jul 1719, Portland, Cumberland County, Maine, USA (Age 72 years)|
||18 Jan 2016 |
- [S878] The Gustine Compendium (Reliability: 3), 18 Jan 2016.
From p. 36 of The Gustine Compendium
AUGUSTINE JEAN ANCESTRY
From the records of St. Owen's Parish on the western coast of the Isle of Jersey (off the coast of France) in the village of Le Tacq. Edmond Jean born Oct. 1597, cillage of Le Tacq, St. Owens Parish, isle of Jersey, where he died Nov. 12, 1674. He married April 25th, 1638, Esther Le Rossignol (sister of Augustine Le Rossignol) daughter of Jean Le Rossignol. Esther died June 25, 1672.
Children of Edmond and Esther
Katherine--Baptized at St. Owens, Oct. 2, 1642
Augustine--Baptized at St. Owens, Jan. 9, 1647
Marguerite--Baptized at St. Owens, Nov. 29, 1650
Edmond, Jr.--Died at St. Owens, Apr. 14, 1676
These Jeans and Rossignols were families of great antiquity on the island and both were followers of the sea; one of the latter traded with natives at Acadia (North America) as early as 1604.
Augustine Jean, son of Edmond John and Esther le Rossgnol, was born on the Isle of Jersey, Jan. 9, 1647, and died in Portland ("Falmouth") Maine, July 3, 1719. He came to America in the spring of 1675. He served in King Philip's War. For military service in King Philip's War 1675-6 in Captain Beer's Company, also in Captain Turner's Company, he received from Thomas Danforth, Governor of the . . .