Colonial men and times : containing the journal of Col. Daniel Trabue, some account of his ancestry, life and travels in Virginia and the present state of Kentucky during the Revolutionary period : the Huguenots : genealogy, with brief sketches of the allied families

edited by Lillie Du Puy Van Culin Harper
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[Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : Innes & Sons, 1916, c1915
[10], 624 p., [51] leaves of plates : ill., col. coats of arms, geneal. tables, ports.


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Bibliography: p. 589-595.

Includes index.

Includes Beaufort (Beauford, Buford), Brevard, Du Bois (De Bow), Du Puy (Du Pui, De Pui, Depew), Early (Earle, Earle), Flournoy, Hill and related families.

Antoine Strabo (1667-1724), a French Huguenot, fled from France in 1687 to Holland in The Netherlands, and then immigrated (via England) to Manikin Town near Richmond, Virginia. His surname was mis-spelled "Trabue" in Virginia when he arrived, and his given name was angli- cized, so he was known as Anthony Trabue. Daniel Trabue (1760-1840), whose journal is enclosed, was a grandson of the immigrant. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, New Jersey, Kentucky, Pennsyl- vania and elsewhere. Includes some ancestral genealogical data in France, Italy, Germany, Greece and elsewhere to 63 B.C.

The family of Trabue: p. [205]-275.

The family of Du Puy: p. [367]-417.

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