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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Pierre Peter ROBERT: Birth: 1704 in Santee, Beaufort County, South Carolina. Death: 1740 in Santee, Beaufort County, South Carolina


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Jacques (James) De Bordeaux ROBERT: Birth: 3 Apr 1711 in French Santee (Jamestown), Berkey, SC. Death: Nov 1774 in Prince William Parish, Granville County, SC

  2. Elizabeth ROBERT: Birth: 1716 in French Santee, Charleston, SC. Death: 1788 in St.John's Parish, SC

  3. Magdalene ROBERT: Birth: 23 Sep 1719 in French Santee, Charleston, SC.


Sources
1. Title:   Three Pioneer Rapides Families, A Genealogy
Author:   Stafford, G. M. G

Notes
a. Note:   1686 Came to America with his parents Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s Name: Pierre Robert Year: 1686 Place: Charleston, South Carolina Source Publication Code: 9448 Primary Immigrant: Robert, Pierre Annotation: In the years from 1925 to 1942, Frederick A. Virkus edited seven volumes with the title, The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, published in Chicago by the Institute of American Genealogy. Each volume has a section in the main body of the work, co Source Bibliography: VIRKUS, FREDERICK A., editor. Immigrant Ancestors: A List of 2,500 Immigrants to America before 1750. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1964. 75p. Repr. 1986. Page: 57 1701 Probate Court, Charleston, South Carolina bears an old document written in French, dated January 25, 1701, settling property on Pierre Robert, upon his marriage with Anne Marie Louise le Grand, a native of Normandie, France, daughter of Mr. Louis le Grand, "ecuyer, sieur, de la Fresnaye." 1706 Pierre Robert was a commissioner at St Jamestown. 1721 Justice of Peace. Source: In Thomas O. Lawton Jr.'s book Upper St. Peter's Parish and Environs (Garnett, S.C.: privately published, 2001), p.93, he cites the following for Pierre Robert Jr.'s service as justice of the peace in 1721: A.S. Salley, Register of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of South Carolina (Charleston, S.C.: Waverly Press, 1945), p. 26. 1731 Church Warden 1731 Death, he left large unappraised landholdings, as well as a personal estate apprasied at almost five thousand pounds, inclusive of books, furniture, tools, cattle, hogs, sheep, horses, and 16,100 pounds,"neet river rice"
b. Note:   NF1825
Note:   The marriage settlement signed in the home of the bride's uncle. Witnessed by Isaac le Grand and Jacques le Grand


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