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Nicolas Martiau, the adventurous Huguenot

the military engineer, and the earliest American ancestor of George Washington

by Stoudt, John Baer

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Published by [The Norristown Press] in Norristown, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Huguenots,
  • Genealogy,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Also issued online.

    Statementby John Baer Stoudt
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF229 .M32
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, pages, 1 leaf, 103 pages
    Number of Pages103
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26744914M
    LC Control Number32081736
    OCLC/WorldCa3137350

    Book Notes Nicolas Martiau: The Adventurous Huguenot, the Military Engineer, and the Earliest American Ancestor of George Washington. By John Baer Stoudt, (Norristown, Pennsylvania: The Author, xvii + pp. Illustrations.).   First, the Hathi Trust has a copy of John Baer Stoudt's Nicolas Martiau: The Adventurous Huguenot (). The second and third books were found on the FamilySearch website: Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia , compiled and edited by Annie Lash Jester (), and Jonathan Kennon Smith's book (cited in Sunday's post). Stoudt's.

    Nicolas Martiau: The Adventurous Huguenot, the Military Engineer, and the Earliest American Ancestor of George Washington. Norristown, Pa.: The Norristown Press, Ch. 1. Stromberg, Joseph R. "Sovereignty, International Law, and the Triumph of Anglo-American Cunning." Journal of Libertarian Studies Fall   First, the Hathi Trust has a copy of John Baer Stoudt's Nicolas Martiau: The Adventurous Huguenot (). The second and third books were found on the FamilySearch website: Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia , compiled and edited by Annie Lash Jester (), and Jonathan Kennon Smith's book (cited in Sunday's post).

    Book Review, Nicolas Martiau, the Adventurous Huguenot, the Military Engineer, and the Earliest American Ancestor of George Washington by John Baer Stoudt Box 4 Folder Washington American 1st President Had Afro European Ancestry Exposed - Celebrities (5) - Nairaland Nicolas Martiau, a Huguenot refugee who came to Virginia in This resulted in Washington’s blend of Cavalier and Huguenot. John Baer Stoudt, “Nicolas Martiau: the Adventurous Huguenot, the Military Engineer, and the.


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Nicolas Martiau was "The Earliest American Ancestor of George Washington". This book explains how Martiau arrived in Virginia in who commanded a company to fight the Indians.

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Voici, la statue en bronze du buste de Nicolas Martiau, oeuvre de Désiré Bardot, au jardin de la barbette situé sur le front de mer, face au port. There was a distinct French Huguenot strain in the lineage of Governor Washington. It came to him from his first American ancestor, Nicolas Martiau, a Huguenot refugee who came to Virginia in   However, between these and the scholarly works like that of John Baer Stoudt’s book entitled Nicolas Martiau–Adventurous Huguenot, certain facts emerge.

Nicholas was born in on the Ile de Re, France, and raised a French Huguenot who learned to speak English by reading the Bible. Martiau later was granted acres on the south side of the Potomac River, which he gave to Col.

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[John Baer Stoudt]. Nicolas Martiau (), a Huguenot, immigrated from France to England during or beforeand from there to Elizabeth City, Virginia in He married widow Jane Barkley (Berkeley?).

Descendants lived in Virginia, West Virginia and elsewhere. From John Baer Stoudt’s book entitled Nicolas Martiau –Adventurous Huguenot, we learn that Nicholas “left England and sailed for Virginia arriving in June, His construction of a fence or palisade around the Jamestown Fort helped the settlers survive an Indian uprising in Martiau also secured two grants of land in Westmoreland County-one inand one in the following year-each grant being for two thousand acres (Westmoreland Deed Book No.

3, Pp.). Undoubtedly the most important part in Virginia history played by Capt. Nicolas Martiau was in connection with the ejection of Governor Harvey. Nicolas Martiau, the Adventurous Huguenot, the Military Engineer, and the Earliest American Ancestor of George Washington (Norristown, PA: The Norristown Press, ), by John Baer Stoudt (page images at HathiTrust) More items available under broader and related terms at left.

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