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Family history of James E. Jouett, rear admiral, U.S. Navy

Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Washington, D.C. : L.C. Photoduplication Service, 1985
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: [United States : s.n., 1896]. [2], 7 leaves.

"Photostatic copy (privilege of photostating granted by the National Society, Sons of the American Revolution Library, Aug.24, 1936." (Leaf [2]).

Leaves 5-7 contain an excerpt entitled "Lieutenant Manning and Captain Robert Jouett at the Battle of Eutaw" taken from p. 126-130 of v. 1 of: Anecdotes of the Revolutionary War in America / by Alexander Garden of Lee's Legion.

Matthew Jouët, of French lineage, lived in Louisa, Hanover (earlier New Kent) County, Virginia in 1733, and was a direct ancestor of John Jouett of the Revolutionary War. Captain John in 1781 warned Governor Thomas Jefferson and the Virginia legislature of an approaching British army in time to let most escape capture. Captain John moved to Kentucky (probably in or near Lexington). Matthew Harris Jouett was a son of Captain John, and the father of James Edward Jouett, who became a rear admiral in the United States Navy.

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