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Chastains of Pickens County, South Carolina, 1790-1986 : ten shilling bell

by Victor T. Chastain
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Pickens, South Carolina : V.T. Chastain, 1986
52, 18 p. ; 25 cm.

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The emigrant ancestor, Pierre (Peter) Chastain (1663-1728), was born in Central France. Peter was in Switzerland in 1696 as a refugee. In 1700 he was in England applying for a land grant for a new colony in America. He and his first wife Marie Madaleine de la Rochefoucauld (d. 1701) with their five children sailed on April 19, 1700 from London to America. They settled about twenty miles northwest of present Richmond, Va. Within first year in America his wife and three of their five children had died. He married (2) Anne Soblet (ca. 1684-1723) in 1701. They had seven more children. He married (3) widow Magdelaine Trabue. Line in this book is through John Chastain (1743-1805), grandson of the emigrant ancestor, and "ten shilling bell" son of Peter, Jr. and Mildred Archer. He was born in Buckingham Co., Va. He was a Baptist preacher in Virginia. He moved from Virginia to western North Caro- lina now Tennessee, and later to Pendleton District, South Carolina.

Includes allied families of Stewart, Price, O'Shields, Murphree, Bowen, Looper, Ligon, etc.

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