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Pierre Chastain and his descendants

[by the Pierre Chastain Family Association ; Robert Leihman, historian]
Books/Monographs
English
[United States] : Pierre Chastain Family Association, c1995-
v. : ill., geneal. table, ports.

Notes

Volume 2 compiled by Robert W. Leishman, confirmed by Geraldine "Gerre" Buland, edited by Loyce Johnson Coolidge for the Pierre Chastain Family Association.

Pierre Chastain (ca. 1659-1728), a Huguenot and a physician, was born at Charost, France, the son of Estienne Chastain. He married three times and was the father of seventeen children, 1690-ca. 1720. Because of religious persecution, he fled to Switzerland, ca. 1692, and was joined by his family by 1696. From there the family immigrated to South Holland; then London, England; and in 1700 to America, where they settled at Manakin Town, Henrico County, Virginia. Descendants listed lived in Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, and elsewhere. The surname is spelled Chastain, Chasteen, and other variant spellings.

Includes index.

Includes the Carter, Givoden, Hudnall, Ingle, LeSueur, Maxey, McKinney, Salle/Sallee, and other related families.

Contents: v. 1. First five generations in America -- v. 2. The sixth generation.

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