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GENEALOGYArms: de St Ouen sous Bailly
of the family ST OUEN sous BAILLY, (cry "de Sauchay") of Normandie

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ARMORIAL GENERAL DE FRANCE
30.970. - (NORMANDIE.) - D'az. au saut. d'arg. cantonne de 4 aigleites au vol abaissé du mesme.  Cette ancienne Maison, citée dès 1103, et qui établit sa fil. depuis 1222 selon Woëlmont, fut maintenue noble en 1540  Elle s'est divisée en plusieurs branches et a donné 2 Dlles de St-Cyr en 1740 et 1762.  La branche de Folny et de Guerville noble en 1709.  Celle d'Ernemont donna des Conseillers-Maîtres en la Chambre des Comptes de Rouen aux XVIIe et XVIIIe Lettres de Relief en 1610, fit ses preuves au XVIIIe siècle sur titres de 1580 et comp. à Rouen en 1789.  La branche de Pierrecourt Gourchelles fut maintenue noble en 1667.  Cette famille comp. également à Orbec, Cany, en Anjou et au Maine en 1789. - (257. - Armorial Général Normandie. - La Roque et Barthélémy. - Borel d'Hauterive 1846. - Woëlmont N. S.)

This Genealogy collates the considerable data collected by myself and my cousins relating to one of the oldest families in Europe - that of the St Ouen sous Bailly, whose descendance can according to the official records be traced back to the 8th century, although our own information at the present time only takes it back only to mid 12th Century.  My thanks go firstly to my late cousin Jules de Coquereaumont, his daughter Agnes, who I met shortly before her death, and his grandson Louis Frechon.  Jules who resided at the Chateau de la Grande Heuze near Bellencombre, spent many years documenting the family and their liaisons, together with a compilation of the associated coats of arms and it was his descendants who permitted me access to this information and allowed me copies.  I also wish to remember Therese Monton (nee Grasset) my cousin who first introduced to me to Agnes and her son, and also provided me with a copy of her own Genealogy of the family supplied to her by Jules.  I also have a special affection for cousin Louis Jouby, who was to die, soon after having checked my first draft, kindly offering suggestions and corrections, and provided me with a schedule of marriage documents, including copies of signatures taken from the original documents held by his uncle Jules - and which copy has since faded badly and is unreadable - thank goodness he provided it when he did !   Finally, my thanks for additional information goes to Pierre, a cousin through the line de St Ouen du Tordouet and to Ronald to whom a great debt is due for his extensive and thorough examination of the original documents relating to the branch St Ouen de Belleville from which we have been able to confirm the connection of the two branches.

Our own line descends from a branch called St Ouen d'Ernemont of France, but there are many branches of the family, two members of the family , Bernard and Germond came to England with William the Conqueror in 1066, it was considered by the family that the noble English family ST OWEN, are a branch of the family in England.  Elsewhere it has been stated that a St Ouen was involved in the preparation of the famous "Domesday Census", and further that the name Ouen is the only 'surname' included in that famous book.

The family is thought to be extinct.  The last known descendant being Berthe de St Ouen d'Ernemont, who died in 1930 at Greges, the youngest sister of my GG Grandmother Aimee Helene who was the eldest of the three daughters of the Vicomte Yves Jacques Jules de St Ouen d'Ernemont and his wife Aimee Megard, and who herself died some years before in 1915 at Clifton, Bristol, England in the house where I was raised.  The middle daughter Amelie, died very young, in 1867.  All three sisters, however, left issue from their marriages - see Genealogy that follows.

David B Audcent


EARLY MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY

These members are unconnected to the main line, but in the main belong to our family 'de St Ouen', cousin Louis Jouby advised that there is a possibility that some of the later ones belong to families of the same name, who are NOT connected, but that our family is the one on which there are extensive archives in the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris.   

      UNCONNECTED MEMBERS - Family De St Ouen sous Bailly

  1. Wm de St Andoen from St Andoen near Arques, Normandie, held these lands from the Baron de Tancarville c 1050.
  2. 1066 Bernard & Germond St Ouen sous Bailli came to England with William the Conqueror probably under the banner of Wm d'Arques (The Companions of Wm the Conqueror by Etienne Dupont).  This author also advises that a member of the family was involved in the making of the Domesday Book, and further states that of all the companions these two were the only ones not given English titles but were obviously held in high regard.  Another, this time an English writer, points out that the surname "Ouen" is the only surname that appears in the Domesday Book.
  3. The name "Ouen" is mentioned in the Domesday Book, Resident in Hezetre Hundred, Herefordshire, Manor of Lege.
  4. 1086 Bernard de St Andoen (Domesday) held land in Suffolk and Kent from Wm Vicomte d'Arques & Rouen, he had three known sons: Atzo alias Azo de St Andoen who held residence in Kent in 1130, Gormund de St Andoen - time of Henry I (1068-1135), and Gilbert in Sussex who witnessed a Charter of Wm of Braiose in 1103 (Mon ii).  Is this latter the same Gilbert de St Ouen de Sancy, Seigneur de St Ouen who witnessed a Charter for the Abbey of Fecamp in that same year 1103.
    Cousin Herve Queinnec advises: Gilbert de St Ouen was witness on January 13th 1103 to an act contracted between William, Abbot of Fecamp and Philippe de St Ouen - which adds further information.
  5. Roger de St Andoen 1153 (Mon ii).
  6. Germund de St Ouen held in 1166 4 fees of Geoffrey de Mandeville, at Broadwater Hundred, at Ashwell and Hainstone (Odesy Hundred) and in Stiuicesworde (Hertford Hundred).
  7. R. de Sancto Audoeno held of the Kings lands (Henry II) the manor of Berchelincope (Hezetre Hundred) (1160-1170) - (could this be Raph de St Owen or Raulf Saintoweyn?).
  8. Robert de St Andoeno, Normandy 1180-95.
  9. Nicolas and William de St Andoeno, 1198.
  10. Wm de St Ouen (Brother - monk) in England in 1213 acted as envoy for King John of England to Stephen Langdon and the other exiled bishops.
  11. Roger de St Ouen, Fienfaiter du mont au malade 1226.
  12. Guillaume de St Ouen held 1/4 of the fief de chevalier de St Ouen in 1226.
  13. Jean de St Ouen held at the same time 1226, un feif of chambellan de Tancarville.
  14. Olivier de St Ouen married April 1229 Aliese (Eliese) d'Alencon, sister of Comte de Bell... and d'Alencon (d'argent a trois chevrons de gueules).
  15. Marais de St Ouen held a half of the fief of St Ouen sous Bailly
  16. Henry de St Ouen, granted by Henry III of England the rent from an Abbey to pay for his expenses whilst in Gascony with the King's brother Richard, Earl of Cornwall.
  17. Ralph de St Andoen, held 2 fees in the 13th century in Clopham, Sussex, from the Honour of Braiose, from whom descend the CLAPHAM family.
  18. Joan, daughter of Lord St Owen, m. Richard of Cornwall the grandson of Richard, Earl of Cornwall, brother of Henry III of England.
  19. Francois de St Ouen m. Marguerite Queselnel (? spelling) - her family held 'gueules avec 3 cinquefoiles hermine, 2 en chef et 1 en base'.
  20. Marguerite de St Ouen m. Unknown de Lamare.
  21. 1390 Renatel de St Ouen.Information from Philippe (Aug 2001):
  22. 1460 One of the closest neighbours of Odon de Saint-Ouen who lived in Tordouet was Raoul d'Anfray (sometime written Anffray Auffray Auffay etc...) "Seigneur de Caudemone et du Verger". Information supplied by Philippe d'Anfray (Aug 2001).
  23. 1502 Unknown de St Ouen, President de l'Echiquier
  24. 1516 Anne de St Ouen d'Yverville ou Iverville m. Marc le Senechal, Sieur d'Auberville. - Located as dtr of Antoine de St Ouen, see Marc Le Seneschal
  25. 1525 Cited in that year, Pierre DE ST OUEN Seigneur de Tocqueville en Caux, d. bef 1533 m. Isabeau DU CROCQ, he had for brother Nicolas DE ST OUEN, Cure de Toqueville living in 1533 <http://perso.wanadoo.fr/herve.laine-bucaille/noblesse/S/saint_ouen.htm>
  26. 1542 Anne de St Ouen, Dame du Plessi died in that year - she held for arms, 'sable a sautoir et 4 aiglettes d'argent' as for the branch de Melleville.
  27. 1543 28th April, Parish St Eloi, Rouen, baptised Richard Romme born son of Richard having for Godparents Guille de Sainct Ouenn and Guilemette B(o)rgoys. (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  28. 1544 17th September, Parish St Eloi, Rouen, baptised Laurence dtr of Raulin Perier having for Godparents Laurence Canu, P(e)rette de St Ouen and P(ier)es Fichet. (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  29. 1545 20th June, Parish St Eloi, Rouen,  baptised Claude son of Felix Le Forestier having for Godparents Nicollas Ygou, P(ier)es Le Grain and P(e)rette de St Ouen.   (Information from Alexander Niemann).
  30. 1545 15th October, Parish St Eloi, Rouen, baptised Marye dtr of Gille DE ST OUEN having for Godparents, Gille Heinet. Marion Gargot and Ysabeau Touyn (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  31. 1545 14th December, Parish St Eloi, Rouen, baptised Guille son of Guille du Chemin, having for Godparents Guille de St. Ouen, Remy Collombe and Ysabeau Labbe (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  32. 1572 Jean de St Ouen bap 7/7/1572 son of Nicollas St.Oyin (Ouen) having for Godparents Jehan Delachounne, Katherine Horsol.. and Nicollas Rousetin. Jean's father Nicollas was also Godfather on the 4/12/1573 to Marguerite dtr of Clement de St Amant, and there is a reference on the 29/10/1572 to Nicollas St Ouen and Anne Coutoys both of this parish. (Information from Alexander Niemann):
  33. 1563 1st August, St Nicaise, Rouen  - Baptism of Marie SEGUIN dtr of Louys, Godfather: Symon MOCHARD, Godmothers Katherine LAURENS, Marie DE ST OUEN (Information from Alexander Niemann):
  34. 1576 8th January, St Nicaise, Rouen - Baptism of Henri SANSON, son of Pierre, Godfather: Henri DE ST OUEN, Dominique DORIOT, Godmother: Raulline BAUCHE (Information from Alexander Niemann):
  35. 1579 20th October, St Herbland, Rouen, Marguerite DE ST OUEN baptised dtr of Nicolas, drappier, Godfather Me Guillaume LE QUOC advocat en la court des aydes, Godmother Marie ADELIN (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  36. 1582 1st May, St Jean, Rouen, Jacques DEMER baptised, son of Jacques, Godfather Jacques DE ST OUEN, Pascha LE LUCE (?), and Marye LE DUC (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  37. 1586 12th May, Ste Marie le Petite, Rouen, Loyse DE ST OUEN married Jehan GUYRON (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  38. 1590 A Jehan de St Ouen and his wife Jehanne Lormette had a dtr Barbe baptised 23/3/1590 St Laurent, Rouen, having for Godparents Barbe Jouenne, Marin anquetil and Marguerite Dubusc .  It would seem that it was the same Jehan who on the 22/8/1595 St Laurent, Rouen, was godfather to Katherine, dtr of Jehan Cardon and his wife Jehanne Huquet. (Information from Alexander Niemann) I wonder if this is a 2nd marriage for Jean de St Ouen m. 1567 Anne Dyel, the other Jeans would appear either too young or too old.
  39. 1593 In the roll of that year, it is noted that a Pierre de Saint Ouen sous Bailly is noble and that Guillaume de St Ouen sieur de Folny has produced good proof of their genealogy and other justifications for the kings ordonnance - This is surely Guillaume's 1st cousin Pierre, Seigneur d'Orival - see Genealogy below.
  40. 1594 15th March, St. Lo, Dupl., was buried Noble homme Mr  DE ST OUEN, (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  41. Jean DE ST OUEN, a merchant Grocer, would appear to have had issue of the following-
    (a) 1595 14th October, St Herbland, Rouen, haptised Madeleine DE ST OUEN, dtr of Jehan, Godfather, Marc AURAILLE DE GUERVILLE, Demoiselles Marguerite ROME and Magdalene RICHAL.. (?) (Information from Alexander Niemann)
    (b) 1598 23rd March, Marguerite DE ST OUEN bap St Herbland, dtr of Jacques, mercier grossier, Godparents, Jehan de St Ouen, Marguerite Delestre (wife of hon. Jacques de St Ouen), and Marthe Baudouin. (Information from Alexander Niemann)
    (c)1602 8th April, St Herbland, Rouen, baptised Marthe DE ST OUEN, dtr of Jacques, mercier grossier, Godfather, Noble homme Nicolas DE MALEFILLASTRE, Godmothers Marthe DE ST OUEN and Marguerite DE CARADAS. (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  42. 1604 Nicolas DE ST OUEN cy-devant receveur des Aydes at Arques Tome 23 Page 35.
  43. 1610 1st July at Isneauville, was baptised Marie dtr of Vincent Bonamy et marie Desnoyers having for Godparents Jean de St ouen et marie du Viuier (probably du Vivier) (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  44. c1613 was born Jean DE ST OUEN (Sieur de Bihore) see link
  45. 1613 2nd April, Pont de l'Arche, Jacques DE ST OUEN baptised, son of Jacques and Louise QUENEL, Godfather Honorable homme, Jehan HEURTEMATTE and honnest fille Louise DURUFLE. (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  46. 1615 16th July, Pont de l'Arche, died the mother of Jacques DE ST OUEN, and three days later 19th July, died one of his children unnamed, and on the same day his sister-in-law. (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  47. c1616 was born Jacques DE ST OUEN, see link
  48. 1616 6th October, Pont de l'Arche, Catherine DE ST OUEN baptised, the dtr of Jacques, Godfather Richard BOCQUET, Godmother, Catherine DELACROIX (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  49. 1619 Antoinette de St Ouen m. in that year Claude de St Germain.
  50. 1620 1st March, St Herbland, Rouen, Magdeleine DE ST OUEN, was baptised, dtr of noble homme Jean, Godfather George VOISIN Sr de la Haye, Godmother Dlle Magdeleine CASSET wife of noble homme Messire Adrian CAVELIER Str de Vaseguer, maistre en la chambre des comptes du roy en normandie, see here - either the daughter shown or an elder sister who had died! - (Information from Alexander Niemann) - Her information ties up neatly with that provided by the family Genealogy, it is not thought that her father is Jean who follows as no indication appears of the baptism of her brothers Barthelemy and Jacques and we know her father married her mother Marie Halle in 1620.
  51. Margueritte de St Ouen (could this be our Marguerite?) married at date unknown Charles DUUAL (is this DUVAL?) and of this marriage we know of the following issue:-
    1623 25th February at Isneauville, was baptised Margueritte dtr of Charles Duual (?Duval) and his wife Margueritte de St Ouyn, she had for Godparents, Marin Piel and Marion de St Ouyn.
    (Information from Alexander Niemann).  
    1625 2nd January at Isneauville, was baptised Charles son of Charles Duual and Margueritte Sanct Ouen having for Godparents Jean Sainct Ouen and Jane Duual. (Information from Alexander Niemann).  
    1626 26th March at Isneauville was baptised Claude son of Charles Duual and Margueritte St Ouen having for Godparents Andre Sainct Ouen and Janne Desnoiers (Information from Alexander Niemann).  
    1628 17th February at Isneauville was baptised Catherine dtr of Charles Duual and Margueritte Sainct Oun having for Godparents Nicollas Desmaulx and Catherine Le Mire (Information from Alexander Niemann).
  52. Jean de St Ouen, draper, lived in St Herbland, Rouen (A M. de St Ouen (it would seem certain it is Jean) died in 1631, being buried on the 23rd September at St Herbland, Rouen, described as drapier and former tresorier (no age was given - no further children are noted of his marriage) (Information from Alexander Niemann) who appears to have m. Marie DAUMALLE alias DAUMAILLE [Godmother 5/9/1624 St Denis, Rouen, of Marie Sermentot dtr of Archemin and his wife Genevieve Daumaille] bur. 27/2/1638 St Herbland Rouen and of this marriage issued:- (Information from Alexander Niemann) - COULD DO WITH MARRIAGE ENTRY - dba:-
    1624 29th December, St Herbland, Rouen, was baptised Anne DE ST OUEN, dtr of Jean, drapier, Godfather Nicoll. POUCHET, eschevin, and Godmother Catharine SOLET (Information from Alexander Niemann)
    1625 28th February, St Herbland, Rouen, Catherine (DE ST OUEN) baptised, dtr of Mr. S.Ouen, Godfather, Jacques BOSQUET, Godmother Magdel. DE PLANTEROSE (Information from Alexander Niemann)
    1626 10th March, St Herbland, Rouen, Francoise DE ST OUEN, baptised, dtr of M de St Ouen, drappier, Godfather M. Philippe TESSON auditeur en la chambre des comptes, Godmother Francoise DE CANTEL dtr of M. Cantel greffier en lad. chambre, (Information from Alexander Niemann)
    1627 3rd June, St Herbland, Rouen, Louis DE ST OUEN, baptised, son of noble homme Jean, drappier, Godfather Honorable Homme, Jacques ADELIN, Pr. au Parlemt, Godmother Honneste wife Catherine LE GENDRE (Information from Alexander Niemann)
    1629 29th May, St Herbland Rouen, Catherine DE ST OUEN, baptised, dtr of Honorable homme Jean, drapper, Godfather Jacques DAUMALLE Conseiller Secretarie en la chancellerie, Godmother, Demoiselle Marie LE COUSTEUR (Information from Alexander Niemann)
    1631 1st January, St Herbland, Rouen, Henry DE ST OUEN was baptised, son of Jean, drapier, Godfather M. Henry HERAMBOURG and Godmother Susanne DE LA ROQUE (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  53. 1622 13th December, St Jean, Rouen, Marie DU CATEL, baptised, dtr of David, Godfather Jehan DE ST OUEN, Godmother Maries DES PLANCHES (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  54. 1626 7th June, St Herbland, Rouen, a dtr of Me DE ST OUEN was married by Mr. le Cure de St Godard to Mariam TESSON procureur en la chambre des comptes de la paroisse de St Andre dans le ville (none mentioned). (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  55. 1626 Nobleman Jacques DE ST OUEN D'ERNEMONT and honest wife Marie DELAISTRE she was a Godparent to Marguerite de St Ouen, bap 23/3/1598 St Herbland, dtr of Jacques de St Ouen , mercier grossier, and both were also Godparents to Francois DE LAISTRE bap 8/5/1626, St Nicolas, Rouen, son of Francois DE LAISTRE (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  56. 1629 16th July, St Herbland, Rouen, Marie TESSON baptised, dtr of Philippe, procureur en la chambre des comptes, Godfather, Me Jean DE ST OUEN, drapier and Godmother, Catherine LE GENDRE (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  57. 1631 3rd September, St Maclou, Rouen, 'Sainton' (presumed Saint Ouen) died a son of Louis (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  58. 1631 17th December, St Nicaise, Rouen, bap Nicolle CIOTTE dtr of Robert and his wife Marguerite St Ouen having for Godparents, Me Raoul Ciotte, cure of Croisy, and Nicolle Theroude (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  59. 1633 4th April Jean de St Ouen witness to a wedding - taken from Origins of Familles Canadiennes-Francaises by R.P. Archange Godbout O.F.M., published 1925 - Montreal.  Dieppe (Seine-Inferieure) parish St Jacques and St Remy "Le 2 dud. mois (Apr. 1633) Jean Cochon and Jeanne Abraham se sont fiances. Le 4 Les sd. Cochon et Abraham se sont maries pnce de Jean DE ST OUEN oncle de la d. Abraham, Michel de la haye et aurs."  Jean Cochon b. c1591 and Jeanne Abraham b. c1603 arrived in New France in 1636, he was a tax inspector, and fiscal administrator in Chateau Richer, Quebec.  This was his 2nd marriage, his first wife Marguerite Cointeral having died Jan 1633.  (Information from a descendant of Jean and Jeanne - Joan Phillips) see http://www.ncf.ca/~ab462/genealogy/4/5851.htm
  60. 1635-1645 Madelene de St Ouen b Normandie sometime during this period, d. Utrecht, Holland, m. between 1666-69 Daniel Le Cauf (Lecauf), Bourgeois de Dieppe, himself b. between 1635-45 Normandy, d. 20/7/1717 Utrecht, Holland (mentioned in "Papiers de l'abbe Leber sur les engages de Dieppe".  Both were Protestants (Information from Erno Kiljan - who would welcome further information on parentage)
  61. 1636 3rd February, St Herbland, Rouen, Magdeleine DE ST OUEN married Georges FEROY, marchand toilleur demeurant par lorde a St Vincent de Rouen, this would be the same Magdelene de St Ouen noted as wife of George FERE mechant, when she was godmother on the 26/3/1644 St Laurent, Rouen, to Catherine dtr of Jacques Lestoc Brodemy (?) and Catherine Gibon. (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  62. 1637 28th November, St Etienne des Tonneliers, Marguerite SAINTON (?) Saint Ouen, married Nicolas ASSELIN (both of that parish) (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  63. 1637 8 December Suzanne de Saint Ouen m. Antoine de CRENY, ecuyer and had issue:-
    Louis, qui suit ;; Pierre de Creny, qui épousa Antoinette de la Rue ;. Louis DE CRENY, écuyer, épousa Charlotte d'Imbleval, le 28 juillet 1672. ... Adrien-Louis DE CRENY, seigneur de Beauregard, garde-du-corps, capitaine dans le régiment de la Marche, infanterie, fit huit campagnes, assista à plusieurs sièges sous les ordres du maréchal de Saxe, épousa Marie-Madeleine de Lacqueray http://gillesdubois.blogspot.com/
  64. c1649 Birth of Anthoine de St Ouen son of Louis and his wife Louise POLLET probably Parish St Patrice, Rouen see item
  65. 1651 St Maclou, Rouen, Barbe DE ST OUEN b. 18th September 1651 baptised 28th September, dtr of Jacques and his wife Genevieve LE VALEUR, Godfather: Jean MAUCHART and Godmother, Isabeau MARGUERIE (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  66. 1651 14th August, St Laurent, Rouen, Noble Henry de St Ouen, Conseiller du Roy referendaire en la chancellerie de Normandie of the parish St Croix St Ouen, m. Dlle Marie HALBOUT.   On the 11/4/1652 St Laurent, Rouen, Henry  was Godfather (the Godmother was Barbe Halbout) to Henry son of Philippe Halbout and his wife Catherine Caplet.  On the 17/3/1657 he was Godfather (together with Elisabeth Hamel) to Henry son of Messire Nicollas Ansoult, procureur au baillage de Rouen and Marguerite Bourdon.  (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  67. 1653 20th July, Rouen, Thomas DE ST OUEN son of Louis and wife unknown m. Marie LE NOUVEL and of this marriage issued Marguerite who m. 22/7/1681 Bois Guillaume, Louis Barbe (information from Jean Philippe Carpentier)
  68. 1654 27th April, St Patrice Rouen, Marguerite de Saint Ouen married Robert CROTTAY (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  69. 1658 or 1664 on the 1st May of that year Suzanne de St Ouen m. Francois DE CROUTELLE, Ecuyer, Seigneur de Valours.
  70. 1658 3rd February, Charles de Sainct Ouen of the Parish of St Jean Rouen, married Francoise JOUEAUX of the parish of St Croix depeltiers. (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  71. 1663 Henri de St Ouen Sieur de Biherel.
  72. 1664  20th February, St Saens, Catherine DE ST OUEN b. 1651 Neuf Chastel, d. 27/6/1719 Fort Royal, daughter of Charles de St Ouen de Bailly de Londinieres b. before 1626, and his wife Anne LECLERC  DES VALLES (on the death of her husband, Anne was to remarry Francois DYEL DE PERDUVILLE), married Louis de Cacqueray, Seigneur de Valmeiner, Conseiller du Roy au Conseil Souverain de la Martinique, Premiere Capitaine de Cavalerie, Ancien Gouverneur de la Grenade, the son of Andre de Cacqueray, Ecuyer, Seigneur de la Salle and his wife Marie du Bosc. They had issue of apparently five children see item that follows.
    NB G.H.C. Bulletin 92 : Avril 1997 Page 1938

    CACQUERAY Louis, Ecuyer, Sieur de VALMENIèRES (de) (de VALMENIER). Selon le Père LABAT, il serait venu à la Martinique vers 1651 avec de nombreux engagés et Jacques DYEL du PARQUET le reçut avec joie et lui donna toute la terre qu'il voulut. DU PARQUET l'envoie comme gouverneur à la Grenade le 23 septembre 1654, poste qu'il occupe jusqu'au 8 juillet 1658. Revenu à la Martinique, il y est capitaine de milice, puis premier conseiller au Conseil Souverain en 1675, garde des Sceaux en 1678. Louis de CACQUERAY a laissé une très belle habitation qui porte encore le nom "La Valmenière", habitation que traverse l'actuelle autoroute du Lamentin à la sortie de Fort de France. Signalons au passage la réédition de l'histoire de cette famille "Evocations de Passé familial" par les Editions Christian en 1990.  o Saint Martin le Blanc 24 12 1628, fils d'André de CACQUERAY, écuyer, Seigneur de LA SALLE et de Marthe DU BOSC + Fort Royal le 15 10 1682 x Saint Saens le 20 2 1664 Catherine de SAINT OUEN, dont la mère Anne Le CLERC se remaria à François DYEL de PERDUVILLE o Neufchastel en Normandie ca 1651 + Fort Royal 27 6 1719.  Of their marriage issued the following five children.
    • Louis Gaston DE CACQUERAY DE VALMEINER m. 13/1/1700 Fort Royal, Martinique, Francoise Rose LE VASSOR DE LATOUCHE, and they had issue of 2 children: Louis Francois and Etienne Georges Marie.
    • Catherine DE CACQUERAY DE VALMEINER m. 30/1/1690 Fort Royal, Martinique, Adrien ROOLS Sieur de Gourselas son of Mederic and his wife Jeanne Hurault, of this marriage there was issue:- Adrien, Claude, Adrien, Antoine, Charles, Rose, Catherine and Robert.
    • Marie Elizabeth DE CACQUERAY DE VALMEINER m. 1st Gabriel HURAULT DE BONNAIRE 1665-1704 of whom she had a son Gabriel Noel (later Governor of Guadeloupe), and 2nd 9/12/1706 Martinique, Robert GIRAUD DU POYET of whom she had two daughters Marie Catherine & Marguerite.
    • Louise Elizabeth DE CACQUERAY DE VALMEINER m. 1st 11/1/1698 Paris, Achille Roger DE GAST D'ARTIGNY and 2nd 15/3/1701 Pierre DE BEGUE of whom she had issue: Pierre Joseph
    • Marguerite DE CACQUERAY DE VALMEINER m. 1st 21/5/1699 Paris, Louis Felix DE MORNAY D'AMBLEVILLE, and 2nd 1705 Louis DE BIONNEAU D'EYRAGUES
  73. NB G.H.C. Bulletin 92 : Avril 1997 Page 1937 NB There were 2 Louis de Cacqueray, cousins (this is the 2nd of name)
    CACQUERAY Louis (de), Cousin de Louis de CACQUERAY Sieur de VALMENIèRE qui suit.
    Ils possèdent tous les deux à la Martinique, pour moitié chacun, 3 habitations, avec 25 esclaves, à eux données tant par la dame DU PARQUET, veuve de Messire Jacques DYEL, chevalier, Sieur DU PARQUET, propriétaire de l'île de la Martinique et gouverneur pour le Roi de cette île, que par son successeur Messire Adrien DU PARQUET de VAUDROCQUES (Réf. Cm du sieur de VALMENIèRE avec la demoiselle de SAINT OUEN en date du 20 février 1664 à Saint Saens, tiré des Evocations du Passé Familial, page 432, voir plus bas). o Saint Martin le Blanc 24 9 1625, fils de Jacques de CACQUERAY de LA SALLE et de Marguerite de FEUDRIX + Fort Royal 19 2 1682.
  74. Charles de St Ouen, lived at St Agathe, held the same arms as that of  'St Ouen de Folny' who were confirmed in their nobility by Mr. de la Galisonniere 12 February 1669.
  75. 1666 19th January, St Laurent, Rouen, Anthoine DE ST OUEN m. Nicolle DUVAL in the presence of Jean de St Ouen and Francois Duval  (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  76. 1669 (elsewhere the year 1869 is mentioned?) Henry Remy DE ST OUEN D'ERNEMONT was born on the 23rd August at Paris.
  77. 1678 5th May, St Nicaise, Rouen, Jean DE ST OUEN (of parish Arques), son of Jean and his wife Marie LE CONTE, married Barbe GRASSET (of the parish of St Nicaise) dtr of Pierre and his wife Anne OSMONT (Information from Alexander Niemann):
  78. 1679 22nd May, St Nicaise, Rouen, Marguerite DE ST OUEN (of parish St Nicaise), dtr of Nicolas and his wife Judith LE SENECHAL married Nicolas SAUTEVILLE (of parish St Vigor, Rouen), son of Jean and his wife Louise LE VALLOIS (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  79. 1679 24th October, Parish St Maclou, Rouen, marriage of Anthoine DE ST OUEN of the parish of St Patrice, age 30, son of Louis de St Ouen and his late wife Louise POLLET with Anne LE CHANDELIER age 24 dtr of Barthelemy and Barbe MEILLIBUT deceased. In the presence of Louis de St Ouen father, de la Haye, Malherbe and Messire Charles de St Ouen, priest and Canon of la Sausez (Saussaye?), Barthelemy Le Chandelier father, of this parish, Messire Jacques Pollet Lieut d'Elboeuf brother-in-law. (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  80. 1682 11th April, St Jean, Rouen, Sieur Antoine DE ST OUEN (of Parish St Jean) married Damoiselle Louise BARIOLLE (of parish St Michel, Rouen) sister of M. Bariolle, Priest, Dr of the Sorbonne and Cure of St Michel, Rouen (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  81. 1689 4th September was born Nicolas Charles DE ST OUEN (brother of Louis DE ST OUEN auditor in 1709 and uncle Of Nicolas Charles DE ST OUEN Sr de la Saussaye et de St Martin la Corneille, maitre des Comptes  appointed 5th December 1743) appointed maitre des Comptes on the 21st May 1733 following the reisgnation of Yves Michel Duval. He d. 14/10/1765 and was suceeded by Simon Renard in 1766.  He m. 1st Delle TURGIS DE BULLE sister of Jean Rene Turgis maitre des Comtes en 1723 and had issue two sons, he m. 2nd Delle DU CHEVALLIER and of this marriage had a third son and a daughter name unknown.:-
    1) The eldest DE ST OUEN conseiller clerc au parlement dsp apparently before his father.
    2) Jean Charles Louis Rene DE ST OUEN b. 29th November 1733, appointed maitre des Comtes 17th December 1757 on resignation of Leonor Bertoult, Sr d'Heudreville.  He was succeeded by Francois Pierre Baptiste Beauchef in 1762. dsp apparently before his father.
    3) Nicolas Rene Louis DE ST OUEN appointed maitre des Comtes in 1783,
    4) A daughter m. 1788 Sr PARMENTIER
  82. before 1689 were married Marie ST OUEN (she d. 16/7/1712 bur 18/7/1712 Isneauville, (no age mentioned) in presence of Charles, Louis, Jean and Thomas Le Houays) and Louis HOUAYS d. before 1711 of their marriage they had the following known children:- (all Information from Alexander Niemann).
    1) 1689 about this year was born, Marie Anne Le Houays, she was buried at Isneauville on the 7th April 1694 aged about 5 years.
    2) 1693 26th January Isneauville, was baptised Thomas, having for Godparents Thomas ST OUEN and Marguerite de Lamare, a Thomas Le Houays was present at burial of his mother in 1712.

    3) 1695 9th May was baptised Marie Elisabeth, having for Godparents, Thomas St Ouen and Margueritte Elisabeth Barbe.
    4) c1695 was born Marie Anne (2nd child of this name), d. & bur Isneauville, 8/5/1700 aged 5 in the presence of Charles Le Houays.
    4) 1711 16th June, Isneauville, Louis LE HOUAYS, son of the late Louis and his wife Marie St Ouen of the parish of d'Isneauville, married Marie Anne LE CACHEUX, b. c1687 dtr of the late Pierre Le Cacheux and the deceased Anne Adans of this parish Signed in the presence of their relations by Louis Le Houays, his wife left her mark, and the relations George Adans, uncle of the bride, the mark of Anthoine Breard beaupere of the bride, Bruzent.  She d. 9th Oct 1759 Quincampoix, and was buried next day aged around 72  in the presence of Louis Le Houais, Thomas Le houays, Noel le Houays, and Francois Petit the cure being J C Caritte.  He was present at the burial of his mother in 1712.   Of this marriage there was known issue:-
                 (i) 1728 21st June, was born Pierre, baptised the next day at Isneauville having for godparents, Pierre Lehouays and Anne Adans, d. & bur 8/7/1729 Igneauville aged 1

             (ii) 1750 6th June , Quincampoix, was married Noel LEHOUAYS to Anne PETIT (both of the parish of Quincampoix) dtr of Francois and his wife Jeanne Breard.
  83. c.1690 (document undated) Jacques Saint Oin - the census of the Island of Saint Christophe.
  84. 1694 Jean and Jacques de St Ouen Seigneurs de Biherel.
  85. 1694 1st July, Jacques St Ouen, batchelor, d. aged 78 (thus born c1616) and was buried at St Nicaise, Rouen on that day, in the presence of his elder brother (signed 'de Sainct Ouen' - dba) and Jean Martin priest.(Information from Alexander Niemann)
  86. 1696 Louis de St Ouen
  87. 1696 Olivier der St Ouen m. Marguerite de Breche.
  88. 1696 Louis de St Ouen de la Douepe, Avocat au Parlement.
  89. 1696 Unknown de St Ouen, Ecuyer, Sieur d'Hagranville.
  90. 1696 Jean de St Ouen, Sieur d'Auffay.
  91. 1696 Catherine de St Ouen m. Rene Dupuis, Seigneur d'ermenouville, elsewhere Sieur d'Arnouville who was apparently the son of Pierre and his wife Marguerite du Hamel, and grandson of Gedeon who m. Marguerite Allais.  Of her marriage there was known issue:
    (i) Rene DUPUIS ecuier, Seigneur d'Ermenouville m. 3/4/1731 Ocqueville, St Vaast, Dlle Angelique LE BALEUR dtr of Pierre, ecuier, Sieur de Frobe'ruille, also noted as Sieur de Baucherville and his wife Dame Marie du Hamel [Angelique had a brother Henri le Balleur, b. 1/6/1700 bap 4/6/1700 Ocqueville, St Vaast, having for Godparents, Messire Francois Henri Martel, Sgr de Frion and our Catherine de St Ouen (Dame d'Arnouville)]
    (Information from Alexander Niemann).  The Dupuis family appear to have been protestant, the branch d'Ermenouville descended from Pierre Dupuis m. Genevieve de Milleville, who had just one son Jacques m. 1st Marguerite Chevalier of whom no issue and 2nd Catherine Olivier of whom he had two sons: Francois d. young with no issue, and Gedeon who m. Marguerite Allais and had four sons, Rene, Pierre who m. Marguerite du Hamel and was the father of Rene who m. Catherine de St Ouen, Antoine, and finally Adrien who died without issue (La France Protestante M M Eug and E M Haag, Tome IV Paris 1853)
  92. 1696 Charles de St Ouen, Prestre, Chanoine.
  93. 1697 3th December, Jean de St Ouen died and was buried next day at St Nicaise, Rouen aged 84 years old (thus born c1613) in the presence of  Le Carpentier father and son his nephew. (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  94. 1698 9th April Marie D'ERNEMONT of St Cande le Jeune, m. Rouen, St Cande le Jeune, Jacques CAUCHOIS of St Maclou.(Information from Alexander Niemann)
  95. 1702 28th March Isneauville, Madeleine DE ST OUEN was godmother with Anthoine Breard (Godfather) at baptism of Jean Baptiste son of Jean Breard and Madeleine Richer.
  96. before 1703 Pierre de St Ouen m. Marie Anne L'Hermitte and had issue of the following known children:-
    1703 28th January, Jean Pierre de St Ouen, son of Pierre and his wife Marie Anne Lhermitte was bap 30/1/1703 St Nicaise, Rouen, having for Godparents, Jean Le Monnier and Francoise Hecquet.
    1708 8th May, Marie Anne de St Ouen bap St Nicaise, Rouen, having for Godparents, Hugues Cuuier and Marguerite Laurens
    (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  97. 1703 5th December, St Nicaise, Rouen - The marriage of Magdeleine de St Ouen, (b c1682 d. 3/3/1708 aged about 26 bur next day St Nicaise, Rouen) daughter of Thomas and his wife Francoise Le Houas (both of the parish of boscguillaume) with Michel MOUCHET Master Grocer, son of the late Toussaint and Marie Le Coeur (for the last 8 days resident of the parish of St Nicaise, but formerly of the parish of St Vivien) (Information from Alexander Niemann)
  98. 1705 23rd February, St Nicaise, Rouen, Francois Adrian Dimbleual (I think this is d'Imbleval - dba) son of the late Adrian Dimbleual Esq., Sieur de Bretel et Douurondel and his wife Marie (Marte?) de St Ouen, of the parish of Vancy married Catherine Langlois daughter of Adrian Esq., Sieur de Breteuil and the late Marie de Clerey (could this be Clercy - dba) of this parish, in the presence of his mother and father and also his cousin Jacques Francois de Baudouin Esq. Sieur d'Escalle (Information from Alexander Niemann) note the family names that appear in our main Genealogy - Imbleval, Clercy, Langlois and Baudouin - dba.
  99. 1708 Charles Francois de St Ouen de Humesnil m. Mlle Groulard de Torcy in that year, daughter of the Marquis de Torcy, First President in Parliament.
  100. 1710 Francois de St Ouen  m. Therese Madeleine de Bailleul.
  101. 1711 Bans of Marriage 27th December 1710/8th January 1711 St Nicaise, Rouen, between Jacques Hurard Esq, Sgr. de Bocquicny, Conseiller du Roy en La Cour des Comptes, aides et finances de Normandie son of the late Olivier Huard doyen des ad.ats de la Cour and Dame Marguerite Herpin of the parish of St Nicolas with Delle Marie Therese de la Barre, daughter of Jean Claude chevalier, Sgr du plessis bouclon and of Dame Catherine de Breuedent of this parish.  A Messire Charles St Ouen du plessis signed as a witness on behalf of the bride. (Information from Alexander Niemann).
  102. 1723 Nicol Francoise de St Ouen m. in that year Nicolas de Cacqueray, Ecuyer, Seigneur de Valolive and had issue.  He was the son of Robert de Cacqueray, Seigneur de Valolive and his wife Marie-Anne Pasquier.
  103. An Antoine de St Ouen, seigneur de Lanoy lived at Quiberville, Seine Maritime, near Dieppe.
  104. 1748 2nd July St Godard, Rouen, Nicolas Charles DE ST OUEN m. Marie Madeleine HOMO (aged 18) dtr of Julien and his wife Marie Anne Fleury http://users.skynet.be/am035431/maritim/7.htm
  105. Noel DU BUC m. before 1749 Catherine DE ST OUEN, and of their marriage they are known to have had the following issue:- (Information from Alexander Niemann).
    1) 1749 19th April, Isneauville, Thomas DU BUC eldest son of Noel and his late wife Catherine DE ST OUEN of the parish of quinquampoix married Marie Anne FERMENT, dtr of the late Jean Ferment and his wife Catherine Morel of this parish, in the presence of Nicolas Lorel, Pierre Lenfant, Francois Journois and Pierre de la Size.
    2) 1752 12th June, Isneauville, Noel DU BUC younger son of Noel and his late wife Catherine DE ST OUEN married Marie Angelique De La Size, dtr of the late Pierre and the late Marie Anne du Ramey, all of them of this parish, in the presence of Davud Dubuc, DelaSize, Thomas Dubuc, D'Hermenge, Marpley, Jdeperrois, Pierre de perrois, De La Size pte, ... Jean Merial.
  106. 1756 9th June, Isneauville, Charles LE MOINE son of the late Denis and the late Marie De Fresne of the the parish of Preaux, married Magdeleine LE HOUAYS, dtr of Francois and his wife Catherine de St Ouen of this parish witnesses, Jean Morice, Marin de Lespine, Pierre Lenfan, Guillaume Barbarey and Catherine Le Houais. (Information from Alexander Niemann).
  107. 1763 before, Nicolas Broesse m. Margueritte De St Ouen and of this marriage the following are known to have issued:- (Information from Alexander Niemann).
    1) 1763 10th August, Isneauville, Marie Marguerite was baptised, the dtr of Nicolas Broesse of that parish and his wife Margueritte De St Ouen, having for Godparents, Pierre Nicolas De St Ouen and Marie Madeleine Marguerite Renaulet.
    2) 1765 1st April, Isneauville, was baptised Nicolas Jacques son of of Nicolas Broesse of that parish and his wife Margueritte Saint Ouen, having for Godparents, Jacques Feret and Catherine Broesse.
  108. 1769 Henry Remy ST OUEN D.ERNEMONT, Legion d'Honneur born on the 23rd August.
  109. 1770 12th November, Isneauville was buried in the cemetery of that church, the body of Marie Madleine GOMMET widow of the late Jean ST OUEN aged about 77 years, the burial witnessed by relations and friends, Jean Saint Ouen, Thomas Boullard, Jean Gueroult, and Louis Le Bourgeois, signed by the vic disneauville, N. Le Febvre. (Information from Alexander Niemann).
  110. Joseph de St Ouen m. Marie Catherine Campart and had the following known issue, Joseph de St Ouen was apparently unable to write his name and had to make his mark.:
    (a) 1780 Marie Marguerite de St Ouen, b. 2/5/1780, bap 3/5/1780 Quincampoix, having for Godfather Charles Francois Campart of the parish of Maromme, and for Godmother Margueritte Brouesse of this parish.
    (b) 1782 Adrien Joseph de St Ouen b. and bap 13/11/1782 Quincampoix, havig for Godfather Joseph Danelle and for Godmother Marie Anne Amourette both of that parish
    (Information from Alexander Niemann - he comments that this family does not appear to be noble).
  111. 1798 Francois Victor Remy DE ST OUEN D'ERNEMONT was born on the 27th November place unknown, Legion d'Honneur.
  112. 1861 Auguste DE ST OUEN (also known as Auguste St Ouen) enlisted on 1st August at Staten Island, USA, as a private age c 25 (b c 1836) for a period of 3 years in Co. F, on the 28th August 1861 tranferred to Oo. G and then on 21 December 1862 to 38th Infantry division. My correspondant who is researching the french contribution to the American Civil War would be glad to learn more about this person
  113. 1869 (elsewhere the year 1669 is mentioned?) Henry Remy DE ST OUEN D'ERNEMONT was born on the 23rd August at Paris, presumed the son or grandson of Francois Victor Remy de St Ouen d'Ernemont.
  114. INTERESTING: A Renee Augustine DE ST OUEN D'ERNEMONT m. 14/4/1903 Paris, Denis Francois Delphin BRUN, widowed of Celeste Josephine Chappard (1851-? the dtr of Antoine and his wife Jeanne-Claude Duvernoy)  b.  13/11/1849 the son of Jean Francois and his wife Jeanne Francoise Chappuis who were themselves m. 17/1/1849 Bard les Pesmes, Haute Saone, of this first marriage he had issue of three sons Henri, Lucien, Etienne Honore and a dtr Marie Blanche.  Of the 2nd marriage with Renee-Augustine there was issue of Etienne Honore BRUN.   <http://perso.wanadoo.fr/michel.chappard/dat1.htm#6>.
  115. 1804 Joseph Barthelemy DE ST OUEN Lieutenant de Vaisseau, m. Paris, France, Marie Madeleine Louise DELCAMBRE, b. 12/3/1777 Brest, Finistere, France, d. 14/6/1812, dtr of Jean Baptiste Joseph (himself b. 1737 Douai, Nord, Brasseur du Roy au Port du Brest, Customs Inspector) and his wife Louise Picou.  It would appear he had died at the date of marriage, as the bride had a stepfather Theodule Babin, Lt de Vaisseau.  Presseley Calahan Attakapa Gazette N.1- 1987
  116. 1914-1918 Great War, Gontran DE ST OUEN D'ERNEMONT just a private described as "soldat", was killed in the war, no details are given, but his name appears on the memorial at Alfortville Postal code: 94140 - Code INSEE: 94002 - so what is his parentage, and why do we not know about him?

PART 1 - GENEALOGY
FIRST KNOWN OF LINE

Guillaume I DE ST OUEN seigneur de St Ouen, lived in the middle of the 12th century and had among other children the following:-


END OF MAIN GENEALOGY
For known issue of the family St Ouen - see Part 4 of this Genealogy.
Any descendants who wish to be included, and do not appear, please advise me of your actual connection to this tree.


ASSOCIATED FAMILIES 1
MEGARD & LIAISONS

The family Megard and their connections are of humble origin and lived in the area of Bellencombre and La Heuze for some generations.  The limited knowledge we have of the family, derived mainly from my nephew Geoffrey's research is as follows:-

1.  Jean MEGARD butcher resident of Bellencombre in 1699 of his marriage had issue:-

Family HAMELIN

1.  Guillaume HAMELIN m. Unknown and had issue:-

Family HANIAS

1. Unknown HANIAS m. Madeleine HAMELIN b. 1615 d. 4/1/1685 La Grande Heuse, Bellencombre, Seine Maritime and of this marriage issued:-

Family SAHUT alias SAUT

1. Louis SAHUT b. c1637 m. Marguerite BAQUOR and of this marriage issue:-


ASSOCIATED FAMILIES 2
The arms shown are those of BAUDOUIN DE BOISSAY,
Seigneurs de BASSET (or BOISSET), DE LA GUENSSUE, DU PREY in Normandie, generalite de Rouen, confirmed in their nobility 1/9/1667 or 1669.
BAUDOUIN (d'Ernemont et de Boissay near Ernemont-sur-Buchy)

This research undertaken by cousin Alexander.Niemann@t-online.de is preliminary, and confirmation of the assumptions indicated would be much appreciated.  Does anyone have or know of a registered family Genealogy of Baudouin?  Alexander has discovered that the Baudouin family held the title d'Ernemont before it was passed to Jacques de St Ouen.  We know that d'Ernemont is d'ERNEMONT-SUR-BUCHY, and close by is a hamlet called BOISSAY to which this title refers.

1.  Guillaume BAUDOUIN b. c1480 d after 15/11/1536, resident of St Herbland, Rouen m. Marie MUSTEL b c1485 d 26/1/1546 St Herbland, Rouen, and of their marriage would appear to have had issue of at least two sons who follow:-

2. Mathieu BAUDOUIN, advocat au Parlement, was godfather on the 19/11/1585 to Jacques 2nd of name DE ST OUEN, son of Jacques de St Ouen and his wife Anne Baudouin de Boissay, it is likely that he was either a paternal uncle or more probably one of her brothers, perhaps even a first cousin.

3.  Information provided by Pierre Maraine
extracts from Les Conseillers du Parlement de Normandie by Henri de Frondeville.

(a) Noel BAUDOUIN ennobled in 1598.

(b) Jeremie BAUDOIN Sr de Beuville, auditeur de la Chambre des Comptes de Normandie, d. 1630 m. Barbe NAGEREL who herself d 2/4/1639.

(c) Francois BAUDOUIN Sr d'Escambres m. Marie-Charlotte ODOARD and had issue:

(d) A M. (BAUDOUIN) du Basset,  Tresorier de France m. Dame D'EUDEMARE, dtr of M. d'Eudemare, Sr du Basset,  Of his marriage he had issue of a son who follows:-

4.  Additional information obtained by Alexander Niemann
(a) 21/5/1570, Ernemont-sur-Buchy, Baptism of Jacqueline DE BAUDOUIN dtr of Francoys and (unreadable) his wife, had for Godparents: Jacqueline Daumont and Anne Delangres (?) and Gillette (?Colette) Pelletier and Charles Dumesnil.
(b) Also mentioned as Godparents within the files of Ernemont-sur-Buchy were two members of the Baudouin family: Nobleman Charles BAUDOUIN and Pretre M.re (Messire) Robert BAUDOUIN.
(c ) 28/51719, Boissey, near Ernemont-sur-Buchy, Baptism Jacques Adrian Francois DE BAUDOUIN son of Adrian, Escuier, part seigneur and patron of the Parish of Boissey, and his wife Noble Dame Anne Francoise DE MAZE, having for godparents: Messire Jacques de Baudouin, Escuier, Seigneur et Patron de Boissey and Marie Anne Maze de Parquette.

5. A Marie BAUDOUIN b c1570 m. Jacques DE BETHENCOURT b c1575 Rouen, esquire, Seigneur de Bosc-Asselin, Chamberlain de finances de Rouen.  Of this marriage issued a dtr:-


ASSOCIATED FAMILIES  3
The arms shown are those of LEFEBVRE DU MOUCHEL,
Seigneurs de la BODERIE, du MOUCHEL.
LE FEBVRE de Boderie, du Mouchel

ARMORIAL GENERAL DE FRANCE
15305. - (NORMANDIE. Le Febvre de Borderie, Ancienne famille noble maintenue en 1667). - De sab fretté d‘argf, chargé d’un léopard de gue.
- Alias : de sab. au chevron d’argt, accomp. de 3 croissants du mesme. (Pièces Originales 1138 et 1139. Dossiers Bleus 263.)

http://www.bourricot.com/Professionnels/FiefDesAnes/FiefDesAnes.html "À l'état de ruine ... en 1994, l'ancien fief seigneurial était propriété
au 16ème siècle d'une famille de lettrés, les Lefevre de la Boderie" the former estate has been restored and is now in use as - La Theatre de La Boderie".

15285. - (NORMANDIE. Alias Le Fevre du Mouchel. Confirmé-Anobli en 1625). - De sab. à un chevron d’argt  brise  par
le flanc droit, et accomp. de 3 croissants du mesme. (Chaix 18.)

The following information is primarily taken from my cousin Jules de Coquereaumont's Genealogy.
I must thank Stephane
http://perso.club-internet.fr/sguilln/lefebvre.htm for his clarification
of names and places, as Jules was not the greatest writer for clarity, and I'm not the greatest reader of written french!.

Jean LE FEBVRE ecuyer 1470 had issue of the following:

UNCONNECTED Le Febvre du Mouchel 


ASSOCIATED FAMILIES  4
The arms shown are those of HALLE,
HALLE de la Haulle, du Thuit, de Fretteville

Click for branch HALLE d'Amfreville, de Canteloupe, d'Orgeville
ARMORIAL GENERAL DE FRANCE
HALLE.    
18943. - D'az. à une fasce d'argt. chargée de 3 coquilles de sab. accomp. de 3 étoiles d'or. (Armorial Général - Normandie 3 et
Paris 2.)
NB The arms shown d'azur chargee trois trefles d'or - were confirmed as also correct by cousin Louis Jouby before he died, presumably in the light of the next item, these are the arms of HALLE DU THUIT, I understand that these are recorded by "Chevillard.. Recueil Bigot - S de Merval", as belonging to Halle Sgrs de Mouflaines, de la Haulle, du Thuit, de Fretteville etc. au Vexin normand).

A Correspondant has also advised me of the following arms, I shall draw them up shortly:    

HALLE DE LA HAULE - D'or au chevron de gueules, ch. d'une fleur-de-lys d'or, et acc. de trois molettes de sable
HALLE D'ORGEVILLE - D'azur, a la fasce d'argent, chargee de deux coquilles de sable et acc. de trois etoiles, d'or, or alternatively quatre etoiles d'or, 3 et 1
(normally in heraldry it is 2 et 1, so I shall follow the first description - dba - these are the same as the Armorial de France).

The basic family tree is based primarily from that made by my cousin Jules de Coquereaumont but has now been considerably amended and indeed corrected, some of his relationships were wrong.  NB: THIS GENEALOGY IS IN THE COURSE OF MODIFICATION (18/1/2006) - please advise additions, and corrections.  Items in red from Geneanet!!!

LAURENT HALLE first of name, d. 18/11/1544 bur Church St Vincent, Rouen behind the choir, bourgeois Rouen, living parish St Vincent, m. 26/5/1502 Martine DE GUEULLEVILLE and of their marriage they had many children who died young, but were succeeded by the following:-


HALLE d'Amfreville, de Canteloup, d'Orgeville
This is a branch presumably of the same family, they hold the same arms, the information provided by my friend Ghislain, it would be nice if we could find a connection between the two branches - Anyone able to help?

N…HALLE, bourgeois de Rouen, vivant vers 1550

UNCONNECTED Members of the family Halle

1. Marguerite HALLE godmother (19/5/1577 St Laurent, Rouen) to Marye dtr of Anthoine Rome, Sieur de Laigle, notere et secretaire du Roy, Marguerite m. Laurens ROME, Sieur de Beruille, Conseiller du Roy in the said court of parliament.

2. Charles HALLE b. 10/4/1766 Autretot, Seine Maritime and bap same day, m. 23/7/1787 Autretot, Marie Madeline Rose DORE b. 10/4/1762 Autretot, bap same day, dtr of Jean Baptiste and Marie Madeleine Ligois, d. 4/5/1849 Autretot bur there, Bobineuse.  On the death of her 1st husband she remarried 22/11/1802 Autretot, Jean Erode GILLES.

4. Guillaume HALLE Sgr du Thuit m. M KERVERT, they had issue of a child unknown:-

5. EARLY HALLE MEMBERS obtained from the records of St Laurent, Rouen by my friend and correspondant Alexandre Neimann

(a)  Laurence HALLEY (female) m. 15/9/1577 St Laurent, Rouen, Ambroisse MARC, godparent at baptism 15/1/1578 to Marye dtr of Pierre Marc, advocat in the court, later she appears to be godparent (9/1/1598) Marguerite dtr of Mathieu Halley procureur in the court and his wife Marguerite Le Febvre.

(b)  Robert HALLEY m. various dates, 3/11/1577, 17/11/1577 and 18/11/1577 (I wonder if the two earlier dates are the reading of the banns - dba) Magdaleyne alias Magdalleine DE LA HAYE  

(c)  Anne HALLEY was godmother (10/12/1577) of Barthelemy son of Jehan Amyost.

(d)  Pierre HALLE had issue:- 

(e) Guille HALLEY Procureur en la...  was Godfather (5/8/1584) to Loyse dtr of Nicollas Vaignon, procureur, it would appear that he was also Godfather (29/12/1584) to Marie, dtr of Nicollas Hemery, procureur en la court, at which time his occupation was stated as secretaire.

(f) Laurens HALLEY (male) described as nobleman, godfather (1/1/1597) to Marie dtr of Nobleman Barthelemy Halley, Sieur du Thuit and his wife Damoiselle Marie Jubert.

(g) Mathieu HALLEY Procureur en la court, m. Marguerite LE FEBVRE and had issue:-

(h) 1) Jehan HALLE (son of Jacques) bap St Herbland 8/12/1601 having for Godfather Louis Baudouin

2) Marie and Anne HALLE (daughters of Jacques) bap St Herbland 26/1/1603, having for respective Godparents - Jacques le Melle, Collette Papauoine and Clemence Heude (?) could this be 'Heuste'; and the 2nd dtr - Nicolas de la Court, Marie David and Anne Baudouin.

3) Marie HALLE (dtr of Jacques, Sieur Duual et Conseiller du roy en sa Court de parlement) bap St Herbland 15/11/1613 having for Godfather Jacques Halle, Sieur de Chantelou et Secretaire du roy maison et couronne de France.

Pierre HALLE Conseiller au ?  1613

Jacques HALLE Sgr de Chanteloup, Conseiller au Parlement de Rouen 1610

Jean HALLE Conseiller au parlement de Rouen, Maitre des Requetes, m. 1615 Anne PANES

6. EARLY HALLE MEMBERS obtained from the records of St Nicaise, Rouen by my friend and correspondant Alexandre Neimann

1) Jacques HALLE m. Marguerite SIMON and had issue of:-

5. EARLY HALLE MEMBERS obtained from the records of St Denis, Rouen by my friend and correspondant Alexandre Neimann

1) Marguerite HALLE b. c1627 d. and bur 9/11/1682 nave of St Denis, Rouen, aged 55.  She was Godmother on the 16/10/1665 St Denis, Rouen to Jean Baptiste the son of Pierre Boudin and Catherine Cousture, m. Simon DU VAL Marchand and tresorier moderne de St Denys, (nephew Anne du Val m. Nicolas Tabrouillet) and of the marriage issued:-

2) Jean Baptiste HALLE bur 8/1/1662 nave of St Denis, Rouen.


ASSOCIATED FAMILIES  5
JUBERT de Perey, de Vesly, du Thil, du Marais-Vernier, du Thuit among other places

ARMORIAL GENERAL DE FRANCE
JUBERT.

20337. - (AUNIS ET NORMANDIE-). D'az. d'une croix alaisée d'or, écartele d'az. a 5 fers de lance d'argt. : 3 et 2.
Guillaume Jubert, Chr. sgr de Villette, fils de Pierre, vivait en 1355 : son petit-fils : Guillaume, qui se trouva à Azincourt en 1415 laissa de Catherine de Brument, deux fils : l'aîné, Henri, fut l'auteur du rameau des sgrs de Memicourt : le cadet, Guillaume, sgr de Bizy, vivant en 1468, épousa Catherine Daniel de Boisdenemetz et en eut : 1' Guillaume. Chr. sgr de Bizy pere de : A. Guillaume. dont le fils Alphonse, Chr. sgr de Bouville. Président de la Cour des Aydes de Normandie continua le rameau des sgrs de Bouville. titre Marquis de Bizy ; B. Jacques, dont les fils : Jacques et Georges formèrent les rameaux du Til. et de Bonnemare ; 20 Henry, qui épousa Melle Goupil en eut 2 fils : Guillaume, auteur des sgrs de Portmort, et, Henri, auteur des rameaux de Brécourt et de Chailly. (Dossiers Bleus 371. - Cherin, 112. - Armorial Général - Normandie 3. - Paris 2.)

I must thank my nephew Geoffrey for his work on this family.

Pierre JUBERT living in 1355, apparently had issue of a son:-


FAMILIES ALLIED TO ST OUEN DE BELLEVILLE

DE BANASTRE Arms of the family 'de Banastre,
Seigneurs de Routes et d'Harcanville
ARMORIAL GENERAL DE FRANCE
2630. - (NORMANDIE). - De gue. a la bande d'argt accomp. de 2 molettes du mesme.

This Genealogy derives from information provided by initially Jean Claude Banatre, who welcomes any additional information on the family and has been modified and greatly enlarged due to the wonderful response received from Pierre de Boissieu. I hope I have interpreted this now wonderfully detailed Genealogy correctly.

Jehan BANASTRE, Sgr de Routes b c1425 d after 1479 m. Galliotte DE FROIDERUE of his marriage and had issue:-