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Re: FAMILLE DELATTRE FROM LILLE FRANCE
Posted by: Diana DeLauder Taylor Date: March 11, 1999 at 08:28:49
In Reply to: Re: FAMILLE DELATTRE FROM LILLE FRANCE by DELATTRE of 225

Hi Glen & Jean - I just found your messages on GenForum about David and I want to insert myself here with some more info I have that was made available after the publishing of Pauline DeLauter Fry's book - this computes to this David being born in 1655 - died in 1726 in Schifferstadt - his parents fled France after his baptismal at age 3 months. His son David, is the one that arrived in America, aboard the St. Andrew on 2 Oct. 1741.

David (DeLattre) DeLauder b. 1655 in La Basse, near Lisle, Flanders, France
M. before 1700
Died 14 January 1725/26 in Schifferstadt, Rhineland Pfaltz, Germany
spouses, Unknown, Anna Maria Reipelin & Margretha ?

Margretha ? died 1701, buried April 16, 1701

Children of David & Margretha -

David b. abt 1700 Christen in 1700 Schifferstadt, Rhineland Pfalz, Germany
m. 27 September 1718
d. bef 18 Feb. 1767 in Frederick Co., MD America

Margretha
b. 25 July 1700 - baptised Jul 25, 1700 Schifferstadt

David b. 1655 - froze to death - Data supplied to Pauline DeLauter Fry after publication of "DeLaughter Families in America" - sullied by Dr. Alfred Kuby of Edenkoben, Germany

Scriptures read at his burial: Gen. 31:40" Ecc. 40:10, the text Psalm 73:25-26

The protestant church of the village of Iggelsheim near Schifferstat recorded the death in 1726 of David deLatre, age 70, who had fled from persecution at LaBasse near Lille in Flanders (northeast France.) He had two children by second wife Margaretha and seven children by thrid wife Anna Maria Reipel. The later was a daughter of the Mayor of Friesenheim. David mus have been brought to Germany by his parents since we was baptized in Oggersheim when he was 3 months old. The parish books of Iggelsheim from 1603 are in the State Archives at Speyer in the Pfaltz.

Thanks
Diana DeLauder Taylor
lannytaylor@worldnet.att.net

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