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GAUTIER of New York City
Posted by: Beverly G. Kirby-McDonough Date: June 16, 2000 at 04:37:55
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This is my GAUTIER lineage, as I understand it. The family was from New York City.

Louis Andre GAUTIER
married Elizabeth SEBRING about 1753.
I can only identify two sons at this time):
1. Fredrik Sebring GAUTIER
christened 30 July 1755
2. Samuel GAUTIER
christened 14 March 1759
(Source of the above: LDS IGI.)

2. Samuel GAUTIER
married Catalina Delamater in 1783.
2-1. Samuel John Sinclair GAUTIER,
born 2 January 1785, died 1845
2-2. Benjamin Frederick GAUTIER,
born 5 March 1787.
( the christening
Christian GAUTIER.)
2-3. Catherine GAUTIER,
born 28 April 1789.
2-4. Susannah GAUTIER,
born 13 December 1790.
2-5. John Livingston GAUTIER,
born 2 April 1792.
2-6. Richard Varrick GAUTIER,
born 15 September 1793.
(Source: NYG&B Collections: Vol. III, Baptisms; NY Dutch Church; 1731 - 1800.)

2-1. Samuel John Sinclair GAUTIER
married Elizabeth Fawpell in 1808.
2-1-1 Sylvanus Miller GAUTIER
(never married)
2-1-2 Catherine GAUTIER
married John Sneckner.
(They had eight children.)
2-1-3 Eliza Gertrude GAUTIER
married 1st Sidell, 2nd Compton.
2-1-4 John GAUTIER
married Catharine Dunford.
(Children: Samuel, Eliza, John,
2-1-5 Mary Louise GAUTIER
married Amedee Constance Fargis.
(They had two children.)

If this information is familiar to anyone, please contact me. I am willing to share information. Thank you.

Beverly G. Kirby-McDonough


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