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View Tree for Pierre Philippe LambremontPierre Philippe Lambremont (b. 18.July.1693, d. 29.November.1729)

Pierre Philippe Lambremont (son of Pierre Lambremont and Marie Laurence LeLeu) was born 18.July.1693 in Maubèrge-Hainault, and died 29.November.1729 in Ft. Rosalie-Natchez, MS. He married Marie Françoise Martin in Louisiana Territory, daughter of Sebastien Martin and Demeron.

 Includes NotesNotes for Pierre Philippe Lambremont:
Hainaut Colonists to Louisiana
Louisiana's first families
A Brief Genealogy history and links of the Hainaut colonists to Louisiana.

Belgium-France-Louisiana: The Ancient County of Hainaut
The ancient County of Hainaut is now part of modern day Belgium and a small piece lies in northern France.

The Mayflower of Louisiana: 1720
In 1720, over 100 colonists, many with their families, left Hainaut and migrated to Louisiana, where they became among the first families of Louisiana. These families have been likened to the Mayflower of Louisiana, according to Lambremont descendant, Jack Pastorek, as they were among the very first permanent working families to stay in Louisiana. These early colonists, who were born mostly in what is today Belgium, signed contracts in Maubeuge, (France) to come to Louisiana and work the land, according to Mr. Andre Haussy, a French Genealogist who rediscovered the original contracts about
1990 in archives in Lille, France and has published a book and several papers about these colonists.
"The first colonists spent their first year at Biloxi," according to George DeCoux, director of Parks at Gulfport, and descendant of two of the colonists, DeCuir and DeCoux. " After the first year, these colonists made their way to at least two farm concessions - one near New Orleans and the other at Pointe Coupee, both along the Mississippi River. My ancestor, Albert DeCuir (deCuire) was among these colonists who left their European home for a new life in a new world. There were 60 engages (contractees) who signed who were from in what is now France, and 68 engages who were from what is
now Belgium, and one each from Italy and Switzerland."


The 275th Anniversary Mass of the Hainaut Colonists in Louisiana
On the 275th anniversary of the arrival of the Hainaut Colonists to Louisiana, Father Leon Lyabaert, Historian and Pastor of the Catholic Church of Macon, Hainaut, Belgium, made a trip to Louisiana to celebrate Mass at the historic St. Francis Chapel in Pt. Coupee on the Mississippi River, in honor of the first Hainaut Colonists, many of whom established the first church of St. Francis in 1736. The Mass was celebrated in June, 1996, and included the 1719 ships's bell and 1696 chalice made in Belgium which has been part of St. Francis Church for as long as anyone can remember. Over 400 descendants of colonists Albert deCuire, Jacques DeCoux, Phillip Lambremont, and Jean Baptiste Pouceau attended the historic event.

Among the Hainaut Colonists who signed contracts in 1719-1720 to come to Louisiana on the
ship, La Loire, were these men and their birthhplaces researched by Andre Haussy:
LAMBREMONT, Pierre-Phillippe, born 1693 at Maubeuge, Hainaut (now France)

The Ship Log of La Loire in 1720

August 11, 1720 List of officials and engages for the Ste. Reince Concession embarked on the Loire bound for Louisiana from Lorient, France as trancribed by Dr. Glen Conrad of USL:

LAMBREMONT, Philippe, Nail-maker
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Bonjour et bonne annee egalement,

Oui, encore incomplet, je n'ai pas vu de mariage avec Marie Francoise
MARTIN, au depart de France il est celibataire.

Fiche familiale
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Mari: Pierre LAMBREMONT
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Naissance: Cir ___ 1665 a: ?
Deces: 9 Oct 1696 a: Maubeuge, France
Pere:
Mere:
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Epouse: Marie Laurence LELEU
Mariage: 31 Aou 1692 a: Maubeuge, France
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Naissance: 11 Jun 1672 a: Maubeuge, France
Deces: 3 Feb 1711 a: Maubeuge, France
Pere: Jean LELEU
Mere: Anne DARDENNE
Au mariage a Maubeuge les temoins sont : Philippe Maitrepierre et Louis
Dumont
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M Enf. 1 Pierre Philippe LAMBREMONT
Naissance 18 Jul 1693 a: Maubeuge, France
Décès: 29 Nov 1729 a: Pointe-Coupee, Louisiane. (1)
Occupation: Forgeron
Conjoint: ... NX
Mariage: a:
L'histoire rapporte le massacre du 29 Novembre 1729 dans lequel perirent
238 colons, dont 36 femmes et 56 enfants, et notament Pierre Lambremont de
Maubeuge et son fils. Il a quitté la France en Janvier 1720, le contract d'engagement a ete signe
a Maubeuge le 24 Septembre 1719. Pour une duree de 6 ans, 120 Louis
d'engagement, 15 francs par jour et sa nouriture et 15 sols par jour jusque
l'embarquement
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M Enf. 2 Philippe Joseph LAMBREMONT
Naissance -- Oct 1695 a: Maubeuge, France
Deces: a:
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(1) Registre genealogique de Louisiane Volume XL N°3 de Septembre 1993.
Et A.D.N. Lille. Série J.942/30. Acte n° 6076.
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Les ascendants de Pierre Lambremont de Maubeuge sont encore inconnu, il
peut-etre un descendant des Lambermont de Sedan (branche protestante) ou un
descendant des Lambermont du Brabant Wallon de Belgique. Je suis un
descendant de la branche de Seraing-Liege Belgium. Note que les branches de
Sedan (France) et Brabant (Belgium) ont ete cree par des Lambermont de
Liege. Les facons d'ecrire Lambermont au 16, 17 et 18e siecle : Labermont,
Labremont, Lambremont, Lambiermont, Delambermont, Lambertmont.
Toutes informations sur la descendance de Pierre Philippe LAMBREMONT sont
les biens venues. Pour votre francais pas de probleme ( si je pouvais deja
ecrire en anglais, comme vous en francais) vous pouvez peut-etre me servir
d'intermediaire ??entre Jack et moi-meme, Il a fait des recheches sur les
Lambremont de votre branche, il possede deja les informations ci-dessus.

Jack Pastorek
9335 West Damuth
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70815
Il dit, My ggmother was Armina Lambremont @Rosamond @Jean @Pierre
@Pierre-Philippe from Maubeuge, killed at Natchez.

JackPast@compuserve.com

Sur mon site, des informations sur les Lambermont et Lambremont
principalement de Belgique. Malheureusement pour vous tous le site est avec
ponctuation europeen (une nouvelle presentation sera placee dans 15 jours
mais toujours avec ponctuation, sorry)
Au plaisir de vous lire a nouveau
Rene LAMBERMONT
Rue Americaine, 25
B6900 Marche en Famenne. Belgique
rene.lambermont@tornado.be
http://www.tornado.be/~rene.lambermont












More About Pierre Philippe Lambremont and Marie Françoise Martin:
Marriage: Louisiana Territory.

Children of Pierre Philippe Lambremont and Marie Françoise Martin are:
  1. +Pierre Paul Lambremont, b. Abt. 1725, Ft. Rosalie-Natchez, MS, d., New Orleans, LA.
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