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Ancestors of Roy Perry Theriot

Generation No. 15


      16490. Gaspard De Coligny II, born 16 Feb 1519 in Chatillion Sur Loing, France; died 24 Aug 1572 in Paris, France. He was the son of 32980. Gaspard De Coligny and 32981. Louise Marie De Montmorency. He married 16491. Jacqueline De Montbel D'Entremont 25 Mar 1571 in La Rochelle, France.

      16491. Jacqueline De Montbel D'Entremont, born Abt. 1541 in Isere, Savoy; died 06 Jul 1600 in Geneva, Switzerland.

Marriage Notes for Gaspard De Coligny and Jacqueline D'Entremont:
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Notes for Gaspard II de Coligny:
Gaspard became a Huguenot in 1560 at the urging of his brother, François. He became the leader of the movement in 1569 upon the death of the Prince de Condé (Louis I de Bourbon).


More About Gaspard II de Coligny:
Fact 1: February 16, 1518/19, Châtillion Sur Loing, France
Fact 2: August 25, 1572, Paris, France
Fact 3: Admiral of the French Navy

Notes for Jaçqueline De Montbel d'Entremont:
Countess. Jaçqueline was 30 years old at the time of her marriage to Admiral de Coligny. the marriage was opposed by her family, so she ran away to la Rochelle to be married there.



More About Jaçqueline De Montbel d'Entremont:
Fact 2: July 08, 1600, Geneva, Switzerland
     
Child of Gaspard De Coligny and Jacqueline D'Entremont is:
  8245 i.   Countess Beatrice De Coligny D'Entremont, born Bet. 1572 - 1577 in Savoy, France; died Unknown; married Baron Claude De Meuillon 17 Jun 1600 in Normandy, France.


      16608. Jean De Maille De La Tour Landry, born 1512 in Chateauroux, Indre, France; died 1563. He was the son of 33216. Hardouin De Maille, X and 33217. Francoise De La Tour Landry. He married 16609. Anne Chabot 1538 in Chateauroux, Indre, France..

      16609. Anne Chabot, born 1541 in Geumenesurscorff, Morbihan, France; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 33218. Jean De Mille and 33219. Jeanne Chabot.

Notes for Jean De Maille De La Tour Landry:
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LaTour Landry

LaTour-Landry, arthur of a book entitled "The Knight od La Tour-Landry and His Book For His Daughters" which was to be used as a tutorial forhis daughters on proper behavior when in the royal court. The author of the book was the 4th Geoffroy de la Tour-Landry. His grandfather, Geoffroy III de la Tour-Landry had married the daughter of a neighboring grand seigneur, Olive de Belleville, who is affectionately recalled in the "livre" for her generosity and piety and for her delight in the company of minstrels.
The first known member of the Tour-Landry family is Landricus Dunesis, whose name appears in a charter between 1061 and 1063. The Tower and fortress that he built were destroyed towards the end of the 11th century, but the site of the feudal castle later built by the family can still be seen today, in a small town which bears its name "La Tourlandry" in the canton of Chemille, Maine-et-Loire. The present Chateau,built on this medieval site is mainly of 19th century construction, but the original moat and traces of the medieval buildings can still be seen. The tower, which was probably a "keep" dating from the 12th or 13th century, still stands intact, a little apart from the present house.



Throughout history there have been a number of Landrys of note including 5 designated Saints in the Catholic Church. Following is an account of Landricus Dunesis Knight de la Tour-Landry LaTour-Landry, arthur of a book entitled "The Knight of La Tour-Landry and His Book For His Daughters" which was to be used as a tutorial for his daughters on proper behavior when in the royal court. The author of the book was the 4th Geoffroy de la Tour-Landry. His grandfather, Geoffroy III de la Tour-Landry had married the daughter of a neighboring grand seigneur, Olive de Belleville, who is affectionately recalled in the "livre" for her generosity and piety and for her delight in the company of minstrels. The first known member of the Tour-Landry family is Landricus Dunesis, whose name appears in a charter between 1061 and 1063. The Tower and fortress that he built were destroyed towards the endof the 11th century, but the site of the feudal castle later built by the family can still be seen today, in a small town which bears its name "La Tourlandry" in the canton of Chemille, Maine-et-Loire. The present Chateau, built on thismedieval site is mainly of 19th century construction, but the original moat and traces of the medieval buildings can still be seen. The tower, which was probably a "keep" dating from the 12th or 13th century, still stands intact, a little apart from the present house.
OBJE: D:\genealogy\latourlandry.JPGThis is the village in France where the Landry name originated.

More About Jean De Maille De La Tour Landry:
Record Change: 03 May 2004

More About Anne Chabot:
Record Change: 16 Apr 2004

Marriage Notes for Jean Landry and Anne Chabot:
[Landry.FTW]

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Child of Jean Landry and Anne Chabot is:
  8304 i.   Francois Landry, born 1540 in Chateauroux, France; died Unknown; married Diane De Rohan-Gie 03 Feb 1564 in Guemenesurcoff, Morbihan, France.


      16610. Francois De Rohan-Gie, born Abt. 1504 in Guemenesurcoff, Morbihan, France; died Unknown. He was the son of 33220. Charles De Rohan-Gie and 33221. Jeanne De St. Severin. He married 16611. Catherine De Silly 1536 in Guemenesurcoff, Morbihan, France.

      16611. Catherine De Silly, born Abt. 1508 in Rochefort, France; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 33222. Charles De Silly and 33223. Phillippa De Sarrebruck.

More About Francois De Rohan-Gie:
Record Change: 23 Apr 2004

More About Catherine De Silly:
Record Change: 23 Apr 2004

Marriage Notes for Francois De Rohan-Gie and Catherine De Silly:
[Landry.FTW]

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Child of Francois De Rohan-Gie and Catherine De Silly is:
  8305 i.   Diane De Rohan-Gie, born Abt. 1541 in Guemenesurcoff, Morbihan, France; died 20 Apr 1585 in Paris, France; married Francois Landry 03 Feb 1564 in Guemenesurcoff, Morbihan, France.


      16632. Mathurin Guyon, born Abt. 1528 in France; died Unknown. He was the son of 33264. Jean Guyon.
     
Child of Mathurin Guyon is:
  8316 i.   Jacques Guyon, born 01 Feb 1562 in Tourouvre, Mortagne, Perche, France; died 23 Sep 1623 in Tourouvre, Mortagne, Perche, France; married Marie Huet 15 Apr 1583 in St. Jean-de-Mortagne, Perche, France.


      16930. Simon Pajot, born 1485; died 1553 in Paris, France. He married 16931. Jeanne Guerineau 1526.

      16931. Jeanne Guerineau, born 1493 in Paris, France; died 1572 in Paris, France.

Notes for Simon Pajot:
Occupation -tallow-chandler
     
Child of Simon Pajot and Jeanne Guerineau is:
  8465 i.   Jacqueline Pajot, born 1551 in Paris, France; died 1580 in Paris, France; married Nicolas Hebert Bef. 1564.


      24448. Claude De Comeaux, born Abt. 1507; died Unknown. He was the son of 48896. Guy De Comeaux, Lord Of Creancy. He married 24449. Jeanne De Gissey Abt. 1525.

      24449. Jeanne De Gissey, born Abt. 1507 in Champaign, France; died Unknown.
     
Child of Claude De Comeaux and Jeanne De Gissey is:
  12224 i.   Jean De Comeaux, born 1530; died Unknown; married Catherine Collard 1550.


      28672. Esquire Belin Daspit, born 1466; died 1536. He was the son of 57344. Esquire Jean Daspit. He married 28673. Lady Catherine Amblard 1489.

      28673. Lady Catherine Amblard, born Abt. 1466; died Unknown.

Notes for Esquire Belin Daspit:
Appeared in the review and parade of fifteen military men kept in the service at a salary, without special duties at Cliffo Castle in 1517, under the command of Jean de Montarby.
     
Children of Belin Daspit and Catherine Amblard are:
  i.   Charles Daspit, Esquire, born Abt. 1491; died Unknown.
  Notes for Charles Daspit, Esquire:
Served in a company of 57 soldiers on foot, in the King's service, and took
part in the parade and review of December 3, 1579 in the city of Ceutal.

  More About Charles Daspit, Esquire:
Occupation: Military

  14336 ii.   Esquire Jewin Daspit, born Bet. 1532 - 1536 in Toulouse, France; died Unknown; married Lady Jeanne Des Mesmes 1588 in Toulouse, France.


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