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François Philippe du Hautmesnil de Marigny de Mandeville
Male  - 1728

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  • Birth  Bayeux, Normandy, France Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender  Male 
    Died  24 Oct 1728  New Orleans, Louisiana Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Buried  25 Oct 1728  St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans, Louisiana Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Person ID  I3336  Stewart
    Last Modified  26 Feb 2016 
     
    Family  Marie Madeleine Le Maire  [3
    Children 
    >1. Antoine Philippe de Marigny de Mandeville,   b. 20 Feb 1722, Mobile, Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 06 Nov 1779, New Orleans, Louisiana Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified  23 Aug 2007 
    Family ID  F1113  Group Sheet
     
  • Event Map
    Event
    Link to Google MapsBirth - - Bayeux, Normandy, France Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 24 Oct 1728 - New Orleans, Louisiana Link to Google Earth
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  • Documents
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, Page 42
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, Page 42
    Biographical and Genealogical notes concerning the family of Philippe de Mandeville Ecuyer Sieur de Marigny, 1709-1910
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 43
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 43
    Biographical and Genealogical notes concerning the family of Philippe de Mandeville Ecuyer Sieur de Marigny, 1709-1910
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 44
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 44
    Biographical and Genealogical notes concerning the family of Philippe de Mandeville Ecuyer Sieur de Marigny, 1709-1910
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 45
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 45
    Biographical and Genealogical notes concerning the family of Philippe de Mandeville Ecuyer Sieur de Marigny, 1709-1910
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 46
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 46
    Biographical and Genealogical notes concerning the family of Philippe de Mandeville Ecuyer Sieur de Marigny, 1709-1910
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 47
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 47
    Biographical and Genealogical notes concerning the family of Philippe de Mandeville Ecuyer Sieur de Marigny, 1709-1910
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 48
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 48
    Biographical and Genealogical notes concerning the family of Philippe de Mandeville Ecuyer Sieur de Marigny, 1709-1910
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 49
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 49
    Biographical and Genealogical notes concerning the family of Philippe de Mandeville Ecuyer Sieur de Marigny, 1709-1910
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 50
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 50
    Biographical and Genealogical notes concerning the family of Philippe de Mandeville Ecuyer Sieur de Marigny, 1709-1910
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 51
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 51
    Biographical and Genealogical notes concerning the family of Philippe de Mandeville Ecuyer Sieur de Marigny, 1709-1910
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 52
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 52
    Biographical and Genealogical notes concerning the family of Philippe de Mandeville Ecuyer Sieur de Marigny, 1709-1910
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 53
    Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 1, page 53
    Biographical and Genealogical notes concerning the family of Philippe de Mandeville Ecuyer Sieur de Marigny, 1709-1910
     
    Headstones
    Headstone for some of the Philippe de Marigny de Mandeville family.
    Headstone for some of the Philippe de Marigny de Mandeville family.
    ICI REPOSENT
    FRANCOIS PHILIPPE MARIGNY MANDEVILLE
    chevalier de Lordre royaL et militaire
    de St Louis et major de place a la Nouvelle
    Orleans ne a Bayeux en Normandie
    mort dans cette ville le 4 Nov 1728
    ANTOINE PHILIPPE MARIGNY
    de MANDEVILLE chevalier de lordre
    royal et militaire de St Louis et capitaine
    d'infanterie au service de France…
     
  • Notes 
    • - Officer of the infantry in Canada in 1709
      - Arrived in Louisiana in 1709
      - 1714 received commission as Captain, later made Chevalier de St. Louis
      - Commanded Fort Condé near Mobile on 4 Jun 1722
    • J. — THE MANDEVILLES
      As to the Mandevilles the first was Lambert, who was apparently enseigne in Chateangue's company and died before Bienville's memoir of 1711. Bienville had appointed to his place, and then to the lieutenance, his brother, Francis de Mandeville, Sieur de Marigny, a native of Bayeux in Normandy. He had a lot at Mobile, at that time, was a captain later, and commanded at Toulouse. On his return to France he was made chevalier of the order of St. Louis, and came back in 1721 to command Fort Condé. He had a large concession on the west shore of Mobile Bay, which has ever since borne his name ; as it bad been the residence of Bienville, we may suppose it that of Mandeville also. After removal to New Orleans, he was major de place and died in 1728. His widow next year married Ignace Brouten, captain of engineers and commandant at Natchez. One of their daughters married John Joseph Quelfau de Pontalba, and the other Louis Xavier de Luro de Chalmette. Wyman gives some further details in 2 Gulf States Hist. Mag., p. 61. [4]
    • 1st permanent resident of the Philippe family in Louisiana
     
  • Sources 
    1. [S133] Publications of the Louisiana Historical Society, Vol. 5 (1911), (Tulane University Press), F366 .L85 v.5-6., 42 (Reliability: 3).

    2. [S2] Archdiocese of New Orleans Sacramental Records Volume 01 (1718-1750), Earl C. Woods, (New Orleans, La. : Archdiocese of New Orleans, 1987), F379 .N553 W66 1987 REF V.1., 74 (Reliability: 3).
      DE MANDEVILLE [@PHILIPPE DE MANDEVILLE DE MARIGNY]
      Francois, Ecuyer, Knight of Military Order of St. Louis, major of this place,
      Interred: Oct. 25, 1728
      (SLC, B1, 63)

    3. [S64] Louisiana Historical Quarterly, 42-53 (Reliability: 3), 1911.
      Volume 5, Issue 1

    4. [S87] Colonial Mobile: An Historical Study, Peter Joseph Hamilton, (Hougthon Mifflin Co. 1910), F334 .M6 H18., 528.

  

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