|Free white males 16 year upwards and head of families||1|
|Free white males under 16 years||0|
|Free white females and head of families||4|
|All other free persons||1|
Born on 21 November 1761 – NC, USA
Died on 16 June 1823 – New Bern, Craven Co., NC, USA
Buried – Cedar Grove Cemetery, New Bern, Craven Co., NC, USA
Age at death: 61 years old Continue reading “Craven County, NC – 1790 Census – Pasteur families”
The mass exodus of Huguenot immigrants from France to Geneva, Amsterdam, London, and other places started in 1572 after the “St. Bartholemew’s Day Massacre” on 24 August. Continue reading “Huguenot refugees in America”
Letter from Caroline Pasteur to her in-laws, thanking them for a present.
Comment assez vous remercier mes chers parents de ce superbe carton que —— (15) vient de m’apporter de votre part — C’est tout tellement beau que je ne puis pas croire que cela soit pour moi! Continue reading "Letter from Caroline Pasteur to her in-laws"
(Copied from the originals now (1964) in the possession of Col. F. M. Pasteur, M.C., Church Hall, Wormingford, Colchester, by J.R.T.A. on 30 August 1946.) Continue reading “Dîner de famille at Grand Saconnex, Geneva, on 10 July 1854”
Marc Henri Pasteur of Wynches, Much Hadham, Hertfordshire, and of Grand Saconnex, near Geneva was born on 29 October 1827 at Geneva, the elder son of Georges Louis Guillaume Pasteur, the Directeur des Postes, Geneva. Henri, or Henry, Pasteur was educated at the College of Geneva, and came to England in 1846 when he entered the office of his uncle Adolphe Pasteur, carrying on the business of an East India and Colonial Merchant, under the name of Patry and Pasteur in Mincing Lane. Continue reading “Marc Henri Pasteur (1827-1909)”