New Bern, Craven County, VA
- Carolina Sentinel OCLC #: 10503077 Published Weekly from 1818 to 1822 in Newbern, N.C. by John I. Pasteur , 1818-1822.
- Carolina Federal Republican OCLC #: 10508783 Published Weekly from 1809 to 1818 in Newbern, N.C. by Printed by John S. Pasteur.
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For SALE, and immediate Possession given, SEVEN Hundred and Thirty-seven Acres of LAND, twelve miles above the town of Halifax, on the road to Warrenton. There is a common dwelling- house, kitchen, smoke-house, and granary. The soil is very good for tobacco, wheat and corn, and very rarely misses mast or fruit. Its situation is high and pleasant, with very good water, and no such thing as intermittent fevers known on it. Continue reading “Charles Pasteur’s property for sale, Halifax, NC, 1792”
THE TIMES PICAYUNE
Thursday Nov.7, 1911
MRS. PASTEUR’S FUNERAL
Reunited with Distinguished Husband
On Anniversary of Wedding.
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THE TIMES DEMOCRAT
Oct. 1, 1908
PROMINENT MAN DIES
CHRISTOPHER NEALE PASTEUR
Oldest Member of One of the Distinguished Families of Colonial Days in America
– Ancestors Were French Huguenots –
Was Eighty-Four Years Old
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Jakob Pasteur, famous Dutch partisan, born around 1650 near Uccle, was apparently the son of a forester in the Seuniënbosch. During the war between France and Austria, the latter ruled over the Southern Netherlands and laid waste to the country. Jakob Pasteur headed a band of foresters and volunteers who fought the French and caused them great losses. Continue reading “Jakob Pasteur (1650-1718), famous Dutch partisan”