|Birth: ||1667, France|
Isaac LeFevre was born in France and fled to England after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. He and his family sailed from Gravesend England on the ship "Peter & Anthony" (Galley of London) to Mankakin, Virginia in the spring of 1700 and landed at Jamestown, July 1700.
In 1700, he and his wife are named in the "List of Meal" at Falling Creek Mill, "Ye Refugees to receive one bushel per head of meal monthly as settled in and about King Williamtowne," From Tax records, Isaace LeFevre was born in France in 1667 and died in Virginia 1720/24.
The register of the Church of the French Refugees gives the name of his wife as Magdelaine. The census of King William Parish of 1714 proves they had one sone and three daughters.
He was elected instructor of Philosophy and Mathematics in William and Mary College and served one year. He resigned after some difficulty with the Governor anf faculty in regard to studies.
In 1724, he seems to have been a resident of Jamestown near the capitol of Williamsburg. The reference to the Royal Governor summoning him to pass upon the work of the surveyors shows that he resided near the capitol. He patented 68 acres on October 31, 1716.
Husband of Magdelaine (Parantos or Parentheau) LeFevre
Their children were ...
1. Abram LeFevre (m. Catherine MNU)
2. Magdalaine LeFevre
3. Elizabeth LeFevre (m. James Bryant, II)
4. Judith LeFevre (m. Pierre DuPuy)
I would like to thank Jim Morell for sponsoring Isaac LeFevre's memorial. His thoughtfulness is greatly appreciated.
Elizabeth LeFevre Bryant (1714 - 1745)*
Created by: Georgia Girl
Record added: Dec 01, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81286266
Added: Apr. 16, 2016
To my 10 great-grandfather I wish I could speak French so I could give you my love and to tell you I am glad I found you|
Linda B Shanz
Added: Dec. 25, 2015
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