Henri Cabanis was born in Lasalle, Department du Gard, Languedoc - Roussilon, France
Henri Cabanis was among 207 French and Swiss passengers who embarked from Gravesend, England on April 10, 1700 on the Mary and Ann of London, which arrived at the mouth of the James River in Virginia on July 23, 1700 after a passage of 13 weeks.
Son of Pierre (1628-1669 )and Anne (Soultiere)( 1631-1726 ) Cabanis
Husband of Mary Margaret (Harrison) Cabanis ~ married ca. 1710, Prince George Co., VA
Their son, Mathieu Etienne Cabanis (m. Hannah Rachael Clay)
Henri Cabanis 1655-1720 was married "three (3) times":
1.) Marie Cuitte 1668-1702
2.) Magdalaine (MNU) Mertel (last name of "first spouse") 1671-1708
3.) Mary Margaret Harrison 1685-1729
The church at Merchants Hope in Prince George County, Virginia was known at the time of Henri Hubert (1655-1720) Cabanis' death as the Upper Chapel of Martin's Brandon Parish.
It is likely that both Henri ( 1655-1720 ) and Mary Margaret ( 1685-1729 ) were buried at the Upper Chapel of Martin's Parish and those graves have been lost to time or removed to Brandon.
Lost to time.