Jean Duchemin1

ID #73, (circa 1590 - circa 1664)

Parents:

Father: Remy Duchemin2 b. c 1555

Key Events

EventDateDescription
Birthcirca 1590He was born circa 1590 in France.3,4
Marriagecirca 1620He married first Guillemette de Mombrey circa 1620 in France.1,5
Marriagecirca 1630He married second Anne Le Noir, daughter of Christophe Le Noir and Esther de Coisnon, circa 1630.6,1
Deathcirca 1664He died circa 1664 in La Madeleine, Tinchebray, France.7,8

Children with Guillemette de Mombrey:

David Duchemin1 (c 1620 - b Jan 1699)
Judith Duchemin10,4 (s 1621 - )
Isaac Duchemin+1 (c 1623 - c Mar 1699)
Daniel Duchemin1 (s 1624 - )
Marie Duchemin11

Children with Anne Le Noir:

Samuel Duchemin+ 1 (c 1640 - bt Nov 1726 - May 1727)
Charles Duchemin1
Jean Duchemin1 ( - b 1705)
Rachel Duchemin1 (s 1644 - )

Note - Living persons are excluded from this website so not all marriages or children may be listed above.

Other Events

EventDateDescription
Event-Misc29 Sep 1642He leased two small rooms to Pierre Chenu of Vassy for 5 years on the main street in Tinchebray, France, on 29 Sep 1642.9
Residence1661He resided in La Madeleine, Tinchebray, France, in 1661.1
Succession20 May 1661He made an Act in Advance of Succession on 20 May 1661 in Tinchebray, France, before Guy Halley and Isaac Ybert, royal notaries. He divided his estate in Tinchebray between his six sons: David, Isaac, Daniel, Samuel, Charles, and Jean.1

 

Other information

Relationships:
Father of Samuel Duchemin
5th great-grandfather of James Samuel Dishman
Last Edited: 13 Aug 2014

Citations

  1. [S245] Jean Duchemin, Act in Advance of Succession; Records of Guy Halley and Isaac Ybert, Notaries of Tinchebray, 20 May 1661 Archives Départementales de l'Orne.
  2. [S245] Jean Duchemin, Act in Advance of Succession; Records of Guy Halley and Isaac Ybert, Notaries of Tinchebray, 20 May 1661 Archives Départementales de l'Orne, "Fut présent Jean Duchemin fils Rémy, bourgeois de Tinchebray lequel de son bon gré et franche volonté, à cause de son age, a fait avance de succession de tous ses héritages situés et assis en la franche bourgeoisie dudit Tinchebray, consistant en prés, maison, jardin et terres labourables, à David, Isaac, Daniel, Samuel, Charles et Jean Duchemin ses fils", translation "Was present Jean Duchemin son of Rémy, citizen of Tinchebray, who of his own sound mind has decided, because of his age, to advance succession of his inheritance located and situated in the town of the aforesaid Tinchebray, consisting of a farm, house, garden and arable lands, to David, Isaac, Daniel, Samuel, Charles and Jean Duchemin his sons."
  3. [S394] Jacky Delafontenelle, Les Protestants de Fresnes, p. 133, person (202).
  4. [S264] Letter, Gérard Villeroy to Keith Dishman, 2 Nov 2004.
  5. [S394] Jacky Delafontenelle, Les Protestants de Fresnes, p. 134, person (202).
  6. [S222] Jacky Delafontenelle, "E-Mail, Delafontenelle," e-mail to Keith Dishman, Isaac & Samuel Duchemin.
  7. [S394] Jacky Delafontenelle, Les Protestants de Fresnes, p. 136, states that Jean Duchemin is cited in the records again in 1663 and died the following year.
  8. [S245] Jean Duchemin, Act in Advance of Succession; Records of Guy Halley and Isaac Ybert, Notaries of Tinchebray, 20 May 1661 Archives Départementales de l'Orne, Jean Duchemin was living in 1661 when he divided his estate.
  9. [S532] Tinchebray Tabellionage Acts 1616-1721, Transcript Emmanuel Hamel genealogy website, 29 Sep 1642 entry, "Jean Duchemin fils Rémy, de Notre-Dame-de-Tinchebray, bail le pour 5 ans à Pierre Chenu, de Vassy, 2 petites chambres situées à Tinchebray sur la grand Rue."
  10. [S394] Jacky Delafontenelle, Les Protestants de Fresnes, p. 136, person (302).
  11. [S394] Jacky Delafontenelle, Les Protestants de Fresnes, p. 138, person (305).
 

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