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      Bellieu   Billiou Belliew Balliou

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   LB_00  Pierre Billiou/Francoise DuBois

   LB_01  William Thomas Bellieu/Peg Martin
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LINKAGE BEGIN 01  William Thomas Bellieu/Marguerite Frances "Peggy" Martin

William Thomas Bellieu 75
   bm
   mf 1962 May 16 Marguerite Frances "Peggy" Martin 75
   bf 1945 Mar 17 to James Curtis Martin 74 and Doris E. (nee Crossley 74)
      Martin
   dm ____ ___ __
   n. One day, Peggy was driving down the road and noticed a fellow hanging out
      of a combine.  She stopped and ran to shut off the machinery which having
      a firm hold of his arm was earnestly trying to devour "Bill" Collard.
   mm ____ ___ __ William Collard 75, former school superintendent, warden.
   n. 1993 P. O. Box 785, Hominy, OK 74035
   n. 1993 ___ __ Blackwell, OK
   dm 1995 ___ __ of cancer.
 with William Thomas Bellieu 75
   Mary Ann 76    Kimberly K 76  William T 76
   b19630831      b19641003      b19651004
 with William Collard 75
   no issue

Mary Ann Bellieu 76
   bf 1963 Aug 31 to William Thomas Bellieu 75 et ux Marguerite Frances "Peggy"
      (nee Martin 75) Bellieu

Kimberly Kay Bellieu 76
   bf 1964 Oct 03 to William Thomas Bellieu 75 et ux Marguerite Frances "Peggy"
      (nee Martin 75) Bellieu

William Thomas Bellieu 76
   bm 1965 Oct 04 to William Thomas Bellieu 75 et ux Marguerite Frances "Peggy"
      (nee Martin 75) Bellieu

LINKAGE END 01 William Thomas Bellieu/Marguerite Frances "Peggy" Martin
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LINKAGE BEGIN 00  Pierre Billiou/Francoise DuBois
      Thanks to Ruth Gravitt for her help here.

Pierre Billiou 64
   bm 1625 Jun 17 in Lille, Wicres, French Flanders. RG.
   mf 1649 Apr 06 Francoise DuBois 64 at the Walloon Church, Leyden, Netherlands
   bf 1622 Jun 17 to Chretien DuBois 63 et ux Cornelia in Reins, Marne, France.
   zf 1622 Jun 18
   n. emigrated from Walslandt, and sailed from Amsterdam on the ship "St. Jan
      Baptiste" 1661 May 09 arriving at New Amsterdam 1661 Aug 06 with wife and
      five children aged respectively 9,7,6,2.5, and a newborn.
   df<1695 Jan 17 in Staten Island, Richmond Co., New York.
   wm 1699 Sep 11 P12-13 in Richmond, New York. RG.
      PETER BIYOU/BILLOU/BALYOU/BELEW. In the name of God, Amen. Be it known and
      manifest unto all to whom these presents may come, that I, PETER BIYOU, of
      the County of Richmond. I leave to my wife PERRIYE GERRIAGE, 10, and also
      15 per annum for life, as agreed by an ante nuptial contract.  I also
      leave her the use of all household stuff.
      I leave to my eldest son, ISAAC BIYOU, 25 for his birth right.
      I leave to the two children of son JACOB, deceased 50 each, I having
      sufficiently done for their father in his life time.
      I leave to the four sons of my daughter CATHERINE, by her husband,
      RICHARD CURTIS, a certin tract of land adjoining to DANIEL LAKE, in County
       of RIchmond, being 84 acres to be equally divided. I having paid a
      certain mortgage of 125 to PAUL RICHARDS, which he had upon a ertain
      piece of land belonging to NICHOLAS LARGILLIER, deceased, the husband of
      my daughter FRANCES, who is since intermarried with JOHN MORGAN, which
      piece of land lyeth in Richmond County, whereby the title is devolved
      upon me. And whereas NICHOLAS, the son and heir of said NICHOLAS the son
      and heir of said NICHOLAS LARGELLER, is heir to his estate, whom I had
      specially provided for on the marriage of my daughter FRANCES, my said
      daughter is to enjoy the benefit of the same till the said NICHOLAS shall
      come of age, and he shall pay 125 to the children of his mother, whether
      by his own father or of JOHN MORGAN.
      I leave the rest of my estate to my son ISAAC BILLOU, and to the children
      of my daughter MARIA, whife of ARENT PRALL, who is deceased, MARTHA, wife
      of THOMAS STILLWELL, CHRISTENSE, wife of ABRAHAM MARLET, CATHERINE, wife
      of RICHARD CURTIS, and FRANCES wife of JOHN MORGAN.
      Makes Abraham Gouveneur, Jacques Pouillon and Jasper Nissepat executors.
      Dated 1699 September 11.
      Witnesses:  Nicholas Jamaine, Jacob Thibou.
      1702 Jan 06 proved in New York.  Liber 7:79   WNYHS I:358.Page 13.
      1702 Feb 02 inventory of the estate PETER BELEW taken. Total 351.  Liber
      5-6:362  WNYHS I:315.9 MAY 1661
      Ship De St. Jan Baptiste from Blauvelt, Netherlands to Dutch colony of
      New Netherlands (NY). Huegonots, left France because of religious
      persecution. First permanent settlement made on Staten Island in 1661 by
      Pierre Billiou & others with Permission of the Dutch West India Company.
   dm>1699 Sep 11 and before 1702 Jan 06 the dates of writing and proving of his
      will Staten Island, NY.
   n. Pierre Billiou, the Walloon, Staten Island Pioneer"  Elmer G. VanName 1958
 with Francoise (nee DuBois 64) Billiou. RG.
   Marie 65       Martha 65      Catherine 65   Francoise 65   Christense C 65
   b1647          b16510208      b1654          b1655          b165810
   Isaac 65       Jacob 65       Peter 65       John 65
   b16610810      b1663          b16680606      b1670
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Marie Billiou 65
   bf 1647 ___ __ to Pierre Billiou 64 et ux Francoise (nee DuBois 64) Billiou
   mm ____ ___ __ Arent Prall 65
   dm ____ ___ __ before Pierre Billiou 64.
   df 1725 ___ __. RG.

Martha Billiou 65
   bf 1651/2 ___ __ to Pierre Billiou 64 et ux Francoise (nee DuBois 64) Billiou
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Stillwell 65
   df 1735/6 Jan 23

Catherine Billiou 65
   bf 1654 ___ __ to Pierre Billiou 64 et ux Francoise (nee DuBois 64) Billiou
   mm ____ ___ __ Richard Curtis 65.
   df 1703.

Francoise Billiou 65
   bf 1655 ___ __ to Pierre Billiou 64 et ux Francoise (nee DuBois 64) Billiou
   mm ____ ___ __ Nicholas Largillier 65
   mm ____ ___ __ John Morgan 65
   df 1706.
   n. Son Nicholas has a son Nicholas.
 with Nicholas Largillier 65
   Nicholas 66
   b

Christense Cret Billiou 65
   bf 1658 Oct __ to Pierre Billiou 64 et ux Francoise (nee DuBois 64) Billiou
   mm ____ ___ __ Abraham Marlet 65
   df 1699.

Isaac Billiou 65
   bm 1661 ___ __ to Pierre Billiou 64 et ux Francoise (nee DuBois 64) Billiou
   dm 1696/1709
   ld 1726 10 24 NJPLD B_I2 P301
      Grantor: Evan,_Alexander_and_James_Drummond
      Grantee: Isaac_Ballieu
      Description: N/S_Bound_Brook,_Middlesex

Jacob Billiou 65
   bm 1663 ___ __ to Pierre Billiou 64 et ux Francoise (nee DuBois 64) Billiou
   dm 1694

Pierre "Peter" Billiou 65
   bm 1668 Jun 06 to Pierre Billiou 64 et ux Francoise (nee DuBois 64) Billiou
   dm 1698/1702

John Billiou 65
   bm 1670 ___ __ to Pierre Billiou 64 et ux Francoise (nee DuBois 64) Billiou

LINKAGE END 00  Pierre Billiou/Francoise DuBois
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      Reference
      1. Soundex B400
      2. "Pierre Billiou, the Walloon, Staten Island Pioneer"  by Elmer G.
         VanName 1958
      3. RG - Ruth Gravitt.
finis
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Index


Catherine Billiou 65 P4                Christense Cret Billiou 65 P4         
Francoise Billiou 65 P4                Isaac Billiou 65 P4                   
Jacob Billiou 65 P4                    John Billiou 65 P4                    
Kimberly Kay Bellieu 76 P2             Marie Billiou 65 P4                   
Martha Billiou 65 P4                   Mary Ann Bellieu 76 P2                
Pierre "Peter" Billiou 65 P4           Pierre Billiou 64 P3                  
William Thomas Bellieu 75 P2           William Thomas Bellieu 76 P2          



Index_Spouse


Collard, William 75 P2                 Curtis, Richard 65 P4                 
DuBois, Francoise 64 P3                Largillier, Nicholas 65 P4            
Marlet, Abraham 65 P4                  Martin, Marguerite 75 P2              
Morgan, John 65 P4                     Prall, Arent 65 P4                    
Stillwell, Thomas 65 P4                                                      

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