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Introduction
Family Tree Charts
Jean Mercereau & Elizabeth Dubois
Joshua Mercereau & Marie Chadrayne
Daniel Mercereau & Suzanne Marie Doucinet
Marie Mercereau & Jean LaTourette
Marie Mercereau II & Jean LaTourette II
Joshua Mercereau & Marie Corsen
John Mercereau & Elizabeth Creage
Elizabeth Mercereau & John Mercereau
Marie LaTourette & Samuel Broome
Elizabeth Broome & John Vanderbilt
John Broome & Rebecca Lloyd
Peter LaTourette & Abigail Mercereau
Peter LaTourette & Rebecca Moore
William LaTourette & Elizabeth Van Houten
Joshua Mercereau & Fytie La Grange
John La Grange Mercereau
Joshua Mercereau & Dinah Garretson
Joshua Mercereau & Abigail Broome
Samuel Broome, Jr. & Phebe Platt
Parents and Siblings of Phebe Platt
Amelia Broome & James Jarvis
Samuel Platt Broome & Barbara Nugent
Maria Platt Broome
Elizabeth Broome & Joseph Fay
Henry Augustus Fay
Henrietta Broome & Timothy Phelps
Jennet Broome & Timothy Phelps
Amelia Marie Phelps & Rev. Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright
Henrietta Broome Phelps & Robert Edes
Elizabeth Phebe Phelps & Francis Barber Chetwood
Caroline Broome & Joseph Dewey West Fay
Theodore Sedgwick Fay
Josephine Fay & John Catlin
Caroline Broome Fay & Arthur Tracy Jones
Horatio Gates Broome & Elizabeth Adams
Theodore Broome
Elizabeth Platt Broome & Linsley E. Gould
Caroline Amelia Broome & George Benedict Smith
Henry Broome Smith & Frances A. Billings
Mary Elizabeth Smith
Henrietta Adams Broome & John Barnard
Elizabeth Adams Barnard & Herbert G. Rose
Bibliography of Sources
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BROOME, LATOURETTE, AND MERCEREAU FAMILIES OF NEW YORK AND CONNECTICUT: 17th to 19th Centuries

BROOME, LATOURETTE, AND MERCEREAU FAMILIES OF NEW YORK AND CONNECTICUT: 17th to 19th Centuries

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Broome, LaTourette, and Mercereau Families of New York and Connecticut If you have a connection to Staten Island, New York, you probably have a connection to these families. The LaTourette and Mercereau families came separately to Staten Island from France in the late 17th century. They were French Huguenots who left France for religious freedom and were among the small number of early settlers on Staten Island. There were a lot of intermarriages between the LaTourette and Mercereau families and with the other Staten Island families, such as Broome, Chadrayne, Corsen, Doucinet, Lake, Poillon, and Vanderbilt. Later generations went further afield, though not very far – to Manhattan Island (New York City), Long Island, upstate New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut – to include Barnard, Chetwood, Fay, Gould, Jarvis, LaGrange, Phelps, Platt, and Smith. And still later, they included other families in other states.

This book tells the stories of these early American settlers and their descendants. Even if you don’t know of a connection to Staten Island, you may find a connection to a later descendant. And you will learn about early difficulties and successes of these pioneers.
Broome, LaTourette, and Mercereau Families of New York and Connecticut If you have a connection to Staten Island, New York, you probably have a connection to these families. The LaTourette and Mercereau families came separately to Staten Island from France in the late 17th century. They were French Huguenots who left France for religious freedom and were among the small number of early settlers on Staten Island. There were a lot of intermarriages between the LaTourette and Mercereau families and with the other Staten Island families, such as Broome, Chadrayne, Corsen, Doucinet, Lake, Poillon, and Vanderbilt. Later generations went further afield, though not very far – to Manhattan Island (New York City), Long Island, upstate New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut – to include Barnard, Chetwood, Fay, Gould, Jarvis, LaGrange, Phelps, Platt, and Smith. And still later, they included other families in other states.

This book tells the stories of these early American settlers and their descendants. Even if you don’t know of a connection to Staten Island, you may find a connection to a later descendant. And you will learn about early difficulties and successes of these pioneers.

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