Huguenot refugees during the reign of Louis XIV (L-Y) - Irish Pedigrees

La Balanderie
La Barthe
La Basoche
Labastide
La Bastide
La Bastide Barbu
Labat[47]
Labatie
La Batie
Le Bessede
La Billière
La Boissonnade
Labouchere[48]
La Bouchetiere
La Boulaye
La Brosse Fortin
La Brousse
La Bussade
La Caillemote
Lacan
La Cana
La Casterie
La Caterie
La Caux
La Chapelle
La Clide
La Cloche
La Colombine
La Conde
La Coste
La Coude
Lacour
La Fabrêque
Lafausille
Laforce
Laforey
Laghacherie
La Grangerie
La Guarde
La Guiminière
La Hautville
Lainé
La Lande
Lallone Duperron
La Loubière
L’Alouel
La Maria
La Malquière
La Maupère
Lamb
Lambert
La Melonnière
Lamillière
Lameryes
La Merze
La Millière
Lammert
Lamothe
Lamotte
La Motte
La Motte Fremontier
La Motte Grainder
L’Amoureux
L’Amy
Lanauze
Lanfant
Langlade
Langlois
Lanteau
Lantillac
La Perin
La Pillière
La Ramière
La Ravalière
La Rinbilière
La Risole Falatin
La Roche[49]
La Rochegua
La Rochemouroy
La Roque
La Roquière
La Roussellière
La Rouvière
Larouvière
Larpent
Larue
La Salle
La Sautier
La Serre
Laserre
Lassau
Lassaut
La Trobe[50]
Latrobe
La Touche
Latour
Lauga
Laume
Laurens
Lautour
Laval
La Ville Dieu
Lavit
Layard[51]
Lear
Le Barry
Le Bas
Le Blanc
Le Blon
Le Bourgay
Le Bourgeois
Le Brument
Le Brun
Le Clerc de Virly
Le Comte
Le Coq
Le Cordier
Le Cornu
Le Court
Leeds, Duke of
Le Fanu[52]
Lefebur
Lefebure
Le Febure
Lefebvre
Lefevre
Le Fleur
Le Geay
Leglize
Le Goye
Le Grand
Leheup
Le Maistre
Le Mann
Le Marchand
Le Marchez
Lembrasières
Lemery
Lentillac
Le Petit
Le Prez
Le Quesne
Lernoult
Le Roch
Le Roux
Lesage
L’Escott
L’Escours
Lescure
Le Sevestre
L’Espinasse
L’Estrille
Lestry
Letablere[53]
Le Vaseur
Levassuer
Le Vassuer
Le Vassuer Cougnée
Le Vassor
Le Venier dela Grossetière
Levesque
Levillaine
Lifford, Earl of
Liger
Ligonier
Ligonier de Bonneval
L’Ile de Gua
Lindsey, Earl of
Linoux
Lintot
Lion
Liscour
Litton
Liverne
Lizardière
Lombard
Londe
Londigny
Long
Longuet
Loquet
L’Orfelin
Lostall
Loteron
Lothian, Marquis of
Louard
Loubier
Loulin
Louvigni
Louvigny
Loux
Luard
Lubières
Lumley
Lumo
Lungay
Lyon
MacLeod
M‘Clintock
M‘Leod
Madaillon
Magny
Maillard
Maillé
Mailleray
Maillerays
Maisonneuve
Maittaire
Majendie
Majon
Malard
Maleragues
Malherbe
Malide
Mangin[54]
Marchais
Marchand
Marcomb
Margueron
Maricourt
Mariette
Marjoribanks
Marmaude
Marolles
Martel
Martin
Martineau
Masères
Maseriée
Massac
Massé
Mathy[55]
Maturin[56]
Maty
Maucleer
Mauclerc
Mauger
Maureau
Maury
Maury Desperon
Mausy
Mauzy
Mazères
Mazière
Melchior
Ménard
Menel
Mercier[57]
Meredith
Merzeau
Mesnage
Mettayer
Michie
Middleton
Miege
Migault
Millery
Milltown, Earl of
Minet
Minto, Countess of
Misson[58]
Mocquet
Moisan
Molenier
Moncal
Monceau
Montcornet
Monnier
Monpas
Monpesson
Montargis
Montault
Montaut
Montolieu de St. Hippolite
Montpinson
Montresor
Montroy
Moreau
Morel
Morell[59]
Morin
Morren
Motteux
Mouginet
Mougnier
Mount-Alexander, Countess of
Mourgrue
Mousset
Moustier
Murray
Murray, Lady L.
Musgrave
Mussard
Nau
Naudin
Nauranne
Neau
Neufville
Nicolas
Noel
Noel, Lady E.
Noguier
Nollet
Nouaille
Noual
Ogier
Olier
Olivier
Osmond
Ostervald
Ouvry
Pain
Palairet
Pallard
Palmer
Pantin
Papin
Par
Pascal
Passy
Paul
Paulin
Paulin, Comte
Peachi
Pechell
Peckwell
Pegat
Pegorier
Pegus
Pelham
Pélissier
Pelletreau
Penetriere
Pensant
Pepin
Pere de Fontenelles
Pérès
Perin
Perrier
Perrin[60]
Perronet
Petit
Pettit
Pettitt
Peutherer
Peyferie
Phipps
Pichon
Pigou
Pierre
Pillet
Pinceau
Pineau
Pineton de Chambrun
Pinsun
Pitcairn
Pitt
Planché
Plastier
Pointier
Poittevin
Pollen
Pons
Ponthieu
Porcher
Portal
Portales
Porter
Posquet
Potier
Potter
Pouchon
Poussett
Poyrand
Pratt
Pratviel
Pravan
Pressac
Prevost
Primrose, Viscountess
Prior
Priou
Prou
Pruer
Puget
Pujolas
Purdon
Pyniot
Pyniot de la Largère
Quantiteau
Querray
Questebrune
Quinson
Quirant
Rabainières
Rabaud
Raboteau[61]
Rabouillet
Rapin de Tboyras
Reade
Regis
Renaud
Rendlesham, Lord
Renu
Renouard
Renue
Revole
Renaud
Reynet[62]
Rhemy
Ribault
Riboleau
Ribot
Ricard
Richion
Richon
Rieutort
Rigail
Rigaud
Riou
Ripere
Rival
Rivery
Rives
Robethon
Roche[63]
Rocheblave[64]
Rochebrunne
Rochelle
Rochmount
Roches
Roger
Rougue
Romaine
Romieu
Romilly
Romney, Earl of
Ron
Rondeau
Rose
Rosen
Rossignol
Rough
Roumieu
Rouquet
Rouse
Roussel
Rousselet
Roussier
Rouviere
Roviere
Rozburghe, Duchess of
Roy
Rozet du Causse
Ruffiat
Rumigny
Russell, Lady C.
Russell, Lady Rachel
Ryland
Sabatier
Sablannan
Sailly
Saint-Aignan
Saint-Etienne
Sainte-Maison
Saint-Faste
Saint-Garmain
St Gruy
St. Leger
St. Marie
St. Maurice
Saint Paul
St. Puy
St. Sauveur
Saint-Tenac
Saint-York
Salingue
Sally
Salmond
Salomon
Samon
Samson
Sancerre
Sandoz
Santillie
Sarazin
Sarlande
Saubergne
Saure
Saurin
Sautelle
Sautreau
Savary
Schomberg
Seigle
Sellaries
Senoche
Serles
Serment
Serre
Servantes
Seve
Shaw-Lefevre
Shuttleworth
Sibourg
Siché
Silvester
Silvestre
Simpson, Sir J. Y.
Sisolles
Smart
Smith, Rev. S.
Smythe
Snell
Solegre
Solly
Souchet
Soulegre
Soulhard
Souligné
Soullard
Soumain de Valliere
Stehelin
Stewart
Strafford, Countess of
Subremont
Suttie
Sylvestre
Tabiteau
Tahourdin
Tallemant
Tardy
Tarleton
Tassin
Teissier
Tempie
Temple
Tendronneau
Tenderden, Lord
Terron
Terrot
Tessonière
Testard
Testard des Meslars
Testart
Testas
Tettefolle
Teulon[65]
Theron
Thierry de Sabonnieres
Tholon de Guiral
Thomas
Thompson
Tiberne
Tinel
Tinell
Tobie-Rossat
Torpie
Torriano
Touchar
Tough
Toupelin
Tournier
Trapaud
Travernier
Traviss
Triboudet Demainbray
Triquet
Tronchin
Troussaye
Truffet
Turner
Turquand
Turrin
Udel
Uxbridge, Countess of
Valsery
Vanneck
Vareilles
Varenques
Vashon
Vasselot
Vaury
Vautier
Vazeille
Vebron
Verangle
Vercheres
Verdchamp
Verdelle
Verdier
Vernezobre
Verny
Vermillon
Vesancé
Vesansay
Vesian
Vestien
Veymar
Vial
Vialers
Vialla
Vicouse de la Court
Victoria, Queen[66]
Viel
Vigne
Vignoles[67]
Vigor
Vilas
Villebonne
Vilmisson
Vimare
Virasel
Vivens
Wadden
Waddington
Walker
Western
Whitaker
Wilks
Willis
Wilson
Wynne
Yarborough, Earl of

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Notes

[47] Labat, or Labatt: A branch of this ancient Normandy family has been long settled in Ireland. The first Labat came over with William III., as an officer in William’s army; and eventually settled in the King’s County.

[48] Labouchere: An ancient Bearnese family, whose original name was Barrier. In 1621, Jean-Guyon Barrier, Notary-royal, married Catherine de la Broue, and from this union sprang Francis, Seigneur of Labouchere, from which place is derived the present family name.

[49] La Roche: A refugee from Bordeaux, originally named Crothaire, whose son became M.P. for Bodmin, in 1727; his grandson, Sir James Laroche, Bart., also sat for the same borough in 1768.

[50] La Trobe: Jean la Trobe, a refugee from the south of France, came to Ireland by way of Holland, and settled in Waterford about the year 1690; he died in Dublin at an advanced age. The name which originally was Von Blume, was changed to Antes, which it still bears.

[51] Layard: An ancient Albigensian family, whose original name was Raymond: “De Layarde” (near Montpellier) being merely their nom de terre, as in many other similar cases. Pierre Raymond de Layard, born 1666, left France about the period of the Revocation; attended William III. into England as a Major in General Verey’s Regiment of Foot. Pierre had two sons—1. Gaspard, baptized in 1725 in Canterbury, where the family settled in England; 2. Daniel-Peter, physician to the Dowager Princess of Wales. Daniel-Peter had three sons—1. Charles-Peter, prebendary of Worcester, and Dean of Bristol; 2. Anthony-Lewis; 3. John-Thomas. Charles-Peter had grandsons, two of whom were Austin Layard, M.P, and Colonel F. P. Layard. The head of the family is Mr. Layard, of Riversdale, near Dublin.

[52] Le Fanu: Etienne Le Fanu, of Caen, married in 1657, after some time made his escape into England, and eventually settled in Ireland, where descendants of his still survive.

[53] Le Tablére: Letablére, or De L’Establére, an ancient family in France, several members of which settled in England and Ireland. Of these René de la Douespe, lord of the manor of Lestablére, in Lower Poitou, left France, in 1685, at the age of 22, and arrived in Holland the same year, when he entered the military service of the Prince of Orange. He was an officer in Du Cambon’s Foot at the Battle of the Boyne, and afterwards in Lifford’s Horse. Having settled in Dublin, he died there in 1729, at the age of 66. His son, Doctor Daniel Letablére, was Dean of Tuam; his youngest daughter, Esther Charlotte Letablére, who became the eventual heiress of the family, married Edward Litton, Esq., an officer in the 37th Foot, and by him had three surviving sons—1. Daniel Litton, Esq., of Dublin; 2. Edward Litton, Esq., of Altmore, county Tyrone, who was Master in Chancery, and formerly M.P. for Coleraine; 3. John Litton, Esq., J.P., of Ardavilling, county Cork.

[54] Mangin: Several refugees of this name settled in Ireland. Paul Mangin became established at Lisburn, and there married Madelaine, the daughter of Louis Crommelin.

[55] Mathy: Was a celebrated physician and author. After a residence in Holland, he settled in England about the middle of the last century. He was Secretary of the Royal Society in 1758; and was afterwards appointed Librarian of the British Museum, in which office he was succeeded by his son. This name has been changed into Matthew.

[56] Maturin: Gabriel Maturin was a refugee pastor who escaped from France, and settled in Ireland. His son Peter became Dean of Killala; and his grandson Gabriel-James became Dean of St. Patrick’s, Dublin. From him descended the Rev. C. Maturin, Senior Fellow, Trinity College, Dublin, Rector of Fanet; the Rev. C. R. Maturin, author of Bertram: and Gabriel Maturin, Esq., of Washington.

[57] Mercier: Philip Mercier, a portrait-painter, born at Berlin, of a French refugee family, settled in London, where he died in 1760. In Ireland the name has been changed into Mercer.

[58] Misson: Maximilian Misson fled into England, and was selected by the Duke of Ormond as tutor to his grandson.

[59] Morell: Daniel Morell was born in a village in Champagne about the period of the Revocation; lost his parents at an early age. His foster-brother, Stephen Conté fled with him into Holland, under the guidance of a party of refugees; and on reaching manhood, both entered the army of William III., and fought under him through the Irish campaigns. Daniel Morell married the daughter of Conté, and the issue was Stephen Morell, who entered the navy, and died at an advanced age, leaving behind him three sons, all of whom became eminent as dissenting ministers—the eldest son Stephen, at Little Baddon, Essex; the second son, John, at Brighton; and the youngest Thomas, as theological tutor of the Independent Academical Institution known as Coward College. Of this family was also Dr. Morell, author of the History of Philosophy.

[60] Perrin: Count Perrin was a Huguenot refugee from Nouere, where he had large possessions. He originally settled at Lisburn, in Ireland, from which he afterwards removed to Waterford, and founded the family to which the late Justice Perrin belonged.

[61] Raboteau: John Charles Raboteau, a refugee from Pont-Gibaud, near Rochelle, settled in Dublin, and prospered as a wine-merchant.

[62] Reynet, or De Reynet: A refugee family which settled at Waterford; the freedom of which city was conferred in perpetuity on the descendants of Henri de Reynet. But Henri’s youngest son returned to France, and having professed the Roman Catholic religion, he was placed in possession of the family estate, which his descendants of the female line still hold.

[63] Roche: Louis Roche, a refugee manufacturer, settled in Lisburn. He became an extensive merchant, and descendants of his are now living in Belfast.

[64] Rocheblave: Henry de Rocheblave was pastor in succession of the French churches of Greenwich, Swallow-street, Hungerford, the Quarré, St. James’s, and last of all, of Dublin, where he died in 1709.

[65] Teulon or Tholan: An ancient family of Nismes, descended from Marc Tholon, Sieur de Guiral. Peter and Anthony fled from France at the time of the Revocation, and settled at Greenwich. Peter came into Ireland, and founded the county Cork branch of the family.

[66] Victoria: Queen Victoria is descended from a Huguenot Ancestress, Eleanore D’Esmiers, Marquise d’Olbreuse, who was great-great-great grandmother of Her Majesty.

[67] Vignoles: A noble family in Languedoc. Charles de Vignoles, fourth son of Jacques de Vignoles, Seigneur de Prades, near Nismes, fled with his wife into Holland at the Revocation. He afterwards accompanied the Prince of Orange into England, fought in the Irish campaigns, and settled at Portarlington.

[68] Table: For the names of the wives and children of the Hugnenots whose names are given in this Table II., see Agnew’s French Protestant Exiles, Vol. I., pp. 37-57.

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