Adam Camp

M, #7758, b. circa 1769
Relationship
4th great-granduncle of Lester Milton Barlow
     Adam Camp was born circa 1769 in VA. He was the son of Thomas Camp IV and Margaret Carney.

Larkin Camp

M, #7759, b. circa 1773
Relationship
4th great-granduncle of Lester Milton Barlow
     Larkin Camp was born circa 1773 in VA. He was the son of Thomas Camp IV and Margaret Carney.

Isaac DuBose I

M, #7760, b. circa 1665, d. between 1714 and 1721
     Isaac DuBose I was born circa 1665 in Dieppe, Normandy, France.1 He immigrated to Charles Town, Berkeley Co., SC, between 1685 and 1687.2,3

Isaac DuBose I married Suzanne Couillandeau, daughter of Pierre Couillandeau and Mary/Marie Fougeraut, circa 1688 in SC.4,5,6 Isaac DuBose I and Suzanne Couillandeau were naturalized in 1689 in SC.2

Isaac DuBose I left a will dated 19 Jun 1714 in Charleston, SC, which has been lost. See the Deed of Gift from Sarah Couillandeau in 1733.7

Isaac DuBose I died between 1714 and 1721 in SC established by his wife's purchase of land as a widow in 1721.8

Isaac DuBose I is mentioned in the DuBose Family story.

Children of Isaac DuBose I and Suzanne Couillandeau

Citations

  1. [S2329] Dorothy MacDowell Wood, DuBose Genealogy (Columbia, South Carolina: R. L. Bryan Co., 1972), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as DuBose Genealogy.
  2. [S2329] Dorothy MacDowell Wood, DuBose Genealogy, p. 2.
  3. [S1828] "U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s," Index, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 09 Feb 2016), Citing Filby, P. William, ed. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s. Farmington Hills, MI, USA: Gale Research, 2012, has 1689.
  4. [S2330] Liste Des Francois et Suisses en Caroline qui souhaittent d'etre naturalizes Anglois, 1696, No. 68, Huguenot Society of South Carolina, Charleston, SC.
  5. [S2329] Dorothy MacDowell Wood, DuBose Genealogy, p. x.
  6. [S2328] Leola W. Konopa, "The Isaac DuDosc Family of South Carolina", Transactions of the Huguenot Society of South Carolina No. 77 (1972): pp. 46-69. , Columbia, S. C.: The R. L. Bryan Company. Hereinafter cited as "The Isaac DuDosc Family of South Carolina."
  7. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina (Charleston County Government), Book S pp. 334-35, RMC Office for Charleston County.
  8. [S2328] Leola W. Konopa, "The Isaac DuDosc Family of South Carolina", pp. 46-69. , Columbia, S. C.: The R. L. Bryan Company. Citing "List of French and Swiss Refugees in the Province of Carolina who wished to be Naturalized English."

Suzanne Couillandeau

F, #7761, b. circa 1663, d. before 12 Mar 1742
     Suzanne Couillandeau was born circa 1663 in La Tramblade, France.1 She was the daughter of Pierre Couillandeau and Mary/Marie Fougeraut. Suzanne Couillandeau immigrated to Charles Town, Berkeley Co., SC, between 1685 and 1687.2,3

Suzanne Couillandeau married Isaac DuBose I circa 1688 in SC.4,5,1 Suzanne Couillandeau and Isaac DuBose I were naturalized in 1689 in SC.2 In 1721 Suzanne Couillandeau purchased land describing herself as widow, thus establishing an upper death date for Isaac I, her husband.1

Suzanne DuBose created a trust dated 11 Mar 1733/34 in Berkeley Co., SC, to be held by John Laurens, for the benefit of Isaac DuBose II, Elizabeth Whelden, Daniel DuBose, Stephen DuBose, John DuBose, Andrew DuBose and Peter DuBose, her children. She was about to remarry and wanted to protect her property for her children.6

Suzanne Couillandeau married Bentley Cooke after 12 Mar 1734 in SC.2,6

Suzanne Couillandeau died before 12 Mar 1742 in SC.7,1 She gave a deed of gift to Isaac DuBose II, Elizabeth Whelden, Daniel DuBose, Stephen DuBose, John DuBose, Andrew DuBose and Peter DuBose, her children, which was to be distributed by Isaac to himself and her other children, 12 Jun 1742 in Berkeley Co., SC.8

Suzanne Couillandeau is mentioned in the DuBose Family story.

Children of Suzanne Couillandeau and Isaac DuBose I

Citations

  1. [S2328] Leola W. Konopa, "The Isaac DuDosc Family of South Carolina", Transactions of the Huguenot Society of South Carolina No. 77 (1972): pp. 46-69. , Columbia, S. C.: The R. L. Bryan Company. Hereinafter cited as "The Isaac DuDosc Family of South Carolina."
  2. [S2329] Dorothy MacDowell Wood, DuBose Genealogy (Columbia, South Carolina: R. L. Bryan Co., 1972), p. 2. Hereinafter cited as DuBose Genealogy.
  3. [S1828] "U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s," Index, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 09 Feb 2016), Citing Filby, P. William, ed. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s. Farmington Hills, MI, USA: Gale Research, 2012, has 1689.
  4. [S2330] Liste Des Francois et Suisses en Caroline qui souhaittent d'etre naturalizes Anglois, 1696, No. 68, Huguenot Society of South Carolina, Charleston, SC.
  5. [S2329] Dorothy MacDowell Wood, DuBose Genealogy, p. x.
  6. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina (Charleston County Government), Book S pp. 334-35, ROD Office for Charleston County.
  7. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina, Book AA-ZZ (1744-1773) page 185.
  8. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina, Book S pp. 334-35, RMC Office for Charleston County.

Isaac DuBose II

M, #7762, b. circa 1693, d. between 12 Jun 1742 and 17 Sep 1742
     Isaac DuBose II was born circa 1693 in SC.1 He was the son of Isaac DuBose I and Suzanne Couillandeau.

Isaac DuBose II married Madelaine Rembert, daughter of Andre Rembert.

Isaac DuBose II married Esther Gourdin, daughter of Louis Gourdin.1

In the trust created by Suzanne DuBose, dated 11 Mar 1733/34 in Berkeley Co., SC, Isaac DuBose II, her son, was named as a beneficiary.2

Isaac DuBose II was mentioned in the will of Andre Rembert (his father-in-law), dated 4 Mar 1736/37, St. James Santee Parish, Craven Co., SC.3

Isaac DuBose II was named executor of the will of Andre Rembert (his father-in-law) dated 16 Mar 1736/37 in Craven Co., SC.4
Isaac DuBose II was given a deed of gift by Suzanne Couillandeau, his mother, which he distributed in 1742, 12 Jun 1742 in Berkeley Co., SC.5

Isaac DuBose II left a will dated 12 Jun 1742 in St. James Santee Parish, Craven Co., SC. Heirs: Esther Gourdin, Isaac DuBose III, Joshua DuBose, Jonathan DuBose, Jeptha DuBose, Susannah DuBose and Esther DuBose II, his wife, 4 sons, and 2 daughters. Witnesses: Daniel DuBose and Louis Gourdin, his brother and his father-in-law.6 Isaac DuBose II gave a deed of gift to Elizabeth DuBose, Daniel DuBose, Stephen DuBose, John DuBose, Andrew DuBose and Peter DuBose, which was the Deed of Gift from his and their mother, Suzanne Couillandeau (dated 11 Mar 1733/4), 12 Jun 1742 in Charleston, Berkeley Co., SC.7

Isaac DuBose II died between 12 Jun 1742 and 17 Sep 1742 in SC.6 His estate was probated on 17 Sep 1742 in St. James Santee Parish, Craven Co., SC.6

Isaac DuBose II is mentioned in the DuBose Family story.

Children of Isaac DuBose II and Madelaine Rembert

Children of Isaac DuBose II and Esther Gourdin

Citations

  1. [S2329] Dorothy MacDowell Wood, DuBose Genealogy (Columbia, South Carolina: R. L. Bryan Co., 1972), p. 2. Hereinafter cited as DuBose Genealogy.
  2. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina (Charleston County Government), Book S pp. 334-35, ROD Office for Charleston County.
  3. [S2286] "South Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1670-1980," Images, Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com : accessed 9 Jul 2020), Charleston Wills, Vol 70, 1736-1740, pp. 60-64.
  4. [S2286] "South Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1670-1980," Images, Ancestry.com, Charleston Wills, Vol 70, 1736-1740, pp. 64-65.
  5. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina, Book S pp. 334-35, RMC Office for Charleston County.
  6. [S2286] "South Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1670-1980," Images, Ancestry.com, Charleston Wills, Vol 72a-72b, 1740-1747, p. 180-81.
  7. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina, Deed Book AA-ZZ (1744-1773) page 185, RMC Office for Charleston County.

Elizabeth DuBose

F, #7763
     Elizabeth DuBose was born in SC. She was the daughter of Isaac DuBose I and Suzanne Couillandeau.

Elizabeth DuBose married Jonathan Whelden.

In the trust created by Suzanne DuBose, dated 11 Mar 1733/34 in Berkeley Co., SC, Elizabeth Whelden, her daughter, was named as a beneficiary.1
Elizabeth Whelden was given a deed of gift by Suzanne Couillandeau, her mother, 12 Jun 1742 in Berkeley Co., SC.2
Elizabeth DuBose was given a deed of gift by Isaac DuBose II, as administrator for a gift from their mother, Suzanne Couillandeau, 12 Jun 1742 in Charleston, Berkeley Co., SC.3

Children of Elizabeth DuBose and Jonathan Whelden

Citations

  1. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina (Charleston County Government), Book S pp. 334-35, ROD Office for Charleston County.
  2. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina, Book S pp. 334-35, RMC Office for Charleston County.
  3. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina, Deed Book AA-ZZ (1744-1773) page 185, RMC Office for Charleston County.

Daniel DuBose

M, #7764
     Daniel DuBose was born in SC. He was the son of Isaac DuBose I and Suzanne Couillandeau.

In the trust created by Suzanne DuBose, dated 11 Mar 1733/34 in Berkeley Co., SC, Daniel DuBose, her son, was named as a beneficiary.1
Daniel DuBose was given a deed of gift by Suzanne Couillandeau, his mother, 12 Jun 1742 in Berkeley Co., SC.2
Daniel DuBose was given a deed of gift by Isaac DuBose II, as administrator for a gift from their mother, Suzanne Couillandeau, 12 Jun 1742 in Charleston, Berkeley Co., SC.3

Daniel DuBose witnessed the will of Isaac DuBose II (his brother) dated 12 Jun 1742 in St. James Santee Parish, Craven Co., SC.4

Citations

  1. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina (Charleston County Government), Book S pp. 334-35, ROD Office for Charleston County.
  2. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina, Book S pp. 334-35, RMC Office for Charleston County.
  3. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina, Deed Book AA-ZZ (1744-1773) page 185, RMC Office for Charleston County.
  4. [S2286] "South Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1670-1980," Images, Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com : accessed 9 Jul 2020), Charleston Wills, Vol 72a-72b, 1740-1747, p. 180-81.

Stephen DuBose

M, #7765
     Stephen DuBose was born in SC. He was the son of Isaac DuBose I and Suzanne Couillandeau.

In the trust created by Suzanne DuBose, dated 11 Mar 1733/34 in Berkeley Co., SC, Stephen DuBose, her son, was named as a beneficiary.1
Stephen DuBose was given a deed of gift by Suzanne Couillandeau, his mother, 12 Jun 1742 in Berkeley Co., SC.2
Stephen DuBose was given a deed of gift by Isaac DuBose II, as administrator for a gift from their mother, Suzanne Couillandeau, 12 Jun 1742 in Charleston, Berkeley Co., SC.3

Stephen DuBose is mentioned in the DuBose Family story.

Citations

  1. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina (Charleston County Government), Book S pp. 334-35, ROD Office for Charleston County.
  2. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina, Book S pp. 334-35, RMC Office for Charleston County.
  3. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina, Deed Book AA-ZZ (1744-1773) page 185, RMC Office for Charleston County.

John DuBose

M, #7766
     John DuBose was born in SC. He was the son of Isaac DuBose I and Suzanne Couillandeau.

John DuBose married Mary Whilden.

In the trust created by Suzanne DuBose, dated 11 Mar 1733/34 in Berkeley Co., SC, John DuBose, her son, was named as a beneficiary.1
John DuBose was given a deed of gift by Suzanne Couillandeau, his mother, 12 Jun 1742 in Berkeley Co., SC.2
John DuBose was given a deed of gift by Isaac DuBose II, as administrator for a gift from their mother, Suzanne Couillandeau, 12 Jun 1742 in Charleston, Berkeley Co., SC.3

John DuBose is mentioned in the DuBose Family story.

Citations

  1. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina (Charleston County Government), Book S pp. 334-35, ROD Office for Charleston County.
  2. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina, Book S pp. 334-35, RMC Office for Charleston County.
  3. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina, Deed Book AA-ZZ (1744-1773) page 185, RMC Office for Charleston County.

Andrew DuBose

M, #7767, b. circa 1710, d. before 1790
     Andrew DuBose was born circa 1710 in SC.1 He was the son of Isaac DuBose I and Suzanne Couillandeau.

Andrew DuBose married Elizabeth Sinclair between 1730 and 1735 in Berkeley Co., SC.2

In the trust created by Suzanne DuBose, dated 11 Mar 1733/34 in Berkeley Co., SC, Andrew DuBose, her son, was named as a beneficiary.3
Andrew DuBose was given a deed of gift by Suzanne Couillandeau, his mother, 12 Jun 1742 in Berkeley Co., SC.4
Andrew DuBose was given a deed of gift by Isaac DuBose II, as administrator for a gift from their mother, Suzanne Couillandeau, 12 Jun 1742 in Charleston, Berkeley Co., SC.5

The family moved to St. Davids Parish, Cheraw Dist., SC, circa 1769, including Elizabeth Sinclair, Andrew DuBose II and Peter DuBose. They were Andrew's wife and 2 of their children.6

Andrew DuBose died before 1790 in Darlington Co., SC.1

Andrew DuBose is mentioned in the DuBose Family story.

Children of Andrew DuBose and Elizabeth Sinclair

Citations

  1. [S2329] Dorothy MacDowell Wood, DuBose Genealogy (Columbia, South Carolina: R. L. Bryan Co., 1972), p. 43. Hereinafter cited as DuBose Genealogy.
  2. [S2328] Leola W. Konopa, "The Isaac DuDosc Family of South Carolina", Transactions of the Huguenot Society of South Carolina No. 77 (1972): pp. 48-52, Columbia, S. C.: The R. L. Bryan Company. Hereinafter cited as "The Isaac DuDosc Family of South Carolina."
  3. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina (Charleston County Government), Book S pp. 334-35, ROD Office for Charleston County.
  4. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina, Book S pp. 334-35, RMC Office for Charleston County.
  5. [S2332] Charleston County Government, Charleston County South Carolina, Deed Book AA-ZZ (1744-1773) page 185, RMC Office for Charleston County.
  6. [S2328] Leola W. Konopa, "The Isaac DuDosc Family of South Carolina", pp. 58-60, Columbia, S. C.: The R. L. Bryan Company.