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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: James Edward Aiguier was born in New York City. He was educated there and later in Philadelphia at the Evans Institute of the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. He would become a leading figure in his profession. This is the story of his paternal ancestry descending from four immigrants: Joshua Carter and Zechariah Field, both English Puritans, and Jean Francois Arnoux and Jean Baptiste Aiguier, both from the south of France. They and their offspring lived in the heart of the American story from 1630 to 1977 in the midst of important moments in its history. Carter and Field's great grandson John Carter at the age of nine was kidnapped by the French-led expedition to raid Deerfield, Massachusetts, in 1704. He was taken to Montreal, educated by an order of monks, and became a citizen in New France with a new name, Jean Chartier. Another immigrant, Jean Francois Arnoux, a surgeon on a French navy frigate, sailed with Admiral de Grasse to Yorktown in 1781 to assist the United States defeat the British in that famous battle. Injured in the battle, Arnoux remained in the new country, made his way to Montreal, Canada, to marry the granddaughter of Jean Chartier. Their daughter Mary Cecile would marry French immigrant Jean Baptiste Aiguier in 1816 and raise a family in New York City. Their great grandson was James Edward Aiguier born in 1883, died in 1977. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: James Edward Aiguier was born in New York City. He was educated there and later in Philadelphia at the Evans Institute of the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. He would become a leading figure in his profession. This is the story of his paternal ancestry descending from four immigrants: Joshua Carter and Zechariah Field, both English Puritans, and Jean Francois Arnoux and Jean Baptiste Aiguier, both from the south of France. They and their offspring lived in the heart of the American story from 1630 to 1977 in the midst of important moments in its history. Carter and Field's great grandson John Carter at the age of nine was kidnapped by the French-led expedition to raid Deerfield, Massachusetts, in 1704. He was taken to Montreal, educated by an order of monks, and became a citizen in New France with a new name, Jean Chartier. Another immigrant, Jean François Arnoux, a surgeon on a French navy frigate, sailed with Admiral de Grasse to Yorktown in 1781 to assist the United States defeat the British in that famous battle. Injured in the battle, Arnoux remained in the new country, made his way to Montreal, Canada, to marry the granddaughter of Jean Chartier. Their daughter Mary Cecile would marry French immigrant Jean Baptiste Aiguier in 1816 and raise a family in New York City. Their great grandson was James Edward Aiguier born in 1883, died in 1977.

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Descrizione libro Catherine Havemeyer. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Hardcover. 196 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.6in.James Edward Aiguier was born in New York City. He was educated there and later in Philadelphia at the Evans Institute of the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. He would become a leading figure in his profession. This is the story of his paternal ancestry descending from four immigrants: Joshua Carter and Zechariah Field, both English Puritans, and Jean Francois Arnoux and Jean Baptiste Aiguier, both from the south of France. They and their offspring lived in the heart of the American story from 1630 to 1977 in the midst of important moments in its history. Carter and Fields great grandson John Carter at the age of nine was kidnapped by the French-led expedition to raid Deerfield, Massachusetts, in 1704. He was taken to Montreal, educated by an order of monks, and became a citizen in New France with a new name, Jean Chartier. Another immigrant, Jean Franois Arnoux, a surgeon on a French navy frigate, sailed with Admiral de Grasse to Yorktown in 1781 to assist the United States defeat the British in that famous battle. Injured in the battle, Arnoux remained in the new country, made his way to Montreal, Canada, to marry the granddaughter of Jean Chartier. Their daughter Mary Cecile would marry French immigrant Jean Baptiste Aiguier in 1816 and raise a family in New York City. Their great grandson was James Edward Aiguier born in 1883, died in 1977. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Hardcover. Codice libro della libreria 9780985445218

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