Re: Esther Dubose - Edward L. Manigault
Subject: Re: Esther Dubose
From: Edward L. Manigault
Date: April 22, 1999

Bob Brooke:

Concerning your query of April, 21; your efforts may have paid off.

 Information I have gathered over several years (from various sources)
indicates that Isaac II DuBose (b. 1693) was the brother of Daniel (b.
1695), both the sons of Isaac "the immigrant" who = Susanna Couillandeau.

Madelaine DuBose = Peter DuBose (1703-1757). They had four issue: Peter =
Sarah Unknown; Sarah (d. Oct. 11828, Ga.)= Isaac DuBose (1742-1816);
Elizabeth = Unknown Saul; and Isaac who died in infancy.

Can't help you with Esther, but you might check for "Hester" as the names
seem to have been used in either form by many families. I don't have either

About Ann  Royer, that one Daniel DuBose married: was she the daughter of
Pierre (b. France) that was the sister of Noe' (b. France - d. 1698,
Charleston) who = Judith Gitton [ i.e., the son of Noe Royer and Madeleine
Saulnier ( both b. France, d. Charleston)]?  Noe and Judith had a son,
Pierre (b. abt 1697, Chas.) but he is believed dead bef. Nov. 26, 1699 when
not listed in a legal document.

Capt. Elias Isaac DuBose (1737-1789) = Lydia Cassel. Their children: Elias
Isaac Jr. (b. 1763) = Martha Law; Margaret (b. Dec. 18, 1765); Benjamin;
Mary (1774-1834) = William Law II; and Isaiah = Gilly H. Benton. I did not
have Ezekial, but he fits right in the date span. They are not listed in St.
James Santee Parish records, but that is not definitive.

If anyone can correct errors, please do not hesitate to do so, as I have no
proof of the above, except for the Royer/Gitton records.

 Your information filled some of my blanks. Hope this does the same for you.

Edward Manigault

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert D. Brooke 
To: [email protected] 
Date: Wednesday, April 21, 1999 10:43 AM
Subject: Esther Dubose

After "lurking" for some time, this is my first attempt to learn more
>about my GGGGG Grandmother, Esther Dubose, who was married to my GGGGG
>Grandfather, Andrew Rembert (1717-1775).
>My Remberts were associated with St. James Parish, Santee, Craven
>County, SC. Esther is the only Dubose I presently know of  from whom I
>am directly descended, but there was a *lot* of intermarriage between
>the Remberts and the DuBoses, and the following, I feel confidant,
>will provide a clue to Esther's close family/parents. Some of the
>I'm somewhat sure, are relatives of Esther.
>Daniel Dubose, married to Anne Royer, daughter of Pierre Royer and
>Anne Rembert, (b about 1686). Anne is the daughter of Andre Rembert,
>Daniel Dubose, married to Anne Rembert, daughter of Pierre Rembert (b
>about 1691) and Jeanne ?. Pierre Rembert is the son of Andre Rembert,
>(Since Pierre Rembert and Anne Rembert were siblings, Anne Royer and
>Anne Rembert were first cousins. Was the Daniel Dubose they each
>married the same person, or were there two Daniel Duboses?)
>Isaac Dubose (1693-1742) married Madelaine Rembert (About
>( Madelaine Rembert was another daughter of Andre Rembert, so she was
>the aunt of both Anne Rembert and Anne Royer, and therefore the
>aunt-in-law to Daniel/Daniel) I believe it very plausible that her
>husband Isaac Dubose was some relation to Daniel/Daniel).
>Isaac and Madelaine had two children that I know of. Isaac Dubose, Jr.
>and Madelaine Dubose. Madelaine Dubose married a Peter Dubose. There
>were probably other children of Isaac and Madelaine besides their
>namesakes, and probably Isaac Jr and Madelaine Jr had children.
>Elias Dubose, Captain (b est1732-1752)
>Ezekial Dubose (1772-1819), Elias' son. Ezekial Dubose married Mary
>Rembert (1781-1817). Mary was the great grandniece of both Pierre
>Rembert and Anne Rembert, because her GG Grandfather was Andre
>Rembert, Pierre and Anne's father.
>Well, that's all I know about these Dubose people, and I'm sure you
>are all saying "Thank God", because it certainly is confusing. It took
>me over an hour to type this message, trying to figure out myself the
>relationships of all these Duboses and Remberts who married kin.
>I'm hopeful one of you recognizes a Dubose name or two, and might
>give me a clue as to where Esther fits in.
>Thank you in advance.
>Bob Brooke

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