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The Sanxay Family, and Descendants of Rev. Jacques Sanxay, Huguenot Refugee to England in Sixteen Hundred and Eighty-Five (Classic Reprint)
by Theodore Frederic Sanxay


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I present, of course, the full genealogical chain. But it has also been my good fortune, to collect many in teresting facts about the people who made it up, and, to a considerable extent, I can see them in their lives and environments, and I feel almost as if I had known them.  Read more...


 
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Excerpt from The Sanxay Family, and Descendants of Rev. Jacques Sanxay, Huguenot Refugee to England in Sixteen Hundred and Eighty-Five

I present, of course, the full genealogical chain. But it has also been my good fortune, to collect many in teresting facts about the people who made it up, and, to a considerable extent, I can see them in their lives and environments, and I feel almost as if I had known them. What has been gathered would make a considerable vol ume. It is not now my purpose, however, to present a full history, but simply to accompany the genealogy with a statement of such facts and circumstances as may be necessary to give some proper view of the family, dur ing the period covered, and, as far as may be, of its origin.

The name Sanxay is very ancient. It has been per petuated as the name of a town in the old Province of Poitou, France. It is said, that this town must have existed as early as A. D. 300, and possibly earlier. As France is now constituted, Sanxay is in the Department of Vienne, Arrondissement of Poitiers, and Canton of Lusignan. It was an old Roman place, a fact revealed in the year 1882 by Pere Camille de La Croix, who un covered there some of the finest gallo-roman ruins that have been discovered in modern times. These include a theatre-circus, a Temple, a Baln aire d'eau de riviere.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781333508302
  • ISBN-10: 1333508301
  • Publisher: Forgotten Books
  • Publish Date: April 2018
  • Page Count: 222
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.47 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.67 pounds


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