I made a mistake : in the (1690?) census there is not one entry for QUESTEL
but two (Jacques = Jack and Charles)
I suppose you have already visited Marie Anne DANET site dealing with the
French early settlers of St Thomas coming from St Barthelemy ?
Among them there is a certain Robert Questel, a native of Saint-Arnoult,
Normandie, France. He was hired in 1636 to travel to the islands (of the
Her listings of St. Thomas consist of births and marriages of the French
immigrants from Saint-Barthelemy which were registered on St. Thomas,
starting in the late 1800s : there are numerous QUESTEL from 1874 onwards
But what was your grandfather's first name ?
From: OOA Q
Sent: Friday, April 06, 2012 4:27 PM
Subject: Re: [Carib] Looking for St. Barth's, census online
Thank you PhilippeAnn
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