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Cazalet from Fr to Eng to NY 1702 or Fr to Ire to NY 1800

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Cazalet from Fr to Eng to NY 1702 or Fr to Ire to NY 1800

Posted: 8 Jan 2009 8:21PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Cazalet, Ony, Terrell, Monteils, Johansdotter, Shurmur, Easom
I'm searching for any information about the Cazalet family in addition to what I have. Noel Cazalet and his wife, Marie Monteils arrived in NY about 1702. He married a second time to Elizabeth Ony (?) and had five children baptisted in the French Church in NYC: John, Peter, Catherine,Noah, and Noah. John lived til abt. 1741 and was married. Catherine married John Shurmur and had a child Mary, then John Easom, a privateer. Mary Shurmur married Frederick Weissenfels, a col. of New York Levies during Am. Rev.
Peter Cazellet, possible the son of John, married Elizabeth Burns in the French Church in 1769. This is the last mention of this family that I can find.
A Charles Cazalet is recorded as a glue maker and tanner in Cork, Ireland, about 1800. The Maine Eastern Argus reports the marriage of Charles Cazalet of Portsmouth (NH?) and Judith Smith of Portland, Maine, on 10-5-1821.
There are no Cazalets in the 1790, 1800, 1810, 1820, 1830 or 1840 Federal Censuses.
John Cazalet, b. NY 1831, appears in the 1850 New York Federal Census. He is married to Mary Jane Terrell. Her family was from Connecticut.
John reports on the license of his second marriage on 10-6-1892 to Sophia Johansdotter, that his father's name was Charles and his mother's name was Mary Jane (possibly Ebbets, but unreadable).
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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