David Des Marets
was also known as David Demarest. He was also known as David De Maree. David Des Marets was born in 1620 at near, Amiens, Beauchamps, Picardie, France. David Des Marets was born in 1620 at Beauchamps, Chambray, France. David Des Marets was born in 1620 at Beauchamps, near Amiens, Cambray, France. He resided at at Middleburg, Island of Walcheren, Netherlands, in 1642; joined a colony of Belgian and French refugees. He a member of the Protistant church, Middleburg, island of Walcheren, Netherlands at Protistant Church, Middleburg, Island of Walcheren, Netherlands, 1643. Marriage banns for David Des Marets and Marie Sohier
were published on 4 July 1643. Marriage banns for David Des Marets and Marie Sohier
were published on 19 July 1643. David Des Marets married Marie Sohier
, daughter of Francois Sohier
and Margrieta (Unknown)
, on 29 July 1643 at Walloon Church, Middleburg, Zeeland, Netherlands. David Des Marets and Marie Sohier
resided at at German Palatinate, Mannheim on the Rhine, Germany, in 1651. David Des Marets Elder, French Church, Manheim, Germany at French Church, Manheim, Palatinate, Germany, circa 1652. On 16 April 1663 Sailed from Amsterdam, Netherlads of Landed in New Netherlands aboard the ship Bontekoe (The Spotted Cow).
He resided at at Huguenot Village, Staten Island, Richmond County, New York, between 1664 and 1668. In the group were about 90 persons, men, women, and children, the French comprising a third of the number. On the passenger list were the names "David deMaire from Picardie, his wife ad four children, the ages of the children being eighteen, eleven, six and one years respectively. Each adult was charged 39 flrins por passage and board, children of ten years and under (except infants) half price. The bill for the desMarets family was 175 florins, 10 stivers, and exhobitant amount for that period. He was also known as David D'Amerex as he was known on Staten Island. He was was appointed Senior Commisary of the local courd opened on Staten Island by order of the Director General and Council of New Netherland. He resided at at Harlem, New York County, New York, in 1669. He left a will on 26 August 1689. He died on 16 October 1693 at New Mllford, Bergen County, New Jersey. He was buried circa 18 October 1693 at New Bridge, Kindachemack, Bergen County, New Jersey. He died on 16 October 1695 at New Milford, Bergen County, New Jersey. He died in 1697 at New Milford, Bergen County, New Jersey. He was buried at New Milford, Bergen County, New Jersey. His estate was proved on 30 July 1697.