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Ambroise the Huguenot

A History of a French Huguenot Family

by Esther Secor Cleveland

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Published by iUniverse, Inc. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biography: general,
  • Personal Memoirs,
  • Biography & Autobiography / Personal Memoirs,
  • Biography & Autobiography : General,
  • Biography / Autobiography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages120
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10780874M
    ISBN 100595871321
    ISBN 109780595871322
    OCLC/WorldCa176924161


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Ambroise the Huguenot follows the Sicard family as they bravely leave behind everything they know to come to a foreign, unsettled country. Told from Ambroise s viewpoint, this biography follows the young Ambroise from his home in France and his journey across the ocean to a new beginning in what would eventually become the United States of America/5(12).

Ambroise The Huguenot (Related to Ambroise Sicard) - Kindle edition by Cleveland, Esther Secor. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Ambroise The Huguenot (Related to Ambroise Sicard)/5(12).

Ambroise the Huguenot book Ambroise the Huguenot follows the Sicard family as they bravely leave behind everything they know to come to a foreign, unsettled country. Told from Ambroise's viewpoint, this biography follows the young Ambroise from his home in France and his journey across the ocean to a new beginning in what would eventually become the United States of America.

Ambroise the Huguenot: A History of a French Huguenot Family by Esther Cleveland () Ambroise the Huguenot book – January 1, out of 5 stars 1 rating See all 3 4/5(1). I tend to agree with other reviewers that this book is NOT an historical account of the life of Ambroise Sicard and his arrival in America.

It is rather a fictional account of what his life and journey MAY have been like. In fairness, the authoress does state in the book that it is a work of historical fiction/5(11).

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Ambroise the Huguenot: A History of a French Huguenot FamilyAmbroise The Huguenot. Specifications. Publisher: iUniverse, Authorhouse. Book Format: Paperback. Original Languages: English. Number of Pages: Author:Brand: iUniverse. France, Young French Huguenot Ambroise Sicard and his family desperately seek a life free from religious persecution.

Determined to travel to the New World, they leave their home in France, bring only a few possessions, and depend on the kindness of strangers to stay safe.

Ambroise the Huguenot follows the Sicard family as they bravely leave. Ambroise The Huguenot (Related to Ambroise Sicard) eBook: Esther Secor Cleveland: : Kindle Store3/5(1). I was very excited to find this book. Having just learned recently that Ambroise is my 9th g-grandfather.

My husband and I travelled to New Rochelle, NY to see the old burial ground, see the Huguenot memorial, etc/5. Read my book about Ambroise Sicard By Esther Cleveland Octo at For all who are interested in the descendants of Ambroise Sicard you will enjoy my newly published booktitled "Ambroise the Huguenot" by Esther Secor Cleveland.

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Ambroise Paré (c. – 20 December ) was a French barber surgeon who served in that role for kings Henry II, Francis II, Charles IX and Henry III. He is considered one of the fathers of surgery and modern forensic pathology and a pioneer in surgical techniques and battlefield medicine, especially in the treatment of :Bourg-Hersent near Laval, France.

Suggested Reading on Huguenot History. The following books are suggested for learning more about Huguenot history. Many of these books can be found in your local, genealogical, and state lending libraries, and some are available for purchase through online bookstores such asBarnes and Noble, Genealogical Publishing Company, or Clearfield Publishing Company.

In Chapter VII of Book II, Lord Castelnau gives an explanation for calling the reformers Huguenots. During the siege of Ambroise in it was said that the religious rebels were poor men not worth a huguenot, which was a small almost valueless coin (less than a denier) during the reign of Hugh Capet.

Afterward, this term was used by way of. Feb 7, - Explore seniorliz's board "Books about Huguenots" on Pinterest. See more ideas about French history, Books and History books pins. France, Young French Huguenot Ambroise Sicard and his family desperately seek a life free from religious persecution.

Determined to travel to the New World, they leave their home in France, bring only a few possessions, and depend on the kindness of strangers to stay safe.

Ambroise the Huguenot follows the Sicard family as they bravely leave Price Range: $ - $ France, Young French Huguenot Ambroise Sicard and his family desperately seek a life free from religious persecution. Determined to travel to the New World, they leave their home in France, bring only a few possessions, and depend on the kindness of strangers to stay safe.

Ambroise the Huguenot follows the Sicard family as they bravely leave behind everything they know to come to a. This book, "The Story of Suzanne" is the sequel to "Ambroise." It is also the story of her ancestor.

She live s in Hendersonville, North Carolina, and belongs to the North Carolina Writers Network (Netwest) She is a current member of the South Carolina Huguenot Society. The title page of Ambroise Paré's Oeuvres.

Paré was sympathetic to the Huguenot cause, though he seems to have kept appearances of being Catholic to avoid danger.

On Augthe day of the lomew's Day Massacre, Paré's life was saved when King Charles IX locked him in a clothes closet.

AMBROISE SICARD Senior, Huguenot By user Janu at Sources for the TRUE FACTS regarding Ambroise Sicard are as follows: AMBROISE SICARD was born in in Mornac sur Seudre, France, near La Rochelle, France.

He fled in with his wife (Name Unknown) and six children. (Originally there were seven, two Jacques. The Huguenot in England Immigration and Settlement cBernard Conttret >> “ Huguenots tended to travel and settle in the company of their friends and relations.” P “Protestants being ‘people of the book’, the reformed churches always stressed the File Size: 1MB.

The church's refugee committee helped finance Ambroise's transport to the Colonies. He and his family were considered persons of "Middle Quality" and received about 40£ for this purpose.

Ambroise was one of the founders of New Rochelle and is so honored by a Huguenot monument in New Rochelle.

He purchased 95 acres of land there in Libro ambroise the huguenot, esther secor cleveland, ISBN Comprar en Buscalibre - ver opiniones y comentarios. Compra y venta de libros importados, novedades y bestsellers en tu librería Online Buscalibre EstadosUnidos y : Esther Secor Cleveland.

Ambroise Paré (–20 December ) was a French barber-surgeon who served in that role for Kings Henry II, Francis II, Charles IX and Henry III. Ambroise Paré is considered one of the fathers of surgery and modern forensic pathology; a pioneer in surgical techniques and battlefield medicine, especially in the treatment of by: 7.

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- Huguenot Ancestors in New Rochelle, Westchester Co., New York. See more ideas about French history, New rochelle and Family history pins. The Huguenot cemetery, or the "Huguenot Burial Ground", has since been recognised as a historic cemetery that is the final resting place for a wide range of the Huguenot founders, early settlers and prominent citizens dating back more than three centuries.

Some Huguenot immigrants settled in central and eastern Pennsylvania. Esther is a retired nurse whose interest is genealogy. She has traced her family back to Ambroise Sicard born in She is author of Ambroise the Huguenot, The Story of Suzanne Sicard, and The Mysterious Tombstone, which is the third in this series about the Secor family.

Source: "The Huguenot Emigration ToAmerica" Charles W. Baird, vol I., page Note: Note: Ambroise is believed to be buried in the Old Huguenot Burying Ground inNew Rochelle, New York, which is located on the west side of DivisionStreet between the New York, New Haven and Hartford Tracks and UnionAvenue.

All Boards. Sicard - Family History & Genealogy Message Board Have you ever wondered or imagined what life was like for Ambroise and his family, way back there from on. Classification: Biography. Surnames: Sicard. This information is my book entitled "Ambroise the Huguenot" per page.

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Huguenots, and particularly French Huguenots, were persecuted Protestants in 16th and 17th century Europe who followed the teachings of theologian John Calvin. - Our Huguenot Ancestors quote I was quite familiar with the history of Protestantism in France so I decided to start investigate if our historians were telling the truth.

The results of my research conduct me to realize that the Huguenot presence in New-France was quite larger then we have been told & that they had played an important part in the discovery and colonization of.

Ambroise Sicard was born circaat birth place, to Ambroise Sicard, Sr and Jeanne Marie Sicard, Sr (born Perron). Ambroise was born inin Mornac, La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes, France.

- Explore eva's board "Joyner Family History", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Family history, History and My family history pins. Conspiracy of Amboise, abortive plot of young French Huguenot aristocrats in against the Catholic House of Guise. On the accession of the year-old Francis II to the French throne inthe Guise family gained ascendancy in the government, creating enmity among the smaller nobility.

A conspiracy to overturn their government was formed at Nantes, with a needy Périgord nobleman named. Ambroise Paré. Ambroise Paré (c. – 20 December ) was a French surgeon, and was a pioneer in Renaissance military was the great official royal surgeon for the kings Henry II, Francis II, Charles IX and Henry III, and is considered as one of the fathers of surgery.If Ambroise Sicord could return from the past and try to find his own people, that hard working and vital Huguenot farmer of New Rochelle would be a puzzled and amazed man.

For in the Westchester telephone book alone he'd find names of 43 families of direct descendants, scattered from New Rochelle through Yonkers, Mahopac, Shrub Oak,White.Ambroise Paré was a French military surgeon and pioneer of many medical techniques.

He was skeptical about the accepted medical wisdom of his day as much of it was based on folklore and tradition. Paré developed his own scientific methods based on testing and observation to improve the care of his patients, both on the battlefield and at the.