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1 Reconnaisance dated 25 April 1686. q. v.

2 His marriage will be found entered in the Guînes Registers, p. 205.

Reconnaisance dated 9 May 1686. q. v.

• Reconnaisance dated 25 April 1686. q. v.

He was from Calais and the name will be found in the Guînes Registers. His Reconnaisance is dated 25 April, 1686.

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1This name appears frequently in the Guînes Registers under the forms Mazemgarbe, Mazengarbe.

2 This was Stephen Minet; see "The Huguenot Family of Minet" p. 47.

This entry is a most puzzling one, and that for several reasons; and this is the more tantalizing seeing that we know who the persons named in it were. Trouillart the former minister at Guînes, had been for a short time minister at Cadzand, and was now minister at Canterbury; Cochefer was the former lecteur at Guines, though whether he had come to England I do not know; Thomas Minet, elder brother of Isaac, was also from Calais, but had been living at Canterbury since 1683, (See the Huguenot Family of Minet, p. 37.) Thomas Minet was possessed of a Bible, which, to judge from the price put upon it, must have had some exceptional value or interest. Was it the Bible which had belonged to the Church of Guines, and was now in private hands, as the cups and linen were in the hands of de la Croix? If so, however, one would expect to find it regarded as a trust rather than as private property. The fact of '6 couronnes de France' being named as the cost of the Bible would seem to point to its having been bought abroad, if so, we must assume that it was purchased through the intervention of Thos. Minet. The entry seems to imply that the book was bought as a present to Cochefer to whom it was sent by M. Trouillart's hands, but I am unable to suggest any satisfactory solution.

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There were two families of this name, their Reconnaissances are dated Jan. 1, 1688, and June 19, 1687. (q.v). Both Germain and Marc le Cat died in Dover in 1690, and their families continued a constant charge on the church. It would appear from the registers that Jean Guerin and Marie Richer were husband and wife, who the 'Veuve Richez' was, I do not know.

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