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  • Valentin PIERRAT

    Valentin PIERRAT[1, 2, 3]

    Male 1750 - 1844  (93 years)

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    • Name Valentin PIERRAT  [4
      Born 21 Mar 1750  La Bresse, Lorraine, France Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2, 3, 4
      • Revised Birth Date: Ivan Pieratt of Houston Texas has shared his documentation of French birth records. Apparently "Salt Lake film 1075494 filmed in Epinal, France 1974; La Bresse, France Church Records 1686-1750" [from Family History Center Library] Shows Valentine's birth as Mar 21, 1750 to Valentine (father) and Barbe Aubert (mother). I have usually preferred church records for accuracy of birth records as opposed to records made several years later, as in the case with Valentine's military information which calculated his birth to be 1752.
      Valentine Pierrat Birth Record from Church Records in France
      Valentine Pierrat Birth Record from Church Records in France
      Pierrat Birth Records E P 80 Yellow
      Pierrat Birth Records E P 80 Yellow
      Gender Male 
      Military Service 13 Jan 1779-1 May 1783  France Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
      Valentine Pieratt's service in the French Military 
      • Valentine Pieratt was inscripted into the French Army's Artillery Division. He was enlisted on Jan. 13, 1779 and discharged on May 1, 1783.
      Pieratt French Army Induction
      Pieratt French Army Induction Jan 13, 1779
      Military Service 1 May 1783  Wilmington, DE Find all individuals with events at this location 
      Discharge from French Army 
      Valentine Pieratt Military Discharge
      Valentine Pieratt Military Discharge
      Valentine Pieratt Military Discharge  Transcription
      Valentine Pieratt Military Discharge Transcription
      Residence 1800  Bath County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
      The 1880 Kentucky Tax Rolls place Valentin in Montgomery County, but this location would later become Bath County.
       
      1800 Tax Roll for Valentin Pierrat 1750 in KY
      1800 Tax Roll for Valentin Pierrat 1750 in KY
      Census 1810  Valentine Pieratt Homestead in Bath County Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
      Residence for 1810 Census 
      • Valentine and his family were listed in the 1810 Kentucky census for Montgomery County.
        [7]
      Volentine Pierrat 1750 1810 Census
      Volentine Pierrat 1750 1810 Census
      Census 1820  Bath County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  [8
      Residence for 1820 Census 
      • Valentine Pierrat is listed with family as follows:

        2 males under 10
        1 male over 45 [Valentine]
        1 female 16-25

        [Thus, there are only 4 people living her. It gives the impression that he must be living with a daughter and her children, or two children of Valentine, born after 1810]
        [8]
      • I am not totally convinced that this is actually Valentine. The reason being that he would have moved from his original, away from James and John Pieratt near Owingsville.
        However, if his wife had died, he may be living with a daughter who is otherwise unaccounted for in the census, such and Barbara or Ayrie.
      1820 Census Valenetine Pieratt 1750 in Bath County KY
      1820 Census Valenetine Pieratt 1750 in Bath County KY
      Military Service 1836  Bath County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
      Residence when Valentine Pieratt applied for military pension 
      • Valentine Pieratt applied for a pension in approximately 1836 for a pension for his military service during the Revolutionary War. His application was denied on the basis that he served in the French army, and not the American army.

      Valentine Pieratt Pension Denial in Congress
      Valentine Pieratt Pension Denial in Congress
      Rejection of Pieratt's Pension. From Ivan Pieratt of Houston, Texas.
      Valentine Pieratt Pension Denial Page 1
      Valentine Pieratt Pension Denial Page 1
      Valentine Pieratt Pension Denial Page 2.
      Valentine Pieratt Pension Denial Page 2.
      Valentine Pieratt Pension Denial Transcription.
      Valentine Pieratt Pension Denial Transcription.
      Valentine Pieratt Pension Application 1836 Page 2
      Valentine Pieratt Pension Application 1836 Page 2
      Valentine Pieratt Pension Application 1836 Page 1
      Valentine Pieratt Pension Application 1836 Page 1
      Died 1844  Bath County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
      Buried Pieratt Family Cemetery, Near Owingsville, Bath Co., KY Find all individuals with events at this location  [10
      Person ID I93  Blecha/McDaniel
      Last Modified 30 Oct 2014 

      Father Valentine PIERRAT,   b. Abt 1705, Vosges, France Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 May 1788, La Bresse, Vosges, France Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 83 years) 
      Mother Barbe AUBERT,   b. 14 Mar 1708/1709, La Bresse, Vosges, France Find all individuals with events at this location 
      Married 7 Feb 1730  La Bresse, Vosges, France Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 11
      Valentine Pieratt & Barb Aubert Marriage Record.jpg
      Valentine Pieratt & Barb Aubert Marriage Record.jpg
      Family ID F1237  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

      Family Elizabeth Anna AYRE\EARSE,   b. 1765, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Before 1820, Bath County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 55 years) 
      Married 6 Nov 1791  St. Pauls Church, Baltimore, MD Find all individuals with events at this location  [12
      Notes 
      • Maryland Marraiges 1778-1880, 18 BA - 3, Baltimore County, MD, St. Pauls Protestant Episcopal Church, Baltimore, Maryland. "Transcription of text Marriage Licenses Returns of Rev. John Hagerty, Scharf Papers, MS. 1999 at MHS."

        First obtained by Ivan Pieratt of Houston Texas. Ivan states, "Original records are in the possession of the Maryland Historical Society and only copies have been searched. I have seen four different versions of the record for Valentine and Elizabeth spellings.".
      Children 
      +1. John Morris PIERATT,   b. 13 Dec 1790, Baltimore, Baltimore Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Mar 1875, Morgan County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 84 years)
       2. Barbara PIERATT,   b. 10 Jan 1793, Baltimore, Baltimore Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location
      +3. James PIERATT,   b. 16 Apr 1795, Baltimore, Baltimore Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Jul 1852, Bath County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 57 years)
      +4. Elizabeth "Betsy" PIERATT,   b. 1798, Montgomery Co., Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1880, Bath County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 83 years)
       5. Ayrie PIERATT,   b. 1799, Montgomery Co., Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location
      +6. George PIERATT,   b. Abt 1805, Bath County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Feb 1881, Owingsville, Bath Co., Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 76 years)
      +7. Henry PIERATT,   b. Abt 1808, Montgomery Co., Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1877, Nicholas County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 69 years)
      +8. Eliza PIERATT,   b. 1811, Montgomery Co., Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. After 1860, Bath County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 50 years)
      Documents
      Records of St. Paul's Parish, Vol. 1
      Records of St. Paul's Parish, Vol. 1
      This document ia another source that shows: 1. marriage of Valentine and Elizabeth (p. 64), 2. Christenings of Barbara and John Morris (p. 78), 3. Christening of James Pieratt (p. 92).
      Last Modified 16 Oct 2014 
      Family ID F29  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    • Event Map
      Link to Google MapsBorn - 21 Mar 1750 - La Bresse, Lorraine, France Link to Google Earth
      Link to Google MapsMilitary Service - Valentine Pieratt's service in the French Military - 13 Jan 1779-1 May 1783 - France Link to Google Earth
      Link to Google MapsMilitary Service - Discharge from French Army - 1 May 1783 - Wilmington, DE Link to Google Earth
      Link to Google MapsMarried - 6 Nov 1791 - St. Pauls Church, Baltimore, MD Link to Google Earth
      Link to Google MapsResidence - The 1880 Kentucky Tax Rolls place Valentin in Montgomery County, but this location would later become Bath County. - 1800 - Bath County, Kentucky Link to Google Earth
      Link to Google MapsCensus - Residence for 1810 Census - 1810 - Valentine Pieratt Homestead in Bath County Link to Google Earth
      Link to Google MapsCensus - Residence for 1820 Census - 1820 - Bath County, Kentucky Link to Google Earth
      Link to Google MapsMilitary Service - Residence when Valentine Pieratt applied for military pension - 1836 - Bath County, Kentucky Link to Google Earth
      Link to Google MapsDied - 1844 - Bath County, Kentucky Link to Google Earth
      Link to Google MapsBuried - - Pieratt Family Cemetery, Near Owingsville, Bath Co., KY Link to Google Earth
       = Link to Google Earth 

    • Photos
      Original Homestead on Stepstone Rd outside of Owingsville, KY
      Original Homestead on Stepstone Rd outside of Owingsville, KY
      Original Homestead on Stepstone Rd outside of Owingsville, KY
      Original Homestead on Stepstone Rd outside of Owingsville, KY

      Documents
      Valentin Pierrat Sources from Ivan Pieratt
      Valentin Pierrat Sources from Ivan Pieratt
      From Ivan Pieratt of Houston, Texas. These are excellent sources of documentation for Valentine Pieratt and his family.
      St. Paul's Parish Records to 1797
      St. Paul's Parish Records to 1797
      This document shows: 1. Marriage of Valentine to Elizabeth (p. 84), 2. Christening of Barbara Pieratt (p.101), 3. Christening of John Morris Pieratt (p. 102) 4. Christening of James Pieratt (p. 117) and 5. the burial of Benjamin Parrott (Pieratt) (p. 119).
      Records of St. Paul's Parish, Vol. 1
      Records of St. Paul's Parish, Vol. 1
      This document ia another source that shows: 1. marriage of Valentine and Elizabeth (p. 64), 2. Christenings of Barbara and John Morris (p. 78), 3. Christening of James Pieratt (p. 92).

      Histories
      Valentine Pieratt: French Army Revolutionary War
      Valentine Pieratt: French Army Revolutionary War

      Albums
      Revolutionary War Veteran: Valentine Pieratt 1750-1844
      Revolutionary War Veteran: Valentine Pieratt 1750-1844 (11)
      This album contains the documents related to Valentine's military service for the French army in the Revolutionary War. It also contains documents related to failed attempt to secure a military pension.

    • Notes 
      • Some genealogy groups list Valentine's name as Reuben Valentine, but at this time, I can find no evidence that his name was Reuben.


        From Enlistment paper for the French Army:

        Description: Long face, large nose, brown eyes & hair, black brows, face marked with small blisters (from enlistment): Long face, long nose, hazel eyes, brown hair & eye brows of chestnut colours, marked with the small pox. (from military discharge). He was paid 150 pounds at the discharge of his military assignment.


        BIOGRAPHY: According to a letter which covers the ancestors of Volentine PIERATT, who married Elizabeth AYRE, he came over from France with General LAFAYETTE at the age of 16 in 1776. After marrying Elizabeth, they moved to Kentucky and settled where the town of Owingsville, Bath CO, is now situated.


        PIERATT FAMILY HISTORY By Ida Mae Pieratt Gilmore: "The Pieratt family of Eastern Kentucky traces back to Valentine Pieratt (Born 1760 -- died 1844). He was a native of France and came to this country in 1776 as an aide to General LaFayette. He fought under General LaFayette in the cause of the American Independence. He was a French Huguenot soldier. At the close of the war Valentine remained in this country. He lived in Maryland and Pennsylvania before moving to Kentucky. Many emigrants began migration from Virginia to the newly formed state of Kentucky in the early 1800's. They settled in an area that is now Morgan and Wolfe counties. Among them were Pieratts, Goodwins, Cecils, Jacksons and many others. They made a settlement on Grassey Creek and established a Post Office there, this was in Morgan County. This was perhaps about 1818. The families who came into Kentucky were all of the Protestant beliefs and most of them had a leaning toward the Methodist persuasion, all except John -- the First, son of Valentine. John had read some of the writings of the Frenchman Voltaire and was not religiously inclined. After the settlers built log cabins and cleared ground, they began the erection of a log church, in Morgan County, which they called or named Goodwin Chapel. The log structure stood there until late 1880's. At this chapel the faithful went to worship, all except John Pieratt. During the spring and summer of 1819 they planted their crops and gardens, but a draught set in about the first of May and lasted through June and July. Their gardens and crops were ruined. The corn grew to about knee high, tasseled out but had no ears on the stalks. Soon after the draught set in these pious and religious people met at Goodwin Chapel and prayed for rain, all except John -- the First. They held prayer service every day for 75 days and each day the earth became harder and drier. Soon they said that if they could just get Mr. Pieratt to join them in prayer,
        maybe the Lord would send them rain. But Mr. John Pieratt never came to Goodwin Chapel. Each day the faithful and devout prayed for rain, and about the last of July, they heard distant thunder and then lightening flashed and then came a great downpour of rain. Grassey Creek overflowed its banks and covered all the bottom land and the
        water stood over their seared and burned crops. When the rain ceased, the worshipers left Goodwin Chapel and started for their homes. When they met John Pieratt, one of their number said, "Well, Mr. Pieratt, the Lord sent us rain." John Pieratt replied, "Yes, it looks like he just about ruined us."

        From "The Pieratt Family of Ezel" in the Licking Valley Courier, Sept. 30, 1999 by Raymond F. Davis.

        "I know, I was there, I saw it happen." So said, or could have been said by Volentine Pieratt in 1781 when talking about the surrender of General Cornwalis to General George Washington in Yorktown, Va. "even though I was only 16 years old when I embarked from France in 1777, I came over on the boat with the Marquis de Lafayette along with hundreds of other young Frenchmen against the wishes of our king--and without his consent-- to fight against England for the people of these American colonies. We came both because of the love of freedom for these people and also because of our hatred of England. We fought hard during this Revolutionary War until the English surrender, which occurred October 1781.

        "After the war was over, I decided to settle in Pennsylvania, then later moved to Maryland, was married in 1790 and raised a family which was the beginninhg of the Pieratt generations in America. My wife, Elizabeth Anna Aery (who was from Pennsylvania, an I had nine children."

        Also from the same article: The spelling of the name "Volentine" was the French style, while the English spelling is "Valentine". Also, the name "Pieratt" was accented on the second syllable by the French, but the English pronunciation emphasizes the first syllable--(Pe-rat).

        Probably the three main families in the Ezel area from 1850-1925 were the Pieratt, Nickell, and Kash families. In nearby Hazel Green, probably the three main families were the Swango, Holland, and Day families.


        On Genealogy.com, on GenForum, dated June 28, 2001, by Ivan V. Pieratt, he states that , "... but Valentin signed the marriage consent for is son James to Sally Shultz as Valentin Pierrat.... He [Reuben] applied to the House of Rep thru Mt. Sterling Rep for a REV pension. Was rejected because was paid by french at discharge 1, May, 1783 at Wilmington, DE. Joined Lauzun's Legion 13, Jan 1779 as connonier in Blondeau Company. Check out www.Lauzunslegion.com for history. ... Valentin from LaBresse, Lorraine, FR. Son of Valentin, Dominique, Jean-Demenge, Demenge-Nicholas."


        Subject: Re: Valentin Pierrat - AM Rev
        Post Date: August 15, 2001 at 11:07:09
        Message URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/pieratt/messages/41.html
        Forum: Pieratt Family Genealogy Forum
        Forum URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/pieratt/

        The problem with the Volunteer Legion address is that it comes too late in the game for Valintine Pieratt. Most sources place the Valintine we are looking at on U.S. soil as early as 1776 to 1779.

        This orgainization list is posted at Yorktown Battlefield where I personnally spoke with the park ranger who was a very informative. She stated that the first group that came over with Lafayette were volunteers and he dispersed his troops to the state militias where they could be paid and fed.

        I still need hard copy on any information placing Valintine Pieratt in a unit that fought in the Revolution, moved on after Yorktown, made his way to Baltimore to find a wife and then moved on to Kentucky and raised his family.

        His offspring also married into the Murphy family that hosts Sarah Boone the older sister of Daniel Boone and the Wells family.

        Paul Pierett



        From: Ivan Pieratt [Add to Address Book]
        To: 'Randy Blecha'
        Subject: RE: Pieratt Genealogy
        Date: Dec 29, 2008 4:47 PM
        Randy:

        Valentin Pierrat applied for a Rev. pension thru a lawyer in Mt. Sterling. This is why I believe that this is our Valentine. Also his first dau. was named Barbara like his mother in La Bresse, FR. I obtained papers by writing the secretary of the House of Representatives in Washington. Then they gave permission to get copies from Atlanta archives.

        Valentine used his discharge papers as evidence of his service with Duc Lauzon's calvary. He was a connonier. Evidently, he moved from Baltimore, MD to KY with Owings who was put in charge of the foundry between Owingsville and Mt. Sterling. He married in St. Pauls Ch where Thomas Owings was a member. See Bath Co. History. I am not sure when he died and cannot find anything on wife Elizabeth other than their marriage in Baltimore, MD. His son James, who I am from, empty house still stands just west of Owingsville. Your John moved to Morgan Co. I have a copy of consent to marry between James and Sarah Shultz signed by Valentine. There use to be a bible owned by an Elizabeth Duff, in Mt. Sterling, that has an inscription by Valentine listing Elizabeth as "Loving Consort" followed by John, Barbara and James.

        Name was first listed as Perat evolving to Pieratt. Sons Henry and George kept it as Perrat. Most of these are in CA.
        Pierrats are still in Gerardmer, FR. There are over 40 listed in the area in the telephone book. They have been there for 500+ years!

        I cannot find any evidence for the name Reuben used by John Dimmitt in 1968 that keeps creeping into geneology.com nor a connection with Lafayette, three brothers, etc.

        I will try to find the papers you seek and send a copy. Please send address, FAX # and Tel #.

        Thank You,

        Ivan V. Pieratt, P.E.
        PSS Partnership Inc., Structural Engineers



        Dear Mr. Pierrat,

        the info I have on your ancestor is this:

        PIERRAT, Valentin[1] Latresse Lorraine 27 1779 January 13 CongediƩ [2] 1783 May 1

        --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

        [1] PIERRAT was discharged par grace and after he paid 150 livres to buy off the time remaining in his enlistment.

        [2] The term congediƩ can mean either "furloughed" or "discharged"; PIERRAT was discharged.

        It is taken from file D2c32 in the Archives Nationales in Paris, France. These are the controles or enlistment records of Lauzun's Legion. I have them on microfilm and can make a photocopy for you and send it to the address at the bottom of this e-mail (?)

        Since Pierrat was officially discharged you should not have any problem having him declared a patriot by both the DAR as well as the SAR.

        Best regards --

        Robert A. Selig, PhD




        1810 United States Federal Census 1810 United States Federal Census
        Name: Volentine Perat
        County: Montgomery
        State: Kentucky

        Source Citation: Year: 1810; Census Place: , Montgomery, Kentucky; Roll: 7; Page: 369; Image: 385.00.

        In the 1810 census, his list of family members is as follows:
        2 males under 10 years old; 1 male age 10-15; 1 male age 16-25; 1 male over 45 years old; 2 females under 10 years; 1 female age 10-15; 1 female age 16-25; 1 female over 45 years old.

        Note: In the 1810 census, Volentine Pieratt is living next door to Michael Carpenter.



        1820 Census:

        1820 United States Federal Census 1820 United States Federal Census
        Name: Volentine Pyat
        [Valentine Pyat]
        Township: Bloomfield
        County: Bath
        State: Kentucky

        Source Citation: Year: 1820; Census Place: Bloomfield, Bath, Kentucky; Roll: M33_16; Page: 178; Image: 95.

        In this census, he is listed in the over-45 column and there is a female listed in the 16-26 age column. Also, there are two children in the under-10 column.

      • Ivan Pieratt of Houston, Texas has done an outstanding job of using primary sources as documenation for the research on the Pieratt Family. I would refer all interested parties to contact him for detailed information on the Pieratt family.

      • #5
        Maryland Marriages, 1778 ? 1800
        Marriage Licenses Returns of Rev. John Hagerty, Scharf Papers, MS. 1999, at MHS
        Compiled by Robert Barnes, Genealogical Pulblishing Co., Inc., 1979 Baltimore
        Peret, Valentine 6 Nov 1791, Elizabeth Earce 18 BA-3

        #6
        St. Pauls Prodestant Episcopal Church, Baltimore, Maryland
        Original records are in the possession of the Maryland Historical Society and only
        copies have been searched. I have seen four different versions of the record for
        Valentine and Elizabeth spellings.
        Valentine Perret married Elizabeth Earee, Nov 6, 1791 by Rev, Bend.
        Issue Barbara and James.
        Barbara Peret, born Jan 10, 1793: bap. May 2, 1794: dau. of Valentine and
        Elizabeth, Vol. 1, pg 286.
        James Peret, born Apr 16, 1795; bap. Nov 7, 1795, son of Valentine and
        Elizabeth. Vol 1, pg 312.
        The unusual copies are in the Harris file and Baltimore County Records of St Paul?s
        Parish by Reamy, v.1, 1988:
        John Earce of Edward Morris and Elizabeth. She is now Elizabeth Peret.
        Born Dec 14, 1793; Bap May 2, 1794

        Another copy of the original records has:
        John of Edward Morris and Elizabeth Earce ? now Peret. John born Dec 14,
        (handwritten 1793). A genealogist I hired viewed this copy and believes
        this was the record that others above copied with a 1793 date. John?s own census
        and the Valentine bible state a birth of 1790. This would suggest that John was
        adopted when Valentine married Elizabeth in 1791 or may have been son of Elizabeth.

        Asa Burton Pieratt, born 1848, gr. Grandson of Valentine, copied a record
        left by Valentine in 1929 and John Dimmit in 1965, family bible in possession
        of Virginia Duff of Mt. Sterling, KY:
        The ages of Valentine Peiratts children
        John Peiratt was born the 13th day of December 1790.
        Barbara Peiratt the 10th Jan 1793
        James Peiratt was born the 16th day of Apr 1795
        Valentine Peiratt and his loving consort, Elizabeth Peiratt.

      • Maryland Marriages, 1655-1850 Maryland Marriages, 1655-1850
        Name: Elizabeth Erea
        Gender: Female
        Marriage Date: 1 Nov 1791
        Spouse: Valentine Teret
        Spouse Gender: Female
        County: Baltimore County

        Source Information:

        Dodd, Jordan, Liahona Research, comp.. Maryland Marriages, 1655-1850 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
        Original data: Most of the records in this index may be found at the Maryland Historical Society or the Family History Library. More specific source information is listed with each entry. Original marriage licenses should be located at the county clerk's office.


    • Sources 
      1. [S389] PIERATT FAMILY HISTORY , By Ida Mae Pieratt Gilmore.

      2. [S469] Pieratt Family by Ivan Val Pieratt (Nov. 15, 1995).

      3. [S514] Military Enlistment & Discharge from French Army for Valentine Pieratt, Obtained from Robert Selig.

      4. [S1063] French Church Records.
        Valentine Pierrat in 21 March 1750

      5. [S1403] National Archives, Paris France.

      6. [S1448] 1800 Kentucky Tax Rolls.

      7. [S1404] 1810 Census.

      8. [S1407] 1820 Census.

      9. [S1447] Records in the National Archives.

      10. [S461] Interview with J.T. Pieratt in October 2008 as we visited the old homestead of R.V. Pieratt. .

      11. [S1063] French Church Records.
        Marriage of Valentine Pierrat to Barbara Aubert in 1730

      12. [S1062] Maryland Marraiges 1778-1880.


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