NameJacques Poillon
Birthabt 1646, Sur Ternoise, Pas de Calais, France
Immigration1671, New York
Deathabt 1720, Staten Island, Richmond Co, NY [1001]
Marriage24 Oct 1677, Flatbush, King Co, NY [1000]
SpouseAdriana Crocheron
Birthabt 1652, Zele, Oost Vlaanderen, Belgium [1000]
FatherJean Crocheron (~1610-<1696)
MotherMary (---?---) (~1626->1695)
Birthabt 1681, New York [1000]
Marriage17 Dec 1702, Staten Island, Richmond, NY [238, NY Marriages to 1784]
Marr Memo?
2 FMarie Crocheron Poillon
Birth27 Apr 1679, Flatbush, King Co, NY [1000]
3 MJean Poillon
Birth1679, Brooklyn, Kings Co, NY [1000]
4 MJacques Poillon
Birth1681, Flatbush, King Co, NY [1000]
Notes for Jacques Poillon
Built a house in Great Kills, Staten Island in 1695 that survived until 1996, when it was destroyed (not entirely ethically) by developers. ( From C & R Poillon, Ship Builders (profile on founder Richard): Richard is a direct decendant of Jaques Poillon, who left France for Holland to travel to America in 1671. Jacques was a native of Liebessait, County of Saint Pol, Sur Fromoise,Pas de Calais, France although recent reseach shows that this is most likely a typographical error and it is Sur Ternoise, Pas de Calais, France. The village or Hamlet is now called Pierremont. The family is traced back to 1380 in France. Their moto is ARMOUR TRAVAIL- translated "Love of Work and Knowledge". Jacques Poillon (Poillion) was among the earliest settlers on Staten Island. (

Appraised the estate of brother-in-law Nicholas Crocheron, Sept. 23 1701. [102]

James Poillon Sr. is in the 1706 Staten Island census, age 60.
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