Jacques De Boileau 836
- Born: 15 January 1626, Castelnau, France 641
- Marriage: Francoise De Vignolles on 14 November 1660 641
- Died: 17 January 1697, St. Jean De Verdun, Montpellier, France aged 71 641
He was the father of a family of twenty-two children, and could not readily leave France at the Revocation; but, being known as a Protestant, and refusing to be converted, he was arrested in 1687 and placed under restraint, in which condition he died in 1697. His son Charles fled, first to Holland, and afterwards into England, where he entered the army, obtained the rank of captain, and commanded a corps of French gentlemen under Marlborough at the battle of Blenheim.
Jacques married Francoise De Vignolles, daughter of Jacques De Vignolles and Unknown, on 14 November 1660.641 (Francoise De Vignolles was born on 2 November 1643 and died on 13 January 1700 in Geneva, Switzerland 641.)