_Nicod DUTOIT _______+ | (1518 - 1592) m 1539 _Rod DUTOIT _________| | (1560 - ....) | | |_Françoise VEYRE ____+ | (.... - 1559) m 1539 _Abraham DUTOIT _____| | (1583 - 1631) m 1603| | | _____________________ | | | | |_____________________| | | | |_____________________ | | |--Humbert DUTOIT | | _____________________ | | | _____________________| | | | | | |_____________________ | | |_Pernon _____ _______| (1587 - 1645) m 1603| | _____________________ | | |_____________________| | |_____________________
Marriage record says he is "of Chavannes", no other details. Two of his children are identified with certainty, as both parents are named in the baptismal records. Son Jaques David recorded as the son of "Jaques Dutoit and Susanne Rossalet," and we assume the father's name was recorded here incorrectly. It is likely that baptisms of at least a couple children were omitted from the records between 1678 and 1688. Among the "lost" children might be the Isaac son of Isaac who married Christine Susanne DeMont, 1730.
The identity of Isaac appears to be established by a complaint of Susanne Rosselet, wife of Isaac Dutoit, against her sister-in-law (?) Jeanne Wagnières, 17 apr 1678, before the cour de justice de Moudon (ACV Bil 53, with subsequent appearances as late as 17 dec 1678). However, Daniel Dutoit, husband of Jeanne Wagnières, was born about 1611. They were married in 1638. Daniel did not have a brother Isaac. It does not seem feasible that Susanne and Jeanne would be sisters-in-law. Instead, they are step-sisters (Jean Wagnières, father of Jeanne, was the stepfather of Susanne), and it seems most likely that this is a different Jeanne Wagnières, not the one who married Daniel Dutoit.
In his marriage record, he is listed as the son of the late Jaques Dutoit, in his lifetime a citizen of Vevey. Since the age of marriage for men was rarely less than 20, and usually at least 25, we place his birth about 1615, making him the first child of this couple, although the baptism has not been identified.
He must also be the "Isaacus de Tecto vel Tectano Viviacensis" who was enrolled at the University of Basel in June, 1630. The student's age was not noted, but it is entirely plausible for a teenager to be enrolled at a university in that period. However, we might consider moving his birthdate back a few years.
_Antoine DUTOIT _____+ | (1503 - 1542) m 1528 _Michel DUTOIT ______| | (.... - 1592) | | |_Françoise TELLEY ___+ | m 1528 _Jaques DUTOIT ______| | (1567 - 1631) m 1615| | | _____________________ | | | | |_____________________| | | | |_____________________ | | |--Isaac DUTOIT | (1615 - 1673) | _____________________ | | | _Pierre BOCHET ______| | | (.... - 1631) | | | |_____________________ | | |_Monetta BOCHET _____| (.... - 1631) m 1615| | _____________________ | | |_____________________| | |_____________________
He is first mentioned in 1667 (the date is unclear, could perhaps be 1668) when he appears in the name of his brothers Jaques, Jacob, and Thomas, selling property to his cousin Anthoine Dutoit, Lt. of Chavannes (David de Treytorrens, notary 06 jan 1667).
In 1696, he married Susanne Cuagnier or Cuagny, the widow of the other Anthoine Dutoit of Chavannes (dit "au Clerc", not the Lieutenant of Chavannes). Anthoine "au Clerc" had died about 1688 (his widow noted then). The baptisms the children of Isaac and Susanne have not been located. The entry for their first son Philippe in the baptismal registers of Moudon was made at a later date, and does not give an exact date of baptism. No record has yet been found for the baptisms of the other two sons that have been identified, Isaac Dutoit the sergeant, and Jean Dutoit Lt. de Chavannes. A settlement among the heirs of Isaac and Susanne (25 mar 1769, Jaques David Burnand, notary) also mentions two nephews of Philippe, Sgt. Isaac, and Jean: Jean Rod (Roud, Roux) of Ropraz, and Philippe Durussel of Chesalles. The nephews have not been identified, so it is not clear if their relationship derives from an unknown daughter of Isaac and Susanne, or from a child of Susanne and her first husband.
It is possible that Isaac had an earlier wife. For example, he would be about the right age to be the Isaac who married in 1675 to Susanne Rosallet.
In view of the large number of baptisms from the late 17th Century that seem to be missing at Moudon, we have wondered if there might not have been a separate register of baptisms at a chapel of Chavannes, another deacon's register, or some other record that has been lost. It is doubtful that the children were never baptised.
_Moyse DUTOIT _______+ | (1566 - 1625) m 1586 _Jean DUTOIT ________| | (1596 - 1654) | | |_Sara BECHOLEY ______+ | m 1586 _Abraham DUTOIT _____| | (.... - 1689) m 1642| | | _____________________ | | | | |_Benoicte _____ _____| | (1600 - 1654) | | |_____________________ | | |--Isaac DUTOIT | (.... - 1733) | _Jean VEYRE _________+ | | | _Michel VEYRE _______| | | (.... - 1658) m 1624| | | |_____________________ | | |_Pernon VEYRE _______| (.... - 1694) m 1642| | _Daniel GENIER ______ | | (.... - 1625) |_Catherine GENIER ___| (1600 - 1658) m 1624| |_____________________
In addition to his known children, Isaac may have had a son Gabriel, who is mentioned along with the known son Jean Antoine in a document relating to transactions involving his aunt Marguerite Dutoit wife of Daniel Rochettaz, 19 dec 1709, recorded by Daniel Antoine Jossevel, notary at Moudon. Also, a daughter Jeanne is noted as wife of Samuel Frossard in 1728 (same notary). Could he have been the father of the Isaac who married Christine Susanne DeMont in 1730?
 Assumed to have been born between Jean Pierre and Anthoine, no other gap appearing at the right time. He is said to be the son of Jean Dutoit of Chesalles in his marriage record.
_Moyse DUTOIT _______+ | (1566 - 1625) m 1586 _Jean DUTOIT ________| | (1596 - 1654) | | |_Sara BECHOLEY ______+ | m 1586 _Jean DUTOIT ________| | (1620 - 1685) m 1644| | | _____________________ | | | | |_Benoicte _____ _____| | (1600 - 1654) | | |_____________________ | | |--Isaac DUTOIT | (.... - 1728) | _____________________ | | | _Pierre OLEVEY ______| | | | | | |_____________________ | | |_Jeanne OLEVEY ______| (.... - 1685) m 1644| | _____________________ | | |_____________________| | |_____________________
Conseiller de Moudon, justicier, Châtelain de Vulliens, banneret of Moudon, Châtelain de Chavannes, and notary.
Transcript of his death record at Moudon: "Monsieur Isaac DuToit Banderet de la Ville de Moudon est mort la nuit le vendredy cinquieme au samedy sixieme de Janvier et a esté enseveli le Dimanche suivant du dit mois 1731."
His surviving notarial registers, some attributed incorrectly to others, are available on microfilm through the Family History Library as follows:
His children Abraham and Esther appeared at a baptism as sponsors in 1705. In 1712, at a baptism, his wife is identified as Claudine Cavin, probably an error, though Claudine DuBrit's mother was in fact a Cavin. He is also the notary Isaac or Jean Isaac Dutoit, whose records survive (in part) from 1685 to at least 1727. One of his registers shows his name as J. Isaac Dutoit (probably a later annotation), and his signature could be interpreted as a J and an I worked into the D of Dutoit — however, one could also see, more plausibly, an I and an S. Now, the notary is supposed to have had a son who was conseiller and médecin at Moudon (later annotation on one of his registers that was supposedly found in the papers of that son after his death), but it is not clear who this was, and besides, the attribution was made about 1794 and could be incorrect. However, he had only one son, Abraham, certainly a notary, and also famous for having penned an early document in the local patois. An undated "Convention faite en famille" is included in draft form in his register of testaments (ACV DL 37/11); it specifies tha this son Abraham, justicier, will manage the estate after his parents' deaths for the benefit of Abraham's sisters. This "Convention", however, is a draft that was never finalized, as a notation in the notary's own hand makes clear: "Cecy est resté imparfait, n'ayant pas esté achevé." The transcript reveals many details of Isaac and his family, though unfortunately not his parentage.
Yet another of the documents from his hand was microfilmed at the end of the papers of the notary Jean Jordan of Oron, covering 1669-1694. The document is a compilation relating to a special tax levied on property at Chavannes by Their Excellencies of Bern, November and December 1715, and contains additional notes about Isaac's real estate holdings as late as 1727. The document consists of a copy of the edict and then a listing and discussion of properties owned by others, and finally those owned by Isaac himself. He mentions one property that he had donated to his son, Egrège Abraham Dutoit justicier de Moudon, Curial de Chappelle et Chattelain de Vulliens. From the appearance of this register on the FHL microfilm, we surmise that Isaac availed himself of the unused pages at the end of a register of Jean Jordan. There is no indication that the pages do not "belong" with the rest of the register. A transcript of this document is available, though there is some uncertainty about the interpretation of some of the toponyms.
We suspect Isaac may have been an elder in the church at Moudon, since at least two of his children married ministers. The marriage of his daughter Jeanne Benigne to Abraham Badoux, minister at Thierrens, is well documented. The marriage of Jeanne Marie to Jean Jaques Desonnaz, minister at Moudon, St. Cierges-Chappelle Vaudanne, and Meyriez, took longer to discover, but now seems certain. Isaac and Claudine are the sponsors at the baptism of a child of the minister Desonnaz in 1724, and Jeanne Marie is mentioned as the daughter of the late Banderet Dutoit in 1731. As of 1729, and also in 1730, the Banderet was our Isaac Dutoit. Possibly the same debt that occasioned the entry in 1731 by Alexandre Tapis, notary at Combremont-le-Petit, is mentioned again in 1739 (J. Frossard, notary) as a debt "in favor of the late Banderet Dutoit, or rather to Mr. the minister Dessonnaz, his son-in-law."
From this limited information, it is at least possible to rule out that the Isaac Dutoit who married Susanne DeValloné was the Banderet and father of Jeanne Marie. That Isaac and his wife Susanne were still alive as late as 1738, when they appear in records of Jean Pierre Jayet, notary at Moudon.
The death of Isaac Dutoit the notary and banderet is noted on one of his surviving registers in the hand of his son as "the night of 5-6 January", 1731. The available index to death records for that period has two Isaac's in the same year, 25 jan and 21 jul, with no age given for either one. The original burial register was not microfilmed.
Inside the flyleaf of the same register that contains the "Convention faite en famille", in what looks like an immature or uneducated hand, is a set of curious notations:
"Ce present livre apartient à moy qui mapelle Anthoine Dutoict de Chavanes et bourgeois de Moldon."
.... followed by notations made at a different time, possibly in the same hand,
"Memoire de seque jay livré a Abraham Dutoict de Chavannes sur Mouldon:
|"Plus l'arrestie (?) 20 pot de vint a l'année 1673, 6 fl.|
|"Plus l'arrestie (?) umbeld de chaux pour faire vuarfollez a son frere Danniel, 2 fl.|
|"Plus l'arrestie (?) pour la modiation de La Maison de Jean Dutoict la ais jouie trois anneze, 25 fl.|
|"Plus jay livré pour ceste darboant du leut (?) depuis que jetoy Gouverneur (?), 8 fl.|
|"Plus jay livré seque jay repandu vers Jean Favre de Moudon, 2 fl."|
The hand does not look at all like that of Isaac, and from the date of 1673, it can hardly be that of his son Abraham, who was probably not even born then. The reference to an Abraham who had a brother Daniel is not very helpful, and there are numerous connections between the various Favre and Dutoit families. If we have correctly interpreted the messy handwriting, the writer was at one point Gouverneur of Chavannes, but since this position was an annual appointment and there were only a few families living in Chavannes, a great many Dutoits have probably held this position! It may be that the notation does not even pertain to Isaac or his family. Is this another instance where Isaac acquired an otherwise empty register and used it for his own purposes?
The parentage of this Isaac has been difficult to establish. The published Dutoit genealogy assumed that Isaac the Banderet was the son of Pierre Dutoit and Marie Frossard. No evidence of such a relationship has emerged so far, and the notary himself seems not to have mentioned his parentage in his records. Not only did the published genealogy give him the wrong parents, it also gave him three children, two of which are probably not his. Isaac the banderet cannot be the son of Pierre Dutoit and Marie Frossard, because their son Isaac was born in 1683, and the present Isaac was already a notary as early as 1685. (He is still listed as notary in 1694, his additional titles of justicier and Châtelain of Vulliens first noted in 1699.) His wife Claudine DuBrit is cited at various times in contemporary records from at least 1682 to 1728, and she is identified as the wife of the notary in his own records on more than one occasion.
At least a few documents refer to the notary, and in his own hand, as a "cousin" of the children of Daniel Dutoit ès André and his wife Christine Buttet. If the connection is through the Dutoit family, he would have to be the son of a brother of Daniel Dutoit. So far, we have no evidence of this, though the matter is not entirely settled, because no children of the other sons of André Dutoit have been identified. The problem is complicated by the occasional use of "cousin" to mean something other than first cousins.
One plausible parentage for Isaac, at least in terms of dates, appears not to be correct: son of Abraham Dutoit, conseiller de Moudon, and his wife Jeanne Catherine Dutoit, baptised 02 jun 1659 at Moudon. If this were correct, he would have been raised by his step-father Daniel Nicaty, who might have used his influence to advance his step-son's career. However, we would have expected that such a parentage would be explicitly noted. An even more plausible parentage is Pierre Dutoit and his wife Marie Dorothée Buttet, her full name so far located only twice in notarial records, and for whom Isaac baptised 05 may 1659 seems to be the only child (this record gives only the surname of the mother, not her given name). This Isaac is the subject of a document recorded by David de Treytorrens (14 aug 1671), naming Isaac's guardian Pierre Estoppey of Trey as well as his aunt Christine Buttet. No siblings or other family members are named, implying that Isaac may have been an only child. Indeed, the wording suggests that perhaps even his mother is deceased. If Marie Dorothée Buttet is the sister of Christine, then this Isaac would indeed be the nephew of Christine Buttet and the cousin of her children.
That there were other records pertaining to Isaac's inheritance can be inferred from the document just mentioned. It says that Pierre Estoppey is the "tuteur testamentaire"; in other words, he was named as guardian for Isaac in the testament of his father Pierre Dutoit, or perhaps that of Pierre's widow. Further, the document says that the parcel of land being sold at auction came into the possession of the widow of Pierre Dutoit before it became subject to sale for Isaac's benefit. This strongly suggests that Isaac's mother had died by this point. It is likely that other mentions will be found relating to transactions of Pierre Estoppey on behalf of his ward.
The text of the document follows:
David de Treytorrens, notary at Moudon, 14 aug 1671.
Honnorable et Prudent Pierre Estoppey du Tray, le Sieur Justicier de Marnand (?), agissant au present faict au nom et comme Tutheur Testamentaire d'Isaac fils de feu honnorable Pierre Dutoict vivant bourgeois de Mouldon, par advis aussi d'honnorée Christine Buttet sa Tante, et du soubsigné audit nom, sçachant, a vendu purement et perpetuellement comme plus offrant et dernier encherissant d'honnorable Jaques Deborines bourgeois dudit lieu present, Assavoir, un morcel de Clos dit Clos des Folles riere ledit mouldon tel que ledit feu Dutoict l'a possedé et sa femme apres son deces, jouxte le commun d'orient, le Clos des hoires de Jaques Vauru d'occident et vent, le clos d'Abraham Vauru de bize. Aincy fonds etc. Et est faicte ditte perpetuelle vendition pour le Capital de trois centz florins outre les vins beuz a forme des loix, le tout passé, soubs devestitures et investitures, et promesses par ledit Sieur Tutheur au nom de sondit puppil, de bonne et vallide maintenance, jusques aux droicts Seigneuriaux, a l'advenir, par l'Aquisitteur supporter. Presents Abraham Cavin, Abraham Burnand, Claude Chappuis, tous de Vulliens, tesmoings.
(The other mentions of Marie Dorothée Buttet as widow of Pierre are in a register of David de Treytorrens, and in an unidentified register ACV DL 91/9 that is suspected to be from the hand of the same notary.)
The document at the end of the register of Jean Jordan contains additional clues. Isaac here calls the notary David DeTreytorrens "my uncle", and mentions that, in connection with his uncle's estate, he had to travel repeatedly to Cudrefin, Yverdon, and Lausanne. He also mentions that Etiennaz Barbille DeTreytorrens, the residual heir of David DeTreytorrens, is now (circa 1727?) the wife of Noble François Louis DeTreytorrens, Châtelain de Cudrefin. (She is presumably the Estienne, daughter of David DeTreytorrens and Susanne DeCristaz baptised at Moudon 18 dec 1666.) It is not yet clear how the relationship between Isaac and David should be understood, but there is a marriage at Moudon, 05 sep 1618, of Noble Albert DeTreytorrens, son of Noble Légier DeTreytorrens who was Châtelain d'Yverdon, to Claudaz, daughter of the late Gaspard Dutoit. This marriage seems much too early to explain how David could be Isaac's uncle, but it suggests that it would be worth exploring the DeTreytorrens family in more detail in the surviving records of the district of Yverdon. The purchase of the house in Moudon by Antoine Carran is found in ACV DL 37/7, dated 20 oct 1696. It identifies the widow of David DeTreytorrens as Susanne Decristaz, but does not otherwise clarify the relationships. It does, however, specify that the house was on the Rue de Pont, adjacent to the Maison de Ville. The complete transcript of this document is available. With the information now at hand, and assuming that Isaac is indeed the son of Marie Dorothée Buttet, Isaac is found to be the first cousin once removed of the notary David De Treytorrens, whose mother was Claudaz, daughter of Guillaume Buttet or Buttex, great-grandfather of Isaac. (In France, the cousin once removed would be called "oncle à la mode de Brétagne". Apparently this extension of the concept of the uncle was accepted in Switzerland as well.)
The document in the register of Jean Jordan refers to one more relationship, referring several times to "my brother-in-law" Jossevel. Aside from the fact that the unidentified Jossevel was the father of many children, no additional information is given. We suppose that Jossevel, whoever he turns out to be, married a sister of Claudine DuBrit.
Finally, the document states clearly at least twice that Isaac's wife had died by 1727, leading us to suppose that a mention of his wife in 1728, as if still alive, must be a reference to a prior document.
A glimpse into the period prior to Isaac's notarial registers is given in the records of David de Crausaz, notary at Trey (district of Payerne, ACV DP 24). These records reveal that Isaac Dutoit "bourgeois et Chirugien de Moudon", accompanied in 1681 by his father-in-law Bastiant DuBrit (thus providing the earliest known reference to his marriage with Claudine DuBrit), had brought legal action against Pierre Estoppey (son of André and Anne, and whose first wife was Marie Bize, and whose second wife, still living, was Marie Vauthier) because of non-payment of a letter of rent (in effect, a mortgage) dated 01 nov 1669 (recorded by the same notary, but his register from this period seems not to have survived), of which the beneficiary was Isaac Dutoit and the debtors were André Estoppey and Marie Bize then wife of Pierre. There is also mention of a related action against Isaac on 09 nov 1678. Back payments from 27 feb 1674 to date were assessed at 1300 florins plus interest. On 19 jun 1680, the mortgaged properties were either sold or awarded to Isaac Dutoit, and Isaac sold off whatever remained on 05 mar 1681, assisted by Bastiant du Brit. By that time, the original Pierre Estoppey had died; the his son Pierre Estoppey was now the Lieutenant de Trey (Lieutenant in the sense, apparently, of the appointed representative for the "government" of the territory that was formerly property of the abbey of Payerne), as his father had been before him.
A further clue, perhaps, is found in the registers of Daniel Estoppey, notary at Granges-près-Marnand (ACV DP 37). We found two documents, 20 nov 1691 and 20 feb 1693, in which Isaac Dutoit is called Curial de Chapelle-Vaudanne. In other words, the gap in the baptisms of his children may simply mean that he was living in another parish for a few years. (Chapelle-Vaudanne, now called Chapelle-sur-Moudon, should fall in the parish of St. Cierges.)
Now, if Isaac could act on his own as early as 1678, we would normally expect that he had reached the age of majority (25) and so would have been born no later than 1653. Is the baptism of 1659 in error? Or, because of his circumstances and the fact that he had already become a surgeon, was he considered an adult? And the date 1669 sounds very much like a reference to the sale of property for his benefit prior to 1671, quoted above. Perhaps Isaac's guardian Pierre Estoppey had sold a number of different parcels, in different jurisdictions, to various parties, including to his own father André Estoppey and to his own (first) wife Marie Bize. The sales, at least those at Trey, were apparently recorded by David de Crausaz, whose notarial register from that period seems to have been lost. Perhaps Isaac was sent away to school shortly after 1671, and when he returned, he found that his guardian had not planned to give him his inheritance directly, and besides had only enough cash to cover payments up to 1674. Isaac probably acted to force payment as soon as he could. The records of the court at Trey may answer these questions.
Isaac, identified as a surgeon, also appears as a witness 29 aug 1679 at a hearing concerning a bizarre incident at the Maison de Ville in Moudon. A "Stranger" or "Foreigner" had been entertaining a crowd in the Salle de Ville with his trumpet and dancing bears, but he had had too much to drink and began beating his bears with a stick and arguing with his wife as well. The crowd sprang to the defense of the bears, and a brawl ensued, after which the Stranger fled into the street, where he brandished a knife and where Abraham Nicod tried to push him into the fountain (the Fontaine du Pont, at that date adorned with a statue of the blind Justice, which has since taken up residence at a different fountain in Moudon). This scene, probably the most interesting thing that happened in Moudon during the entire course of the 17th Century, is also the earliest notice of Isaac's profession.
We were surprised to find Isaac's signature several times in a register attributed to Abraham Ballif, and classified as belonging in the district of Payerne. This register, covering 1685-1688 with a few later annotations or additions, was catalogued under the rubric ACV DP 1/1 at the time it was filmed by the Family History Library (FHL microfilm #0996232). In our opinion, virtually the entire register is in the hand of Isaac Dutoit. Recently, we found external proof that this register was truly the work of Isaac Dutoit. On Folio 208, there is a document concerning the inventory and distribution of the estate of Claudine Dutoit, first wife of Balthazard Crausaz of Chavannes, with accompanying annotations relating that the settlement had been entered into the records of the cour de justice of Chavannes. In the corresponding register of that court, ACV B i l 264, we found the same inventory and settlement, with the notation that the same document had been entered on folio 208 of the register of Isaac Dutoit!
While the church records and other evidence lead us to identify Isaac's maternal grandfather as Pierre Buttet, a passage extracted from the Manuaux de Conseil of Moudon gives his name as Henri: (session of 18 aug 1688) "Permis à Georges (perhaps a misreading of the usual abbreviation for Egrège?) Isaac Dutoit curial substitué de ce lieu de prendre le banc et place que fust Mr. Henri Buttet son père grand occupait dans le temple St. Etienne et ce à l'exclusion de tous autres." The Curial Substitué at that date was certainly our Isaac Dutoit, whose name has never before been given as Georges Isaac. In light of this apparent error, we need to locate the passage in the original Manuel to verify the text. The volume of extracts from the Manuaux de Conseil 1500-1713 is a typescript apparently derived from a manuscript prepared by Pierre-Isaac Joly, 1818-1901. Judging from the extracts, disputes about the seating arrangements in the church were frequent, and a useful source for genealogists.
_____________________ | _____________________| | | | |_____________________ | _Pierre DUTOIT _________| | (.... - 1664) | | | _____________________ | | | | |_____________________| | | | |_____________________ | | |--Isaac DUTOIT | (.... - 1731) | _Guillaume BUTTET ___+ | | (.... - 1625) m 1588 | _Pierre BUTTET ______| | | m 1626 | | | |_Eve NICOD-ARNAUD ___+ | | m 1588 |_Marie Dorothée BUTTET _| (.... - 1669) | | _____________________ | | |_Jeanne _____ _______| m 1626 | |_____________________
Not the notary apparently born about the same time, because the notary's father was one of the Pierre Dutoit's. It is just possible that this Isaac was the one who married in 1675 to Susanne Rosallet; however, it this were so, we would have expected many mentions of the fact in the many documents relating to his parents' estates. He was certainly still alive in 1680, when his brother-in-law Sébastian DeBrit junior came before the "cour de justice" of Moudon to complain about the management of the estate of the late Abraham Dutoit by the step-father of the heirs, Daniel Nicaty. On that occasion, 25 feb 1680 (ACV B i l 54), it was stated that the proceeds from a letter of rent should have been applied toward the apprenticeship of Isaac, step-son of Nicaty, and, further, Monsieur le Secrétaire Trolliet is identified as Isaac's guardian. Isaac was then under the age of majority, and it seems very unlikely that this would have been the case if he had already married to Susanne Rosallet.
_Thomas DUTOIT ______+ | (1550 - 1593) m 1575 _Antoine DUTOIT _____| | (.... - 1652) m 1609| | |_Mayre PANCHAUD _____+ | (.... - 1609) m 1575 _Abraham DUTOIT __________| | (1600 - 1666) m 1650 | | | _Adam MASSET ________+ | | | (1546 - 1615) | |_Susanne MASSET _____| | (1585 - 1649) m 1609| | |_Anne Du PORRENTRUY _ | | |--Isaac DUTOIT | | _Gaspard DUTOIT _____+ | | (.... - 1618) m 1598 | _Jaques DUTOIT ______| | | (.... - 1640) | | | |_Sara NICOD-ARNAUD __+ | | (.... - 1632) m 1598 |_Jeanne Catherine DUTOIT _| (.... - 1685) m 1650 | | _Philippe MASSET ____+ | | (1570 - ....) |_Barbille MASSET ____| (1611 - ....) | |______ THIOT ________
_Jean DUTOIT ________+ | (.... - 1649) m 1605 _Daniel DUTOIT ______| | (.... - 1659) m 1645| | |_Claudine SAUVAGEAT _+ | (.... - 1634) m 1605 _Antoine DUTOIT _____| | (.... - 1687) m 1674| | | _François CORTESY ___ | | | | |_Pernon CORTESY _____| | m 1645 | | |_____________________ | | |--Isaac DUTOIT | | _____________________ | | | _Claude CUAGNI ______| | | | | | |_____________________ | | |_Susanne CUAGNI _____| (1655 - 1733) m 1674| | _____________________ | | |_Anne JAQUIER _______| (.... - 1693) | |_____________________
A donation of Agathe Bosset, widow of the late Pierre Dutoit, chamoiseur, 08 jan 1734, names her son Isaac Dutoit and his wife Susanne deValloné. A record of Philippe Burnand, 10 jun 1702, identifies Isaac Dutoit chamoiseur as the son of Pierre Dutoit and Agathe Bosset, and further identifies his grandfather as Antoine Dutoit. A variety of records after about 1721 identify him as chamoiseur and also justicier at Bussy. He is also the Isaac identified as "Veisguerber" (document of Isaac Dutoit, notary, 08 jun 1705), a word used at least once interchangeably with chamoiseur.
Late in life, he and his wife deeded their assets to their children in a partage dated 17 oct 1754 (Jaques David Burnand, notary at Moudon). The donation is accompanied by an inventory prepared with the aid of "Messieurs les ministres Nicaty nos Pasteurs, leurs Cousins Germains" (i.e., the Nicaty ministers, identified elsewhere in the document as Jean and Noé Nicaty, brothers, first and second ministers of Moudon were first cousins to Isaac and Susanne). (See Vincent Briod, notary, 10 apr 1676, also P. Gavin, 01 feb 1673. Susanne de Valloné's sister Anne married Pierre Nicaty, and her father's sister Marguerite married Abraham Nicaty. Jean and Noé are Susanne's cousins. However, there does not seem to be a way to make both Isaac Dutoit and his wife first cousins of the Nicaty brothers, except by marriage.)
Text of the partage, Jaques David Burnand, notary, 17 oct 1754:
Donnation entre vifs, et transaction d'entre les jugaux Isaac Dutoit l'ainé de cette ville, et leur famille, homologué à Moudon le 30e octobre 1754. Voyé le Registre de Cour No. 7.
L'an mille sept cent cinquane quatre, et le dixseptieme du mois d'Octobre, Il est ainsi que le Sieur Isaac fils de feu le Sieur Pierre Dutoit, Bourgeois de cette ville, et honorée & modeste Susanne DeVallonné son Epouse, se seroyent trouvés Chargés d'une nombreuse famille, et outre cela exposés à divers inconvenients et Procès qui les auroyent recessairement conduits à voir leur biens reduits à si peu de chose, que sans le secours de leur fils Abraham Dutoit et de leur fille Roze qui leurs ont tendus la main, et surtout ledit fils que depuis environ dixhuit ans s'est appliqué à soutenir la maison & à sauver par de sages negociations et parce qu'il a gagné dans sa Profession de Chamoiseur, le petit bien qui leur reste sur leurs vieux jours; Et comme ledit Sieur Abraham Dutoit n'en vouloit plus rester la, voyant que la fleur de son Age et ses peines pourroyent demeurer sans recompense et se trouver sur la fin de ses jours denue de bien et des moyens de Subsister aussi bien que sadite soeur Roze qui a fourni passé Cent Ecus petits de ses sallaires aussi pour soutenir la maison et supléer à payer les Interets considerables dont cette succession a été chargé, Il a été par la mediation des Spectables Doctes et Sçavants Jean et Noé Nicati freres leurs proches Parents tous deux Ministres du Saint Evangile Doyen et Juré de la Venerable Classe, premier et second Pasteur de cette ville, procedé ci devant à un Etat de l'avoir et du devoir des dits Jugaux DuToit par lequel il s'est trouvé de bien net tous meubles et effets compris, la somme de 3056 Livres 18 sols 3 deniers, Surquoy il falloit prélever et deduire les sallaires et argents fournis au profit de la maison par lesdits Abraham et Roze leurs Chers Enfants; En consequence de quoy, et sans aucune Induction ni subornation aparue, les dits Jugaux Dutoit pour rendre à tous leurs Enfants, la Justice la plus exacte, ont trouvés à propos de faire pendant qu'ils jouissent l'un et l'autre d'un entière liberté d'Esprit, une disposition et arrangement de leurs Biens restants par forme de Donnation entre vifs [marginal insertion: en faveur de leur fils Abraham qui dores et deja en devra entrer en réelle proprieté et possession sans aucune retention ut supra], de la manière et sous les conditions suivantes, 1o, qu'il sera chargé d'aquitter toutes les Dettes de la famille cy devant declarés; 2e, qu'il sera chargé de l'entretient de Ses Pères et Mères leur vie durant, & de leur fille Salomé tant que sa maladie continuera; 3e, qu'après la mort de ses Père et Mère il livrera à sa soeur Roze pour toutes ses prétentions quelconques en ses Biens Paternels & Maternels, Trois Cent trente Ecus petits de Vingt Batz pièce dans lesquels est compris tout ce qu'elle a livré de ses Gages jusques à cette datte pour l'utilité de la famille desquels elle ne pourra se prevalloir pous outre; 4e, qu'au cas qu'avec l'aide du Seigneur la Salomé sa soeur se retablisse, il lui livrera après la mort de sesdits Père & Mère deux cent cinquante Ecus de vingt batz pièce, pour tous ses biens Paternels & Maternels meubles et immeubles, en quoi qu'ils puissent consister, et si ladite Salomé meurt ab Intestat ou sans Enfants légitimes, ses Père et Mère lui substituent pour heritier de sa portion de ses biens paternels & maternels leurdit fils Abraham et leurdite fille Roze ses frère et soeur à l'exclusion de leurs autres Enfants, et autant que les Loix peuvent le leur permettre; 5e, Que si leur fils Samuel qui est hors du pays des plusieurs années requete son heritage, il luy donnera sa legitime après leur mort, mais s'il ne le reclame pas en due forme, la legitime dudit Samuel parviendra audit Abraham leur fils à l'exclusion de ses coheritiers et coheritières; 6e, Ils renvoyent a cinq sols leur fils Isaac pour autant qu'il a épousé une femme professant la Religion Catholique Romaine, en vertu de l'arret Souverain du 15e Septembre 1715 et 20e May 1716 que s'il ne se trouvoit pas au cas de cet arret, ou dans un cas Equivalent, ils le renvoyent à sa legitime, sur quoi ils veulent & entendent qu'il luy soit deduit Cinquante Ecus de 20 batz pièce, qu'ils ont livré pour lui au Sieur Dutoit vivant Chatelain de Chavanes sus Moudon, et vingt cinq Ecus petits que leurdit fils Abraham a livré à leurdit fils Isaac son frère à Namur, Lesquels ledit Abraham avoit emprunté de feu le cordonnier Daniel Dubrit à que lesdits 25 Ecus ont été rendus à son retour à Moudon, que si ledit Isaac est au cas de l'arret ci devant cotté, sa legitime appartiendra audit Abraham à l'exclusion de ses coheritiers et coheritières; Les Père et Mère dudit Abraham lui conferent le pouvoir de faire un emprunt de Cinc Cent Ecus petits, pour s'etablir dans sa profession, et d'affecter par Speciale hypotheque tous les biens de la famille, mais après cet Emprunt, et ce pour quoy les dits Biens de la famille sont affectés specialement à Berne, par Rente dont Monsieur le Capitaine Tscharner est proprietaire et audit Monsieur le Doyen Nicati pour la somme cy devant specifiée dans ledit Etat; lesdits biens de la famille restant pour speciale hypotheque pour seurté de l'execution des conditions auxquelles ledit Abraham leur fils est assujetti pas les presentes; Les profits et pertes qui se feront se partageront par égale portion entre ledit Abraham Dutoit & sa soeur Roze pendant leur Indivision, sous la condition que celle cy fournira à sondit frère Abraham pendan leurdite Indivision pour leur avantage commun tous les gages & les profits qu'elle pourroit faire avec la benediction Divine; -- Enfin quant à Susanne Dutoit femme de David Pilet, paumier, présentement en Angleterre, N'est renvoyée par sesdits Père & Mère a se contenter pour les prétentions qu'elle pourroit former sur les biens à delaisser par sesdits Père et Mère de la Dotte de deux cent cinquante Ecus petits avec les Interets d'Icelle, que ces derniers, soit Abraham leur fils, se sont chargés de payer audit Monsieur le Doyen Nicati des le 3e Juin 1737 qu'est la datté de la Rente passée en sa faveur pour l'emprunt qu'ils ont fait de ce dernier, aux fins d'aquitter ladite dotte, outre tout ce que a été emploié des biens dedite famille, pour les difficultés survenues à son sujet, avant & après son Mariage, que si elle ne veut pas s'en consenter pour toutes ses prétentions dans les biens Paternels & Maternels, ses Père et Mère la reduisent à sa legitime, et authorisent leur fils Abraham à la rechercher pour la Restitution de ce quelle à reçeu au dela; et ce qui en resultera apartiendra en propre à leurdit fils Abraham;
Au moyen de quoi et sous la promesse que ledit Abraham leur fils fait icy sous l'obligation de ses biens et à peine de Damps de remplir exactement toutes les conditions de la presente Donnation entre vifs, et de livrer en Argent à ses Père et Mère dores en la dix batz par mois pour leurs ménûs besoins, Cer derniers cassent, annullent & rapellent toutes les Dispositions qu'ils pourroyent avoir fait contraire, aux présentes, et nottamment le Testament Mutuel qui deposoit entre les mains du soussigné et renvoyant tous autres Prétendants dans leurs biens à 5 sols; Et affin que le tout soit d'autant plus stable et irrevocable lesdits Jugaux Donnateurs se presenteront judicialement à Moudon pour d'un coté soutenir la realité et exactitude de l'Etat dressé sur leur indication par le Soussigné, sans qu'il y ait rien d'omis, et de l'autre pour requerir très humblement le corroboration et homologation du tout, comme contenant leur constante & dernière volonté; Ainsi fait & prononcé à Moudon sous toutes les autres clauses necessaires, En la présence de Messieurs lesdits frères Nicaty, de Maitre Jean Daniel Mivelaz tonnelier, et du Sieur Louys Bezenson, tous deux de ditte ville temoins requis, ledit jour 17e Octobre 1754.
Etat de l'avoir et du devoir des marié Isaac DuToit & Susanne DeVallonnée de Moudon, dressé ce 16e septembre 1754; pour parvenir à un Partage entre leurs Enfants, à l'aide de messieurs les Ministres Nicaty nos Pasteurs, leurs cousins germains.
1. Une maison a la Rue de Pont avec une Tannerie dessous, et ses dependences, estimées 1000 L.
2. Une Tanerie à la Planche, y compris la chaudière, estimée 180 L.
3. Un Jardin audit lieu, estimé 320 L.
4. Une Chenevière au dernier Parchet du Grand Chemin tendant à Lausanne, taxé 120 L.
5. Une Coté compris la semée d'un quarteron en plaine lieudit en Bovay soit Riau Boson, 170 L.
6. Un Acte de Revers contre le chantre Frossard pour prix non payé du Clos de praz Pagé, 2400 L.
7. Pour une 30ne de livres d'etain tant fin que commun y compris celui qe leur fils Abraham; a eu dans le tirage, 15 L.
8. 3 pots de fer à cuivre, estimés 3 L. 12 s.
9. Un casson et une cloche et metail, 8 L.
10. Une chaudière d'environ deux seillées que a couté 30 florins, 10 L.
11. Une casse à eau de cuivre, 2 L.
12. Une poële à frire fort vielle, 15 s.
13. Une vielle pele a feu, une broche a Rotir, un Crouillon, une poche de fer et des mauvaises de bois, avec un vieux fer à repasser, et ses deux bales, le tout estimé 1 L. 8 s.
14. 4 chaises et un cabaret de Noyer, une garderobbe de même, six coffres de petite valleur, et une Arche farinière, 25 L.
15. Une scie à main, deux haches, un rablet, un Piesson, un Trident de seille, des culliers d'etain, 6 fourchettes de fer, 4 couteaux de Table, le tout estimé 5 L. 4 s.
16. 3 licts garnis de coetres, levets et traversiers, avec chacun une mauvaise foure et un vieux Tour de Lict, les deux autres n'en ayant point, estimés 42 L.
17. Quant aux linges comme ils ont eu le malheur d'être volé, il n'a leur en est resté que si peu qu'ils n'osent pas le dire, cependant on met icy partie (?) peu 20 L.
18. Un thonneau de lessoive et un petit cuvet, 4 L.
19. Un petit & mauvais miroir detamé, 10 s.
20. Un buffet de chêne à l'antique, 2 L.
Pour le droit de fouler que lesdits Jugaux ont dans la foule d'Emanuel Dombal par eux les leurs tant seulement sans pouvoir l'alliener sans l'aveu dudit Dombal ce qui n'est estimé par consequent que 20 L.
Un chauderon de cuivre, 2 L.
Une cassette de Bois des Indes, 12 L.
Une ditte de sapin, 1 L. 10 s.
Deux males, 12 L.
Une grille de fer, 8 s.
Un Horloge de Leyton 5 L, deux cannes de joug 2 L, 7 L.
[total:] 4384 L. 8 s.
1. Qu'ils doivent à Monsieur le Doyen Nicaty pour Rente du 3e Juin 1737, signée Eg. Jayet, Capital 500L.
Interets, arrieres, jusqu'au 3e Juin 1753, y compris les 6514 s. 6 d. que ledit Monsieur le Doyen veut l'en (?) ceder audit Abraham Dutoit leur fils, en tout 55 L. 7 s.
Item, pour l'interet écheu au 3e Juin 1754, 25 L.
Plus, au même, pour de la Graine, 6 L. 6 s.
2. A Monsieur le Capitaine Tscharner, de derrière le Faucon à Berne, Capital restant, 560 L.
pour deux Interets au 4 pour 100, 45 L. 6 s. 9 d.
3. Audit Monsieur le Doyen pour payer Pidoux de Forel, 50 L.
pour un Interet au 5 pour 100, 2 L.
4. A la ville de Moudon, Capital et un Interet, 42 L.
5. A ladite ville pour la mis d'une place, 10 L. 16 s.
6. Aux hoirs de Monsieur le Conseiller DuToit pour 4 ans, de passage à clos de ce que dessus due à la ville, soits la Recette de Monsieur son Gendre le Capitaine Burnand, [et]
7. Au Sieur Ancien Receveur Busigny pour un restat de même fait, on tire au hazard, 12 L.
8. Pour plusieurs petits dettes en ville, environ 12 L.
9. A Monsieur DuToit le marchand pour un supot (?), 6 L. 14 s.
Par le present Etat il paroit qu'il reste du net aux dits Mariés à disposer ou pour subsister sur leurs vieux jours, 3056 L. 18 s. 3 d.
_Jean DUTOIT ________+ | (.... - 1638) _Antoine DUTOIT _____| | (.... - 1654) m 1634| | |_Anteine GAULEY _____+ | (.... - 1606) _Pierre DUTOIT ______| | (1638 - 1695) m 1662| | | _Daniel CAVIN _______ | | | (.... - 1623) | |_Judith CAVIN _______| | (.... - 1660) m 1634| | |_____________________ | | |--Isaac DUTOIT | (.... - 1754) | _____________________ | | | _Jean BOSSET ________| | | (.... - 1647) m 1641| | | |_____________________ | | |_Agathe BOSSET ______| (.... - 1734) m 1662| | _____________________ | | |_Anne GIRARD ________| m 1641 | |_____________________
While the parentage of this Isaac is certain, the children attributed to him in the published genealogy are not likely his. Of these, Samuel is the best attested, but his baptism has not been identified (he was married before 1722). Baltazard has not been identified with any certainty, and the Esther who married Samuel Fabri belongs to Isaac the notary and banderet who married Claudine DuBrit and who does not seem to have had children Samuel and Baltazard.
_David DUTOIT _______+ | m 1604 _Gabriel DUTOIT _____| | (.... - 1659) m 1643| | |_Pernon _____ _______ | (.... - 1624) m 1604 _Pierre DUTOIT ______| | (.... - 1709) m 1669| | | _Claude FUDRI _______ | | | | |_Marie FUDRI ________| | (.... - 1694) m 1643| | |_____________________ | | |--Isaac DUTOIT | | _____________________ | | | _Pierre FROSSARD ____| | | m 1643 | | | |_____________________ | | |_Marie FROSSARD _____| (.... - 1729) m 1669| | _François BURNAND ___+ | | (.... - 1630) |_Marie BURNAND ______| m 1643 | |_____________________
A document recorded by Jean (?) Frossard, notary at Moudon, 22 jun 1739, relates that Jaques François and Jean Jaques Dutoit, brothers, of Neyruz, settle their joint inheritance from the testament of their late brother Isaac probated 07 oct 1736 at Moudon. The testament itself has so far not been found. However, there is a notation that an inventory was prepared 11 feb 1737 (Daniel Antoine Jossevel, notary at Moudon). Heirs mentioned by the latter notary include Jaques François and Jean Jaques Dutoit.
 But apparently identified as living 03 mar 1738, as joint owner of property being exchanged by Jaques François Dutoit (that reference could have been intended to read "heirs of" his brother Isaac Dutoit).
 Date of contract, Daniel Antoine Jossevel, notary.
_François DUTOIT ____+ | (1593 - 1663) m 1618 _Daniel DUTOIT ______| | (.... - 1662) | | |_Jeanne GENIER ______+ | (1596 - 1667) m 1618 _Jaques DUTOIT ______| | | | | _Felix MOENNOZ ______ | | | | |_Rose MOENNOZ _______| | | | |_____________________ | | |--Isaac DUTOIT | (.... - 1736) | _____________________ | | | _____________________| | | | | | |_____________________ | | |_Genon MARTIN _______| | | _____________________ | | |_____________________| | |_____________________
His marriage record at Lucens says he is the son of the late Isaac Dutoit of Chavannes. He died before the birth of his last child, thus in 1742, but the death is not recorded at Moudon.
In his parents' donation of 1754, he is said to have married a Catholic woman and was then living in Namur, Belgium. He cannot be the Isaac who married Christine Susanne DeMont in 1730, as that Isaac died in 1742, and his father was already deceased in 1730.
_Antoine DUTOIT _____+ | (.... - 1654) m 1634 _Pierre DUTOIT _________| | (1638 - 1695) m 1662 | | |_Judith CAVIN _______+ | (.... - 1660) m 1634 _Isaac DUTOIT _______| | (.... - 1754) m 1707| | | _Jean BOSSET ________ | | | (.... - 1647) m 1641 | |_Agathe BOSSET _________| | (.... - 1734) m 1662 | | |_Anne GIRARD ________ | m 1641 | |--Isaac DUTOIT | | _____________________ | | | _Jean Jaques DEVALLONÉ _| | | (.... - 1705) | | | |_____________________ | | |_Susanne DEVALLONÉ __| (.... - 1763) m 1707| | _Daniel NICOD _______+ | | (.... - 1705) m 1638 |_Salomé NICOD __________| | |_Sarah DUTOIT _______ m 1638
Named for "Isaac Dutoit sergent au service des Etats de Hollande", who had recently married Sebastienne DuBrit née Givel. Among the records of Jaques David Burnand, notary and Curial de Moudon is a document involving a settlement among the heirs of three brothers, Isaac, Jean, and Philippe Dutoit (25 mar 1769). The settlement reveals that Isaac son of Philippe was named for his uncle, Isaac Dutoit the sergeant in the service of Holland.
_Abraham DUTOIT _____+ | (.... - 1689) m 1642 _Isaac DUTOIT _______| | (.... - 1733) m 1696| | |_Pernon VEYRE _______+ | (.... - 1694) m 1642 _Philippe DUTOIT ____| | (1697 - 1772) m 1731| | | _Claude CUAGNI ______ | | | | |_Susanne CUAGNI _____| | (1655 - 1733) m 1696| | |_Anne JAQUIER _______ | (.... - 1693) | |--Isaac DUTOIT | (.... - 1814) | _____________________ | | | _____________________| | | | | | |_____________________ | | |_Ursule CRAUSAZ _____| (.... - 1775) m 1731| | _____________________ | | |_____________________| | |_____________________
_Pierre DUTOIT _______+ | (.... - 1717) _Isaac Philippe DUTOIT _| | (.... - 1731) | | |_Jeanne ROSAT ________ | (.... - 1731) _Jaques DUTOIT _____________| | (1728 - ....) m 1750 | | | _Sébastien BRAILLARD _ | | | (.... - 1738) | |_Eve BRAILLARD _________| | (1686 - 1765) | | |_Claudine DUTOIT _____ | (1678 - 1762) | |--Isaac DUTOIT | (1752 - 1752) | ______________________ | | | _Pierre RIGUET _________| | | (1677 - 1747) | | | |______________________ | | |_Jaqueline Barbille RIGUET _| (.... - 1752) m 1750 | | ______ BRIDEL ________ | | |_Jaqueline BRIDEL ______| (1674 - 1754) | |______________________
His parentage is revealed in a settlement recorded by Jaques David Burnand, notary at Moudon (25 mar 1769), which reveals that he is the brother of Philippe Dutoit whose son Isaac was named after him, and of Jean Dutoit, Lt. de Chavannes.
Transcript of his death record at Moudon: "Le Sr. Isaac Dutoit de Chavanes & Bourgeois de Moudon ou il etoit domicilié & qui a eté longues années premier Sergeant en Hollande agé d'environ huitante ans ayant eté malade long tems d'un retention d'urine, & eté attaqué d'ethysie perdant environ sept mois sans sortir, et eté allitté cinq sepmaines est mort le 27e Mars 1751 sur les six heures du matin, et eté enterré au cimetiere dudit Moudon le lendemain entre trois & quatre heures du soir. Il laisse sa Veufve née Givel, & n'a jamais eu d'enfant."
_Jean DUTOIT ________+ | (1596 - 1654) _Abraham DUTOIT _____| | (.... - 1689) m 1642| | |_Benoicte _____ _____ | (1600 - 1654) _Isaac DUTOIT _______| | (.... - 1733) m 1696| | | _Michel VEYRE _______+ | | | (.... - 1658) m 1624 | |_Pernon VEYRE _______| | (.... - 1694) m 1642| | |_Catherine GENIER ___+ | (1600 - 1658) m 1624 | |--Isaac DUTOIT | (.... - 1756) | _____________________ | | | _Claude CUAGNI ______| | | | | | |_____________________ | | |_Susanne CUAGNI _____| (1655 - 1733) m 1696| | _____________________ | | |_Anne JAQUIER _______| (.... - 1693) | |_____________________
In all probability, this is the Antoine Dutoit of Lausanne admitted to communion at the Walloon church of Bois-le-Duc in September 1728, on the attestation of "some soldiers" that he had taken communion previously, and on the basis of an extract from the baptismal registers of the church of Lausanne. He was received into membership at the Hague 17 feb 1730 on the basis of a recommendation from the church of Lausanne. This fact makes us suspect that a later record may refer to his father: "Antoine Dutoit of Lausanne" received as a member at the Hague, 1733. Since the younger Antoine was already accepted into the congregation, it should not have been necessary to repeat the process! It is also possible, however, that the later record is only a digest of the earlier records. Only the extracted records (e.g., the Leiden Index) have been examined so far.
_Jean DUTOIT ________+ | (.... - 1649) m 1634 _Thomas DUTOIT ______| | (.... - 1709) m 1657| | |_Catherine BOSSON ___ | m 1634 _Antoine DUTOIT _____| | (.... - 1733) | | | _Jean PORTAZ ________+ | | | (1615 - 1656) m 1636 | |_Estiennaz PORTAZ ___| | (1640 - 1682) m 1657| | |_Jeanne FAUQUEX _____ | m 1636 | |--Isaac Antoine DUTOIT | | _____________________ | | | _Abraham TROSSEL ____| | | | | | |_____________________ | | |_Jeanne TROSSEL _____| (1671 - 1728) | | _____________________ | | |_Marie FAURE ________| | |_____________________
Son of Isaac Dutoit the younger. Is it possible that he married 14 nov 1773 to Magdelaine Chevaley? This would be only a few weeks after the birth of the last child by his first wife, whose death record has not yet been located. We have tentatively accepted this idea. The marriage record at Prilly indicates he was the illegitimate son of Isaac Dutoit.
 Possibly the Isaac Dutoit who died 21 feb 1777, age about 35.
He was first cousin of Marianne, daughter of Samuel Nicolas Dutoit organist at Moudon, who appeared at a baptism in 1813.
_Moyse Gabriel DUTOIT _+ | (.... - 1752) m 1715 _Samuel Philippe DUTOIT _| | m 1746 | | |_Françoise PIACHAUD ___ | (1690 - 1750) m 1715 _Abraham Antoine DUTOIT _| | (1751 - 1812) m 1778 | | | _Antoine LOUP _________ | | | (.... - 1746) | |_Magdelaine LOUP ________| | (1718 - 1782) m 1746 | | |_______________________ | | |--Isaac David DUTOIT | (1781 - ....) | _Albert DOMBALD _______+ | | | _Jean Samuel DOMBALD ____| | | | | | |_Marguerite GOLAY _____+ | | |_Jeanne Rose DOMBALD ____| (1750 - 1811) m 1778 | | _______________________ | | |_________________________| | |_______________________
_Abraham DUTOIT _____ | (1669 - 1736) m 1708 _Pierre (François) DUTOIT _| | (.... - 1790) m 1741 | | |_Pernette MOLIE _____ | m 1708 _Joseph DUTOIT ______| | m 1779 | | | _____________________ | | | | |_Andréaz BLANCHARD ________| | (1711 - 1801) m 1741 | | |_____________________ | | |--Isaac Henri DUTOIT | (1780 - ....) | _____________________ | | | _Jean MANIGLEY ____________| | | (1725 - 1806) | | | |_____________________ | | |_Françoise MANIGLEY _| (1752 - 1817) m 1779| | _____________________ | | |_Jeanne Marie TESTUZ ______| | |_____________________
_François DUTOIT ____+ | (1593 - 1663) m 1618 _Aimé DUTOIT ________| | m 1642 | | |_Jeanne GENIER ______+ | (1596 - 1667) m 1618 _François DUTOIT ____| | (.... - 1712) m 1676| | | _Jean FAUCHERRE _____+ | | | | |_Judith FAUCHERRE ___| | m 1642 | | |_____________________ | | |--Isaac Jacob DUTOIT | | _____________________ | | | _Abraham POCHON _____| | | (.... - 1676) | | | |_____________________ | | |_Eve POCHON _________| (.... - 1727) m 1676| | _____________________ | | |_____________________| | |_____________________
_Antoine DUTOIT _____+ | (.... - 1654) m 1634 _Pierre DUTOIT _________| | (1638 - 1695) m 1662 | | |_Judith CAVIN _______+ | (.... - 1660) m 1634 _Isaac DUTOIT _______| | (.... - 1754) m 1707| | | _Jean BOSSET ________ | | | (.... - 1647) m 1641 | |_Agathe BOSSET _________| | (.... - 1734) m 1662 | | |_Anne GIRARD ________ | m 1641 | |--Isaac Jean Baptiste DUTOIT | (.... - 1733) | _____________________ | | | _Jean Jaques DEVALLONÉ _| | | (.... - 1705) | | | |_____________________ | | |_Susanne DEVALLONÉ __| (.... - 1763) m 1707| | _Daniel NICOD _______+ | | (.... - 1705) m 1638 |_Salomé NICOD __________| | |_Sarah DUTOIT _______ m 1638
_Pierre (François) DUTOIT _+ | (.... - 1790) m 1741 _Henri Louis DUTOIT ____| | (.... - 1797) m 1775 | | |_Andréaz BLANCHARD ________ | (1711 - 1801) m 1741 _Jean Louis DUTOIT _________________| | (1775 - ....) m 1796 | | | _Abraham LECHEYRE _________ | | | (.... - 1775) | |_Jeanne LECHEYRE _______| | (.... - 1806) m 1775 | | |___________________________ | | |--Isaac Louis George DUTOIT | (1803 - ....) | ___________________________ | | | _Joseph Daniel BORNAND _| | | | | | |___________________________ | | |_Henriette Marie Benjamine BORNAND _| m 1796 | | ___________________________ | | |_Anne DÉMORET __________| | |___________________________
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