| According to C.G.Botha's French Refugees at the Cape, he arrived|
in 1688 in the Voorsckooten with his wife Catherine Taboureux and
four children, Claude, aged 24, Charles, 19, Isaac, 16 and Marie, 6.
In April, 1689, he was murdered at Drakenstein by a Hottentot. His
widow and four children received help from the Fund.
The account on stamouers.com states that he was attacked on his
farm by a Hottentotson 30th March 1689 and died on the 3rd April,
but gives no documentary source for this. Further on it quotes the
Cape Archives document CJ 780, 20 April 1689, p.859, for the trial
and CJ 291, 20 April 1689, pp.275-7 for the evidence of Edessha, the
Hottentot in question.