Abt 1672 - 1733 (~ 61 years)
Has 18 ancestors and more than 100 descendants in this family tree.
||Daniel Guion |
|Relationship||with Francis Fox|
||St Savinien, Xaintonge, France
||29 Nov 1704
||Dublin, Ireland 
||2 May 1710
||Dublin, Ireland 
||6 Nov 1716
||Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
||6 Sep 1733
||Baron Guillaume de Guion de Geis (Relationship: May be cousins) |
||Geneagraphie | Voorouders HW
||27 Sep 2019 |
||Elizabeth Roy, b. Abt 1678, St Savinien, Xaintonge, France , d. Aft Dec 1726 (Age ~ 49 years) |
||28 Jan 1700
||St Patrick and St Mary Huguenot church, Dublin 
| ||1. Daniel Guion, b. Nov 1705, bur. 3 Jan 1706 (Age ~ 0 years)|
| ||2. Elisabet Guion, b. ca 1706, bur. 8 Sep 1709 (Age ~ 3 years)|
|+||3. Daniel Guion, b. 3 Jun 1713, d. Abt 1770 (Age 56 years)|
| ||4. George Guion, b. 10 Apr 1716, Dublin, Ireland , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||5. Madeleine Guion, b. 1 Nov 1722, Dublin, Ireland , d. Yes, date unknown|
||Page 100 of Registers of the French conformed churches of St. Patrick and St. Mary, Dublin, Vol. 7|
||5 Sep 2018 |
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|Address - Bef 1690 - St Savinien, Xaintonge, France
|Address - Fled to the Netherlands and entered the army of William of Orange, King of England - Abt 1690 - Netherlands
|Address - Fought in the army of Williiam against the King of France in the Nine Years War - 1690-1696 - Piedmont
|Married - 28 Jan 1700 - St Patrick and St Mary Huguenot church, Dublin
|Address - 29 Nov 1704 - Dublin, Ireland
|Address - 2 May 1710 - Dublin, Ireland
|Address - The Burgesses of Glasgow were originally inhabitants of the town, who held land there and contributed to taxation and other burdens. The rank of burgess was later restricted to Merchants and Craftsmen. Only burgesses could enjoy the privileges of trading or practising a craft in the town or could vote in elections. Burgess tickets were also granted to outsiders who had performed some service for the City. The political privileges enjoyed by the burgesses were removed by the Reform Act in 1832 and their ancient exclusive trading rights were abolished in 1846. Thereafter admission as a burgess became a social status with charitable objectives and has so continued to the present day. Mitchell Library:Burgess Rolls
From earliest times the regulation of the admission of burgesses was in the hands of the community, and as representing the community, the power lay with the town council. Burgesses were received and sworn in the presence of the magistrates and council and their entries were engrossed in the Minute Books of the town.This procedure continued until 7 October 1609, upon which date, by act of council, the right was transferred to the Dean of Guild and his Council, and thereafter new admissions are recorded in the Act Books of that court Glasgow Burgesses, Preface, iii Some admissions are also recorded in the records of the Trades House of Glasgow. Trades House, pp. 32 et seq. and the records of the Merchants House. Merchants House, p. 105 - 6 Nov 1716 - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
|Died - 6 Sep 1733 - Dublin, Ireland
|| : Address
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- Registry of Deeds Index Project Ireland
- Publications of the Huguenot society of London - XLI
Dublin and Portarlington Veterans
by T.P. le Fanu and W.H. Manchee
Guion, Daniel of St. Savinian (Charente Inferieux)
Son of Daniel and Louise le Gendre, served 7 years in Piedmont and on the Rhine (Note: together with Guillaume de Guion de Geis who could be a cousin or brother); retired wounded in 1697, naturalized in Ireland 1/4/1698-1699 and became a wine merchant in Dublin, Elder of St. Patrick where he married Elizabeth Roy also of St. Savinian by whom he had 2 sons and one daughter.
He died 1733
- Huguenot society - list of Huguenot pensioners vol 51 in the Quarto series
Daniel Guion of St Savinien in Charente-Inferieux
He was son of Daniel Guion and Louse Le Gendre.
He had served for 7 years in Piedmont on the Rhine and was naturalised in 1698/9 in Ireland. He became a wine merchant in Dublin.
He became an elder of the church of St Patrick and Married Elizabeth Roy in 1700 by whom they had 3 children, Daniel 1713, George 1716 and Madeleine 1722.
This Daniel was an elder of the church and secretaire in 1728 in Portarlington.
Guillaume Guyon was also said to have served 7 years on the Rhine at Piedmont, and then retired to Ireland, so it is likely they were related , but there was no direct link established.
With thanks to Andrew Guion - [andrew[at]guion.swinternet.co.uk]
- MS No 60-367-41265, Dublin registry of DEEDS Kings Inn Dublin, Royal Irish Academy , Trinity College
Daniel Guion is listed as owning two Public Houses in 1729.
He owned a tavern on Cork Hill (Note: Dublin Castle is situated on Cork Hill) called JACOBS LADDER, and bought one in 1729 called The Playhouse Tavern for £200 on 5/9/1729.
Plans had been made for the construction of a new entrance to Dublin Castle, in line with Cork Hill, which necessitated demolition of all the houses from 'Doran the Joiner' to the Castle Gate. The properties were compulsorily purchased. An article in 'Faulkner's Journal' of 12th July 1768, stated that 'the workmen began to throw down the old buildings of Cork Hill, in order to widen the avenue and prepare the ground for erecting the new Exchange (or Merchant's Business Centre) at Cork Hill'. The following year, Lord Lieutenant Townsend laid the first stone of the Royal Exchange, what is now, City Hall.
- Irish Huguenot genealogy: A brief guide
- The Huguenot Society of Great Britain & Ireland
- Huguenots in Ireland
- Huguenots of Ireland
- Also consulted 
- Jean Mousnier et Marie Renaud.
—Le 28e Septembre, 1725, a esté bénit par le Doyen Ducasse, un des ministres de cette eglise, lemariage de Jean Mounier, boulanger, natif de laville de Saintes en Saintonge, et de Marie Renau, de la ville de la Rochelle, avec la licence de milord Archevesque; au quel mariage ont esté presents Suzanne Cacau, Suzanne Canet, Mr,Bonnafondet le Capne. Guion et plusieurs autres personnes. Jean Mounier. Mari Renau. Paul Bonnafon.
- [S166] The Huguenot Settlements in Ireland, Grace Lawless Lee, (Reprint for Clearfield Company., Inc. by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Maryland 1992, 1999, 2006), 243 (Reliability: 3).
- [S167] La France Protestante, Tome Premier, Mm. Eugene et Emile Haag, (Publiée sous les Auspices de la Société de l'Histoire du Protestantisme Francais), Proces contre Jean Roy, Pierre Guion, Jean Angreville ou Axgreville et Daniel Augreville frères, Jean Tallet et Pierre Gruibert, matelots, et Elisabeth Maillard (Reliability: 3).
- [S148] Registers of the French conformed churches of St. Patrick and St. Mary, Dublin, Vol. 7, (Huguenot society of London, 1898), Index to Persons and Places (Reliability: 2).
- [S153] Registers of the Non-Conformist Churches of Lucy Lane and Peter Street Dublin, (The Huguenot Society of London) (Reliability: 2).
- [S150] Letters of denization and acts of naturalization for aliens in England and Ireland 1701-1800, (The Huguenot Society of London), Appendix IV (Reliability: 3).
- [S150] Letters of denization and acts of naturalization for aliens in England and Ireland 1701-1800, (The Huguenot Society of London), Appendix II (Reliability: 3).
- [S148] Registers of the French conformed churches of St. Patrick and St. Mary, Dublin, Vol. 7, (Huguenot society of London, 1898), Marriages 1699 (Reliability: 2).
- [S175] L'Église Nationale protestante de Genève, (Correspondance au Bureau du Consistoire, Place de la Tacconerie - 1886) (Reliability: 3).