That would be really helpful. I am determined to pin all the connections down.
I've had professional work down over the past few years on varous branches of my families. But it was only a hunch in an ideal moment a year ago, that I typed 'Matilda Auber Hoxton' into Google and found your work (I think) and realised immediately she was of the same family.
Incidentally, Matilda married a Rowley (sometimes shown wrongly on family trees as Knowley - it isn't!). Rowley may be a name local to Staffordshire, but on the other hand, I did find a Huguenot related website called roelli.org - where there was a reference to Susanne Fradin (daughter of Francois and Elizabeth Morin, born 1765) - who is certainly an ancestor. I am not sure why she was mentioned, among others, but it was intriguing. The lady who did the initially work for me, will be reporting back sometime this month on the Rowleys.
Back to the Fradines. I would like to know which churches the Fradins (ditto the Aubers) were attending from the early 1720s to 1760, when Susanne Fradin's parents return to using La Patente church. That would be helpful.
What I can say is that Jacques Fradin and his wife Jeanne Bluteau in the c.1710-20s are almost certainly part of Susanne's family because of a 'Borit' baptism connection of June 1717 (the Borits were clearly related to the Bluteaus by marriage and a J. Fradin was also present). Two Borits then turn up as godparents at the baptisms of Susanne's elder brothers in 1760 and 1763.
So what I would like to know is where Claudius, Claude and Sarah Fradine fit into the picture. What churches were they using? Westminster is the rather upmarket end for the Huguenots - and that could make some sense from what I can see on the web about some of the Fradin clan (eg Geneanet).
Have you noticed that on 22 August 1714 that Gabriel Fradin and Samuel Morin and Marie Anne Morin (son and daughter of Samuel Morin and Marie Morin) were being baptised together at La Patente. Gabriel Grelier was godfather to both sets of babies. A Gabriel Grelier of Moncoutant is listed as being condemned to exile in absentia in the list Protestant Galley Slaves on the 'Musee du Desert' website 'avant 1720'.
The same website also mentions 'Pierre Poigneau, born about 1672 son of Jean and Marie Fradin. Weaver. Of Moncoutant. Died in hospital 1700.
Also listed is Jean Pougnol/ Pugnol/ Pougeau. Born about 1678, son of Jaques and Catherine Moret. Glover. Camisard (!). Of Moncoutant. Condemned at Montpellier for carrying arms 1705. Freed 1716.
Also, Francois Cornuau. Born about 1652, son of Jacques and Suzanne Pardin or Fradin, husband of Perinne Pradin, 'parent' [probably means relative] of galley slaves Pougneau and Drillaud. Labourer. Of Saint-Jouin de Milly [tiny place just north-west of Moncoutant]. Condemned 1701. Died in hsopital 1702.
So what are the connections? Well in:
28 Oct 1708: Marriage at la Patente: Jacques Pougneau, born Moncoutant, Poitou, son of Jean Pougneau and Elizabeth Cornuau living on Fleet Street. Weaver. Marries Jeanne Louise Aube (with acute accent) native of London, daugther of Gabriel Aube et Lousie Rosee (a surname name that appears in June 1710 as Margueritte De rossier (signed Rosie) as a godmother alongside Daniel Auber godfather. Stepney. Witnesses: Jean Pougneau, Charles Poigneau, F. Aube, Louise Obe (accent), Jeanne Auber (accent), Daniel Michaux, Elizabeth Bernardin, Marie Magdeleine Aube (accent) (soeur).
Previously in March 1704 Daniel Michaux and Jeanne Auber are god parents to Daniel Abraham Aubair son of Jacob Aubair et Elizabeth Bosquin, natives of Caen, Normandy. Then in Feb 1707 Marie Anne Michaux's parents are Daniel Michaux weaver and Jeanne Auber of Black Eagle Street, Stepney. Ditto in August 1708 for Susanne Micheaux. I think therefore that Jeanne Auber is likely to be Jacob Auber's sister or a close relation.
Later in Nov 1723 Henry Roulet of Moncountant, son of widower Pierre Roulet and Perrine Fradin to Esther Bonnet of 'same place', daughter of widower Jean Bonnet and widow Charlotte Malet. Witness: J. Fradin.
The Musee du Desert website mention two Fradins: Clement Fradin. Born about 1665. 'Marchand'. Of Mirabaux [Loiret]. Condemned at Grenoble 'a 10 ans pour exil' in 1686. Freed 1687.
Jean Fradin. Aubergiste. Des Herbier [Vendee]. Condemned in his absence to exile at Poitiers May 1700.
So Ben, as you can see, there is an early connection between a branch of the Fradins, a branch of the Aubers (however spelt), and also branch of the Morins. However, the connection between the Fradins and the Aubers seems to be in London, which is hardly surprising if the Aubers are from Normandy and the Fradins from Poitou.
Look forward to hearing from you and would be pleased to exchange information with you. Sorry this is so long! I will be returning to the Huguenot Library as soon as I can.