John Badeau died intestate.Inventory taken by Benjamin Badeau on April 5, 1819.
"John Badeau was owner of the Badeau-Williams Tavern in New Rochelle, 1766 sold it to John Gedney, a Tory. It was confiscated during the Revolutionary War. In 1798, it is back in the possession of Badeau. See: "The Lounsbury Tree Family Newsletter #40". http://www-personal.umd.umich.edu/~rfraser/L-Tree/40Fall2004.pdfhttp://www-personal.umd.umich.edu/~rfraser/L-Tree/40Fall2004.pdf. Retrieved on 2009-02-14.
The Benjamin who took the inventory was probably: 1.BENJAMIN5 BADEAU(ELIAS4, JOHN H.3, ELI2, PIERRE1) born 1778, and died 1862 in New Rochelle, NY age 84.He married CHARITY BAYERLY. He was the grandson of John H. Badeau (b. 1699 New Rochelle, NY d. 3/21/1787 Mahopac Falls, NY) and Madelaine Parcot. In 1827 Benjanin Badeau was Overseer of the Poor for New Rochelle, NY.
Two possible candidates for the John Badeau who died 1819 are:
1.JOHN8 BADEAU(JONATHAN7, GILBERT6, ISAAC5, PETER4, JOHN H.3, ELI2, PIERRE1) son of Jonathan Badeau (d. 1859) and Rebecca Hazelton
1.JOHN6 BADEAU(ISAAC5, JOHN4, JOHN H.3, ELI2, PIERRE1) son of Isaac Badeau, grandson of John Badeau(b. ca 1730) and Susan Flandreau