Jean Farcy (Ffarci, Forsee) with his wife came over in 1700 with the Marquis de la Muse on the first of 4 ships I believe it was the Mary Ann.Jean was naturalaized in 1705. English settlers did not have to be naturalized but others did. They settled at Manakintown VAand suffered hardships the first few years. Jean Farcy was one of the first vestrymen of King William Parrish and Farcy's are named in the Douglas Register for that Parrish. Jean and his wife who married Anthony Rapine after Jean died about 1717 had 3 sons and perhaps a daughter named Judith who married a Bingley.Information on this family appears in Documents on Huguenot Emmigration to Virginia by R. A. Brock and Turff and Twig by Priscilla Cabell includesa map showing location of land Jean Farcy was allotted. My ancestor was Stephen (Ettienne) Farcy son of Jean and his wife thought to have been Suzanne Chastaine though I have found no documentation--they were close to the Chastains and Jean's sons lived with StephenChastaine after their father died.I obtained Stephen's will from the court clerk of Cumberland County VA. Farcys were quite prominent in France but I have not been able to connect the ones in Manakintown with the ones in France.A Jean Farcy was minister to a chrch in Mouchamps in the late 1600s.