Hmm. And it also says in the endnotes "Bernard was subsequently summoned to court to answer the charges, but instead fled, in 1639 (at which time he was executed in effigy), to the Netherlands and then to England.Meanwhile, Bernard's two brothers, Henry and Louis (the latter cardinal and archbishop of Toulouse), died of battle wounds under suspicious circumstances in the same year. Once in England, Bernard married Antoinette "Alice" Faudoas, a Huguenot residing in Wales, his third wife. After Bernard returned from exile to France (he was restored to grace in 1643, shortly after his father died), Alice's grandchildren appear to have used both the surname Valette/Vallette/Lavallette and Epernon, still others the anglicized surname Epperson, most of which migrated to Virginia. The record also suggests that all became members of the Anglican Church (Episcopalian in America)."
But there is no source given and they say " We have nominal documentation for most of this tree. Much of it was constructed from other internet trees; and where connective data lacks, reasoned suppositions have been made." This gives me very little confidence in the data I'm afraid.
This *is* the first place I've seen a surname for Alice though, so perhaps someone has found an actual marriage. I shall write in the guestbook and see if I get any response!