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JOSEPH - With the spelling of "Boyette", we are very interested in
hearing more from you. This is may be a new spelling of our family
name, and if so, we'd like to get some idea of location and genealogy,
even if it only goes back a few generations. Please let us hear from
I suggest that you visit this site to see what is available on this family.
LABOYTEAUX Family Homepage
You are welcome to post queries, tell us what you know or would you'd like
to learn to this discussion list. This discussion list is the place to
contact a number of seasoned LABOYTEAUX researchers. Direct your questions
here or post information to the GenConnect Bulletin Boards.
There are now 18 LABOYTEAUX/LABERTEAUX/etc. researchers on this list. You
may be interested in the booklets which have been published by 3 of our most
dedicated and seasoned researchers. They are wonderful and a great
beginning to start finding your lineage. Go to our homepage for
Start chatting and we will see what we can do for you. This is the list to
make contact with other researchers.
From: Joseph E. Boyett Jr. <rfv(a)msn.com>
To: LABOYTEAUX-L-request(a)rootsweb.com <LABOYTEAUX-L-request(a)rootsweb.com>
Date: Saturday, September 11, 1999 3:55 PM
Subject: Interested in researchers of La Boyteaux
>I want to contact anyone researching La Boyteaux lineage. JEB
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