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Toni & Kristi,
Thanks! I think if you sent the pictures to the
LaBoyteaux-L(a)Rootsweb.com or to Audrey directly everyone could see
them. I would imagine that the farm is all built over by now and of
course I am trying to imagine it at long distance. However, Barbara
Hamilton told me she had a friend who went to school in Mt. Healthy.
He remembered that the farm was outlined by the streets that intersect
at the cemetary. Is that possible?
On Mar 19, 2005, at 7:15 AM, tony & kristi wrote:
> I have access to these places. I have visited the cemetery and know
> the owners of the mansion (well, my mom does). I'm not sure where the
> farm is. I will work on getting pictures and any information once the
> weather is better (it's been nasty in Cincinnati). I don't think
> there are stones for some (like Peter) in the cemetery, but it was a
> quick walk through while my family waited in the car. Where should I
> e-mail the pictures once I get them?
> Kristi Johnson
> Cincinnati, Ohio
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "John LaBoyteaux"
> To: <LABOYTEAUX-L(a)rootsweb.com>
> Sent: Saturday, March 19, 2005 9:37 AM
> Subject: LaBoiteaux Mansion in Mt. Healthy
>> Would it be difficult to get some pictures of LaBoiteaux sites in Mt.
>> Healthy (the mansion, the cemetary, the farm location) for the
>> LaBoyteaux homepage?
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Anyone venture a guess to which Peter they are talking about here.
Note the reference to a John Bodine being uncle of Peter Laboiteaux.
This could not be the John Bodine who married Catherine LaBOYTEAUX, dau/o
Gabriel. Must be another John Bodine-LaBoiteaux marriage, or the account is
Does anyone know about Patrick Laborteaux b 1965 Los Angeles, CA (played
Andy) and Matthew Laborteaux b 1966 (played Albert Ingalls) who were on
Little House on the Prairie, and said to have been adopted. Sister's name:
Jane Laborteaux; Mother's name given as Frances Laborteaux; surname also
given as Labyorteaux. Don't have father's name.
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Please tell me how you determined the middle name of "Lownes" for James Laberteaux, son of Jacob and Anna. I have several references for him, but they only list him as James Laberteaux with no middle name or initial.
Yes, I see that Bathsheba, dau. of John G. Laboyteaux and Phebe married
Reuben S. Compton and seems to have stayed in Ohio.
Refering to Arlene's "Descendants of Gabriel LaBoyteaux" the name
Bathsheba appears several more times but none seem to be the right age
nor do I find any mention of Gallop.
Unless I've missed something we don't know too much about William
LaBoyeaux b. 1777 who we believe moved to Pasquotank County, North
Carolina. We find him (we think) in North Carolina census information
beginning in 1800 and it looks like he may have died before 1820 and
Sarah (spelled Labetue) becomes head of household. This looks more and
more to me like both father (William b.1777) and son (William b. 1810)
married women with given name of "Sarah". We don't seem to have the
names of any of William b. 1777 and Sarah's other children.
I'm thinking Bathsheba Gallop might be a sister of William b. 1810.
When we find Charles and Georgianna (1850 census) in the Bathsheba
Gallop household, they may be staying with their aunt. More probable
than my "nanny" theory I think.
Audrey, you asked me concerning the civil war pension index, if my
great uncle Charles "Alabam" LaBoyteaux might have had an uncle of the
same name. So now we find that William b. 1810 and Sarah had a son
Charles. He is only one year younger than George Brooks.
About a week ago I received from Don LaBerteaux the work by James J. de
Waal Malefyt and also Arlene's "Descendants of Gabriel LaBoyteaux". I
see on page 24 of the Malefyt work that John G. Laboyteaux and Phebe
had a daughter Bathsheba b. 1807. Could this be the Bathsheba Gallop
who we find caring for two of William and Sarah LaBoyteaux's children
in Elizabeth City, North Carolina in 1850. John G. Laboyeaux is
believed born about 1770 in New York and William LaBoyteaux about 1777
in New York but both dates are approximate.
Also we see that William LaBoyteaux disappears from New York about
1798, just the year that our records here in California say he bought
land in Pasquotank County, North Carolina. According to Malefyt, Mrs.
LaBoyteaux continues the grocery business in New York but he does not
say how long. Was "Mrs. LaBoyteaux" of New York the Sarah or Sallie
we find in the North Carolina census 1800 thru 1830? Did other
LaBoyteauxs from New York also move to North Carolina?