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Yes, I believe that was Morgan Loar. If my memory is correct, he was Virginia Brown's
2nd or 3rd husband.
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> #1 Re: [PLAQU] Roll Call [spongia <spongia(a)bellsouth.net>]
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> Subject: Re: [PLAQU] Roll Call
> Date: Sat, 18 Jan 2003 21:54:49 -0600
> From: spongia <spongia(a)bellsouth.net>
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> My Loar side, has Brown and Marshall.
> patty spongia Loup
> Jack Marshall wrote:
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> > I'm Jack Marshall, live in Jefferson Parish and researching the following from
> > Plaquemines Parish:
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> > Brown (Browne)
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> > Clark
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I borrowed Les Payes des Fleurs Orange through ILL and found something
that astounded me, hopefully someone on here can shed some light.
First, they have my ancestor's name wrong, people evidently thought he
was Nick Gatlin but he was Nicholas Thomas Gathleny (see info on my page
http://community.webtv.net/mpetzolt/genealogy choose paternal Irish) I
do need to get the author to correct that in his next update.
Anyway... he is mentioned twice in the index, once as husband of
Albertine Morgan.... and a new bit of info.
pp 331-332 - Eugene DURABBE was born in 1866. He was the son of Eugene
and Josephine SCOTT. Eugene married Anastasia BURAS. Anastasie (sic) was
born about 1870, the daughter of Theodule Buras and Marie Pauline Buras.
Eugene remarried Lisa Amelia Bras on 19 May 1898. Lisa was the daughter
of Michel Hypolite Burras and Marie Rosalie Buras. Lisa had a daughter
for Nick GATLIN who was adopted by Eugene. Eugene and Anastasie had one
known child, Eugene Durrabe 1885. Eugene and Lisa : Rina Elizabeth
Jacqueline Durabbe 4 Oct 1892
Questions: anyone know or know how I can find out details on this birth
adoption? The child Rina must be Nicholas' as the birth date is before
the marriage of Lisa and Eugene.
Can anyone shed light on this, what happened to the Durrabe's and this
Maura Petzolt mpetzolt2(a)webtv.net
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My name is Lyn Wilson Berry and unfortunately for researching purposes, I
live in Michigan. I am researching the following surnames from Plaquemines
My name is Judy Wells and I am researching PEREZ and GONZALES lines from
Plaquemines Parish. And all their branches. I was born and raised in
St. Bernard Parish and now live in Florida.
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I am in Texas and am researching the following LA surnames. Am having
some luck and a lot of "brick walls". My hope for 2003 is to see some
of those walls fall down.
Fenelleau (Jeanne b. abt 1755 married to E. LaFrance 1770)
Would love to make connections and share information.
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From: "Lee Anne Center" <lacenter(a)attbi.com>
Sent: Thursday, January 02, 2003 1:57 PM
Subject: [Greene] SouthEastern Census Maps - 1600s to present
> Here's a site that I've found helpful. It has SE United States census and
county formation maps:
> Lee Anne
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