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QUETEL, QUESTEL, BUSBY, PHILIPUS, BENJAMIN, GEREAU, DYER, BRYAN, BREWSTER, DUNBAVIN, DEGRAFF, SCHNIDER, MCBEAN

Replies: 22
Posted: 15 Apr 2013 1:14PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Busby
Following is all the information I have and I am at a dead end. According to the 1911 Danish Census of St Thomas. Catherine Busby (my wife's great grandmother) was Anglican and born in St Eustatuis in 1851. She emigrated to St Thomas in 1860. According to family information she died in St Thomas in 1921. Also, according to the census she was living with her illegitimate daughter (my wife's grandmother) Alice Lamarche (born Levine) and Alice's legitimate family of seven children at 17 Kongensgale Street, Kings Quarter of Charlotte Amalie. Also living in the home, owned by Alice's husband Christian Lamarche, was a "foster child" named Arabella Lespire, age 24 (born 1887 on St Eustatius), Roman Catholic. She emigrated to St Thomas in 1887. Because of the relative rarity of the Arabella name and the association with Busby and St Eustatius I thought that there is probably some relationship. I welcome any information you may have.
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