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St. Ann, Staine

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Re: St. Ann, Staine

Posted: 9 Sep 2007 7:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
The St. Ann family has been in Plaquemines since about 1790. The records aren't easy to find for us today because Carlos SANTANA came from Santyago de los Cavalieros, Santo Domingo(Spanish side of Hispaniola) with his wife Maria Theresa. If you check the Archdiocese of New Orleans records before the Battle of New Orleans, the name was Spanish. After Father Antonio De SEDELLA(a Spanish Priest) left New Orleans, the name became St. ANNE, since the family was living in a French speaking area, Plaquemines Parish, and now marrying children into the neighboring families. A supposition is that they were among the islanders of Taino ancestry, being from an interior town.
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angela stann 27 Dec 2012 9:09PM GMT 
williamstring... 10 Sep 2007 1:11AM GMT 
StAnn63 13 Sep 2007 12:37AM GMT 
williamstring... 28 Jul 2008 2:29AM GMT 
onthemountn 21 Sep 2008 4:25PM GMT 
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