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lepine

Replies: 14
Posted: 6 May 2012 3:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Yes, my husbands father is the first generation that does not... my husbands grandparents were the first generation that were really totally fluent in English, but they spoke french at home & learned english in the US school system.
My father-in-law said that a distant cousin gave him the name of what would have been his great grandmother... on the 1900 census, Emile was listed as a widow. The family did enter the port at New Orleans & I'm not sure how long till they entered the Rayne area. Mother & father & the 3 kids were on the ship manifest. I'm assumng there is no burial record of Emile ... I have searched & searched, but I wouldn't know what church to start with ... I was actually surprised Charlotte & Victor were at the catholic cemetery, I actually thought Emile left the Catholic church & joined another Christian/ protestant religion & thats why he was outcast..
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Chastiti Lepi... 24 Feb 2012 2:38AM GMT 
ctchar2229 5 May 2012 9:03PM GMT 
Chastiti Lepi... 5 May 2012 11:11PM GMT 
ctchar2229 6 May 2012 5:35PM GMT 
Chastiti Lepi... 6 May 2012 9:01PM GMT 
ctchar2229 7 May 2012 1:35AM GMT 
ctchar2229 7 May 2012 2:17AM GMT 
ctchar2229 14 May 2012 7:14PM GMT 
ctchar2229 25 Oct 2012 1:48PM GMT 
annamhayes 6 May 2012 6:22PM GMT 
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