A cousin in our community spent a year in France and found time to study all of the church records within the diocese of Limoges to no avail. We were then not aware of the Javillon spelling, however, and she was looking for Chavignon and/or Davignon as it was spelled in the Detroit Ste Anne's records. It is certainly Javillon in Jette but I wonder by what authority. The 8-31-1712 notarial record, engage to Detroit, spelled it Javillon, and it was spelled that way on sale of his house on Ile Carillon. The nom-de-guerre Lafeuillade came from a previous generation I feel sure as those military units came before he was born (circa 1690). I worked on that last summer at a military museum in Paris. TELL ME I am so curious to know, from which child are you a descendant ???