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TAYNOR / MONROE / POUPARD / MOSSBURG, etc.

Lucy Mossburg Bellville (View posts)
Posted: 2 Jan 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Jan 2006 4:16AM GMT
Surnames: TAYNOR, POUPARD, COULAY, YAX, MONROE
Looking for information on death records of Lydia (Mary) MONROE TAYNOR. She died in Monroe in 1884. She was the wife of Isaac Newton Dayton Taynor, mother of Isaac Lewis Taynor. We have her obit from the Custer Museum records but nothing else. We believe she may have also been born in Monroe. She is believed to have been full blood Indian from unknown tribe.

Also looking for any TAYNOR connection to the area, along with info on Charles and Gilbert Poupard, father and son in late 1800s. Charles' wife was Monica Coulay, daughter of Oliver Abner COULAY and Archange YAX, daughter of John Baptist Yax.

yax Genealogy

William W. Higgins (View posts)
Posted: 17 Aug 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Yax, Yacques, Jacks, Herbinne
The Yax clan descend from Johannes Jacks and Catherine
Herbinne who eloped from Cologne, Gy via Rotterdam to
Philadelphia ca 1739 on ship Lydia. They were married at
Goshenhoppen, PA (He Catholic - she Lutheran) and set out
for a German settlement on the Mississippi. Captured by
Indians where the Scioto R. empties into the Ohio, they were
ransomed by the French Commandant of Fort Pontchartrain
(Detroit) who gave them land in todays Grosse Pointe. Cath-
erine converted to Catholocism as recorded in journals of
St.Annes historic church in Detroit. The clan extends from
Toledo to the Thumb. See the Burton Collection in the Detroit public library; the Mount Clemens Library; and the
files of the Genealogical Archives in Kaiserslautern, Germany.

Yax

Posted: 18 Jun 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 24 Jan 2006 11:33PM GMT
Surnames: Yax,
Monroe County......You indicated genealogy archives in Kaiserslautern, Germany. I would be interested in knowing how to search these German archives. Is there a website?

Thanks.

Kaiserslautern, Gy Archives

Bill Higgins (View posts)
Posted: 19 Jun 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Yax, Jacks, Herbinne
I was touring the area from my son-in-laws post at the US
Army Hospital, Landstuhl, across the road from the USAF
Ramstein AFB. Kaiserslautern is on the rail-highway route
from Frankfurt to Paris. Archivist was courteous and
helpful but had no data on Jacks-Herbinne couple except what
he had received from an American genealogist in Virginia
who had died when I tried to contact him in 1991. Regret I
have no address of any kind for Archives.

Re: yax Genealogy

Posted: 27 Sep 2007 3:36AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Yax, Herbinne, Trombly
I have a genalogy book of my family taken from the lineage compiled from the "Genalogy of the French Families of The Detroit Region. It states that one Catherine Herbinne married a Michael Yax. They were the parents of Cecilia Yax who married Louis-Michael Trombly.Could we be speaking of the same Catherine? Catherine would be my 6th gr grandmother.

Re: TAYNOR / MONROE / POUPARD / MOSSBURG, etc.

Posted: 26 Apr 2009 1:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 27 Apr 2009 12:47PM GMT
Surnames: Poupard
I have just made connection to Gilbert Poupard. His son Joseph was husbands GG grandfather. Looking for more information from Gilbert back. Parents, etc.

Re: TAYNOR / MONROE / POUPARD / MOSSBURG, etc.

Posted: 26 Apr 2009 2:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 27 Apr 2009 12:48PM GMT
Surnames: Poupard, Nadeau, Taynor
Joseph Poupard and Angelica Nadeau had a son Gilbert Poupard born 1841 in Monroe
There is also a Charles Poupard who had a son Gilbert born 1857 in Monroe and married a Margaret Taynor.
For more information contact me at bhurst1948@aol.com

Poupard-Venier-Chinavare

Re: TAYNOR / MONROE / POUPARD / MOSSBURG, etc.

Posted: 3 May 2009 9:16PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 4 May 2009 1:00PM GMT
Surnames: Boreon
This Gilbert was married to Libby Boreon according to their son Joseph's marriage recorded at St. Anne's Detroit Oct 1899. Anything on this line?
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