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DUPUIS families in AVOYELLES

DUPUIS families in AVOYELLES

gaston dupuis (View posts)
Posted: 21 May 2001 1:11AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 Aug 2001 6:27AM GMT
Hi cousins
i am looking for all Dupuis/Dupuy descendants
in AVOYELLES, i am trying to get together
the descendants of Martin DuPeux/DuPuis
and Perrine Thériot childrens deported to Louisiana in 1755. i have other DESCENDANTS
from the Dupuy and all spellings variations
i will try to answer all request concerning
the descendants of the 74 French Ancestors who came to North America from France to Canada/USA.
GASTON my e-mail
<ldupuis@supernet.ca>
i have a good folder of 50,000 descendants.

Re: DUPUIS families in AVOYELLES

Posted: 1 Jul 2001 2:22PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 15 Aug 2001 4:55AM GMT
Surnames: dupuy/dupuis guillory
hi cousin we are related if you are dupuy(smile) my great grand-parents were julian guillory and elizabeth leborde married july6,1865 and oliver dupuy and colone leborde married november 12,1874 my grand-parents were xavier dupuy and florence guillory married in november 28,1906 in caddo parrish my grandfather had married previously an edna gremillion one son was born of this union marc dupuy twelve more were born to florence and xavier helena,rena,miller,mansel,mable,merduris.una,flora hayden,,cora,malcom and my mom Beulah all dupuys

Re: DUPUIS families in AVOYELLES

Mary L Luneau Frank (View posts)
Posted: 26 Jul 2001 2:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 15 Aug 2001 4:57AM GMT
Jean Baptiste Luneau my 4th Great Grandfather was married to Magdeleine Dupuis (Dupuy) and they lived in Avoylles parish They were married Oct 14, 1810 they had four children that we know of. Jean Baptiste was the son of Louis Luneau and Jeanne Baconi, Magdeleine was the daughter of Andre Dupuis, son of Francois Dupuis and Perinne Champagne he was married ot Justine Normand they had 9 children. The children of Jean Baptiste and Magdeleine were: Jean Baptiste Luneau II, Jean Baptiste, Jenette and Andre Luneau. Andre' is my 3rd Great Grandfather.

Re: DUPUIS families in AVOYELLES

theresa luneau (View posts)
Posted: 19 Aug 2001 3:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Luneau
I have a fith child born to jean Baptiste luneau and Magdeleine dupuis. Being Clarinda Luneau ,married Gedion C. Wood, 7 Jan 1824, Avoyelles B, 300

Re: DUPUIS families in AVOYELLES

Mary L Luneau Frank (View posts)
Posted: 19 Aug 2001 4:26PM GMT
Classification: Query
I had found his 5th child at the archives. Thanks Is this your line of Luneau's. I am in St. Francisville, my Father was Menard Luneau Let me know.

Re: DUPUIS families in AVOYELLES

Sherry Dupuis (View posts)
Posted: 1 Sep 2001 4:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
Gaston,
I have just discovered that my Dupuis family has roots in Avoyelles. Leroy Dupuis , My Grandfater was born in 1907 in Cottonport, His fater was Arcadus, born in 1881 also in cottonport. His Parents were Noah and Lucille Dupuis.

I also am related to The Mayeaux's . Cyrus Mayeaux also from Cottonport.

If you have any info on these folks I would love for you to share it with me. I am having a very hard time finding any info .

Thank you
Sherry

Re: DUPUIS families in AVOYELLES

Posted: 7 Sep 2001 7:11AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Jul 2002 6:52AM GMT
Mr father is from Alexandria, Louisiana. His great grandmother was Christine Dupuy (sic) Aaron Levin born 1828 in Avoyelles Parrish. She was the daughter of Laurent and Marie Dupuis.

My question is ....why were the 70 odd families deported from France in 1755.


best wishes.

Avoyelles families not deported

Avoyelles (View posts)
Posted: 7 Sep 2001 12:34PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Dupuis, Bordelon, Lemoine.
To clarify the issue, the colonial names which came to Avoyelles including Dupuis, were not the Acadian names which were deported in the mid 1700s. Most of the Avoyelles families came to Biloxi, New Orleans, Mobile or Pointe Coupee in the 1720s, long before the Acadians arrived in Louisiana. The families were hard working middle class families with trades. Many had owned property in Europe, but were enticed by the John Law advertising to come to the new world for riches. It was the children, grandchildren of these 1720s pioneers to Louisiana who made their way to the high prairie of Avoyelles in the 1780s, following the great Mississippi River flood of 1780 which devastated Pointe Coupee.

The Acadians were not deported from France, but were sent their by a land lord, a seignor (sp?), who owned land in Nova Scotia.

Much of this is explained at www.avoyelles.com or www.geocities.com/avoyellesnames

Re: DUPUIS families in AVOYELLES

Posted: 19 Jan 2002 6:51AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 29 Sep 2002 5:19AM GMT
I'AM LOOKING FOR INFOMATION ON BOTH OF MY GREAD GRANDPARENT SIDE MARUIS DUPUY OR JOSEPH MARUIS DUPUY WHO WAS MARRIED TO LORENZA DAUZAT ON 12-21-1896 IN AVOYELLES PARISH
MY OTHER GANDPARENT WAS JOACHIM DUPUY WHO
WAS MARRIED TO MARIE LOUISE BARRE ON
JAN-18-1887.IN AVOYELLES PARISH ALSO PLEASE CONTACK ME AT MY RPALMER1@BELLSOUTH.NET

Re: DUPUIS families in AVOYELLES

David Kimball (View posts)
Posted: 21 Jan 2002 10:21PM GMT
Classification: Query
I have a Theoline Dupuis (b 7 May 1816). She md Michel Aymond (b 1792 in Avoyelles Par). They had a child named Mary Aymond (b 7 May 1829). Mary md George Washington Berlin (b 8 May 1812 in Greensberg, PA; d in Avoyelles Par.) Theoline's parents were Andre Dupuis and Helene Gaspard. Any info on this line will be greatly appreciated.
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