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D'Arensbourg/Darensbourg/Vial

Posted: 20 Sep 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 28 Jun 2001 5:30PM GMT
Surnames: D'Arensbourg, Darensbourg, Vial
I am interested in any information concerning this family. Emile D'Arensbourg b. abt 1866, s/o Louis Chevalier, born abt Feb. 1812 and Juana Calarina Vial, born abt 1832 in Mexico (who may have been known as "Marie"). Louis C. may have been a son of Hubert. Louis and Juana were married 20 Jan 1855, and she was his second wife. I have found the names of 9 children from each wife. The first wife is said to be Clarissa Hotard.

Emile had 2 known children by his wife Aurelie Chaboson?, Aurelia and Emile Jr. Where there others?

If Hubert was Louis C.'s father, who was his mother, dates, and ancestry, etc. Surely these are descendants of Karl Frederick D'Arensbourg?

Is anything known about Juana Calarina Vial?

Surely this family's early history has been documented in a book? Does anyone know?

Any information will be appreciated.

Lou

D'Arensbourg

Posted: 23 Nov 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Jun 2001 4:01PM GMT
Surnames: MONTZ, PERILLOUX, CAMBRE
Lou,

The marriage of Emile Darensbourg to Marie Aurelie CHABEAU is recorded in St John the Baptist Church, Edgard, Marriage Book 5, page 140. This book covers the years 1876 through 1893.

D'Arensbourg - Vial - Chabeau

Posted: 25 Nov 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 28 Jun 2001 5:30PM GMT
Surnames: D'Arensbourg, Vial, Chabeau
Dwayne,

Thanks so much for your response. I eventually found quite a lot on the D'Arensbourg/Vial lines published in Les Voyageur by Wayne Vial. Although not directly a part of my lines, I do have a connection to a grandson of Emile and Marie Aurelie Chabeau. He is an elderly gentlemen, and was quite astounded with what I was able to find had been written about his maternal ancestors. As he had provided information to help me find my Lost ggrandfather, I was glad to be able to give him something in return.

Thanks again,

Lou

robert chabeau

Posted: 23 Jun 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Jul 2001 5:45AM GMT
Surnames: chabeau
I am looking for a Robert Chabeau formally of Virginia??

darensbourg descendent

stephanie (muffy) (View posts)
Posted: 17 Oct 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: darensbourg, d'arensbourg, bell, clarkson, saraparoo, saraparu
My grandmother was a D'Arensbourg. She was from either Saint John the baptiste Parrish or Saint James Parrish in New Orleans, La. She had at least 5 siblings and 3 children. If I can be of any further help, or if you can be of any help to me, please do not hesitate to email me.
Sincerely,
Stephanie (Muffy)

Darensbourg/D'Arensbourg Family

Posted: 18 Oct 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 28 Jun 2001 5:30PM GMT
Surnames: Darebsbourg
Marlene,

What time frame are we talking about? Perhaps I can suggest someplace to research. I do not have these particular individuals in my data.

Lou



Darensbourg / D'Arensbourg family

Posted: 18 Oct 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 May 2002 8:29AM GMT
Surnames: Darensbourg, D'Arensbourg
I'm a Darensbourg descendent trying to trace my great grandfathers father. His name was Valcour Darensbourg. My great grandfather was Eloi Darensbourg. Can you help me?

Darensbourg

Posted: 18 Oct 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 28 Jun 2001 5:30PM GMT
Surnames: Darensbourg
Stephanie,

I have not done extensive research into this line, but it sounds as if you are still into the recent past with your line. Can you get information from other family members?

The further back you go, the more can be found in census lists, other research, etc. The latest census available is that for 1920.

A number of census for St. John the Baptist and St Charles Parishes can be found on line, and much has been written in the German/Acadian Coast Genealogical and Historical Society quarterly, Les Voyageur, on this and other old families of these parishes.

Email me privately, if I can help further.

Lou

Spelling of sir name

Surah LeNoir-Mfume (View posts)
Posted: 22 Oct 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Darensbourg
In the above query answer re the Darensbourg/D'Arensbourg family of St John's Parish the name in the response seemed to be spelled incorrectly. Could that possibly have caused the negative response?.

Your great grandfather

Surah LeNoir-Mfume (View posts)
Posted: 23 Oct 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Darensbourg
Cuzan, I noticed that someone attempted to respond to your posting and spelled the name Daregsbourg or something there about. I posted I query after her response asking whether the misspelling of the name may have caused a negative response. ie was she looking for a different name in her data base. Probably not, but I thought I call it to her attention. You and Muffy are all over this web. I'm not sure I know anything that you guys don't already know. I now know who her grandmother is as I found my notes from my conversation with your father that I mentioned in an E. I also believe that the two Darensbourg families are not the same and do not merge. That could be one possibility of the Von instead of D'A etc. If so that would be your family and have no ties to Frederick's bloodline. But we don't know, just my speculation from info. We do, however, that positively we are tied from the other Darensbourg, Valcour who is your 2nd great grandfather, not your great grandfather as is mentioned in this query. You listed Eloi as your great grandfather, which is correct. They were from St John the Baptist parish as we have proof on this. More on the E. Love ya' Cuzan C
Cizan C
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