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Hubbard - French POW in England during Napoleonic Wars

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Re: Hubbard - French POW in England during Napoleonic Wars

Posted: 7 Jul 2011 1:20PM GMT
Classification: Query
I have read your 'mail' with great interest. I have been trying to find out about my ancestor, John Le Blanc, born in 'foreign parts'in 1817. His mother, Jane,was born in Boldre, Hampshire and both are recorded in the 1841 census as living in Lymington, Hampshire but Jane is recorded as head of the family. I have recently found out that Jane's husband (John's father) was a Louis Le blanc, a soldier, and also that French POW's were billeted in Lymington.

Your information has given me new leads to follow, for which I thank you. Researching my family, to me, is like a mystery story - my husband dispares about the time I spend 'hunting' on the web, but I find it far more entertaining than watching TV! Poor, sad soul that I am!
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Kim Allen 22 Jan 2010 2:32PM GMT 
JeffH01 11 Aug 2010 11:53PM GMT 
Kim Allen 15 Aug 2010 1:49PM GMT 
JeffH01 17 Aug 2010 4:12PM GMT 
janecombes59 20 Aug 2011 7:28PM GMT 
gramar24 29 Aug 2011 2:47PM GMT 
normwilliams4... 18 Nov 2010 9:59AM GMT 
Kim Allen 23 Dec 2010 10:40AM GMT 
augustepezena... 3 Feb 2011 1:11PM GMT 
JanetSmith195... 7 Jul 2011 7:20PM GMT 
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