|mary k creamer (#47100380)|
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|Margaret Sarrat||Francois Coulon DeVilliers # 121360385|
He was married 3 times. This is the father of Amynthe Coulon DeVilliers (1846-1912). Amynthe Coulon DeVilliers married her cousin, Notley Coulon DeVilliers (1841-1897)
Another direct ancestor I'd like to manage if possible.
|Margaret Sarrat||Marie Blanche DeVilliers Arceneaux #121381954|
This is the sister of Ora Armyde DeVilliers Arceneaux. After Blanche died, Andre married her younger sister, Ora Armyde. He and Blanche had three children: Pierre Notley Arceneaux, Andre Oscar Arceneaux, and Mary Blanche Arceneaux (Sister Callistus) whom I remember very well. Is it possible to allow me to manage Marie Blanche as well? I may be contacting you again as I find more ancestors.
This is wonderful.
|Margaret Sarrat||Armyde DeVilliers Arceneaux #121382262|
Ora Armyde DeVilliers Arceneaux is my great-grandmother. I just added a photo of her on her wedding day to Andre' Raymond Arceneaux. I would appreciate having her memorial transferred to me if you are not a direct relative.
Thank you for the wonderful work.
|Sue||Ethel Reador Addition|
I'm sorry....the name of her father was Joseph FUSELIER (Fusilier).
Added by Sue on Jul 30, 2015 11:25 AM
I am researching for my cousin on his mother's side of the family tree. I have found that Ethel is the daughter of Joseph and Zulema Meullion. She had brothers John, Terrance, Dewey and Percy. Her father and brothers were on the 1930 census in Harris County, Texas. Her mother died in 1928 in Houston.
Added by Sue on Jul 30, 2015 11:24 AM
|dwooff||Ann E. Nee Hardy Offutt|
Thanks for the tip about your placing the obit on her memorial. I was able to locate the image on Chronicling America so I will be adding it to my data.
Added by dwooff on Jul 08, 2015 9:13 PM
Thank you for the transcription of his death notice and thank you for posting the photos of his grave. Both are much appreciated. When I was last in Opelousas, I searched for his burial place to no avail.
|Barbara (Simmons) Sulleman||RE: Michel Derbonne II (Sr) 144841242|
Thank you Mary for looking, it never hurts to ask. Have a great weekend. :)
|Barbara (Simmons) Sulleman||Michel Derbonne II (Sr) 144841242|
Hi Mary, thank you for all the work you have done. You have memorials for many of my relatives. I am looking for information on the two wives of Michel Derbonne #144841242. His first wife was Fanelie Carriere (1833-1868) her son was Michel Derbonne III. The second wife was Elodie Carriere (1843-??) her son was Bertiment Derbonne. Since you have Bertiment and Michel II and Michel III, I was hoping you might have information on them also. I would appreciate any information you may have. Thank you in advance.
|Eleanor Brown||Joachim Joubert|
Also, meant to ask who submitted the obit on the Jouachim Joubert page. I am hoping to obtain a copy of this, showing the page of the newspaper it appeared on. Thanks so much!
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