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Barbin's of Avoyelles / Plaquemines Parishes
Posted by: Connie Marie Barbin (ID *****4446) Date: December 29, 2004 at 02:25:19
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Hi Everyone...
I'm 9th Generation Direct Decendant of Louis Barbin (`1698 )
his son was,
Nicolas Godefroy Barbin (`1716 ) his son was,
Prosper Casimir Barbin (`1756 ) his son was,
Louis Jacques Barbin deBellevue (`1784 ) & Franciose Irene Broutin ,their son was,
Francois Barbin deBellevue (`1818 ) his son was,
{my great Grandfather}
Adelma Benoit Barbin (`1862 ) his son was,
{my Grandfather}
Blume Barbin Sr. (`1899 ) His son was,
{my Father}
Blume Barbin Jr. (`1922 )
All Of Marksville , La. ( via / France )

I am his Daughter , Connie Marie Barbin (`1966 ) born in
Port Sulphur , Plaquemines Parish , La.

****DeBELLEVUE - Two brothers settled in Marksville - both were early judges and both were of the family Barbin deBellevue, translation: Barbin of Bellevue. Bellevue was the name of the massive plantation in southeast Louisiana. Lt. deBellevue was the commander of the Marines at the famous Battle of New Orleans in 1815. The Barbin and DeBellevue families are from Melun, near Paris.****

I'm Looking for ANY INFORMATION on this Plantation where I believe is now located in what is now
St. Tammany Parish , La.
Or any PICTURES of these family members !!!

Please Feel Free to email me Anytime.... ;)

Connie Marie Barbin......

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