We are very happy you found our family forum and welcome any and all information you may provide us with the history of your Delattre ancestors. Thank you for the information you provided in your last message. It would be very interesting if we find we are distant relatives.
The information I have regarding David Delattre was obtained from a book titled: "De Lauter Families in America 1982", a Genealogy written by: Pauline Grace De Lauter Fry. She states in the book the following:
"When it became evident that a more authoritative source was needed in our search for European roots, I turned to Charles and Frankie Hall of Heritage International, Salt Lake City, Utah. The following is an excerpt of their finding: "David De Lattre I; born "bei La Basse unweit Lisle" (Lille) in Flanders, carried into Germany, baptized in Oggersheim when he was a quarter year old, died frozen 14 Jan 1726 near Schifferstadt. Buried 16 Jan 1726 in Grobshifferstadt, aged about 70 years (Schifferstadt Rhineland-Pfalz, Germany)"
This is all the information I have regarding David Delattre's birth place in France. It is believed David Delattre was born somewhere around the year 1656. It is also possible that David Delattre may have been spelled as "David DeLaterre." ???
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