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Despallier on Haiti prior to 1794
Posted by: Bert Vleugels Date: January 19, 2000 at 13:39:51
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Im am looking for ANY information about a Despallier (De Espalier, Espalier, D'Espallier, Despallieres) family on Haiti, who were on the island before 1794. They originate from Normandy. They later came to the US to Illinois, Louisiana and Texas. A George St. Martin Despallieres was "Recorder for the Superior Council of St. Domingue". Anybody has any idea what this means?
Please mail me at
Many thanks beforehand!
Bert (in Belgium, Europe)


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