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Re: Saint Domingan Refugees to Charleston, SC
Posted by: james mosimann (ID *****1295) Date: August 02, 2008 at 09:59:48
In Reply to: Saint Domingan Refugees to Charleston, SC by Lee of 2225

Some of my ancestors emigrated from Haiti (Mole St Nicolas) to Charleston. I have some information on the surnames Chasteau (Chateau), Kanapaux, Payenville, Picault, Aimar, Devineau, ... For example, Francois Pellerin and his family, including daughter Marie Madeleine then age 5, were deported in the grand derangement from Acadie to Charleston, and resettled in Mole St Nicolas ca 1763. Marie Madeleine (Pellerin) Kanapaux returned to Charleston after the revolution Toussaint and there daughter Marie Madeline Kanapaux married Rene Charles Chasteau in Charleston in 1807.

Best wishes, J. Mosimann


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