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Re: GRAND VICENT, JÉRÉMIE 1800
Posted by: Miles Montegut Date: December 28, 2000 at 00:36:55
In Reply to: Re: GRAND VICENT, JÉRÉMIE 1800 by Andrée-Luce Fourcand of 2221

Thank you for such a timely response.
I don't read, write or speak French... sorry.
My grandparents both spoke very well but thought it best to speak only English to my father and aunts, what a shame.

As I understand it Pierre is in "The Road to New Orleans" on page 76. I also have been told of the bust of Napoleon (I understood he displayed it in town, New Orleans, not his home) by CHARLES DE BALIGANT d'HEILLECOURT.

I am not understanding the references you are making to "liquidations" and the 1827-33, April 30th, May 9th dates. Could you clarify this.

I am looking for Pierre's father, Leonard. The Monteguts left Lauzun, France after 1766. I am seeking death records, or victims to the slave revolt in San Domingue. Do they exist? If Leonard is buried in San Domingue how can I locate him?

It would be nice to know where this bust of Napoleon is today.
merci
Miles


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