Pierre Hulin & Marie, both deceased in Illinois, were the parents named for Jacques Hulin, native of Illinois in his marriage entry, at St. Charles Church in Destrehan, La., to Catherine Toups, in 1752. Their son, Louis, christened in 1753, married Marie Josephe Champagne and had two sons to reach maturity. One, Pierre was your ancestor and the other son, Philippe - who married Josephine Primeaux - was mine.
I think you'll find interesting reading in Brown & Dean's The Village of Fort de Chartres, also, in Nathalia Maree Belting's Kaskaskia Under The French Regime. Marthe Fairbault-Beauregard abstracted records for her French Forts in America, much as Father Hebert did for Southwest Louisiana Records. Beaucoup Hulin cousins! But don't forget to check out the settlement of Louisiana's Coast of the Germans.
I would very much like to have details for your family members that weren't covered in Fr. Hebert's books and I will happily share what I've gleaned over the years. Is your email address here still a valid one?
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