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Re: PLAXCO and LELAND in Louisiana early 1900s...
Posted by: Tim Hebert (ID *****2429) Date: December 10, 2002 at 11:43:13
In Reply to: PLAXCO and LELAND in Louisiana early 1900s... by Dina McBride of 18878

You may want to try a couple of variations of the Name Leland; I know of two in louisiana Lelen and Leleux. I have some info of some of these families around New Orleans as well as; St.Charles, St.Martinville, Lafayette, Iberia, and France. Let me know if I can be of further assistance.

Tim Hebert


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