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Re: Duhulquod in Louisiana,1800's
Posted by: Michel Sarlangue (ID *****2629) Date: March 15, 2012 at 12:33:33
In Reply to: Re: Duhulquod in Louisiana,1800's by Jan Dye of 18908

Hello Jan, thank you for taking time to answer my message.I appreciate your work.
This is the person I was looking for.In the mean time I learned that he moved from Saint Domingue to Santiago de Cuba (at the time of the French revolution) and then the French had to leave and many went to Louisiana.
He was involved as a lieutenant in the Louisiana war around 1814.
What a life !!!!
Dd you keep the reference of the document in which you saw his name? I am trying to keep a precise record of his whereabouts.
Thank you again for your help.
Michel.


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