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Re: Surname Leckie in New Orleans
Posted by: S.A. Ferrell Date: July 24, 2001 at 11:52:47
In Reply to: Surname Leckie in New Orleans by Gene Leckie of 18896

1860- Catharine Leckie lived/worked in New Orleans Parish. There was a "Kate" Leckie (probably same person) listed as matron of the Asylum for Destitute Orphan Boys in New Orleans.
There is a Land Purchase record for a Robert A. Leckie in the New Orleans Land Office.
There were two Civil War listings. One was Pvt Henry Leckie. And one for Pvt. Thomas Leckie. Thomas was in Co G 2nd LA Cav. in the rolls of Prisoners Of War.
There were two females in Social Sec Death Index. Eliza and Leona.


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