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Marie Doralise a.k.a Doralise Barker (Parke)
Posted by: Cecile Lusby Date: October 19, 2001 at 19:09:31
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Our last known slave ancestor was a woman baptize in St.Martinville as "Marie Doralise" in 1824 to a slave woman named Lise, who was the slave of Loay Boulle, which could have been Boutte. Marie Doralise later was a slave on the
Guidry plantation in Grand Coteau, St.Landry Parish for the
birth of her daughter, Margaret Stuart, who was baptized in
1858 at St.Charles Church. Fr. Donald Hebert's book on SW LA
names Sandy Stuart as the baby's father. I believe Sam Herrard has been named as Sandy's father. Any Connections??


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