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Re: Lebleu family left France in 1785
Posted by: K Poole Date: August 22, 2001 at 19:05:34
In Reply to: Re: Lebleu family left France in 1785 by Deanna Fournier of 89

I have some info on this line. Somewhere I came across some info where a man named Martin Camersac (spelling?) claimed that he had never married Marie Josephine de Lamarande . I didn't list the source on my computer files and it is buried in a pile of paper somewhere. I remember thinking it all sounded a little strange. Possibly 3 of her children were for him. Arsene Lebleu Camarsac b.1783,Jean Baptiste Lebleu b.July 18, 1790, Martin LeBleu b.October 05, 1793. Marie's husband Barthelome died in 1797. Was she having an affair with Camarsac? I will keep looking for the info and let you know if I find anything else on this line.


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