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Charles D. Labreche
Posted by: Philippe Dugas (ID *****0240) Date: October 09, 2005 at 09:34:03
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Hello,

My english is not very good but I'll try to do my best !

I found a article in the Deziel dit Labreche History about a Charles D. Labreche. I made some research and I found that Charles D. Labreche was not a Deziel dit Lareche but a Dugas dit Labrèche.

Charles D. Labrèche (son of Médard Dugas dit Labrèche and Éléonore
Turcotte) born in St-Joseph-de-Maskinongé in 1835. He was a great adventurer in the west USA. He was the first man who made the way of St-Louis, Missouri to Fort Benton on the Haut-Missouri in a little boat.

Charles D. Labrèche married Émélie Hamel the 19 avril 1865 in French
Town (Missoula) they have a lot of childrens : Charles R.D., David D.,
Mary D., Medard D., Lenora D., Emily D., Jessie D. et Théophile.

One of the son of David D. Labreche (born in 1877-1928) married Winnifred
Perrine (1/8 blood Piedsnoirs - Piegan Blackfeet) and they have a lot of childrens : Charles, Jessie, Clarence, George, Bernice et
Presley-Theophile.

Presley-Theophile married Martha Jo. Barnard in 1944 and they have 3
childrens : James David (Salem, Oregon in 1946), John William
(Browning, Montana in 1949) and Laurel-Ellen (Anadarko, Oklahoma).

There is a very interesting things and a new branch of Labrèche (Dugas) in USA. I hope that will help you in your research and tell me if you find more about that !
Good day !

Philippe Dugas dit Labrèche



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