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Re: Fuselier (de la Claire)
Posted by: Frank McFarland Date: September 07, 2000 at 14:14:49
In Reply to: Re: Fuselier (de la Claire) by Debra Johnson of 260

From your messages on Fuselier and Daigle, I presume that you are interested in the ancestors of Gabriel Fuselier and Jeanne Roman. Have you seen the book "Fortier and Allied Families" by _____ Cochrane. I know there is a copy in the Lafayette Public Library and probably in Baton Rouge, et al.
This is a great book, especially in the Romans and some others, not quite so good on Gabriel Fuselier's descendants and ancestors, somewhat incomplete and some mistakes. See my post elsewhere under Gabriel Fuselier de la Claire for more on this. Anyway, you should look in the Fortier book for what it says on
Etienne Daigle and Suzanne D'Esperon, parents of Marie Josephe Daigle. There's not much there, if I remember correctly, but it might get you started on that line. By the way, I am interested in the same Roman, Fuselier, and Daigle lines, so if you find anything, let me know. I don't have the Fortier book or my genealogy records at this time, but will look this up when I do. Also I think I saw some internet site that had lots of information on Acadiens/Cajuns and there were some Daigles in Canada [didn't take notes on that]. I think the Fortier book may have a connection back to Switzerland. Good luck!


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