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Fuselier/Fusilier/Fusier Black or Mulatto Slaves
Posted by: Patricia Smith (ID *****2013) Date: January 19, 2010 at 17:40:08
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I am searching for Albert Fusier who may have been born into slavery in Louisana. Did any Fuselier's/Fusiliers or Fusiers owned any slaves or had children by slaves? I have many different spellings of the Fuselier's name in my Fuselier's lineage. Fuselier, Fusilier, Fusier and Fejey.
Are these names one in the same? I am trying my best to locate any info on who my ggf was and who owned him (Albert Fusier). He was married to Rosie Willis (no record found to confirm this). I understand that they both died as free people after the Civil War. My gf was born in 1895 in Youngsville, Lafayette Parish, LA. On my gf death certificate the address of his parents were Mariceville, LA. (There is no Mariceville in LA. So I assumed it was Maurice, Vermilion Parish instead. If someone can assist me into where to look for this info. I would greatly appreciated it.

You can email me at fejey6tm@yahoo.com

Thanks!

Pat Smith


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