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Re: Jean Lahaie capture at Corlar (Schenectady) 1695
Posted by: Lee Van Slembrouck (ID *****6341) Date: September 27, 2009 at 10:40:53
In Reply to: Re: Jean Lahaie capture at Corlar (Schenectady) 1695 by william lahaie of 334


You are right again about my geneogly in my pass. Jean LaHaie came to Americans in the late 1600 like 1693 in there time. Frank Debrule has a post at this site and he has been to Thurles Ireland 2004 and he has alot of infomation about connection to Ireland. If any one would know Frank would be best person to ask about that. Read his post 2004 and that should help some.I know that I have run into no way to continue looking, for you run into dead end some time.There is a William LaHaie son of Joseph and Justine Houle buried at Calvery cementry in Cheboygan Mi but was buried in what was known as potters field which I can not find his site there. My joseph i'm looking for was born in Saint Polycarpe Quebec Canada 1818.I know there is alot of LaHaie out there for sure. He left Penatang-canada in the 1880s and landed in Cheboygan from there.Yes there is book about Jean Being Capture and release some year later. I have book around here about that story which does help bridge that gap.

Thanks for your help any ways.

aLot of information that is out there but very hard to tell who is who as you well know.

Lee Van Slembrouck


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