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Lalibertes in Detroit pre-1750
Posted by: Barbara McDonald Date: November 03, 2000 at 21:58:06
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My husband's family is descended from Nicolas Senet dit Laliberte. He arrived in Montreal about 1680. He was a royal notary and lived in Point-Aux-Trembles. My husband's line dropped the Laliberte and became Senet, and later Snay. They immigrated to the Detroit area in the late 1700's. Detroit is celebrating its 300th anniversary next year and has published a list of last names of settlers who arrived before 1750. The name of Laliberte is on that list. I don't know if any of Nicolas' descendants called themselves Laliberte and moved to Detroit or if this an entirely different family. Does anyone have any information on this family?


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