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Re: Gaspard Lalib. or michel hebert soldier?
Posted by: Bernice Heiter Date: January 16, 2002 at 20:25:04
In Reply to: Gaspard Lalib. or michel hebert soldier? by Lucas Warden of 299

Here I am again. I could have replied to both queries at the same time. Michel Hebert was a sergeant in the Carignan Regiment, Monteil Company, which was a detachment from the Poitou Company. Obviously, with that rank, he could read and write. (see Jack Verney's THE GOOD REGIMENT, page 174. Gaspard poiroux dit Laliberte is an unknown quantity. He seems to have appeared in Canada on his wedding day! Was it a prearranged marriage? Maybe.


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