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Re: Are there any French canadian Leboeuf's
Posted by: Dawna Grover Date: February 10, 2000 at 23:02:04
In Reply to: Re: Are there any French canadian Leboeuf's by Sharon LaBouff of 428

Sharon, In your line of Leboeuf's in Canada, is there a Grover, or anything similar. Frank Grover was born 1845 in Canada (possibly Lechine, Que). He had a son named Joseph Alfred, born in Canada, came to US via New Hampshire (we think) and went on to Illinois and Missouri. This is my husbands GGrandfather, and he always said Grover meant Leboeuf. I cannot pick up on it anywhere. The oldest of the cousins lived with him as a small child and said he spoke with a heavy french accent, and was proud of french canadian. If you have any advice, please let me know. You can e-mail me at Thank you Dawna Grover

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