This is from research done by a relative back in 1962. Pierre Nicholas Alphonse Petit leBrun of St. Lo, France and Nadine Alexandrine d'Algneau d'Surville of St. Germain, France immigrated to Guadeloupe, W.I. and had three children who immigrated to Baltimore in 1848. Their names were Alphonse Petit leBrun, born 1/29/1830, Constance Alexandre Petit leBrun, born 4/6/1833 and Nadine (birthdate unknown). Nadine married Victor Provost who was appointed U.S. Consul at Quayaquil by President Lincoln, Constance married Victors' brother (name unknown) who held a judicial office in Baltimore. Alphonse inherited from his father the title Viscount de Bodegat; attended St. Mary's college and went on to earn a degree in dentistry at Maryland Dental College. He had three daughters Nadine, Blanche and Irma, one of them is my Great Grandmother but I am not sure which one. The family moved to 1706 North Charles Street, Ansonia CT., where he eventually died on 10/25/1892. The funeral was held at Corpus Christie Church and he was burried in Bonnie Brae Cemetery. If anyone has any information that will help my research, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank You.