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Re: Pierres of Nouvelle Orleans
Posted by: Edward M. Ard, Sr Date: November 25, 1999 at 09:15:51
In Reply to: Re: Pierres of Nouvelle Orleans by Stutzmann Jean Luc of 144

It is fun and interesting. Yes, the farther back we go the closer we get to the common ancestor. Adam and Eve. We are all related. Spanish royality married French royality married English royality married German royality, etc. Like I said about Jean Pierre and Sylvain. I have a gap there. Even if Jean Pierre is Sylvains grandfather. But, you know, I was born and raised in New Orleans, a major port and went to sea. So, there is a possibility that Petit Jean's home town could have been St Malo. Thanks again for the info and chit chat. Ed

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