Could Sebille be a shortening of Sebilleau? Sebille is the closest spelling that I've found to Sebilleau. I'm looking for information on a Phillippe Sebilleau and Marie Madeleine Laugier. They married in the Montagne Quarter of Jacmel, Santo Domingo (now Haiti) on 2 Oct. 1786. They were both French. Marie Madeleine is the sister of my ancestor, Marie Therese Laugier. I hoping to find out information about their parents of the Laugier girls. I've run into a "brick wall" , and I'm trying other possible routes up the family tree, so to speak. Thanks, Cheryl Neal
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