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Posted by: Wendy Hebert (ID *****7788) Date: August 12, 2006 at 15:23:59
In Reply to: ALBERT STANSBURY by Brenda Manion of 944

I found some information on this today at the Baton Rouge Parish Library (Bluebonnet Rd) in the Genealogy department. It was in a book called "History of Vermillion Parish" (pg 279). There was even a picture of Albert in the book.

This is what some of it said....

Albert, second son of Charles, married Eliza Ann Dugan and was the first to come from Maryland to Vermillion Parish, where on February 5, 1830 he bought large holdings from Levi Morris and with slave labor build the 11-room 2-story home south of Perry. Here Albert became a planter and processed syrup and sugar.

In the book it said the Stansbury's were traced to the signing of the Magna Carta in 1215.

I'd be happy to copy and send to you if you would like.

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