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Name: Cynthia Evans
From: New Orleans, LA
E-mail: cevans9998@sbcglobal.net
First of all thank you for the site. I am a native of New Orleans living in California for the past 29 years. I attended St.Paul The Apostle Catholic School and St. Mary's Academy High School for Girls. I attended SUNO but didn't finish my B.A., and M.A., until I came to California. My Creole' families are: Augustin(e) originally from Carencreau, LA, Honore' originally from St. Charles Parish, LA, Alexandre' originally from Lorraine,France and Glapion also originally from France, Broussard and Comeaux originally from Carencreau, LA. Some of the Broussards and Comeauxs are still residing in Lafayette, LA. Others have relocated to Houston, TX.
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Name: KRISTI DUGGER
From: LOUISIANA
E-mail: ANTONIOKRISTIDUGGER@YAHOO.COM
I LOVE AND ENJOY BEING A CREOLE WOMEN!!!
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Name: Guy Wilson
From: Chicago , Illinois
E-mail: gwilson777@sbcglobal.net
I love this site. Its a pleasure to visit! Like being home.
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Name: Jan Davis-Shannon
From: Mobile, AL
E-mail: silky0313@gmail.com
Thank you so much for your site. My progenitor was Pierre Baptiste born ca 1746, Of Mobile, AL. Pierre aquired 623 acres of land on the West side of Mobile Bay at Belle Fontaine on Fowl River, from Pierre Rochon in 1780. He also was sole heir to 1279 acres at present day Coden, AL from "widow Huet". Guillume Huet and wife Perrine had four children in 1720's. Duaghter Henriette Huet had two children by Creole Jean Baptiste Baudreau, s/o Jean Baptiste Baudreau dit Graveline and wife Suzanne. Jean Baptiste was married at the time, and later torn at wheel by French government in New Orleans. Pierre Baptiste was thought to be illegitemant son of this liason. Recent y-DNA evidence from Graveline and Baptiste male descendants disprove that therory. Tring to now identify the families around him, the Rochon's and Demouy's needed reseach. Your wonderful site gave us extensive information on both families. Thank you so much!

Grateful....

Jan Davis-Shannon
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Name: Kimberly Roque-Carlo
From: Wisconsin
E-mail: kimberlycarlo@centurytel.net
Hi, I just ran across this site looking for information for a school project. I have always been confused about the culture on my father's side of my family because they don't talk about it. The last name is Roque and they appear to have come from the same area as the Cane River Creoles. My Grandmother, Maude Ethel Roque moved from Natchitoches to Chicago and most of her children followed her at some point. My Grandfather Francis Roque died sometime in the 1940's. My Roque Aunts and Uncles also married several people with the last name of LeCour and Metoyer.I was shocked to find these names listed and the area where they were from seeming to be characterized as a cultural landmark, when I have lived 42 years not realizing I was part of a rich culture. Thank you for your site.

kim
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Name: Cornell August Celestine
From: New Orleans, Louisiana
E-mail: cornellcelestine@sbcglobal.net
Hi

Thank God for your website, I am a Creole man living in Oakland, California. I had been doing family research for over 20 years my family includes the Metoyers and Rachal's of Cane River and The Celestin/Monconduit,Simon of St.James Parish. I am Proud to be a member of NSU Creole Heritage Foundation.I also have a wesite on ancestry.com.

God Bless
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Name: Rita Rowe
From: Jamaica
E-mail: fabulousme012000@yahoo.ca
This is so beautiful
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Name: erica wilson
From: detroit, michigan
E-mail: keeka37@yahoo.com
i am a decendent of the metoyer family
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Name: Nakia Hinkle
From: Chicago, IL
E-mail: nakiahinkle@yahoo.com
Hello,

I went to college in New Orleans in the early 90's. While there I felt so at home. I was born in Arkansas. My dad's family are decendants of a Choctaw Chief. His grandmother, my greatgrandmother Julia, was full blooded. She married an African American man. Now's here's the Louisiana connection. I found a 1900 census in which Grandma Julia who was 16 at the time, was living in New Orleans with her family. Their last name was Davis. They were listed as White. In reality they were Indians of the Choctaw tribe. After she married, she came to Arkansas, marrying an African American man named Fleming Bracy. They had 18 childen. We are their descendants. Glad to be here.

Nakia
also known as,

Walks with the Wind
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