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* Louisiana LeBlancs, Earles, and their Relatives*

Updated August 7, 2003


My ancestors consist of a mixture of colonial French, Spanish, and Germans who came to LA as early as 1715; Acadians who arrived in Acadie with D'Aulnay and were in LA by the mid to late 1700s; some Irish (Canadie/Kennedy; Farguerson) who were in LA before 1800; some English or Irish (Hicks) who were in New England during the War of 1812; cross country immigrants of English or Scots descent (Batts, Bonner, Terrell, Brown); and the Earle family who we believe emigrated from PA in the late eighteenth century to the Rapides-Catahoula/Richland/Franklin parish area of Louisiana.

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Clifford Gerard LeBlanc

9924 Damuth
Baton Rouge, LA 70815
A-United States
225-930-0025
clifford.leblanc@att.net


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