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I'm researching the Pichoff family tree. I have back to 1746, starting with Joseph Pichoff marring Ann Raeser. Their children started coming to what is refered to as the German Coast of Louisiana. They came over on what was refered to as the German "Pest" ships. Because of relgious reasons they were basically force to leave their countries. It it also believed that Pichoff wasn't the orginal spelling of the surname but maybe Bischoff. During this period of time Louisaina changed hands between the Spanish and French sereval times, that they may have inadvertly changed the spelling of the name with language barrier. The Pichoff's also have strong ties to the Blanchard family, which also came from this area.
The Pichoff Family Home Page
Updated September 5, 2000

Bobbye Leigh Pichoff
317 Planters Canal Road
Belle Chasse, La. 70037
United States
0254
BeeJae97@aol.com

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