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JUDICE OR JEANISE FAMILY


jennifer solly12th January 2008 - 11:46 PM
IFF ANYONE HAS ANY INFO ON THESE FAMILY NAMES PLEASE CONTACT ME I NEED TO FIND ALL I CAN SO I CAN FIND OUT ABOUT MY INDIAN HERITAGE AS WELL AS MY FRENCH HERITAGE THANK U ALL FOR ALL YOUR HELP IN THE PAST.
JENNIFER
 
 


Paul Judice31st August 2005 - 9:46 PM
I'm positive that the name Judice is a Mexican hertiage. I am a Judice and know alot of them and were all mexican's living here in La. which doesnt mean were cajun's, we are proud of our hertiage and we love burritos. We have no indian or cajun..... were just a plain fun loving bunch of Mexican's!

Paul Judice
 
 


jacqueline judice23rd September 2005 - 11:23 PM
Baby I believe the name is from portuguese/origin. My father was from
tthe parish in youngsville,la. His dad (my grandfather was a judice,and guess what? We're black creoles living in los angeles,chicago houston, galveston, bellaire,las vegas.We like mexican food but the gumbo, etoufee, and jambalaya is our favorite!oh by the way have two 1st cousins named paul one black/japanese and
the other is black.mmmmmmmmmmm
 
 


jacqueline judice23rd September 2005 - 11:28 PM
Baby I believe the name is from portuguese/origin. My father was from
the parish of youngsville,la. His dad (my grandfather) was a judice,and guess what? We're black creoles living in los angeles,chicago houston, galveston, bellaire,las vegas.We like mexican food but the gumbo, etoufee, and jambalaya is our favorite!oh by the way have two 1st cousins named paul one black/japanese and
the other is black.mmmmmmmmmmm

P.S. I'm In Los Angeles como ca va bebe
 
 
D. Judice8th June 2006 - 4:29 PM
It is of French heritage, not Mexican.
 
 
jennifer solly8th June 2006 - 8:41 PM
I know it is not mexican but our side of the family is mixed with cherokee indian.
 
 
Taco26th May 2007 - 11:42 PM
JEANISE is mexican hertiage, we are dark skinned just like indians and cajuns sometimes people get us mixed up. We are from New Mexico, we might be kin, your name sure sounds familar. I have lots of pics of our mexican hertiage, some are here legal and some are still stuck in mexico waiting to catch the next free ride out, but once they get in the U.S. I will have more photos to show you more kin. Keep in touch I sure love to meet family members, would love to add you to our family tree photos, email me your photo. No nude photos please us amigos gotta keep the family tree clean.

look forward in hearing from you soon

Love always
Taco
 
 
J C Wells27th May 2007 - 4:18 PM
I know the first commandant of the 2nd Acadia coast (ie ascension Parish/donaldsonville, Louisiana) was a man by the name of Judice. His Father in law was Jacques Cantrelle, Sr who was comandant of the 1st Acadian Coast (ie St. james parish). I also know of a strong presence of the family south west of lafayette. i would suggest using Father Hebert's books in your local library starting with your grandparents or great grandparents and work your way back, most likely to donaldsonville (look at the diocese of Baton Rouge Books) and then to New Orleans (look at NO Genesis and the diocese of NO books.

Good Luck

JC Wells
 
 
jennifer jeanise solly28th May 2007 - 8:22 PM
the name and heritage is not mexican and we do have cherokee in our family and also creole. and thank you for the info J C i will do that, thank you all for the input! jennifer
 
 
Nita23rd June 2007 - 4:48 PM
Jennifer,

My greatgrandmother was a Judice and I have lots of genealogy on them and would be happy to share with you. I too have been told we have American Indian in our family and I am wondering if it may be in the Judice line to which I belong. Can you tell me how the Judice and Cherokee are connected?

Thanks for any help,
Nita
 
 
jennifer23rd June 2007 - 5:19 PM
thank nita i have been told by my mom that the judice family actually started when my great granddad married a full blooded cherokee woman off of the reservation and they moved to La. in the 1860's and my mom has lost the papers stating that she was given a roll # before she left the reservation. that is how the cherokee connection was made between our two families. i would appreciate all the help you can give me on this and I hope to meet with you someday . jennifer
 
 
Nita9th July 2007 - 5:44 AM
Hi, Jennifer,

Sorry it's taken me awhile to reply - life is soooo busy sometimes. Here is some info I have on Judice's. If any names "ring a bell" for you let me know & I can send you dates & places too. Yes, it'd be nice to meet. Nita

My great grandmother was:
Marie Noemie Judice md to Antoine Oscar Dugas
Her fa: Desire Judice md to Marie Elise LaBauve
His fa: Alexandre Judice md to Marie Celestine 1st then to Suzanne Dugas
His fa: Jaques Santiago Judice md to Marie Louise Hyacinth Boutte
His fa: Louis Judice II (Jr.) md to Marguerite Patin
His fa: Louis Judice I (Sr.) md to Jeanne Cantrelle
His fa: Jacques Judice md to Marie Gentil (Jeanty)
His fa: Barthelemy Judice (Judis) md Jeanne LeMaire
 
 
Nita20th July 2007 - 5:22 AM
Hi,

I received an email saying that you had responded but I haven't found the response on louisianacajun.com - could you write again?

Nita
 
 
JENNIFER20th July 2007 - 11:01 AM
Hey girl sorry my pc been down. talked to my mom and she said she didn't recognize the names but it is possible they could be kin she just doesn't remember much these days, tc and thanks, jennifer
 
 
Julaine Schexnayder11th August 2007 - 11:36 AM
I believe that the book by Dr. Kennel Brown on the Nicholas Provost family has a lot on some Judices of Jeanerette. Want more info about the book? Call the Jeanerette Museum.
 
 
Julaine Schexnayder11th August 2007 - 11:46 AM
More about Judice and Jeanerette. An early reference to Judice is Charles Alcidiade Judice married to Ophelia Provost. Try Fr. Donald Hebert's Southwest Louisiana Church Records at a big (or genealogy) library.
 
 
Nita12th August 2007 - 7:41 AM
Hi, Julaine,

Thanks for info on the Judice family of whom Jennifer inquired - I too am very innterested in the Cherokee connection and will follow up in Jeanerette & Fr. Hebert's bookd.

Nita
 
 
Nita12th August 2007 - 7:44 AM
Hi, Jennifer,

Is there any chance that you might share some of the names of your Judice ancestors with me? I am going to pursue the connection to the Cherokee Nation and would appreciate any possible connection through your Judice family.

Thanks,
Nita
 
 
JENNIFER12th August 2007 - 12:31 PM
I am on vaca right now and i cant get to the papers but will be back in a few days and i can then k? tc and i will get back to ya later my friend, jennifer
 
 
Nita13th August 2007 - 7:24 AM
Great.

My husband & I just got back from 2 weeks in Nova Scotia - met some Theriault relatives & did a bit of genealogy work too. It was our first time in N. S. and we had such a wonderful time - also the Acadian festival was happening so we went to several activities too.

Hope you are having a wonderful vacation.

Nita
 
 
Taco17th September 2007 - 3:28 PM
UPDATE!! I just wanted to update everyone, whatever you do, DO NOT GET A BLOOD TEST to prove your indian hertiage!! The last time someone in our family did this (poor ole' Roboto), he got deported!! Now we have to go back to work at taco bell to save enough money to get him back in the states. WARNING... do not get a blood test!!

Taco
 
 
Taco17th September 2007 - 3:49 PM
jacqueline judice, I did not know we had black in our blood line as well as mexican. Even this Jennifer person said we are creole as well. So this must prove that some where along the line our ancestors must of mated with the black slaves in Louisiana making us "creole's"? This explains why I'm so dark skinned, all along I thought I was 100% mexican, now to find out I'm creole, WOW this is getting bad here! Maybe if I can prove that huleo & Roboto is a mixture of a heinz 57... meaning black/creole/mexican I can go get them back here in the states! I hate working at taco bell! Our dad lied to us, I kept asking him why I'm so black, he kept saying I was a little cherokee and mexican, and that test was a joke, I know now not to ever get a blood test! CHEROKEE my butt DADDDDDD!!!!

depressed Taco
 
 
jennifer 17th September 2007 - 10:50 PM
taco you are getting on my nerves and YES I HAVE CHEROKEE IN MY BLOOD AND "VERY LITTLE CREOLE" AND ABSOLUTELY NO MEXICAN IN ME SO PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL ME AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!
 
 
Nita18th September 2007 - 10:31 AM
Hi, Jennifer,

Hadn't heard back from you since you were on vacation, but was glad to see your response posted. If you have a chance could you look up those names we "spoke" about some time ago? How was your vacation?

Nita
 
 
jennifer 18th September 2007 - 9:29 PM
It was great but i have been working and havent had a chance to get online til last nite and i will try to get to thoses names in the next few days, and i have missed yall too tc and talk to ya later
 
 
Taco27th September 2007 - 7:15 PM
Jennifer you said we were creole's, and that other girl said we were aftrican american, now how is this getting on your nerves? I'snt this is a heritage site?? ... are you not proud of your african american heritage, I sure am!! I was just stateing a fact that I have found out I'm AfricanAmerican/Creole/Mexican. I'm proud of my heritage and you should be to, this is what we are!! This explains when its dark and I look in the mirror all I can see is my neon white eyes and teeth glowing pearly white. At least I still have good white teeth, my cousin who got deported can eat corn through a picked fence, I can say this freely about him because hes still in Mexico.

When you find out the rest of our creole heritage please email it to me. When I leave work tonight at Taco Bell I can email you some of my photos if your interested? I need to do alot of updateing on our family history, and need all this information, thanks so much and I look forward in hearing from you soon, LOVE YOU SO MUCH and CANT WAIT TO HEAR FROM YOU SWEET COUSIN!! : )


LOVE U LONG TIME....
TACO
 
 
Taco27th September 2007 - 10:48 PM
you know your a mexican when.......

you see a fence and want to hop over it....
you have crooked teeth....
you fart more then you breath...
you have thirty cousins...
you drive a 4 passenger car with 8 people in it....
you fart to make the border control go away...

A little of our heritage humor might as well laugh with em, anyway if any of you have our creole/african american or mexican heritage family tree, I forgot to give my email, cause I have several photos I can send as well, Jennifer please send me your photos and info that you have...

send to....
FreeAMexican@hotmail.com

thanks cuz, gracias TACO
 
 
jennifer 28th September 2007 - 10:05 AM
I HAVE ASKED YOU NOT TO WRITE TO ME AND I NEVER SAID WE HAD CREOLE IN US "I DO NOT HAVE MEXICAN IN ME" " I HAVE CHEROKEE INDIAN IN ME" AND IF YOU EVER WRITE TO ME AGAIN I WILL TURN U IN TO THE AUTHORITIES. AND JUST FOR YOUR INFORMATION I TURN IN EVERY ILLEGAL ALIEN I FIND TO THE INS AND THEY WILL TAKE CARE OF THE ONES THAT DONT BELONG IN MY COUNTRY.
 
 
Julaine Schexnayder28th September 2007 - 11:16 AM
I don't want to get into the middle of a quarrel, but to get back to the original thread: Is Judice Mexican or Creole or Cajun?

I am aware that at some time in the past some brave and enterprizing Creole families (Olivier, in particular)from South Louisiana migrated to parts of Mexico (perhaps Vera Cruz, I really don't remember, as this is not my family. I am simply interested in all area genealogy.) After floods ruined all the farmland they were cultivating, some were forced to return home to Louisiana.

Now, does that make the ones who stayed in Mexico and their descendants Mexican or Cajun? What about the ones that were forced to return from Mexico? Cajun or Mexican?

Come on, y'all. Go to the library. Research church records and courthouse records and find documentation of where they lived and when. Perhaps you will find that the Louisiana Judices (probably Spanish in the 1700's, by the way) married Cajuns from Acadia/Nova Scotia. Others may have married Native Americans and some mulattoes.

What a colorful quilt your family will make. Don't get hung up on the positive or negative connotations and prejudices of youself or others. Be proud of your research and more importantly, be proud of your tenacious and courageous ancestors who took great risks to make a life for their children wherever they were living. And lastly, be proud of who you are today...not yesterday or tomorrow. Oh, yes, and work hard. Because you know your ancestors did.

JDS from South Louisiana
 
 
jennifer28th September 2007 - 11:59 AM
cajun
 
 
Taco1st October 2007 - 3:52 PM
Julaine,

thanks so much on the heritage, this other person is getting really mad about our mexican heritage, I'm here just like them trying to find out. You to say that we are creole, this is now the 3rd person on this site who knows our family says we are creole, so this must be true. I know I'm mexican and our name is mexican, but the creole I just found out from Jennifer and that other person and now you. Thanks so much Julaine for the information on our creole line.

I'm about to go to Kentucky Fried Chicken for now, there having a special on the spicy cajun chicken buckets. MMMMmmmm

gracias
Ariba Ariba........ Taco
any more info is apreciated at FreeAMexican@hotmail.com
 
 
Taco1st October 2007 - 4:03 PM
Jennifer if you say your not creole and you didnt say you were creole, go to the 9th post down, u will see you said we were all creole's? was this not you that posted this, was your computer hacked or something at this time? I dont understand why you say now were not creole's? and everyone else on this site says we are, and you said it to, go to the 9th post down and read what you wrote, perhaps you forgot what you wrote, maybe your like me in our blood line sometimes we get frustrated when we drink to many Margartias and eat to many burritos at one time the fumes from the gas makes us forget. We call it a "run for the border moment" lol

sippin up them margaritas
fun lovin' Taco
 
 
jennifer1st October 2007 - 5:07 PM
I said we may have but not sure but "I DEFINITELY DO NOT HAVE MEXICAN BLOOD IN ME SO LEAVE ME ALONE. IF I DID HAVE MEXICAN IN ME I WOULD SAY I DO BUT I DONT. DONT WRITE ME AGAIN OR I WILL REPORT YOU TO THE SPAMMERS.
 
 
Paul Judice1st October 2007 - 5:11 PM
Taco,

Yes this is a mexican tribe not indian. And yes the whole board is right we are Creoles. I dont know why some people are ashamed of this? Being african american I'm very proud and stand tall. JUDICE is half mexican and half creole.

Taco send me all of the Judice family tree you have, thanks!

Paul Judice
 
 
Taco1st October 2007 - 5:20 PM
jennifer this is what you said (copied and pasted)....

"the name and heritage is not mexican and we do have cherokee in our family and also creole. and thank you for the info J C i will do that, thank you all for the input! jennifer"

this is what you wrote you need to lay off them margaritas. All I did was write you because you had so much info on our creole blood, all I wanted was to update our tree. You started our creole heritage talk not me, this is a free site about heritage and I'm not spamming. We are not indian, now that is spam.

Paul Judice, Jennifer has more info on our creole line not me, I had no clue I was creole, try to get if from her. I'm trying as well, but shes getting mad at me.

Fun Lovin.... : )
Taco
 
 
Paul Judice3rd October 2007 - 11:42 AM
This Jennifer has been stalling Nita since July on getting her them "indian" family names, if you look she keeps coming up with exqueses as to why she never shares her information (got booted, computer's been down, been on vacation blah blah). This also proves she has no indian heritage back ground. Please come out in the open and share the creole/africanamerican/mexican line with us, you said we had creole in us please give us information on when our family turned black.

thanks Jennifer

Paul Judice
 
 
Donald Gerard2nd November 2007 - 4:04 PM
There was a family of Judices who lived on the corner down the street from me in LA. The mom was clearly Japanese, and I always assumed the dad was creole (read: black/french or black/indian).
 
 
Donald Gerard2nd November 2007 - 4:05 PM
There was a family of Judices who lived on the corner down the street from me in LA. The mom was clearly Japanese, and I always assumed the dad was creole (read: black/french or black/indian).
 
 
Taco9th November 2007 - 11:32 PM
Donald,
Oh my gosh so now your telling me I'm Japaneese and Creole, the Creole blood I found our about from Jennifer, I knew I was part black because I had alot junk in my trunk, but not Japaneese...

so now I'm

Mexican/
Creole/
Japaneese/

oh lordy I gots to be going back to drinkin', I just quit last week. Oh well on my way back to KFC to go celebrate the news, I should be eating eggrolls instead!!

Ariba, Taco
 
 
Donald10th November 2007 - 12:21 AM
Don't forget Native American... and probably Jewish, too...
 
 
Julaine Schexnayder10th November 2007 - 9:13 AM
No, Taco. That's not how you research who you are...You study the actual people you have descended from, you see. You do this by doing methodical study of marriage records and baptism too, if they are available.

You are as much the female lines in your heritage as the males. Why are you so fixed on Judice? For the past 10 generations your Judice ancestors have married other kinds of people. You can only guess at this point what nationalities.

So I will try to get this discussion back on track once again. Find your family's recent records...names, dates, places. Put that down on an ancestral chart (they are free to download on the internet). This is how you begin a genealogy.

But for someone to hear a name and then give you a response that you are "Irish" or "Italian", etc. without seeing where they lived in the past 200 years is ridiculous.

Can you do that and then get back to this forum?

There is information about the Judice line that started in Louisiana in some books called Southwest Louisiana Records by Fr. Donald Hebert. Most big libraries have the set or the CD. Research the years in the late 1700's. I think you may find that is interesting...but it's not about you until you connect to that person through research.

Start with yourself, your parents, your grandparents.

Julaine
 
 
Bill Fontenot11th November 2007 - 8:09 PM
Jennifer I went to school in Elton, Louisiana with my best friend Emery Janice. His father's name was Janice and then they had a brother who moved to Port Arthur, Texas that changed his name to Jeanise (go figure) same family. Completly white cajun as far as I knew. Emery's mother was a Boudreau. Emery moved to Corpus Chisti, Tx and passed away there. He has a living brother from Jennings, Louisiana who I am sure is listed in the phone book in Jennings, Louisiana. I am sure he could give you a lot of information (and he married a Fontenot!) I think. and by the way......Emery was a red headed as they come!
Bill Fontenot
 
 
jennifer 3rd December 2007 - 2:43 PM
thank you bill and i appreciate your help most of my family is from jennings and crowley la.
 
 
jennifer3rd December 2007 - 2:48 PM
I'm so sorry hun we moved and havent had the internet and just getting it back would love to hear from you again , love ya jennifer
 
 
Anthony Jeanise27th December 2007 - 1:06 PM
I was just messing around on the computer and found this blog I see it was written awhile back. I am from the Jeanise family we are mosty french. There is a few of us here in Alexandria LA. If you need more info you can contact maybe i can help you with what you are looking for.
 
 
jennifer 27th December 2007 - 3:14 PM
I am looking for any information related to the indian side of our family and for the info on the roll numbers if they exists, any help you can give would be appreciated thank you for taking the time to talk with me, jennifer
 
 
Julaine Schexnayder27th December 2007 - 4:16 PM
Here is the earliest reference to the name Judice in early Spanish Louisiana. See this web site http://www.mylouisianagenealogy.com/la_county/asc.htm

It says that Louis Judice was the first Spanish Commondant for Ascension Parish. See Ascension Parish Facts and go to the fourth paragraph where he is mentioned.

As such an early and important person in Spanish Louisiana I am sure other work can be found about him and his descendants. He was probably Spanish or French. Remember this was in 1763...nearly 250 years ago.

I am posting this information for those who would like to research the Judice line for a genealogy. It is best to begin with yourself and go backwards though.

 
 
Taco27th December 2007 - 7:16 PM
Thanks Julaine for the spanish history, I to know that we are mexicans, the creole was what I didnt know until Jennifer said it in this post that we are creole's. I was waiting on her to give us the info on the indian heritage but she never comes up with anything, I wished she would get off the indian kick and get back on to what we really are, we are not indian, we are mexican/japaneese/creole's. Everyone on this post knows the truth. She will never find a roll number, the only roll she will find will be at the local albertsons or kroger's grocery store.

Lets stand tall and stand up with pride and say "WE ARE MEXICANS", and show them pearly whites against our dark skin.

I AM MEXICAN!!!! yesssssss and I love it

Fun Lovin' Taco
oh and forgot PS: ARIBA!!
 
 
jennifer28th December 2007 - 10:31 AM
I found out today that our name jeanise has nothing to do with the judice name so taco take a hike and if you keep putting me down i will turn you in for harrassment
 
 
Taco28th December 2007 - 8:03 PM
yes I knew the name Jeanise has nothing to do with the mexican heritage "judice" is a mexican heritage name not jeanise so you are right. And no one is here to put down anyone I'm here finding out my Judice mexican heritage just like you are. We all have a right to be here just like you do. I still love you though, I love all my cousin's even though your being unfriendly to me. Whaz up wit dat?

ps. do you have that indian heritage yet? its been like a year since you said you was gonna post it? I've really been waiting on that, thats why I've been hanging around.

thanks so much cousin!

Taco
 
 
jennifer29th December 2007 - 1:22 PM
i am of the jeanise family not the judice family and i am not your cousin and i am a really nice person when anyone gets to know me. I also have found the indian heritage i have been talking about and it took me 1000.00 to prove it by dna testing. bye
 
 
Taco2nd January 2008 - 5:20 PM
Jeanise is the mexican heritage not judice, I am not talking about JUDICE, the judice's are whites some people call them (crakers), the Jeanise's are black and mexican. For example.... I bet you have black skin to, just look down at your skin and let me know in the next post? What color is your skin? And how in the world did you get a dna test for indian heritage? I told you not to do this for the mexican police will come knocking at your door any day now to bring your black butt back to mexico. As of today I am not your cousin anymore, do not tell them about me, thank gosh I did not tell you which taco bell I worked at, cause I will not go back to mexico like you now. Before u get your free handcuffed ride back to bean land tell me what is your proof of your indian heritage? You were supposed to post it here to let us all know you keep saying your gonna post it, but I'm still waiting. The $1,000 you have paid is probley to the mexican police duh??? HELLO? how can you get a test to prove indian heritage? I think you wasted your money. Your the only person who would do such a strange thing. What did paying the money accomplish?

lordy, have mercy you poor thing, you probley paid that money to my cousin Alberto, I bet hes doing shots of tequila now and farting like wild.

Did you ever get you roll from kroger's?

Taco
your x cousin now!!!

p.s. ARIBA ARIBA!!
 
 
TaCo2nd January 2008 - 5:25 PM
hey how much of that creole blood did you have in you when they tested you for indian? I remember you saying you were creole, how much did you end of having?

Oh and I called Alberto in Mexico and he set up the sting to get your $1,000 (he was laughing), if I was you be careful when u open up the door, eat pleanty of beans for back up power for the policio.

thanks so much x cousin!

Taco
 
 
jennifer2nd January 2008 - 10:15 PM
there was no creole in family, and you are an a-hole if any of your family is illeaglly over here you need to watch your bak and i'm not laughing!
 
 
jennifer2nd January 2008 - 10:21 PM
no my skin is not black and no i didnt pay any police to do anything but if you want to be ignorant like the rest of your race go right ahead. the color of my skin if you must know is what they call olive tan and i am 3/4 cherokee indian by the state of oklahoma which is an american indian state but you being from mexico you wouldn't know that.
 
 
TaCo2nd January 2008 - 11:37 PM
no creole in your blood? what? go to the 9th post down and read what you wrote, you forget to easy. You are creole out of your own mouth not mine. Do you lie alot? Are you ashamed to be black or something? I dont understand at all. You are creole you said you was. Humm by now I'm thinking you are not sure what the heck you are. But I know cause I see what you wrote. If you forget again, I will tell you again, you are CREOLE ok?

confused TaCo?
scratching my head now hummmm.
 
 
TaCo3rd January 2008 - 12:01 AM
whoooooooo hold up AMIGO.....
what is a a-hole? We dont use that word in Mexico. And yes that dark skin you have is a sign of Mexican, see I dont even know you but I know the name and my family (good guess), and we all have that pretty dark black skin like you as well, see the proves we are family(cousins).The reason your skin probley is darker than mine is because you have creole in your blood, my blood is just mexican so I'm lighter. Eat pleanty of beans senorita because you will need that "farting fuel" for free gas money to get your black butt across the border where you come from. But once you see the mexican police at your door you will fart
uncontrollable anyway. I toot alot when I get scared runs in the family.

What do you call a buncha white guys running down a hill? Avalanche. Buncha black guys? Mudslide. Bunch Mexicans? Prison break.

What do you call a Mexican baptism? -Bean Dip

Why did only 200 Mexicans show up at the alamo?

-They only had 4 cars to get there in

I hope you dont get deported soon from getting that blood test done, because I'm still waiting on that make believe indian heritage blood line you supposenly have. Lets post that heritage here are you scared that we will think them "indian names" might sound a little wee bit mexican?

your x cousin

Taco
ARIBA ARIBA
SaveAMexican@msn.com

 
 
jennifer3rd January 2008 - 12:23 AM
i can show you a pic of me you butt hole and i am not black or mexican and if i we either i wouldn't have a problem with it but you are just a pig.send me your reall addy and i will send you a pic of me and my daughters and if you ever contact me again i will make sure that you loose your ip server for harrassment i didnt ask you to contact me but i have asked you to stop. DO NOT CONTACT ME AGAIN
 
 
Taco12th January 2008 - 11:46 PM
I am not contacting you, I am simply contributing to this board, I cant help it if it comes to your email like it does mine when someone post, everytime you write on this board it comes to my email as well as yours, so you are bothering me just as much. And why be so hostile? why call me a butt hole? Me and you are as black as a butt hole but thats about it, sometimes when I wipe it comes out a little whiter than normal. But I've never been called that gezzz. You have a really bad mouth on you, whats up with you being so defensive? And you have daughters? why would I want a pic of your daughters? Your daughter's would be my distant kin, I like you because we are first cousins. If you want to send me a black pic of you go ahead, my email is..

SaveAMexican@yahoo.com

Taco
your black butt hole cousin (p.s. I didnt wipe today)
 
 
j13th January 2008 - 8:49 AM
you are not my cousin!
 
 
DEBBIE31st January 2008 - 12:06 PM
JUDICE'S HAS A STORE IN PORT ARTHUR TX THAT THE FAMILY STILL RUNS AND OWNS THE PHONE TO THE STORE IS 4099823522. WORTH A TRY
 
 
DEBBIE31st January 2008 - 12:11 PM
P.S. THE NAME IS FRENCH THE STORE THEY HAVE IS A FRENCH MARKET
 
 
DEBBIE 31st January 2008 - 12:19 PM
YOU FAMILY NAME SOUNDS VERY SIMULAR TO THE JUDICE THAT OWN THE FRENCH MARKET IN PORT ARTHUR THE OWN'S NAME WAS A.J. NOT SURE WHAT IT STANDS FOR THO.
 
 
jennifer1st February 2008 - 3:55 PM
Thank you for the information and thank you for the time to write me it is much appreciated
 
 
TaCo20th February 2008 - 4:26 PM
thanks Debbie for the info, your right they are our kin that runs that store, they were black, I went up to ask him if we were kin and his comb fell out of his fro onto my hand, so I had to go to the pot to wash and I ran into Tamica his wife and asked her, she was more than happy to tell me we were all cousins, me Tamica and Jennifer. We all had that black skin alike and dark brown eyes we all had the same hair do as well. Also I know now for 100% sure we are kin cause someone from the Ellen Degeneres show called me to ask me about my husband being on the show, they said my husband Edwino? (which isnt my husband) won a million dollars for valentines day and wanted my address to send the money and for him to appear on the show. Something about him being the worlds greatest husband. Ellen says she was laid up a year from a wreck, I told Ellen she must lay up longer than a year cause shes on this pc all the time. Anyway I told Ellen she could just give the money to me, she says no, it only goes to Edwino her husband and it was only for valentines day. I dont know if this cousin of mine Jennifer has claimed that money or not, but I sure tried!

take care cousins
TACO
 
 
john Wells3rd March 2008 - 5:58 PM
Hello Jennifer,

in the middle to late 1700's Louis Judice was the Comandant of the "First Acadian Coast" (Donaldsonville). I believe most or all of the Judice's descend from him. I'm not sure when but some of the family moved to the lafayette area where there are still some Judice's. There is a Judice Farm Road in Lafayette and a place called Judice a little west of Lafayette.

I would recommend that you go to a library and ask for FR. Hebert's books. If your family can get you to 1905 or so. Those 40+ volumes can take you back to the 1800's. When you go back enough to run out of Judice's in Acadiana. the Baton Rouge Diocese has put out a similar set of books that cover the Ascension Parish area.

Happy Hunting.
JOHN
 
 
john Wells3rd March 2008 - 5:58 PM
Hello Jennifer,

in the middle to late 1700's Louis Judice was the Comandant of the "First Acadian Coast" (Donaldsonville). I believe most or all of the Judice's descend from him. I'm not sure when but some of the family moved to the lafayette area where there are still some Judice's. There is a Judice Farm Road in Lafayette and a place called Judice a little west of Lafayette.

I would recommend that you go to a library and ask for FR. Hebert's books. If your family can get you to 1905 or so. Those 40+ volumes can take you back to the 1800's. When you go back enough to run out of Judice's in Acadiana. the Baton Rouge Diocese has put out a similar set of books that cover the Ascension Parish area.

Happy Hunting.
JOHN
 
 
John Wells3rd March 2008 - 6:22 PM
First I see that I hit the post button twice, then I see where I answered the initial querry a while back.

Just one of those days
 
 
Juanita4th March 2008 - 2:05 AM
I grew up with Jennifer and her sisters in Orange, Tx. As a child we picked on her for her black and Mexican heritage. She has always claimed she was indian, BUT THERE IS NOT ONE HAIR THAT IS INDIAN IN HER BLOOD LINE. Just creole(black/french)and Mexican. I guess she thinks she can get her "indian" heritage from her adoptive mother.
BUT JENN, it doesn't work that way. You will see no government freebies from lying about it. No DNA test can determine your heritage. If so then our heritage is big fat black ugly hairy gorillas in Africa.
And Taco, have a margarita and a big taco salad for me.



Juanita
(Nita for short)
 
 
jennifer 4th March 2008 - 7:24 AM
I have no idea who the hell you are but you need to go to rehab if you think you know me. I havve my indian heritage from my real mom and her mom and dad. If you grew up with me in orange you would know that my real mom was helen jeanise and my real dad was robert vilo and none of them have mexican in them or black as you say. So go somewhere else to talk your crap. do not ever write to me here again .
 
 
debbie4th March 2008 - 8:13 AM
Jennifer, please ignore, ignorance. notice the simularity in these two words. You only fuel this stupidity when they see that it bothers you.
 
 
Julaine Schexnayder4th March 2008 - 9:43 AM
Dear John,
As much as I hesitate to reenter this fray which has gotten far off the subject of how one may be a descendant of the Commandant, I do want to tell you that you and I agree on how to go about it. Obviously these people don't understand how basic genealogy works. I myself have tried in previous posts to direct them to a library and to Fr. Donald Hebert's research, but no one has taken the next step. Here in south Louisiana, there is a lot of interest in researching one's Creole (mixed) heritage because one should know and be proud of those who have come before us...regardless of their race or religion or country of origin. I myself teach a genealogy course and we make very good progress using Fr. Hebert's books ...There must be hundreds of Judice entries waiting for those who are interested in facts.
 
 
jennifer4th March 2008 - 2:15 PM
thanks debbie i had forgotten that and i appreciate you reminding me, thank you again and i hope to hear from you again. thanks cuz you mean the world to us all jenn
 
 
Taco6th March 2008 - 7:19 PM
awwww shucks thanks so much Jennifer you mean the world to me as well, your such a sweet person! And I'm finally glad you admit we are cousins : )

loving....
Taco
 
 
Taco6th March 2008 - 9:23 PM
Jennifer I wanted to give you this poem because I'm so glad I found a sweet cousin like you.... (this might hit close to home for you)

Collards is green, my dog's name is blue, and I'm so happy to have a sweet cousin like you.

Yore hair is like corn silk, a-flappin in the breeze. Softer than Blue's and without all them feas.

Yo're as satisfy'n as okry, jist a-fry'n in the pan. Yo're as fragrant as "snuff" right out of the can.

You have some of yore teeth, for which I am proud; I hold my head high when someone hollars "JENNIFER" in a crowd.

On special occasions, when you shave under yore arms, Well, I'm in hawg heaven, and awed by yore cousinly charms.

Still them fellers at work, they all want to know, what I did to deserve such a purdy cousin and young doe.

Cut from the best cloth like a plaid flannel shirt, you spark up my life more than a fresh load of dirt.

Your black complexion, it's perfection, like the best vinyl sidin'. Despite all the years your age it keeps hidin'.

Jennifer you's like a Moon Pie with a RC cold drank, We go together like a skunk that goes with skank.

I hope you enjoyed this, I've been working on this since Valentine's day for you, sorry its late, better late then never.
Taco : )


 
 
jennifer7th March 2008 - 6:26 AM
taco i was not speaking to you i was speaking to debbie and i would not claim you as a cuz even if you were one. you are one big ass and i dont like you back off and leave me alone.
 
 
Taco7th March 2008 - 10:49 AM
Jennifer you have a filthy mouth on you, u talk alot of trash, thats the creole in you coming out again. I wrote you that poem because you said you were glad we were cousins, and now look what you gone and done. It took me 2 months to make that poem up for you. Creole's have very bad tempers. Do you have a job? Why are you on here talking trash to me all the time and curseing me out? That person knows you from your home town and says the same thing you are mexican/creole, why did you get mad at them? I didnt know you were from Orange, I would love to meet you one day. Admit who you are and step forward not back. Mexicans arent bad people ok?

broken hearted
Taco
 
 
jennifer 7th March 2008 - 5:43 PM
i never said that to you. Go AEWAY. NO SHE DOESNT KNOW ME OR SHE WOULD KNOW I WAS ADOPTED BY MY AUNT AND NOT SOME STRANGER!
 
 
Taco7th March 2008 - 6:05 PM
hog swallow, who in the world says you were adopted by your aunt, who in the world cares anyway? why do you bring stupid stuff up? Why didnt your mother raise you why did your dad give you up? why are you telling us all of this, maybe your parents didnt like you because you talk so much bad creole language. That person must truly know you, because you are getting your temp up for no reason, who cares if your aunt raised u and your dad left u? maybe they got your black butt mixed up at the hosp, they probley switched you with a white american baby in a way to smuggle you in the United States and leave u!! This would explain why your olive black skin is here instead of Mexico. Thats probley why your dad and mom gave u up, yah thats it, I bet they got deported back.

I spent my hard earned time writting you a lovely cousin redneck poem. You are a mean mean Mexican/Creole person, U dont apreciate the time I put in on your poem at all.

Taco : (
 
 
jennifer8th March 2008 - 6:41 PM
Yippeeee! now you got it, you idiot I dont like you! I have never seen someone so dang ignorant as you to not get the idea that i dont care what you think or who you are. I have been telling you this all along: Get lost!
 
 
Monica30th March 2008 - 10:43 PM
What state do you live in Honey Bunny? Maybe you ought to listen to the other people who post. They do have some good ideas on how to find out about your Creole Heritage.
Monica L
 
 
Taco6th April 2008 - 12:32 AM
Monica, I've been trying to tell Jennifer about how to find out about her creole heritage, she doesnt listen to well. Jennifer start out looking for your roots in Africa (that will keep you busy for a long time on your tree). Maybe she will listen to you. Thanks Monica

(you have a very bad temper Jennifer) creole's get mean!
Taco
 
 
Brenda Jannise6th April 2008 - 9:16 AM
Hello Jennifer, saw your postings searching for my ggg??grandmother Azelle LeBleu. Wanted to let you know there are tons of people with the Jannise name not far from you. Please email me and when I have time I will help you. I am only giving Jennifer permission to email me. Thanks.
 
 
jennifer6th April 2008 - 9:38 PM
ty brenda i could use all the help i can get hun.
 
 
brenda jannise8th April 2008 - 2:35 AM
Jennifer, sorry forgot to include email.
brenda_jannise@yahoo.com
My father is Julian James Jannise, Sr. (deceased 2002)
His parents are Theobert Jannise and Evelina Blanchard
Theobert's parents are John Janis and Azelle LeBleu
Evelina's parents are Valmont Blanchard and Pelagie Carrierre.
Theobert and Evelina had 13 + children
I have 2 brothers and 3 sisters. We all live in the Liberty Texas area. Most of my dads brothers and sisters are deceased. I did not grow up with my dads family, but I have some names etc. I was searching for info on Azelle LeBleu. found some info, but not sure if it is correct. Azelle LeBleu was full blooded Indian. Trying to find out what happened to her. Was told she was adopted by the LeBleu family when she was an infant or small child. This is my brick wall. Later.
 
 
jennifer9th April 2008 - 10:05 AM
thnx brenda i will try to find out what i can and get back to ya hun. some of the names sound familiar and i will do my best to find out some more about them, jennifer
 
 
elaine 9th April 2008 - 6:16 PM
is the last name JANICE?
 
 
jennifer9th April 2008 - 6:44 PM
jannise or jeanice or jeanise
 
 
brenda jannise10th April 2008 - 5:40 AM
Hello Jennifer,
saw the post from Elaine. The name Janis has several spellings..It is my understanding it started as Janis, and these are some variations: Janise, Janisse, Janice, Jannise, Jeanise, there are probably some others too. I have a listing of my uncles and aunts, if you want them. But I probably will not respond on this site again. Several different entries do not come across as friendly, so if you want to communicate with me please use my email address. This invitation is for Jennifer only. Thanks.
 
 
Was a contributor10th April 2008 - 5:58 AM
Please remove my name from this discussion site. I receive four e-mail every time someone add a single word. Most of the discussion is contentious, anyway. Let those folks thrash it out...I'm outta here.
 
 
Me too10th April 2008 - 1:24 PM
How do I get off this list? Interesting topic but most of the 50 posts a day I get are about some personal rift. Thanks in advance...
 
 
Taco10th April 2008 - 10:23 PM
Yes please remove my name to from this post! I agree some people arent very friendly here.... geeezzzz

Taco
 
 
Shiela Mauldini-Brown26th May 2008 - 10:56 AM
Jennifer, Acutally, I am interested in your last name Solly. My husband is a descendent of the Solly family that reportedly is a mix of South Louisianian and cherokee indian. My husband certainly has cherokee features, but silver eyes.

There is a rather romantic story about his grandfather's origins, but the family members that have attempted research have come up with nothing.

Would you mind giving me a direction to look into your Solly heritage as a starting point to see if I can find anything linked to my husband's family? Any bit of information would greatly be appreciated.

 
 
jennifer 27th May 2008 - 9:25 AM
sheila the email addy i gave in the reply section of this reply is my husbands email. His family name is solly and he can give you more info on his family history. his name is edwin and he has all the solly info you may need for this search. Hope he can help and I am glad to try and help. thanks for writing and hope to hear from you again. jennifer
 
 
Taco4th June 2008 - 11:33 PM
Solly doesn't sound like a mexican name, you must of married a white man Jennifer.

Taco
 
 
Taco4th June 2008 - 11:34 PM
Solly doesn't sound like a mexican name, you must of married a white man Jennifer.

Taco
 
 
Taco4th June 2008 - 11:35 PM
Solly doesn't sound like a mexican name, you must of married a white man Jennifer.

Taco
 
 
jennifer7th June 2008 - 9:44 AM
for the last time taco do not talk to me i have nothing to say to yiou
 
 
Taco11th June 2008 - 12:33 PM
You are a very mean Creole/Mexican person.

your cuz Taco....
100% Mexican
0% Creole
 
 
jennifer11th June 2008 - 3:02 PM
I am going to report you to this site manager and then "YOU WILL LEAVE ME THE HELL ALONE">
 
 
Taco19th June 2008 - 11:45 PM
Go ahead and report me you CREOLE blackie, I have just as much right to be on here finding out my mexican heritage along with you, but you have creole in your blood (as stated in your words up above)... and that is what makes us different im a 100% proud mexican and your not.... your half/half I'm not near as mean as u.

Taco
 
 
Lisa Jeanise Landry26th June 2008 - 9:56 PM
I am responding to your message. I think we are related. Are you the daughter of Ben and Margie Jeanise. I am the daughter of Asa and Ann. Please respond if you are Jennifer Jeanise.
 
 
jennifer27th June 2008 - 9:22 AM
no hun i am the daughter of helen jeanise and the grandaughter of elton and mary jeanise of crauley la. but more than likely we are related somewhere down the line and it is nice to meet you. hope to talk to you more, jennifer
 
 
Anthony24th November 2008 - 4:37 PM
lisa ann my mother is jennifer jeanise. we are from alexandria la

 
 
Taco13th December 2008 - 8:23 PM
Are yall dark skinned to? ... like Jennifer?

Taco
 
 
jennifer15th December 2008 - 12:49 PM
Taco i told you to leave me alone if u write another message on here reguarding me i will have ur ass up for harrassment and stalking DO YOU UNDERSTAND!
 
 
Taco17th March 2009 - 10:12 PM
calm down Creole' senorita!!! Dont get so uptight!
 
 
Taco17th March 2009 - 11:09 PM
Jen.....

I bet you have so many fake gold teeth in your mouth, your mouth is green!

I bet if I was to look at you smile I wouldnt know to smile back or kick a field goal.

I bet your teeth is so yellow you have to brush them with a butter knife, and you cant believe it's not butter. I bet when u flash your yellow smile it makes people yeild at a stop sign.

I bet yo teeth is so big and buck your dentist charges by the tooth.

I bet there is so many gaps in your teeth you have to floss with a garden hose.

I bet you have "summer teeth" summer or in your pocket and summer in yo mouth.

Love your cuz Taco : )


 
 
Jill19th March 2009 - 3:15 AM
Look in Lawtell or Opelouses,Louisiana all the Jeanise I ever knew lived in that area.
 
 
Martin28th April 2009 - 12:57 PM
My maternal Grandmother was a Judice and I have her family traced back to France and in New Orleans as early as 1730 for sure. No Mexican or Portugese as far as I can see in her line.
 
 
jennifer solly28th April 2009 - 1:35 PM
ty martin i would appreciate the info you have on them if you could send it to my email it would be greatly appreciated. we are having a little trouble tracing them and i know that my great grandmother had indian in her. So far this is one of the better of the info i have gotten ty again jennifer. my emailaddy is jnnfsol4@aol.com
 
 
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Tamika25th July 2009 - 9:29 PM
Jennifer, I knows yo family is from Jamica which is my family to ( I thinks we be distnat kins)... I have traced them back and have the family tree your wanting. I will email it to you just email me at JamicaForBRoFoSho@aol.com. We be orginally from Africa then our great great great grandfather's pappy be from the islands as well dats where our crib be. My great great Auntie moved to Orleans with some underfed orphans from Africa which is your bros and sis's ( I believe it to be )I wrote it down when I heard with my purncil. Please contact me ASAP because yous will get a welfare check from our Antie jemima.

Tamika (Jerome's neice, Aunt jemima's cousin in law)I have found sum photos of her online she be very dark lik us I heard she be dark as us but not as sweet as sum people say she be, I thinks we are from dat generation. She be dark not bright, so she bes distant to us cause we dark like our great great ansestors cousin's husband x girlfriend's offspring in Africa, they wernt ever married he liked to play the feild (shhhh he dont know fo sho I says dat) He be pullin out his nine and bustin a cap on us fros if he knows we says datz)

Yo Yo Yo... your Homie Tamika (Jerome's neice's cousin in law's x)
 
 
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My last name is Jeanise. My family's last name is as well. We are in no way mexican. Jeanise is a french name....and we are all cajun. From East TX & LA.IIt isn't a very common name, so it is hard to find much on it. My sister has hair like a black person and we have large curves and lips which leas us to believe there is a bit of creole running around in us. I dont know if that helps at all...but maybe. Lol.
 
 
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Dale12th December 2013 - 9:55 AM
I have a great grandmother who's name was Azelle (Hazel) Janise or Jeanise (Spelling?) Her father was Jean (John) Jeanice, I think. I am told that they were of the Cherokee tribe. She married my great grandfather Noah Bellard. I would like to know more about her native background if you get an answer to you question about Jeanise.
 
 
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