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alicia13th January 2010 - 11:32 AM
I'm looking for Leblanc relatives.Mildred and Wallace Leblanc

mary miller26th February 2004 - 3:50 AM
Him there, I know this is and old message, from 2002. I"m a decendent of the Leblanc family. my grandfather was joseph roy leblanc, from the leblanc community. my mother was Gertude Laura leblanc, one uncle J Roy leblanc, one half or step brother Newton Leblanc. any information you have would like to hear from you. thanks

amanda12th March 2004 - 6:23 AM
There are some LeBlanc's in Monroe, LA

Michael9th June 2004 - 1:57 PM
I am the descendant of a Samuel LeBlanc who was born in Canada. He lived in Beaver Island, Michigan and, too at Mackinac Island at one time. My great grandmother was Belle LeBlanc who married Ernest Shook. They lived in Grayling, Michigan. Would my family be related to the infamous LeBlanc's of Louisiana?

Thank you,
Peter LaBlance19th August 2004 - 9:22 PM
My great grand father was George Leblanc brother to Belle. I have not found any connection outside of Michigan and Canada as of yet. I have traced the name back to George and Belle dad and am working to find more.
Jean-Claude LeBlanc18th October 2004 - 8:08 AM
Hello cousin!

My father, Hanson Paul LeBlanc, Jr. just got back from Haliax, Nova Scotia. He traveled, along with other distant LeBlanc relatives, from France to Halifax in a tracing of Daniel LeBlanc (our ancestor) and other french families from there to the new world.

Dad has done our family lineage all the way back to Daniel who was the first of our family to come to the "new world." The LeBlanc family is the largest of all the acadian families so I am sure we are related if you go back far enough.

I would be happy to connect you two if you would like. Just reply to this email, and I will forward it to him.

Hope this helps.
sue27th October 2004 - 9:53 PM
There are LeBlancs all over La.
Nancy Burns8th December 2006 - 12:05 PM
My mother was a Nora Dean Leblanc. Her father's name was Telesphore and Mother was Felicia Bernadette. Her brother's names were Carrol and Lee and a half sister named Ruthie who passed away just this year. They lived in French Settlement, Louisiana. I have no other information on my mother's side other than this with the exception of a few cousins who I don't ever get to see. She told me when I was quite young that her ancestors made the acadian trip but I don't know anymore than that about them. Would you happen to have any notes or info on any of these names? Her mother died when she was very young.
Nancy Burns (LeBlanc)
Sherry LeBlanc28th September 2007 - 11:38 AM
here I am, another cousin from LA. Your dad and I have talked about the lineage and I too am pulling it together. My grandfather (Uncle Key - Leonard Clement LeBlanc) and your grandfather (Hanson Paul Sr.) were brothers. We have 2 aunts/great still living from the original 13 LeBlanc children born to Michael Paul and Elmier Dugas in the late 1800s and early 1900s. My father is your cousin - Bubber LeBlanc - I'm one of his four daughters. I live in Dallas where there is nothing like LA food/fun. If this reaches you after all this time please keep in touch and keep me posted with family news.

Nancy Burns1st October 2007 - 10:27 AM
Hi Sherry,
Was your email intended for me or another LeBlanc? I havene't heard anything from anyone about my Mother's family. So you can understand my enthusiasm.
Sherry Leblanc9th October 2007 - 1:25 PM
my message was to Hanson Paul LeBlanc III ... but it's OK if you replied. who is your mother's family?
Nancy Burns9th October 2007 - 2:03 PM
My Grandfather's name was Telesphone LeBlanc and my Grandmother was Felicia Bernadette LeBlanc. I don't know her maiden name unfortnately. I know very little about her mother.
Sherry LeBlanc9th October 2007 - 2:04 PM
Daniel LeBlanc arrived from France pre-1650 and is the founder of the family. He fathered 6 sons; they fathered 35; the 35 fathered 200 - the LeBlanc surname was a full 10% of the people forced to leave Acadia in 1755. You need to start with your father's name, his father, his grandfather and on back. Church records (in Louisiana) are published and are a wealth of information. The Diocese Records of Baton Rouge go back into the 1700's when the family started coming to LA (land grants). Two LeBlanc men fought in the Revolutionary war - for literally days - one was wounded. If you search under "Daniel LeBlanc" it will open the older records - but like I said, you work backwards from your father. Also, the Mormon church has the most extensive library on families.
Nancy Burns9th October 2007 - 2:04 PM
I'm sorry. It is spelled Telephore LeBlanc. I keyed wrong.
Nancy Burns9th October 2007 - 2:09 PM
Thanks so much Sherri. Maybe someday when I retire, I'll have a chance to look alot of the history up.
I work with a girl who is almost an expert on Geneology. She attends all kinds of classes on it. Maybe she'll be able to give me a few more pointers like you just did.
Best regards,
Sherry LeBlanc9th October 2007 - 2:14 PM
where do you live? If you've a friend who does this, pick her brain! The LeBlanc family has added much to this country's history - I don't think I'm being boastful with that statement. If you look at your birth certificate (or that of your parents) you can also start there. It's not a joke when they say all "Cajuns" are related. Keep digging - your public library probably has a good reference section on geneaology. Don't wait until you retire - I've sent copies of what I have to my big family and you'd be surprised how much filters BACK to you by doing so.
Nancy Burns9th October 2007 - 2:28 PM
Maybe I can spell you name correct as well. I have a friend who spells hers with an "I".
I live in Arkansas. Where do you live? I've heard that little saying about all Cajuns but in the back of your mind you kinda hope it's not all true!!! :)
I talked to my friend about what you've said. She said we could go to some Commission one Saturday and look up alot of things. So that's encouraging.
Thanks again for your kindness,
Sherry LeBlanc9th October 2007 - 2:44 PM
I'm in Dallas - lived in Little Rock as a child for a short time; was born in Baton Rouge and lived in New Orleans most of my life. My father is from Smoke Bend, LA.

That 'saying' is true but it's not a bad one - the Church kept very close records and would not approve of a union that was too close - in some cases second cousins and thirds were married all with the same last name. Also, if a brother died perhaps another brother married the widow (to keep the land in the family, etc.). My great uncle Hanson Paul married Hazel Ramirez; his sister Hortense married the brother of that Ramirez - Wilfred Ramirez (they had 9 children I believe). What it means is that if you look hard enough you'll find a 'relative' almost anywhere in that society.
Nancy Burns9th October 2007 - 3:01 PM
I live in Little Rock now. I'm originally from Gonzales. My mom's family is from French Settlement. This is really a neat story about the family and Church. I noticed you capitalized Church. Not many folks do that unless they're Christians.
Now is Ramirez, what nationality is that?
How long have you been doing your family history? My friend tells me that once you really start, it's habit forming....
Sherry LeBlanc9th October 2007 - 3:11 PM
Gonzales!! LeBlanc's Payless Stores; the Ramirez family was for the longest time the only pharmacy in the area - Will Ramirez (Spanish origin). I spell Church with a capital because I refer to the Roman Catholic Church. My aunt lives in French Settlement (Lezie LeBlanc Dirks). My uncle was Michael Paul LeBlanc (his wife was Janice Persac); my grandfather founded the Payless Stores after he retired from National Food Stores. His father and grandfather ran stores in Donaldsonville and Smoke Bend. Be careful, we are probably related.
Hanson Paul Jr.19th December 2007 - 1:53 PM
Hello Sherry,
There was a recent article about 'googling' your own name and this is what I came upon. I noticed in your message a reference to 'Elmier' Dugas. You will find this name on legal documents in reference to my grandmother, your greatgrandmother, however she may also find her signature on the same document where she spells her name Elmere.
Elmere is the correct spelling. We do need to compare notes. Love ya cousin.
Mary Ramirez-Byrd12th February 2008 - 9:33 PM
You mention Ramirez from Donaldsonville - I know very little about my father except for this: Richard Ramirez from Paulina (?) or Donaldsonville. He would have been born around 1945 (died in 1988)?? I've been told that my greatgrandmother was full-blooded indian and my other greatgrandma was black. Please let me know if any of this makes sense....thanks.
Nancy Burns13th February 2008 - 8:10 AM
Hey Sherry,
I've been out of pocket for a while, had surgery.
If you would have a mailing address like a post office box to your Aunt Lezie, she might have some info about my Mom. My Aunt Ruthie Halker passed away last year. I wonder if she would know them. My uncle's name is Albert Halker and they live in French Settlement.They have 4 sons and one of them is named Michael and should be in late 40's or early 50's. I don't know his wife's name. Could he possibly be around that age? My Uncle Carroll lived in Donaldsonville. He has a girl named CarolAnne and two sons. Can't remember their names.Does any of this ring a bell?
John Marchand28th November 2008 - 7:09 PM
Hi Cousin Sherry,
I'm one of Mino's. Ramirez is indeed a surname of Spanish origin. However, most of the people with Spanish surnames in Ascension parish and surrounding areas, prior to hurricane Katrina, were from the Canary Islands. They were brought here when Spain took control of Louisiana in the early 1700's to protect the frontiers. There were three main settlements in Louisiana: one in St. Bernard Parish below New Orleans on the Mississippi River, one in northeast Ascension parish (Galvez), and one about two miles down Bayou Lafourche from Donaldsonville at a place called Valensuela. Our branch of the LeBlancs had Canary Island ancestors through Elmere Dugas whose mother was Sanchez/Ourso.
Erica Mills11th May 2009 - 10:52 PM
I am the great grand daughter of Beulah Rome who lived in the house right behind the original Leblanc grocery store in Smoke Bend, Louisiana. My brother and sister and I grew up playing on the old steps of the grocery store while waiting our turns for piano lessons from Mama Beulah.
Dennis L. Alonzo8th June 2009 - 1:20 PM
Bonjour cousins, (I am very late seeing your dialogue!) One of the ancestor families upon which I have concentrated is the Paul Leonard & Lodoisca Braud LeBlanc family. They were the parents of Leonard and his wife, Leonise Ourso. They were the grandparents of Paul LeBlanc and his wife, Elmire Dugas (she is also a cousin of mine through the Dugas line), Leah LeBlanc Hernandez, and wonderful Mr. Armand LeBlanc (who was a genealogical treasure source!) I am descended from Leonard's sister, Marie Louise "Lese" LeBlanc and her husband, Clebert Oubre. Lese and Clebert evidently purchased the LeBlanc family home of Paul and Lodoisca LeBlanc in 1879 at the time of the succession. (Although I live in New Orleans, I actually own some of the property in Smoke Bend that was part of that succession and I have the ca 1865 Louis Rome family cottage located on and restored there. (The cottage is on the National Register.)) My great-grandmother, Lese, my grandmother Ida Oubre Rome, and my mother, Ida Mae Rome Alonzo were all born in that LeBlanc(-Oubre)family home. When Dr. Percy LeBlanc purchased it from the LeBlanc-Oubre family, my grandmother was serving as executrix of the estate. Tragically, the great old center-hall house was dismantled for it's incredible cypress lumber, but I have a nice, circa 1909, photograph of the house (if anyone is a Paul LeBlanc/Lodoisca Braud descendant and is interested in seeing that.)
My uncle, Ulysse Rome, Jr. and I taped a long LeBlanc-Oubre family conversation with Beulah and Myrtle LeBlanc in 1988 and I have transcripts of it.
(My father also has LeBlanc blood, but that is the Valery Cyprien LeBlanc and Hortense Landry LeBlanc family from Bayou Lafourche. The had a sugar cane plantation near Belle Rose.)

richard barney27th November 2009 - 9:31 PM
Hi Sherry, I wanted to tell you that our branch of he Leblancs had a book published in 1973 it is called The Book Of LeBlanc by Nora Lee Clouatre. They are from Donaldsonville. My great-grandfather was Andre LeBlanc married to Laura Carbo. I know of at least one copy of this book at the Nicholls State University library in Thiobodaux La. This book may be of use to you it goes back to Acadia and France. I think the oldest birth date was 1575.
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Sherry LeBlanc13th January 2010 - 11:32 AM
Erica you still out there? Bud Rome and my father Bubber LeBlanc were playmates as kids and close for many years afterward. I know Bud died but now when (Bubber just died in November 2009 at the age of 85). I'm working the family charts into some format for transmittal. Could I get you to complete one on your branch of the tree? You were too young I guess for the big LeBlanc reunions at St. Francis of Assisi in Smoke Bend - great food/fun. I hope this reaches you.
L. J. Guillot13th January 2010 - 9:51 PM
Sherry I was at that reunion. My mother was Elma Marie Le Blanc from Donaldsonville. Are you updating the original family tree? Email me if you need info from me. I now live in Alvin, TX.
amy canella18th February 2010 - 7:25 PM
You mentioned smoke bend. My grandfather was from there. His name was Samuel Leblanc. He married Edmonia Guillory. My mom was Mary Grace Leblanc. She had a cousin named Ives Ramirez. Do you know any of those people?
Craig Mixon2nd April 2010 - 4:21 PM
Hi Sherry,

Another cousin from Louisiana. My grandmother (Bernice Antoinette - we called her Bon-Bon) your grandfather's sister. I too live in the Dallas area. It is amazing how many descendants of Michaal and Elmier are out in the world. There used to be annual LeBlanc family reunions. My family sometimes went, but I think they have been discontinued, or I fell off the mailing list.
Leo LeBlanc22nd April 2010 - 4:06 PM
Hello Jean-Claude,

I ran across this email and, although it is 6 years old, you may be able to help me. My ancestor was also Daniel LeBlanc. I am planning a trip to Nova Scotia and would like to visit the site of Daniel's farm. However, i don't know exactly where in Nova Scotia did Daniel have his farm. Also, if you have found out where in France he was from, I would like to know that as well.

Thanks for your help.

Leo LeBlanc
Nicole23rd September 2010 - 11:17 AM
Hi to my distant cousins! I too have traced my roots back to Daniel LeBlanc. I am new to genealogy but am absolutely loving it! In reference to the book mentioned, there is another book also published "The LeBlanc Legacy" by Lynette LeBlanc Kleinpeter that covers 1626 - 1999. It has been a wealth of information for me.
Dawn Brown29th September 2010 - 11:02 AM
How interesting....I don't know exactly how I stumbled upon this forum, but I'm glad I did. I personally own a copy of The Book Of LeBlanc by Nora Lee Clouatre. My grandmother, Lee Anna Landry LeBlanc, is and has been VERY interested and involved in geneology of our family for my entire life. My grandfather is Cleveland Paul LeBlanc Sr., who just passed on Easter of 2009. My cousin and I are helping my grandmother to expand our family tree, adding in all the children of the cousins and their father's family lines, etc. I am new to geneology, but am loving every minute of it. So interesting to me. Reading through this I have recognized some names here and there. I'm sure that we are related through the LeBlanc lines. I know the LeBlanc books are a wealth of information to anyone who is interested in researching their LeBlanc lines.
Greg Tullier5th October 2010 - 10:37 AM
My grandfather was a Leblanc from smokebend, La. His brothers were Noah ,Andrew and Lionel. His name was Samuel. He had Two sisters Teleseed and Tula. Does this sound familiar to anyone. There dad was Duncan Kenner Leblanc.
Shrondann Henry4th July 2011 - 8:13 AM
I am trying to locate my grandmother's side of the LeBlanc family. I have very little information but hopefully something will pan out. My grandmother Emma Dell LeBlanc and her brother Wilford LeBlanc where both born in New Orleans. My grandmother Emma was the second child born on Aug 24, 1921, so Wilford her brother was her senior. Their parents where Ella Louise Diston and Wilford LeBlanc Sr also from New Orleans if i'm not mistaken. From the family stories, I remember Wilford Jr, also have a daughter and naming her after my grandmother, Emma Dell Leblanc (would be her maiden name) who was residing in New Orleans in the early 1980's...Any assistance you or anyone might be able to provide to help me on this journey would be must needed and greatly appreciated.

Thanking you in advance for your time, advice and assistance.
Seishin LeBlanc23rd July 2011 - 11:23 AM
Hello everyone! I have just stumbled upon this thread and I see that it has already been going for many years now. Anyways, I am also a member of the LeBlanc family. My father was Allen Paul LeBlanc Jr., and his father was Allen Paul LeBlanc Sr. My father was born and raised in New Orleans, and his father also lived in New Orleans. I am not sure if his father (my grandfather) was born in New Orleans or not, as I believe he may have come over directly from France. Unfortunately, that is literally all I know!
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Misty LeBlanc19th January 2012 - 10:44 AM
Hello! I've been wondering about lineage now for some time. My mother a "LeBlanc" and as was my grandfather (whom is deceased). Story has it that he came to Chicago from Louisiana. I know nothing of my heritage on that side and I'm very curious.... I don't have much information to go on since my mother has lost touch with her side of the family. As I am a LeBlanc I want to learn as much as I can about my name and where my family came from. Interesting enough I fell upon this web site. If anyone knows other tools I can use to dig back threw history please don't be shy!! Thanks!
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I am the granddaughter of Cleophus Joseph LeBlanc also known as "Lucky". My grandmother, his wife was Nathalie Chestnut LeBlanc. Together they had 9 children. Just wanted to know if I could find a copy of this book "The Book of LeBlanc's" I would love for my 2 boys to know more and I would also like to know more.
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Lynn LeBlanc1st November 2012 - 7:19 AM
I see that you are familar with the Paul and Lodoisca LeBlanc family. My great-grandfather was Adam Joseph LeBlanc married to Emelie Dille from Smoke Bend. I can't prove who Adam Joseph's father was. I believe it to be Pierre LeBlanc, the uncle of your Paul (and Lodoisca).
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darlene maurice cobb27th February 2013 - 10:47 AM
i am looking for information on veneau leblanc who was the father of alice m leblanc. her mother was katie cage. they lived in houma, louisiana. alice had a daughter by robert cook, her name is mildred cook. alice was born about 1890. i think there was a leblanc plantation during the time he fathered alice.
darlene maurice cobb27th February 2013 - 10:50 AM
the leblancs i know from monroe are mildred cook whose mother was the child of veneau and katie. the child was alice m leblanc cook.
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trying to find info on veneau leblanc who fathered a child, alice m by a woman named katie cage. alice was born in 1890 in monroe, louisiana.
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Roxane Leblanc Nicholson16th March 2013 - 6:17 PM
My grandmother was Emma LeBlanc from Dondalsonville. She was born In 1887. Her dad was Joseph LeBlanc and mom was Rebecca (I believe Naylor). She was full blood Indian . My grandma had a sister named Rosie, Ana, and at least 2 brothers. I know one was Charles. U have a picture of my great grandpa Joseph with 2 sons. Tring to get more info on them .
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Judy Babin7th May 2013 - 4:33 PM
Looking for info on the LeBlanc line JeanJacques/Rene/Daniel. I will be visiting Halifax, Grand Pre, Annapolis Royal, etc. in July 2014. Is there any particular thing I should not miss. Any advise you can give about the trip will be helpful.
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Dennis L. Alonzo27th August 2014 - 1:05 AM
The Pierre Paul (called Paul) LeBlanc who married Sidalese Gautreaux in 1820 and had Paul Leonard LeBlanc in 1821 was born in St. James Parish in 1795. I am sorry but I do not have his death date. His wife, Sidalese, died in 1829. He did have at least 10 brothers and sisters, one of whom was named Pierre LeBlanc. I have that Pierre married Aglae Braud and they had, at least, two children named Amelie and Clementine.
Judy15th September 2014 - 1:55 PM
Yes, thanks. I have all that too and in addition, Pierre married a 2nd time to Marie Aglae Lanoux. They had 9 children, one of which is my great grandfather Joseph Adam LeBlanc that married Emelie Dille in 1880 at Ascension of Our Lord Catholic Church in Donaldsonville, LA. Any info you have pertaining to him or his wife's family "the Dille's of Smoke Bend, LA" would be appreciated.

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