Upriver Families: Acadian Roots and Creole Heritage

Three women – mother, daughter, cousin – set out on an ancestor quest, inspired by their aunt who lived to 102. The genealogical search reconnected them with relatives living in the upriver parishes, primarily St. John the Baptist and St. Charles, 30 miles north of New Orleans. It lead back 14 generations to original French settlers in 1600s Acadia (Nova Scotia).

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Leonide Martin
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Kathi Bonnabel
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