These pages are dedicated to
with deep appreciation from
all of her families.
PIERRE LABORDE and MODESTE LaCOUR
If you are looking for the descendants of
Dr. Pierre Laborde and Modeste Lacour, please
get in touch with me. As you can well imagine,
there are thousands of us. Edna Rabalais alone
has over 200 documented pages of Labordes
with tons more to go.
I am descended from two of the sons of
Pierre Laborde II and Modeste Gagnard,
Leandre and Francois.
There are several LABORDE projects in the
process of being written right now - each from
a different perspective. We should have them
all by the end of 2001, so check back often
for "new" news.
in Tartas, France.
Would you like to actually
SEE The Laborde Family Records
in Tartas, France?
Now, here is a little "mystery"
solved. Was it Lamue or Larrue?
It was Lamue, but look at this
Please visit Laborde Descendants
to see the descendency of members of the
Laborde Family Home Page. Contact me to have
your descendency added.
Yes, I know I'm slow. Will catch up soon.
See Tartas, France.
Tartas is the home of Dr. Pierre Laborde.
This page has some great pictures of
Tartas taken in the Spring of 2001. The
pictures are so good that they are almost
like being there. Be sure to pan all the way
across so you don't miss anything.
CLAUDE JUNEAU dit LATULIPPE and
MARIE FRANCOISE LEMOINE dit NORMAND
I am descended from this couple a total of
six times: twice through daughter Ursule,
twice through son Joseph, once through
daughter Judith, and once through daughter
Francoise. ...which brings up the subject of
The true parentage of Claude Juneau
dit Latulippe and Constance L'Arche is
on this site, as well as on the
L'Archeveque / Alere page.
JEAN GAUDET and MARIE D'AUSSY
Surnames associated with our
Gaudet / D'Aussy descendency include:
Gaudet, D'Aussy, Aucoin,Thibodeaux,
Brasseaux, Jeansonne, Guillot,
Juneau, Laborde, Moore, Dykes
Marie-Rose Brasseaux Jeansonne
GUILLAUME L'ARCHEVEQUE and JEANNE ALERE
Surnames associated with our
L'Archeveque / Alere descendency include:
L’Archeveque, Alere, Le Quay,Bardet,
L’Arche, Phillipeau, Juneau dit Latulippe,
Lemoine, Laborde, Guillot, Moore, Dykes
Here, you will find the “true” parentage
of Joseph Juneau dit Latulippe
and Constance L’Arche
His name was
Chief of the Illini Confederation.
Marie Rouensa is here, as well.
Please visit these pages. Our own tribe is
Kaskaskia. "Breath of Life" - by one of our
cousins, noted South Louisiana artist
- is the best representation I have seen of
the spirit that is bringing us back together.
"Our ancestors flow like many streams to
make a mighty river. See their spirits in
the looking glass. You have seen their
Spirit forever... You belong to the nation
of our ancestors, a nation among many nations.
Now we are strong because we are one."
from "'Spirit', a journey in dance drums and song"
Conceived and composed by Peter Buffet c.1998
Back Row Productions c.1999 PolyGram Video
SIMON LaCOUR and MARGUERITE LEONARD
The Labordes are also descended from
Simon LaCour and Marguerite Leonard. I am
descended from this couple three times.
New web page for them coming soon.
See the home of Nicolas LaCour.
This home is the oldest surviving structure
in the Mississippi River Valley. Nicolas
LaCour and Perrine Brett are my
7-g-grandparents through two of their children.
Although many believe that all French
people in Louisiana are "Cajuns," this is
not the case. We are FRENCH CREOLES.
We are not Acadians.
The Acadians came to Louisiana much later.
These are the surnames of the
original FRENCH CREOLES and their origins.