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DeBlois family history from France to America

Blois, Ralph S.

DeBlois family history from France to America

by Blois, Ralph S.

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Published by R.S. Blois in [Woodburn, OR] (729 S. Columbia Dr., Woodburn 97071) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blois family.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementby Ralph S. Blois & Emma N. Blois.
    ContributionsBlois, Emma N. 1924-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.B653 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination49 p. :
    Number of Pages49
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL449618M
    LC Control Number98163676

    The origins of the name Coffin, have be subjected to decades of research and speculation. Many different theories have been proposed to explain the origin of the name Coffin, and who the first Coffin was. In the Coffin family, tradition has it that the name is of Norman origin, Coffin was originally spelled Cophin, then Coffyn, and now Coffin. This family history, puts the first recorded Co. WikiTree Tools. Here are additional tools to help genealogists collaborate on WikiTree to grow Grégoire's family history. Activity Feed Here you can view the additions and changes that WikiTree members have made to Grégoire's profile so far.. Edit Profile and Relationships Grégoire's edit page is the central location for adding information and correcting mistakes.

    2 days ago  This Is How Eisenhower Rose From West Point Cadet To America's Top Commander. Dwight Eisenhower’s military career and the key contacts he . Driggs - Driggs; History of an American Family; Book Two, L. Lynne Driggs, Du Bois - The American Descendants of Chretien Du Bois of Wicres, France; Part One through Part Twenty , William Heidgerd.

    Another Huguenot family known as LeFerree, Ferree, Ferrie, Fuehre, Fierre, Firre, Ferie, were of the nobility of France, and originally seated at Forchamps, in Lower Normandy. The founder of the family was Robert Ferree, who in A.D. was confirmed to an extensive estate. (See "Nobility of Normandy," Vol. 11, p Stapleton, p. 10O). Early twentieth century attempts to historicize the family were thus produced by sociologists: Arthur W. Calhoun's three-volume History of the American Family (), for example, closely aligns familial change with economic change. During the s, University of Chicago sociologists Robert Parks and Ernest Burgess devised a theory of family.


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