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[[Category:Donaldsonville, Louisiana]]
== Biography ==
== Biography ==
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Isabel, born in Acadia Nova Scotia about 1751, was the daughter of Marie Magdalene Landry and Desiré LeBlanc (1).
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Isabel, born in Acadia, Nova Scotia about 1751, was the daughter of Marie Magdalene Landry and Desiré LeBlanc.<ref name=marr />
The inhabitants of Les Mines (Grand-Pré, Rivière-aux-Canards and Pigiguit were deported aboard 14 ships on October 27, with supplementary deportations on December 13 and 20 on four other ships.
The inhabitants of Les Mines (Grand-Pré, Rivière-aux-Canards and Pigiguit were deported aboard 14 ships on October 27, with supplementary deportations on December 13 and 20 on four other ships.
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Isabel was exiled by the British with her family from Acadia to Maryland on the ship Ranger in October 1755 (2)
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Isabel was exiled by the British with her family from Acadia to Maryland on the ship Ranger in October 1755.<ref>Lucie LeBlanc Consentino, ''Acadian and French Canadian Ancestral Home'', online article by Paul Delaney (1998), "[http://www.acadian-home.org/Paul-Delaney-Chronology.html The Chronology of the Deportations and Migrations of the Acadians 1755-1816]"
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The Information listed on the ship Ranger as follows: "The sloop Ranger left Pisiquid on October 27, 1755 arriving in Maryland on November 30, 1755 with 263 Acadians" (3).
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The Information listed on the ship Ranger as follows: "The sloop Ranger left Pisiquid on October 27, 1755 arriving in Maryland on November 30, 1755 with 263 Acadians."<ref name=1763census />
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During their detention for years in Maryland they are listed in "The census of July 7th 1763 of "Neutral Inhabitants of Acadia detained at Oxford MD 7 July Oxford Maryland" Désiré LEBLANC, Marie, his wife, Magdne and Isaac LEBLANC, Marie and Jérome LEBLANC, Désiré LEBLANC, Elizabeth and Anne LEBLANC, Ozith and Benjamin LEBLANC, Anselme LEBLANC. (4)
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During their detention for years in Maryland they are listed in the census of July 7th 1763 of "Neutral Inhabitants of Acadia detained at Oxford MD 7 July Oxford Maryland": Désiré LEBLANC, Marie, his wife, Magdne and Isaac LEBLANC, Marie and Jérome LEBLANC, Désiré LEBLANC, Elizabeth and Anne LEBLANC, Ozith and Benjamin LEBLANC, Anselme LEBLANC.<ref name=1763census>Lucie LeBlanc Consentino, ''Acadian and French Canadian Ancestral Home'', "[http://www.acadian-home.org/acadians-maryland.html Acadians in Maryland]," 1763 Acadian census transcription of Oxford, Maryland
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She came to Louisiana in 1766 and was recorded in the Cabahannocee 1769 census. At that time census shows "IsIzabelle age 18 living with her parents and 8 siblings" (5).
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She came to Louisiana in 1766 and was recorded in the Cabahannocee 1769 census. At that time census shows "IsIzabelle age 18 living with her parents and 8 siblings."<ref>Need Cabahannocee 1769 census (Isabel at 18)
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On April 18, 1775 Isabel LeBlanc, daughter of Marie Magdalene Landry and Desiré LeBlanc, married Joseph Landry at the Ascension Church Donaldsonville LA (1.)
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On April 18, 1775 Isabel married Joseph Landry at the Ascension Church in Donaldsonville, Louisiana.<ref name=marr>Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records ("DOBR"), 1707-1900 (Diocese of Baton Rouge Archives: Baton Rouge, La., 1978-2007), vol. 2, pp. 429, 464;
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* LANDRY, Joseph (Joseph & Marie Josephe Bourg) m. 18 Apr. 1775, Elisabeth LE BLANC (Desire & Marie Magdalene Landry, Acadians) wit. Pierre Landry & Augustin Bijeaud (ASC-1, 130)
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* LEBLANC, Elizabeth (Desire & Marie Magdalene Landry, Acadians) m. 18 Apr. 1775, Joseph LANDRY (Joseph & Marie Josephe Bourg, Acadians) wit. Pierre Landry & Augustin Bijeaus (ASC-1, 130)
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Census shows they had one child, Louis Alexander Landry, who was born
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Census shows they had one child, Louis Alexander Landry,<ref>Need census document for census showing Joseph, Isabel & Louis 1776
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12 May,1776. (6).
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who was born 12 May 1776.<ref>DOBR, vol. 2, p. 433; citing (ASC-1, 38)
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Isabel died prior to 1779, as signified in Joseph's marriage to Marie Ann Bujol.
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Isabel died prior to 1779, as signified in Joseph's marriage to Marie Ann Bujol. <ref>DOBR, vol. 2, p. 167;
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:BUJOL, Anna (Joseph & Anna LeBlanc) m. 25 Nov. 1779, Joseph LANDRY, widower of Ysabel Le Blanc (parents not given) wit. Carlos Lincour & Jerome LeBlanc (ASC-1, p. 138)
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"BUJOL, Anna (Joseph & Anna LeBlanc) m. 25 Nov. 1779, Joseph LANDRY, widower of Ysabel Le Blanc (parents not given) wit. Carlos Lincour & Jerome LeBlanc ". (8)
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== Sources ==
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1.( ASC-1, 130). Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records v. 2 1770-1803 p.429.
 
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2. Delaney, Paul, 1998. The Chronology of the Deportations and Migrations of the Acadians 1755-1816. www.acadian-home.org/
 
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(Use search bar on left side of website).
 
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3.http://www.acadian-home.org/acadians-maryland.html
 
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4. CENSUS OF THE NEUTRAL INHABITANS OF ACADIA DETAINED AT OXFORD, IN MARYLAND7 JULY 1763
 
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http://www.acadian-home.org/acadians-maryland.html
 
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5. Need Cabahannocee 1769 census (Isabel at 18)
 
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6. ( ASC-1, 130). Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records v. 2 1770-1803 p.429.
 
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7. Census document for census showing Joseph, Isabel & Louis 1776
 
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8. Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records ("DOBR"), 1707-1900 (Diocese of Baton Rouge Archives: Baton Rouge, La., 1978-2007), ASC-1, p. 138.
 


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