Died in Plattenville, Assumption Parish, Louisiana, United States
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Andre Etienne Leblanc was born on 16 August 1791 at New Orleans, Louisiana New Spain. His parents were Etienne Leblanc and Osite Leblanc of Acadia.
He married Margarita Luisa Landry on 10 Feb 1812 in Church of the Assumption, Plattenville, Assumption Parish, Louisiana.
During the 1850 census, they lived in Assumption Parish.
↑Sacramental records of the Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of New Orleans, Earl C. Woods, editor (New Orleans, La.: N.O. Archdiocese, 1987);
LE BLANC, Andres Estevan (Estevan and Osita LE BLANC, natives of Acadia), b. Apr. 16, 1792, bn. Aug. 16, 1791, pgp. Estevan LE BLANC and Isabel BOUDRAU, Acadians, mgp. Desiderio LE BLANC and Maria LANDRY, Acadians, s. Andres DE ARMESTO, secretary of the government, absent, p. Manuel DE LARA, and Sinforosa DEL PRADO Y NAVARETTE (SLC, B11, 193)
↑ Ancestry.com, "1850 United States Federal Census," Congressional District 2, Assumption, Louisiana; NARA microfilm publication M432, roll 229, page 69A
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