Michelle  (Saucier) Ladner

Michelle (Saucier) Ladner

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Michelle Ladner formerly Saucier
Born 1960s.
Ancestors ancestors
Daughter of and [private mother (1940s - unknown)]
Sister of [private sister (1960s - unknown)] and [private brother (1970s - unknown)]
Mother of [private son (1990s - unknown)], [private daughter (1990s - unknown)] and [private son (1990s - unknown)]
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Saucier-101 created 5 Oct 2012 | Last modified | Last edit: 17 Jul 2017
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Biography

My grandfather instilled in me the love for family history. He always said it was important to know where we came from because like the saying, Without the Past, There is No Future.

My family is one of the oldest families on the Gulf Coast. They came in 1699 from Canada with D'Iberville. We have a rich and fantastic heritage here on the Coast. One worth remembering and sharing.

I have dedicated well over 20 years in researching the families of the Coast including, Saucier, Ladner, Morin/Moran, Cuevas, Nicaise/Necaise, Dedeaux, Dubuisson, and many others.

Michelle Ladner Image 2

My Website: A Lagniappe of Ms Gulf Coast Families

My Blog: Gulf Coast Lagniappe


I found that AJ Jacobs and I have 23 degrees of separation. I am connected!

Michelle is 23 steps away from A.J. Jacobs in the global family tree!


Notable Ancestors

Louis Saucier France/Canada

Marguerite Gaillard Filles du Roi

Jean Baptiste Saucier A recruit of Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville to settle the Louisiana Colony in 1699.

Gabrielle Savary Pelican Girl or Casket Girl

Marie Angelique Girard La Baleine Bride

Urbain Baudreau dit Graveline

Jean Bastarache Acadian

Jacques Bourgeois Acadian

Guyon Chiasson Acadian

Germain Doucet Acadian

Abraham Dugas Acadian

Jean Gaudet Acadian

Antoinette Landry Acadian

Pierre Martin Acadian

Pierre Morin dit Boucher Acadian

Joseph Orillion Acadian

Guillaume Trahan Acadian

Marie-Catherine Olivie Vigneau Acadian

Hélène Desportes Québécois

Guillaume Hébert Québécois

Christian Ladner Pioneer of the Louisiana Colony

Juan de Cuevas Pioneer of the Louisiana Colony

Jean Baptiste Nicaise Pioneer of the Louisiana Colony

Luke Ward Conerly Author





Books I Own


  • Abstracts of the Civil Records of St. Charles Parish 1770-1803 by Glenn R. Conrad
  • Abstracts of St. John the Baptist Parish Civil Records 1757-1798 by Judy Riffel
  • A Girl From Texas The Life of Ruth Conerly by S.E. Wolf
  • Archdiocese of New Orleans Sacramental Records Volume 4 1784-1790
  • Bay St. Louis Mississippi Celebrating 100 Years of Incorporation 1858-1958
  • Bayou St. John In Colonial Louisiana 1699-1803 by Edna B. Freiberg
  • Biographical Historical Memories of Mississippi Vol. I and Vol. II
  • Bonapartists in the Borderlands French Refugees on the Gulf Coast 1815-1835 by Rafe Blaufard
  • Buxton Lawn and Mary Dawson, List of Their Descendents and of the Members of the Families with which They are Allied and Connected by Thomas Layton 1875
  • Cat Island The History of a Mississippi Gulf Coast Barrier Island by John Cuevas
  • Descendants of Irish immigrant John Wilkinson (1726-1806) by William Amel Sausaman
  • Descendants of John Anderson and Sarah Davis Compiled by Kathy Anderson Goss
  • Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records Acadian Records Vol !a 1707-1748
  • Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records Pointe Coupee Records Vol 1b 1722-1769
  • Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records Volume 2 1770-1803
  • Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records Volume 3 1804-1819
  • Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records Volume 4 1820-1829
  • Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records Volume 5 1830-1839
  • Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records Volume 6 1840-1847
  • Enrollment in the Five Civilized Tribes, Hearings Before the Subcommittee of the Committee of Indian Affairs
  • Gabrielle's People by Walter J. Saucier
  • Gulf Coast Colonials A Compendium of French Families in Early Eighteenth Century Louisiana by Winston de Ville
  • History of the Acadians by Bona Arsenault
  • Huey Family History by V.H. Huey
  • Iberville Parish Records Vol. 3 by Judy Riffel
  • Iberville Parish Records Part II by Judy Riffel
  • The Ladner and Ladnier Chronicles by Leonard L. Slade Sr.
  • Life History of Juan de Cuevas History of Cat Island and life of Christian Ladner by Franklin J. Cuevas
  • Louisiana's Loss, Mississippi's Gain A History of Hancock County Mississippi by Robert G. Scharff
  • Love's Legacy: The Mobile Marriages Recorded in French, Transcribed, with Annotated Abstracts in English, 1724-1786 by Jacqueline Olivier Vidrine
  • Marriage Records of Marion County, Mississippi 1812-1860 Compiled by Mrs. Robert Chester Upton
  • Military Record of Louisiana by Napier Bartlett
  • Napoleon's Soldiers in America by Simone de la Souchere Delery
  • Nathchitoches Parish Louisiana Marriage Records 1817-1900
  • Old Mobile Fort Louis de la Louisiane 1702-1711 by Jay Higgenbotham
  • Pike County Mississippi 1798-1876 by Luke Ward Conerly
  • The Census Tables for the French Colony of Louisiana from 1699 Through 1732
  • The Family History of Peter Quin by Madge Quin Fugler
  • The Ladner Odyssey by Nap Cassibry
  • The Ligon Family and Connections Vol. II by William D. Ligon Jr.
  • The New Orleans French 1720-1733 A Collection of Marriage Records by Winston de Ville
  • The Prestons of Smithfield and Greenfield in Virginia by John Frederick Dorman
  • Wilderness Families of the Gulf Coast by Placide D. Nicaise
  • Wilkinson and Kindred Families by M.M. Wilkinson

Sources


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Followed Tags
Michelle is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
ACADIA
Where a majority of my ancestors are from
ARBORISTS
Arborist Volunteer
EUROARISTO
Many complicated family lines to Europe
LADNER
My maternal family line as well as my spouses.
LOUISIANA
Where my family lived and my neighboring state
LOUISIANA_FAMILIES
A majority of my family hail from Louisiana
MENTORS
Project Volunteer
MERGES
An important part of Wikitree
MERGING
Arborist
MISSISSIPPI
My home. Many of my ancestors were founding member's of this state.
NICAISE
A descendancy line
PHOTO_OF_THE_WEEK
Love the photos associated with this project
PRE-1500
Many of my lines are pre-1500
QUEBECOIS
Many of my family were Quebecois
SAUCIER
My paternal line
SOUTHERN_COLONIES
Where I live and my ancestors settled
US_CIVIL_WAR
I have several ancestors who fought in the War Between the States.
US_HISTORY
Very interested in US History.


DNA Connections
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Michelle by comparing test results with other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA. However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line. It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Michelle:

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Questions

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On 17 Jul 2017 at 00:23 GMT Tracy Sedlacek wrote:

Thank you so much Michelle. Looking forward to contributing.

Tracy

On 16 Jul 2017 at 02:56 GMT Natalie Zmud wrote:

HI Michelle, thanks for your welcome note. I do have a few questions before I can start my profile. I was adopted and I have done my Ancestry DNA test. I do know my birth name and my birth mother's name. I am not really sure if I should be using my birth name, my adopted name? I read the section on adoption here and I see I should be using my biological family tree and should only make one profile. Any other advice? I don't have my birth father's name but have all my non-identifying information. Thanks for your help!

Natalie

On 15 Jul 2017 at 18:34 GMT Margaret (Gabbard) DiPretoro wrote:

Hi Michelle, Thanks for the warm welcome and offer to help. I do have a question regarding my GEDCOM and DNA. I attached both to my profile on Thursday, but neither have made any changes whatsoever (that I can tell). I know that the DNA is updated daily, but I have trouble believing that I have no matches to anyone on Wikitree.

How long will it be until the GEDCOM data will be available to me here? Have I done anything wrong? Thanks in advance!

On 15 Jul 2017 at 09:49 GMT Gill Malbon wrote:

Hi Michelle, many thanks for asking how I'm doing. I'm adding profiles of family members at the moment and paying attention to sources to confirm the facts. Enjoying learning my way round the site and going through the help pages, doing OK so far.

On 15 Jul 2017 at 04:13 GMT Scott Zettervall wrote:

Michelle,

So far I have simply added people profiles. I cite my self recollection for much of the data. Should I be using public record sources instead?

On 15 Jul 2017 at 02:23 GMT James McMullen Jr wrote:

Hi Michelle,

Thanks for checking in on how I'm doing. I'm doing OK, I think! There's lots to take in and sort through. It seems like I can get going down lots of different " rabbit trails". But it is very interesting! Thanks!

On 15 Jul 2017 at 01:35 GMT Elaine McKeen wrote:

Thanks Michelle. I'm a bit worried about how I'm going to enter all my family data with the preferred format for source citations. I have always added my sources at the end of each event rather than having pages of endnotes. I have a lot of collateral family research to help me find connections and I can't imagine reentering all of it. I would love any advice.

On 14 Jul 2017 at 20:28 GMT David Place wrote:

Thanks Michelle. At least I see from the posts that I am on the same track as others suggested so it isn't incompetence that is keeping me from moving forward:-) I will just keep looking. I really think we go to the Yorkshire area before London but we will see. I know this because I found a 4 step separated person in Yorkshire with a tree to another Place surname fellow in California who matches me 110/111. Can't get much closer.

Dave Place Selkirk, Manitoba Canada

On 14 Jul 2017 at 20:27 GMT Laurie Power wrote:

Thank you so much!

On 14 Jul 2017 at 18:13 GMT Elizabeth (Gilbert) Penfield wrote:

Thank you for asking. I was wondering if there is an easy way to go from myself to where I add a family member. Right now I use the lick that I received in an email.

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