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Labrie Name Study

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Surname/tag: Labrie
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I have some new information on Labrie shared by Laird-1 "The dit name Labrie is NOT limited to this family. The name Labrie stems from la Brie, and got assigned to more than one military immigrant from France who originated in the area of Brie." Wonderful news. Does anyone else care to share?
posted by Judith (Labrie) Srom
I have found, in my ancestral line, that Labrie was originally a dit name. I believe it started with Louis Mignot Born 1620 in Île-de-France, France, Died after Nov 1689 in Saint-Germain-Laxis, Île-de-France, France married to Jeanne Chaillou formerly Chazou, Born about 1625 in Île-de-France, France, Died after Feb 1671 in Saint-Germain-Laxis, Île-de-France, France. They married before 1664 in France. Their son is Jean (Jean Baptiste) Mignot dit Labrie, Born about 1665 [uncertain] in Saint-Germain-Laxis, Île-de-France, France. Next the Mignot changes to Mignault, Mignau, Migneau, Mignotte and seems to end with Migneault dit or dite (depending on gender) Labrie or I've found other spellings to be Labri, Labbe, LaBrie, Labry, I really believe people could not spell back then. I see there is a line of LaBries in the Dakotas, I would like to know where they originated from. Also, I see Labrie has stayed in Canada, I would like to know their origination. Lets all get together and let each other know what they have found on Labrie. We must all be related some how, lets find out.
posted by Judith (Labrie) Srom
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