Archive for French Caribbean genealogy

French Heritage Museum, St. Thomas

The facade of the French Heritage Museum, St. Thomas, VI (site photo)

When visiting St. Thomas, feel free to visit the French Heritage Museum!

Located in central Carenage »»

9 – STT Births and Marriages

originally posted 05/06/2001

N denotes   Naissance or Birth
M denotes   Marriage
D denotes   Decede or Deceased
W denotes   Widow or Widower
NA denotes   Not Available »»

11 – STT Births and Marriages

originally posted 06/03/2001

N denotes   Naissance or Birth
M denotes   Marriage
D denotes   Decede or Deceased
W denotes   Widow or Widower
NA denotes   Not Available
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1 – First French In the Antilles

originally posted 02/15/2001

(by Anne Marie Danet)

It is a sad, sad state of affairs, when a people have been deprived of their history.  But what is even more »»

2 – First French in the Antilles

originally posted 02/16/2001

Most of these family names had already existed on the Mother-Island of Saint-Christophe, (now St. Kitts) for some years before they were sent to Saint-Barthelemy »»

3 – First French In the Antilles

originally posted 02/19/2001

…They had origins in Aquitaine, Flanders, Poitou, Burgundy, Provence, Saintonge and from the Province of Berry. They came from the towns and cities of La »»

1 – French in Puerto Rico

originally posted 02/21/2001

(by Anne Marie Danet)

From material supplied by Eduardo Questell of Ponce, Puerto Rico, there were many more persons who left Saint Barthelemy to establish themselves »»

2 – French in Puerto Rico

originally posted 02/21/2001

(The names have been translated from the Spanish back to the original French.  All were registered in Spanish for convenience of the language)

…From the »»

3 – French in Puerto Rico

originally posted 02/21/2001

All the information on the list of Baptisms and of Marriages were contributed by Eduardo Questell of Ponce, Puerto Rico.  Eduardo is a descendant »»