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Reply Jackie Massey
10:52 PM on August 18, 2016 
Thank you for sharing. Great stories should not be forgotten.
Reply Cynthia Beverforden
5:11 PM on February 24, 2014 
My Nephew is descended from this line. His Grandfather is Curtis Cobb son of Dora Marie Moran. Curtis was born on Cat Island.
Reply Sandi Bates
11:03 AM on August 6, 2012 
What a wonderful discovery! I love your site! I had been working on my Saucier roots when I came across your website. I recently found a lot of our Saucier family traveled down the Mississippi to Kaskaskia, Illinois which was part of the Louisiana Purchase. This area is rich with Saucier ancestors. I was able to visit the fort that Jean Baptiste Saucier and Gabrielle Savary's son, Francois Saucier built in Kaskaskia. Francois would be my 6th great grand uncle. I took many pictures of the fort and of the historical house owned and lived in by my 5th great grand uncle Francois and Angelique LaPensee. The fort and the house are historical sights in Illinois.
Reply patty saucier morein hogue
8:34 PM on July 15, 2011 
My maternal Gr.FA.was Jean Batist Saucier ,also an uncle ,and cousin. We are from Ville Platte ,La. My family spoke only cajun French growing up. Now, only the older folks do. Its a lost language. My bro is Bernard Morein fr. Laf, La. Enjoyed the history so much!
Reply Cheryl Slover
1:01 AM on July 13, 2011 
Hi, Michelle... I've exchanged e-mails with you on Ancestry website. I'm the granddaughter of Earl Saucier (father also Earl D Saucier, mother Marion White). I have information to add to your geneology. If you would like, please contact me. Thanks!
Reply Daniele Simpson
1:30 PM on July 7, 2011 
Hello, a good friend of mine shared your site with me and I was very pleased reading these stories. I must ask, do you happen to haven any written or recorded accounts of the French that was spoken here on the Gulf Coast? My family are local Creoles and despite speaking French myself I'm 99% sure that I don't speak the same way that my great grandfather spoke French. Any info would be appreciated
Reply Georgia Pennington
11:39 AM on January 28, 2011 
I really enjoyed the information you have collected. I am descended from Marie Gabrielle Savary and Jean Baptiste Saucier. I was really excited to read about them both and of their lineage. Keep on with the good work. Georgia (Wood) Pennington
Reply Kay Ladner Mobley
4:01 PM on November 4, 2009 
I am the daughter of H.C. "Blackie" Ladner. Reading the history of the brothers & sisters brings back such memories.
Spending the night with Cookie & Janice & family, when you're Mom lived by the railroad tracks. Memories & photos of vacations to Aunt Maries, and staying with Aunt Hattie & girls.
Tell mom to e-mail me, or anyone, ([email protected])
Reply Chelsa Ladner Turner
3:11 AM on October 22, 2009 
Hello I am the daughter of Charles Russell Ladner and Grand Daughter of Harold Charles Ladner (Uncle Vic's youngest brother). I loved reading Uncle Vic's Stories. Thank you for all you have done to bring bits of my family's history into my heart.
Reply Nancy Odom
1:30 PM on October 5, 2009 
I am a direct decendant of Charles Saucier who settled in Mobile from Quebec. I have a very extensive family geneology that was compiled by others that was handed down by my cousin who is now deceased. I would be interested in any more information you have on the Saucier side.