I had written this earlier this week. It was to be posted after my intermission. I am not making this up.
Never think for a second that you know everything about ancestors and how to find them.
I could not find how Abraham Duby was linked to the first Dubé ancestor to set foot in America.
Now I think I know why.
I knew everything about Mathurin Dubé and some of his descendants, but I still couldn’t find Abraham Duby’s parents.
I really tried. Throwing the towel is not what I do usually. But in Abraham’s case I was thinking I should.
Throwing the towel is the hardest part when you are searching for your ancestors.
It’s much easier to keep looking.
This is what got me going again…
You are so right. START SMALL-START SLOW.
I tried to connect with Dan Hrlic but he no longer is with Yahoo.
But by doing so I have found out that Peter Dubia is supposed to have married a Canadian Indian Princess named Laura Barney. This just seems bizarre to me.
How about you?
Also the first names that were given to children in these two families (Dague-Dubie) are repeated over and over again by brothers and sisters, with an occasional odd name thrown in.
They also seem to have been a close group because when I track a Dubie to a place a Dague relative shows up there too. It truly is a small world.
Were Dubés also living in Notre-Dame-du-Rosaire parish around the same time period as the Daigles in the early 1800s?
Is there any information about a Abraham Dubé born around 1797 in St-Hyacinthe where the Yamaska river flows?
Is the calculated birthyear found on Abraham Duby a valid information?
1884 – 87 = 1797
We know we can’t rely on information even on “official” documents.