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Coni Dubois
Address: PO Box 1089 Gray LA 70359
Cell: (985) 271-1255
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  1. Georgia Laverty

     /  January 23, 2013

    Coni am doing my DNA also through but mine is on my moms father Joseph Nalette. Will let you know the results ok.

  2. Hi Coni,

    Sorry I’ve been out of touch for so long! I know you have me your family tree a year or so ago when you helped me organize mine of Family Tree Maker; however, due to some serious computer problems a while back, I lost your tree. I need to confirm that our most recent connection is through your Caroline Gendron whose younger sister was Helena Gendron (children of Sophie and Raphael Gendron). Helena is my gg grandmother. Is this our most recent connection? If so, I’m wondering why we’re not showing up on Ancestry as matches? What is your name so I can tell if I’m matching with you?

    Cousin Barb Nolan (nee Turnbull)

  3. Coni, I’m sure you may have come across them, but I don’t see any reference on your booklist. There were 2 Doty’s who wrote New York, particularly Livingston County Histories Edward L. and Lockwood L. Doty


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