Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Hi everyone!

A book, THE LIVINGSTON FAMILY ALIVE AND WELL, based on this blog was professionally published in July 2013. This 86 page hardcover book is still available. They are $20 each plus $15 for shipping.

Hurry! There are only 15 copies left! If you would like a copy, please email me at dnow163@gmail.com for directions on how to receive your copy today.


  1. Dear Deborah,

    Based on your work The Livingston Family History, perhaps you can help me regarding my family ancestry.

    Please allow me to induce myself, my name is Ken Denich and I am the grandson of Julliette Johnson (nee Lafreniere) daughter of Louis Napoléon Lafrenière (born 1864) and granddaughter of Ovide Benjamin Lafreniáere (born 1837) and Marie Lafrenière (née Maurice).

    Based on your blog, you note that Ovide Benjamin was the son Antoine (born 1799) and Magdeleine Lestard St-Onge McTavish. And that Antoine (born 1799) parents were Antoine Charles Lupien Lafrenière (born 1762) and Josphe Banhaic Lamontagne Beaulieu.

    Also you note that Antoine Charles Lupien Lafrenière (born 1762), parents were Joseph Lupien Desrosiers Lafrenière (born before 1722) and Marie Anne Dupuy. In addition you state that Joseph Lupien Desrosiers Lafrenière (born 1722) parents were Joseph Lupien LaFreniere Baron (born 1701) and Marie-Anne Lemire (Gaucher). All which I believe is true.

    I have a couple of questions.

    Is there any family connection( IF ANY), of the above family as it relates to your discussion of Antoine Desrosiers I and Anne Leneuf,Antoine Desrosiers II and Marie-Renee Lepelle Desmarais, Antoine Dersosiers Lafrenière III and Marie Angelique Piette Trempe, and Joseph Desrosiers dit Lafreniere wed Marie Madeleine Petit Bruneau. IF so who is the family connection?

    Is it correct to assume that Antoine Lafreniere born in St. Croix, Ontario in 1800 was is not the child of Jean-Baptiste Desrosiers Lafreniere and Marie Marguerite Loiseau?

    I Thank You in advance.


  2. Please note: the family book is SOLD OUT.