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My Lamoreaux Ancestry
goes from my mother, Buena Lamoreaux, through her father's line,
Ray Delos Lamoreaux, Archibald Orrell Lamoreaux, David Burlock
Lamoreaux, John McCord Lamoreaux, Joshua Lamoreaux, Daniel
Lamoreaux,  Andre Lamoreaux and Suzanne deLaTour
to their parents Daniel Lamoureux and Marie Touchay,
and Daniel Delatour and Jeanne Meurail.
I am pleased to announce that  A new genealogy
The Eighteenth Century Lamoureux Family of the Hudson Valley
by David Kendall Martin,
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Lamoreaux Ancestry
There have been several Lamoreaux Histories written.
Some that I have included here are:
“AS THE LaMOREAUX's APPROACH 300 YEARS IN
AMERICA”
“A LINE OF DESCENT”
The Life Story of David Burlock Lamoreaux
“AS THE LaMOREAUX's APPROACH 300 YEARS IN AMERICA
By   R. Duane LaMoreaux, July 4, 1991
Duane LaMoreaux compiled this history and sent it to me. I share it
here for you to read and evaluate. Some of this information was brand
new to me. Some I have proven other things need to be researched in
more detail.
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“A LINE OF DESCENT”
This is a compilation of the history of the first six generations of Lamoreaux
in America. French Huguenot Emigré - Andre Lamoreaux - 1660-1706
Compiled by Brother Carl William Smith, C.S.C. - A Fifth Great Grandson
“... a retired Holy Cross Priest from Michigan … a gggrandson of James
Lamoreaux Sr. (wife:Martha Cross) who was a brother to …John McCord
Lamoreaux and lived near Toronto, Canada. …Brother Carl donated a
copy of his work to Salt Lake LDS library…”
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Life Story of David Burlock Lamoreaux
Written by Edith Ivins Lamoreaux, a daughter-in-law
Stories of David and the Lamoreaux family
gathered as Edith listened to her father-in-law tell
his family history.  We are greatly indebted to her
for preserving these wonderful stories.
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Other Histories include Harold Dane Lamoreaux

What else?
Elie Neau, Huguenot associate of Andre Lamoreaux
Elie Neau was captured by French Privateers, as was
our Andre’, but he was taken back into France, where
he was held for five years in galleys, prisons, and
dungeons. Here are some details of his story.