Other Lamoreaux People
The Lamoreaux family move
back into The United States after 1836.

In 1836, Parley P. Pratt brought
the gospel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
to Canada. There was also a political unrest referred to as
the Mackenzie's Rebellion at about this time. Many people left to
escape consequences of it.
The names of our Lamoreaux people who
left Canada for Ohio in 1837 & 1838 are:
John McCord and Abigail Losee Lamoreaux ,
their sons,
David Burlock Lamoreaux  and
Andrew Losee Lamoreaux, and
Henry Earl Lamoreaux;
daughter, Susan Lamoreaux and Jason (Jacinthe) Brunelle;  
John’s brother,
Joshua Lamoreaux and  wife Ann Cross;  
his daughter,
Deborah and her husband  John Leithead;
John’s sisters Jerusha and Henry Earl, and
Jemima and Archibald Wright.
How many of them joined the C
Their father
Joshua Lamoreaux died in 1834.

Some of these families moved on with the
Latter-day Saints
Nauvoo and on further west to Utah .
Some of the families stayed and settled other
mid-western and eastern US states.
Andrew Losee Lamoreaux,
was the son of John McCord and Abigail Losee Lamoreaux.
His wife
was Isabelle Locy died. He then married a widow, Isabelle
W Rogers
in 1832
Andrew L is listed with a family of 7 in 1838
Andrew was called to be
President of the French Mission

Short History of Andrew Losee Lamoreaux

Andrew Lamoreaux
from LDS Biographical Encyclopedia
John and Deborah Lamoreaux Leithead
Deborah was a cousin of my David B Lamoreaux,
the d
aughter of my John’s brother
Joshua and Ann Cross Lamoreaux. They left Canada probably
the year after
our Lamoreaux families left. John's journal tells of
the trip from Toronto to Kirtland and  Adam-ondi-Ahman.

The Leitheads also settled "The Muddy" with m
y Asay family.
He kept a journal of his travels.
A part of his journal is included here:
Short Sketch of John Leithead
Also click here for an announcement of the new book
The Eighteenth Century Lamoureux Family
of the Hudson Valley

by David Kendall Martin published in 2008