I don't know of any brothers, sisters, or parents he may have left behind.
Louis Laurent LaBille
Birth abt 1753 in Yèvres (Champ),France
Lived in Paris
Death 30 Oct 1841 in Maryland, USA
There is an entry for a marriage or a divorce in Paris for Louis Laurent LABILLE and Marie Catherine PERROT on Juy 22th 1793
On Filae (behind a pay wall), you will find cards mentionning the same couple. A marriage in Paris, Saint-Côme parish, 02/APR/1783
His card gives the following iinformation
Laville Ls Laurent
Ls et charlois madne
2 avril 1783
Louis Laurent LABILLE is the son of Louis LABILLE and Madeleine CHARLOIS
Marie Catherine's card tells us that she is born to Et(ienn)e and Cath(eri)ne BAILLY
Louis Laurent LABILLE and Marie Catherine PERROT divorced in 1793. She remarried (second husband Charles PROTHAIS)
But is this Louis Laurent LABILLE the same person as your ancestor ?
I search for his baptism record.
I found a baptism record on September 9th 1760 for a Louis Laurent LABILLE born to Louis LABILLE and Magdeleine CHARLOIS. He was born the day before the ceremony.
Place of birth : Yèvres-le-Petit (Aube)
Godfather Laurent DROTIERE residing in Dampierre. He signed Laurent DROTHIER
Godmother Jeanne LABILLE daughter of the late Jean LABILLE. She is his first cousin, also residing in Dampierre
How do you know that your Louis Laurent LABILLE was a native of Yèvres ?
Louis LABILLE married Marie Madeleine CHARLOIS on November 20th 1758 in Yèvres-le-Petit.
Louis LABILLE and Anne DROTHIERE, from Dampierre
+ Jean CHARLOIS and Marie Madeleine CHARLLES, from Yèvres-le-Petit
There are about 8 miles between the two villages
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Lisa Quigley Veitch
The other witnesses were
Louis LABILLE, father of the groom
Jean DROTHIERE, cousin
Quentin CHARLOIS, uncle of the bride
A Quentin CHARLOIS, a widower, got married in 1767 in Montmorency-Beaufort (Aube).
Previous marriage in 1755 http://www.archives-aube.fr/ark:/42751/s0055683891bf1b1/55683891cd031
He is 43 years old and is a widower of Jeanne GOPILLIAT
First marriage in 1734. He is a son of Claude CHARLOIS and the late Magdelaine VAUTIER
Now, let's find if Claude CHARLOIS and his wife are the grandparents of Magdeleine CHARLOIS
The age given at death is often inacurrate.lisaqmoon schreef: ↑14 december 2019, 13:08Thank you so much. But now I’m confused because I wonder if it’s the same one. Our guy was 80 when he died which would make him older then the Louis who came over in 1790. I don’t live in DC so I don’t have access to all records. But I understand that some modern male Labille’s have informed a cousin of mine that because we come from a female we don’t have the dna. It’s annoying because she was the great great granddaughter of Louis. Any way thank you. I’ll pass on this info to my other cousins.
Lisa Quigley Veitch
You mean you don't share the same YDNA (assuming you were a male) but you still share some DNA
Madelaine CHARLE is the daughter of the late Nicolas CHARLE and Caterine ROUSSELOT
Upload your DNA data on Myheritage. It's the best place to find your French distant cousins. It's free this week-end.lisaqmoon schreef: ↑14 december 2019, 13:08Thank you so much. But now I’m confused because I wonder if it’s the same one. Our guy was 80 when he died which would make him older then the Louis who came over in 1790. I don’t live in DC so I don’t have access to all records. But I understand that some modern male Labille’s have informed a cousin of mine that because we come from a female we don’t have the dna. It’s annoying because she was the great great granddaughter of Louis. Any way thank you. I’ll pass on this info to my other cousins.
Lisa Quigley Veitch
Hilaire CHARLOIS and Louis LABILLE , his nephews, are there
Also in 1763, burial of Magdeleine CHARLES. She was about 68 years old.
Louis Laurent LABILLE had a sister, Helene LABILLE, born on April 1764
Helene LABILLE passed away in 1764.
Marie Magdeleine LABILLE (1761-1764)
Hilaire LABILLE (1765-1774)