Blondels on Martinique
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The Blondel La Rougery Family owned the Blondel Plantation on the island
of Martinique. Sebastien Blondel was knighted by the King of France
for his valiant defense of the crown during the French Revolution.
At that time the suffix "La Rougery" was given to him by the King and added
to his last name, which was, of course Blondel.
link above is to an article about the Blondel plantation on the island
of Martinique and the "Miracle" that saved it from being consumed in the
Mount Pele volcanic eruption on Martinique in 1902.
second link is the France & Martinique Blondel Genealogy & History
Page. It contains scanned pages from the book: "Personnes
Et Familles A La Martinique Au XVII Siecle" and many links to genealogical
data submitted by Jean Claude Blondel La Rougery regarding the Blondel
family on Martinique and in France.
third link is a map of the island and the fourth is a brief history of
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