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Laberge, Pierre-Lionel. Recherches sur les origines basses-normandes et picardes de ROBERT de la BERGE de COLOMBY-SUR-THAON et FRANCOISE GOSSE de NOYON famille pionniere de L'Ange-Gardien en la seigneurie de Beaupre sous Louis XIV
This is a limited edition book written by a noted historian of the l'Ange Gardien area of Quebec and the Laberge family, in particular. This book contains the most authoritative information available on the de la Berge family in France. Published by the author. (Availability is unknown)
[Special Note: The translation into English of Pierre-Lionels research on "....Robert de la Berge de Columby-Sur-Thaon et Francoise Gosse de Noyon - Pioneering family of L'Ange Gardien....." was completed earlier this year. It is 363 pages in length, 8 1/2"x11" format and contains wonderful information on our family in Normandie from 1580 to the early generations in Quebec. A copy was sent (either bound book or CD) to all those who contributed to this effort. Additionally, copies were sent to Canadian and USA governmental depositories together with a number of municipal or genealogical libraries. I have sold a few copies to family genealogists. A few copies of the first printing of the book are still available. If you wish a copy, please send $100 US/CAN (postage included) by check or money order to Ron Laberge, 4 Computer Drive, Albany, New York 12205. The book will be mailed within a few days.....but, only if you provide your mail address. If you prefer, the CD is available for $30.00 US/CAN. If you wish to know a little more about the book, contact me by email and I will send you the Table of Contents. -- Ron Laberge firstname.lastname@example.org]
Laforest, Thomas J. Our French-Canadian Ancestors, Volume XV.
Paperback, 283 pages. This 20-volume set of books is an English translation of Nos AncÍtres by Lebel and Saintonge. Volume 15 of this set contains a biography and sketch portrait of Robert de la Berge. Published by Lisi Press, P.O. Box 1063, Palm Harbor, FL 34682-1063. (Available from Quintin Publications.)
Prevost, Robert. Portraits de Familles Pionnieres, Vol. 4
334 pages with illustrations. This series contains short genealogical biographies of our first Canadian ancestors, most of which contain photos of the original ancestor's house in Canada or France. Each volume contains an all-name index. Volume 4 of this series includes the Laberge surname. Note: This book is in French. Contact Quintin Pulications, Pawtucket, RI for pricing and addtional information. (Quintin Publications catalogy #095628a.)
LaBarge, Armand Paul. Brief resume of La Barge family tree.
Microfilm copy of booklet published: Newmarket, Ont. : A. P. La Barge, 1980. 5 leaves. Available from FHC, Salt Lake City (Film #1033600 item 7). Record chiefly traces line of descent Charles Louis La Barge. He was born in Hungerford Township, Ontario, the son of Louis LaBarge (1884-1953) and Addie Cassibou La Barge. He married Susan Mytle Vineham, daughter of John and Charlotte Hancock Vineham, in 1905 at Tweed, Ontario. They had four children, 1950-1955, born at Tweed, Timmons, Sulphide, and Belleville, Ontario. Children live in Ontario.
Neale, Anne Rebstock Cummings. The La Barge Family History
The La Barge family history compiled by Anne Cummings Neale from material collected by Anna LaBerge, Charles Labarge, and Anne Neale. Includes detailed information on Robert de la Berge. Extensive material on the LaBarge family in Malone, NY. Available on microfilm from the Mormon Family History Library, Salt Lake City and can be obtained through your local Family History Library (Call Number: US/CAN FILM AREA 1598130 item 1; US/CAN FILM AREA 1597888 item 1; US/CAN FILM AREA 1597786 item 7).
Sorensen, Lola. LaBarge Genealogy.
This manuscript was prepared in 1985 by genealogist Lola Sorenson for Pierre L. LaBarge. It traces the Laberge family line down through the LaBarges of St. Louis, Missouri. Covers LaBarge family lines including Gueret, Lauck, Bequet, Dodier, Lindsey related lines. It includes information on Captain Joseph LaBarge, the famous riverboat captain. A "Bibliography of souces of LaBarge genealogy" is included. A copy of the manuscript was donated to Mormon Family History Library, Salt Lake City and can be obtained through your local Family History Library (Call Number: US/CAN, Book Area, 929.273, L111s).
Below are some other Internet resources of interest to Laberge/LaBarge researchers. Be sure to check the Related Links page for other links.
The Laberge Family Mailing list.
This is an email mailing list provided by RootsWeb (and not directly affiliated with this page. The mailing allows you to communicate directly with other subscribers. Subscriptions are handling automatically and a daily digest version is available. Check here for subscription instructions.
The LaBarge Family Genealogy Forum.
This web site provides a bulletinboard-type of messaging capability and provides a chat area. URL: http://www.genforum.com/labarge
The Laberge Family Genealogy Forum.
This web site provides a bulletinboard-type of messaging capability and provides a chat area. URL: http://www.genforum.com/laberge
This is a new web site set up for Laberges and LaBarges which allows you to post messages and files, chat, and receive reminders of family events. You can even upload GEDCOM files which are then viewable through your browser in pedigree chart format. This site requires a user ID and password for entry. Contact Ron Laberge (email@example.com) or Jo Ann Laberge Boyer (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about this unique web site.
Matt Rowley's Family Tree.
This web page contains online family tree around which you can navigate or display a listing of names in the tree. The data which Matt put into the tree includes his own research plus the GEDCOM files of several other Laberge/LaBarge researchers. This web page should be of particular interest to those descended from Capt. Joseph Marie LaBarge as it shows his direct lineage back to Robert de la Berge. The tree program is a Java applet, so you'll need a Java-enabled browser to view it.