Welcome to my family genealogy website for the Stewart-de Jaham descendants and ancestors. I'm constantly adding more data to the database but feel free to look around! I know that some information may not be correct and I'm working to get everything as accurate as possible including crediting/identifying sources of information.
A new section, Most Wanted, has been added. Please take time to have a look; maybe you could help me out with some details or even identify someone in an old photograph.
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Wanted If you have birth certificates, marriage certificates, death certificates, documents of interest, etc., I'm more than interested--those are the best methods of authentication. I am especially interested in documents and information about grandma's family: Uncle D and Aunt Phili, Uncle George and Aunt Cecile, etc. For examples of what I have available, you may want to check this link to documents.
Francis de Livaudais Mottram - 1891 (130)|
Francisco Luis Pizarro Martinez - 1852 (169)
Charles Marie Le Maistre - 1832 (189)
José de La Paz Rendón - 1828 (193)
Nicolas Gustave de St. Maxent - 1814 (207)
Francisco Pizarro Martinez - 1787 (234)
Marie Élisabeth Bénéteau Duplessis - 1753 (268)
Helena Pelagie Barbin - 1749 (272)
Guillaume Duval Durocher - 1744 (277)
James Stewart First in our line of known Stewarts, born 1664 in Ballachulish, Argyllshire, Scotland. Explore the standard (4 generations) or text (10 generations) descendancy tree (from the main root).
Charles Etienne Arthur Gayarré Famous Louisiana Historian and Author. Son of Charles Antonia Stephen Gayarré and Marie Elizabeth de Boré