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WEB Masters: Herb Metoyer / Hermes Metoyer / James Metoyer / James Llorence

Southfield, MI

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History of CoinCoin

 

Home       The Story of Melrose      Up Through Slavery 

 

Listed in this section are two articles relative to the history of "Coincoin" and the Metoyer descendants. "Up From Slavery" was published in the Washington Post. The "Story of Melrose" is credited to the Association for the Preservation of Historic Natchitoches.

Additional articles, memoirs & folktales may be found in our "LIBRARY" section

CREOLE NAMES ON STARDUST SPACECRAFT

I stumbled across this site and found that my brother's name was listed on the the microchip of the StarDust spacecraft that was sent to rendezvous with a comet. I also found a few other names. If you would like to see if your name is on the list click here to visit NASA's site: http://stardust.jpl.nasa.gov/overview/microchip/index.html

The microchips are in outer space onboard the STARDUST spacecraft. STARDUST was launched on February 7, 1999 carrying the two sets of microchips. Two copies of each chip were installed on the spacecraft (for a total of four chips). One set of microchips is mounted inside the Sample Return Capsule, and will return back to Earth with the capsule in the year 2006. The other set of chips is mounted in the spacecraft body and will remain in space forever.

DAVE CHEVALIER
ERIC CHEVALIER
MICHEL CHEVALIER
VINCENT CHEVALIER
ELIZABETH A. GUIDRY
LAURIE LEA GUIDRY
BRYFORD GLENN METOYER (1LT/ARMY)
JAMES EDWARD METOYER (LCPL/MARINE CORPS)
MICHAEL ESPY METOYER (LCPL/MARINE CORPS)
MAGDALENE M METOYER-SATCHES
METOYER
CARLI METOYER
JANET METOYER
JOHN METOYER
LIEN METOYER
TATIANA METOYER

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200 Year Anniversary's Historic Reenactment of St. Augustine Catholic Church (1803-2003)

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