I am Claire St. Preux I resides in Talladega, Alabama. I am...

I am Claire St. Preux I resides in Talladega, Alabama.

I am not aware of any other relatives that has migrated to that part of Country Alabama that is If you are aware of any let me know.

Marie Josee ( is my sister) was at my house Saturday when she sent you the Email, as I retired on that day from Dept of Justice Bureau of Prisons.

However Chicago is the home of the St.Preux.

We are the largest Haitian Family in Chicago we are well over one hundred.

We are in the process of having a family reunion possibly in New York this time because the older menbers of the family are in New York plus I do not have to tell you your family like to travel.

My father family was from the North in Haiti that is Cap-Haitien, Limonade and the older menber like my great grand father and may be yours also was from the Domican Republic.

My Great Grand-father name was Supien St.Preux.

He was a man of great means he managed to have 56 children by thirteen different ladies, honest to God. The youngest child was Your and my great Aunt Onziana she passed away about three years ago in New York She was ninety two years old. I have some very funny sorries that you may not know about your family.

We are very please about the article and hope to hear from you. I have a fifteen year old son who wants to write Science Fiction and Mangas Novel when I told him about your written I hope it has inspired him.My father told us the Saint Preux family are not ordinary that is why we have to be the best that we can be no matter the circumtance.

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