There was a LEBOEUF in Louisiana as early as 1701 at Mobile: Pierre Rene LeBoeuf, called a "backwoodsman",was a long-time veteran from Quebec who came with Iberville on the Renommee in 1701, lived 5 years on the payroll.Upon moving off post in 1706, moved downriver to the Oignonets to raise food.Also living there was Charles Rochon. Ship Le Renomme ready to leave Rochefort, France in 1699 for Ft. Maurepas on Mississippi River. had on board passengers to join the first group of soldiers who had reached Louiisana earlier in 1699.On this roster of Officers and Canadians were Claude Trepasgnier and Jean Trepagnier.Later Genevieve Burel would arrive Mobile with her sister Jeanne on the Pelican in summer of 1704.She would marry Claude.They in census Mobile 26 Jun 1721.Later moved to New Orleans where Claude died 1724.Widow remarry Joseph Lassus in 1726. A census of Mobile (1711?) showed him living Rue Seminar. On list of slave owners 1702-1711 lists Pierre-Rene LeBouef owning 2 male Indian slaves and one female Indian slave. One record shows Rene LeBoeuf had wife Therese - a Christian Indian slave of M. Diron.Had child Louise Marguerite baptised 5 Jun 1733 "fille naturel" Female Tensa Indian slave named Marguerite was baptised Jun 1711, he married her in 1712, and she had son, Claude, b. 11 Feb 1713. 1721 Census of Mobile and nearby villages does not show any LeBoeufs. 1738 a Francois Riche of Biloxi, an early settler like LeBoeuf, moved to Pointe Coupee.His family married into families of Olivo and Langlois. Natchitoches Records 3 Jan 1749 baptism of Marie Francaise LeBoeuf, daughter of Rene LeBoeuf and Emmanuel Duplessis.