Marie - I had already put ALEXSIS LUPIEN & FELICITE LEMAYinto my growing LUPIEN file. I believe I obtained their names from your message on this forum.Unfortunately, I have not been able to connect them to the earlier LUPIEN families or NICOLAS BARON dit LUPIEN & I know you are trying to make this connection.My expanding LUPIEN file may never end up serving any purpose or help for others, but I do have a personal interest in the family lines. My LUPIEN file has currently reached 8000 people, as of today, and I'm still working on it.Not all of the 8000 people included in the file are LUPIEN descendants.I am including spouses, and in some circumstances, the parents of spouses.Hopefully, knowing the spouse's parents, might make it easier to connect & identify people at some later date.If I learn anything about your line, I will let you know!No...I do not have a web site and do not think I will ever have one. However, most of the information I am including in my "LUPIEN FILE", I am obtaining from various Internet sites. I believe I will eventually submit a GEDCOM file of my own Lupien family line to one of the Genealogy Internet sites.There is presently very little information on my own family line on any of the Internet sites.My line goes: ? BARON> LUPIEN BARON> NICOLAS BARON dit LUPIEN> JEAN BAPTISTE BARON dit LUPIEN> ANTOINE LUPIEN> THEODORE LUPIEN Sr> THEODORE LUPIENT Jr> GABRIEL ADOLPHUS LUPIENT> WILLIAM FRANKLIN LUPIENT> LORRAINE LUPIENT> ME.Yes, my line added a "t" to the family name making it: LUPIENT.It appears to have happened around the time of my great-great grandfather, Theodore Lupient Jr (early 1800s.)I don't know how or why the change of spelling happened but it could have been started by census takers, etc?