DuBois Fort Historical Marker Fort with the new roof. Roof was completed in summer of 2009. Plaque next to flag poles
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The first DBFA newsletter for 2015 has been posted in the archives.

DuBois Family Reunion
October 19-20, 2013

The DuBois Family Biennial Reunion brought together thirty cousins for a Friday evening reception and a busy Saturday. Friday evening we enjoyed wine and cheese and a sharing of family memories. Saturday, we began the day with a church service with the Reverend William Schnitzer as pastor and Sally DuBois at the harpsichord. Then there were house tours given by well informed guides. Right after an excellent luncheon, we heard Ms. Mary Etta Schneider, Chairperson of the HHS Board of Directors, discuss changes and new directions. Mid-afternoon, we went into a planning session and ended the day with a business meeting.

For those of you who came in late:

Historic Huguenot Street, a National Historic Landmark District, is the site of a collection of Colonial and early National period stone houses open to the public as a collective museum located in New Paltz, New York.

The village was founded in 1678 by twelve French Protestant families who fled political and religious persecution in northern France. Eleven of the families moved to the area following the purchase of nearly 40,000 acres, along the Wallkill River, from the Esopus Indians. 

The DuBois Family made up one fourth of the patentees. Louis DuBois the leader of the group and two of his sons, Abraham and Isaac. At 18 Isaac was the youngest of the twelve.

  About the DBFA website:

A place to find what you want to know about the DuBois Family and the DBFA. Ask genealogy questions. You can follow the DuBois family from its history in Europe to the present day. 

 Get the latest newsletter online. Meet family members that you have never met before or haven't seen in several years. Make new friends and see places where your ancestors lived. Now joining is even easier. Get a membership application online.

 Tour the site and please remember to sign the guestbook (located on each page in the lower left corner) before you leave and remember to bookmark the website on your browser.  

 The DBFA website also includes:

bulletLinks to the websites of the other families. 
bulletLink to Historic Huguenot Street website.
bulletAccess HHS search engine.
bulletList of places to Stay.

Contact us directly from the website. 


Reunion information.


Pictures from the reunions.


Pictures of the houses.