The forefather of all Acadian Arsenaults and Cajun Arceneauxs is Pierre Arsonneau.
Our Hébert and Blanchard ancestors were driven out of Nova Scotia to France before the Spanish recruited them to sail for Louisiana to help populate the colony. The Duplantises were from Bordeaux and settled in alongside the Acadians.
Near Morgan City, on a narrow strip of land on the Intracoastal Canal, where LA 70 runs along Lake Palourde, many locals had fishing camps during the 1940s and 1950s.
Alfred was the son of Leomas and Emilie (née Hebert) Arceneaux. He was the husband of Wilda Duplantis and the father of Ralph Alfred and Alfred Phillip, Jr.
Wilda Duplantis Arceneaux was the wife of Alfred Phillip Arceneaux, Sr. and mother to Ralph and Alfred Arceneaux.
Leomas and Emelie (neé Hebert) Arceneaux were the parents of Alfred P. Arceneaux, Sr., and the paternal grandparents of Ralph and Alfred, Jr.
Louis & Marie were the parents of Wilda Duplantis Arceneaux and the maternal grandparents of Ralph and Alfred Arceneaux, Jr.