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Louviere Database - Person Page 6

Rosalie Landry

F, #163, b. 15 August 1776, d. after 1850

 
 

FatherFirmin Landry b. c 1726, d. 4 Feb 1801
MotherTheotiste Thibodeaux b. c 1745, d. a 1802
Rosalie Landry|b. 15 Aug 1776\nd. a 1850|p6.htm#i163|Firmin Landry|b. c 1726\nd. 4 Feb 1801|p10.htm#i314|Theotiste Thibodeaux|b. c 1745\nd. a 1802|p40.htm#i1467|Alexandre Landry|b. c 1695\nd. 7 Jul 1763|p268.htm#i9284|Marguerite Blanchard|b. c 1707|p268.htm#i9285|Charles Thibodeau|b. 27 May 1713\nd. b 5 Aug 1765|p4.htm#i130|Bridgete Breaux|b. 17 Mar 1719\nd. 5 Aug 1765|p5.htm#i131|

Note* Rosalie Landry Second Generation at Bayou Teche, Fausse Pointe, Louisiana. 
Birth*15 August 1776 She was born on 15 August 1776 at Fausse Pointe, St. Martinville; LANDRY, Rosalie (Firmin & Theotiste THIBAUDAU) b. 15 Aug. 1776, bt. 24 Nov. 1776 Spons: Anselme THIBAUDAU & Barbe Bonaventure GAUDIN. Fr. Louis MARIE, Cap. (SM Ch.: v.1, p.48).1,2,3 
 She was the daughter of Firmin Landry and Theotiste Thibodeaux
Marriage*after 1803 Rosalie Landry married Henri Leonard Ranconnet, son of Leonard Ransonet and Elizabeth Delhe, after 1803 at Attakapas; see first wife's death.4,5 
Marriage*8 October 1827 Rosalie Landry married Joseph Alain Boudreaux, son of Amand Boudreaux and Marie Negle, on 8 October 1827 at Attakapas, St. Martinville; LANDRY, Rosalie - native of this parish; widow of Henry Leonard RANSONET (major daughter of Firmin & Scholastique THIBODEAU) m. 8 Oct. 1827 Joseph Alain BOUDROT - native of St. Malo in France (major son of Amand & Marie NOGLE) Wits: Josaphat BROUSSARD fils, Charles LANDRY, Gilbert AMY. Fr. Marcel BORELLA (SM Ch.: v.7, #66).6 
Census*1850 Rosalie Landry appeared on the census of 1850; living next to Joseph Gonsoulin. 
Death*after 1850 She died after 1850. 

Family 1

Henri Leonard Ranconnet b. b 1771, d. 1 Jul 1811
Marriage*after 1803 She married Henri Leonard Ranconnet, son of Leonard Ransonet and Elizabeth Delhe, after 1803 at Attakapas; see first wife's death.4,5 
Children

Family 2

Joseph Alain Boudreaux b. c 1807
Marriage*8 October 1827 Rosalie Landry married Joseph Alain Boudreaux, son of Amand Boudreaux and Marie Negle, on 8 October 1827 at Attakapas, St. Martinville; LANDRY, Rosalie - native of this parish; widow of Henry Leonard RANSONET (major daughter of Firmin & Scholastique THIBODEAU) m. 8 Oct. 1827 Joseph Alain BOUDROT - native of St. Malo in France (major son of Amand & Marie NOGLE) Wits: Josaphat BROUSSARD fils, Charles LANDRY, Gilbert AMY. Fr. Marcel BORELLA (SM Ch.: v.7, #66).6 

Citations

  1. [S50] Bona Arsenault, Pisiguit book, p1406.
  2. [S87] e-mail address.
  3. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd 101.
  4. [S87] e-mail address, ca 1800.
  5. [S90] Bona Arsenault, Bona Arsenault, v6 p2529.
  6. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd101.

Marvin Valerie Louviere

M, #164, b. 9 March 1924, d. 11 October 2001

 
 

FatherAlexandre Louviere b. 23 Dec 1894, d. 30 Jun 1974
MotherFaye Coburn b. 28 Feb 1900, d. 19 Feb 1968
Marvin Valerie Louviere|b. 9 Mar 1924\nd. 11 Oct 2001|p6.htm#i164|Alexandre Louviere|b. 23 Dec 1894\nd. 30 Jun 1974|p7.htm#i221|Faye Coburn|b. 28 Feb 1900\nd. 19 Feb 1968|p3.htm#i83|Brunaire A. Louviere|b. 3 Sep 1865\nd. 2 Nov 1936|p1.htm#i8|Valerie Robicheaux|b. 4 Jun 1868\nd. 3 Sep 1928|p1.htm#i9|(?) Coburn|b. c 1880|p162.htm#i5681||||

Education* Marvin Valerie Louviere was educated; BBA U of Texas. 
Occupation* He was Louvier Furniture Company at 840 7th Street, Port Arthur, TX. 
Burial* He was buried at Beaumont. 
FAM GROP C* He was fam grop c FFSBLM. 
Birth*9 March 1924 He was born on 9 March 1924 at Los Angeles, CA. 
 He was the son of Alexandre Louviere and Faye Coburn
Address*1947  As of 1947, Marvin Valerie Louviere lived at 3138 13th Street, Port Arthur, TX.1 
Marriage*7 June 1947 He married Dorothy Marie Gunn, daughter of Mary Ethyl Young, on 7 June 1947 at Port Arthur, Jefferson County, TX; he was 23, she was 20.2 
Death*11 October 2001 Marvin Valerie Louviere died on 11 October 2001 at age 77. 

Family

Dorothy Marie Gunn b. 20 Mar 1927, d. 17 Dec 1987
Marriage*7 June 1947 He married Dorothy Marie Gunn, daughter of Mary Ethyl Young, on 7 June 1947 at Port Arthur, Jefferson County, TX; he was 23, she was 20.2 

Citations

  1. [S97] Jefferson County Ct Hse, 46978.
  2. [S97] Jefferson County Ct Hse, #46978 60-65.

Claude Bonin

M, #167, b. 19 July 1906, d. after February 2009

FatherHenri Bonin b. 14 Oct 1871, d. 24 Dec 1935
MotherMarguerite Octavie Albert b. 7 Jan 1875, d. bt 1907 - 1935
Claude Bonin|b. 19 Jul 1906\nd. a Feb 2009|p6.htm#i167|Henri Bonin|b. 14 Oct 1871\nd. 24 Dec 1935|p1.htm#i12|Marguerite Octavie Albert|b. 7 Jan 1875\nd. bt 1907 - 1935|p1.htm#i13|Alfred J. Bonin|b. 16 Sep 1847\nd. 15 Sep 1908|p1.htm#i24|Felicie Broussard|b. 18 Jun 1848\nd. 6 Oct 1926|p1.htm#i25|Auguste Albert|b. 22 Jan 1844\nd. a 1889|p1.htm#i26|Elizabeth Vining|b. c 1849\nd. a 1889|p1.htm#i27|

Address*  Claude Bonin lived at Lake Dautrieve, LA; before Deneigh died. 
Birth*19 July 1906 He was born on 19 July 1906 at Lake Dautrieve; ? LO Ch - V2 P247. 
 He was the son of Henri Bonin and Marguerite Octavie Albert
Note*1990 Claude Bonin He only speaks Frence, Deneigh has to translate in 1990. 
Burial*after February 2009 He was buried after February 2009 at Loreauville; on tombstone. 
Death*after February 2009 He died after February 2009; Jun 2006 - his tomb in Loreauville has only birth date - no death date
where did before 2005 come from? 

Joseph B. Prince

M, #168, b. circa 1755, d. 7 April 1793

 

FatherOlivier Prince b. c 1732, d. b 7 Jul 1763
MotherMarguerite Boudreaux b. c 1732, d. b 7 Jul 1763
Joseph B. Prince|b. c 1755\nd. 7 Apr 1793|p6.htm#i168|Olivier Prince|b. c 1732\nd. b 7 Jul 1763|p5.htm#i134|Marguerite Boudreaux|b. c 1732\nd. b 7 Jul 1763|p5.htm#i135|Antoine Prince|b. c 1680\nd. a 1735|p9.htm#i268|Anne Trahan|b. c 1692\nd. a 1735|p9.htm#i269|||||||

Residence* Joseph B. Prince lived at La Fosse Pointe. 
Occupation* He was Planter. 
CLARENCE B* He was clarence b 100. 
Birth*circa 1755 He was born circa 1755 at Acadie; from Clarence. 
Note*1755 He and Marguerite Prince exiled with parents in 1755 at Acadia, Maryland. 
 Joseph B. Prince was the son of Olivier Prince and Marguerite Boudreaux
Note*circa 1762 Joseph B. Prince could birth be... [based on death at 30 years] no - this conflicts with arrival at New Orleans circa 1762. 
Census*7 July 1763 He appeared on the census of 7 July 1763 at Maryland; Acadians - living at Upper marlborough shows an orphan named Joseph with the Bonaventure Foray [Forest] family. 
Immigration*July 1767 He immigrated in July 1767 to Louisiana; Acadian 1st generation.1 
Psgr List*27 July 1767 He was found on a passenger list on 27 July 1767 at New Orleans; Arrived - was a Joseph, age 12 with the family of Bentura Fores [Bonaventure Forest]. 
Marriage*circa 1779 He married Magdeleine Bonin, daughter of Antoine Bonin and Marie Marguerite Tellier, circa 1779 at St. Martinville, LA; from Clarence. 
Milit-Beg*August 1789 Joseph B. Prince began military service in August 1789 on Attakapas militia list, Aug 1789, called Josef PINCE.1 
Death*7 April 1793 He died on 7 April 1793 at Fausse Pointe, St. Martinville; PRINCE, Joseph - of Acadia m. Magdeleine BONIN bur. 7 April 1793. Fr. George MURPHY (SM Ch.: v.4, #58)
at a reported age of 30 Years (V4 #58).2 
Burial*7 April 1793 He was buried on 7 April 1793 at St. Martinville; PRINCE, Joseph - of Acadia m. Magdeleine BONIN bur. 7 April 1793. Fr. George MURPHY (SM Ch.: v.4, #58).2 

Family

Magdeleine Bonin b. c 1758, d. 8 Oct 1813
Marriage*circa 1779 He married Magdeleine Bonin, daughter of Antoine Bonin and Marie Marguerite Tellier, circa 1779 at St. Martinville, LA; from Clarence. 
Children

Citations

  1. [S139] Acadians in Gray.
  2. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd101.

Magdeleine Bonin

F, #169, b. circa 1758, d. 8 October 1813

 
 

FatherAntoine Bonin b. Dec 1714, d. a 1801
MotherMarie Marguerite Tellier b. 12 Jan 1726, d. 7 Oct 1800
Magdeleine Bonin|b. c 1758\nd. 8 Oct 1813|p6.htm#i169|Antoine Bonin|b. Dec 1714\nd. a 1801|p5.htm#i132|Marie Marguerite Tellier|b. 12 Jan 1726\nd. 7 Oct 1800|p5.htm#i133|Francois Bonin|b. c 1678\nd. c 1740|p9.htm#i264|Antoinette Fagot|b. c 1675\nd. a 1715|p9.htm#i265|Pierre Tellier|b. c 1699\nd. 9 Dec 1747|p9.htm#i266|Anne M. Journee|b. c 1703\nd. a 1727|p9.htm#i267|

Note* Magdeleine Bonin Second Generation at Louisiana. 
Residence* She lived at Attakapas; of (see son's marrige). 
CLARENCE B* She was clarence b 101. 
Birth*circa 1758 She was born circa 1758 at Mobile, AL. 
 She was the daughter of Antoine Bonin and Marie Marguerite Tellier
Marriage*circa 1779 Magdeleine Bonin married Joseph B. Prince, son of Olivier Prince and Marguerite Boudreaux, circa 1779 at St. Martinville, LA; from Clarence. 
Marriage Contract*15 May 1796 A contract for the marriage of Magdeleine Bonin and Francois Robson Goivreaut was signed on 15 May 1796 at Attakapas, St. Martinville; BONIN, Magdeleine - widow of Joseph PRINCE, living in this parish "Informacion de Solteria Producida" - [Marriage Investigation regarding the freedom to marry] dated: 15 May 1796 Marie Francois Ropson GOIVREAUT dit Manseau - of St. Lucie, Province of Maine, France, in this colony for 4 yrs. and in this parish for 1 year. (Jacques & Marie LEVELLE) Wits: Eloy DUGAS - assistant witness, Jean Baptiste UVAL - assistant witness, Jean Baptiste BERARD - 23 yrs., Orian BERARD - 20 yrs., Jacques JUDIS - 20 yrs. Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.: Marriage Investigation: Folio D, #7)


GOIVREAUT, Marie Francois Ropsom dit Manseau - of St. Lucie, Province of Maine, France. In this colony for 4 years and in this parish for 1 year. (Jacques & Marie LEVELLE) "Informacion de Solteria Producida" - [Marriage Investigation regarding the freedom to marry] dated: 15 May 1796 Magdeleine BONIN, widow of Joseph PRINCE, living in this parish. Wits: Eloy DUGAS - assistant witness, Jean Baptiste UVAL - assistant witness, Jean Baptiste BERARD - 23 yrs. old, Orian BERARD - 20 yrs. old, Jacques JUDIS - 20 yrs. old. Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.: Marriage Investigation: Folio D, #1).1

 
Death*8 October 1813 Magdeleine Bonin died on 8 October 1813 at Fausse Pointe; BONIN, Magdeleine - wife of Francois GOIVREAUT dit Manceau; a native of Mobile; died 8 Oct. 1813 at age 55 years at her home at La fausse pointe; buried 9 Oct. 1813 in the parish cemetery. Fr. Gabriel ISABEY (SM Ch.: v.4, #856).1 
Burial*9 October 1813 She was buried on 9 October 1813 at Parish Cemetery, St. Martinville; BONIN, Magdeleine - wife of Francois GOIVREAUT dit Manceau; a native of Mobile; died 8 Oct. 1813 at age 55 years at her home at La fausse pointe; buried 9 Oct. 1813 in the parish cemetery. Fr. Gabriel ISABEY (SM Ch.: v.4, #856). 

Family 1

Joseph B. Prince b. c 1755, d. 7 Apr 1793
Marriage*circa 1779 She married Joseph B. Prince, son of Olivier Prince and Marguerite Boudreaux, circa 1779 at St. Martinville, LA; from Clarence. 
Children

Family 2

Francois Robson Goivreaut b. c 1776
Marriage Contract*15 May 1796 A contract for the marriage of Magdeleine Bonin and Francois Robson Goivreaut was signed on 15 May 1796 at Attakapas, St. Martinville; BONIN, Magdeleine - widow of Joseph PRINCE, living in this parish "Informacion de Solteria Producida" - [Marriage Investigation regarding the freedom to marry] dated: 15 May 1796 Marie Francois Ropson GOIVREAUT dit Manseau - of St. Lucie, Province of Maine, France, in this colony for 4 yrs. and in this parish for 1 year. (Jacques & Marie LEVELLE) Wits: Eloy DUGAS - assistant witness, Jean Baptiste UVAL - assistant witness, Jean Baptiste BERARD - 23 yrs., Orian BERARD - 20 yrs., Jacques JUDIS - 20 yrs. Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.: Marriage Investigation: Folio D, #7)


GOIVREAUT, Marie Francois Ropsom dit Manseau - of St. Lucie, Province of Maine, France. In this colony for 4 years and in this parish for 1 year. (Jacques & Marie LEVELLE) "Informacion de Solteria Producida" - [Marriage Investigation regarding the freedom to marry] dated: 15 May 1796 Magdeleine BONIN, widow of Joseph PRINCE, living in this parish. Wits: Eloy DUGAS - assistant witness, Jean Baptiste UVAL - assistant witness, Jean Baptiste BERARD - 23 yrs. old, Orian BERARD - 20 yrs. old, Jacques JUDIS - 20 yrs. old. Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.: Marriage Investigation: Folio D, #1).1

 

Citations

  1. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd101.

Sylvain LeBlanc

M, #170, b. 1745, d. 20 July 1807

 

FatherRene Le Blanc b. c 1701, d. 1759
MotherAnne Theriot b. c 1703, d. 1759
Sylvain LeBlanc|b. 1745\nd. 20 Jul 1807|p6.htm#i170|Rene Le Blanc|b. c 1701\nd. 1759|p9.htm#i292|Anne Theriot|b. c 1703\nd. 1759|p9.htm#i293|Antoine Le Blanc|b. c 1662\nd. 20 Jul 1730|p16.htm#i584|Marie J. Bourgeois|b. c 1665\nd. b 1740|p16.htm#i585|Germain Theriot|b. c 1662\nd. 29 Jul 1737|p16.htm#i586|Anne Richard|b. c Oct 1670|p16.htm#i587|

CLARENCE B* Sylvain LeBlanc was clarence b 270l. 
Story* Notes on: Sylvain LeBlanc

(RN=170)
1769 - @ St. James (lot # 77 on Mississippi River).

 
Note*circa 1741 He Sylvain-born c1741, probably Grand-Pré; son of Jacques LEBLANC & Catherine-Marie-Josèphe FORET; brother of Catherine, Marcel, Marguerite, Paul, & Osite; exiled to PA 1755, age 14; moved to MD late 1750s or early 1760s; in report on Acadians at Oxford, MD, Jul 1763, age 22, with parents & siblings; married, age 22, (1)Marie-Madeleine, called Madeleine, LEBLANC, c1763, probably MD; arrived LA 1766, age 25; married (2)Marie-Josèphe, called Josèphe, BABIN, probably Cabanocé, late 1760s; in Cabanocé census, 1769, occupying lot number 77, right [west] bank, called Silvain, age 28, with wife Marie[-Josèphe] age 22, & son Simon age 5; in Ascension census, 1770, right [west] bank, called Silvain, age 29, with wife Marie-Josèph[e] age 22, sons Simon age 5, Mazan age 5 mos., & 6 arpents; in Ascension census, 1777, right [west] bank, called Silvin, age 36, head of family number 38, with wife Marie age 30, sons Simon age 12, Joseph age 7, Paul age 5, daughters Rosalie age 4, Magdelaine age 3, 6 arpents, 1 slave, 21 cattle, 1 horse, 0 sheep, 15 swine, 2 arms; in JUDICE's Company, Acadian Coast Militia, Aug 1779, called Silvin, 1st Sous-Caporau, also in VERRET's Company, Acadian Coast Militia, 1779, called Silvin, 4th Corporal; died [buried] Ascension Parish 31 Jul 1807, age 66 circa 1741.1 
Birth*1745 He was born in 1745 at Grand Pre.2 
 He was the son of Rene Le Blanc and Anne Theriot
Marriage*circa 1763 Sylvain LeBlanc married Marie Madeleine LeBlanc circa 1763 at Donaldsonville; ?2 
Immigration*after 1765 Sylvain LeBlanc immigrated after 1765 to Donaldsonville, Louisiana; first generation.2,3 
Marriage*1769 He married Marie Josephe Babin in 1769 at Donaldsonville; saw-1772.4,1 
Death*20 July 1807 Sylvain LeBlanc died on 20 July 1807 at Donaldsonville; online
     20 Jul 1807
Donaldsonville, an unknown place , Louisiana, USA
b 1809 see Ludevine #4409 marriage.5 
Burial*31 July 1807 He was buried on 31 July 1807 at Ascension Parish; ASC-4,74 (no other info given).6 

Family 1

Marie Madeleine LeBlanc b. c 1743, d. 1770
Marriage*circa 1763 He married Marie Madeleine LeBlanc circa 1763 at Donaldsonville; ?2 
Child

Family 2

Marie Josephe Babin b. 1746, d. 21 Jan 1807
Marriage*1769 Sylvain LeBlanc married Marie Josephe Babin in 1769 at Donaldsonville; saw-1772.4,1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S139] Acadians in Gray.
  2. [S57] Bona Arsenault, Louisiana book, p2538.
  3. [S15] Speculation.
  4. [S57] Bona Arsenault, Louisiana book.
  5. [S19] Catholic Church, Diocese of Baton Rouge, asc-2.182.
  6. [S19] Catholic Church, Diocese of Baton Rouge.

Marie Josephe Babin

F, #171, b. 1746, d. 21 January 1807

 
 

Note* Marie Josephe Babin Marie-Josèphe Babin, age 19, probably came alone. She married widower Sylvain LeBlanc probably at Cabanocé in the late 1760s and died there in January 1807, age 60, a widow.1 
Birth*1746 She was born in 1746 at Acadia.2 
Immigration*1768 She immigrated in 1768; Marie-Josèphe Babin, age 19, probably came alone. She married widower Sylvain LeBlanc probably at Cabanocé in the late 1760s and died there in January 1807, age 60, a widow.1 
Marriage*1769 She married Sylvain LeBlanc, son of Rene Le Blanc and Anne Theriot, in 1769 at Donaldsonville; saw-1772.3,1 
Death*21 January 1807 Marie Josephe Babin died on 21 January 1807 at Donaldsonville; online Died:      21 Jan 1807
Donaldsonville, an unknown place , Louisiana, USA
b 1809 see Ludevine #4409 marriage.4 
Burial*22 January 1807 She was buried on 22 January 1807 at Donaldsonville; Widow LeBlanc (ASC-4, 69) (no other info given).5 

Family

Sylvain LeBlanc b. 1745, d. 20 Jul 1807
Children

Citations

  1. [S139] Acadians in Gray.
  2. [S15] Speculation, on location.
  3. [S57] Bona Arsenault, Louisiana book.
  4. [S19] Catholic Church, Diocese of Baton Rouge, asc-2.182.
  5. [S19] Catholic Church, Diocese of Baton Rouge.

Joseph B. Broussard le jeune

M, #172, b. 26 February 1741, d. 16 February 1823

 

FatherJoseph U. Broussard b. 6 Mar 1713, d. Jan 1759
MotherUrsule Le Blanc b. c 1713, d. 4 Dec 1758
Joseph B. Broussard le jeune|b. 26 Feb 1741\nd. 16 Feb 1823|p6.htm#i172|Joseph U. Broussard|b. 6 Mar 1713\nd. Jan 1759|p10.htm#i344|Ursule Le Blanc|b. c 1713\nd. 4 Dec 1758|p11.htm#i345|Pierre Broussard|b. c 1683\nd. c 1740|p18.htm#i688|Marguerite Bourg|b. c Jul 1685|p18.htm#i689|Pierre G. Le Blanc dit Pinou|b. c 1686\nd. 22 Oct 1769|p18.htm#i690|Francoise Landry|b. c 1695\nd. 3 Oct 1767|p18.htm#i691|

Birth*26 February 1741 Joseph B. Broussard le jeune was born on 26 February 1741 at Grand Pre, St-Charles des Mines Parish, Acadia; [St. Gabriel] spo: Estienne LeBlanc & Anne LeBlanc.1 
 He was the son of Joseph U. Broussard and Ursule Le Blanc
Immigration*February 1765 Joseph B. Broussard le jeune immigrated in February 1765 to Fausse Pointe, Louisiana; first generation.2 
Psgr List*February 1765 He was found on a passenger list in February 1765 at New Orleans; with party from Halifax via St.-Domingue led by Joseph BROUSSARD dit Beausoleil.3 
land grant*17 February 1772 He was land grant #24 - 205 acres on Bayou Teche @ Loreauville on 17 February 1772 at Bayou Teche, Fausse Pointe.4,5 
Residence*1776 He lived in 1776 at Attakapas; of.. - per marriage record. 
Marriage*3 June 1776 He married Anne Breaux, daughter of Jean Baptiste Breaux and Marie Rose Landry, on 3 June 1776 at Donaldsonville; ASC-1,133 & 134; wit: Francois Broussard, Simon Broussard, Jean Baptiste Bro

BROUSSARD, Raphael (Joseph & Anne BRO - who were married in 1779) and this child was baptized by Fr. HYLAIRE at age 2 or 3 mths. Spons: Joseph LANDRY & Pelagie LANDRY spouse of Francois BROUSSARD. Since no record exists of this baptism, the following gave testimony to verify this baptism. Testimony given on 26 Jan. 1801 to Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE. Testimony by Joseph BROUSSARD, native of Acadia; Pierre LANDRY, a resident of this Post; Frederic TENHOLT, the sacristan of this parish. Come LEBLANC, a native of Acadia and is about 40 yrs. old; and Francois dit Beausoleil BROUSSARD, at Vermillon where he is a syndic [someone who served in a public capacity usually for some public work or project, much like the present-day police juror does. These were individuals who were responsible for bridge and road building and maintenance, collecting taxes for church maintenance, etc.], over 50 yrs. old. They attest to the dates and names given above. Document dated: 26 Jan. 1801. Fr. Michel BARRIERE (SM Ch.: Folio J - Special Papers).2 
Cattle*April 1781 Joseph B. Broussard le jeune was New Tag 60? cattle in April 1781. 
Note*25 November 1799 He BROUSSARD, Delphine (Joseph & Anne BRO - of Acadia - of this parish) bur. 25 Nov. 1799 at age 6 1/2 mths. Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.: v.4, #189) on 25 November 1799 at St. Martinville. 
Occupation*1803 He was Rancher ? farmer? In 1803 at Attakapas, Fausse Pointe.6 
Census*1810 He appeared on the census of 1810. 
Death*16 February 1823 He died on 16 February 1823 at Fausse Pointe at age 81; BROUSSARD, Joseph - native of Acadie; inhabitant at La fausse pointe; died suddenly during the evening of either the 14 or 15 Feb. 1823 at age about 72 years at the house of Philippe - homme de couleur; buried 16 Feb. 1823 in the parish cemetery. Fr. Gabriel ISABEY (SM Ch.: v.4, #1554)

online Died:      16 Feb 1823
St Martinville, Saint Martin, Louisiana, USA. 
Burial*16 February 1823 He was buried on 16 February 1823 at Parish Cemetery, St. Martinville; BROUSSARD, Joseph - native of Acadie; inhabitant at La fausse pointe; died suddenly during the evening of either the 14 or 15 Feb. 1823 at age about 72 years at the house of Philippe - homme de couleur; buried 16 Feb. 1823 in the parish cemetery. Fr. Gabriel ISABEY (SM Ch.: v.4, #1554). 

Family

Anne Breaux b. 1754, d. 19 Feb 1818
Marriage*3 June 1776 He married Anne Breaux, daughter of Jean Baptiste Breaux and Marie Rose Landry, on 3 June 1776 at Donaldsonville; ASC-1,133 & 134; wit: Francois Broussard, Simon Broussard, Jean Baptiste Bro

BROUSSARD, Raphael (Joseph & Anne BRO - who were married in 1779) and this child was baptized by Fr. HYLAIRE at age 2 or 3 mths. Spons: Joseph LANDRY & Pelagie LANDRY spouse of Francois BROUSSARD. Since no record exists of this baptism, the following gave testimony to verify this baptism. Testimony given on 26 Jan. 1801 to Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE. Testimony by Joseph BROUSSARD, native of Acadia; Pierre LANDRY, a resident of this Post; Frederic TENHOLT, the sacristan of this parish. Come LEBLANC, a native of Acadia and is about 40 yrs. old; and Francois dit Beausoleil BROUSSARD, at Vermillon where he is a syndic [someone who served in a public capacity usually for some public work or project, much like the present-day police juror does. These were individuals who were responsible for bridge and road building and maintenance, collecting taxes for church maintenance, etc.], over 50 yrs. old. They attest to the dates and names given above. Document dated: 26 Jan. 1801. Fr. Michel BARRIERE (SM Ch.: Folio J - Special Papers).2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S19] Catholic Church, Diocese of Baton Rouge, sga-3.7b.
  2. [S57] Bona Arsenault, Louisiana book, p2447.
  3. [S139] Acadians in Gray.
  4. [S100] Spanish land grants, Bayou Teche.
  5. [S108] Glenn R. Conrad, Land Records of the Attakapas District, p216.
  6. [S15] Speculation.
  7. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd101.

Anne Breaux

F, #173, b. 1754, d. 19 February 1818

 
 

FatherJean Baptiste Breaux b. c 1726, d. bt 1786 - 1796
MotherMarie Rose Landry b. c 1730, d. 12 Jan 1796
Anne Breaux|b. 1754\nd. 19 Feb 1818|p6.htm#i173|Jean Baptiste Breaux|b. c 1726\nd. bt 1786 - 1796|p9.htm#i278|Marie Rose Landry|b. c 1730\nd. 12 Jan 1796|p9.htm#i279|Jean B. I. Breaux|b. c 1699\nd. b 23 Jan 1759|p15.htm#i556|Elizabeth Henry|b. a 1707\nd. bt 1763 - 1767|p15.htm#i557|Pierre Landry|b. c 1705|p15.htm#i558|Anne M. Doucet|b. 14 Nov 1706|p15.htm#i559|

Note* Anne Breaux second generation at Fausse Pointe, Louisiana. 
CLARENCE B* She was clarence b 130e. 
Birth*1754 She was born in 1754 at Pisiguit, Acadie.1 
 She was the daughter of Jean Baptiste Breaux and Marie Rose Landry
Immigration*September 1766 Anne Breaux immigrated in September 1766 to Louisiana; Acadian 1st generation.2 
Marriage*3 June 1776 She married Joseph B. Broussard le jeune, son of Joseph U. Broussard and Ursule Le Blanc, on 3 June 1776 at Donaldsonville; ASC-1,133 & 134; wit: Francois Broussard, Simon Broussard, Jean Baptiste Bro

BROUSSARD, Raphael (Joseph & Anne BRO - who were married in 1779) and this child was baptized by Fr. HYLAIRE at age 2 or 3 mths. Spons: Joseph LANDRY & Pelagie LANDRY spouse of Francois BROUSSARD. Since no record exists of this baptism, the following gave testimony to verify this baptism. Testimony given on 26 Jan. 1801 to Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE. Testimony by Joseph BROUSSARD, native of Acadia; Pierre LANDRY, a resident of this Post; Frederic TENHOLT, the sacristan of this parish. Come LEBLANC, a native of Acadia and is about 40 yrs. old; and Francois dit Beausoleil BROUSSARD, at Vermillon where he is a syndic [someone who served in a public capacity usually for some public work or project, much like the present-day police juror does. These were individuals who were responsible for bridge and road building and maintenance, collecting taxes for church maintenance, etc.], over 50 yrs. old. They attest to the dates and names given above. Document dated: 26 Jan. 1801. Fr. Michel BARRIERE (SM Ch.: Folio J - Special Papers).3 
Census*1777 Anne Breaux appeared on the census of 1777 at Lafourche des Chetimachas, Ascension Parish; NOT here.4 
Death*19 February 1818 She died on 19 February 1818 at Fausse Pointe; BREAUX, Anne - native of Acadie; spouse of Joseph BROUSSARD; inhabitant at la fausse pointe; died 19 Feb. 1818 at age about 65 years at her home; buried 20 Feb. 1818 in the parish cemetery. Fr. Gabriel ISABEY (SM Ch.: v.4, #1169).5 
Burial*20 February 1818 She was buried on 20 February 1818 at Parish Cemetery, St. Martinville; BREAUX, Anne - native of Acadie; spouse of Joseph BROUSSARD; inhabitant at la fausse pointe; died 19 Feb. 1818 at age about 65 years at her home; buried 20 Feb. 1818 in the parish cemetery. Fr. Gabriel ISABEY (SM Ch.: v.4, #1169). 

Family

Joseph B. Broussard le jeune b. 26 Feb 1741, d. 16 Feb 1823
Marriage*3 June 1776 She married Joseph B. Broussard le jeune, son of Joseph U. Broussard and Ursule Le Blanc, on 3 June 1776 at Donaldsonville; ASC-1,133 & 134; wit: Francois Broussard, Simon Broussard, Jean Baptiste Bro

BROUSSARD, Raphael (Joseph & Anne BRO - who were married in 1779) and this child was baptized by Fr. HYLAIRE at age 2 or 3 mths. Spons: Joseph LANDRY & Pelagie LANDRY spouse of Francois BROUSSARD. Since no record exists of this baptism, the following gave testimony to verify this baptism. Testimony given on 26 Jan. 1801 to Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE. Testimony by Joseph BROUSSARD, native of Acadia; Pierre LANDRY, a resident of this Post; Frederic TENHOLT, the sacristan of this parish. Come LEBLANC, a native of Acadia and is about 40 yrs. old; and Francois dit Beausoleil BROUSSARD, at Vermillon where he is a syndic [someone who served in a public capacity usually for some public work or project, much like the present-day police juror does. These were individuals who were responsible for bridge and road building and maintenance, collecting taxes for church maintenance, etc.], over 50 yrs. old. They attest to the dates and names given above. Document dated: 26 Jan. 1801. Fr. Michel BARRIERE (SM Ch.: Folio J - Special Papers).3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S57] Bona Arsenault, Louisiana book, p2440.
  2. [S139] Acadians in Gray.
  3. [S57] Bona Arsenault, Louisiana book, p2447.
  4. [S92] Albert Robichaux, Bayou Lafourche Colonial Settlers, 17.
  5. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd101.

Marcelite Marie DeRouen

F, #174, b. 18 January 1812, d. 28 October 1851

FatherJoseph DeRouen b. 19 Nov 1776, d. 2 Nov 1820
MotherSolange Marie Prejean b. c 1782, d. 3 May 1861
Marcelite Marie DeRouen|b. 18 Jan 1812\nd. 28 Oct 1851|p6.htm#i174|Joseph DeRouen|b. 19 Nov 1776\nd. 2 Nov 1820|p163.htm#i5702|Solange Marie Prejean|b. c 1782\nd. 3 May 1861|p163.htm#i5703|Joseph F. DeRouen|b. c 1736\nd. 26 Jul 1819|p153.htm#i5389|Genevieve Hebert|b. c Mar 1750\nd. c 1806|p153.htm#i5395|Marin Prejean|b. c 1748\nd. 13 Jan 1798|p512.htm#i18004|Marie R. Benoit|b. c 1759|p512.htm#i18005|

Note*1812 Marcelite Marie DeRouen and Augustin DeRouen siblings in 1812. 
Birth*18 January 1812 Marcelite Marie DeRouen was born on 18 January 1812 at la Petite Anse; DEROUEN, Marcilienne (Joseph DROUIN - of la Petite anse & Marie Solanges PREJEAN) b. 18 Jan. 1812, bt. 29 March 1812 Pats: Joseph DROUIN & Genevieve HEBERT; Mats: dec. Joseph PREJEAN & Marie Rose BENOIT; Spons: Alexandre HEBERT & Marcillienne HEBERT. Fr. Gabriel ISABEY (SM Ch.: v.6, #1305).1 
 She was the daughter of Joseph DeRouen and Solange Marie Prejean
Marriage*8 January 1828 Marcelite Marie DeRouen married Sylvestre Louviere, son of Frederic Louviere and Francoise Pelagie Bonin, on 8 January 1828 at Fausse Pointe, St. Martinville; LOUVIERE, Silvere - native of this parish (minor son of Frederic & Pelagie BONIN) m. 8 Jan. 1828 Marcellienne DEROUEN - native of this parish (minor daughter of Joseph & Marie Solange PREJEAN) Wits: Eloi DEROUEN, Joseph DEROUEN, Barthelemi COSSE, Joseph DEROIN. Fr. Marcel BORELLA (SM Ch.: v.7, #71)

DEROUEN, Marcellienne - native of this parish (minor daughter of Joseph & Marie Solange PREJEAN) m. 8 Jan. 1828 Silvere LOUVIERE - native of this parish (minor son of Frederic & Pelagie BONIN) Wits: Eloi DEROUEN, Joseph DEROUEN, Barthelemi COSSE, Joseph DEROIN. Fr. Marcel BORELLA (SM Ch.: v.7, #71)

LOUVIERE, Silver m. Marcelienne DEROUEN In Succ. of Marcelienne DEROUEN dated 25 Nov. 1852 (SM Ct. Hse.: Succ. # 1340).2 
Census*17 October 1850 Marcelite Marie DeRouen and Sylvestre Louviere appeared on the census of 17 October 1850 at Fausse Pointe, Loreauville, St. Martin Parish; page 140. 
Death*28 October 1851 Marcelite Marie DeRouen died on 28 October 1851 at Fausse Pointe at age 39; DEROUEN, Marcilienne m. Sylvain LOUVIERE d. 28 Oct. 1851 at age 38 yrs. (NI Ch.: v. 1, p. 32)
@ 38 years.2 
Probate*25 November 1852 Her estate was probated on 25 November 1852 at St. Martinville; DEROUEN, Marcelienne m. Silver LOUVIERE Succ. dated 25 Nov. 1852 (SM Ct. Hse.: Succ. #1340)
succ dated.3,2 

Family

Sylvestre Louviere b. 8 Jun 1807, d. 21 Apr 1881
Marriage*8 January 1828 She married Sylvestre Louviere, son of Frederic Louviere and Francoise Pelagie Bonin, on 8 January 1828 at Fausse Pointe, St. Martinville; LOUVIERE, Silvere - native of this parish (minor son of Frederic & Pelagie BONIN) m. 8 Jan. 1828 Marcellienne DEROUEN - native of this parish (minor daughter of Joseph & Marie Solange PREJEAN) Wits: Eloi DEROUEN, Joseph DEROUEN, Barthelemi COSSE, Joseph DEROIN. Fr. Marcel BORELLA (SM Ch.: v.7, #71)

DEROUEN, Marcellienne - native of this parish (minor daughter of Joseph & Marie Solange PREJEAN) m. 8 Jan. 1828 Silvere LOUVIERE - native of this parish (minor son of Frederic & Pelagie BONIN) Wits: Eloi DEROUEN, Joseph DEROUEN, Barthelemi COSSE, Joseph DEROIN. Fr. Marcel BORELLA (SM Ch.: v.7, #71)

LOUVIERE, Silver m. Marcelienne DEROUEN In Succ. of Marcelienne DEROUEN dated 25 Nov. 1852 (SM Ct. Hse.: Succ. # 1340).2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd101.
  2. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd 101.
  3. [S12] St. Martinville Courthouse, # 1340.

Pierre II Bodin

M, #176, b. 1735

 

FatherPierre I Bodin b. c 1715, d. a 1736
MotherJeanne Guilbeaux b. c 1715, d. a 1736
Pierre II Bodin|b. 1735|p6.htm#i176|Pierre I Bodin|b. c 1715\nd. a 1736|p11.htm#i352|Jeanne Guilbeaux|b. c 1715\nd. a 1736|p11.htm#i353|||||||||||||

Death* Pierre II Bodin died at France. 
Note* He 2. PIERRE2 BODIN (PIERRE1) was born 1735 in France. He married JEANNE MASONETTE 1758 in France.
Child of PIERRE BODIN and JEANNE MASONETTE is:
3. i. JEAN LOUIS3 BODIN, b. December 28, 1761, Noirmoutier, France. 
Birth*1735 He was born in 1735 at France.1 
 He was the son of Pierre I Bodin and Jeanne Guilbeaux
Marriage*1758 Pierre II Bodin married Jeanne Massonet in 1758 at France.1 

Family

Jeanne Massonet b. 1738, d. a 1762
Child

Citations

  1. [S11] Approximation.

Jeanne Massonet

F, #177, b. 1738, d. after 1762

 

Birth*1738 Jeanne Massonet was born in 1738 at France. 
Marriage*1758 She married Pierre II Bodin, son of Pierre I Bodin and Jeanne Guilbeaux, in 1758 at France.1 
Death*after 1762 Jeanne Massonet died after 1762 at France.2 

Family

Pierre II Bodin b. 1735
Child

Citations

  1. [S11] Approximation.
  2. [S15] Speculation.

Gregoire Alexis Doiron1

M, #178, b. 1752, d. before 1784

FatherJoseph Doiron b. c 1715, d. 13 Dec 1758
MotherMarguerite Tillard b. 20 Aug 1714, d. c 13 Dec 1758
Gregoire Alexis Doiron|b. 1752\nd. b 1784|p6.htm#i178|Joseph Doiron|b. c 1715\nd. 13 Dec 1758|p11.htm#i356|Marguerite Tillard|b. 20 Aug 1714\nd. c 13 Dec 1758|p11.htm#i357|Noel Doiron|b. c Dec 1684\nd. c 13 Dec 1758|p18.htm#i712|Marie Henry|b. c 1681\nd. c 13 Dec 1758|p19.htm#i713|Francois Tillard|b. c 1680\nd. b 30 Jun 1732|p19.htm#i714|Marguerite Prince|b. c 1681|p19.htm#i715|

CHART NUM* Gregoire Alexis Doiron was chart num 44. 
Note* He first generation ? when at Bayou Lafourche, Louisiana.2,3 
Birth*1752 He was born in 1752 at ile St. Jean; 15 April 1744-from Evangeline's Cousins.2,4,5,1 
 He was the son of Joseph Doiron and Marguerite Tillard
Marriage*19 May 1767 Gregoire Alexis Doiron married Hellen Aucoin on 19 May 1767 at France;
see child's birth.2,5,1 
Death*before 1784 Gregoire Alexis Doiron died before 1784.1 

Family

Hellen Aucoin b. 1743, d. 22 Aug 1786
Children

Citations

  1. [S137] Evangeline Cousins.
  2. [S57] Bona Arsenault, Louisiana book, p2472.
  3. [S15] Speculation.
  4. [S54] Bona Arsenault, Cobequid book, p1482.
  5. [S15] Speculation, on location.

Hellen Aucoin

F, #179, b. 1743, d. 22 August 1786

 

Note* Hellen Aucoin Helen-born c1747; daughter of Antoine AUCOIN & Élisabeth AMIREAU; deported from either Île St.-Jean or Île Royale to St.-Malo, France, aboard one of the Five Ships 25 Nov 1758, arrived St.-Malo 23 Jan 1759, age 12; at St.-Énogat, France, 1759-61; at St.-Lunaire, France, 1761-63; at St.-Énogat 1763-66; married, age 19, (1)Alexis-Grégoire, called Grégoire, son of Alexis DOIRON & Marguerite THIBODEAUX of L'Assomption, Pigiguit, 19 May 1767, St.-Énogat; on list of Acadians at Nantes, France, Sep 1784, called Hélène AUCOIN widow Grégoire DOIRON, with 2 unnamed daughters; married, age 36, (2)Louis, fils, son of Louis DANTIN & Marguerite LA SONDE of Port-Toulouse, Île Royale, & widower of Jeanne GESMIER, 9 Nov 1784, St.-Similien, Nantes; sailed to LA on L'Amitié, age 37; died [buried] Lafourche 22 Aug 1786, age 38.1 
GENE CODE* She was gene code 179. 
CHART NUM* She was chart num 44. 
Birth*1743 She was born in 1743 at France; was 1755.2,3 
Marriage*19 May 1767 She married Gregoire Alexis Doiron, son of Joseph Doiron and Marguerite Tillard, on 19 May 1767 at France;
see child's birth.4,2,3 
Marriage*9 November 1784 Hellen Aucoin married an unknown person on 9 November 1784; Louis Francois Dantin-Marriage 9 November 1784 (Age 41) Louis Francois Dantin - [View Family] St Similien, Nantes, France.3 
Immigration*November 1785 She immigrated in November 1785.1 
Death*22 August 1786 She died on 22 August 1786.3 

Family

Gregoire Alexis Doiron b. 1752, d. b 1784
Marriage*19 May 1767 She married Gregoire Alexis Doiron, son of Joseph Doiron and Marguerite Tillard, on 19 May 1767 at France;
see child's birth.4,2,3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S139] Acadians in Gray.
  2. [S15] Speculation, on location.
  3. [S137] Evangeline Cousins.
  4. [S57] Bona Arsenault, Louisiana book, p2472.

Armand Joseph Landry

M, #180, b. circa 1738, d. 10 November 1793

FatherCharles Landry b. 1706, d. b 7 Jul 1763
MotherMarie Le Blanc b. 1706
Armand Joseph Landry|b. c 1738\nd. 10 Nov 1793|p6.htm#i180|Charles Landry|b. 1706\nd. b 7 Jul 1763|p11.htm#i360|Marie Le Blanc|b. 1706|p11.htm#i361|Abraham Landry|b. c 1678\nd. a 1732|p13.htm#i488|Marie Guilbeau|b. c 1683|p14.htm#i489|Charles Le Blanc|b. c 1684\nd. 13 Dec 1737|p40.htm#i1472|Marie Gautrot|b. c Jul 1685|p47.htm#i1688|

Birth*circa 1738 Armand Joseph Landry was born circa 1738 at Pisiguit; bur. 10 Nov. 1793 at age 55 yrs. Received the sacraments; died of ""una apostema"" [meaning is un clear]. Fr. George MURPHY (SM Ch.: v.4

per census 1746.1,2 
 He was the son of Charles Landry and Marie Le Blanc
Address*after 1765  As of after 1765, Armand Joseph Landry lived at Cote Gelee; of. 
land grant*after 1765 He was land grant 841.26 arpentage [cert# A-1256] after 1765 at Bayou Vermilion, Abbeville.3 
Immigration*September 1766 He immigrated in September 1766 to Louisiana; Acadian 1st generation.4 
Marriage*circa 1768 He married Marguerite Melancon, daughter of Pierre Melancon and Rosalie Marie Blanchard, circa 1768; married, age 21, Pierre-Amand, called Amand, son of Charles LANDRY & Marie LEBLANC, c1768, probably Cabanocé

not S.J.4 
Census*1769 Armand Joseph Landry appeared on the census of 1769; on west bank of Mississippi [? Lot # 85?] - based on 1770 census, living next to Pierre Firmin Breaux.5 
Census*1770 He and Firmin Pierre Breaux appeared on the census of 1770 at Ascension; living next to.. - lot#86 west bank of Mississippi.5 
Census*1770 Armand Joseph Landry and Marguerite Melancon appeared on the census of 1770 at Ascension; west [right] bank of Mississippi [towards end of census] Joseph Vital not born yet - was she pregnant with her first? he was 24, she was 22.5 
Milit-Beg*1776 Armand Joseph Landry began military service in 1776 at St. Martinville on American Revolution marker.6 
Note*May 1776 He look at Victoire's bap record; has family moved away from Donaldsonville ? In May 1776. 
Cattle*April 1781 He was New Tag 40? cattle in April 1781. 
Occupation*April 1781 He was Rancher in April 1781. 
Marriage Contract*28 July 1789 A contract for the marriage of Armand Joseph Landry and Elizabeth Landry was signed on 28 July 1789 at St. Martinville; LANDRY, Elisabete - inhabitant of this parish; wid. of dec. Joseph DUGAS m. contract dated: 28 July 1789 Amant LANDRY - widr. of dec. Marguerite MELANSON; inhabitant of this Post Wits: Firmin LANDRY, Olivier LANDRY, Joseph PREJEAN, Amand DUGAS, Joseph GRANGER, Rene TRAHAN, Simon BROUSSARD (SM Ct.Hse.: OA-v.7, #6)

LANDRY, Amand - widr. of Marguerite MELANCON; inhabitant of this Post m. contract dated: 28 July 1789 Elizabeth LANDRY - wid. of dec. Joseph DUGAS; inhabitant of this parish. Wits: Firmin LANDRY, Olivier LANDRY, Joseph PREJEAN, Amand DUGAS, Joseph GRANGER. Rene TRAHAN, Simon BROUSSARD (SM Ct.Hse.: OA-v.7, #6).7,8 
Marriage*19 August 1789 Armand Joseph Landry married Elizabeth Landry, daughter of Jean Baptiste Amand Landry and Elizabeth Dugas, on 19 August 1789 at St. Martinville; LANDRY, Isabel - wid. of Joseph DUGA (Baptiste & Isabel DUGAS - de St. Malo) m. 19 Aug. 1789 Amand LANDRY - widr. of Marguerite MELANSON (Charles - & Marie LEBLANC - natives of Acadia) Wits: Olivier LANDRY, Firmin LANDRY, Francois BROUSSARD, Joseph MODENA, Joseph GRANGER. Fr. de DEVA (SM Ch.: v.4, #33)

LANDRY, Amand - widr. of Marguerite MELANSON (Charles & Marie LEBLANC - "nativos de la Acadia" [natives of Acadia]) m. 19 Aug. 1789 Isabel LANDRY - wid. of Joseph DUGA (Baptiste & Isabel DUGAS - de St. Malo) Wits: Olivier LANDRY, Firmin LANDRY, Francois BROUSSARD, Joseph MODENA, Joseph GRANGER. Fr. de DEVA (SM Ch.: v.4, #33).9,8 
Burial*10 November 1793 Armand Joseph Landry was buried on 10 November 1793 at St. Martin #1, St. Martinville; LANDRY, Amand - native of La Cadie bur. 10 Nov. 1793 at age 55 yrs. Received the sacraments; died of "una apostema" [meaning is un clear]. Fr. George MURPHY (SM Ch.: v.4, #63).8,6 
Death*10 November 1793 He died on 10 November 1793 at Cote Gelee, St. Martinville; LANDRY, Amand - native of La Cadie bur. 10 Nov. 1793 at age 55 yrs. Received the sacraments; died of "una apostema" [meaning is un clear]. Fr. George MURPHY (SM Ch.: v.4, #63).8 

Family 1

Marguerite Melancon b. 13 Sep 1747, d. 5 Feb 1788
Marriage*circa 1768 He married Marguerite Melancon, daughter of Pierre Melancon and Rosalie Marie Blanchard, circa 1768; married, age 21, Pierre-Amand, called Amand, son of Charles LANDRY & Marie LEBLANC, c1768, probably Cabanocé

not S.J.4 
Children

Family 2

Elizabeth Landry b. 11 Mar 1760, d. 16 Feb 1823
Marriage Contract*28 July 1789 A contract for the marriage of Armand Joseph Landry and Elizabeth Landry was signed on 28 July 1789 at St. Martinville; LANDRY, Elisabete - inhabitant of this parish; wid. of dec. Joseph DUGAS m. contract dated: 28 July 1789 Amant LANDRY - widr. of dec. Marguerite MELANSON; inhabitant of this Post Wits: Firmin LANDRY, Olivier LANDRY, Joseph PREJEAN, Amand DUGAS, Joseph GRANGER, Rene TRAHAN, Simon BROUSSARD (SM Ct.Hse.: OA-v.7, #6)

LANDRY, Amand - widr. of Marguerite MELANCON; inhabitant of this Post m. contract dated: 28 July 1789 Elizabeth LANDRY - wid. of dec. Joseph DUGAS; inhabitant of this parish. Wits: Firmin LANDRY, Olivier LANDRY, Joseph PREJEAN, Amand DUGAS, Joseph GRANGER. Rene TRAHAN, Simon BROUSSARD (SM Ct.Hse.: OA-v.7, #6).7,8 
Marriage*19 August 1789 Armand Joseph Landry married Elizabeth Landry, daughter of Jean Baptiste Amand Landry and Elizabeth Dugas, on 19 August 1789 at St. Martinville; LANDRY, Isabel - wid. of Joseph DUGA (Baptiste & Isabel DUGAS - de St. Malo) m. 19 Aug. 1789 Amand LANDRY - widr. of Marguerite MELANSON (Charles - & Marie LEBLANC - natives of Acadia) Wits: Olivier LANDRY, Firmin LANDRY, Francois BROUSSARD, Joseph MODENA, Joseph GRANGER. Fr. de DEVA (SM Ch.: v.4, #33)

LANDRY, Amand - widr. of Marguerite MELANSON (Charles & Marie LEBLANC - "nativos de la Acadia" [natives of Acadia]) m. 19 Aug. 1789 Isabel LANDRY - wid. of Joseph DUGA (Baptiste & Isabel DUGAS - de St. Malo) Wits: Olivier LANDRY, Firmin LANDRY, Francois BROUSSARD, Joseph MODENA, Joseph GRANGER. Fr. de DEVA (SM Ch.: v.4, #33).9,8 
Child

Citations

  1. [S57] Bona Arsenault, Louisiana book, p2521 ca 1748.
  2. [S92] Albert Robichaux, Bayou Lafourche Colonial Settlers, 5 ca 1746.
  3. [S128] Unknown author, "Attakapas Gazette."
  4. [S139] Acadians in Gray.
  5. [S92] Albert Robichaux, Bayou Lafourche Colonial Settlers, 5.
  6. [S136] Judy Riffel & Larry Gates, St. Matin Parish Cemeteries.
  7. [S12] St. Martinville Courthouse.
  8. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd101.
  9. [S9] Ste Martin de Tours Church.

Marguerite Melancon

F, #181, b. 13 September 1747, d. 5 February 1788

 

FatherPierre Melancon b. 24 Jun 1710, d. b 20 Jun 1763
MotherRosalie Marie Blanchard b. c 1714, d. b 20 Jun 1763
Marguerite Melancon|b. 13 Sep 1747\nd. 5 Feb 1788|p6.htm#i181|Pierre Melancon|b. 24 Jun 1710\nd. b 20 Jun 1763|p11.htm#i362|Rosalie Marie Blanchard|b. c 1714\nd. b 20 Jun 1763|p11.htm#i363|Jean Melanson|b. c 1681\nd. b 1739|p12.htm#i420|Marguerite Dugas|b. 19 Mar 1681\nd. b 27 Feb 1729|p12.htm#i421|Rene Blanchard|b. c 1677|p19.htm#i726||||

Note*circa 1747 Marguerite Melancon Marguerite-born c1747, probably Grand-Pré; daughter of Pierre MELANÇON & Rosalie BLANCHARD; sister of Joseph; exiled to MD 1755, age 8; arrived LA 1766, age 19; married, age 21, Pierre-Amand, called Amand, son of Charles LANDRY & Marie LEBLANC, c1768, probably Cabanocé; in Cabanocé census, 1769, right [west] bank, age 22, with husband & no children; in Ascension census, 1770, right [west] bank, age 22, with husband & brother Joseph; moved to Attakapas District; in Attakapas census, 1777, age 27, with husband, 1 son, & 2 daughters; in Attakapas census, 1781, unnamed, with husband & 3 others; in Attakapas census, 1785, unnamed, with husband & 6 others; died [buried] Attakapas 6 Feb 1788, "at age a little over 40 yrs." circa 1747.1 
Birth*13 September 1747 She was born on 13 September 1747 at Grand Pre; ? 
 She was the daughter of Pierre Melancon and Rosalie Marie Blanchard
Immigration*September 1766 Marguerite Melancon immigrated in September 1766 to Louisiana; Acadian 1st generation.1 
Marriage*circa 1768 She married Armand Joseph Landry, son of Charles Landry and Marie Le Blanc, circa 1768; married, age 21, Pierre-Amand, called Amand, son of Charles LANDRY & Marie LEBLANC, c1768, probably Cabanocé

not S.J.1 
Census*1770 Marguerite Melancon and Armand Joseph Landry appeared on the census of 1770 at Ascension; west [right] bank of Mississippi [towards end of census] Joseph Vital not born yet - was she pregnant with her first? he was 24, she was 22.2 
Death*5 February 1788 Marguerite Melancon died on 5 February 1788 at Cote Gelee at age 40; MELANCON, Marguerite - of Canada, living in this parish, wife of Amand LANDRY bur. 6 Feb. 1788 at age a little over 40 yrs. Fr. Josef Antonio MASEDA (SM Ch.: v.4, #20)

died [buried] Attakapas 6 Feb 1788, "at age a little over 40 yrs."3,1 
Burial*6 February 1788 She was buried on 6 February 1788 at St. Martinville; MELANCON, Marguerite - of Canada, living in this parish, wife of Amand LANDRY bur. 6 Feb. 1788 at age a little over 40 yrs. Fr. Josef Antonio MASEDA (SM Ch.: v.4, #20).3 

Family

Armand Joseph Landry b. c 1738, d. 10 Nov 1793
Marriage*circa 1768 She married Armand Joseph Landry, son of Charles Landry and Marie Le Blanc, circa 1768; married, age 21, Pierre-Amand, called Amand, son of Charles LANDRY & Marie LEBLANC, c1768, probably Cabanocé

not S.J.1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S139] Acadians in Gray.
  2. [S92] Albert Robichaux, Bayou Lafourche Colonial Settlers, 5.
  3. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd101.

Simon Mire

M, #182, b. 1744, d. 25 December 1807

FatherPierre Mire b. c 1705, d. b 26 Feb 1748
MotherElizabeth Thibodeau b. 16 Nov 1710, d. a 1744
Simon Mire|b. 1744\nd. 25 Dec 1807|p6.htm#i182|Pierre Mire|b. c 1705\nd. b 26 Feb 1748|p11.htm#i364|Elizabeth Thibodeau|b. 16 Nov 1710\nd. a 1744|p11.htm#i365|||||||Claude Thibodeau|b. c 1685\nd. a 1734|p19.htm#i730|Elizabeth Comeau|b. c 1692|p19.htm#i731|

Story* Notes on: Simon Mire

(RN=182) (Twin of Joseph - 1314). 1769,occupied lot # 1OO @ St. James on the Mississippi.
1789, Militiamen @ Attakapas Post. ("Public lands" no. 245, p 182. no.119-464).
Simon Mire claims two hundred superficial arpents of land, via: five arpents front, by 4O deep,
situated on the left bank of bayou Tortue, in the country of Attakapas, bounded on the southeast
by land of Firmin Giroird and on the other side by that of Vital Landry. Surveyed 30-Apr-1795
by Francois Gonsoulin, then Assistant Surveyor.

 
Note* Simon Mire second generation at Pisiguit.1 
Birth*1744 He was born in 1744 at Pisiguit; bur. 26 Dec. 1807 at age 70 yrs. Fr. Gabriel ISABEY (SM Ch.: v.4.1,2 
Note*1744 He and Joseph Mire twins in 1744.1 
 Simon Mire was the son of Pierre Mire and Elizabeth Thibodeau
Immigration*1765 Simon Mire immigrated in 1765 to Louisiana; Acadian 1st generation.3 
Marriage*31 March 1766 He married Magdeleine Cormier, daughter of Jean Baptiste Cormier pere and Madeleine Richard, on 31 March 1766 at German Coast; Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2006 20:17:13 -0600

From:
"Elton J. Oubre"

To:
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Subject:
Re: [ACADIAN-CAJUN] Joseph MIRE, detail

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Just a reminder that Simon Mire and Madeleine Cormier had a marriage
contract recorded on the German Coast, now filed in the courthouse
records
at Hahnville.

She was in the first group of Acadians.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Stanley LeBlanc" <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Friday, March 17, 2006 12:42 PM
Subject: RE: [ACADIAN-CAJUN] Joseph MIRE, detail


> Simon and Madeleine [who married 3/31/1766] had a son named Joseph bn
abt
> 1769 [he was 8 mos old on the 9/14/1769 census]. This Joseph married
> Emilie
> Guilbeaux on Aug. 16, 1796 - see Marriage Investigation below.
>
> MIRE, Joseph - 28 yrs. old from St. James Parish, Louisiana (Simon &
> Magdeleine CORMIER) "Informacion de Solteria Producida" - [Marriage > Investigation regarding the freedom to marry] dated: 27 July 1796
Emilie
> GUILLEBAUD - of this parish (Charles & Anne TRAHAN) Wits: Louis
CHEMIN -
> bedo [sacristan] of this parish, assistant witness, Jean
FRANC-MERCADE-
> assistant witness, Bazile LANDRY, Jean Baptiste BRUSARD - the last
two
> between 40-50 yrs. [Usually 2 assisting witnesses and ordinary witnesses].
> Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.: Marriage Investigation: Folio D,
#5)
>
> Joseph and Madeleine Granger apparently had an out-of-wedlock child
born
> in
> Sept. 1796, a month after he married Emilie. Perhaps this is why
there was
> a
> Marriage Investigation!
>
> Stanley LeBlanc
> http://www.thecajuns.com



Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 22:21:29 -0600

From:
"Elton J. Oubre"

To:
[email protected]

Subject:
Re: [ACADIAN-CAJUN] spouse of Joachim MIRRE

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To all:
consider that these marriages, reported by Judice, all fall into the
period
of the missing frontal pages of the St. James Church records, as well
as
into the period of the lost (burned) records of the German Coast
church,
whose missionary pastor apparently performed these ceremonies. A couple
of
earlier civil marriage contracts (1766) were recorded in the
Darensbourg
records, (St. Charles courthouse), those of Michel Porrier and of Simon
Mire, to the Cormier sisters of the First Acadians, probably indicating
that
these two earliest religious ceremonies were at the German Coast
church; and
also probably indicating that others were performed on the German
Coast,
before the reports by Judice, and the establishment of the Acadian
Coast
church (St. Jacque et St. Phillippe). I would not be surprised to learn
later of discovery of other reports (other Legajos) of Judice, since he
was
reporting to civil authorities on all activities within his command.. I
don't believe that Mrs. Bourgeois or anybody else has exhausted the
subject.4 
Census*14 September 1769 Simon Mire appeared on the census of 14 September 1769 at St. James, LA; occupied lot # 100, on the Mississippi
MIRE, Placide (Joseph - of the Mississippi, the Coast of Manchac & Emilie GUILLEBAUT - from here) b. 22 April 1798, bt. 15 July 1798 Pats: Simon MIRE & Magdeleine CORMIER - of Acadia; Mats: Charles GUILLBEAUT & Anne dite Nanette TRAHAN - of Acadia; Spons: Pierre MIRE & Magdeleine GUILLEBAUT. Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.: v.5, #67).4 
land grant*6 September 1776 He was land grant #56 on 6 September 1776 at Bayou Tortue, Broussard.5 
Occupation*May 1803 He was Rancher in May 1803 at the quarter of the church, Attakapas.6 
Cattle*May 1803 He was New Tag 50 cattle in May 1803 at the quarter of the church, Attakapas District. 
Census*May 1803 He and Magdeleine Cormier appeared on the census of May 1803 at the quarter of the church, Attakapas; he was 62, wife - 52. 5 arpents, 50 cattle, 20 horses boy 32, 18 girl 22, 15, 10.6 
Death*25 December 1807 Simon Mire died on 25 December 1807 at La Cote Gelee; MIRE, Simon - of Acadia d. 25 Dec. 1807 at his home at La Cote Gelee, bur. 26 Dec. 1807 at age 70 yrs. Fr. Gabriel ISABEY (SM Ch.: v.4, #490)

on his farm at.. @ the reported age of 70 V4 #490.4 
Probate*17 February 1808 His estate was probated on 17 February 1808 at St. Martinville; estate no 16. $2,987.
MIRE, Simon wid. is Magdaleine CORMIER. Succ. dated 17 Feb. 1808. (SM Ct. Hse.: Succ. #16)

CORMIER, Magdaleine m. Simon MIRE. In Succ. of Simon MIRE dated 17 Feb. 1808 (SM Ct. Hse.: Succ. #16).7,8,9 

Family

Magdeleine Cormier b. c 1745, d. b 20 Dec 1821
Marriage*31 March 1766 He married Magdeleine Cormier, daughter of Jean Baptiste Cormier pere and Madeleine Richard, on 31 March 1766 at German Coast; Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2006 20:17:13 -0600

From:
"Elton J. Oubre"

To:
[email protected]

Subject:
Re: [ACADIAN-CAJUN] Joseph MIRE, detail

Plain Text Attachment [ Download File | Save to Yahoo! Briefcase ]
Just a reminder that Simon Mire and Madeleine Cormier had a marriage
contract recorded on the German Coast, now filed in the courthouse
records
at Hahnville.

She was in the first group of Acadians.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Stanley LeBlanc" <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Friday, March 17, 2006 12:42 PM
Subject: RE: [ACADIAN-CAJUN] Joseph MIRE, detail


> Simon and Madeleine [who married 3/31/1766] had a son named Joseph bn
abt
> 1769 [he was 8 mos old on the 9/14/1769 census]. This Joseph married
> Emilie
> Guilbeaux on Aug. 16, 1796 - see Marriage Investigation below.
>
> MIRE, Joseph - 28 yrs. old from St. James Parish, Louisiana (Simon &
> Magdeleine CORMIER) "Informacion de Solteria Producida" - [Marriage > Investigation regarding the freedom to marry] dated: 27 July 1796
Emilie
> GUILLEBAUD - of this parish (Charles & Anne TRAHAN) Wits: Louis
CHEMIN -
> bedo [sacristan] of this parish, assistant witness, Jean
FRANC-MERCADE-
> assistant witness, Bazile LANDRY, Jean Baptiste BRUSARD - the last
two
> between 40-50 yrs. [Usually 2 assisting witnesses and ordinary witnesses].
> Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.: Marriage Investigation: Folio D,
#5)
>
> Joseph and Madeleine Granger apparently had an out-of-wedlock child
born
> in
> Sept. 1796, a month after he married Emilie. Perhaps this is why
there was
> a
> Marriage Investigation!
>
> Stanley LeBlanc
> http://www.thecajuns.com



Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 22:21:29 -0600

From:
"Elton J. Oubre"

To:
[email protected]

Subject:
Re: [ACADIAN-CAJUN] spouse of Joachim MIRRE

Plain Text Attachment [ Download File | Save to Yahoo! Briefcase ]
To all:
consider that these marriages, reported by Judice, all fall into the
period
of the missing frontal pages of the St. James Church records, as well
as
into the period of the lost (burned) records of the German Coast
church,
whose missionary pastor apparently performed these ceremonies. A couple
of
earlier civil marriage contracts (1766) were recorded in the
Darensbourg
records, (St. Charles courthouse), those of Michel Porrier and of Simon
Mire, to the Cormier sisters of the First Acadians, probably indicating
that
these two earliest religious ceremonies were at the German Coast
church; and
also probably indicating that others were performed on the German
Coast,
before the reports by Judice, and the establishment of the Acadian
Coast
church (St. Jacque et St. Phillippe). I would not be surprised to learn
later of discovery of other reports (other Legajos) of Judice, since he
was
reporting to civil authorities on all activities within his command.. I
don't believe that Mrs. Bourgeois or anybody else has exhausted the
subject.4 
Children

Citations

  1. [S50] Bona Arsenault, Pisiguit book.
  2. [S57] Bona Arsenault, Louisiana book.
  3. [S139] Acadians in Gray.
  4. [S57] Bona Arsenault, Louisiana book, p2559.
  5. [S108] Glenn R. Conrad, Land Records of the Attakapas District, p148.
  6. [S124] "Judy Riffel" < and e-mail address>, "le Raconteur."
  7. [S12] St. Martinville Courthouse.
  8. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd101.
  9. [S108] Glenn R. Conrad, Land Records of the Attakapas District.

Magdeleine Cormier

F, #183, b. circa 1745, d. before 20 December 1821

 

FatherJean Baptiste Cormier pere b. c 1709, d. a 1777
MotherMadeleine Richard b. c 1708, d. 12 Aug 1763
Magdeleine Cormier|b. c 1745\nd. b 20 Dec 1821|p6.htm#i183|Jean Baptiste Cormier pere|b. c 1709\nd. a 1777|p11.htm#i366|Madeleine Richard|b. c 1708\nd. 12 Aug 1763|p11.htm#i367|Pierre Cormier|b. 25 Mar 1682|p19.htm#i732|Catherine Le Blanc|b. c 1683\nd. b 14 Nov 1740|p19.htm#i733|Martin Richard|b. c 1665\nd. b 6 Feb 1748|p19.htm#i734|Marguerite Bourg|b. c 1673|p19.htm#i735|

Note*circa 1741 Magdeleine Cormier Madeleine-born c1741, probably Chignecto; daughter of Jean-Baptiste CORMIER & Marie-Madeleine RICHARD; sister of Anastasie, Jean-Baptiste, fils, Marguerite, Marie, & Marie-Anne, first cousin of Joseph & Michel; exiled to GA 1755, age 14; moved to Charleston, SC, 1763; on list of Acadians in SC, Aug 1763, unnamed, with parents & siblings; among first Acadians to reach LA, from GA via Mobile, Feb 1764, age 23; married, age 25, Simon, son of Pierre LEMIRE dit MIRE & his second wife Isabelle THIBODEAUX of Pigiguit, 31 Mar 1766, Cabanocé, the same day as sister Marie's wedding; in Cabanocé census, 1766, left [east] bank, age 22, with husband & no children; in St.-Jacques census, 1777, left [east] bank, age 33, with husband, 3 sons, & 2 daughters; in St.-Jacques census, 1779, unnamed, with husband & 6 others; moved to Attakapas District, settled at Cote Gelée; in Attakapas census, 1785, unnamed, with husband & 6 others circa 1741.1 
Birth*circa 1745 She was born circa 1745 at Beaubassin. 
 She was the daughter of Jean Baptiste Cormier pere and Madeleine Richard
Immigration*February 1764 Magdeleine Cormier immigrated in February 1764 to Louisiana; Acadian 1st generation.1 
Marriage*31 March 1766 She married Simon Mire, son of Pierre Mire and Elizabeth Thibodeau, on 31 March 1766 at German Coast; Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2006 20:17:13 -0600

From:
"Elton J. Oubre"

To:
[email protected]

Subject:
Re: [ACADIAN-CAJUN] Joseph MIRE, detail

Plain Text Attachment [ Download File | Save to Yahoo! Briefcase ]
Just a reminder that Simon Mire and Madeleine Cormier had a marriage
contract recorded on the German Coast, now filed in the courthouse
records
at Hahnville.

She was in the first group of Acadians.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Stanley LeBlanc" <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Friday, March 17, 2006 12:42 PM
Subject: RE: [ACADIAN-CAJUN] Joseph MIRE, detail


> Simon and Madeleine [who married 3/31/1766] had a son named Joseph bn
abt
> 1769 [he was 8 mos old on the 9/14/1769 census]. This Joseph married
> Emilie
> Guilbeaux on Aug. 16, 1796 - see Marriage Investigation below.
>
> MIRE, Joseph - 28 yrs. old from St. James Parish, Louisiana (Simon &
> Magdeleine CORMIER) "Informacion de Solteria Producida" - [Marriage > Investigation regarding the freedom to marry] dated: 27 July 1796
Emilie
> GUILLEBAUD - of this parish (Charles & Anne TRAHAN) Wits: Louis
CHEMIN -
> bedo [sacristan] of this parish, assistant witness, Jean
FRANC-MERCADE-
> assistant witness, Bazile LANDRY, Jean Baptiste BRUSARD - the last
two
> between 40-50 yrs. [Usually 2 assisting witnesses and ordinary witnesses].
> Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.: Marriage Investigation: Folio D,
#5)
>
> Joseph and Madeleine Granger apparently had an out-of-wedlock child
born
> in
> Sept. 1796, a month after he married Emilie. Perhaps this is why
there was
> a
> Marriage Investigation!
>
> Stanley LeBlanc
> http://www.thecajuns.com



Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 22:21:29 -0600

From:
"Elton J. Oubre"

To:
[email protected]

Subject:
Re: [ACADIAN-CAJUN] spouse of Joachim MIRRE

Plain Text Attachment [ Download File | Save to Yahoo! Briefcase ]
To all:
consider that these marriages, reported by Judice, all fall into the
period
of the missing frontal pages of the St. James Church records, as well
as
into the period of the lost (burned) records of the German Coast
church,
whose missionary pastor apparently performed these ceremonies. A couple
of
earlier civil marriage contracts (1766) were recorded in the
Darensbourg
records, (St. Charles courthouse), those of Michel Porrier and of Simon
Mire, to the Cormier sisters of the First Acadians, probably indicating
that
these two earliest religious ceremonies were at the German Coast
church; and
also probably indicating that others were performed on the German
Coast,
before the reports by Judice, and the establishment of the Acadian
Coast
church (St. Jacque et St. Phillippe). I would not be surprised to learn
later of discovery of other reports (other Legajos) of Judice, since he
was
reporting to civil authorities on all activities within his command.. I
don't believe that Mrs. Bourgeois or anybody else has exhausted the
subject.2 
Census*May 1803 Magdeleine Cormier and Simon Mire appeared on the census of May 1803 at the quarter of the church, Attakapas; he was 62, wife - 52. 5 arpents, 50 cattle, 20 horses boy 32, 18 girl 22, 15, 10.3 
Death*before 20 December 1821 Magdeleine Cormier died before 20 December 1821 at Cote Gelee; MIRE, Simon m. Magdeleine CORMIER In Succ. of Magdeleine CORMIER dated 20 Dec. 1821 (SM Ct.Hse.: Succ.#429).4 
Probate*20 December 1821 Her estate was probated on 20 December 1821 at St. Martinville; CORMIER, Magdeleine m. Simon MIRE Succ. dated 20 Dec. 1821 (SM Ct.Hse.: Succ.#429)

MIRE, Simon m. Magdeleine CORMIER In Succ. of Magdeleine CORMIER dated 20 Dec. 1821 (SM Ct.Hse.: Succ.#429).5,4 

Family

Simon Mire b. 1744, d. 25 Dec 1807
Marriage*31 March 1766 She married Simon Mire, son of Pierre Mire and Elizabeth Thibodeau, on 31 March 1766 at German Coast; Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2006 20:17:13 -0600

From:
"Elton J. Oubre"

To:
[email protected]

Subject:
Re: [ACADIAN-CAJUN] Joseph MIRE, detail

Plain Text Attachment [ Download File | Save to Yahoo! Briefcase ]
Just a reminder that Simon Mire and Madeleine Cormier had a marriage
contract recorded on the German Coast, now filed in the courthouse
records
at Hahnville.

She was in the first group of Acadians.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Stanley LeBlanc" <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Friday, March 17, 2006 12:42 PM
Subject: RE: [ACADIAN-CAJUN] Joseph MIRE, detail


> Simon and Madeleine [who married 3/31/1766] had a son named Joseph bn
abt
> 1769 [he was 8 mos old on the 9/14/1769 census]. This Joseph married
> Emilie
> Guilbeaux on Aug. 16, 1796 - see Marriage Investigation below.
>
> MIRE, Joseph - 28 yrs. old from St. James Parish, Louisiana (Simon &
> Magdeleine CORMIER) "Informacion de Solteria Producida" - [Marriage > Investigation regarding the freedom to marry] dated: 27 July 1796
Emilie
> GUILLEBAUD - of this parish (Charles & Anne TRAHAN) Wits: Louis
CHEMIN -
> bedo [sacristan] of this parish, assistant witness, Jean
FRANC-MERCADE-
> assistant witness, Bazile LANDRY, Jean Baptiste BRUSARD - the last
two
> between 40-50 yrs. [Usually 2 assisting witnesses and ordinary witnesses].
> Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.: Marriage Investigation: Folio D,
#5)
>
> Joseph and Madeleine Granger apparently had an out-of-wedlock child
born
> in
> Sept. 1796, a month after he married Emilie. Perhaps this is why
there was
> a
> Marriage Investigation!
>
> Stanley LeBlanc
> http://www.thecajuns.com



Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 22:21:29 -0600

From:
"Elton J. Oubre"

To:
[email protected]

Subject:
Re: [ACADIAN-CAJUN] spouse of Joachim MIRRE

Plain Text Attachment [ Download File | Save to Yahoo! Briefcase ]
To all:
consider that these marriages, reported by Judice, all fall into the
period
of the missing frontal pages of the St. James Church records, as well
as
into the period of the lost (burned) records of the German Coast
church,
whose missionary pastor apparently performed these ceremonies. A couple
of
earlier civil marriage contracts (1766) were recorded in the
Darensbourg
records, (St. Charles courthouse), those of Michel Porrier and of Simon
Mire, to the Cormier sisters of the First Acadians, probably indicating
that
these two earliest religious ceremonies were at the German Coast
church; and
also probably indicating that others were performed on the German
Coast,
before the reports by Judice, and the establishment of the Acadian
Coast
church (St. Jacque et St. Phillippe). I would not be surprised to learn
later of discovery of other reports (other Legajos) of Judice, since he
was
reporting to civil authorities on all activities within his command.. I
don't believe that Mrs. Bourgeois or anybody else has exhausted the
subject.2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S139] Acadians in Gray.
  2. [S57] Bona Arsenault, Louisiana book, p2559.
  3. [S124] "Judy Riffel" < and e-mail address>, "le Raconteur."
  4. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd101.
  5. [S12] St. Martinville Courthouse.

Manuel Segura

M, #184, b. circa 1741

 

Fatherunknown Segura b. c 1721
Manuel Segura|b. c 1741|p6.htm#i184|unknown Segura|b. c 1721|p11.htm#i368||||||||||||||||

CHART NUM* Manuel Segura was chart num 46. 
Birth*circa 1741 He was born circa 1741 at Malaga, Spain; see marriage date. 
 He was the son of unknown Segura
Marriage*before 1761 Manuel Segura married Gertrude Banaona before 1761; see child's birth. 

Family

Gertrude Banaona b. c 1741
Child

Gertrude Banaona

F, #185, b. circa 1741

 

Birth*circa 1741 Gertrude Banaona was born circa 1741 at Malaga, Spain; see marriage date. 
Marriage*before 1761 She married Manuel Segura, son of unknown Segura, before 1761; see child's birth. 

Family

Manuel Segura b. c 1741
Child

Gonsales Prados

M, #186, b. 1742, d. 23 February 1808

 

Birth*1742 Gonsales Prados was born in 1742 at Malaga, Spain; a native & resident of the city of Malagain the parish of St. Thiago [Santiago] [St. James]. 
Marriage*before 1760 He married Therese Gusman before 1760 at Spain; see child's birth. 
Immigration*14 January 1779 Gonsales Prados and Therese Gusman immigrated on 14 January 1779 to New Iberia; He is 37 & able to do farming, wife is 38 & ready to give birth
children: Manuel is 17 or 14, Marie is 15 or 11, Gertrude is 13 or 3 Teresa is 6. 
Burial*23 February 1808 Gonsales Prados was buried on 23 February 1808 at Parish Cemetery, St. Martinville; PRADOS, Gonsalvez - [record has DEL PRADOS] of Malaga d. 23 Feb. 1808 in the morning at the home of Antoine VIATOR, his son-in-law, bur. 23 Feb. 1808 at age 65 yrs. Fr. Gabriel ISABEY (SM Ch.: v.4, #504). 
Death*23 February 1808 He died on 23 February 1808 at Spanish Lake; PRADOS, Gonsalvez - [record has DEL PRADOS] of Malaga d. 23 Feb. 1808 in the morning at the home of Antoine VIATOR, his son-in-law, bur. 23 Feb. 1808 at age 65 yrs. Fr. Gabriel ISABEY (SM Ch.: v.4, #504). 

Family

Therese Gusman b. 1741
Children

Therese Gusman

F, #187, b. 1741

 

Birth*1741 Therese Gusman was born in 1741 at Malaga, Spain. 
Marriage*before 1760 She married Gonsales Prados before 1760 at Spain; see child's birth. 

Family

Gonsales Prados b. 1742, d. 23 Feb 1808
Children

Francois Louis Leleux

M, #188, b. circa 1749, d. 30 June 1825

 

FatherLouis Leleu b. c 1725
MotherMarguerite Gorderoy b. c 1730
Francois Louis Leleux|b. c 1749\nd. 30 Jun 1825|p6.htm#i188|Louis Leleu|b. c 1725|p11.htm#i376|Marguerite Gorderoy|b. c 1730|p11.htm#i377|||||||||||||

Address*  Francois Louis Leleux lived at Bayou Petite Anse, la Petite Anse, Louisiana; First Generation. 
Birth*circa 1749 He was born circa 1749 at New Orleans; Southwest Louisiana Records (c)Copyright 1999-2000


LELEU , Delphine (Francois - native of New Orleans & Margueritte LAMBRE - from the Mississippi [River]) b. 1 June 1801, bt.
5 Oct. 1806 at L'isle des Cypres at the home of the widow Antoine CHAMPAGNE. Pats: Louis LELEU - from Europe &
Margueritte GORDERIN - from New Orleans; Mats: Francois LAMBRE - from the Mississippi [River] & Marie
BOURGEOIS - from Mobile; Spons: Delphin LELEU & Margueritte LELEU. Fr. Michel Bernard B RIERE (SM Ch.: v.6.10)
Southwest Louisiana Records (c)Copyright 1999-2000


LELE , Delphine (Francois - of la petite anse & Marguerite LAMBRE) b. 1 June 1781, bt. 5 Oct. 1806 Pats: Louis LELEU &
Marguerite GORDENA; Mats: Francois L LELEU. Fr. Gabriel IS EY (SM Ch.: v.6, #357)

BRE & Marie e BOURGEOIS; Spons: Delphin LELEU & Marguerite
Southwest Louisiana Records (c)Copyright 1999-2000


LELEU, Delphine (Francois - of New Orleans & Marguerite LBRE - of the Mississippi) b. 1 June 1801, bt. 5 Oct. 1806
Pats:     Louis LELEU - of Europe & Marguerite GODERIN(?) - of New Orleans; Mats: Francois LAMBRE - of the Mississippi &
Marie BOURGEOIS - of Mobile; Spons: Delphine LELEU & Marguerite ----- Fr. Michel     Bernard B RIERE (SM Ch.:

Folio E, p.26).1


 
 He was the son of Louis Leleu and Marguerite Gorderoy
Marriage*13 February 1778 Francois Louis Leleux married Marguerite Lambre, daughter of Francois Lambre and Anne Marie Bourgeois, on 13 February 1778 at New Orleans; sbjbed,mi,9
Larry GEN Gary"
Census*1810 Francois Louis Leleux appeared on the census of 1810. 
Cattle*1812 He was New Tag in 1812. 
land grant*23 June 1812 He was land grant #54 [lot15] 360 arpents on the Bayou; near a place called 'Lelieux'. Claim founded on settlement and occupancy by Francois Leleux. on 23 June 1812 at Bayou Petite Anse, Jefferson Island.2 
Death*30 June 1825 He died on 30 June 1825 at la Petite Anse; LELEUX, Francois - native of New Orleans; died 30 June 1825 in the morning at age about 76 yrs. at his home at la petite ance; buried 30 June 1825 in the parish cemetery. Fr. Marcel BORELLA (SM Ch.: v.4, #1700).1 
Probate*15 October 1825 His estate was probated on 15 October 1825 at St. Martinville; LELEUX, Francois m. Marguerite LAMBRE; Succ. dated 15 Oct. 1825 (SM Ct.Hse.: Succ.#542).3,1 

Family

Marguerite Lambre b. c 1760, d. 24 Jan 1833
Marriage*13 February 1778 He married Marguerite Lambre, daughter of Francois Lambre and Anne Marie Bourgeois, on 13 February 1778 at New Orleans; sbjbed,mi,9
Larry GEN Gary"
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd101.
  2. [S108] Glenn R. Conrad, Land Records of the Attakapas District, p245.
  3. [S12] St. Martinville Courthouse.

Marguerite Lambre

F, #189, b. circa 1760, d. 24 January 1833

 

FatherFrancois Lambre1 b. c 1740
MotherAnne Marie Bourgeois b. c 1740
Marguerite Lambre|b. c 1760\nd. 24 Jan 1833|p6.htm#i189|Francois Lambre|b. c 1740|p11.htm#i378|Anne Marie Bourgeois|b. c 1740|p11.htm#i379|||||||||||||

Birth*circa 1760 Marguerite Lambre was born circa 1760 at St. Charles on the Mississippi. 
 She was the daughter of Francois Lambre and Anne Marie Bourgeois.1 
Marriage*13 February 1778 Marguerite Lambre married Francois Louis Leleux, son of Louis Leleu and Marguerite Gorderoy, on 13 February 1778 at New Orleans; sbjbed,mi,9
Larry GEN Gary"
Death*24 January 1833 Marguerite Lambre died on 24 January 1833 at la Petite Anse; LAMBRE, Marguerite m. Francois LELEUX d. 24 Jan 1833 at age 71 yrs. (SM Ch.: v. 5, p. 23, # 5)

LAMBERT, Marguerite wid. of Francois LELEUX Succ. dated 1 Feb. 1833 (SM Ct. Hse.: Succ. # 708).1 
Probate*1 February 1833 Her estate was probated on 1 February 1833 at St. Martinville; LAMBERT, Marguerite wid. of Francois LELEUX Succ. dated 1 Feb. 1833 (SM Ct. Hse.: Succ. # 708).2,1 

Family

Francois Louis Leleux b. c 1749, d. 30 Jun 1825
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd101.
  2. [S12] St. Martinville Courthouse.

Leda Latiolais

F, #190, b. 2 November 1893

FatherAdonis Latiolais b. 1873, d. 13 Jan 1933
MotherMarcellite Thibodeaux b. 19 Apr 1874, d. Dec 1933
Leda Latiolais|b. 2 Nov 1893|p6.htm#i190|Adonis Latiolais|b. 1873\nd. 13 Jan 1933|p1.htm#i14|Marcellite Thibodeaux|b. 19 Apr 1874\nd. Dec 1933|p1.htm#i15|Antoine T. Latiolais|b. 11 Oct 1827\nd. 8 Feb 1882|p1.htm#i28|Zelide Patin|b. 5 Dec 1836\nd. 17 Jul 1898|p1.htm#i29|Telesmar O. Thibodeaux|b. 14 May 1831\nd. 15 May 1882|p1.htm#i30|Adelaide Patin|b. 17 Sep 1836\nd. 11 Dec 1886|p1.htm#i31|

Death* Leda Latiolais died at Morgan City. 
Birth*2 November 1893 She was born on 2 November 1893 at Breaux Bridge, Cecilia; LATIOLAIS, Elidia (Adonisse & Marcelette THIBODEAUX) b. 2 Nov. 1893 (Cecilia Ch.: v. 1, p. 28).1 
 She was the daughter of Adonis Latiolais and Marcellite Thibodeaux
Note*25 April 1921 Leda Latiolais Isabell died at age 3 months FB#13 on 25 April 1921 at Loreauville. 

Citations

  1. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd 101.

Mathilde Latiolais

F, #191, b. 17 April 1895, d. after 1916

FatherAdonis Latiolais b. 1873, d. 13 Jan 1933
MotherMarcellite Thibodeaux b. 19 Apr 1874, d. Dec 1933
Mathilde Latiolais|b. 17 Apr 1895\nd. a 1916|p6.htm#i191|Adonis Latiolais|b. 1873\nd. 13 Jan 1933|p1.htm#i14|Marcellite Thibodeaux|b. 19 Apr 1874\nd. Dec 1933|p1.htm#i15|Antoine T. Latiolais|b. 11 Oct 1827\nd. 8 Feb 1882|p1.htm#i28|Zelide Patin|b. 5 Dec 1836\nd. 17 Jul 1898|p1.htm#i29|Telesmar O. Thibodeaux|b. 14 May 1831\nd. 15 May 1882|p1.htm#i30|Adelaide Patin|b. 17 Sep 1836\nd. 11 Dec 1886|p1.htm#i31|

Birth*17 April 1895 Mathilde Latiolais was born on 17 April 1895 at Breaux Bridge, Cecilia; LATIOLAIS, Mathilde (Adonisse & Marcelitte THIBODEAUX) b. 17 April 1895 (Cecilia Ch.: v. 1, p.46).1 
 She was the daughter of Adonis Latiolais and Marcellite Thibodeaux
Death*after 1916 Mathilde Latiolais died after 1916 at Breaux Bridge; Died young. 

Citations

  1. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd 101.

Joseph Latiolais

M, #192, b. 11 August 1898, d. 17 June 1993

FatherAdonis Latiolais b. 1873, d. 13 Jan 1933
MotherMarcellite Thibodeaux b. 19 Apr 1874, d. Dec 1933
Joseph Latiolais|b. 11 Aug 1898\nd. 17 Jun 1993|p6.htm#i192|Adonis Latiolais|b. 1873\nd. 13 Jan 1933|p1.htm#i14|Marcellite Thibodeaux|b. 19 Apr 1874\nd. Dec 1933|p1.htm#i15|Antoine T. Latiolais|b. 11 Oct 1827\nd. 8 Feb 1882|p1.htm#i28|Zelide Patin|b. 5 Dec 1836\nd. 17 Jul 1898|p1.htm#i29|Telesmar O. Thibodeaux|b. 14 May 1831\nd. 15 May 1882|p1.htm#i30|Adelaide Patin|b. 17 Sep 1836\nd. 11 Dec 1886|p1.htm#i31|

Birth*11 August 1898 Joseph Latiolais was born on 11 August 1898 at Breaux Bridge; LATIOLAIS, Joseph (Adonis & Marceline THIBODEAUX) b. 11 Aug. 1898 (BB Ch.: v.3, p.378).1 
 He was the son of Adonis Latiolais and Marcellite Thibodeaux
Marriage*circa 1927 Joseph Latiolais married Celina Toffier circa 1927; guess. 
Note*14 February 1933 Joseph Latiolais Doris was buried on 14 February 1933 at St. Joseph, Loreauville. 
Death*17 June 1993 He died on 17 June 1993 at St. Martinville at age 94; on tombstone & funeral book. 
Burial*18 June 1993 He was buried on 18 June 1993 at St. Joseph's Cemetery, Loreauville; on tombstone. 

Family

Celina Toffier b. 16 Feb 1907, d. 15 Jun 1997

Citations

  1. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd 101.

Adomine Latiolais

F, #193, b. circa 1903, d. 25 March 1987

FatherAdonis Latiolais b. 1873, d. 13 Jan 1933
MotherMarcellite Thibodeaux b. 19 Apr 1874, d. Dec 1933
Adomine Latiolais|b. c 1903\nd. 25 Mar 1987|p6.htm#i193|Adonis Latiolais|b. 1873\nd. 13 Jan 1933|p1.htm#i14|Marcellite Thibodeaux|b. 19 Apr 1874\nd. Dec 1933|p1.htm#i15|Antoine T. Latiolais|b. 11 Oct 1827\nd. 8 Feb 1882|p1.htm#i28|Zelide Patin|b. 5 Dec 1836\nd. 17 Jul 1898|p1.htm#i29|Telesmar O. Thibodeaux|b. 14 May 1831\nd. 15 May 1882|p1.htm#i30|Adelaide Patin|b. 17 Sep 1836\nd. 11 Dec 1886|p1.htm#i31|

Birth*circa 1903 Adomine Latiolais was born circa 1903 at Breaux Bridge; a. 
 She was the daughter of Adonis Latiolais and Marcellite Thibodeaux
Note*15 January 1904 Adomine Latiolais V1 P145 - name is Hermine - is this Adomine on 15 January 1904 at Cecilia Church. 
Marriage*25 October 1924 She married Eddy Bonin, son of Louis Bonin and Alcidie Josephine Aucoin, on 25 October 1924 at Loreauville. 
Death*25 March 1987 Adomine Latiolais died on 25 March 1987 at Loreauville. 
Burial*26 March 1987 She was buried on 26 March 1987 at St. Joseph, Loreauville; with Eddie funeral book. 

Family

Eddy Bonin b. 13 Jun 1897, d. 5 Mar 1956

Pierre Borel

M, #194, b. circa 1744, d. before 1782

 

Note* Pierre Borel [email protected] Add to Address Book Add Mobile Alert

Date:
Tue, 29 Aug 2006 13:12:56 EDT

Subject:
louviere databas info

To:
[email protected]&& &&&&& Hi, my name is kent,
this is the info I have:
The Derouen in your database are not Doiron, they are the descendants of Robert Drouin of Canada in his second marriage. The Joseph Derouen who married Genevieve Hebert (widow of Landreau) was the widower of Charlotte Campo. His line came thru Detroit and their records can be found in the Detroit collection 3rd floor of New Orleans Public Library on Tulane Ave. the Drouin/Derouen are already cousins of the Verret found as witnesses in their records. Those Verret came from Canada and are the Verret brothers who gave the report about the flora and fauna of the West Indies Islands to the Royal Academy in Paris.
Pierre Borel married to Catherine Toupard/ de Houpar / etc. was an artillerie Lt. killed in the spanish attack /Mobile 1780 and is buried there (Mobile records also 3rd floor N O Public Library).
The parents of Catherine Toupart / de Houpar / etc of Fort Chartres, Ill. are Antoine Toupart / de Houpar and Magdelena Marie Lafitta (her name was recorded in St Louis Cathederal records in spanish for the burial of Catherine Toupar widow of Pedro Borel and Luis Loisel in 1804, but I suspect her original name is the french version.)
also--- for the Prevost, look up Nicholas Prevost in both early New Orleans and Illinois records. The first wife known in Illinois records as "...Kier..?" is a Bertrand in the New Orleans records and fitting the 2 together makes the whole Prevost family become clearer in the St martinville records.
Celestine Carlin built what is now known as Arlington Plantation in Franklin. they are a fascinating family.
... and maybe - do you know the parents of the Felicienne Hebert married to St Cyr Delcambre (son of Theodule Delcambre and Oresile Landry)?
Thanks for the great site.
Kent. 
CHART NUM* He was chart num 24 43. 
Birth*circa 1744 He was born circa 1744 at Illinois Country; see marriage date.1 
land grant*after 1765 He was land grant 813.3 arpentage [cert# A-935] after 1765 at Morbihan, New Iberia.2 
Immigration*after 1765 He immigrated after 1765 to Attakapas, St. Martinville, Louisiana; First Generation. 
Milit-Beg*10 June 1774 He began military service on 10 June 1774 at Attakapas in Milita. 
Occupation*1780 He was Pierre Borel married to Catherine Toupard/ de Houpar / etc. was an artillerie Lt. killed in the spanish attack /Mobile 1780 and is buried there (Mobile records also 3rd floor N O Public Library). in 1780 at Mobile, AL. 
Burial*before 1782 He was buried before 1782; Pierre Borel married to Catherine Toupard/ de Houpar / etc. was an artillerie Lt. killed in the spanish attack /Mobile 1780 and is buried there (Mobile records also 3rd floor N O Public Library). 
Death*before 1782 He died before 1782; TOUPARD, Catherine m. 18 May 1782 Jean Louis DE LOISSELL Wits: Nicolas FORSTALL, "Regidor Perpetuo de la ciudel New Orleans" [Perpetual member on the New Orleans 'Cabildo' - which he purchased in 1772. See: Glenn R. Conrad "A Dictionary of Louisiana Biography" pub. 1988 - article under Nicolas FORSTALL, p.312] & Commandant of New Iberia & his son Edouard FORSTALL, Cadet of the Louisiana Regiment. Fr. Joseph ARAZENA (SM Ch.: v.2, #72)

BOREL, Magdelaine (dec. Pierre & Catherine STOUPART [TOUPARD] - of New Orleans) m. 17 May 1784 Francois PREVOST (major son of Joseph PREVOST) Wits: LOISEL, BOUTTE. Fr. GEFFROTIN (SM Ch.: v.2, #160).3 

Family

Catherine Toupard b. c 1744
Children

Citations

  1. [S19] Catholic Church, Diocese of Baton Rouge, sja-2, 27 & 28.
  2. [S128] Unknown author, "Attakapas Gazette."
  3. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd101.
  4. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd 101.
  5. [S19] Catholic Church, Diocese of Baton Rouge, pcp-2, part2 149a-150.

Catherine Toupard

F, #195, b. circa 1744

 

FatherAntoine Toupard b. c 1724
MotherMagdelena Marie Lafitta b. c 1724
Catherine Toupard|b. c 1744|p6.htm#i195|Antoine Toupard|b. c 1724|p11.htm#i390|Magdelena Marie Lafitta|b. c 1724|p11.htm#i391|||||||||||||

land grant* Catherine Toupard was land grant 523.03 acres Spanish Patent - Bernardo de Galvez at Bayou Teche, Jeanerette, St. Mary Parish.1 
Note* She The parents of Catherine Toupart / de Houpar / etc of Fort Chartres, Ill. are Antoine Toupart / de Houpar and Magdelena Marie Lafitta (her name was recorded in St Louis Cathederal records in spanish for the burial of Catherine Toupar widow of Pedro Borel and Luis Loisel in 1804, but I suspect her original name is the french version.). 
Address*  Catherine Toupard and Pierre Etier lived at Bayou Teche, Jeanerette; land claim on both sides of... just east of the present day Iberia - St. Mary parish line - Victoire Borel's mother Catherine Toupart was original claimant of this land.2 
Birth*circa 1744 Catherine Toupard was born circa 1744; see child's birth.3 
 She was the daughter of Antoine Toupard and Magdelena Marie Lafitta
Marriage*18 May 1782 Catherine Toupard married Jean Louis De Loissell, son of Adrien De Loissell and Charlote Chardin, on 18 May 1782 at Attakapas, St. Martinville; TOUPARD, Catherine m. 18 May 1782 Jean Louis DE LOISSELL Wits: Nicolas FORSTALL, "Regidor Perpetuo de la ciudel New Orleans" [Perpetual member on the New Orleans 'Cabildo' - which he purchased in 1772. See: Glenn R. Conrad "A Dictionary of Louisiana Biography" pub. 1988 - article under Nicolas FORSTALL, p.312] & Commandant of New Iberia & his son Edouard FORSTALL, Cadet of the Louisiana Regiment. Fr. Joseph ARAZENA (SM Ch.: v.2, #72).4 
Burial*1804 Catherine Toupard was buried in 1804 at New Orleans; The parents of Catherine Toupart / de Houpar / etc of Fort Chartres, Ill. are Antoine Toupart / de Houpar and Magdelena Marie Lafitta (her name was recorded in St Louis Cathederal records in spanish for the burial of Catherine Toupar widow of Pedro Borel and Luis Loisel in 1804, but I suspect her original name is the french version.). 

Family 1

Pierre Borel b. c 1744, d. b 1782
Children

Family 2

Jean Louis De Loissell b. c 1762
Marriage*18 May 1782 She married Jean Louis De Loissell, son of Adrien De Loissell and Charlote Chardin, on 18 May 1782 at Attakapas, St. Martinville; TOUPARD, Catherine m. 18 May 1782 Jean Louis DE LOISSELL Wits: Nicolas FORSTALL, "Regidor Perpetuo de la ciudel New Orleans" [Perpetual member on the New Orleans 'Cabildo' - which he purchased in 1772. See: Glenn R. Conrad "A Dictionary of Louisiana Biography" pub. 1988 - article under Nicolas FORSTALL, p.312] & Commandant of New Iberia & his son Edouard FORSTALL, Cadet of the Louisiana Regiment. Fr. Joseph ARAZENA (SM Ch.: v.2, #72).4 

Citations

  1. [S100] Spanish land grants.
  2. [S128] Unknown author, "Attakapas Gazette."
  3. [S19] Catholic Church, Diocese of Baton Rouge, sja-2, 27 & 28.
  4. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd101.
  5. [S1] Rev. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, cd 101.
  6. [S19] Catholic Church, Diocese of Baton Rouge, pcp-2, part2 149a-150.
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