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Chain of Title of a property at 312-314 Chartres St, New Orleans, LA

Wednesday, July 3rd 1901
Record Source: COB
Volume: 182
Page: 527Record Type: [sale?]
Authority: F. D. Charbonnet (Notary)
Authority Date: Not Given
From: Jean Baptiste Giguel To: Bella Fraenkel Stern
Brief Description: Original Act: 21/212. Sketch of property, dated June 14, 1901, by City Surveyor, annexed to this act.

Friday, March 8th 1901
Record Source: COB
Volume: 182
Page: 286CDC#: 60271Record Type: succession
Authority: Civil District Court (Court)
Authority Date: Not Given
From: Marie Ermance de St. Romes To: Jean Baptiste Giguel

Friday, November 14th 1890
Record Source: COB
Volume: 137
Page: 271Court#: 38703Record Type: succession
Authority: 2nd District Court (Court)
Authority Date: Not Given
From: Ernest de St. Romes Eugene de St. Romes Victor de St. Romes To: Marie Ermance de St. Romes

Friday, August 8th 1890
Record Source: COB
Volume: 138
Page: 107CDC#:Record Type: succession
Authority: Civil District Court (Court)
Authority Date: Not Given
From: Marie Thereze Vion To: Marie Ermance de St. Romes
Brief Description: Inherited from their mother.

Tuesday, August 25th 1874
Record Source: COB
Volume: 103
Page: 924Record Type: quit claim
Authority: F. D. Seghers (Notary)
Authority Date: Not Given
Agent/Single Party Act/Other: Marie Thereze Vion de St. Romes Marie Elizabeth Ermance de St. Romes
Brief Description: Miss Marie Elizabeth Ermance de St. Romes by Act of Renunciation of her mother, Mme. Marie Thereze Vion de St. Romes. Other transaction: COB 137/721.

Tuesday, June 13th 1871
Record Source: COB
Volume: 99
Page: 625Record Type: [sale?]
Authority: A. Mazureau (Notary)
Authority Date: Not Given
From: Dominique Guerin To: Charles Paul Eugene Henry de St. Romes
Brief Description: Part interest in lot measuring 19' by 120' by 166' and lot measuring 22' by 166' on Chartres Street on the Conti Street side.

Friday, September 9th 1870
Record Source: COB
Volume: 98
Page: 186Record Type: [sale?]
Authority: A. Mazureau (Notary)
Authority Date: Not Given
From: Charles Paul Eugene Henry de St. Romes To: Ferdinand J. Gueringer
Brief Description: Part interest in lots described above.

Saturday, May 28th 1870
Record Source: COB
Volume: 97
Page: 618Record Type: [sale?]
Authority: Edward Barnett (Notary)
Authority Date: Not Given
From: Charles Victor de St. Romes To: Charles Paul Eugene Henry de St. Romes
Brief Description: One-fourth interest in above two described lots Nos. 78 and 80 Chartres Street.

Thursday, April 19th 1860
Record Source: COB
Volume: 84
Page: 118Record Type: [sale?]
Authority: A. Ducatel (Notary)
Authority Date: Not Given
From: Louis Ernest de St. Romes To: Charles Paul Eugene Henry de St. Romes
Brief Description: Undivided fourth in the following property: 1. Lot in Chartres between Bienville and Conti, measuring 19' front on Chartres by 166' on the side of the adjacent lot below described, and 120' only in the depth of the other side; Municipal Number 78. 2. Lot of ground next to the above, measuring 22' front on Chartres between Bienville and Conti, by 166' of depth, bearing Municipal Number 80. This belongs to him as an inheritance from his father Joseph Charles Durand de St. Romes. With the undivided fourth of all the buildings.

Saturday, December 23rd 1854
Record Source: COB
Volume: 66
Page: 544Record Type: [sale?]
Authority: J. Lisbony (Notary)
Authority Date: Not Given
From: Marie Thereze Vion de St. Romes To: Ernest de St. Romes Eugene de St. Romes Victor de St. Romes Ermance de St. Romes
Brief Description: Half interest in lots 78 and 80 Chartres Street; the community goods existing between Mme. de St. Romes and her late husband, this consists of the following: 1. Undivided half of 11' fronting on Chartres, by a depth of 120'. This is part of a half lot acquired during the community by M. de St. Romes. 2. Undivided half of the buildings thereon which belonged to Mme. de St. Romes, because they were constructed during the community. 3. Another 8' of ground contiguous to the above 11'. This was part of another half lot purchased by M. de St. Romes before his marriage. The two portions of land, with buildings, comprise the property known as lot No. 78 Chartres Street referred to above. The buildings on 78 Chartres Street consist of a three storied brick house. 4. The undivided half of a three storied brick house and kitchens, also in brick and of two stories, constructed during the community of goods, on land measuring 22' front on Chartres by 166' of depth, being part of the said half lot of ground, which comprises 80 Chartres Street. Above said property belong to Mme. de St. Romes and her four children as sole heirs of the husband and father, Joseph Charles Durand de St. Romes. Mme. de St. Romes is authorized to sell this property to her children at the estimate inventory price.

Wednesday, March 22nd 1854
Record Source: COB
Volume: 64
Page: 48Court#: 1843Record Type: succession
Authority: Probate Court (Court)
Authority Date: Not Given
From: Joseph Charles Durand de St. Romes To: Marie Thereze Vion de St. Romes
Brief Description: Undivided half interest. Note: This property was acquired in two portions which will be identified here as Lots A and B. Lot A is a piece of ground measuring 30' front on Chartres by 120' F.M., of depth. Lot B is a piece of property measuring 30' front on Chartres by 166', F.M., of depth, which was itself acquired in two portions to be known here as Lots B-1 and B-2.

Thursday, June 17th 1830
Record Source: Original Act
Volume: 11
Page: 569Record Type: building contract
Price: $19000.00
Authority Date: Thursday, June 17th 1830
Agent/Single Party Act/Other: Jean Chaigneau Francois Correjolles Joseph Charles Durand de St. Romes Joseph Peralta
Brief Description: Joseph Charles Durand de St. Romes contracts with Jean Chaigneau and Francois Correjolles, Builders, for a house on the south-west side of Chartres between Conti and Bienville with three stores on ground floor, adjacent to Mr. Isnard. "There will be a bridge with a balustrade built from each side to communicate from the second story of No. 1 with the terrace of the Printery." "A cornice will be made in plaster, which will be simple but in good taste; a rosette in each room and another above the staircase. There will be, in each of these apartments (rooms) a fine chimney piece in marble and with columns, at the choice of the owner, but which together shall be able to cost only $240. The second story (third floor) of Store No. 1 will be divided in conformity with the plan. The two apartments shall also have two chimney pieces, but in wood perfectly imitating marble and with columns." $19,000 Millwork Contract with Joseph Peralta, $6,900. Accepted September 10, 1834 in L. T. Caire, 11/570.

Friday, December 24th 1824
Record Source: Unknown
Record Type: [sale?]
Authority: H. Lavergne (Notary)
Authority Date: Not Given
From: Jean Tala To: Joseph Charles Durand de St. Romes
Brief Description: Refers to Lot A. Lot on Chartres measuring 30' by 120', F.M., bounded by properties of J. F. Canonge and the purchaser.

Friday, February 2nd 1821
Record Source: Unknown
Record Type: lease
Authority: Narcisse Broutin (Notary)
Authority Date: Not Given
Agent/Single Party Act/Other: Charlotte Le Sassier Thereze Josephine Herries
Brief Description: Refers to Lot A. Renewal of lease.

Saturday, May 23rd 1818
Record Source: Unknown
Record Type: [sale?]
Authority: Ph. Pedesclaux (Notary)
Authority Date: Not Given
From: Margaretta Genet (f.w.c.)To: Joseph Charles Durand de St. Romes
Brief Description: Refers to Lot B. Lot measuring 30' on Chartres by 166' F.M. of depth, bounded by the property of Marianne Hinard and by M. Vidalia. Note: This lot was acquired in two portion which will be designated here as Lots B-1 and B-2.

Source: hnoc.org property info

 
Durand de St. Romes, Joseph Charles (I2671)
 
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Ouzouer-le-Marché (Loir-et-Cher).
Le baron (?) et la baronne (?) Michel Corda, M. et Mme Patrice Brabant, M. Pascal Brabant (?), M. et Mme Michel-Hugues Assier de Pompignan, M. (?) et Mme Anderson Chenault Dearing III, Mlle Joëlle Brabant, le comte et la comtesse de Tilly-Blaru, M. Olivier Brabant, M. (?) et Mme Arnaud Brabant, le comte et la comtesse Christian de Courcy, ses enfants de son premier mariage avec M. Michel Brabant (?), et leurs conjoints,
M. et Mme Ghislain de Jaham, son fils de son second mariage avec M. André de Jaham (?), et son épouse,
ses petits-enfants, ses arrière-petits-enfants,
M. et Mme (?) Alain Huyghues-Despointes, M. et Mme Michel Assier de Pompignan, Mme Simone de Jaham, M. (?) et Mme Michel de Jaham, M. et Mme Didier de Jaham, ses beaux-enfants, ainsi que leurs enfants, petits-enfants et arrière-petits-enfants
font part du rappel à Dieu de
Mme André de JAHAM née Marie-Thérèse de Chauvigny de Blot,
le 13 janvier 2015, dans sa 98 e année.
La cérémonie religieuse sera célébrée en l'église Saint-Martin, à Ouzouer-le-Marché, ce samedi 17 janvier 2015, à 14 h 30.

Source 
de Chauvigny de Blot, Marie Thérèse Henriette (I3696)
 
3
Summary of his career. Athanase de Meziérès was a native of Paris, St. Sulpice Parish. His father was M. Louis Christophe de Meziérès and his mother Madam Marie Antoinette Clugny. His family had high connections, which can best be stated in his own words. Writing in March, 1779, to Governor Bernardo de Galvez, he said:

One of my sisters, the Baroness D'Andelot, bears a name known throughout France; the other, the Marchioness de Montessons, married Monseigneur the Duke of Orleans ; my uncles, Minard de Clugny, are generals in the army; my cousin of the same name was Minister of State; my nephew, the Marquis de Genlis, is inspector of infantry ; my niece is lady in waiting to Madame the Duchess of Chartres.

De Mezieres came to Louisiana apparently about 1733. Just when he went to Natchitoches, where he spent the greater portion of his career in America, has not been ascertained, but it is known that he was there as early as September 27, 1743, for on that day he witnessed the baptism of Frangois Rondin at the parish church. His principal vocation was that of soldier at the post in the company of infantry. A summary of his services under the French government is given in a memoire in the Archives du Ministere des Colonies at Paris, written in 1769 and transcribed in 1908 for the present writer. It says:

The Sieur de Mezieres served in La Louisiane continuously for thirty years, up to the cession of the colony, in the capacities of ensign, lieutenant, and captain, under the orders of Messrs. de Bienville, Vaudreuil, and Kerlerec. For the zeal which he showed in the campaigns in which he was employed against the Indians and in other negotiations and missions he merited successively the promotions above-mentioned. He now requests the Cross of St. Louis, due for his long services, as well as the payment of his pension, as capitaine reforme, from the month of September, 1769, and reimbursement for his passage, which his Majesty granted free to all his comrades.
(Note: There was in the Louisiana service after 1738 a Manguet de Mezieres, son of Madame de la Haye. He was sent over by royal order of November 28 of that year, at the request of his family, to be disciplined, or reformed. In 1742 (October 29) the king, "sincerely hoping that he may be able to return to France," revoked the order. But by 1746 De Mezieres had not returned, for on June 28 a ministerial despatch was written to the governor, Vaudreuil, stating that, although the king had revoked the original order, it was his intent that Vaudreuil should withhold permission for De Mezieres to return, and suggesting that, since such favorable reports had been given of De Mezieres, he should be promoted to the grade of cadet a I'aiguilette. On March 16, following, Vaudreuil replied that as he had had occasion for nothing but satisfaction with De Mezieres, he would have been ready to allow him to return before, and that he had provided for the promotion suggested [Archives du Ministere des Colonies, ministerial despatch of Nov. 28, 1738, with two royal orders, B. 66, p. 9; royal order, October 29, 1742, ibid., Bj 74; ministerial despatch, June 28, 1746, ibid., B. 83, p. 31; "copie de la lettre de M. de Vaudreuil du 16 Mars, «747." ,bid., 013, 31, p. 24].
Father du Poisson, missionary to the Akensas, in a letter dated at Aukensas, Oct. 3, 1727, tells of stopping in June of that year, on his way up the Mississippi, just below Poinre Coupee, "at the grant of Monsieur Mesieres; this has the appearance of a habitation that has only beginning. We found there cabins, negroes, and an honest rustic who did us neither good nor harm" [Thwaites, Jesuit Relations, vol. lxvii, 303]. What De Mézières is meant, I have not ascertained.)
 
Mauguet de Mézières, Athanase Christophe Fortunat (I1561)
 
4


From the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, National Park Service:
Alcee W. Stewart
Regiment Name: 20 Louisiana Infantry
Side: Confederate
Company: E
Soldier's Rank_In: 3 Lieutenant
Soldier's Rank_Out: 1 Lieutenant
Film Number: M378 roll 28

Source: http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/soldiers.cfm

About the 20th Infantry Regiment
20th Infantry Regiment [often times called the Lovell Regiment] was assembled and mustered into Confederate service at Camp Lewis, Louisiana, in February, 1862. Some of the men were recruited in Orleans Parish. The unit participated in the conflicts at Shiloh and Farmington, shared in the Kentucky Campaign, then was assigned to D.W. Adams' and Gibson's Brigade, Army of Tennessee. It was consolidated with the 13th Louisiana Regiment from December, 1862, to April, 1864. The unit fought with the army from Murfreesboro to Atlanta, served with Hood in Tennessee, and ended the war defending Mobile. At Shiloh this regiment took 507 men into action, but only 289 moved to Farmington. The 13th/20th reported 20 killed, 89 wounded, and 78 missing at Murfreesboro, lost forty-three percent of the 289 engaged at Chickamauga, and totalled 191 men and 71 arms in December, 1863. The 20th had 59 effectives in November, 1864 and surrendered with the Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana. The field officers were Colonels Augustus Reichard and Leon Von Zinken, and Lieutenant Colonels S.L. Bishop, Samuel Boyd, and Charles Guillet.
 
Stewart, Alcee William (I1131)
 
5

Also from Guy de Jaham:

Despite the investigations, it was difficult to know the source of the family, they think that it comes from Scotland or Ireland.

I knew a business man in England, Brian Duggand. He was interested about our name "de Jaham." Following the inquiries, he told that our family Jaham comes from Scotland. But at that time it was Graham. The family Graham de Monrose exists.

Some members of the family left Scotland and went to France and changed Graham to Jaham. To understand you have to know the following:

Marie Stuart 1st queen of Scotland married to Francois II king of France, went to France. She was queen of Scotland and France. Widowed in 1560, she returned to Scotland. Following the Religion's Wars and maginations from Elizabeth 1st Queen of England, Marie Stuart renounced and took refuge in England. Elizabeth put her in jail and later killed her.

The oldest of Graham family in order to stay in his country became anglican. The other members of the family went to France.

As you know, England was anglican and Scotland Catholic. 
Jaham, Jehen (I1448)
 
6
Ambroise Bourg a épousé en premières noces Anne Josephe Pitre née vers 1737 en Acadie de Claude & Isabelle Guérin décédée à Cherbourg le 21 décembre 1759. En secondes noces Marie Modeste Molaison née vers 1745 de Jacques Molaison & de Marie Cécile Melancon.

Translation:
Ambroise Bourg married first Anne Josephe Pitre, born about 1737 of Claude & Isabelle Guérin in Acadia, died in Cherbourg on December 21, 1759. In second weddings Marie Modeste Molaison born about 1745 of Jacques Molaison & Marie Cecile Melancon. 
Bourg, Ambroise (I2322)
 
7
http://enlou.com/people/stdenislj-bio.htm 
Juchereau de Saint Denis, Louis (I3050)
 
8
Il est qualifié " Noble Homme ". Avocat au Parlement de Paris, il vient s'installer à St-Brieuc (22) à l'occasion de la réformation de la noblesse de Bretagne lancée en 1666. Il est Procureur Fiscal des Regains en 1696 et Subdélégué de l'Intendant à St- Brieuc.

Rough Translation:It is qualified "Noble Man". Lawyer at the Parliament of Paris, it comes to settle with St-Brieuc (22) at the time of the reformation of the nobility of Brittany launched in 1666. He is Tax Procureur of the Renewals in 1696 and Subdelegate of the Intendant with St Brieuc. 
Bernard, Denis (I1664)
 
9
Il quitta jeune homme et avec ses parents (Charles Bourg et Cécile Mélanson) l'Acadie (actuellement Nova Scotia), au Canada, lorsqu'ils en furent expulsés par les Anglais en 1755. Il s'exila en France où il resta jusqu'en 1785. Il se maria une première fois avec Anne Josèphe PITRE (en 1757) et eu un enfant de ce mariage : Louise (°1759).

L'Espagne, après avoir acheté la Louisianne à la France en 1762, voulut la peupler et affréta sept navires pour transporter les Acadiens de France en Louisianne. Il fit le voyage avec sa famille sur l'un d'eux, "la Ville d'Archangel".

Rough Translation:
As a young man, he left with his parents (Charles Bourg and Cecile Mélanson) from Acadia (currently Nova Scotia), in Canada, when they were expelled by the English in 1755. He was exiled in France where he remained until 1785. He married first Anne Josèphe PITRE (in 1757) and had a child of this marriage: Louise (°1759).

Spain, after having acquired Louisiana from France in 1762, wanted to populate it and chartered seven ships to transport the Acadian ones of France to Louisiana. He made the voyage with his family on one of them, "la Ville d'Archangel". 
Bourg, Ambroise (I2322)
 
10 (Source: Erin Dazzo, Colleen Fitzpatrick, & Maureen O'Connor, Orleans Parish Death Index-Excerpts, "Electronic," 1851 Index, Volume 13, page 25 Transcribed by Lynn Wilson Berry October 2000.)

Courtesy of Jerry Gandolfo 
Giquel, Marie Margarite Atheise (I1804)
 
11 (Source: New Orleans Passenger list, St Louis Public Library.)

Courtesy Jerry Gandolfo 
Daubert, Francois (I1805)
 
12 1833 novembre. Destruction de la famille de ma bien aimée et chère fille Camille :
- Camille, née le 17 juin 1806, marié à John Lawson Lewis le 24 septembre 1827, est acouché de son troisième enfans le 2 novembre 1833, tombée malade trois jours après d'une fièvre rouge et morte le 11 novembre à 1 heure du matin âgée de 27 ans et cinq mois.  
de Feriet, Camille (I7340)
 
13 À noter qu'un des cousins de la branche aînée : Jacques François des HAYES, chevalier de Bonneval, fils de Jacques François Charles des HAYES, seigneur de Bonneval et de Marie Catherine de RESLY, sa seconde épouse, né le 9.6.1754 à Saint-Aubin de Bonneval, a servi aux États-Unis pendant la guerre d'indépendance Américaine, dans la légion du colonel Armand ABOSLEY de 1778 à 1783. Émigré, il fit la campagne à l'armée de Bourbon. Il prit part aussi à l'expédition de Quiberon avec le corps d'Oilliamson, et mourut à Montreuil l'Argillé, Eure, le 3.4.1838. Un autre cousin : Louis Guillaume Gervais des HAYES de LA RADIÈRE servit aussi aux États-Unis pendant la guerre d'indépendance Américaine, (Cf. Capitaine G. BODINIER : Dictionnaire des Officiers de l'Armée Royale qui ont combattu aux États-Unis pendant la guerre d'indépendance - Vincennes 1982).
 
des Hayes, alias des Hayes de Bonneval, Charles Antoine (I6238)
 
14 à son parent du 2e au 3e degré  Family (F2415)
 
15 Gaspard-Joseph de Tascher de La Pagerie
° peu avant 15/09/1705 (Saint-Mandé, bapt.) + 13/01/1767 (Trois-Îlets)
chevalier, seigneur de La Pagerie, établi à La Martinique,
Page de la Dauphine (31/05/1743) (maintenue en noblesse 02/03/1745)

ép. 10/08/1734 (Le Carbet) Marie-Françoise Bourdeau de La Chevalerie ° 10/03/1709 (Le Carbet) + 1784 (Le Carbet)
(fille de François et de Marie-Thérèse Jahan) 
Tascher de La Pagerie, Gaspard-Joseph (I1417)
 
16 It was she who was interviewed by her cousin Alcee William Stewart and his son a year before she died in 1908 aged 80; and the story is that the old lady was extremely confused by all the questions fired at her by the Americans. Stewart, Mary Anne (I2312)
 
17 Macarty Mactigue, born 1706, son of a captain in the regiment of Albemarle, was long in the service of France. He entered the Musketeers in 1713 and became captain in Louisiana in 1731, and four years later he was aide-major at New Orleans. He was sent to the Illinois, where as commander of Fort Chartres he was a leading figure in tbe South West until 1761. Bienville speaks highly of him, especially in regard to his attention to detail and discipline. Villiers du Terrage has preserved a letter from him in regard to the British attack on Niagara. He died at New Orleans, April 20, 1764. de Macarty, Louis Barthélemy Daniel (I2787)
 
18 McDowell commanded a company of militia and left them to a point about eight miles south of the town of Lexington at the junction of the North River with the James, near Balcony Falls, on the James River, to chastise some prowling Indians, was killed in the action Christmas day 1742, along with about sixty others and was buried at "Cherry Grove." Captain McDowell had removed to Augusta, now Beckbridge County, about 1737. McDowell, Captain John (I1984)
 
19 Prudence Foulon ou Le Foullon était soeur d'Edmond Le Foullon, capitaine d'infanterie, ingénieur eu chef à Bapaume, décédé le 5 janvier 1743, à l'âge de 87 ans, et inhumé dans l'église des RR. PP. Récollets de cette ville. (Papiers Merlin). Foulon, Prudence (I7640)
 
20 recorded as being "about thirty-five years old" at death and was recorded as deceased on daughter Marguerite's baptismal certificate. Bourg, Françoise (I4233)
 
21 "aurait participé à la prise de la Bastille le 14 juillet 1789 dans les rangs de la Garde Nationale. Il en est en tout cas élu capitaine en 1790." Enoul de Livaudais, Jacques François (I1263)
 
22 "Henry Clay McDowell, son of William Adair McDowell and Maria Hawkins Harvey, born in Fincastle county, Virginia, in 1832, coming to Kentucky in 1839, when his father returned to his native State. He graduated at the Louisville Law School, and won his way to a successful practice in his profession, being for some years a partner of his brother-in-law. Judge Bland Ballard. He was among the earliest in Kentucky to take up arms for the Union on breaking out of the Civil War, and was commissioned by Mr. Lincoln as assistant Adjutant General, and served on the staff of Gen. Rousseau and Gen. Boyle. He was afterwards commissioned by Mr. Lincoln as United States Marshal for Kentucky, being the same office held by his grandfather, Samuel McDowell, under commission of General Washington.

"He married Anna Clay, daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Clay, who was killed at the battle of Buena Vista, and was a son of the matchless orator, Henry Clay.

" Major McDowell purchased Ashland, the home of his wife's grandfather, and lives at ease, devoting himself to agricultural pursuits, and giving some attention to the Lexington & Eastern Railway Companies, of which he is president. In politics he was first a Whig, later a Republican.

" Major McDowell appears yet in his prime. The time to do him justice is far distant, it is to be hoped, as no man's history can be rightly written until his biographer may look from the beginning of his life to its close."

Source: History of the Irvine Family, pp. 105-106 
McDowell, Henry Clay (I4843)
 
23 "It is noteworthy that when Papa married Elizabeth Hauck, Mama's age was 8 years and 1 week." Groebel, Maria Cunigunda (I1627)
 
24 "Joseph" listed on daughter Marie Ada's baptismal record Bernard du Montier, Albert (I2373)
 
25 "Marie" was listed on her daughter's (Marie Ada Bernard) baptismal record. Hebert, Marie Ada (I2395)
 
26 "Marie-Blanche Doiron of Pigiguit age 41, crossed with husband Jacques Molaison of Pobomcoup, age 38, and three of their children, ages 10, 9, and 6." Family (F769)
 
27 "Monsieur de Bienville, General Commandant of Louisiana arrived with six vessels loaded with provisions and men. There were thirty workmen, all convicts; six carpenters and four Canadians. There were also Monsieur Pailloux, commander of the future city, Monsieur Chassin, intendant of commerce and Monsieur Dreux. Monsieur de Bienville cut the first cane and Monsieur Pailloux and Monsieur Dreux the second, and also tried to open a passage through the dense canebrake from the river to the place where the barracks were to be" -- Jonathas Darby Dreux, Pierre (I2062)
 
28 "On the 25th of July, 1898, in New Orleans, Dr. Stewart was married to Miss Ada May Rowley, a native of the Crescent City and a daughter of Walter Livingston and Catherine Ann (Mortee) Rowley, both now deceased. Her father, who was born in New York in 1834 and died in New Orleans in 1891, was a son of Rufus and Charlotte (Stockman) Rowley and was a grandson of Richmond Rowley, who lived at Richmond, Massachusetts, near Pittsfield, the place being named in his honor. The mother of Walter L. Rowley was a daughter of Dr. Stockman, of Utica, New York, and Caroline (Richie) Stockman, whose father was an Episcopal minister of Philadelphia. Mrs. Stewart's mother, who in her maidenhood was Catherine Ann Mortee, was born in 1841 and died in 1916. She was the daughter of William P. and Judith Catherine (Penn) Mortee, of Patrick County, Virginia. Her grandmother was Sarah Gordon, of Richmond, Virginia, who became the wife of George Penn, the son of John Penn, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence and related to the distinguished Penn family of Pennsylvania. An uncle, Alexander Gordon Penn, of Patrick county, Virginia, was a prominent congressman, serving in the national halls of legislation in 1851 and again in 1853.
Source 
Rowley, Ada May (I1907)
 
29 "Seventh son of William Thorowgood and his wife Anne Edwards, daughter of Henry Edwards of Norwich, England, was baptized 1603 at St. Botolph's, the parish church of Grimston, Norfolk, England, where his father had been appointed vicar, 1581. He came to Virginia in the Charles, 1621, was listed in the census, 1623/4, at Elizabeth City, and was also there in 1624/5 when he was given as aged 18 and as a 'servant' in the muster of Mr. Edward Waters." Thorowgood, Captain Adam (I7884)
 
30 "Speaker" Warner died Jun 19, 1681, at the age of thirty-nine--having risen in his short lifetime to be one of the most prominent men in Virginia--and was buried at Warner Hall beside the graves of his parents. Warner, Colonel Augustine II (I8070)
 
31  
Athanase de Mézières y Clugny, the son of Louis Christophe de Mézières and Marie Antoinette Clugny, was born to nobility in Paris and was baptized on March 26, 1719. His career as an infantryman in Louisiana began in the early 1730s. Over the next thirty years he served as ensign, lieutenant, and captain. In the 1740s he was assigned to the French outpost at Natchitoches, where in 1746 he married Marie Petronille Feliciane de St. Denis, the daughter of Louis Juchereau and Manuela Sánchez Navarro de St. Denis. This brief marriage ended when Marie died in childbirth in 1747, and Mézières later married Pelagie Fazende. On September 15, 1763, shortly after Louisiana had passed from French to Spanish control, he was discharged from the infantry. Like many Frenchmen in Louisiana, he offered his services to Spain, and in late 1769 Alejandro O'Reilly appointed him as lieutenant governor of Natchitoches. Mézières, skilled in Latin, French, and Spanish as well as in several Indian languages, embarked on an extraordinary career as Spanish agent to the Indians of northern Texas. In 1770 he carried out the first of several expeditions to the Red River, and in the following year he successfully negotiated treaties with the Kichais, Tawakonis, and Taovayas, and by their proxy, with the Tonkawas. In 1778 Bernardo de Gálvez, governor of Louisiana, released Mézières for additional services in Texas, where he was to forge an alliance among the Spanish, Comanches, and Norteños against the Apaches. To this end Mézières traveled extensively over the course of a year-to the new town of Bucareli, to the Red River, and even to New Orleans. En route between Los Adaesqv and Nacogdoches, he suffered a serious head injury when thrown from his horse. After convalescence, he continued on to San Antonio, where he arrived in September 1779. In the capital he learned of his appointment as governor of Texas. But Mézières, some sixty years of age, remained gravely ill and did not assume office. He had one child by his first wife and eight by his second. He died at San Antonio on November 2, 1779, having never fully recovered from being unhorsed, and the proposed general alliance with the Comanches and Norteños was never realized.
(Source: http://www.somosprimos.com/inclan/garza.htm who in turn retrieved it from Texas Online History)
 
Mauguet de Mézières, Athanase Christophe Fortunat (I1561)
 
32 (Athanase Christophe Fortunat Mauguet de Mézières) Mauguet de Mézières, Athanase Christophe Fortunat (I1561)
 
33 (contrat de mariage reçu le 4/12/1783 par Me Petit, notaire à Saint-Pierre) Family (F473)
 
34 (Doudou Jaham de Courcilly)
(Octavie Marie Louise Antoine Jaham de Courcilly)

Marie Louise Antoine 'Octavie' JAHAM DE COURCILLY 
Jaham de Courcilly, Françoise Marie Octavie (I1338)
 
35 (Elizabeth Félicité Nepomucene Mauguet de Mézières) de Mézières, Elizabeth Marie Félicité (I1563)
 
36 (Etienne Balthazar Jaham de Belgrade)
(Etienne Balthazar Jaham de Bellegarde)
(Jean Etienne Barthélémy Balthazar Jaham de Bellegrade) 
Jaham de Vertpré, alias Jaham de Bellegrade, Etienne Balthazar (I1308)
 
37 (François Bourdeau) Boureau de La Chevalerie, François (I1414)
 
38 (Gabriel Roy de Villeré)
(René Jean Philippe Gabriel Villeré) 
Villeré, Gabriel (I1525)
 
39 (Jacques Cochet Durival) Cochet, Joachim Jacques (I1374)
 
40 (Jacques François Ferdinand Jaham de Courcilly) Jaham de Courcilly, Jacques François Ferdinand (I1480)
 
41 (Jacques Jaham des Prés) Jaham des Préz, Jacques (I1408)
 
42 (Jacques Philippe Roy Villeré)
(Jacques Philippe Roy de Villeré) 
de Villeré, Jacques Philippe (I1524)
 
43 (Jean Simon Auguste Lalaurette) Lalaurette, Auguste (I1549)
 
44 (Jean-Baptiste Jaham des Fontaines)
(Jean Baptiste Rose Jaham Desfontaines) 
Jaham des Fontaines, Jean-Baptiste (I1458)
 
45 (Lazare Joseph Guillaume Beuzelin) Beuzelin, Lazare Joseph Guillaume Ernest (I1500)
 
46 (Louis Didier Jaham de Saint Fremont) de Jaham, Louis Didier (I1363)
 
47 (Louise Félicité Marie Antoinette Littée)
(Thélite Littée) 
Littée, Marie Louise Félicité (I1400)
 
48 (Marguerite Loisselier)
(Marguerite Loifelier) 
Loiselier, Marguerite (I1470)
 
49 (Marie Catherine Aline Lafaye Beaubrun) Lafaye Beaubrun, Marie Catherine Aline (I1484)
 
50 (Marie Clusa) Clux, Marie (I1555)
 
51 (Marie Eulalie Fazende) Fazende, Marie Eulalie (I1535)
 
52 (Marie Pétronille Félicienne Juchereau de Saint Denis) Juchereau de Saint Denis, Elizabeth (I1562)
 
53 (Marie Sophie Elvina dite Evelina Huyghues Lacour) Huyghues Lacour, Marie Colombe Evelyne (I1336)
 
54 (Marie Thérèse Leconte) Leconte, Marie Thérèse (I1471)
 
55 (Michel Louis Pothuau des Nauderies de Luppé) Pothuau des Nauderies, alias de Luppé Pothuau des Nauderies, Michel (I1491)
 
56 (Napoléon Bonaparte)
(Napoléon Buonaparte) 
Bonaparte, Napoléon 1st (I1432)
 
57 (Paul Joseph de Soubiran) de Soubiran, Joseph (I1478)
 
58 (Pierre Paul Jaham des Rivières) Jaham des Rivières, Pierre (I1459)
 
59 (Rose Marie Madeleine Marin de La Houssaye Duvigny) de La Houssaye Duvigny, Marie Magdeleine Rose (I1479)
 
60 (Rose Tascher de La Pagerie)
(Marie Joseph Rose Tascher de La Pagerie) 
Tascher de La Pagerie, Marie Josèphe Rose (I1424)
 
61 (Rosette Tascher de La Pagerie) Tascher de La Pagerie, Marie-Françoise Rose (I1422)
 
62 (Source: The Williams Research Center, Francis O. Rivet Collection, Copied 6/23/99 Saint Domingue Documents and Papers Copy of Marriage License for Parish of Orleans, City of New Orleans.)

Courtesy Jerry Gandolfo 
Family (F585)
 
63 (Yves de Soubeyran) de Soubiran, Yves (I1475)
 
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Louisiana: Comprising Sketches of Parishes, Towns, Events, Institutions, and Persons, Arranged in Cyclopedic Form (volume 3), p. 474. Edited by Alcée Fortier, Lit.D. Published in 1914, by Century Historical Association.

Wolfe, Frederick P., D. D. S., Macheca building, New Orleans was born at Franklin, St. Mary parish, La., Nov. 6, 1858; son of Peter and Anna Mary (Schaeff) Wolfe, both natives of Germany. The father came to America and located in St. Mary parish in early life, later following the business of a rectifier of liquors. He died of yellow fever in 1867. The mother survived until 1872. They became the parents of 5 children, as follows: Godfried, deceased; Jacob, now a New Orleans basket manufacturer; Frederick P., the subject of this sketch; second child died in infancy; Remmigius died at the age of 10 years. Frederick P. Wolfe was educated at St. Mary's School of the Assumption, in the fourth district of New Orleans. He is a member of the Louisiana State Dental society and of New Orleans Lodge, No. 30, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. Jan. 17, 1885, Dr. Wolfe was married to Miss Mary B. Specht, daughter of John Henry Specht of New Orleans. Mrs. Wolfe's father was well-known for many years as a tailor of the Crescent City. He died in 1907. Her mother's death occurred when the daughter was only 2 years old. Dr. and Mrs. Wolfe are parents of 7 children, whose names follow in the order of their birth: Agnes, Frederick J., a dentist, practicing with his father; Lillian, Louis, deceased; Irene, Oscar, Arthur.

Source: files.usgwarchives.net 
Family (F1880)
 
65 - Officer of the infantry in Canada in 1709
- Arrived in Louisiana in 1709
- 1714 received commission as Captain, later made Chevalier de St. Louis
- Commanded Fort Condé near Mobile on 4 Jun 1722
 
Philippe du Hautmesnil de Marigny de Mandeville, François (I3336)
 
66 . . . daughter of Louis Claude Mathieu, Creole of SaintPierre, former commissioner commanding the district of Trinité, owner in this place of the dwelling "la Tracé", and of Jeanne Catherine Madeleine Charlotte Gallet Charlery, Creole of Robert (these two last married in Trinidad on 6.11.1779). Family (F1731)
 
67 ... declare that Marie Philomene Ernestine Durand de St. Romes a child born in this parish aged about six years, departed this life yesterday the eighth instant at 5 o'clock at the domicile of his parents situated on Chartres Street No. 80 between Bienville and Conti Streets in this first municipality. The said child was issued from the legitimate marriage of Mr. Joseph Charles Durand de St. Romes and Mrs. Marie Thérèse Vion.  de St. Romes, Marie Philomène Ernestine (I4599)
 
68 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I751)
 
69 001308 Marrero - Joyce Marie Groetsch Marrero At Her Residence In Metairie, La. On June 23, 2005 At 5:34 Am. Survived By Alden Marrero, Jr. Mother Of Scott Michel And David Michel. Grandmother Of Scott, Emily, David And Marguerite. Sister Of Richard Groetsch, Jerry Groetsch And Thomas Groetsch. Daughter Of The Late Marguerite And Jerry Groetsch. Age 58 Years. A Native Of New Orleans And Resident Of Kenner, La. Relatives And Friends Are Invited To Attend The Funeral Mass From The Metairie Chapel Of Lamana-Panno-Fallo, 1717 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Corner Of Bonnabel Blvd. On Friday, June 24, 2005 At 2:00 Pm Followed By Interment In All Saints Mausoleum, New Orleans, La. Visitation On Friday, June 24, 2005 After 11:00 Am Until Service Time. Sign On-Line
Times Picayune 06-24-2005
 
Groetsch, Joyce Marie (I5304)
 
70 002861 Charbonnet - Harry N. Charbonnet Jr., A Retired Business Manager For Mccoy Dental Laboratory, Died Monday Of Multiple Organ Failure At Ochsner Foundation Hospital. He Was 51. Mr. Charbonnet Was Born In New Orleans And Lived In Slidell For The Past 16 Years. He Graduated From St. Edward's High School In Austin, Texas, And Loyola University, Where He Was A Member Of The Pershing Rifles. He Was A Former Captain In An Army Armored Division. He Was The Foster Father Of 50 Children From 1979 To 1986 Under The Auspices Of Associated Catholic Charities. Survivors Include His Wife, Sylvia Boos Charbonnet; Three Sons, Mark Numa, Jeffrey Paul And Peter Harry Charbonnet; A Daughter, Julie C. Gilmore; His Father, Harry Numa Charbonnet Sr.; His Mother, Rose Mary Harvey Charbonnet; Four Brothers, Will G., Edward C., Joseph H. And David J. Charbonnet; And Two Sisters, Ann C. Dardis And Paulette C. Ward. A Mass Will Be Said Today At Noon At St. Luke The Evangelist Catholic Church, 910 Cross Gates Blvd., Slidell.
Visitation Will Begin At 9:30 A.M. Burial Will Be In Forest Lawn Cemetery. All Faiths Funeral Home Is In Charge Of Arrangements. 07-02-1997 Times Picayune
 
Charbonnet, Harry Numa Jr. (I869)
 
71 004837 Wolfe - Bernard Peter 'Pat' Wolfe, A Retired Engineer For Frank P. Fischer Engineering Co., Died Saturday Of A Heart Attack At Santa Marua Del Rio Hospital In Santa Marua Del Rio, Mexico. He Was 72. Mr. Wolfe Was A Lifelong Resident Of New Orleans. He Was A Graduate Of Fortier Senior High School And Attended Tulane University. He Received A Bachelor Of Science Degree From The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy In Kings Point, N.Y. He Was A Member Of The USF&G Sugar Bowl, The Southern Yacht Club, The Louisiana Engineering Society, The Society Of Founders Of New Orleans, The Genealogical Research Society And The Society Of The War Of 1812 In The State Of Louisiana. Survivors Include His Wife, Jacqueline Miller Wolfe; Three Daughters, Jacqueline Carroll, Suzanne Fromherz And Sharon Crane; A Brother, William Wolfe; Three Sisters, Elizabeth Villere, Edith Wolfe And Yvette Demarest; And Four Grandchildren. A Memorial Mass Will Be Said Today At 1 P.M. At Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home, 5100 Pontchartrain Blvd. Visitation Will Be Held From Noon Until The Time Of The Service. Burial Will Be In Metairie Mausoleum In Metairie Cemetery. Times Picayune 04-22-1993 Wolfe, Bernard Peter (I4767)
 
72 004838 Wolfe - Bernard Peter Wolfe, An Engineer For Frank P. Fischer Engineering Co., Died Saturday Of A Heart Attack At Santa Maria Del Rio Hospital In Santa Maria Del Rio, Mexico. He Was 72. Mr. Wolfe Was A Lifelong Resident Of New Orleans. He Was A Graduate Of Fortier Senior High School And Attended Tulane University. He Received A Bachelor Of Science Degree From The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy In Kings Point, N.Y. He Was A Member Of The Usf&G Sugar Bowl, The Southern Yacht Club, The Louisiana Engineering Society, The Society Of Founders Of New Orleans, The Genealogical Research Society And The Society Of The War Of 1812 In The State Of Louisiana. Survivors Include His Wife, Jacqueline Miller Wolfe; Three Daughters, Jacqueline Wolfe, Suzanne Fromherz And Sharon Crane; A Brother, William Wolfe; Three Sisters, Elizabeth Villere, Edith Wolfe And Yvette Demarest; Four Grandchildren And Four Step-Grandchildren. A Funeral Was Held Thursday At Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home, 5100 Pontchartrain Blvd. Burial Was In Metairie Mausoleum In Metairie Cemetery. Times Picayune 04-23-1993 Wolfe, Bernard Peter (I4767)
 
73 004847 Wolfe - Frederick Jacob Wolfe, Jr. Dds. On Sunday, Evening, November 3, 1974, At 11 O'clock. Beloved Husband Of Jessy Lilly Visman Wolfe, Father Of Jessy Lilly Wolfe Of New York, New York, Kathleen Elisabeth Wolfe, And Frederick Carl Wolfe. Son Of The Late Frederick Jacob Wolfe, Sr. And Elisabeth Bernard. Brother Of Mrs. Plauche F. Villere, Sr. Miss Edith Wolfe, Mrs. Marion Demarest Of Mobile, Alabama, William V. Wolfe Of Clermont Ferrand France, Robert L. Wolfe Of Opelousas, Bernard P. Wolfe And The Late Yvonne, Dorothy And Edgar Joseph Wolfe. Relatives And Friends Of The Family Are Invited To Attend The Funeral. Services From Mcmahon, Coburn, Brede Funeral Home, 600 Moss St., N. Jeff. Davis Pkwy At Bayou St. John, On Tuesday Morning, November 5, 1974, At 11 O' Clock, Followed By Mass At The Funeral Home. Interment Metairie Cemetery. Friend May Call On Tuesday Morning, After 9:30 O'clock. Donations To Strive Center Preferred, 802 ½ Nashville Ave. Submitted By Paula T. Ellis Source: Times Picayune 11 - 5 - 1974 Se. 1. Pg. 16 Wolfe, Frederick Jacob Jr. (I4759)
 
74 004849 Wolfe - Jacqueline Miller Wolfe, On Sunday, March 17, 2002. Age 76 Years. Beloved Wife Of The Late Bernard Peter 'Pat' Wolfe. Mother Of Jacqueline Wolfe Carroll, Suzanne Wolfe Fromherz, And Sharon Wolfe Crane. Grandmother Of Peter Kahle, Jr., Bernard And Kurt Fromherz, And Jacqueline Crane. Step-Grandmother Of Elizabeth Carroll Ingold, Lila Carroll Feldman And Judd Crane. Relatives And Friends Are Invited To Attend A Funeral Mass At Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home, 5100 Pontchartrain Blvd. (In Metairie Cemetery) On Wednesday, March 20, 2002 At 10:00 Am. Interment Will Follow In Metairie
Cemetery. Visitation Will Be Wednesday, March 20, 2002 At 9:00 Am. In Lieu Of Flowers, Memorial Donations Can Be Made To Southern Dominicans, 1421 N. Causeway Blvd. Ste. 200, Metairie 70001 Or The Sisters, Servants Of Mary, 5001 Perlita St., New Orleans 70122. Please View And Sign The Family Guest
Book At Www.Lakelawnmetairie.Com. Times Picayune 03/20 
Miller, Jacqueline (I5174)
 
75 004851 Wolfe - Kathleen Elizabeth Wolfe On Thursday, Nov. 13, 2003. Age 53 Years. Beloved Daughter Of Jessy Visman Wolfe And The Late Dr. Frederick J. Wolfe, Jr. Loving Sister Of Jessy Wolfe Dirks Of New York, Ny. And Frederick C. Wolfe. Aunt Of Jessica Suzanne Dirks Of New York. Private Graveside Services
Were Held On Friday, Nov. 14, 2003 At Metairie Cemetery. Family Would Prefer Contributions To Association For Retarded Citizens Of New Orleans-5700 Loyola Ave. New Orleans, La 70115. Times Picayune 11-15-2003 
Wolfe, Kathleen Elizabeth (I5176)
 
76 004862 Wolfe - On Thursday Morning, January 7, 1965 At 2 O'clock Elizabeth Bernard, Beloved Wife Of Dr. Frederick J. Wolfe Sr., Mother Of Mrs. Plauche F. Villere, Edith B., Fred J. Jr., Bernard P., William V. Wolfe Of Baton Rouge, And Robert L. Wolfe Of Opelouses, La., And Mrs. Marion E. Demarest Of Mobile, Ala. And The Late Evyonne Louise, Dorothy Claire And Edgar J. Wolfe, Sister Of Mrs. Alfred D. Mcbryde, Louis, Guy, And Cunie Bernard, Mrs. William Arnoldi Of Chicago, Ill., And The Late Felix Bernard, Frank, Edgar, Clemence And Gerald Wolfe, Also Survived By 23 Grandchildren. Services Were Held From The Funeral Home Of Mcmahon - Coburn - Bride, 600 Moss Street On Thursday Afternoon, January 7, 1965 At 2 O'clock. Religious Services At Jesuit Church. Interment In Metairie Cemetery. Submitted By Paula T. Ellis Source: Times Picayune 1 - 9 - 1965 Sec. 1, Pg. 2 Bernard, Elizabeth Theresa (I1580)
 
77 004863 Wolfe - On Tuesday Morning, Nov. 5, 1968, Frederick J. Wolfe, In His 81st Year, Husband Of The Late Elizabeth M. Bernard, Father Of Fred Jr., Edith B., Bernard P., William V. And Robert L. Wolfe, Mrs. Elizabeth W. Villere, And Mrs. Yvette W. Demarest, Son Of The Late Dr. And Mrs. Fred P. Wolfe, Brother Of Mrs. Lillian Wolfe. Funeral Services Were Held From The Funeral Home Of Mcmahon - Coburn - Bride 600 Moss St., On Tuesday Afternoon, Nov. 5, 1968, At 3:30 O'clock, Followed By Requiem Mass At St. Rita's Church. Interment, Metairie Cemetery. Submitted By Paula T. Ellis Source: Times Picayune 11 - 6 - 1968 Sec. 1, Pg. 20 Wolfe, Dr. Frederick Jacob (I4758)
 
78 05 Oct 1767 could be wrong. Noted in Un Demi Millenaire that he "décédé avant avril 1761" Jaham de Vertpré, François (I1294)
 
79 1 daughter. Family (F1930)
 
80 1 issue, Adelaide Family (F374)
 
81 1. Joseph Hector DE MONTAUT Marquis de Monberaut, died before 22 Nov 1744.
He married Dame Marguerite ROLANDET, and they had the following children:
+2 i. Henri Ayme Elizabeth DE MONTAULT

2. Henri Ayme Elizabeth DE MONTAULT. He married Francoise Laurance LEBLANC
on 22 Nov 1744. They had the following children:

3 i. Louis Augustin de Montault de St. Civier DE MONTAULT was
born on 8 Jan 1747 in Louisiana. Christened on 13 Aug 1750 in St.
Louis Parish Church, New Orleans, LA. Died in France.
+4 ii. Elizabeth Sabine Josephe Montaud de St. Cibil DE
MONTBERAULD
+5 iii. Francois Augustin Montault de St. Civier DE MONTAULT

4. Elizabeth Sabine Josephe Montaud de St. Cibil DE MONTBERAULD was born on
25 Feb 1748 in Louisiana. Christened on 13 Aug 1750 in St. Louis Parish
Church, New Orleans, LA. Died on 20 Nov 1811. She married Jean Antoine
Bernard D'AUTERIVE on 1 May 1764 in St. Louis Parish Church, New Orleans,
LA. Jean Antoine Bernard D'AUTERIVE, died on 25 Mar 1776. Buried in
Church of St. Gabriel, Parish of Ascension, LA. They had the following
children:

6 i. Antoine Bernard D'AUTERIVE, died about 1812/1813.
+7 ii. Louis Decomines D'AUTERIVE
8 iii. Clair Joseph D'AUTERIVE was born on 24 Oct 1768 in
Louisiana. Christened on 19 Sep 1769 in St Louis Parish Church,
New Orleans, LA.
+9 iv. Joseph Bernard Dubuclet D'AUTERIVE
10 v. Antoine Mariguy D'AUTERIVE was born in 1775 in Louisiana.
Died in 1828.
11 vi. Marie Joseph Antoine D'AUTERIVE was born on 4 Oct 1775 in
Louisiana. Christened on 20 May 1776 in St. Louis Parish Church, New
Orleans, LA.

She also married Jean Baptiste DEGRUYS on 4 May 1779 in Attakapas, LA.
Jean Baptiste DEGRUYS was born on 3 Aug 1751. Died on 1 Mar 1838. They had
the following children:

12 i. Marie Josephe DEGRUYS was born about 1780/1781. Died on
2 Dec 1792.

5. Francois Augustin Montault de St. Civier DE MONTAULT was born on 20 Nov
1751 in Louisiana. Christened on 15 May 1752 in St. Louis Parish Church,
New Orleans, LA. He married Genevieve Renee Bruhier DE WARBILLIERS in St.
Dominique. Genevieve Renee Bruhier DE WARBILLIERS, died in 1793 in Cap
Francais, Jamaica.

He also married Marie Claudine PLANCHARD in St. Louis Cathedral, New
Orleans, LA.
They had the following children:

+13 i. Louis Francois Montault DE MONTAULT

7. Louis Decomines D'AUTERIVE was born in 1767 in Louisiana. Died about
1814.
He married Felicite Elizabeth MAYRONNE. Felicite Elizabeth MAYRONNE was
born on 28 Mar 1784 in Jefferson Parish, LA. Died on 4 Oct 1809. They had
the following children:

+14 i. Virginie D'AUTERIVE
+15 ii. Fanelie Felicite D'AUTERIVE
16 iii. Jean Baptiste Theodule D'AUTERIVE
+17 iv. Pauline Decomine D'AUTERIVE

9. Joseph Bernard Dubuclet D'AUTERIVE was born on 6 Sep 1773 in Louisiana.
Christened on 20 May 1776 in St. Louis Parish Church, New Orleans, LA.
He married Marguerite Pauline THIMECOUR. They had the following children:

+18 i. Jeanne Adeline D'AUTERIVE
19 ii. Antoine D'AUTERIVE
+20 iii. Joseph Valiere D'AUTERIVE
21 iv. Elinor D'AUTERIVE

13. Louis Francois Montault DE MONTAULT, died about 1845. He married Marie
Melanie CHARBONNET in St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans, LA.

He also married Anne Marie Francoise Aspasie DE FAZENDE on 14 Feb 1822 in
New Orleans, LA. They had the following children:

22 i. Louis Montault DE MONTAULT
23 ii. St. Civier Montault DE MONTAULT
+24 iii. Alix Montault DE MONTAULT
+25 iv. Felide Montault DE MONTAULT
+26 v. Mathilde Montault DE MONTAULT
+27 vi. Aspasie Montault DE MONTAULT

http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/GEN-FR/1995-01/0789352966
 
de Montault de St. Civier de Monberaut, Vicomte Henri Aymé Elizabeth (I3642)
 
82 10 children Family (F1862)
 
83 10 Children Family (F2778)
 
84 10 Children:
Benoni Sylvester
Clemence
Joseph
Arsenio
Amelie Rosa
Jean Louis
Modeste Adelaide
Emerite Marceline
Adelaide
Pierre Charles
 
Family (F1449)
 
85 10 known children. Family (F719)
 
86 11 - Jean François JAHAM, sieur de COURCILLY. A son décès survenu en 1721, sa s?ur Angélique Rose qui se trouvait à la Fosse de Nantes, chez la veuve ROBERT, fit auprès de Charles TROCHON, sieur de LORIER, négociant, demeurant audit lieu, un prêt de 600 livres tournois « pour survenir aux aliments, pension, et frais funéraires de son frère » (Cf. Me VILLAINE, notaire à Nantes, acte du 10 novembre 1721). Jaham, Jean François sieur de Courcilly (I4900)
 
87 11 Children Family (F683)
 
88 11 children Family (F1706)
 
89 11 children. Family (F1409)
 
90 11 enfants & 8 petits enfants Family (F1703)
 
91 11. Sarah, m. Fitzhugh; had a daughter by 2nd and 3rd marriages.
Perhaps it's Sarah Mary Mason? Or Mary Sarah Mason? 
Mason, Mary (I7872)
 
92 12 Children Family (F350)
 
93 12 Children Family (F2065)
 
94 12 children Family (F1497)
 
95 12 Children Family (F2621)
 
96 12 Children. Family (F1620)
 
97 12 children. Family (F2529)
 
98 12 Feb 1770 Commission as Captain of Militia. Robin de Logny, Robert Antoine (I1109)
 
99 13 Children Family (F1926)
 
100 13 Children, Beatrice was 9th of 13. Family (F1561)
 

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