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101 13 Dec 1779 Witness at Cousin Marie Josèphe Rose Tascher de la Pagerie wedding to Alexandre François Marie de Beauharnois. Roy de Courpon de la Vernade, Robert François Modeste (I7592)
 
102 14 children Family (F2357)
 
103 14 Children. Family (F2830)
 
104 14 Jan 1849 Maman a été demandée en mariage par notre cher Papa
(Written by Marie Thérèse Bernard in her book of birthdays and anniversaries.) 
Family (F510)
 
105 15 children Family (F2396)
 
106 15 Sarah, married Lindsay Opie. Deed of Lindsay Opie and Sarah, his wife, as "one of the four daughters and co-heirs of captain George Heale," August 13, 1742. Family (F2793)
 
107 15-16 children. Family (F2718)
 
108 16 Avril 1887 Mes fiançailles avec Georges Family (F452)
 
109 1635-1728. - SAVIGNÉ. - Déclaration de devoirs, rendus au fief de Rillé, par Toussaint et Annibal Dreux, curé et procureur fabricier de Savigné. Acte portant adjudication de la dîme des Boulinières ou Roulinières à Urbain Pays, pour 33 boisseaux de blé. - Assemblée des principaux habitants, en 1679, par ordonnance de l'intendant, lesquels affirment que leur fabrique n'a rien aliéné et qu'il n'y a aucun bien communal ni usages dans ladite paroisse.
- Constitution, pour 200 livres, d'une rente de 10 livres sur deux boisselées de jardin et logis, par Louis Fontaine, sabotier, et Marguerite, sa femme, au oront de François Dreux.

G.974. (Liasse.)- l pièce, parchemin : 34 pièces, papier. 
Dreux, Toussaint curé de Savigné (I2963)
 
110 1635-1728. - SAvIGNÉ. - Déclaration de devoirs, rendus au fief de Rillé, par Toussaint et Annibal Dreux, curé et procureur fabricier de Savigné. Acte portant adjudication de la dîme des Boulinières ou Roulinières à Urbain Pays, pour 33 boisseaux de blé. - Assemblée des principaux habitants, en 1679, par ordonnance de l'intendant, lesquels affirment que leur fabrique n'a rien aliéné et qu'il n'y a aucun bien communal ni usages dans ladite paroisse. - Constitution, pour 200 livres, d'une rente de 10 livres sur deux boisselées de jardin et logis, par Louis Fontaine, sabotier, et Marguerite, sa femme, au oront de François Dreux.

G.974. (Liasse.)- l pièce, parchemin : 34 pièces, papier. 
Dreux, Annibal Urbain (I2072)
 
111 17 Children, many died young. Family (F1490)
 
112 1735 Jul. 17
Henry (Nicolas) clerk
(Jean Baptiste Lemoyne de) Bienville
(gov. of Prov. of Louisiana)
(Nicolas Chauvin de) la Freniere Philippe, Superior of the
Capuchins
Chastang, (Francois)
Alexandre, (Viel, Bernard)
Dreux, (Pierre)
Voisin, (Pierre)
New Orleans, (Louisiana)

Resolution: Mr. Chastang former churchwarden proposes that a new churchwarden be chosen to succeed Mr. Alexandre whose term has ended. Mr. Voisin was chosen.

IV-4-a A.D.S. 2pp. 8vo. (French)
Voisin, Pierre (I5736)
 
113 1790 Built Destrehan Plantation Manor house. Robin de Logny, Robert Antoine (I1109)
 
114 1802 Feb. 15
GAYARRE -- BOR
Gayarre, Carlos
Gayarre, an official of the paymaster's office, states that in his proceedings to marry Maria Isabel Bor‚ he has progressed to the publication of one of the banns. But because of the presence of smallpox in the city, Juana Margarita Maria Destrehan, mother of his fiancee, wishes to go to the country. Therefore, Gayarre asks for a dispensation from the other two banns.
A.D.S. (Spanish) V-3-e A.D.S. (Spanish) 2pp. 4to.

Source: http://files.usgwarchives.net/la/orleans/vitals/marriages/cert/00000176.txt 
Family (F375)
 
115 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.
- Robert Lawson Lewis né le 13 mai 1831 et mort en même temps presque que sa malheureuse mère et de la même maladie le 12 novembre, à 4 heures du matin. Il était âgé de 2 ans et 6 mois.
- John Duncan Lewis né le 2 novembre 1833 et mort le 17 suivant du même mal, âgé de 16 jours.
- Cora, née le 10 août 1829, atteinte de la même maladie est morte le 22 du même mois à 5 heures du soir. Elle était âgée de 4 ans et 3 mois.

Dans l'espace de 11 jours, le tombeau a engloutis cette malheureuse famille.  
Family (F2498)
 
116 1860 New Orleans Census lists "Louise E." Stewart, age 8 on 2 Jul 1860. Stewart, Louise Edna (I1135)
 
117 1992-DeGruy-Louis D. De Gruy, Jr. on Tuesday, March 10, 1992 at 12:40 A.M. Beloved husband of the late Rose Palama DeGruy. Father of Jeanne Spencer of Slidell, La. and Louis (Tiny) De Gruy, III of Memphis, Tenn. Also survived by 7 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Son of the late Louis D. and Barbara Withmeyer De Gruy, Sr. Brother of Barbara Cline, Mrs. Ethel Benson and the late Amelia Martino, Annie De Gruy Dendinger and Myrtle Wendling. Aged 78 years. A native of New Orleans, La. and a resident of Lacombe, La. for 13 years.Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend a Funeral Mass from Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home Chapel, 4747 Veterans Blvd. near Clearview, on Saturday, March 14, 1992 at 11:00 A.M. Interment in Greenwood Cemetery. Friends
may call after 6:00 P.M. until 10:00 P.M. Friday.

Times Picayune Newspaper, New Orleans, La.
March 12, 1992; pB5, c3 
DeGruy, Louis D. Jr. (I442)
 
118 1st cousins Family (F1848)
 
119 1st Duke of Leuchtenberg de Beauharnais, Eugène Duke of Leuchtenberg (I1429)
 
120 1st Lt. "La Découverte" in 1720, before the age of 25. Enoul de Livaudais, Jacques Julian (I4979)
 
121 1st permanent resident of the Philippe family in Louisiana Philippe du Hautmesnil de Marigny de Mandeville, François (I3336)
 
122 2 daughters Family (F716)
 
123 2 entries, two children with same name, baptized same day, born different days, different sponsors.
I suspect there to be additional names to further identify them. 
Fazende, Maria Francisca (I2170)
 
124 2 known children. Family (F1000)
 
125 2 more daughters, names unknown. One married Samuel Pearson as his second wife and moved to South Carolina. The other daughter married Christopher Heiskell. Source
 
Family (F1355)
 
126 2 Sep 1760 French Commission as Ensign of Militia. Robin de Logny, Robert Antoine (I1109)
 
127 2009-Cecile DeGruy Bates Evans Guichet
January 5, 1922 - May 22, 2009

Cecile DeGruy Bates Evans Guichet, age 87, of Pontchatoula, died Friday, May 22, 2009, in North Oaks Medical Center. She was born on January 5, 1922, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Before retiring, Mrs. Guichet owned and operated Cecile's
House of Fashion in Pontchatoula. She was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church Rosary Altar Society, Red Impressions, Red Hat Society, and the Pontchatoula Chamber of Commerce. She is survived by her 2 daughters, Cynthia Gregoire, and husband John, and Brenda Harris, and husband John; 3 sons, Charles W. Bates, and wife Sandra, Jackson P. Bates, and wife Kay, Donald W. Bates, Sr., and wife Karen; 5 grandsons; 6 granddaughters; 20 great-grandchildren; 1 great-great-grandchild; 2 brothers, Horace DeGruy and Charles DeGruy; and numerous nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents, Harvey H. and Edna Cecile Geoffrey DeGruy; 1st husband, Jack Bates; 2nd husband, Bill Evans; 3rd husband, Julius Guichet; and 2 brothers, Harvey DeGruy and Melvin DeGruy.

Visitation will be held Sunday, May 24, 2009, at Harry McKnelly & Son Funeral Home in Pontchatoula from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m., and will continue on Monday, May 25, 2009, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Pontchatoula. The Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:00 a.m. with Fr. John Sims, O. P. Celebrant. Interment will follow in the Pontchatoula Cemetery. 
DeGruy, Edna Cecilia (I378)
 
128 21 years old at time of death in 1802. Delatte, Catherine (I7776)
 
129 22 Mais 1873 Première communion de Noémie

8 Decembre 1883 Prise du voile noir de Noemie au Convent du Grand Côteau un Samedi
 
Bernard, Marie Noémi Antoinette RSCJ (I1574)
 
130 25 Decembre 1829 Naissance de Mme de Jaham
(Written by Marie Thérèse Bernard in her book of birthdays and anniversaries.) 
Cottrell, Adèle Joséphine Catherine (I1355)
 
131 26 oct. Gustave Marigny tué en duel par Lanusse. Il avait tort dit-on : dans ce cas, c'était justice !  de Marigny, Gustave Adolphe (I2704)
 
132 2nd marriage for Elmer Smith Family (F240)
 
133 2nd or 3rd degree consanguinité Family (F2207)
 
134 2nd wife of Mathelin de Lupé, seigneur de Gariès. Family (F1735)
 
135 2nd wife, was 75 at his 2nd marriage. Family (F577)
 
136 3 children Family (F1514)
 
137 3 Children by this marriage. Family (F953)
 
138 3 children, two died unmarried. Family (F1159)
 
139 3 known children. Family (F991)
 
140 3 known children. Family (F993)
 
141 3 known children. Family (F996)
 
142 3 sons and 2 daughters.  Family (F2586)
 
143 3. "Mr. RAWLEIGH TRAVERS," first appears in Virginia, 1653, when he received 300 a.[acres] south side Rappahannock; then as witness to a deed in Lancaster Co., 1658. He m. cir., 1640, Elizabeth —. Was she a Hussey or a Cole? He and his wife Elizabeth executed a deed in Essex Co., 1661. He received, Dec. 29, 1662, a pat. for a 300 a. W. side Morattico Creek, Lanc'r Co. (L. Bk. V.,147.) Also 3650 a. S. side Potomac R. on Potomac Crk., adjoining lands of Capt Brent, and granted, 1662, to Col. Gerard Fowke, and by him assigned to Travers, 1663, confirmed Oct. 24, 1665. (V.,521.) Also, Sep. 12, 1668, for 12 persons, 500 a. S. side Rapp'k Co. (VI. 194) He was Burgess for Lanc'r Co. 1663-6. In Hen. II. 197, he appear as "Mr. Rawleigh ffrances," but on p. 205 Mr. Rawleigh Traverse" was excused for sickness, the name "ffrances," being evidently a typographical error. In 1660 an Act of Assembly was passed for building a State House in James City (Hen. II, 13,) "for the right honorable the Governor and Council to keep Courts and for future Grand Assemblies to meet in." This was erected under the direction of the Gov'r, Sir Wm. Berkeley, and a Committee of six, of whom were Col. Gerard Fowkes and Mr. Rawleigh Travers. This house was burnt 1676. (Va. His. Reg. II, 139.)

May 26, 1665, Rawleigh Travers rec'd 12,470 lb tobacco for the use of Rich'd, Gower & Co., from Wm. Hall, by the hands of Leo Howson. (L., 312) April 1, 1668, John Carpenter of Lanc'r Co., Taylor, and Mary his wf., executor of the will of Anthony Stephens and his heir, deeded land to Rawleigh Travers, gentleman, for £4 and 7000 lbs. of tobacco. Mar 8, 1669, Elizabeth Travers app'd her son, Mr. William Travers, her Att'y to acknowledge to John Chinn the 'qr. pt." of her will. (IV., 96) At the same time Rawleigh Travers and Elizabeth Travers signed the contract; and, p. 128, John Chinn and Eliz'h Chinn signed the contract. When he died does not appear. An appeal was sent to the Gen'l Court from Lanc'r Co., 1674, in re Richar James vs. Mr. Robert Beckingham, who had m. the relict of Mr. Travers. Could this have been Elizabeth Travers? Had—5. William. 6. Rawleigh (?). 7. Mrs. Thomas Beale (?). 8. Mrs Rawleigh Downman (?), p. 74 
Travers, Rawleigh (I7992)
 
144 3. Benjamin Borden married Abigail Grover (dau. of James Grover, senior, of Middletown), Sept. 22, 1670; she d. Jan. 8, 1720, aged 66 years. He probably removed from Portsmouth, R. I., soon after making the purchase of lands in Shrewsbury, in 1665, and settled at the later place, being allotted Lot No. 29 "of the lotts of Middleton," Dec. 30, 1667, and the next day Lot No. 23, "in the lotts that are in the Poplar feild and the mountany feild."—Town Book of Old Middletown, 1. He was allowed, April 9, 1670, to take up nine acres selsewhere in lieu of Lot No. 23, "considering the badness of it being throwne up to make good some other lotts."—Ib., 10. He was admitted, July 8, 1670, as one of the associate patentees. He contributed £6 toward the purchase, and was allotted one share. The court was held at his house in Shrewsbury, in 1676. He was a Justice of the Peace in 1685. In 1692 and 1694 he was elected to the Assembly from Middletown, and in 1695 and 1698 as one of the six members from Monmouth county. In 1693 he was appointed by act of the Assembly to be one of the Road Commissioners for Monmouth County, a position he still held in 1711. He was one of three men "legally Chosen to Assess . . . . the tax or Rate that is to be Raised for the Support of the Government," to which office (corresponding with the "chosen freeholder" of to-day) he was re-elected in 1697-8.—Town Book, 32-33. The records of conveyances show that he was a large landowner; some of the purchases were as follows: Oct. 21, 1676—return of survey for tract in the allotment of Cohanzick; 1677-8. Feb. 28—patent for. same, 300 acres; he was then a weaver, of Middletown; June 20, 1677—patent for 351 acres at Middletown; Jan. 22, 1687—patent for 150 acres in Monmouth county; March 28, 1688—he was the owner of 1-20th of 1-48th of East Jersey; May 1, 1695—patent for 240 acres at Crosswicks, and 30 acres at Barnegat; Oct. 5, 1696—deed for 560 acres in Monmouth county.—N. J. Archives, XXI., 27, 113, 116, 235, 297, 542, 556, 566. In 1716 he appears to have been at Eversham, Burlington county, when he conveyed lands to his son Joseph, of Freehold. In 1718, being then of Auchweas, Burlington county, he conveyed lands to his son James.—Austin, as cited; Old Times in Old Monmouth, 170, 171, 207, 208, 249; N. M. Archives, XXI., 158-61. Borden, Benjamin (I4167)
 
145 31 May 1782 passport of catholicity in Bordeaux for Martinique, age 42 years. Roy de Courpon de la Vernade, Robert François Modeste (I7592)
 
146 3e au 4e degré de consanguinité Family (F2297)
 
147 3rd degree consanguinity. Family (F1384)
 
148 3rd wife of Robert Reade Family (F2827)
 
149 4 Children Family (F632)
 
150 5 Children Family (F384)
 
151 5 children Family (F956)
 
152 5 children Family (F1513)
 
153 5 Children Family (F1604)
 
154 5 children Family (F2395)
 
155 5 children Family (F2418)
 
156 5 children. Family (F2751)
 
157 5 known children born to the couple Family (F378)
 
158 5 known children. Family (F990)
 
159 5. DURAND (Thomas), négociant à Marseille et Geneviève Danet, sa femme.
Arrêt du 19 juillet 1746. Règlement de dettes. 1746-1779.

5. DURAND (Thomas), a merchant in Marseille and Geneviève Danet, his wife.
Judgment of 19 July 1746. Settlement of debts. 1746-1779. 
Durand, Thomas Siegneur de St. Romes (I2668)
 
160 5th Baronet of Archinbreck Campbell, Sir James (I4308)
 
161 6 children Family (F1851)
 
162 6 children Family (F2261)
 
163 6 children Family (F1959)
 
164 6 children Family (F2729)
 
165 6 Children. Family (F1206)
 
166 6 known children. Family (F733)
 
167 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5196)
 
168 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I464)
 
169 7 children Family (F2211)
 
170 7 Children. Family (F1614)
 
171 7. WILLIAM3 BRONAUGH, signed the Westmoreland County protest against the Stamp Act in 1764, and died in Loudoun County, where his will, dated March 24, 1796 was recorded April 14, 1800. He married (I) March 10, 1760, Margaret Murdock, widow; (II) October 13, 176—, Mary Cooke, born July 10, 1737; died December 26, 1781, widow; (III) February 27, 1783, Rebecca Craine. Bronaugh, Captain William (I4312)
 
172 7.Simon Gillespie ( William 1 ) Died in Botetourt Co. VA . in 1830. Was married in Botetourt Co to Rebecca Harvey. Their children were:
44. Rebecca Gillespie, m. on 10 July 1798 to Alexander Wilson
45. Nancy Gillespie, m. on 5 Oct 1802 to Thomas Newall
46. Simon Gillespie Jr., m. on 15 Apr 1817 to Juliet Grinville Holloway
47. John Gillespie, m. in 1779 to Elizabeth Gillespie 
Family (F915)
 
173 76 years old when she died in May 1900. Dantes, Elizabeth (I1690)
 
174 8 Children Family (F1670)
 
175 8 children Family (F2356)
 
176 8 children Family (F506)
 
177 8 Children, 6 survived. Family (F1074)
 
178 8 children. Family (F2501)
 
179 8 Children. Family (F2820)
 
180 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2059)
 
181 9 Children
Rosalie Gras (d. 1816, married U.S. Army Captain Louis Valentin Foelekl 1808)
Pauline Gras (1796-1822, married James Neilson, Joseph Sharp, Jr., and Louis Sheppers)
Antonio Joseph Gras (1796-1816, married Miss Molaison)
Joseph Martin Gras (1799-1871, married Clemence Arthemise Broussard 1822)
John Louis Gras (1797-1843)
Marie Gras (b. 1800)
Maria Genevieve Gras (1802-1828, married Peter Dubayle)
Marie Leocadie Gras (1804-1892, married Charles Godfred Teetzman and William Joseph
Walters)
Alexandrine Olympia Gras (b. 1801, married Louis Sheppers in 1823, widower of her sister
Pauline) 
Family (F2674)
 
182 9 Children Family (F2225)
 
183 9 children Family (F2400)
 
184 9 children Family (F459)
 
185 9 Children. Family (F1371)
 
186 St. Louis No. 1 Burials de Macarty, Marie Marthe (I2801)
 
187 French wikipedia page Chazot, Emile Augustin (I1954)
 
188 Source: Chauvin genealogy. Family (F1611)
 
189 Source: Chauvin genealogy. Chauvin de Léry des Islets, Charlotte (I4997)
 
190 Source: genforum.genealogy.com message boards Cousin, Pauline (I1518)
 
191 The Genealogist Vol 6, No. 1, Spring 1985 Fazende, Antoine (I2812)
 
192 DAR Webpage Harvey, Sarah Smith (I98)
 
193 Acadians Who Found Refuge in Louisiana, February 1764-early 1800s Aucoin, Pierre (I5579)
 
194 Bellabre.com, a French website, lists her as Marie Victoire BOURG
(According to ship manifest it is Bourg, not BURKE)

Note that Bourg is actually pronounced (and sounds like) Burke. Burque is another variant. 
Bourg, Margaret Victoire (I1596)
 
195 Source: Louisiana State Museum Collections de Léry, Jeanne Marie Chauvin (I2865)
 
196 Source: Find-a-grave website Harvey, Colonel Lewis (I1118)
 
197 Source: www.rowleyresearch.org Family (F637)
 
198 Source Arnoult, Célestine Leontine (I5030)
 
199 Another source identifies this Madeleine Le Clerc du Tremblay as a nun at the convent of Haute-Bruyère.
Charles Leclerc, seigneur du Tremblay et gouverneur de la Bastille, avait épousé Françoise d'Allenas dont il eut six enfants:
1° Henri-Marie Leclerc, dont nous venons de parler et dont nous parlerons encore, maître des requêtes, auquel, le 16 octobre 1643, conjointement avec sa femme, il fit une donation entre vifs de la terre du Tremblay, à la réserve de l'usufruit la vie durant de chacun d'eux (5).
2° Claude-Philippe, chanoine de Notre-Dame de Paris.
3° Jean, lieutenant au régiment des gardes françaises.
4° Marie, femme de Louis d'Angennes, marquis de Maintenon, dont nous parlerons plus bas.
5° Angélique, religieuse au Calvaire du Marais.
Madeleine, religieuse au couvent de Haute-Bruyère.

However it appears to be in her later years.

Madeleine Le Clerc du Tremblay
° 01/1617 + 24/09/1697 (MouchyLe-Châtel, 60) religieuse
à Haute-Bruyère (Saint-Rémi-L'Honoré, 78)
ép. Antoine Bernard, Bailli
et Receveur de Mouchy-Le-Châtel
° ~1616 + 14/05/1689 (Mouchy)
Le Tremblay and Le Clerc 
Le Clerc du Tremblay, Madelaine (I1667)
 
200 Gallet at geneanet.org Gallet, Jacques (I7730)
 

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