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301 Andrew Reade of Faccombe, was born about 1550. Reade, Andrew (I8153)
 
302 ANDREW READE, the grandfather of 33, Colonel GEORGE READE, bought the Manor of Linkerholt in Hampshire, and he owned the Manor and Rectory of Faccombe. He married 31, —COOKE, of Kent, and had five sons and four daughters. His will, dated October 7, 1619, with a codicil dated November 15, 1621, was proved October 21, 1623. Reade, Andrew (I8153)
 
303 Andrew, 3, mentioned in the Calendar of the House of Lords as "Andrew Reade D. D. of Lurgershall Wilts." Reade, Andrew (I8148)
 
304 Angélique Rose Jaham Dupré Jaham de Vertpré, Angélique Rose (I1304)
 
305 Angélique Le Clerc du Tremblay
religieuse Bénédictine au Calvaire du Marais à Paris
Source 
Le Clerc du Tremblay, Angelique (I7715)
 
306 Ann (Threlkeld) Fox (1772-1828) was the only child of Colonel Elijah Threlkeld fo Stafford county and his wife Mary Bronough, widow of Joseph Waugh. Mary Bronough was the daughter of Captain David Bronough of King George county whose will was probated in 1774. Capt. Bronough was for many years a man of prominence and held the very desirable position of inspector of tobacco. Threlkeld, Ann (I8024)
 
307 Ann Smith, b. 2d Nov., 1697, about half past five in the evening, it being Saturday. There is no further entry in regard to this child. The father dying in April, 1698, and the mother in Nov., 1700, it is probably the child died young and unmarried, as, if living, she would have been adopted into the family of Shootre's Hill or Fleet's Bay. Smith, Ann (I8091)
 
308 Ann who married Martin Cockburn, a young Scotsman whom she met while he was traveling in this country. She would not leave Virginia so he remained and built a home near Gunston Hall called Springfield. The house is still standing [as of 1980]. He was described as a fine scholar and polished gentleman and they were said to be close friends as well as neighbors and relatives of the Mason Family at Gunston Hall. They had no children. Family (F2506)
 
309 Anna muutti 18.2.1884 Kauhavalle, jossa hänelle syntyi 3 lasta, joiden isä jäi tuntemattomaski. Vuonna 1903 Anna vei 2 nuorinta lastaan Kortesjärven Ylikylään, Matti Antinpoika Laakson taloon hoidettaviksa, vanhin poika jäi Kauhavalle. Anna matkusti 26.11.1903 Amerikkaan, Michiganiin, Kalevan siirtokuntaan ja avioitui siellä suomalaissyntyisen Granfors-nimisen miehen kansaa. Lapsia:

Google translation:
Anna moved on February 18, 1884 to Kauhava, where she was born to 3 children whose father was unknown. In 1903, Anna took the 2 youngest children to Kortesjärvi Ylikylä, Matti Antinpoika to Laakso's house, her oldest son left to Kauhava. Anna traveled to America, Michigan, Kaleva Settlement on November 26, 1903 and married a Finnish-born man named Granfors. children: 
Haudanmaa, Anna (I2435)
 
310 Anne DONIPHAN was born about 1722 probably in Stafford County, Virginia. Anne married George WHITE 4 Aug 1743 in Stafford County, Virginia. Doniphan, Mary (I4313)
 
311 Anne Josephe Lebert, née vers 1747 en Acadie de Charles & Anne Marie Robichaud est décédée avant le 28 septembre 1787. Sa soeur Marie Madeleine, née le 1er juin 1761 à à Plouer dans les Cotes d'Armor, est décédée avant le 7 novembre 1790.

Rough Translation:
Anne Josephe Lebert, born about 1747 in Acadie de Charles & Anne Marie Robichaud died before September 28, 1787. His/her sister Marie Madeleine, born on June 1, 1761 with in Plouer in the Dimensions of Armor, died before November 7, 1790. 
Lebert, Marie Madeleine (I2935)
 
312 Anne, eldest daughter of Hon. William Fairfax, and sister of Rev. Bryan, 8th Lord Fairfax, of Belvoir, and of Hannah, wife of his first cousin, Warner, son of 41, John Washington. Fairfax, Anne (I8199)
 
313 Annulation de l'acte de mariage DUPUY de LÔME ? DESTREHAN

554

En vertu d'un jugement par le Tribunal civil de la Seine, le sept juillet mil huit cent quatre-vingt-six et transcrit sur les registres de la mairie du huitième arrondissement de Paris, le vingt huit octobre mil huit cent quatre-vingt six, le mariage ci-contre a été dissous par divorce.
Signé : Le Maire.
Enregistré à Paris, 8ème bureau, le dix décembre 1886.
Reçu cent quatre-vingt sept francs et 80 centimes. Signé Lefort.
L'an mil huit cent quatre-vingt un le vingt cinq juin à trois heures du soir. Acte de mariage de Cyprien Georges Henry Laurent DUPUY de LôME, né à Toulon (Var) le sept décembre mil huit cent cinquante, secrétaire d'ambassade, domicilié à Paris rue Saint-Honoré, 374, avec ses père et mère, fils majeur de Stanislas Charles Henry Laurent DUPUY de LôME, âgé de soixante quatre ans, sénateur, membre de l'Institut, grand officier de la Légion d'Honneur, et de Claire Laurence Dorothée AUBERT, son épouse, âgée de cinquante neuf ans, sans profession, présents et consentant, d'une part. Et de Marie Delphine Louise DESTREHAN, née à Paris le vingt quatre août mil huit cent soixante deux, sans profession, domiciliée à Paris, rue des Mathurins, 4, fille mineure de Nicolas Azby DESTRÉHAN et de Marie Léontine Rosa FERRIER, son épouse, tous deux décédés; la future épouse autorisée par délibération en date du onze juin courant, de son conseil de famille, (...) sous la présidence du juge de paix du huitième arrondissement de Paris, d'autre part. Dressé par nous, Paul Ernest BEURDELAY, officier d'académie, adjoint du Maire, officier de l'Etat Civil du huitième arrondissement de Paris, qui avons procédé publiquement en la mairie, à la célébration du mariage, dans la forme suivante : après avoir donné lecture aux parties (1°) de leurs actes de naissance; 2° des actes de décès des père et mère de la future épouse; 3° de la délibération sus énoncée; des actes des publications faites en cette mairie et en celle du premier arrondissement de Paris, les dimanches douze et dix-neuf juin courant, sans opposition, toutes les pièces sus mentionnées dûment paraphées, 5° du chapitre (...); 6° des droits et devoirs respectifs des époux. Après avoir interpellé les futurs époux et les père et mère du futur époux, lequel nous ont déclaré qu'il a été fait un contrat de mariage le vingt deux juin courant devant Me PEUIL, notaire à Paris, qui en a délivré un certificat à nous (...). Nous avons demandé aux futurs époux s'ils veulent se prendre pour mari et pour femme, et chacun d'eux ayant répondu affirmativement et séparément à haute voix, nous avons prononcé au nom de la loi que Cyprien Georges Henry Laurent DUPUY de LôME et Marie Delphine Louise DESTRÉHAN sont unis par le mariage. En présence de : Louis Henri Armand BEHIC, propriétaire, ancien ministre, grand-croix de la Légion d'Honneur, âgé de soixante-douze ans, 12 rue de ???, Vincent Paul Marie Casimir AUDREN de KERDREL, sénateur, âgé de soixante cinq ans, rue de Grenelle, 18; Eusèbe Albin de GRILLEAU, avocat à Laon (Aisne), âgé de trente huit ans, cousin de l'épouse; et Thomas Louis Marie Eugène de REZIèRE, sénateur, membre de l'Institut, officier de la Légion d'Honneur, âgé de soixante et un ans, rue Lincoln, 8, témoins qui ont signé avec les époux, les père et mère de l'époux et nous après les (...).
Suivent les signatures :
G. DUPUY de LôME Louise DESTRÉHAN
H. DUPUY de LôME Claire AUBERT
Armand BEHIE V. AUDREN de KERDREL
A. de GRILLEAU Eug. de REZIèRE
P. BEURDELAY 
Family (F1454)
 
314 Another note says died in infancy Harvey, Betsy (I1117)
 
315 Another prominent family was that of Francois Cesar Bernoudy, long garde magasin and royal attorney (procureur) at Mobile. His wife was Louise Marguerite Belzagui. He was dead by 1757, when she signs as Veuve Bernoudy, but they seem to have had a large family. A daughter called for her was wife of Captain J. B. Aubert, Francois is named as cadet Suisse, and at the same time Mile. Marguerite and Mile. Franchise Bernoudy also appear in the church records. Family (F1024)
 
316 Another source lists her death on Nov. 1796 Cloyd, Elizabeth (I2919)
 
317 Antoine d'Arènce d'Arène, Antoine (I5353)
 
318 Antoine Jacques Fazende
or
Jacques Antoine Fazende 
Fazende, Jacques (I1558)
 
319 Antoine James, known as "Mandeville" Marigny de Marigny, Antoine Jacques (I2697)
 
320 Antoine, a minor in 1748, d. Natchitoches 11 Dec. 1768.
Like his brother Jacques, Antoine served as an officer of the Marines until 1762 and subsequently (1766-68) as an officer in the reserve (half-pay) forces. Although he never married, Antoine fathered one child at Natchitoches, Theodore Antoine, by a slave named Marguerite dite Yancdon belonginq to Mme. Marie des Heiges de St. Denis de Soto. Shortly before his death, Antoine purchased his son from the infantls owner with the intention of freeing him but died without doing so. The child was inherited by Antoine's sister Pelagie (Mme. de Mezieres), who left him with his mother at the de Soto residence. After the removal of the de Sotos to Opelousas and the concurrent deaths of M. and Mme. de Mezieres, Fazende heirs filed suit against the de Sotos to reclaim the boy, now aged 14. In the last relevant document of record, a determined Mme. de Soto was still refusing to relinquish him -- even in the face of an edict from the governor -- claiming that justice demanded the young mants manumission. The outcome of the case cannot be documented from extant records, but no trace of Theodore Antoine as a free adult has been found. 
Fazende, Pélagie (I1560)
 
321 Antoinette de Sinson Sinson de Sainville, Marie Antoinette (I3005)
 
322 Antoinette's Godfather was Felix Martin Navarro, Treasurer to Governor Ulloa. de St. Maxent, Marie Antoinette Joseph (I2807)
 
323 Arms: Azure guttee d'or, a cross-crosslet fitchee of the last.
Crest: A shoveller close sable. 
Reade, Andrew (I8153)
 
324 Arms: Vert, a cross engrailed or. Warner, Colonel Augustine (I8162)
 
325 Arrived in Acadia, Canada, before 1702 Molaison, Gabriel (I4177)
 
326 as Felix Claude Francois de Luppé lay dying of the flu in New Orleans, his only son Charles was at his side. He whispered to him "Tourne mai fils" (turn me son) and when Pere-pere did so his father breathed his last, tears would come to her eyes when she told me this as she had adored her grandfather who brought so much that was wonderful in her life as he moved admonish her "N?oubhiz jaimais que tu bien de la nobility." Tu est bell tiff. de Luppé, Félix Claude François (I4117)
 
327 As noted in Supreme Court of Louisiana. April 26, 1909.
Southern Reporter, Volume 49, page 549.

On January 12, 1906, Mrs. Eliza De Luppe by notarial act, in the form of a sale, conveyed the property to Marie De Luppe, her granddaughter, a feme sole, of lawful age, for the purported price of $1,300, and as a part of the consideration the purchaser assumed the payment of a mortgage for $150 In favor of the American Homestead Company and of the city taxes for the years 1904 and 1905, and state taxes for the year 1905. The answers of Miss Marie De Luppe show that the transfer was a donation, subject to the charge of paying the mortgage debt and the taxes specified in the act, and that she has paid the taxes and the installments of the mortgage debt as they became due. The answers further show that Miss Marie De Luppe was not a person interposed, but accepted the donation and holds the property for her own use and benefit. The answers of Charles De Luppe show that he knew nothing of the donation until after the death of his mother on January 20, 1906, and had no Interest in the property.  
Ibery, Eliza (I5443)
 
328 As per tombstone. Durand de St. Romes, Elizabeth Marie (I1152)
 
329 As shown by an Act (Henning, Vol. 8, p. 630) of the Assembly passed many years later, they left only one son and one daughter. The daughter was Sarah Warner, wife of Lawrence Townley and ancestress of Robert E. Lee. The only son of Co.. Augustine and Mary Warner was Col. Augustine Warner, Junior, born June 3, 1642 and later known as "Speaker" Warner.[Note: this contradicts the source from Genealogies of the Lewis and Kindred FamiliesFamily (F2831)
 
330 Assumption that this infant child was of Antoine Joseph Delattre and Marguerite Le Jeune. No other Delattres were listed in New Orleans at the time. Delatte, infant (I7758)
 
331 At least 4 children Family (F1744)
 
332 At least 8 children. Family (F2502)
 
333 At least nine children Family (F2096)
 
334 At least one daughter. Family (F1933)
 
335 At least one daughter. Family (F1935)
 
336 At least six children, all born and baptized in Gros Morne. Family (F461)
 
337 At least three children, 2 boys and one girl. Family (F2104)
 
338 At least three children. Family (F2384)
 
339 At least three sons. Family (F1965)
 
340 At least two children. Family (F2132)
 
341 At one time, family owned Ormond Plantation McCutchon, Samuel B. (I1904)
 
342 At the age of 16, Travelled with his brother Andrew to settle in America at Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland. Harvey, William Henry (I1174)
 
343 Attorney-General of the King Martin de Lino, François (I2844)
 
344 Augustine Smith owned "Shooters Hill," in Middlesex Co. Smith, Augustine Warner (I8089)
 
345 Augustine Warner married a lady whose maiden name is unfortunately unknown, though her Christian name of Mary is given on her tombstone at Warner Hall along with the dates of her birth and death.
No definite proof of her origin or parentage has come to light, but it is thought that her name may have been Mary Markas. 
Warner, Mary (I8163)
 
346 Augustine Warner, Sr., and his wife, Mary, had only three children so far as is known, though Mrs. Stubbs tells us of a fourth, a daughter who married Major Cant. I have found no record or even reference to this marriage from any other source. Augustine Warner, Jr., who married Mildred Reade, Isabella, who married the first John Lewis, and Sarah, who married Lawrence Townley and was the ancestress of General Robert E. Lee, are all for whom the records vouch. Family (F2831)
 
347 Augustine Warner, Sr., is referred to in the "William and Mary Quarterly" as "Colonel," and by Mr. Green and others as "Captain" Augustine Warner. It is more than probable that he was a captain in the British Army and colonel in the Colonial service. The Quarterly says that he came to Virginia as early as 1628, but I find no record of his presence there previous to 1642, and none between that time and 1652. Warner, Colonel Augustine (I8162)
 
348 Augustine Warner, Sr., served as a Captain in the Virginia militia until 1657 or 1658, and thereafter held the rank of Colonel. Warner, Colonel Augustine (I8162)
 
349 Augustine was born in 1667 and died soon after his twentieth birthday, being buried at Warner Hall near the grave of his father. Warner, Augustine III (I8096)
 
350 Augustine, born 1720, married Anne, daughter and co-heiress of William Aylett of Westmoreland County, by whom he had many children, all of whom died young, except Elizabeth, who married Alexander Spotswood of Spotsylvania County, grandson of Governor Spotswood, by whom she had Anne, m. Burdet Ashton of Westmoreland, and William, m. his cousin Jane, daughter of John Augustine Washington. Family (F2852)
 
351 Aujourd'hui huit ventôse an dix de la république française une et indivisible (27 février 1802) à cinq heures après midi, en la maison commune Nous Louis Jean LUSSON officier public chargé de constater l'état civil des citoyens de la paroisse du Port républicain département de l'ouest de Saint Domingue, sur la déclaration à nous faite par les citoyens Pierre Philippe ANDRé, âgé de trente un ans environ, marchand en cette ville, neveu par alliance du décédé ci-après nommé et François Etienne FOURMY, âgé d'environ cinquante six ans, domicilié en cette ville et cousin germain du décédé ci-après mentionné, du décès du citoyen Victorien Jean FOURMY âgé d'environ soixante onze ans, sous commissaire de marine et ex propriétaire dans la paroisse de Léogane, natif de Nantes département de la Loire inférieure fils légitime de (illisible) FOURMY notaire au dit lieu et ses père et mère décédé ce jour vers les trois heures après midi dans la maison qu'il occupait située en cette ville rue républicaine, nous sommes transportés dans la dite maison et nous sommes assurés du dit décès et de retour dans la maison commune avons dressé le présent acte que nous avons signé avec les déclarants. Signé : FOIR C. FOURMY. ANDRé. LUSSON officier public.

Source: Noël Haentjens
 
Fourmy, Jean Victorien (I5210)
 
352 Aunt Zelia said Henry and Adele were cousins but I don't know the connection. Family (F23)
 
353 Auswandererdatei des Stadtarchivs Koblenz (Stand: 2. März 2010)

Groebel, Heinrich, * 31.7.1821 Moselweiß,(1) + 15.6.1888 New Orleans, Louisiana, Arbeiter.

Ausgewandert 1848 von Güls in die USA. Wird in einer Erbteilungsangelegenheit 1877, in der
auch Johann Noll (s. dort) genannt wird, als wohnhaft in New Orleans bezeichnet.(2) Starb dort
1888 und stiftete für die Pfarrkirche St. Laurentius Moselweiß Rorate-Segensämter, die zwischen
1894 und 1897 belegt sind.(3) Verheiratet am 14.1.1862 in der St John The Evangelist Church,
Plaquemine, Iberville, Louisiana, mit Victoria Catharina Gasser, * 21.6.1842 Hambrecht, Elsass,
Frankreich, + 17.1.1897 New Orleans.(4)www.familiysearch.org.
Eltern: Johann Groebel, Ackerer in Moselweiß, und Susanne Mayer.
Quellen: 1) ZKG 1821/401); 2) CZ Nr. 63, 4.3.1877, S. 2: Immobilien-Versteigerung zu Güls; 3)
Verkündigungsbuch der Pfarrei St. Laurentius Moselweiß 1.4.1894 bis 13.3.1904, deponiert im
Pfarrarchiv Moselweiß; 4) www.familiysearch.org.

Rough translation (via dictionary.com):

Emigrant file of the Koblenz City Archive (as of 2 March 2010)

Groebel, Henry, * 31.7.1821 Moselweiß, (1) + 15.6.1888 New Orleans, Louisiana, workers.

Emigrated in 1848 by Gul in the U.S.
Quoted in a Erbteilungsangelegenheit 1877, and John Noll of (qv) is a resident of New Orleans bezeichnet.(2)
Died there in 1888 and donated to the parish church of St. Lawrence Moselweiß Rorate blessing offices, which occupied from 1894 to 1897 sind.(3)
Married 14 Jan 1862 in St John The Evangelist Church, Plaquemine, Iberville, Louisiana, with Victoria Catharina Gasser, * 21.6.1842 Hambrecht, Alsace, France, + 17.1.1897 New Orleans.(4)www.familiysearch.org.

Parents: Johann Groebel, in Moselweiß farmer, and Susan Mayer.

Sources: 1) ZKG 1821/401)
2) CZ No 63, 4.3.1877, p. 2: Real estate auction Gul
3) book of the Annunciation parish of St. Lawrence Moselweiß 1.4.1894 until 13.3.1904, deposited in the parish archives Moselweiß;
4)www.familiysearch.org.

source: http://www.koblenz.de/bilder/stadtarchiv_auswanderung_aus_koblenz.pdf 
Groebel, Heinrich (I4730)
 
354 Author of the Virginia Bill of Rights. Mason, Colonel George III (I7869)
 
355 Avant - May Kammer 'May Kay' Reed Avant, A Homemaker, Died Sunday Of Cancer In Mobile, Ala. She Was 65. Mrs. Avant Was Born In New Orleans And Lived In The City Many Years Before Moving To Mobile. She Was A Graduate Of Newcomb College And Member Of Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority. She Was A Member Of
Dauphin Way United Methodist Church. Survivors Include Her Mother, May Monlezun; Three Sons, W. Harold Jr. And Glen Avant Of Mobile, And Thomas Reed Avant Of Mountain Brook, Ala.; Two Brothers, John Monlezun And H. William Reed Of New Orleans; A Sister, Barbara Reed Esquerre Of New Orleans; And Four Grandchildren. A Funeral Will Be Held Today At 12:30 P.M. At Dauphin Way United Methodist Church In Mobile. Burial Will Be In Pine Crest Cemetery In Mobile. 06-14-1994 Times Picayune 
Reed, May Kammer (I570)
 
356 AVESSENS (d'). Durand D'Avessens, Seigneur de Saint-Rome, & Co-Seigneur de Montesquieu, vivoit l'an 1554. Marc-Antoine D'Avessens, son fils, Seigneur de Saint Rome, fut choisi, le 1er Septembre 1614, pour assister, au nom de la Noblesse de Lauraguais, aux Etats-Généraux du Royaume ; &, le 12 Mai 1615, il obtint du Roi Louis XIII, qui le qualifie Baron de Saint-Rome, & Gentilhomme ordinaire de sa Chambre, une Commission de Capitaine d'une Compagnie de 30 Lanciers, du titre de 50 hommes d'armes des Ordonnances, en considération des services qu'il avoit rendus, pendant 25 ans, en qualité d'Enseigne de la Compagnie des Gardes du Duc de Montmorency. Ce dernier étoit ayeul de Jean-Jacques D'Avessens, Seigneur de Saint-Rome, marié avec Marie de Rozel, dont il a eu:

Joseph D'Avessens, Seigneur de Saint-Rome, né le 9 Décembre 1687, reçu Page du Roi dans sa Grande-Ecurie, le 11 Avril 1705, sur les preuves de sa noblesse.

Les armes: d'argent, à une bande d'azur bordée d'or, potencée & contrepotencée de même de cinq pièces, & accompagnée en chef d'une rose de gueules, & en pointe d'une aigle de sable posée en barre, le vol abaissé.

Source: Google Books, page 122. 
Durand, Thomas Siegneur de St. Romes (I2668)
 
357 AVESSENS de MONTCAL (d'). Armes : d'argent à une bande de gueules potencée et contrepotencée d'or de cinq pièces, accompagnée en chef d'une rose de gueules et en pointe d'une aigle de sable au vol abaissé.
La famille d'Avessens, éteinteen 1892, appartenait à la noblesse du Languedoc. On en trouvera un tableau généalogique dans les Dossiers bleus, au Cabinet des Titres. On ne sait rien de positif sur elle antérieurement à noble Durand d'Avessens qui épousa Riquette de Marion par contrat du 5 mai 1550. C'est à ce personnage que le jugement de maintenue de noblesse de 1669 et les preuves de noblesse faites par Joseph d'Avessens pour être admis parmi les pages du roi en 1705 font remonter la filiation suivie. Il était en 1554 Sgr de Saint Romme, au diocèse de Toulouse, et en 1665 cosgr de Montesquieu; il était en 1569 homme d'armes dans la compagnie du prince de Génevois et fit son testament d'abord le 24 novembre 1568, puis le 3 septembre 1599. Trois de ses fils, Jacques d'Avessens, Sgr de Montesquieu, archer de la compagnie du prince de Génevois en 1569, marié le 24 octobre 1581 à Anne Diorban, Germain d'Avessens, marié en 1599 à Léa de Soubiraud, et Marc-Antoine d'Avessens, baron de Saint-Romme, capitaine d'une compagnie de 50 hommes d'armes par provisions du 12 mai 1615, gentilhomme ordinaire !de la chambre du Roi, député de la noblesse du Lauragais aux Etats généraux de 1614, marié en avril 1596 à Anne d'AIary, furent les auteurs de trois grandes branches. Les chefs de ces trois branches, Germain d'Avessens, Pierre d'Avessens, Sgr deMontcal, et Jean-Jacques d'Avessens, Sgr de Saint-Romme, furent maintenus dans leur noblesse le "1 janvier 1669 par jugement de M. de Bezons, intendant du Languedoc. Joseph d'Avessens de Saint-Romme, né au diocèse de Lavaur en 1687, petit-fils de Jean-Jacques, fut admis en 1705 parmi les pages du roi Louis XIV. Jean-Joseph et François d'Avessens de Montcal furent admis dans l'ordre de Malte, le premier en 1768, le second en 1780. Louis-Gabriel d'Avessens de Saint-Romme, né à Toulouse en 1769, fit en 1783 ses preuves de noblesse pour être admis à l'Ecole militaire.

Pierre d'Avessens de Montcal, chevalier, Sgr de la Gardiole et de Saint-Avit, prit part en 1789 aux assemblées de la noblesse tenues à Castelnaudary ; M. d'Avessens de Montcal, Sgr de Montesquieu, prit part à celles tenues à Toulouse.

La branche des Sgrs de Montcal, issue de Germain d'Avessens marié en 1599 à Léa de Soubiraud, la seule qui se soit perpétuée jusqu'à nos jours, s'est éteinte dans les mâles en 1892. Son chef était connu au xixe siècle sous le titre de marquis.

Principales alliances : de Lordat 1747, Riquet de Bonrepos 1768, de Murat, de la Poeze, de Maupeou, etc.

Source: Google Books pages 131-132. 
Durand, Thomas Siegneur de St. Romes (I2668)
 
358 avocat en parlement après des études de droit effectuées à Toulouse, conseiller au Conseil Souverain de la Martinique dès novembre 1783, procureur général par intérim, commissaire du gouvernement en 1802 près la Cour d'Appel (anciennement Conseil Souverain transformé à cette date en Cour d'Appel par Bonaparte), démissionna en 1806, rentra en France, puis revint à la Martinique en 1818 mais ne réintégra pas son poste au tribunal. Alexis Jean François vécut sur sa propriété du Carbet « le Fond Pothuau », habitation qui rassemblait à l'origine plusieurs petites propriétés voisines et sur laquelle il n'avait payé, dix-sept ans plus tard, que 300.000F sur la valeur totale - restait encore à payer 404.148F - ce qui entraîna une liquidation de créances envers les héritiers DARISTE et la vente à ces derniers, le lendemain, sous forme d?arrangement, de ladite habitation pour 380.000F (Cf. Me Louis Henri Charles Anatole ARNOUX, notaire à Saint-Pierre, actes des 25.9.1835 et 26.9.1835). Il mourut en France après le mariage de son fils Pierre Alexis Victoire. Pothuau, Alexis Jean François (I5381)
 
359 Aymeric de LUPÉ, dit Mérigon, seigneur de Gensac, de Lupé, Meric Seigneur de Gensac (I5404)
 
360 Aymeric, Americ, Meric, ou Merigon de Lupé de Lupé, Meric Seigneur de Gensac (I5404)
 
361 Azby M. 'Slim' Harvey, A Retired Worker At The Desert Inn Casino In Las Vegas, Died Sept. 1 Of Leukemia At Desert Springs Hospital. He Was 75. Mr. Harvey Was Born In Harvey And Lived In Las Vegas For More Than 30 Years. He Was A Navy Veteran Of World War II. Survivors Include His Wife, Inge B. Harvey; A Daughter, Jan Harvey Soto Of Gretna; A Sister, Verona Harvey Leblanc Of Harvey; And A Grandson. No Services Were Held. 09-11-1997 Times Picayune Harvey, Azby Merlin (I607)
 
362 Azelie Allain Allain, Marie Zenon (I2324)
 
363 b. 1740, Limodre, La Coruna, Galacia, Spain Visoso, Pierre Antoine (I1939)
 
364 b. circa 1742, Arès, Gironde, Aquitaine, France Miguez y Canido, Isabel (I3037)
 
365 Bachelor, No Issue Fazende, Jules Antoine (I1526)
 
366 Bachelor; no issue. Foucher, Joseph Antoine (I5229)
 
367 Baldwin, b. 1670; d. 1737.
In 1682 William Cole, Esq., and Capt. John Mathews were trustees of Baldwin Mathews, "orphan of Capt. Francis Mathews." Samuel Mathews, of King and Queen, in his will, proved in Richmond County in 1718, refers to Baldwin Mathews and Dudley Digges as kinsmen. He was sworn Justice for York County in 1694 and remained such for many years.
He had two daughters. One became the wife of Samuel Timson, and had a daughter, Mary Timson, who received a moiety of her grandfather's estate, and married Thomas Buckner, of Gloucester.
The other daughter, Mary Mathews, on February 9, 1711, married Philip Smith, of "Fleet's Bay," Northumberland County, and had Baldwin Mathews Smith, who married Fannie Burgess. 
Mathews, Baldwin (I8124)
 
368 Banished to Louisiana by royal order, November 28,1733, at the request of his mother ,who preferred to keep his inheritance for herself. Edict was reversed Louis XV, October 29, 1742, but questionable whether the exile was apprised of revocation. Mauguet de Mézières, Athanase Christophe Fortunat (I1561)
 
369 Baptême : 31 janvier 1776 à Orléans,45,Loiret, France,Saint Pierre Ensentelée Michel de Grilleau, Albin Eusèbe (I3606)
 
370 baptisée à Sainte-Marie le 7.4.1784, âgée de 12 jours Desfriches, Solitude Félicité (I6924)
 
371 baptisée à Sainte-Marie le 7.4.1784, âgée de 12 jours Desfriches, Solitude Félicité (I6924)
 
372 Baptismal record does not have a legible birth month. I'm assuming he was born 1 month prior to his baptism in October; he could have been born in any month from January to September. His siblings appear to have been baptized one to three months after birth. de Macarty, Jean Baptiste Barthélemy (I2878)
 
373 Baptized a Roman Catholic by the cure of St. Michel at Saint-Breuc, France. His godfather was Noble homme Gilles Pierre Delpech, sieur de Mesquen. His godmother was Dame Louise Marie Ruffeter, Dame Du Beauchene De La Riviere.
 
Bernard du Montier, Felix Gilles Louis (I1595)
 
374 Barbara Engelhardt Heintz Was Surrounded By Loved Ones As She Succomed To Ovarian Cancer And The Angels Raised Her Soul To Heaven On March 17, 2004. She Was 66 Years Old. Beloved Wife Of Commander Harvey Louis Heintz. Mother Of David Christopher Heintz Of Covington And Heidi Heintz Edmonston Of Mandeville. Mother-In-Law Of Miriam Nettles Heintz And Brian E. Edmonston. Loving Grandmother Of Jacob And Evan Heintz And Tyler And Abbey Edmonston. Sister-In-Law Of Winnie Heintz Jordan And The Late Courtney Jordan, Kinta Heintz Castello And James Castello, Louis Smith And The Late Rita Heintz Smith, And Lucie Frederick Heintz And The Late L.T. Heintz, Jr. Preceeded In Death By Her Parents Lester Emile And Juanita Nieman Engelhardt. A Graduate Of Southeastern Louisiana. She Enjoyed Sewing, Entertaining, Cooking, Dancing, Traveling And Spending Time With Her Grandchildren. Relatives And Friends Are Invited To A Memorial Mass On Saturday, March 20, 2004, 11:00am At St. John's Catholic Church, 11345 St. John Church Rd. (West Of Folsom, La. Off Of Hwy 40). In Lieu Of Flowers Barbara Has Requested Donations To: Ovarian Cancer National Alliance. 910 17th St, Nw, Suite 413. Washington, Dc
20006 Or Hospice Of St. Tammany, 1202 S. Tyler. Covington, La 70433. Times Picayune 03-18-2004 
Englandhard, Barbara Mae (I635)
 
375 Barbara Fettet Picolo is buried in a tomb at the NE corner of the St. Vinncent de Paul Cemetery No. 1 in New Orleans, La. at the corner of N. Villere and Piety Streets. Rigamer, Barbara (I1688)
 
376 baron de Beauville, marquis de La Ferté-Beauharnais de Beauharnais, François (I1428)
 
377 baron de La Pagerie Tascher de La Pagerie, Robert-Marguerite (I1420)
 
378 Based on burial information. de Macarty, Edmundo (I7249)
 
379 Based on time and place, he had 3 sons: Family (F1745)
 
380 Baton Rouge businessman Eric Reimsnyder died at his home on Friday, Feb. 5, 2010. He was 50. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Aloysius Catholic Church in Baton Rouge on Tuesday, Feb. 9, at 1 p.m., with visitation beginning at 11 a.m. Ric and his wife, Michelle, have resided in Baton Rouge for 32 years where they have raised their family. An entrepreneur and businessman, he founded Noah's Pets and Supplies and built the enterprise to a local and national company for pets and products. He was born Oct. 28, 1959, in Crestline, Ohio. He was preceded in death by his father, Robert Reimsnyder. He is survived by his wife of 25 years, Michelle; children, Eric and Emily; mother, Karen; brother and sister-in-law, Robert and Christy Reimsnyder, of Van Cleave, Miss.; sister and brother-in-law, Kim and Pat Leahy, of Mansfield, Ohio; sister-in-law, Lizette and her husband, Brett Terral; mother-in-law, Roma Gibson-King and her husband, Charlie; father-in-law, John Monlezun and his wife, Kit; and many nieces and nephews. Pallbearers will be Joe Cancienne, Kerry Drake, Buck Gladden, Bob Kirchoff, George Murrell, Matt Parsons, Scott Westbrook and Malcolm Young. He graduated from LSU in 1983 with a degree in marketing. For all who knew him, Ric will be remembered for his love of life, LSU sports, genuine interest in the young people around him and his passion for ongoing building projects. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Aloysius Catholic Church Youth Group, 2025 Stuart Ave. Baton Rouge, LA 70808, www.aloysius.org. Arrangements by Rabenhorst Funeral Home, (225) 383-6831.
Published in TheAdvocate.com from Feb. 7 to Feb. 9, 2010
- See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/theadvocate/obituary.aspx?n=eric-scott-reimsnyder-ric&pid=139440514#sthash.6Nkhe2pY.dpuf 
Reimsnyder, Eric Scott (I569)
 
381 Baton Rouge Sacramental Records shows Louise, age 6 mos., buried on 20 July 1826. It doesn't specify parents but it does say "Jacques" so she may be another daughter. Family (F520)
 
382 Be it remembered that on this day, to wit: the twenty third of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty three and the sixty eighth of Independence of the United States of America, before me, Alfred E. Forstall duly commissioned and sworn Recorder of Births and Deaths in and for the City and Parish of Orleans, personally appeared Mr. Peter Deverges, Jr., a native of this Parish of Orleans, thirty eight years of age a Black and residing on Rampart Street, between St. Ann & du Maine streets in the first municipality of this city of New Orleans, who by these presents doth declare that Mr. Joseph Charles de St. Romes a native of St. Dominique, about fifty two years of age and formerly the editor of Louisiana Courier in this city of New Orleans departed this life on Monday last the twenty first of this present month of August at two o'clock pm at his residence No. 80 on Chartres Street, between Conti and Bienville Streets in the first municipality of this city. The said late Mr. Joseph Charles de St. Romes was lawfully married to Miss Vion, his surviving widow, residing in this city. Durand de St. Romes, Joseph Charles (I2671)
 
383 Became chanoiness (canoness) de Macarty, Françoise (I2873)
 
384 Became Chevalier de Saint Louis.
Returned to France, entered the first company of the King's Musketeers, April 17, 1766. Longing for his native land, he returned and married in New Orleans, Jeanne Chauvin de Léry. 
de Macarty, Augustine Guillamme (I2799)
 
385 Became a chanoiness (canoness) de Macarty, Elénore (I2872)
 
386 Became a Jesuit Priest Bernard, Joseph Louis Edgard S.J. (I1573)
 
387 Became a Nun Bernard du Montier, Anne Marie Poherde (I1614)
 
388 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I238)
 
389 Became a Sacred Heart nun. Bernard, Philomène Louise Amélie RSCJ (I1572)
 
390 Became a Sacred Heart nun. Bernard, Marie Noémi Antoinette RSCJ (I1574)
 
391 Became Mother M. John Berchmans
Order of Mother Cabrini 
Stewart, Zelia Edith (I101)
 
392 Benito Pardo de Figeroa Pardo de Figueroa, Benito (I4144)
 
393 Benjamin Borden 8th of 10 children. Family (F1367)
 
394 Benjamin Borden himself was well known all over the Dominion, not so much for his land, but for the big ears. 'Big eared Borden' he was called.
Papa telling this said he called them 'Harvey Ears' because so many of the Harveys inherited them, a merry twinkle showing in his sharp eyes when he brushed his ears back and forth with both his hands. 
Borden, Benjamin Jr. (I1122)
 
395 Benjamin Borden the elder had three sons, John, Joseph, and Benjamin Borden Jr., married as above, and six daughters. One daughter, name not known married Mr. Peck. The second, Mr. Branston. The third, Mr. Henry. The names of the other daughters are not known to the writer. Family (F666)
 
396 Benjamin Borden, Jr., resided after his marriage at Fairfield, north of Lexington, Virginia. He was a justice, and captain of Augusta County militia. Borden, Benjamin Jr. (I1122)
 
397 Benjamin Cottrell, living in Faversham, Kent County, England, married Marguerite Lucas, both deceased in England, as stated in the death certificate for their son Joseph. The name Cottrell is not said to be widely used in Kent County. Indeed, the voters lists of the members of parliament for this county in 1734 (81 voters) as well as similar lists for 1790 (131 voters) and 1802 (170 voters), all lists which included at that time all the owners no mention of Cottrell. On the other hand the name Lucas appears in all these lists: 1734 (John Lucas), 1790 (Andrew Lucas and Richard Lucas), and 1802 (Richard Lucas) (Ref. Notes of Mr. Ian de Minvielle-Devaux).
 Cottrell was perhaps the form of the name taken by the present family in Martinique. From the table of licenses or marriage permits issued by the vicar general of the Archbishop of Canterbury, it emerges the existence of a permit issued in 1773 to a Cottriell / Lucas couple. A photocopy obtained of the library of the archdiocese, in Lambeth - document transmitted by Mr. Ian de Minvielle Devaux - informs us that on October 9, 1773 "Benjamin Cotteriell" requested a license for
marry "Margaret Lucas", and that on that date the future spouses declare respectively:
a) that he is single and over the age of 21 (therefore an adult),
b) that he has lived in the parish of Saint Gregory of London for at least four weeks (signed Cottriell),
c) that she is also unmarried and over the age of 21,
d) that she has lived for at least four weeks in the parish of Saint Nicolas in Deptford in Kent county.
 The parish of Saint-Grégoire was in the city of London, near Saint Paul's cathedral. St. Nicholas was one of the two parishes of Deptford; this city was a port on the Thames just below London. Deptford was situated about fifteen leagues from Faversham; while part of Kent County in the 18th century, it is now a district of Greater London. 
Cottrell, Benjamin (I1537)
 
398 Bernard DE LUPÉ, écuyer, second fils de Carbonnel, 1er du nom, seigneur de Lupé, damoiseau, servit avec ses frères, Carbonnel II, seigneur de Lupé, Mengon et Manaud de Lupé, en qualité d'homme d'armes de la compagnie de Thibaut de Barbazan, la quelle fut passée en revue à Condom, pour servir contre les Anglais, le 28 septembre 1352. Il eut deux fils de Lupé, Bernard (I5414)
 
399 Bernard-Bonnet tomb. Bernard du Montier, Victor Guillaume (I4481)
 
400 BERNARD. By virtue of an order from the Court of Probates, Parish of West Baton Rouge, the following property belonging to the community of Felix Bernard, father, and the heirs of the late Victorie Bourg, his wife, will be exposed to public sale on Mon., Apr 15, 1833, at 10 a.m. on the premises; to wit-
A Sugar Plantation situated in aforesaid parish, measuring 4 arpents front on the Mississippi River, by 40 in depth, on two parallel lines, bounded on one side by Widow Louis Bernard, and on the other by Onesiphort Bernard, together with all the appurtenances, such as a dwelling house, kitchen, pigeon house, sugar house, purgery, sugar mill, negro cabins, &c. On the plantation are about 50 arpents of sugar cane and about 15 arpents of rattoon of the first year.
Also, 13 slaves of different ages and sexes; cattle, horses, aratory utensils, &c.
 
Bernard du Montier, Felix Gilles Louis (I1595)
 

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