Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Cox 218 Stinson

218. Cary Stinson [NC]


1750 Cary born in NC.
1821 Cary died.

Children of Cary and ?:

i. Burwell Stinson, born ~ 1778 in NC.
6/13/1806 in Oglethorpe Co., GA Burwell married Martha Patsy Jones, born 1784 in GA.
(S) 1810 MS Terr. Census, Washington Co.
(S) 1811 MS Terr. Census, Washington Co.
(S) 1813 MS Terr. Census, Clarke Co.
(S) 1816 MS Terr., Clarke Co. resident tax list.
(S) 1830 Census, AL, Clarke Co. b: 1770-1780.
(S) 1834 Clarke Co., MS tax list.
(S) 1835 Clarke Co., MS tax list.
3/15/1837, bought 78.64 acres in Demopolis, AL land office.
10/28/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co. b: NC. Burwell’s land is valued at $500. A granddaughter lives with them.
8/10/1860, (S) 1860 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co., Meridian. Burwell and Martha live with their son John.
2/9/1863, Burwell died in Meridian, Lauderdale Co., MS.
Children:
Winney Stinson, born ~1807 in GA.
Elizabeth Stinson, born ~1809 in GA.
Sarah Stinson, born ~1815 in GA.
She married Silas Scarboro108iv.
John Stinson, born 11/7/1825 in AL. (S) 1860 Census.
Elisha Stinson, born 3/24/1828 in AL.

ii. Archibald Stinson, born 1784.
(S) 1820 Census, GA, Jones Co. b: Bef. 1776
(S) 1830 Census, AL, Wilcox Co. b: 1770-1780.
(S) 1840 Census, AL, Wilcox Co. b: 1770-1780.
(S) 1860 Census, AL, Butler Co. b:1784. n: “A”. Living with W Kirkpatrick. He is listed as being insane.
Children:
E Stinson, born 1829 in ?. (S) 1860 Census.
J Stinson, born 1834 in ?. (S) 1860 Census.

iii. Joseph Stinson, born 1780-1790.
(S) 1830 Census, AL, Tuscaloosa Co. b: 1780-1790.

iv. Martha Stinson ( 109), born ~1790.

v. Alexander Stinson, born 1790-1800.
(S) 1840 Census, AL, Chambers Co. b: 1790-1800.

Cox 216 Scarborough

216. Elias (Silas) Scarbrough Sr & 217. Julia Ann ? [NC, AL]


1746, Silas born.
1750-1760, Julia born.
~1777, participated in Revolutionary War. (S) 1840 Census.
11/10/1778, Silas brought before the Bute Co., NC, Court by the complaint of Elizabeth Davis. (S) See Family notes.
Silas married Julia.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, Kershaw Co. See CD Census Record 216-1800.
(S) 1810 AL Terr. Census, Clarke Co. 2 m>21, 1 f>21, 2 f<21.
(S) 1811 AL Terr. Census, Washington Co.
1812 War veteran, Silas: Private, 3 Reg. (Wimberley’s), Georgia Militia.
(S) 1816 AL Terr. Census, Clarke Co.
(S) 1820 AL Census, Wilcox Co.
See #54:(S) 1830 Census, AL, Clarke Co.
3/3/1837, Silas bought 40 acres in the Demopolis, AL land office.
5/15/1837, Silas bought 40 acres in the Demopolis, AL land office.
Bef. 1840, Julia died.
No. 54:(S) 1840 Census, AL, Clarke Co. Revolutionary war pensioner. Widow, no children. See CD Census Record 216-1840.
~1843 Silas died in Clarke Co., AL.
(S) 1911 List of Revolutionary Soldiers, P107, AL Archives & History.
(S) Owens History and Dictionary of AL Biographies, V4, P1509.

Family notes:
• “Silas Scarbrough being brought before the Court by a Warrant at the Complaint of Elizabeth Davis for a bastard begotten by him on her body, It is ordered by the Court that the said Silas Scarbrough do pay unto the said Elizabeth Davis twenty pounds for her Expenses during her lying in Midwifes fee; and nursing the Child to this day, and that he give bond for keeping the Child off the parish and to answer any further order therein to be made.” (S) Bute County, North Carolina Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1767-1779, 10 November 1778. Bute Co. was formed from Granville Co. in 1764 and abolished in 1779 when it was divided into Warren Co. and Franklin Co.
• W D Council in an interview in August, 1872, talking about Benjamin DeLoach – “emigrated to this county in a rolling hogshead in 1810, was an inmate of McGrew’s Fort with Darling Peevy, …, Scarboroughs, …, and a number of others, whose descendents are living in this county. “Uncle Ben” was a great scout and fighter, … was in the fight with the Indians … was in the “Edwards Field” fight on the road now leading from Linden to Coffeeville. At the Edwards Field fight turkey tails were suddenly elevated above the heads of the savages, as a signeal for firing and for the purpose of halting the whites. Uncle Ben, being wide awake, cried out “Indians!”, when a volley of rifles was fired at the noble little band of white men, consisting of Col John McGrew, Silas Scarborough, and … a few others. Col McGrew and a man named Griffin were killed on the ground. Bradbury was mortally wounded and died on the road to the fort … [Fort Easley].” McGrew’s Fort – (1813), near Salitpa, Clarke Co., AL, a settlers’ two-acre palisaded fort, built by William and John McGrew, brothers. Fort Easley – (1813), Clarke Co., AL, a three-acre settlers’ fort located on Wood’s Bluff on the Tombigbee River. Evacuated after the Fort Mims massacre. (S) Clarke Co., AL and Its Suroundings, by Rev. T.H. Ball, A.M., 1879, P531.

Children of Silas and Julia:

i. Rev John Scarbrough, born 1784 in NC.
(S) 1790 Census, NC, Wake Co., Hillsborough. 2 males>16.
John Scarborough came from Georgia before the Indian War. He was one of the inmates of Fort White during those Creek incursions, and afterward settled some seven miles south of Choctow Corner, where he spent the remainder of his days.
1805-1808, John [and his father] witnessed a game between the Choctaw and Creek Indians to decide the rights to land East of the Tombigbee River. (S) Hist of Clarke Co., AL, Graham, 1923, P85.
John married Nancy ?, born ~1786 in NC; they settled ~7 miles South of Choctaw Corner.
(S) 1813 AL Terr. Census, Clarke Co.
(S) 1816 AL Terr. Census, Clarke Co.
(S) 1817 AL Terr. Census, Washington Co.
(S) 1817 Petition of Residents Along the Mobile River. /s/ John Scarborough.
(S) 1819 AL Terr. Census, Cherokee Co.
~1820, John began to preach. He was one of the earliest preachers of Clarke, and, as such he was earnest, faithful, zealous, one of the staunch, true men of his day. One who knew him well says of him, he was “an honest and good man.” He was of medium height, and what is called an experimental preacher. Like all the local preachers, and many of the Baptist pastors of that time, he supported his family by carrying on a small plantation.
(S) 1830 Census, AL, Wilcox Co. Living next to Fredrick and Daniel. n: “Scarboro”.
8/21/1833, John witnessed the will of Sarah Cocks.
1/20/1834, witnessed the will of Sarah Cox in Clarke Co., AL.
5/30/1835, an appraiser of the estate of John Painter in Clarke Co., AL.
5/23/1836, part of a commission on the sale of the estate of Joseph Jackson in Clarke Co., AL.
(S) 1840 Census, AL, Clarke Co. b:1780–1790. Married, 2 boys, 3 girls.
9/4/1850, (S) 1850 Census, AL, Clarke Co. n: “Jno Scarber”. He is a farmer with real estate valued at $120.
2/9/1857 John died in Clarke Co., AL. (S) 4/2/1857 Clarke County Democrat: “Chaplain John Scarbrough died in Clarke Co. Feb. 9”.
(S) Clarke Co., AL and Its Suroundings, by Rev. T.H. Ball, 1879, P572.
Children:
F L Scarbrough, born 1810 in AL.
(S) 1860 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co. Lives next to Peter.
Allen Scarbrough, born 1815 in AL.
He married Sarah ?. (S) 1850 Census.
John W Scarbrough, born 1821 in AL. (S) 1850 Census.
1/25/1846 he married Julia Ann Wilkerson. (S) MR Clarke Co., AL, VB, 1834–1865.
Peter Scarbrough, born 5/1/1826 in AL. (S) 1850 Census.
12/1/1853 he married Rebecca Bagley. (S) 1860 Census, MS, Lauderdale Co.
Sarah Scarbrough, born 1828 in AL. (S) 1850 Census.
James Scarbrough, born 1828 in AL. (S) 1850 Census.
He married Elizabeth ?, born 1838 in ALBuried in Old Snow Hill Cem., Wilcox Co., AL.
1858 he died.

ii. Benjamin Scarbrough, born 1787.
(S) 1810 AL Terr. Census. 1 m>21, 4 m<21, 1 f>21, 3 f <21.
(S) 1811 AL Terr. Census, Washington Co.

iii. Fredrick Scarbrough Sr ( 108), born 1788.

iv. Joel Scarbrough, born ?.
(S) 1810 AL Terr. Census.

v. Peter Scarbrough, born ?.
(S) 1813 AL Terr. Census.

vi. David Scarbrough, born 2/20/1793.
(S) 1810 AL Terr. Census.
12/17/1891, David died; buried in the Frazier graveyard, Jackson Co., AL.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Cox 194 Nicaise-Miout

194. Jean Baptiste Nicaise dit Boncoeur & 195. Marie Catherine Miout [Fra, AL]


~ 1725, Jean born in Paris, St. Benoit, France; s/o §Jacque Nicaise & §Catherine Du Veer. (S) Love’s Legacy, P245.
~1731, Marie born in Ft. Toulouse, MobCo., AL; d/o 390. Andre Miout and 391. Marie Angelique Girard. (S) Love’s Legacy, P245. [According to her marriage record, Marie was born at the “Alibamons Post”, which was the Ft. Toulouse settlement; about 10 miles northeast of present-day Montgomery.]
5/11/1745, they married in MobCo., AL. (S) MAA, MB1, P33. [Marie was barely 14 years old when she married 20-year-old Jean Baptiste Nicaise. She lost two children at birth by the time she was 17.]
1745, Jean a Fusilier in Captain de Terrepuy’s Company of the Louisiana Troops. (S) Louisiana Troops.
5/1/1750, Jean discharged from the military. (S) Louisiana Troops, P90.
1760, Jean replaced his father-in-law as Patron of the King in Mobile. He is last person known to be given this designation. (S) Col. Mobile, P173.
2/10/1764, (S) 1764 British Census of Mobile, West Florida.,
1764–1768, Jean died.
12/21/1768, Marie was the godmother at the baptism of her grandson Bartholomy Grelot48.
1773, Marie, “the widow Nicaise”, was the godmother to Marianne Bousage88iv. (S) No. 88 Family notes. The same day, Marie, was the godmother to her granddaughter Justine Grelot96ii.
Aft. 1773 Marie died in MobCo., AL.
(S) Bouzage Bosarge, P46.

Family notes:
• Jean and Marie lived on a concession of land called Belle Fontaine, located 18 miles below Mobile on Fowl River. One source says that this land was approximately 5,000 acres. On 8/9/1793, his property was sold by his sons Martial and Joseph and sons-in-law, Philippe Saucier and Barthelemy Grelot. (S) Deed from Henry Gimarest to Daniel Ware, 1784. These four men and their families then left Mobile and moved into the area around the Bay of St. Louis and Wolf River.
• P. D. Nicaise’s theory is that the name Nicaise originally meant “resident of Nice” (a city in Southern France); just as Francaise means “French” or “resident of France”. The Saint Nicaise Church, located in Rouen, France, was built in the 1400s. It was heavily damaged by allied bombing in World War II, but has been restored.

Children of Jean and Marie:

i. Jean Baptiste Andre Nicaise, born 9/10/1747,
~1747 Jean died as an infant.

ii. Jean Baptiste Noel Nicaise, born ~ 1748.
1749 Jean died as an infant.

iii. Marie Jeanne Nicaise ( 97), born 12/22/1749.

iv. Jean Baptiste Martial Nicaise, born 4/4/1753 in MobCo., AL.
10/25/177?, Martial was the godfather to his neice Ursula, d/o Marie97.
3/22/1780, Maircial took the oath of allegiance to the Spanish King. (S) LMVDP, Inglis.
1781, Marshall J. Nicaise settled on the old Saucier grant at Delisle. (This is the Jean Baptiste Saucier grant of 1712.) (S) History of Pass Christian, 1976, P9.
1792, Joseph and Martial received Spanish Land grants. (S) No. 96 Family notes.
8/9/1793 – involved in sale of Belle Fontaine Plantation of Jean194. (S) No. 96 on 8/9/1793.
12/9/1801 Jean married Louise Baptiste Christian Ladnier, d/o Jean160i. (S) CIC, MB2, P139.
9/1808–10/1809 Jean helped Don Nicholas de Finiels, an engineer, to survey the MS coastal area. (S) LSU Libr., Pintado Papers, Bk. J, P122-3.
7/9/1813 Martial gifted Laurent Fayard, s/o Pierre492v, a parcel of land. (S) HancCo., DB-D, PP127-32.
Children: (S) C S Castelin, C5.
Louise Nicaise, born ~1785, baptized in N.O., LA. (S) SLC, BB1, P352.
1st she married Louis “Pierre” Fayard, son Louis492vi. (S) L.O., P25.
2nd she married ? Mallet.
Judith Nicaise, born 11/17/1787.
11/1/1789 Judith baptized. (S) CIC, BB2, P86, A584.
11/25/1805 she married Pierre Morin42vi.
Marie Nicaise, born ~1789.
She married Francois Ladner Jr, s/o Francois86v.
Claude Nicaise, born 1/3/1791. (S) SLC, BB2, P184, A942.
Never married, died young.
Ursule “Eurcuile” M Nicaise, born 1792.
1825 she married JPFM “Chevalier” Dedeaux, born 1780 in France, died 1862 in MS.
1863 she died, buried with Chevalier in Delisle Bayou Cem., HanCo., MS.
Son: Louis Dedeaux., 11/19/1820-3/27/1908, married Margaret Saucier, 1823-1908.
Justine Nicaise, born 1/10/1797.
7/4/1813 she married Elihu Carver Sr.
3/1/1849 Justine died. (S) L.O., P56.
Isabel Nicaise, baptized 4/21/1801.
4/15/1818 she married Pierre Saucier Jr, s/o Ursula Grelot96iii.
Bef. 1850 she died. Pierre is remarried.
Jean Baptiste Nicaise Jr, born 12/31/1802. (S) SLC, BB4, P31, A257.
Never married.
Charles Nicaise, born 3/3/1805. (S) SLC, BB4, P115, A683.
1st he married Josephine Garnier.
2nd he married Euphrosine Favre.
3rd he married Cecile Ladner, d/o Louise Morin42viii.
Arsenette Nicaise, born 5/30/1807. (S) SLC, BB5, P51, A695.
1st she married Michael Luc de Guerre.
2nd she married Pierre Sorbet.

v. Joseph Nicaise, 8/23/1755 in MobCo., AL.
~1781 he married Jeanette Dufilly.
7/8/1784 Joseph was godfather to Margarita Grelot96iv.
1792, Joseph and Martial received Spanish Land grants. (S) No. 96 Family notes.
8/9/1793 – involved in sale of Belle Fontaine Plantation of Jean194. (S) No. 96 on 8/9/1793.
Children:
Jean Baptiste Nicaise, born ?.
1810, he married Genevieve Ladner d/o Jean Jr, s/o Jean160i, born 2/29/1792.
Louise Nicaise, born ?.
9/23/1812 she married Sylvan Dubuisson.
Marie Mary Nicaise, born ?.
1/9/1812 she married Eugene Dubuisson.
J Charles Nicaise, born 1783.
11/23/1805 he married Euphrosine Favre-Lardasse.
Eloisa Louise Nicaise, born 1796 in LA.
Josephine Nicaise, born 1800 in LA.
3/23/1817 she 1st married Joseph Labat Jr, died 1/1/1818. (S) L.O., P34.
2nd she married Phillip Saucier, s/o Ursula Grelot96iii.
(S) 1850 Census, MS, HarrCo.

vi. Charles Nicaise, born 8/23/1759.

vii. Marie Louise Nicaise, born 8/15/1765 in MobCo., AL.
Marie married Philippe Saucier, born 5/1/1747 in MobCo., AL.
8/9/1793 – involved in sale of Belle Fontaine Plantation of Jean194. (S) No. 96 on 8/9/1793.
7/16/1794, Phillippe granted 20 arpens fronting on Bayou de Lisle. (S) No. 96 Family notes.
6/1806, Phillip wrote of a judgment against 5 men held in prison. (S) LMVDP, Inglis.
8/5/1808 Phillip reported to the Spanish that 4 American gunboats were anchored near Cat Island.
9/1808–10/1809 Phillippe, the local “Syndic”, helped Don Nicholas de Finiels, an engineer, to survey the MS coastal area. (S) LSU Libr., Pintado Papers, Bk. J, P122-3.
1820 Phillip died. (S) C S Castelin, C5,P2.
1848 Marie died in Delisle, MS.
Children: (S) C S Castelin, C5.
Magdeleine Saucier, born 1783.
2/19/1810 she married Chevalier Dedeaux, born 1780 in France, died 1862 in MS.
1824 she died, buried with Chevalier in Delisle Bayou Cem., HanCo., MS.
[Chevalier then married her 1st cousin Ursule.]
Son: Sherry Dedeaux born 1811 in HanCo., MS, died 1863, married Elizabeth ?.
Jean Phillip Saucier, born 1785.
9/21/1817 he married Marguerite Grelot.
Eugene Saucier, born ?.
He married twice.
Marie Louise Saucier, born ~1790.
3/10/1814 she married Ramon S Lizana.
Victorie Uranie Saucier, born 3/2/1793.
She married Jean Baptiste Toulme.
Lucille Saucier, born 12/29/1795.
She married Bertrand Lassabe.
1849 she died.
Basalice Saucier, born 5/301798.
2/11/1817 she married Jean Cassibry.
Jacques Saucier, born 2/3/1803.
He married Adele Saucier.
Pierre Saucier, born 7/6/1804.
1/24/1840 he married Eliza Nicaise.

Cox 192 Grelot-Ferchaut

192. Estienne Grelot & 193. Peyronne Ferchaut [Fra]


~ 1702, Estienne born in Libourne, Bordeaux, France.
~ 1706, Peyronne born in Libourne, Bordeaux, France.

Family notes:
• The town of Libourne, founded in 1720, is in the department of Gironde, Aquitaine region, in SW France. It is NE of Bordeau, at the confluence of the Isle and Dordogne rivers.

Children of Estienne and Peyronne:

i. Marie Grelot, born1/23/1712.

ii. Charlotte Grelot, born 9/27/1714.

iii. Jean Grelot, born 1/22/1717.

iv. Anne Grelot, born 6/28/1722.

v. Jeanne Grelot, born 5/17/1726.

iv. Bartholomey Grelot I ( 96), born 12/13/1728.
(S) Extract from the Registers of Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials of the Parish of St Jean of Libourne, Reg. 1728–1740, A176, Municipal Archives of Libourne, Cote G G 29.

Cox 178 Graveline-Vinconnau


178. Jean Baptise Baudrau Dit Graveline II & 179. Marie Catherine Vinconnau [Fra, AL, LA]

[Family is basis for well-researched fiction novel by Eloise Genest.]

9/11/1715, Marie born in Notre Dame, La Rochelle, France; d/o 358. Louis Vinconnau and 359. Catherine Doucin.
9/13/1715 Marie baptized. (S) No. 358 Family notes.
1717, Jean born on Dauphine Island, AL; s/o 350. Jean Baptise Baudreau Dit Graveline I & 357. Marie Suzanne Panyouasas. (S) Graveline Society Publication of 2004, article “New Discovery” by Eloise Genest.
3/17/1719, Marie left France with her mother on the ship Dauphine bound for LA.
1/1/1726 Census of the colony of Louisiana. At Pascagoula, Graveline, 2 children [Jean & Magdeleine]. (S) Census Tables 1699–1732.
7/3/1727, Jean attended the formal wedding of his father and mother. (S) No. 350 Family notes.
3/1/1734, Jean married Marie in Pascagoula, MS. “On March 1, 1734, I, a Capuchin apostolic missionary priest, in his function as Pastor of Fort Conde of Mobile and the Pascagoulas and dependent [area], after the publi¬cation of one marriage bann at the parochial Mass on Septuagesima Sunday, February 21, without having received any impediments, and having given a dispensation for the two other (banns), between Jean Baptiste Baudrau, Creole of Dauphin Island, son of Jean Baptiste Baudrau dit Graveline, Captain of the Militia, resident of the Pasca¬goulas, and Suzanne, his father and mother, on one part; and Marie Catherine Vinconnau of La Rochelle, daughter of the deceased Louis Vinconnau, master tailor of garments, and of Catherine Doussin, wife in second nuptials of Joseph Simon dit La Pointe, resident of the Pascagoulas, have received their mutual consent and given the nuptial blessing with the ordinary ceremonies of the Church at the home of the said La Pointe, in presence of the undersigned witnesses and me on the day and year as above.” /s/ Fr. Matthias, Apostolic Missionary. (S) MAA, BB1, P102. – Witnesses signing were: Jean Baptist Baudrau, father of the groom; (Charles) Egron (dit La Motte); Christian (Ladner); (Francois) Rilieux, spouse of Marie Renee Alexandre dit Chenet; Nicholas Bodin (dit Miragouin); Pierre Millon (son-in-law of Joseph Simon); Nicolas Rousseau (resident of Dauphine Island in 1730’s who later moved to LA’s German Coast). The wedding took place in the home of Joseph Simon dit la Pointe in Pascagoula. (S) Love’s Legacy, P29.
10/10/1734 on Dauphin Island, baptism of Catherine Roussau, “Godparents were … by proxy of Jean Baptiste Baudreau dit Graveline, and Catherine Vinconneau, wife of Mr. Boudrau, Jr., who have named her Catherine. In faith I have signed on the day and year above with said Bodrau. The godmother made her mark, stating she could not write.” (S) SRAoM, #726.
6/20/1735, Jean witnessed a marriage. (S) Love’s Legacy, P95.
11/3/1736, “The year 1736, the 3rd of November, we priest, Capuchin, apostolic missionary, acting as pastor of Fort Conde of Mobile, of the Pascagoulas, and dependencies have supplied the ceremonies of baptism to Jean Baptiste Boderau and to Marie Boderau, the boy born on the 14th of Sep. 1736, the girl on the 4th of Jan. 1735, legitimate son and daughter of Jean Boderau and Catherine Chenet, the godfather Jean Baptiste Boderau, and the godmother Marie Joseph Simon dit LaPointe for the boy, those of the girl Thomas Desessigne, the godmother Catherine Doussin.” (S) MAA, MB1, P16a. [Marie “Chenet” was also present for multiple baptisms. The confusion of who was who is obvious from the mark through on the baptism on the same day of Francois Rilieaux, P125. Jean was named the godfather and Marie the godmother of the same child being baptized, with her name given as “Vinconnau”. Catherine Chenet is obviously Marie Chenet, but the names were mixed. On the same day, Jean and Catherine were godparents for a negro boy being baptized who belonged to Marie’s godfather. (S) Love’s Legacy, P129.]
5/30/1742, “On May 30, 1742, I, the undersigned, certify to have performed the ceremony of baptism on a girl born on January 13, 1742, from the legitimate marriage of Jean Baptiste Boudrot and Catherine Vicconneau, the godfather being Bobe Desloseaux, the godmother Mrs. Grondel, who gave the child the name of Louise Catherine. They have signed the document with me.” /s/ Ferdinand, Capucin. (S) MAA, BB1, P141.
They moved to New Orleans, “beyond the city, opposite the residence of Mr. Demorand.”. (S) See 8/14/1752.
1743, One of Jean’s liaisons was with young Marie Huet. He was a frequent visitor to her father’s plantation at San Souci, delivering cattle from Pascagoula. He took advantage of the opportunities afforded when the Widow Huet left the San Souci plantation to deliver cattle to his father’s place in Pascagoula. A friendship soon became a love affair. The fact that he was a married man with four children did not seem to be a concern. It wasn’t long before Marie Huet found herself pregnant.
12/1743, Jean took Marie Henrietta Huet as a consort and fled to Havana with a couple of slaves to tend Marie who was about to have their first child. (S) Love’s Legacy, P79. She was born ~1730. She was from the prominent family of Guillaume Huet and Perrine Rivouet. [Their love story is told in the romantic historical novel The Passions Of Princes by Eloise Genest.]
7/1744, Jean350 sailed down to Cuba to return his son, Jean Baptiste, to provincial Louisiana where he faced kidnapping charges as filed by Marie Henriette’s guardian. Marie Henriette was returned to Oyster Point on a separate ship. Marie was apparently pregnant with their son Pierre on the return voyage since he was born the following spring. Marie was put under “house arrest” by her guardian.
4/25/1747, a petition was granted by Louboey, the commandant at Mobile, to award Marie Henriette a pension for support of Marie Henriette and the children, Julie and Pierre. (S) Records of the Superior Council of Louisiana.
1748, Marie Huet married Jean Baptiste Bidaut dit LaJeunesse, a sergeant in Hazeur’s company and a churchwarden.
2/7/1750, Grandmother Catherine gifted 21 cows to her grandchildren. (S) No. 178 Family notes – separation agreement.
1750, Jean disinherited by his father. (S) No. 350 Family notes.
3/30/1752 Marie’s mother died. (S) No. 358 Family notes.
4/22/1752 in Mobile, Marie’s mother’s property is divided amongst her children. Marie received an Indian woman name Babet, about 45, and her daughter Elizabeth. (S) No. 178 Family notes – separation agreement.
8/5/1752, Marie filed for separation from Jean, indicating she is afraid he will squander all of the family property, including items given to her and the children. (S) Family notes.
8/14/1752, the “four witnesses of faith” are ordered to appear before the commissioner. In the order it indicates that Marie is living in New Orleans. (S) MCH&GS, V23, #3, P82.
10/30/1754 a settlement in the separation of Marie and Jean was finalized. When the commissioner and others went to the house for an inventory, Jean was there. He agreed to all points of the separation. Marie was to be allowed to live in Jean’s home for 3 years, paying rent of 10 livers a month. (S) Family notes.
9/5/1756 Catherine, in New Orleans, was the godmother to her great nephew Michael Gargaret II, s/o Marie Paquet174i.
1757, Jean executed, “broken at the wheel”. (S) Family notes.
3/25/1768, Marie moved back to the MS coast. Marie bought land with “a house and several other buildings” from Mr. Duvernay for $60.00. This land was located at the mouth of the Pascagoula River. (S) MCH&GS, V23, #3, P88.
5/15/1769 “at the old Fort”, Marie sold the land purchased a year earlier to her son Jean. Marie made her mark /x/ “Widow Baudro”. (S) MCH&GS, V23, #3, P88.
2/9/1770 Marie Huet, consort of Jean, died in Mobile, AL.
9/25/1772, Marie, “Mme. Boudreau”, hosted Lt Hutchins, a British surveyor looking for the lost ship Mercury. He was not aware that it had been beached on Chandeleurs island the previous month in a hurricane that hit the coast. Mme. Bodreau was reported to be “very hospitable” to the British visitors. The British were informed that it had been the worst storm in 50 years, and that about 300 stock of various kinds were lost when the barrier islands were submerged. The French natives informed him of a small boat being recovered near Chandeleurs. The next day the Lt. searched both Ship and Cat islands and found that all of the houses had been swept away. The Lt. did recover the crew on 9/30/1722. (S) MCH&GS, V36, 2000, PP17-18.
(S) 1/1/1787 “Favrot Census” of Mobile, Bay St. Louis & Pascagoula, Mrs. Bodro, widow 81, 1 child, free mulatto Kegis, free black Fanchon.
~1779 Catherine Beaudreaux gave a gift of adjoining land to Marthe Paquet174i and her husband Jacob. (S) MCH&GS, V39, 2003, P18 – Original in the National Archives.
3/14/1780 Galvez captured Mobile.
7/3/1781, Catherine petitioned the Spanish government for ownership of Horn Island: “Mr. Governor General - Catherine Baudro, an inhabitant of Pascagoula with the greatest respect, represents to your Excellency; that when she was at Mobile you had condescended to offer to give her Horn Island; wherefore she supplicates your Excellency to grant her the said Island; a favor she expects from your well known charity. New Orleans 3 of Jul 1781. For Catherine Baudro her son signs.” /s/ John Baudro.
8/1/1781, Catherine granted ownership of Horn Island by Bernardo de Galvez. She kept cattle on the island for about five or six years with some negroes attending the stock. (S) MCH&GS, V33, #2, P57.
1/1/1786, (S) 1786 Spanish Census of Mobile – Marie. Madam “Baudro” had eight freed slaves (mixed blood), four male Negro slaves and two female Negro slaves. She showed ownership of four residences. Under cultivation she had 250 acres of corn. One child, most likely a grandchild, was living with her at the time of the census.
4/30/1791, Maria Bodro, along the Pascagoula river, 84 year old widower with one child. (S) Miro Spanish Census of MS gulf coast.
3/13/1796, Catherine made her will in Pascagoula. (S) LMVDP, Inglis. (S) MCH&GS, V33, #2, P52.
12/5/1797–5/26/1798, Catherine died at age 82 in MobCo., AL. She owned Horn Island, four residences, and had 14 slaves. Inventory of effects of Madame Baudrau included: 6 chemises, 7 blouses, 7 caps, 5 skirts, 6 pairs of stockings, a gilt ring, a silver thimble, a pair of eye glasses, 5 silver table settings, a large silver spoon, 10 pans, 7 bedsheets, 1 woolen mattress, 3 feather beds, 2 pairs of shoes, 5 chairs, 2 tables, 2 bed boards, 16 plates, 8 cups, and 8 goblets. (S) LMVDP, Inglis.
(S) JFH Claiborne: MS as a Province, Territory and State, 1880, P89.

Family notes:
• Jean was lionized by the local Indians who considered him “one of them”, especially since his mother was an Indian. According to Pickett’s “History of Alabama”, he was “a powerful man, as to strength, and almost a giant in size, and these qualities, together with his bravery and prowess endeared him to the Indians.” He was readily accepted by the French Canadians, and reviled by the French governing authorities who held bitter thoughts towards the French Canadians, even though he was an interpreter for them with the Indians. Because of his knowledge of the area and acceptance by the Indians, he was also a courier for Bienville. He soon became involved in one scrape after another... with his father there to bail him out.
• 8/5/1752: “The Superior Council of Louisiana has seen the petition presented by the wife of Baudreau saying that by the lavish¬ness and bad business contracted every day, her said husband is exposing her and her family to total ruin by having sold almost the last of her Negroes, despite the considerable merchandise that he has taken from here for the price of the said Negroes. He has contracted to sell them at New Orleans and Mobile for 1000 livres of debt. As a result, she finds herself in straits and decides to put herself at the mercy of the fairness of the Council, so that there can emerge a sepa¬ration of goods to put what goods that belong to her and her children under an umbrella of safety. She reasserts by her contract of marriage the many acquisitions made, her care and work and the help given by her mother during her husband’s civil death. She wants preservation of the goods made to her children by her deceased mother and by Mr. Laville, according to the attached papers. She offers to prove her honor by having four witnesses of faith, Messrs. …, to testify to the bad conduct of her husband and who will affirm that she has always tried to be patient, but hope for change in her husband needs force in this instance. …. She asks that he please make his report ordering a separation of goods and that, as a result, 13 horned cattle brought by contract of marriage be set aside as well as surety of 3000 livres of dowry, the house and the land it is on in the city (mortgaged), and that Baudreau be forbidden to take any more cows given to the children by her mother or by Mr. Laville; also that she be permitted to take the negresse Marie and her family at Valentin, who have been of help by their care and work and who were furnished her by her deceased mother. …. (S) Register Hearings of the Superior Council of the Provence of Louisiana. (S) MCH&GS, V23, #3, P82.
• “On October 30, 1754, 9 o’clock in the morning, before me, Jean Baptiste Raguet, Councilor …, there appeared Catherine Vinconneau, separated wife, as regards the goods of Jean Baptiste Baudreau, resident of this colony and authorized by law to pursue her rights according to the decision of the Council on November 11, 1752; who told us and stated that she would provide what is needed to the Council, in the separation of goods with the said Baudreau, her husband awaiting his waste and his debts, that the decision would take place which permitted him to make an inquiry about the facts she exposed, that after the said inquiry made, another decision had taken place on it on November 5, 1752, that would have ordered that she would live separated as regards that the goods shared with her said husband; that she would recover all her goods, real and personal that she could find which had been brought to the marriage and an inventory would be made, and give him an act of renunciation that she made to the community with her said hus-band that as it is agreed under seal and decreed the said separation by means of the said inventory or sale of personal property in case the goods are not found, she re¬quires that we please her by coming to the house and place of her said husband located at New Orleans, so as to proceed with the said inventory and put things in her hands, as be¬longing to her, and which are justified by her contract of marriage under date of 1 March 1734, and by act of division of goods of the deceased Catherine Doucin, her mother, under date of 22 April 175[2]. On this, I the judge, … order that we be taken now to the house of the said Baudreau. On the said day and year, I … was transported …, in the said house of Baudreau, found beyond this city opposite the residence of Mr. Demorand, so as to evaluate as needed the effects that will be given to the said Vinconneau and to make an inventory conformable to the desire of the deci¬sion before dated; where being in the said house, we have found the said Baudreau, whom we apprised of the contents of the said decision and summoned him to tell us of the goods and effects which his wife had brought conformable to the contracts of marriage and division dated before and all others which could be hers, expired or to come. The said Baudreau, here present, told us that in order to avoid all other proceedings and to end these differences as amiably as possible, he consents to remit everything pres¬ently and in the manner in which she brought it to him in marriage or in any other way, it not being necessary to make any estimation or evaluation, wishing to give her all that she had brought. He has remitted to the said Vinconneau 13 horned cattle which she has chosen and taken at her choice and for which she is content. Item, he also, in like manner, remitted at the time of things taken in a division made at Mobile among the said Vinconneau and her brothers and sisters coming from the said Doucin, her mother, which consists in one Indian woman of about 45 years named Babet and her daughter Elizabeth, of about nine years. Item, ….” (S) MCH&GS, V23, #3, PP83–86.
• In 1757, Jean was put to death by order of Governor Kerlerec. Some of the officers, stationed at the different posts, were great tyrants. One of them, named Duroux, was sent to command a detachment of troops of a Swiss regiment, who were stationed at Cat Island. He forced his soldiers to work his gardens and to burn coal and lime. Some of them, who refused to work for him, he caused to be arrested. These soldiers appealed to New Orleans, receiving no satisfaction from Governor Kerlerec. One day Duroux rowed to an adjacent island to go hunting. Returning in the evening, a party of the soldiers killed him. Becoming masters of the island, the soldiers set at liberty an inhabitant, named Baudreau, who had been imprisoned by Duroux for salvaging goods from a wrecked Spanish vessel. He was known for his relationships with the Indians and familiarity with the territory. The soldiers compelled him to conduct them towards Georgia. Baudreau led them around Mobile and up the Tombigbee. He was released by the fugitives, whom he compelled to give him a certificate, stating that he had been forced to act as their guide, and was not in any way involved with the killing of Duroux. Governor Kerlerec sent a sealed package to DeVille, the commandant at Mobile, authorizing his imprisonment. Even though he exhibited upon the trial his certificate, which declared his innocence of the murder, a court martial condemned him to die. As soon as Governor Kerlerec confirmed the judgment Baudreau was “led forth and broken upon a wheel”. An account of his trial and execution is told in (S) The History of Alabama by Albert Pickett, Chapter XVI “The Horrible Death of Baudrot and the Swiss Soldiers”, P304. [The torturous means by which he was executed was shown at the end of the movie “Braveheart”.] The people of Mobile were shocked at the spectacle. To quote Pickett: “Such a man was [Jean Baptiste], whom the French authorities in Mobile broke upon a wheel! His life was worth a thousand such lives as that of the tyrannical wretch whom he was accused of having killed.” It is said Kerlerec, fearing an uprising of both the colonists and the Indians, had Jean Baptiste’s body parts thrown into the river so there would be no grave to visit.
• 1799, Genevieve, d/o Catherine, lived with her aunt, Marie Catherine Mazurier. Having no children of her own, Marie Catherine generously left her estate to her niece as follows: “I declare myself the widow of Monsieur Mazurier by whom I have no children, nor heirs to my property, but I have had with me from her early childhood my niece, Genevieve, legitimate daughter of Joseph Bosarge and Louisa Bodreau, my sister, whom with me much love and affection I have raised, and being now arrived at year of maturity, waits upon me, and assists me in my sickness and infirmities, with so much care that she is even dearer than if she were my own daughter, and in gratitude to her for her affectionate kindness, I have constituted her, and do make her, the sole heir to all my property, goods, movable and unmovable, so that no law nor any person, nor relation of mine shall disturb, or oppose in this inheritance, since it is my will of God, and with mine, without being obliged to make an inventory therefore or submit to any other formality, but to collect and to enjoy all and everything that belonged to me, and I subject her to no other obligation but to satisfy all my just debts, hereby revoking and annulling all other wills, codicils, and power to make a will for me, that I may have made by writing, or by word of mouth. In testimony whereof this is done in the town of Mobile, this fifth day of December, 1799”. /s/ Widow Mazurier.
• “Juan Baptista Boudreaux, native of this parish, son of Juan Boudreaux and of Catherine Vinsnot, married February 10, 1801, Maria Luisa LaLancette, native of this City, daughter of Juan LaLancette and of Francisca Fissot.” (S) SLC, MB2, P134.
• 6/25/1807 survey of property of Jean178ii. [See CD Misc Graphics 178 Property Survey.] The 1200 arpent property is on the west side of the Pascagoula River. Jean’s house is drawn in the map below. (S) National Archives; (S) MCH&GS, V23, #3, P91. This land is now in the city of Gautier. Most family members are believed to be buried in the Lewis’ family cemetery located near the mouth of the West Pascagoula river.

Children of Jean and Marie Vinconnau:

i. Marie Catherine Baudreau, born 1/4/1735 in New Orleans, LA.
(S) Family notes.
11/3/1736 Marie baptized. (S) Family notes.
Marie married Louis Francois Mazurier, a witness at the wedding of Catherine. Louis and Marie Catherine lived north of Mobile in the Tennsa area.
8/26/1764, they were the godparents to Euphrosine, d/o Joseph88. (S) No. 88 Family notes.
1782, Louis died.
1/1/1786, (S) 1786 Spanish Census of Mobile. Widow Mazurier, age 57, 2 slaves, 1 house, 1 child.
6/19/1798, siblings Catherine, Jean, & Louise distribute their inherited estate. (S) LMVDP, Inglis.
12/5/1799, Marie wrote her will.
~1800, Marie died in MobCo., AL. She died childless and left her estate to her neice Genevieve89iii. (S) Family notes. (S) CIC, S5, Burials, 1780–1803, P83, A214.

ii. Jean Baptiste Baudreau III, born 9/14/1736 in New Orleans, LA.
11/3/1736 Jean baptized. (S) Family notes.
1764, (S) 1764 AL Census, MobiCo. “John Baptist Basdrau”
10/12/1767, Jean and Marie Fayard were godparents to his nephew Jean Baptiste Bozage44. (S) No. 88 Family Notes. In 1767 both his namesakes, father and grandfather, were deceased.
3/25/1768, Jean witnessed his mother Marie’s land purchase. (S) MCH&GS, V23, #3, P88.
5/15/1769 Jean bought the land at the mouth of the Pascagoula river that his mother had purchased. (S) MCH&GS, V23, #3, P88.
7/3/1781, Jean signed a letter for his mother requesting she be granted ownership of Horn Island.
1783, Jean was the godfather to Jean Pierre Baptiste, son of his half-brother Pierre178vi.
1786, Jean owned 1,000 arpents of land on the Pascagoula River. (S) Cyril Cain, VI, P178.
6/19/1798, siblings Catherine, Jean, & Louise distribute their inherited estate. (S) LMVDP, Inglis. Jean continued to live on the land of his mother, an active sailor between the Pascagoula river area and New Orleans.
2/10/1801 Jean formally married Marie Louisa Fayard dit LaLancette492iii. (S) Family notes.
5/12/1804, Martha Paquet174i and her son Peter appeared before the Syndic of Pascagoula to sell 10 arpents “front” on the Bayou Rieu for $225. The land was next to that of John Baptiste Boudereaux who also appeared to testify that the land was gifted by his mother. (S) MCH&GS, V39, 2003, P18 – Original in the National Archives.
9/9/1805, Jean delivers 3 American deserters from New Orleans, captured in Pascagoula, to Pensacola. He returned to Pascagoula with a 4 pound cannon, 25 shots and a box of 1000 musket cartridges. (S) MCH&GS, V37, 2001, P17.
9/30/1806, Privateers attempted to capture Jean’s boat in the Pascagoula river. They were driven off by cannon shot (the cannon Jean had delivered) from the Spanish fort. (S) MCH&GS, V37, 2001, P21.
1807, Jean mentioned in Pellerin’s report to Pensacola. (S) MCH&GS, V37, 2001, P22.
6/25/1807 Jean’s land was surveyed as having 1200 arpents of land. (S) Family notes.
5/23/1810 Pellerin requested Governor Folch to pay Jean 10 pesos a month rent he stayed in a house on Jean’s property. (S) MCH&GS, V37, 2001, P24.
11/1810, Jean’s schooner was commandeered by a group declaraing themselves independent of Spain. (S) MCH&GS, V37, 2001, P25.
5/15/1812 Jean died. His personal estate had 5 Negro slaves, 267 head of cattle, 1 mare, 2 colts, and $200.
1814 Marie Louise died. Her son Jean was the estate executor, contested by Marguerite’s husband Lewis. (S) Lewis vs Baudreau, Superior court, 3rd Distr., Perry Co., MS, File Drawer 65, MDAH, Jackson, MS.
Children
Genevieve Baudreau, born ~1761.
~1777 in New Orleans, LA she married Charles LeBlanc, born ~1760.
Bef. 1812 she died. (S) Not an heir to her father’s estate.
Jean Baptiste Baudreau Sr, born 1768 in Pascagoula, MS. (S) Creole Mobile, P4.
He married Louise Sauset, born bef. 1775. (S) Creole Mobile, P48.
12/20/1820, (S) 1820 Census, MS, JaxCo. He has 5 slaves.
(S) 1836 Tax Roll, JaxCo., MS. [Sr. & Jr.]
12/28/1852 he died. (S) JaxCo. Cem. Records, unpublished, JaxCo. Archives, Pascagoula, MS. He is buried in the Lewis Cem., East of “Oldsfield”, Gautier, MS.
(S) Four Centuries … V2 by Cain, P150.
Marie Angelique Baudreau, born 1773 in Jackson Co, MS.
She married 1st Nicholas Ladnier II86i, who died in 1795.
(S) 1820 Census, MS, JaxCo. “Mary Baudreau”.
(S) 1836 Tax Roll, JaxCo., MS. “Angelique Beaudreau”.
1/21/1841 she married 2nd Jacob Hinkle, s/o Marie Paquet174i.
4/29/1853 she died.
(S) Four Centuries … V2 by Cain, P150.
Marguerite Baudreau, born 3/11/1785 in Pascagoula, MS.
5/5/1811 she married Edwin A Lewis, a lawyer born 1782 in VA.
10/20/1829 E A Lewis asserted Baudreau claim of the 40,000 acre Chaumont concession. A claim of 1280 acres was affirmed.
8/25/1863 she died at Lewis’ mill on Spring Hill, AL.
[Multiple descendents buried in the Lewis Cem., East of “Oldsfield”, Gautier, MS].
(S) Four Centuries … V2 by Cain, P150.

iii. Claude Baudreau, born 9/1737 in New Orleans, LA.
7/24/1747 Claude is given a cow by a family friend. (S) MCH&GS, V23, #3, P85.
10/30/1754 Claude is named in the separation agreement between his parents. (S) MCH&GS, V23, #3, P85.
Bef. 1797 Claude died. He is not listed as an heir in his mother’s estate.

iv. Louise Catherine Baudreau ( 89), born 1/13/1742.
(S) Family notes.
Children of Jean and Marie Huet:
[They mostly used “Baptiste” as their surname, although there are records where they used “Huet” – which in the eyes of the church would be their real name since Jean could not legally marry Marie.] Due to their grandfather Jean’s generosity, Julie and her brother Pierre were well educated. The script handwriting of both Pierre and Julie on numerous documents indicates they received the finest education provided in those days.

v. Julie Baptiste, born 12/1743 in Oyster Point on the East side of Bayou La Batre.
Julie was probably educated at the Ursuline boarding school in New Orleans.
12/21/1761 in Mobile Julie, “daughter of Henretti Huet, widow of Baptiste Bideau”, married Jacques Milon, s/o Joseph Milon & Marie Girardi, born 11/3/1736 in Mobile, AL. (S) Parish of Our lady, Mobile, MB-1, P44. [Marie Girardi was a daughter of Joseph Girardy who traveled to Mobile with Jean Baptist’s uncle Gabriel Baudreau dit Graveline700i. Jacques uncle Pierre Milon was a son-in-law of Joseph Simon de la Pointe.]
1764, Jacques, eldest son of Joseph and guradian of his minor brothers, settled his father’s succession in New Orleans.
10/2/1808 Jacques died in New Orleans, LA.
Children:
Joseph Milon, born 11/25/1765.
Julie Milon, born 9/18/1767.
Jacques Milon, born 10/15/1769.
1772 he died as a child.
Marcel Soulange Milon, born 1/15/1772 in New Orleans, LA.
8/2/1796 he married Rosalia Jacques Nicolas, born 7/11/1776 in New Orleans, LA.
Zenon Milon, born 2/2/1774 in New Orleans, LA.
1/22/1797 he married Marguerite Delhomme, born ~1771.
Marie Celeste Milon, born 1/22/1776 in New Orleans, LA.
4/28/1795 she married Leon Meilleur, born 6/21/1764 in New Orleans, LA.
6/5/1841 she died.
Catherine Isabel Milon, born 9/29/1777 in New Orleans, LA.
7/29/1804 she married Francisco B Alpuente, born 6/21/1783.
3/3/1850 she died in New Orleans, LA.
Joseph Jacques Milon, born 5/5/1779.

vi. Pierre Baptiste, born ~1745 in Oyster Point on the East side of Bayou La Batre.
[The patriarch of the Baptiste families on the coast. Preliminary Y-DNA testing indicates Pierre is not likely a son of Jean Baptiste Baudreau; more likely the son of Jean Baptiste Bidaut dit LaJeunesse.]
Pierre would have been educated while living at home by local priests.
Pierre took over managing the family plantation for his grandmother who was widowed in 1743. The Baptiste plantation is found along the eastern banks of the River D’erbanne and extends to Bayou Cogne d’ Inde (later known as Coden). The site of the plantation is also referred to as Oyster Point or Pierre’s Point. Much of what was the plantation of the Baptiste family is now found in the boundaries of the town of Coden, known in the 19th century as Portersville.
10/2/1764, Pierre and his mother signed allegience to the British King and remained on the plantation when many French were moving to New Orleans. Pierre signed “Pierre Huet”.
1767, Pierre witnessed the wedding of Bartholome Grelot96.
11/28/1767, Pierre’s grandmother Perinne died.
2/9/1770, upon the death of his mother, Pierre inherited the large family plantation.
1771, British Army Captain Bernard Romans surveyed the Choctaw Nation and stayed at Pierre’s house.
~1778 in MobCo., AL Pierre married Marguerite Jacob, born 1756 in Mobile, AL. Marguerite was d/o Marianne Jacob who was left half of the Bellefontaine Plantation by Charles Miot390iii.
1780, Pierre purchased a 623-acre plantation from Pierre Rochon, which was adjacent to the LeLande property of Charles Miot. The land was located between Deer River (Rio del Gamo) and Fowl River (Rio del Gallina) on the west side of Mobile Bay.
1/1/1786 Spanish Census, Pierre and wife.
1788 Census, Pierre, wife and 4 children.
10/6/1792, Pierre filed with the Spanish governor a claim as “sole heir” to the San Souci plantation of his maternal grandparents, stating that title had been lost when the British were in control of the country. [Awarded 10/22/1792.]
11/1798, An audit of merchants, Joyce & Turnbull in Mobile lists Pierre Baptiste as one of their customers who traded hides.
~1805 Pierre died in MobCo., AL.
10/1808, records indicate that the estate of Pierre Baptiste was beginning to be liquidated.
Children: (they apparently dropped the “Baudreau” for obvious reasons.)
Pierre Baptiste, born ~1779 in Belle Fontaine, AL.
1/16/1828 he married Marie Barrieller, born in pensacola, FL.
Bef. 1849 he died.
Louise Baptiste, born 8/18/1781 in Belle Fontaine, AL.
6/24/1814 she married Geovanni Chighizola, born in Genoa, Italy.
5/31/1836 she died in MobCo., AL.
Jean Pierre Baptiste, born 3/1783 in Belle Fontaine, AL.
4/19/1824 in MobCo., AL, he married Nancy Williams.
Nicolas Baptiste, born 1/10/1785 in Belle Fontaine, AL.
Bef. 1788 he died.
Bernard Baptiste, born 10/22/1787 in Belle Fontaine, AL.
3/21/1828 in MobCo., AL he married Mary Whatley.
12/23/1855 he died in MobCo., AL.
Julien Baptiste, born 5/6/1790 in Belle Fontaine, AL.
Bef. 1805 he died in MobCo., AL.
Henrietta Baptiste, born ~1794 in Bayou La Batre, AL.
She married twice.
Bef. 1850 she died in JaxCo., MS.
Jacob Pierre Baptiste, born 8/7/1795 in Bayou La Batre, AL.
1821 in JaxCo., MS he married Sarah Turner.
6/29/1877 died in MobCo., AL.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Bell 244 Alexander-Hodgson

244. Zebulon Alexander & 245. Hannah Hodgson {… MD, Mecklenburg Co. NC}


1720, Zebulon born in MD; s/o 488. Moses Alexander & 489. Mary Wallace.
~1725, Hannah born in MD, d/o 490. Phineas Hodgson.
11/15/1749, Aaron Alexander farmer of Lancaster Co. PA sells to John Alexander of New Brittain Twp., Chester Co. PA land that was part of New Munster “which did formerly belong to David Alexander of Cecil Co. MD”; witness Zebulon Alexander.
4/29/1751, Zebulon 1st married Hannah “Hodgesson”. (S) Records of Holy Trinity [Old Swedes] Church, Wilmington [old New Castle], DE.
~1754, Hanna died [likely in the birth of a 2nd child.]
11/7/1760, New Britain Twp. Chester Co. PA - Zebulon Alexander appears as witness.
2/2/1762, Zebulon left 5 shllings in the will of his father.
Zebulon married 2nd [or 3rd] Jane McClung.
Bef. 1768, Zebulon moved to Mecklenburg Co., NC.
4/29/1768, Henry Laurens & John Gervais were granted 5000 acres “bounded on the north west by lands of Zebulon Alexander”. (S) The Paper of Henry Laurens, 1979, P671.
10/10/1773, the Commisioners of Charlotte, NC granted Zebulon a deed for 3 lots, 181 & 188 on the south side of Tyrone St., and 178 on the west side to Tyrone St. (S) Publ’s of the Southern History Asso., 1907, P334.
7/1775, Zebulon served on a Mecklenburg Co. jury. (S) Publ’s of the South. Hist. Assoc., 1/1897, P333.
2/5/1777, a deed for property on Sugar Cr adjoining “Zebulon Alexander, … Phineas Alexander, and Charles Alexander.” (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB10, P94.
3/3/1779, Zebulon Alexander received a state land grant of 70 acres on the Reed branch of Sugar Cr adjacent to his son Phineas. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB10, P509.
3/20/1780, Zebulon bought 200 acres for £100 on the south side of Sugar Cr adjoining the lands of his son Phineas.
10/14/1782, Zebulon and wife Jane sold 111 acres to Phineas for £50. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB11, P171.
3/3/1784, Zebulon wrote his will in Mecklenburg Co., NC. In his will of 1784, he names his wife Jane as executrix; all the children are named in the will.

Family notes:
• This lineage for Zebulon up through Moses to his grandfather James has been substantiated by DNA testing.
• Will of Zebulon: In the name of God Amen. I Zebulun Alexander of the County of Mecklenburg and State of North Carolina being weak in body but of sound mind and memory thanks be to God therefor calling to mind that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last will and testament that is to say principally and first of all I give and bequeath my soul to the hands of Almighty God that gave it and my body I recommend to the earth to be buried in a decent manner at the discretion of my Executors and as touching such worldly State wherewith it hath pleased God to Bless me in this life I give and dispose of the same in the following manner and form viz... Item I give and bequeath unto Jean Alexander my beloved wife one Negroe wench named Bet over and above the one third part of all my personal state appointed by law. I likewise bequeath unto her the one third part of all my real estate for and during her widowhood it is farther my will and pleasure that she should enjoy the whole of the yearly value of a certain plantation lying in South Carolina called the Gum Swamp for and during her Natural Life. I also give and Bequeath unto her one Brown Mare called Blackbird and her saddle and one bed and bedding. Item: I give and Bequeath unto Phineas Alexander my beloved son one Cross cut saw and also the sum of ten shillings Item I give and Bequeath unto Abel Alexander my Beloved Son one plantation situate lying and being on Sugar Creek commonly called the Indian Land for which I obtained a patten many years ago and also one Brass Kettle. Item I give and bequeath unto Zebulun Alexander my Beloved son the one half of that Plantation on which I now live, one Rifle Gun and mystock Buckle-- Item I give and Bequeath unto Zenos Alexander my beloved son the other half of the said plantation one horse and my saddle Item I give and Bequeath unto Mary Irwin my Beloved Daughter the sum of five shillings Item I give and Bequeath unto Ruth McCree my beloved Daughter the sum of ten shillings Item I give and Bequeath unto Hannah Greere my Beloved Daughter the sum of five shillings Item I give and Bequeath unto Tirzah Alexander my Beloved Daughter one horse and saddle and one bed and bedding Item I give and Bequeath unto Martha Alexander my Beloved Daughter all that plantation called the Gum Swamp lying in South Carolina at and after her mother’s death and also one Negro girl child called Hannah but in case that the said Martha should die before she should be capable in law to dispose of her estate or unmarried then my will and pleasure is that the land should belong to her mother in fee simple and that the value of the Negro girl should be equally divided between my two younger Daughters to wit Deborah and Tirzah Alexander. It is farther my will and pleasure that in case either of my two younger sons Zebulun or Zenos should die before the age of twenty one years that the survivor should enjoy his share in fee.It is farther my will that in case either of my two young daughters my first wife to wit Deborah and Tirzah should die before the age of eighteen year or before Marriage that the survivor of them should enjoy her share it is farther my will and pleasure that after my just debts are paid and the above mentioned Legacies discharged that all the remainder of my Estate be equally divided between the said Deborah and TirzahAnd I do hereby constitute and appoint Jane Alexander my beloved wife John McCree my son in law and Hez. Alexander to be my sole Executors of this my last Will and testament and do hereby utterly disallow revoke and disanul all and every other former Wills testaments Legacies and Executors by me named willed or Bequeathed before Ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament in witness whereof I the said Zezulun Alexander have hereunto set my hand and seal this third day of March 1784 N. B. the word one unto my first wife to wit Deborah and Tirzah were all interviewed before signing.Signed sealed pronounced and Declared by the said Zebulon Alexander as his last will and testament in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names Abel Alexander Mathew Bryan, Jr. Zebulon Alexander Hez. Alexander.

Children of Zebulon and Hanna:

i. Phineas Alexander ( 122), born 1752 in Cecil, MD.

Children of Zebulon and Jane:

ii. Abel Alexander, born 1765-1775 in MD.
3/20/1780, Abel witnessed a deed of his father.
3/3/1784, Abel bequeathed the “Indian Lands” plantation in his father’s will.
(S) 1790 Census, NC, Mecklenburg Co. Abel: 2,2,2. He lives next to his brother Phineas.
1/5/1803, Abel, of York Distr., SC, sold to his brother Zenas 500 acres on Sugar Cr including the mouth of Steele Cr, being the land willed to him by his father. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB16, P825.
(S) 1810 Census, SC, Mecklenburg Co. Abelen: 01010,40010.

iii. Zebulon/Zebedee Alexander, born 1765-1775 in MD.
6/2/1788, Zebulon witnessed a deed. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB13, P514.
7/28/1789, Zebulon sold the 235 acres of land that was a state grant for £260. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB13, P707. [He must have inherted it from his father.]
7/9/1794, a deed of land adj Zebulon. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB14, P299.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, Mecklenburg Co. “Zebn”: 00010,00100.
(S) 1810 Census, SC, Mecklenburg Co. Zebulon: 10010,40010.
1826, Zebulon died in Mecklenburg Co.
Children:
William Almarine Alexander, born 1801 in NC.
1829, he married Agnes Nancy Means.
1840 he died.

iv. Ruth Alexander, born ? in MD.
Ruth married John McRee.
3/3/1784, John named son-in-law and executor in Ruth’s father’s will.

v. Hannah Alexander, born ? in MD.
Hannah married ? Grier/Greer.

vi. Zenas Alexander, born 12/25/1771 in MD.
1/24/1797, Zenas married Margaret McLeary, d/o Gen. McLeary, born 2/25/1772.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, Mecklenburg Co. “Zeanir”: 10110,10010.
1/21/1801, Zenas bought 144 acres on Sugar Cr for $288. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB16, P695.
1/5/1803, Brother Abel, of York Distr., SC, sold to Zenas 500 acres on Sugar Cr including the mouth of Steele Cr, being the land willed to him by his father. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB16, P825.
5/16/1808, Brother Phineas sold to Zenas 70 acres on Sugar Cr for $500. (S) Mecklenburg Co., DB18, P375.
(S) 1810 Census, SC, Mecklenburg Co. “Zenno”: 33010,11010.
5/26/1826, Zenas died; buried in Steele Creek Presbyterian Church Cem.
11/26/1846, Margaret died; buried in Steele Creek Presbyterian Church Cem.
Children:
Zenas Alexander, born ~1799.
He married Peggy ?.
11/2/1855 he died; buried in Steele Creek Presbyterian Church Cem.
Hannah Grier Alexander, born 10/23/1802.
11/25/1819, she married William Henry Neel.
11/21/1880, she died.

vii. Deborah Alexander, born 1768 in MD.
(S) DAR Lineage Book, #49134, Publ. 1919.
3/3/1784, Deborah identified as an unmarried daughter in her father’s will.
1785 in NC, Deborah married Jesse H Clark, s/o 120. William Clark.
[For additional info see Jesse.]

viii. Martha Alexander, born ? in MD.
3/3/1784, Martha was bequeathed a plantation called “Gum Swamp” in the will of her father.

Cox 176 Bouzage-Touche

176. Jean Baptiste Bouzage Dit LaBrosse & 177. Marie Jeanne Touche [Fra]


12/3/1705 at 9 P.M., Jean born in Poitiers, France; s/o 352. Antoine Bouzage Jr & 353. Louise Marionneau Ballet. (S) No. 352 Family notes.
12/4/1705, Christening of Jean. (S) No. 352 Family notes.
1709, Marie born in Poitiers, France; d/o 354. Louis Touche & 355. Radegonde Cebroy. (S) Family notes.
2/5/1731, Jean and Marie married in Poitiers, France. “Today, February 5, 1731, were married before Our Holy Mother the church, Catholic, Apostolic and Roman, Jean Bouzage, joiner, son of Antoine Bouzage, master joiner, and Louise Ballet, his father and mother, on the one side, and Jeanne Touche, d/o the decease Louise Touche and the deceased Radegonde Cebroy, her father and mother, both of this parish of Notre Dame La Petite, after the publication of the banns with no impediment resulting on the three Sundays. The uncle of the bride signed Carre, from the village of Liernes. With the consent of the parents and the others necessary and with no opposition or impediment, civil or canonical, and being known to me, their signed the following: Jean Bouzage, Antoine Bouzage, father of the groom, Mare Bouzage, sister of the groom, Joseph Barnabe, cousin germane of the other part, Jeanne Touche, Nicolas Bellier, parent, Charles Louis audient, merchant, T. Duplessy, master barber, and many others, parents and friends.” /s/ Facein, Vicaire. /s/ Anthoine Bouzage. /s/ Jean Bouzage de la Brosse. (S) Notre Dame La Petite, Reg. 47, P71-72.
10/25/1731, “On October 25, 1731, was baptized Jeanne Suzanne, daughter of Jean Bouzage, joiner, and Dame Jeanne touché, his wife. She was born today. Godparents are Andre Paches, flour merchant, and Suzanne Ballin. /s/ Buignon, Cure.” /s/ Jean Bouzage. (S) Poitiers, Notre Dame la Petite, Reg. 47, P87.
2/26/1733, “On 2/26/1733, was baptized Joseph, son of Jean Bouzage, joiner, and Dame Jeanne Rouche, his wife. Godparents are Joseph Marie Bernabe and Marie Bouzage.” (S) Poitiers, Notre Dame la Petite, Reg. 47, P118.
7/19/1734, Jean witnessed the wedding of his sister Marianne. (S) No. 352 Family notes.
9/13/1735, “Today, September 13, 1735, was baptized Marie Radegonde, daughter of Jean Bouzage dit la Brosse, master joiner, and Jeanne Touche, her father and mother. The child was born today. Godparents are Nicholas Bellier and Marie Radegonde James, wife of Mr. Rene David, master barber. In faith of which I have signed the document on the day and year as above.” /s/ J. Savin, Vicaire. /s/ Jean Bouzage dit LaBrosse. /s/ Nicholas Bellier. (S) Poitiers, Notre Dame la Petitie, Reg. 47, P170.
11/4/1736, “On November 4, 1736, was baptized Marie Madeleine, born yesterday, the daughter of Jean Bouzage, joiner, and Jeanne Touche, his wife. Godparents were Andre Blanchet, printer, and Marie Magdelaine Azema.” /s/ Baudeau, Cure. /s/ Jean Bouzage. (S) Poitiers, Notre Dame la Petitie, Reg. 47, P192.
2/18/1737, Jean witnessed the wedding of his sister Marie. (S) No. 352 Family notes.
3/9/1738, “Today, March 9, 1738, was baptized Jeanne Francoise, daughter of Jean Bouzage dit La Brosse, master joiner, and Jeanne Touche, her father and mother. The child was born today. Godparents are Charles Pelisson, master joiner, and Jeanne Ballin. In faith of which I have signed the document on the day and year as above.” /s/ J. Savin, Vicaire. /s/ Jean Bouzage dit LaBrosse. (S) Poitiers, Notre Dame la Petitie, Reg. 47, P219.
7/19/1739, “Today, July 19, 1739, was baptized Jeanne Suzanne, daughter of Jean Bouzage dit La Brosse, master joiner, and Jean Touche, her father and mother. The child was born this day. Godparents are Jean Salmon and Suzanne Mauginau. In faith of which I have signed the document on the day and year as above.” /s/ J. Savin, Vicaire. /s/ Jean Bouzage dit LaBrosse. (S) Poitiers, Notre Dame la Petitie, Reg. 47, P248.
8/27/1740, “On August 27, 1740, was baptized Louise, born on the same day, the daughter of Jean Bouzage, master joiner, and Jeanne Touche, his wife. Godparents were Jean Pinion and Jeanne Gobin, who did not sign.” /s/ Baudeau, Cure. /s/ Jean Bouzage dit LaBrosse. (S) Poitiers, Notre Dame la Petitie, Reg. 47, P269.
11/1/1741, “On November 1, 1741, was baptized Jean, born the same day, the son of Jean Bouzage, master joiner, and Jeanne Touche, his wife. Godparents are Jean Philiponeau and Catherine Simon.” /s/ Baudeau, Cure. (S) Poitiers, Notre Dame la Petitie, Reg. 47, P290.
1/3/1743, “Today, January 3, 1743, was baptized Marguerite Genevieve, daughter of Jean Bouzage dit La Brosse, and Jean Touche, her mother and father. The child was born yesterday. Godparents are Rene Priveau and Marguerite Legrand. In faith of which I have signed the document on the day and year as above.” /s/ J. Savin, Vicaire. /s/ Jean Bouzage dit LaBrosse. (S) Poitiers, Notre Dame la Petitie, Reg. 48, P9.
1/16/1743, Marie Jeanne died in Poitiers, France. “On January 16, 1743, there died Jeanne Touche, 34 years old, the wife of Jean Bouzage dit La-Brosse, master joiner, after having received during her illness all of the sacraments. Her husband and father-in-law assisted in the walk to the grave with many other parents and friends.” /s/ Baudreau, Cure.
2/24/1743 Jean married Francoise Berton. “On February 24, 1743, after solemnly publishing the tree banns in this parish and without finding any impediment, … were married before the church by me, a religious priest of St. Francis, the undersigned, with the permission of Monsieur le Cure, Jean Bouzage, master joiner, son of Antoine Bouzage, widower of Jeanne Touche, and Francoise Berton of the parish of Notre Dame la Petitie.” (S) Poitiers, Notre Dame la Petitie, Reg. 48, P9.
9/27/1744, “On September 27, 1744, was baptized Marie Francoise, born on the same day, the daughter of Jean Bouzage dit La Brosse, jointer, and Francoise Berton, his wife. Godparents are Pierre Dubois and Marie Coudert.” /s/ Baudeau, Cure. /s/ Jean Bouzage dit LaBrosse. (S) Poitiers, Notre Dame la Petitie, Reg. 48, P20.
3/20/1747, “On March 20, 1747, was baptized Pierre, son of Jean Bouzage and Francoise Berton, born on the same day. Godparents are Pierre Philiponeau and Marie Louise Dupuis.” /s/ Gazil, Vicaire. (S) Poitiers, Notre Dame la Petitie, Reg. 48, P37.
7/15/1755, Jean appeared before notaries of Poitiers about an issue concerning a building. (S) Municipal Archives, Poitiers Libr..
1/23/1756, Jean died in Poitiers, France. “On January 23,1756, Jean Bouzage dit LaBrosse was interred in the cemetery. He was about 51 years old, a joiner and cabinet maker. He received the sacraments and confessed eight days before dying suddenly. The militia officers and the cabinet makers assisted in the walk to the grave and in the interment.” /s/ Falcon, Cure. (S) Poitiers, Notre Dame la Petitie, Reg. 49, P116.
(S) Bouzage Bosarge, 9...., 16. (S) Historical Book., Buignon, Cure, P13

Family notes:
• Most likely Antoine had taught his son Jean the “joiner” trade. His father was a good teacher because in time he was a master joiner. Some records refer to him as a master cabinet maker. Only fourteen days after Jeanne gave birth to Marguerite Genevieve, she died; nine children were left without a mother. Jean remarried about a month later. Jean died suddenly in 1756, three years after his father, leaving a large family to the care of his widow.
• Marie was apparently adopted. Her parents are deceased at her wedding, and Nicholas Bellier is identified as her “parent”. He also witnessed the baptism of Marie Radegonde. Her uncle from Liernes attended her wedding and signed “Carre”.

Children of Jean and Marie:

i. Jeanne Suzanne Bouzage, born 10/25/1731 in Poitiers, France.

ii. Joseph Bouzage ( 88), born 2/26/1733 in Poitiers, France.

iii. Marie Radegonde Bouzage, born 9/13/1735 in Poitiers, France.
4/22/1761 Marie, a “linen seamstress” took in a minor apprentice seamstress. (S) Apprenticeship of Rose Pollain, Municipal Archives of Poitiers.
8/6/1780 Marie leased property associated with her widowed sister Jean Francoise. (S) Lease of Land to Marie Radegonde Bouzage, Archives de Poitiers, Libr. Municipal.

iv. Marie Madeleine Bouzage, born 11/3/1736 in Poitiers, France.

v. Jean Francoise Bouzage, born 3/9/1738 in Poitiers, France.
Jean married Louis Chevrier,
Bef 8/6/1780 Louis died.
8/6/1780 Jean, a widow, leased property to her sister Marie.
Children: (S) Lease of Marie Radegonde Bouzage, Archives de Poitiers, Libr. Municipal.
Marie Radegonde Chevrier.
Jeanne Renee Chevrier.

vi. Jeanne Suzanne Bouzage, born 7/19/1739 in Poitiers, France.
This is not a duplicate entry. Its possible the first Jeanne Suzanne had died.

vii. Louise Bouzage, born 8/27/1740 in Poitiers, France.

viii. Jean Bouzage, born 11/1/1741 in Poitiers, France.

ix. Marguerite Genevieve Bouzage, born 1/2/1743 in Poitiers, France.

Children of Jean and Francoise:

x. Marie Francoise Bouzage, born 9/27/1744 in Poitiers, France.

xi. Pierre Bouzage, born 3/20/1747 in Poitiers, France.

Bell 234 Lamb

234. Thomas Lamb Jr & 235. Sarah ? {… SC, … VA, … TN}


1745, Thomas born in Bucks Co., PA, s/o 468. Thomas Lamb Sr & 469. Alice Longshore. (S) Gravestone.
1748, Sarah born.
As a child Thomas was a member with his family of the Middleton Meeting, Bucks Co., PA.
Thomas’ family moved to VA.
6/29/1754, Thomas, with his mother Alice and siblings were received on certificate at the Fairfax Meeting, Loudon County, VA, from Middleton Meeting, Bucks County, PA.
1765, Thomas married Sarah in Loudon Co., VA.
8/31/1765, Thomas complained at the Monthly Meeting of a “breach of Peace on 3 Jul 1765; condemnation of misconduct accep”.
3/29/1766 at the MM, “Thomas Jr” was reported as guilty of “civil marr.”
5/29/1766, Thomas disowned by the Fairfax Meeting for his marriage to Sarah. [Among the Quakers, a disowned family could apply for membership to another Monthly Meeting – see 2/25/1775.]
4/12/1768, Thomas Lamb, memorial for 150 acres on Frenchman’s Creek in Craven Co. (S) SCDA&H, S-111001, V-9, P-473.
3/15/1771, Thomas Lamb, grant for 150 acres on Frenchman’s Creek in Craven Co. (S) SCDA&H, S-213019, V-23, P-200.
2/25/1775, Thomas Jr’s paper of acknowledgment was received, accepted and granted certificate to Bush River MM, SC; on recommendation of Padgett’s Creek PM, a branch meeting of Bush River MM.
7/25/1778 at the Bush River MM, Thomas received a certificate from the Fairfax MM.
12/5/1788 in Union Co., Thomas and Longshore mentioned in the deed of John Kern.
1789, the family joined the Cane Creek MM which split off from the Bush River MM.
1790, (S) 1790 Census, SC, Union Co. [Recorded 5/5/1791]. Thomas’ father Thomas appears to be living with him. His mother had died the year before.
4/23/1790 in Union Co., Thomas mentioned in the deed of John Gore.
4/15/1791, Sarah died in SC after the birth of her daughter Sarah named after her. (S) V1, Cane Creek, SC Monthly Meeting, P1058.
1792 in SC, Thomas married 2nd Katherine ?, born 1763 in SC.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, Union Co. Thomas lives next to Mary [Potts] Bobo232iii. Thomas’ daughter Elizabeth married Mary’s brother William.
10/6/1809, Thomas on a judgement roll. (S) SCDA&H, L-10018, Y-1809, I-376A.
11/23/1814, Thomas, “bill of sale for a slave named Bella, about 24 years old.” (S) SCDA&H, S-213003, V-4I, P262.
6/10/1815, Thomas on a judgement roll. (S) SCDA&H, L-10018, Y-1815, I-314A.
They traveled to Williamson Co., TN – likely to live with one of his children.
3/1816, Thomas died in Versailles, Williamson Co., TN. Thomas and Katherine are buried in the Lamb Cem., on the east side of the Versailles Knob, a few yards south of the Garrett Cem.
7/1821, Thomas’ will probated: wife Katherine; children, Jonathon, Robert, William, Thomas, Joseph, David, John, James, Elizabeth, Mary, Alice and Sarah.
2/1834, Katherine died.

Family notes:
• The first “Lamb” married in Williamson Co. was Ailey Lamb who married Daniel Yeates 8/11/1815.
• 1820, James, Jonathan, Thomas, Joseph, Martin, & Thomas Lamb all live near each other in Williamson Co., TN.

Children of Thomas and Sarah:

[V1, Bush River, SC Monthly Meeting, P1021 all children through James listed with birth dates.]

i. Robert Lamb, born 5/23/1766 in Newberry Distr., SC.
4/26/1788, Robert married “outside” the Friends and was disowned from the Bush River Meeting.
(S) 1790 Census, SC, Union Co. Robert: 1-1-1, Robert is listed on the same page as his father and his uncle William.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, Union Co. Robert: 20010,20010. Robert is listed on the same page as his father.
(S) 1810 Census, SC, Union Co. Robert:
2/5/1820 in Union Co., Robert mentioned in a deed of Joseph Murphy “on Frenchman’s creek”.
(S) 1820 Census, SC, Union Co. Robert: 011101,11101.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, Union Co. Robert: 010010001,000200001. Mary Potts, Elizabeth’s sister-in-law, married to Solomon Bobo, lives nearby.
(S) 1840 Census, SC, Union Co. Robert: 60-70, his wife 60-70.
Bef. 7/19/1858, Robert died. (S) Will proved.
Children from will: Francis, Lucy Tuckaby, Benjamin, Thomas, Sarah Lawson, Joseph, Jesse, William and Elizabeth Daonel.

ii. Elizabeth Lamb ( 117), born 1/18/1768 in Newberry Distr., SC.

iii. William Lamb, born 11/16/1769 in Newberry Distr., SC.
4/25/1789, William disowned by the Bush River MM.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, Union Co. William: 10010,10010.
2/1830, Lamb, William of Chester Dist., Will Typescript (MSS Will: Estate Record Book L, Page 85; Estate Packet: Apt 39, Pkg 602). Persons mentioned: Lamb, Patrick/Lamb, Mary/Lamb, James/Lamb, Katherine//Kennedy, John/Woods, James F./Bellartin, David/Cahill, Pierce/Goore, John B. ???

iv. Thomas Lamb III, born 11/16/1771 in Union Co., SC.
1800 in Union Co., SC, Thomas married Elizabeth “Isabella” Potts, d/o George Potts, born 1878 in SC.
~1809, they move to Williamson Co., TN.
(S) 1820 Census, TN, Williamson Co. 400001,00101.
Thomas wrote his will. (S) WB–E, P139.
1840, Thomas died in Henry Co., TN; buried in the Paris City Cem.
(S) 1840 Census, TN, Henry Co. Elizabeth 60-70.
7/1840, Thomas’ wife and 2 sons listed in an inventory of his estate.
(S) 1850 Census, TN, Henry Co. Elizabeth lives with her son Joseph.
Children:
Joseph Lamb, born 1804 in Union Co., SC.
He married his 1st cousin Mary Ray; d/o Alice Lamb.
(S) 1850 Census, TN, Henry Co. 7 children.
Jason Lamb, born ~1806.
He married Melissa Marchant, born 1808 in SC.
(S) 1850 Census, TN, Henry Co. 5 children.

v. Joseph Lamb, born 11/18/1773 in SC.
1796 in SC Joseph married Sarah Holly, born 1777 in SC.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, Union Co. Joseph: 20100,00100.
(S) 1820 Census, TN, Williamson Co. 010101,21001.
(S) 1830 Census, TN, Hawkins Co. Joseph 60-70, Sarah 60-70. They live next to Joseph and Esau Lamb. 1 m 20-30 lives with them.
(S) 1840 Census, KY, Calloway Co. Joseph 60-70, Sarah 70-80. They live alone next to son Martin.
(S) 1850 Census, KY, Calloway Co. Joseph is a farmer with land valued at $200. They live next to their son Martin. They have 2 “Ray” grandchildren living with them.
Children:
Martin W Lamb, born 1798 in SC.
10/31/1816, he married Frances Hill. (S) Williamson Co. Marr. Records.
In KY, he married 2nd Cassandre Marchant, born in 1800 in TN.
(S) 1850 Census, KY, Calloway Co. 6 children. Cassandre’s father lives with them.
Sally Lamb, born 1800 in SC.
Jane Lamb, born aft. 1800 in SC.
Elizabeth Lamb, born aft. 1800 in SC.
She 1st married ? Ray.
She 2nd married Absolem Harrison White.
Bef. 1850 she died. [Her 2 children live with her parents in 1850.]

vi. Mary Lamb, born 12/22/1775 in SC.

vii. David Lamb, born 12/28/1777 in SC.
David married Tabitha ?, born 1781 in SC.
(S) 1820 Census, TN, Williamson Co. David lives next to his sister Elizabeth. See No.116.
(S) 1830 Census, TN, Williamson Co. David: 02120001–0111001.
1846, David died in Rutherford Co., TN.
(S) 1870 Census, TN, Rutherford Co. Tabitha lives with her son Thomas.
Children:
Sally Lamb, born ?.
Jonathan Lamb, born ?.
Barrum Lamb, born 1805 in SC.
3/9/1822 he married Lucinda Sage in Rutherford Co., TN; born 1805 in NC.
(S) 1860 Census, TN, Henry Co. “Barem”; 1 daughter at home.
Benjamin Lamb, born ?.
8/5/1839, he is mentioned in the will of Moses Nix of Union Co., SC.
Rachel Lamb, born ?.
David Lamb Jr, born 2/4/1812.
1832 he married Jane ?, 1813–1852.
7/1853, he married Almary F Westbrooks, born 7/4/1833.
2/12/1861, he died; buried in Mt. Pleasant Cem., Versailles, Rutherford Co., TN.
Levesta Lamb, born 1817 in TN.
She married James R Hill, born 1818 in TN.
(S) 1850 Census, KY, Calloway Co. 5 children. “E Lamb”, born 1833 in TN, lives with them.
Harper Lamb, born ?.
Jesse C Lamb, born 5/15/1817 in TN.
He married Nancy Epps, 1820–1885.
6/4/1899 he died in TN.
Thomas Douglas Lamb, born 1/1/1822.
12/10/1844, he married Sarah Elizabeth Lamb, born 1826 [likely a cousin].
1856, he married Martha J Westbrooks, 1822–1877.
(S) 1870 Census, TN, Rutherford Co. 9 children at home. His mother lives with them.
4/4/1877, he died; buried Lamb Cem., Versailles, Rutherford Co., TN.

viii. John Lamb, born 12/19/1779 in SC.
John married Cloey ?.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, Union Co. John. 20100,30110.
Children:
Morgan Lamb, born 1800 in SC.
He married Esther Hurley.
He married Rhoda Hardin.
1850, he died in Lauderdale Co., AL.
Thomas Lamb, born ~1813 in ?.
He married Margaret ?.
(S) 1860 Census, AR, Carrol Co. Widow, 8 children.
John Lamb Jr, born 1816 in TN.
1838 in AL, he married Ann Houston, born 1816 in SC. [probably a sister of James’ wife.]
(S) 1860 Census, AR, Greene Co., Salem. 5 children.
1885, he died in Greene Co., AR.
James Lamb, born 1821 in TN.
He married Rebecca Houston born in TN, 1822–1881.
(S) 1860 Census, AR, Greene Co., Salem. 6 children and her mother live with them.
1896, he died in Greene Co., AR.
Mary Lamb, born 1825 in TN.
She married Charles Willcockson.
(S) 1870 Census, AR, Seiver Co., Red Colony.
1877 she died.

ix. Alice Lamb, born 7/8/1782 in SC.
7/12/1782, Alice died as an infant.

x. Alice Lamb, born 6/19/1783 in SC.
1801, Alice married James Ray; and was disowned by the Cane Creek Meeting for marrying “outside”.
(S) 1820 Census, TN, Bedford Co. 120101,10101.
(S) 1830 Census, TN, Bedford Co. 12012011,2021001.
(S) 1840 Census, TN, Henry Co. James born 1770–1780.
James died.
10/30/1850, (S) 1850 Census, TN, Henry Co. “Alice Ray”, born 1783 in SC, is a farmer with land valued at $800. Her daughter Jane lives with her.
Children:
James Ray Jr, born ?.
Mary Ray, born 1807 in TN.
She married her 1st cousin Joseph Lamb, s/o Thomas Lamb III.
Jane Ray, born 1832 in TN.

xi. James Lamb, born 11/25/1785 in SC.
(S) 1820 Census, TN, Williamson Co. 000010,01101.

xii. Sarah Lamb, born 4/5/1791 in SC.

Children of Thomas and Catherine:

xiii. Jonathan Lamb, born ~1794 in SC.
Jonathan married Katherine ?, born 1810 in OH.
(S) 1820 Census, TN, Williamson Co., Franklin. 110100,02011.
(S) 1830 Census, TN, Williamson Co. 130001–2020100001. A 70-80 year old female lives with them.
(S) 1840 Census, TN, Williamson Co. 2103001–102001.
Children:
Jonathan Lamb Jr., born 1812 in TN.
1864, Jonathan, a Col in the 5th TN Inf., killed at Ellsbury Ridge, GA.

Bond 608 King-Cary

608. Michael King & 609. Elizabeth Cary [England, VA]

~1617, Elizabeth born in Bristol, England, d/o 1218. John Cary & 1219. Elizabeth Herford. [Elizabeth’s last name was undecipherable in his will. The choice of her last name is based on circumstantial evidence. There were not many families in the colonies at this time, and fewer still of families with the connections that Michael apparently had as demonstrated by his land acquitions. Multiple cousins and siblings of Elizabeth Cary, d/o John, immigrated to MA and VA.]
~1620, Michael born in Norfolk Co., England.
1646 in Norwich, England, Michael joined a drum & fife troop. Participated in a skirmish in Ireland.
By 1647, Michael emigrated to America, initially a bond-servant to John Wright of Nansemond Co., VA.
~1650 Michael married Elizabeth in VA.
5/10/1667, “To all whereas now know ye that the said Sir William Berkeley, Lt. Governor, does give and grant unto Michael King three hundred acres of land lying in the Upper Parish of the county of Nansemond beginning at a white pine at the west end of Robt. Bradford’s land and said running south 100 poles to a nicked red oak and so east 480 poles to a nicked pine and so north 100 poles to a nicked pine to east 480 poles on cast end of Robert Bradford’s land to the first station. The said land being due for transportation of four persons to have and to hold.” (S) VA Land Patents, No.6, V1, P193.
9/18/1671 “To all now let ye know that the said Sir Wim. Berkeley, Lt. Governor, does give and grant unto Michael King six hundred acres of land according to the conditions and lawful bounds there of lying and being in Nansemond County. The said land formerly granted to Robert … and lately found to be released to his grantor by an injunction recorded on the … fine under the hand and date of Sir William Alford for the said County and a jury sworn before him to that purpose. Dated the 17th day of November 1670, may I now grant to ye said Michael King who has made his mark.” (S) VA Land Patents, No.6, V1, P479.
2/24/1675, “To all whereas now know ye that the said Sir William Barkley, Lieutenant Governor, give and grant unto Michael King nine hundred acres of land lying in the Upper Parish of Nansemond County on the way to the South Key at a nicked red oak standing near the head of a Branch that comes from Somerton Swamp then due West 220 poles to a nicked pine in a reedy portion thence SW by S 440 poles to a nicked red oak thence SE 280 poles to a nicked white oak standing by the Mamie Run of Swamp that comes from Somerton butting on the land of John Winborne, Broome and Robinson thence by or near the said Mamie Swamp NE by N 670 poles to the first station. The said land being due by and for the transportation of eighteen persons into the colony to have and to hold this listing of payment proved.” (S) VA Land Patents, No.6, V2, P597.
1686, Michael bought several slaves and a plantation on Somerton Creek just north of the North Carolina line. On this property he built the first brick house in the county and a copper still.
1690, Michael lived in Nansemond Co.
8/7/1697, John Lilly plaintiff versus Stephen Manwaring in a plea of slander, etc. ---“the said Lilly came from Rapahaenock to James River with a ring on his finger and a watch in his pocket and a saddle on his back and at the house tooke a mare of Mr. Fulsam and brought her to Mr. Michael Kings and there the mare was stabled and there the said Michael King apprehended the said Lilly” etc. [Michael was between the James River and the Colony of NC when this occurred.]
Bef. 1704, Michael died in Nansamond Co., VA.
A will of “Mr. Michael King Senior” of the Nansemond Co., VA was proved by a subscription of William Early and the oath of John Early. “On petition of William Early and John Early ordered that Mr. John King pay to William Early and John Early for their travel and attendance for two days with costs and executions.” [They apparently traveled to son John’s plantation in NC.]
(S) King Family History by Mrs. J B Parker of Windsor NC.
(S) Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, V1, Publ. 1915, P272.

Family notes:
• “Michael King was born in Old England and Came out of the City of Norwich to Virginia and their Served his time with John Wright in Nansemond County after that he marred with Elizabeth ?ry [indistinct] and Lived in the upper parrish of Nansemond County on the Southern branch of Nansemond River & c–– and he had by his wife Six Children Viz. Nathan William Michael Henry John & Elizabeth – and their he bought A plantation with Land in the year 1686 and Built a Large Dwelling house with Brick and Bought several Negro Slaves and also a large Copper Still & c. Written by me Solomon King, son of Charles King the Said Charles Was Son of William Which was son of Michael the Older – ”. (S) Bible record of Solomon King. The Bible was pub by Alexanded Kincaid, His Majestry’s Printer, Edinburgh, 1771.
• Another “Elizabeth Cary”, 1613–1680, authored the first original play by a woman printed in English, “Tradegy of Mariam”.

Children of Michael and Elizabeth:

i. Henry King ( 304), born 1650 in Nansemond Co., VA.

ii. John King, born 1652 in Nansemond Co., VA.
1695, John married 1st Winifred Conner.
5/15/1697, John acquired by grant 324 acres in Chowan Prct. joining Bennitts Creek. (S) NC PB1, P79. [Chowan was originally part of VA.]
John married 2nd Jane ?.
9/16/1701, Henry King, 302 acres in Chowan prct., “upon the middle swamp issuing out of Bennetts Creek, joining John King … (S) NC PB1, P113.
2/24/1716, John given guardianship of Michael a “minor son” of his deceased brother Henry.
10/31/1716, son John acquired 443 acres beginning at the land of “his father Michael King”.
~1719 John married 3rd Rebecca Moss, widow of Maj. William Armistead. (S) 1704 Rent Rolls of Nansemond Co., VA.
7/21/1720, “I Edward Howcott of the precinct of aforesaid planter for a valuable consideration of the sum of fourteen pounds in hand paid or secured to be paid by John King of Nansemond County in Virginia doth hereby assign …”
1721–1722, John the High Sheriff of Elizabeth Co., VA.
1723, John a Magistrate of Elizabeth Co., VA.
1724, John Capt of the Milita of Elizabeth Co., VA.
1/13/1735, John wrote his will in Elizabeth Co., VA.
Children:
Elizabeth King.
Capt Charles King.
He married Elizabeth Tabb.
1761 he died.
Armistead King.

iii. Elizabeth King, born ~1654 in Nansamond Co., VA.

iv. Nathan King, born ~1674 in Nansamond Co., VA.
4/20/1694, Nathan settled at the mouth of the Roanoke River; 635 acres. Upper nansemond Parish; mentions John Taylor, Ballard, Battle, Drury, old Mr King’s line.
(S) 1704 Rent Rolls of Nansemond Co., VA, Nathan owned 700 acres.
1707, Nathan, for 12 years, had lived at the mouth of the Roanoke River.
7/30/1728, Nathan, of Bertie Prct., bought 350 acres from Edmond Smithwick. (S) Bertie Co., DB-B, P438. [Land near his brother Michael bought from same person.]

v. William King, born ~1676 in Nansamond Co., VA.
William 2nd married Mary Curle, d/o Joshua and Rosea Curle.
4/1694 William became half-owner of 840 acres in Nansemond Co., VA with brother Michael, for transporting 17 persons to the colony.
10/23/1703, William 541 acres. Both sides of King’s Branch, Cypress Swamp. Import of 4 persons, one was Chr King [likely his son returning from England.]
(S) 1704 Rent Rolls of Nansemond Co., VA.
1747 William died in Bertie Co., NC, near Windsor. (S) Will proved 5/1747, Nansemond Co., VA.
1778 Mary died. (S) Will of 10/11/1778.
Children of 1st wife:
Henry King.
By 1728, Henry & Charles live on their father’s 520 acres in the Chowan Prct., NC.
12/7/1771 he died.
Charles King.
He married Mary ?, died 2/2/1762.
By 1728, Henry & Charles live on their father’s 520 acres in the Chowan Prct., NC.
1/15/1762 he died.
[Death dates of Henry, Charles & Mary are from the Bible of Solomon King, s/o Charles.]
Mary King.
She married [Moses or Jesse] Hare.
2/11/1774 she died.
Children of Mary: (mentioned in Mary’s will).
Rosea King.
She married ? Latimer.
William King.
He married Hannah Curle, will dated 3/22/1796.
Mary King.
She married ? Hudson.

vi. Michael King Jr, born 1678 in Nansamond Co., VA.
Michael married 1st Catherine Shell.
Michael married 2nd Mary Boone.
4/1694 Michael became half-owner of 840 acres in Nansemond Co., VA with brother William, for transporting 17 persons to the colony.
(S) 1704 Rent Rolls of Nansemond Co., VA.
By 1736 Michael died.
Children:
John King.
1716 John acquired 443 acres beginning at the land of “his father Michael King”.
Henry King.
Charles King.

Cox 174 Paquet-Graveline

174. Pierre Paquet Jr & 175. Marie Magdeleine Pany Baudreau Dit Graveline [AL, MS]


1704, Pierre born in Mobile, AL; s/o 348. Pierre Paquet Sr & 349. Marthe Coular. (S) Family notes.
1708–1711, Magdeleine born d/o 350. Jean Baptise Baudreau Dit Graveline I & 351. Suzanne ?.
6/26/1721, Le Sieur Diron Census, habitants of Fort Louis de la Mobile, Pierre Paquet Jr listed as a child of his parents. (S) Census Tables 1699–1732.
10/18/1722, Pierre witnessed the baptism of a slave girl. (S) SRAoM, #374.
7/3/1727, Pierre witnessed the 2nd wedding of his father-in-law, Jean350.
6/18/1726, Pierre was the godfather to Marie Doree. (S) SRAoM, #470.
8/3/1726, Pierre’s father died in New Orleans.
8/26/1726, Pierre married Magdelaine in Mobile. “On August 26, 1726, after having published one bann and having given dispensation for the two additional banns, between Pierre Paquet, son of the deceased Pierre Paquet and Marthe Coular, resident of Fort Conde at Mobile, and Magdelaine, the natural daughter of Jean Baptiste Baudreau dit Graveline, resident on the Pascagoula River, belonging to this parish, and an Indian; I, a Capuchin Apostolic Missionary Priest, in my function as Pastor of Mobile, in the Province of LA, have received their mutual consent and given them the nuptial blessing in the home of the said Baudrau dit Graveline, and was brought there for this purpose. In the presence of the undersigned witnesses, with me they made their mark.” /s/ Father Matthias, Capuchin. /s/ Michael Paquet (uncle). (S) Love’s Legacy, P53. (S) CIC, MB1, P6. [Note that only Jean is a “natural” parent of Magdelaine. “and an Indian” implies she is her mother, but not her “natural” mother.]
4/20/1728, “Marie Magdelaine, wife of Pierre Paquet”, at Fort Conde, Mobile, was the godmother to Marie Magdelaine Egron, whose mother was an Indian. (S) SRAoM, #527.
4/21/1728, Pierre, at Fort Conde, Mobile, was the godfather to Jean Baptiste Renauld, whose mother was an Indian. (S) SRAoM, #528.
Bef. 1731 Pierre, a tailor, purchased land on the MS River from a free Negro named John Baptiste. (S) Census Tables 1699–1732.
4/5/1736, “On April 5, 1736, I, a Capuchin Missionary Apostolic priest, performing the function of Cure at Fort Conde of Mobile, Vicar General of Monsignor, the Bishop of Quebec, have baptized with the ordinary ceremonies of baptism Marie Marthe, born May 4, 1735, of the legitimate marriage of Pierre Paquet, resident of LaBaye, and Magdelaine, the natural daughter of Sieur Bodraud dit Graveline, her father and mother. She had for her godparents Sieure Bodraud dit Graveline and Marthe Baulot. Proxy parents were Robert Falon and Marie Anne Grisse who gave her the name Marie Marthe. In faith of which I have signed with the proxy godfather the day and year as above.” /s/ Father Matthias, Vicar General. (S) SRAoM, #767.
10/1737, Pierre obtained permission to work in Pensacola. 10/24/1737 letter from D’Artaguettte to Maurepas: “M. de Bienville had permitted an inhabitant named Paquet to go and work at Pensacola. This wretch left his wife here and deserted to Florida. We will have a hard time getting him back.” (S) MS Provincial Archives, Doc35, P143.
1/11/1742, “Mademoiselle Beaudro” was godmother to Joseph Creps, acting for Madam La Pointe. (S) MAA, BB–1, P282.
6/22/1746, “On June 22, 1746, I, a Capuchin priest, have baptized with the ordinary ceremonies of the Church, Francois, three years old, the son of Joseph Paquet and Magdelaine Beaudrot, married by shaking hands in front of the church. Godparents were Francois Deuplanty and Magdelaine Brazilier, his wife. In faith of which I have signed the day and year as above.” /s/ Father Dagovert. (S) St. Louis Cathedral, BB2, P63.
1747, Marie died, probably in the childbirth of daughter Magdelaine. (S) Family notes.
3/15/1748, letter to 1st Magistrate of LA: “Mr. Raguet … has the honor of informing you that it has been 10 to 12 years since the man named Paquest, a settler who had married and established himself near the Pascagoula river, escaped from this country. Since that time we have had no news of his whereabouts, and it has been within the past several months that the woman whom he had married has died on that homestead. She has left a young girl of about 13 to 14 years of age with some personal belongings and livestock which are now left in the hands of and in the care of Alexandre St. Martin who treats them as they were his own, and since it concerns us that a guardian ought to be elected for this minor, for the purpose of recovering her goods and arguing in her behalf of her interests as regards those things which might be hers. …” (S) LA State Museum Document, March 15, 1748. – Francois Alexandre Chenet dit St. Martin has custody of Marie Marthe and her possessions. It is possible that he is the actual father of the last three children. Marie in 1767 claims she is the only heir, yet Marie Anne87 is married and living on Cat Island. It could be that Marie Marthe did not know she was still alive; or, she knew that Marie Anne was d/o Francois. The guardianship issue did not include Marie Anne. It was definitely possible that Pierre returned secretly and fathered the children. It is also documented that Marie Ann called herself Marie Anne St. Martin, after about 1760. An “Anne Alexander Chenet” figures prominently in the church records of Fort Conde. Vincent Chenet was the godfather to Magdeleine.
3/19/1748, a guardian appointed for daughter Marthe. “On 3/19/1748, before … of the Superior Council of LA, … served notice of summons on the same day for the following to appear in court: Michael Paquet, Jean Baptiste Boudreau Graveline, … Mr. Paquet is the uncle of Marthe Paquet (d/o minor age of Pierre Paquet and Magdelaine Pany, her parents); the others, friends or distant relatives of the girl. They assembled in order to give their guidance in the selection of a tutor for the child and also to select a suitable person to be a guardian of everything belonging to her. … They made know their choice, after deliberation, … The group named as tutor for the child her uncle Michael Paquet, as guardian, Chantalou, because of his good qualities. … They made their marks.” /s/ Paquet, …, Baudrau, …. (S) LA State Museum record, March 19, 1748. From this we know that Marthe was provided with some form of education.
4/25/1748, “On April 25, 1748, I, the Capuchin Superior of the mission of the same order, baptized with the ceremonies of the Church, Marie Anne, six years of age, the legitimate daughter of Pierre Paquet and Magdelaine, of Indian and white parents, her mother and father. Godparents for Marie Anne are Louis Brusillier and Marianne Lorraine, who have signed. In faith of which I have signed on the day and year as above.” /s/ F. Charles, Superior. (S) SLC, BB2, P123.
4/25/1748, “On April 25, 1748, I, the Capuchin Superior of the mission of the same order, baptized with the ceremonies of the Church, Magdeleine, 12 and ½ months old, the legitimate daughter of Pierre Paquet and Magdelaine, of Indian and white parents, her mother and father. Godparents for Magdelaine are Vincent Chenet and Magdaleine ?Asilly who have signed. In faith of which I have signed on this day and year as above.” /s/ F. Charles, Superior. (S) SLC, BB II, P123.
1767, Jacques died in Port Au Prince, Saint Dominique, Haiti. (S) Family notes.

Family notes:
• “… minutes of the Superior Council of Louisiana … Marthe Paquet, widow of the deceased Michel Dargary, ... Madame Paquet had lived on Cat island but presently lives in New Orleans and wishes to claim that she is the heir to the estate of her dead father; Sieur Pierre Paquet174, who was living in Port au Prince, Island of Santo Domingo, where he died. …[then lists a sale of land in District of Pascagoula in 1804] ... Martha Paquet, the widow of Jacob Begue (Hingle), and Peter Jacob Begue (Hingle), her son, inhabitants of said place... [sell]... a tract of land situated in Bayou Rieux of ten arpents ... adjoining the last of John Baptist Boudreaux... belonging by a donation made by the deceased Catherine Baudreau about twenty-five years ago ... for twenty five years they have inhabited, built upon it, and cultivated it. …” (S) New Orleans Genesis, V28, N109, P126.
• The Paquet plantation was located just northeast of the Baudreau plantation on the West Pascagoula river, across from the Krebs plantation on the East Pascagoula river (the Old Spanish Fort). (S) MCH&GS, V36, 2000, PP12-13 – George Gauld’s map of 6/1768. Other legal documents add: “situate above White’s Point”, “about a half a mile from the mouth of said river up at the place called the Village … containing 640 acres more or less.”

Children of Pierre and Margaret:

i. Marie Marthe Paquet, born 5/4/1735 in Fort Conde, Mobile, AL.
3/19/1748, her uncle Michael Paquet, brother of her father, is chosen as her tutor. (S) Family notes.
7/27/1749 Michael Gargare was a sponsor to his neice Anne Marette. (S) SLC, B2, P161.
1752 in New Orleans, LA, Marie married Michael Dagary/Gargare, born 2/12/1727 in New Orleans, LA to Pierre Dargaret, Sheriff of New Orleans, and Gillette Gautier.
1761–3/1767 Michael died.
3/17/1767, Marthe, a widow living in New Orleans, claimed she is “the heir” to possession of her deceased father’s property. (S) LA State Museum document. (S) MCH&GS, V26, #3, P90.
5/4/1769 in Pointe Coupee, LA she married Jacob Hingle, born ~1720 in Westerheim, Germany. Aka Jacob “Bang”, “Bengue”, “Bingle”. (S) Baton Rouge Diocese Archives.
1772, Jacob petitioned the English for a land grant: approved “100 acres on the Pascagoula river at the Indian Village.”
~1779 Catherine Beaudreaux gave a gift of land to Marthe and Jacob. (S) MCH&GS, V39, 2003, P18 – Original in the National Archives.
8/11/1786 Marthe gave her consent and attended the wedding of her daughter Marie Anne.
Bef. 1/1/1787 Jacob died.
(S) 1/1/1787 “Favrot Census” of Mobile, Bay St. Louis & Pascagoula. Ms Gargaret, widow 56, 3 children, free mulatto Auguste, free black Catin.
3/15/1789, (S) 1789 Census of Mobile, West Florida, Madame Gargaret.
5/12/1804, Martha and her son Peter appeared before the Syndic of Pascagoula, James White, to sell 10 arpents “front” on the Bayou Rieu for $225. The land was next to that of John Baptiste Boudereaux who also appeared to testify that the land was gifted by his mother. (S) MCH&GS, V39, 2003, P18 – Original in the National Archives.
7/2/1814, the “Widow Jacob Beingle” appeared before Valentine Delmas, JOP at Pascagoula, to testify in a property dispute of Mr. Jno Bte. Beaudreau [Sr]. (S) MCH&GS, V39, 2003, P19 – Original in the National Archives.
1814–1822, Marie died.
Children of Michael and Marie:
Nicholas Gargare, born 7/12/1752. (S) SLC, BB2, P259.
Jean Baptiste Gargare, born 7/11/1754. (S) Archdiocese of N.O. Archives, Regt. of
St Charles Borromeo Church, Destrehan, 1739–1755.
Michael Gargare II, born 8/25/1756. (S) SLC, BB3, P62.
Marie Anne Gargare, born 12/20/1758 in New Orleans, LA. (S) SLC, BB3, P104.
8/11/1786 she married Jean Ryan, born ~1752 in Savannah, GA. (S) CIC, MB1, P55.
Pierre Gargare, born 5/19/1762. (S) SLC, BB4, P102.
Martha Gargare, born 11/22/1764. (S) SLC, BB5, P182.
6/1/1781 she married Louis Fayard492iv. (S) SLC, MB4, P106.
~1830 Martha died.
Children of Jacob and Marie:
Peter Jacob Hingle II; born 11/1/1769 in Pointe Coupee, LA.
(S) Baton Rouge Archdiocese Archives.
5/30/1797 Jacob witnessed the inventory of Catherine179.
1/21/1841 in Mobile he married Marie Angelique Baudrau, d/o Jean178ii.
~1848 he died.
Francoise Hingle; born 3/30/1772. (S) SLC, B7, P5.
Therese Hingle; born 2/28/1774 in Mobile. (S) SLC, B7, P66.
2/16/1793 she married Francois Fonteneau, habitant of the Opelousas Post. (S) Marriages of the Opelousas Post, P36, by Vidrine and DeVille.

ii. Marie Anne Paquet ( 87), born 1742.

iv. François Paquet, born 1743.

v. Magdelaine Paquet, born 5/1747.
Magdelaine died as an infant.

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