Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Cox 164 Carco-Vessen

164. Pierre Carco & 165. Catherine Vessen [Fra]

They lived in Dunkirk, France.
Bef. 12/14/1739, they were both deceased. (S) See wedding of Pierre.

Children of Pierre and Catherine:

i. Nicholas Pierre Carco ( 82), born ~1710 in Dunkirk, France.

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166. Louis Assailly dit Tranchemontagne & 167. Marie Therese Bret [Fra, AL]

9/5/1686, Louis born in the parish of St. Andre, Niort, France.
~1705 Marie born in the parish of Notre Dame, La Rochelle, France d/o 334. Louis Bret & 335. Elizabeth Roy.
Marie married 1st Michel Toret.
9/16/1719, Louis was put on the ship Duke De Noailles, commanded by M. Couttant, departing from the Roadstead of Chef De Baye [La Rochelle]. Louis Assay, 50, 5’0”, laborer, dealer in contraband salt. (S) 1st Families of LA, V1, P66. [Other possibilities: 21 March 1719: Listed on the ship St. Louis bound for Louisiana from La Rochelle: among deserters & others exiled by order of the court: Tranchemontagne (from Perigord), age 30. – 10 August 1720, on the ship Elephant bound for Louisiana: troops include Tranche Montagne.]
9/16/1719, Louis arrived in LA.
4/14/1724, “On 14 April 1724, I, the undersigned, certify having administered the holy sacrament of baptism with the usual ceremonies by the holy church to a boy born of legitimate marriage between Louis Assailly and Marie Theresa Bret, who have signed with me the same day and year as above.” /s/ Louis Bret, /s/ Father Claude, Cure of Mobile. (S) SRAoM, #406. [Since they were married 2 weeks later, there must have been a civil ceremony prior to the church wedding].
5/1/1724, Louis married Marie in a church-sanctioned wedding. “On 1 May 1724, I, the undersigned, Father Claude, Capuchin Apostolic Missionary Priest and Cure of Mobile, certify having given the nuptial blessing and received he mutual consent with the ceremonies prescribed by the Holy Church to Mr Louis Assailly, native of Niord, parish of St. Andre, and Therese Bret, native of La Rochelle, Notre Dame Parish, in presence of the witnesses who signed with me.” (S) SRAoM, #393. Witnesses signing were : (Louis) Bourbon; (Antoine) Marie; Louis Bret; (Marc Antoine) Huche; (Delasalle); (Elie). (S) Love’s Legacy, P5. See CD Misc Graphics for image of marriage agreement.
1/1/1726 Census of the Louisiana Colony at Mobile: Trenchmontagne, wife, 2 children.
4/6/1726, Louis witnessed the declaration of Mr. Flaucour that he had never been married. (S) Love’s Legacy, P37.
4/8/1726 Marie witnessed the wedding of her sister Marie Louise. (S) Love’s legacy, P39.
8/8/1726, “On 8 August 1726, I, a Capuchin Apostolic Missionary Priest have baptized with the ordinary ceremonies of the Church Joseph Claude, son of Louis Assaily, resident, and Theresa Bret, his parents in legitimate marriage, born 1 August. Godparents were Joseph Barbau dit Boisdore and Louise Bret, who named him Joseph Claude. In faith of which I have signed with the Godmother and Godfather on the day and year as above.” (S) SRAoM, #474.
2/1727 Marie, at Fort Conde in Mobile, was the godmother to her nephew Joseph Etenne, s/o her sister Jeanne. She signed the certificate. (S) SRAoM, #493.
2/23/1727 a Negro slave of Louis Assailly dit Tranchemontagne was baptized and named Marie Theresa. (S) SRAoM, #494.
7/6/1728, “On 6 July 1728, I, a Capuchin Apostolic Missionary Priest, in my function as Cure at Fort Conde of Mobile, have baptized with the ordinary ceremonies of the Church a girl born of the legitimate marriage between Louis Assailly and Marie Theresa Brette, her parents. Godparent were Louis Bourbon, resident, and Francoise Paillet, wife of Mr Baudin, who gave her the name Marie Theresa. In faith of which I have signed with the witnesses below.” /s/ Burbon, /s/ Father Mathias, Cure. (S) SRAoM, #548.
2/11/1730, “On 11 February 1730, I, a Capuchin Apostolic Missionary Priest, in my function as Cure at Fort Conde of Mobile, have baptized a boy born the same day of Louis Assailly (Saillier), a resident, and Theresa Bret, his parents in legitimate marriage. Godparents were Robert Talon, Master Cabinet Maker, and Jeanne Praux, wife of said Talon. In faith of which I have signed with the godfather the day and year as above. The godmother made her mark because she could not sign.” /s/ Father Mathias, Cure. (S) SRAoM, #600.
1/3/1731, Louis is the godfather to his nephew Louis Boisdore, s/o Marie’s sister Louise. (S) SRAoM, #641.
4/5/1732, “On 5 April 1732, I, a Capuchin Apostolic Missionary Priest, in my function as Cure at Fort Conde of Mobile, have baptized with the ordinary ceremonies of the Church a girl born on 3 April 1732 of the legitimate marriage of Louis Assailly dit Tranchemontagne, resident, and Theresa Bret, her parents. Godparents were Pierre Domail and Anne L’Ange, who gave her the name of Anne. In faith of which I have signed the day and year as above. The godparents mad only their marks, not knowing how to write to sign.” /s/ Father Mathias, Cure. (S) SRAoM, #652.
3/5/1733, Marie, at Fort Conde, is the godmother to Jean Burat. (S) SRAoM, #680. She signed the record with the priest.
10/21/1734, “On October 21st 1734, I a Capucin priest, Curate of Mobile, vicar general of the Bishop of Quebec, have officiated at the ceremony of th baptism of a boy born yesterday of the legitimate marriage of Louis Assaley called Trauchemontagne and of Marie Therese Brette, his father and mother; done at home by the midwife of a danger of death; he had for godfather Sieur Jean Baptiste Charitoy, procureur for Jean Bonaventure Robert and for godmother Jeanne Kerrourette who have given him the name of Jean Bonaventure, in faith of which I have signed with the godfather and the godmother the day and year as given.” /s/ f. Mathias, Pre., C. Vic. Gnal. (S) SRAoM, #727.
1/13/1737, “On January 13th 1737, I a Capucin missionary and apostolic priest, Cure at Fort Conde of Mobile, have baptized with the usual ceremonies of the Church a girl born on the previous day of the legitimate marriage of Louis Assailly of Niort, parish of St Andre, diocese of Poitiers, and of Theresa Bret, parish of Notre Dame of the city of La Rochelle; the godfather was Nicholas Aubran, the godmother Marie Real who have given her the name of Marie. The godfather has signed with me, the godmother has stated that she cannot sign this request; done at Mobile the day and year as given.” /s/ f. Jean Francois, Cure. (S) SRAoM, #785.
3/13/1739, “On March 13th 1739, I a Capucin missionary and apostolic priest, curate at Fort Conde of Mobile, have administered with the usual ceremonies of the church the sacrament of baptism to a boy born on the 9th of the same month of the same year of the legitimate marriage of Louis Assailly of Nyort and of Therese Brett of La Rochelle, his wife; the godfather was Blaise St Martin, king’s butcher, and the godmother madame his wife who have given him the name of Blaise, in faith of which godfather has signed with me and his wife has made her customary mark the day and year as given.” /s/ f. Amand, Capucin Cure. (S) SRAoM, #857.
(S) Abstracts of the Civil Records of St. John the Baptist Parish by Glenn Conrad.

Family notes:
• The name appears in other Louisiana archives with different spellings. Their son Louis was baptized as Sallier in 1730.
• 1744, The white population of Pointe Coupee as recorded in French documents was 60. The black population 200. Tobacco was the main product. (S) History of Louisiana, Charles Gayarre, 1852.
• 1730–1750, Joseph Assailly is a prominent merchant in New Orleans. (S) LHQ Vol. 10 (1927), No. 2, P274, Records of the Superior Council of Louisiana. 1740, Joseph’s wife is named Jeanne Creuze; & he had a sister named Amriette Assailly.
• Guillaume Pepin dit Tranchmontagne and others with this “dit” are documented in Canada.

Children of Louis and Theresa:

i. Louis Sallier, born 4/14/1724 in AL.
1730, baptized. (S) Love’s Legacy, P5.

ii. Joseph Claude Assailly, born 8/1/1726 in AL.

iii. Marie Theresa Assailly, born 7/16/1728 in AL.
4/26/1752 in St. Francis, Pointe Coupee, LA, Marie 1st married Louis Joseph Rouillard dit St. Cyr, born 5/10/1707 in Batiscan, Quebec. He died in Edgar, St. John Parish, LA.
2/1775 Marie married Jean Baptiste Curot.
1/2/1778 Marie died in St. James Parish, LA.

iv. Unnamed [male] Assailly, born 2/11/1730 in AL.
[His name was probably Robert since that was the name of his godfather.]

v. Anne Theresa Assailly dit Trenchmontagne ( 83), born 4/3/1732 in AL.

vi. Jean Bonaventure Assailly, born 10/20/1734 in AL.
9/9/1776 in St. Francis, Pointe Coupee, LA, Jean married Marie Anne Victoire Richelieu born in Chateau Doleron, France.
8/24/1771 Jean died in Pointe Coupee, LA,.

vii. Marie Isabelle Assailly, born 1/12/1737 in Mobile. (S) Family notes.
4/26/1752 in St. Francis, Pointe Coupee, LA, Marie married Jean Pierre Cuvillier, born ~1727 in Avoyelles, LA. (S) Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records: V1 (1707-1769), P166.
7/7/1783 Jean died in Edgar, St. John Parish, LA.
5/31/1787 Marie died in Edgar, St. John Parish, LA; she was living with daughter Perinne and her family when she died.
Children:
Marie Therese Cuvillier, born 1/12/1753 in Pointe Coupee, LA; bapt. 2/4/1753.
6/23/1767 in St. Francis, Pointe Coupee, LA she married Christophe Morin, born 1750 in St. Thomas, Canada, s/o Augustin & Charlotte Langlois.
Perinne Cuvillier, born 8/18/1755 in Pointe Coupee, LA; bapt. 9/1755.
4/28/1772 in St. Francis, Pointe Coupee, LA she married Antoine Vicner, born 11/5/1745 in St. Charles Parish, German Coast, LA.
(S) 1784 census of the German Coast: Antoin Vicner, wife Perine Cuvelier…
(S) 1810 Census, LA, St. John Parish.
7/24/1824 she died in Edgar, St. John Parish, LA.
Marie Marguerite Cuvillier, born 8/23/1757 in Pointe Coupee, LA; bapt. 11/6/1757.
4/2/1777 in St. Francis, Pointe Coupee, LA she married David Vicner, born 11/5/1745 in St. Charles Parish, German Coast, LA.
10/15/1781 she died in Edgar, St. John Parish, LA.
Jean Pierre Cuvillier, born 1/25/1760 in Pointe Coupee, LA.
5/20/1780 in Edgar, St. John Parish, LA he married Marie Josephe Picou, born 1/19/1755 in New Orleans, LA.
Aft. 1812 he died in LA.
Felicite Marie Cuvillier, born 3/2/1762 in Pointe Coupee, LA; bapt. 3/30/1762.
~1780 in Edgar, St. John Parish, LA, she married Laurent Normand.
(S) 1784 census of the German Coast: Laurence Normand, wife Marie Cuvelie…
Augustin Cuvillier, born 9/4/1763 in Pointe Coupee, LA.
Marie Anne Cuvillier, born 2/7/1765 in [New Roads] Pointe Coupee, LA; bapt. 3/21/1765.
6/11/1782 in Edgar, St. John Parish, LA she married Jean Alexis Picou , born 6/7/1757 in New Orleans, LA.
(S) 1784 census of the German Coast: Alexis Picou, wife Mariane Cuvelier (residents)…
Aft. 1804 she died.
Marie Celeste Cuvillier, born 9/16/1767 in Pointe Coupee, LA; bapt. 10/17/1767.
7/19/1779 she died in Pointe Coupee, LA.
Jean Joseph Cuvillier, born 5/11/1770 in Pointe Coupee, LA; bapt. 6/20/1770.
6/29/1790 in Edgar, St. John Parish, LA he married Cecile Vilique , born 9/1772.
(S) 1810 Census, LA, St. John Parish.
Antoine Cuvillier, born 1/27/1775 in Edgar, St. John Parish, LA; bapt. 4/30/1775.
11/4/1800 in Edgar, St. John Parish, LA, he married Marie Josephe Normand , born 9/11/1781 in Edgar, St. John Parish, LA.
(S) 1810 Census, LA, St. John Parish.
9/22/1828 he died in Plattenville, Assumption, LA.
Constance Cuvillier, born 1/8/1778 in Pointe Coupee, LA; bapt. 4/21/1778.
8/20/1800 in St. Martinville, St. Martin, LA he married Marie Saulnier.

viii. Blaise Assailly, born 3/9/1739 at Fort Conde de la Mobile, AL.

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