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1 20 Oct 1967 Source (S56)
 
2 Abram and Nancy Heard left Georgia and moved to McMinn County, Tennessee. Abram took up 1,280 acres of land on the Savannah River in the spring of 1822, but in June he was killed by an Indian, and his widow received the land grant. The farm is now called Savannah Farm. Family F5002
 
3 Arbour, Annie Leona
A homemaker and resident of Apollo Beach, Fla., she died at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2005, at Sun City Center, Fla. She was 85 and a native of Baker. Visiting was at Rabenhorst Funeral Home, 825 Government St., from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 14. Religious service in the funeral home chapel at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 15, conducted by Pastor David Gradnigo. Interment in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Baker. She is survived by her daughter, Rhonda Nunez and husband Tony, Apollo Beach; two sisters, Kay Pelletier, Pride, and Fay Bedell, Denham Springs; a brother, Charles Law, Baker; four grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Clarence Arbour; three sisters, Yvonne Warren, Marie Hodgeson and Louise Miller; and two brothers, Walker and Dan Law. Pallbearers will be Joe Nunez, John Nunez, Jeremy Nunez and Justin Nunez.
Published in The Advocate from 1/14/2005 - 1/15/2005. 
Law, Annie Leona (I4738)
 
4 Articles of agreement entered into this 4th day of December, 1810; Benjamin Jewell on the one part, and Sophie Prevost on the other. 'Whereas, the said Benjamin Jewell and Sophie Prevost have cohabited for several years past, and have had eight children.

The said B. Jewell, on his part, consents and engages that the said Sophie Prevost shall have under her sole and absolute control, and free from all restraint or control by the said B. Jewell, the following children, viz.: Juliana, Daniel, and Washington, each child having its clothing. The said Sophie Prevost, on her part, engages and consents, that the said B. Jewell shall have under his sole and absolute control, and free from all restraint or control by the said Sophie Prevost, the following children, viz.: Benjamin, Joseph, Hannah, Hetty, and Delia, with their clothing. The said Sophie is to pay all the expenses of clothing, education, and maintenance of the children above allotted to her; and the said Benjamin Jewell is to pay all the expenses of clothing, education, and maintenance of the children allotted to him; and moreover engages to pay for one year's schooling, viz., the sum of $40 for the child Juliana, in order to complete her schooling. 
Family F3408
 
5 At one time I entered the surname LaCroix as the wife of William Joseph Wetzel, but I did not record the source of this information. Later, I learned that upon Wetzel's death, his wife was Evelyn Bienvenu. Family F1434
 
6 Church records contain two entries relating to the marriage of Antoine Dupuis and Sophie Daigre, one dated 14 October 1816 and the other dated 15 October 1816. It appears that perhaps the marriage was performed at St. Gabriel and then recorded at St. Joseph. Family F2920
 
7 Church records contain two entries relating to this marriage. One shows the date of the marriage as 5 March 1810, and the second shows the date of the marriage as 31 January 1811. Family F2918
 
8 DAIGRE, Olivier--34 yrs. old; b. Sept. 1732 at Riviere aux
Canards, Acadie; brother of Honore DAIGRE,
Simon-Pierre DAIGRE, Jean Charles DAIGRE, Paul
DAIGRE, and Francoise DAIGRE. Married a first
time in Aug. 1755.
Marie Blanche LEBLANC--his wife; 24 yrs. old; b. Aug.
1743 at Riviere aux Canards, Acadie; d. before
1785 at Paimboeuf; she is the daughter of
Charles LEBLANC.
Victor DAIGRE--his son; 4 yrs. old; b. 24 Dec. 1761
Michel DAIGRE--his son; d. 1 May 1766 at age 30 mths.

The family was held at Falmouth, England;
entered France at Morlaix; nine other children
were born in Belle-Ile; the family embarked for
Louisiana in 1785 on the Beaumont; family no.
26 at Chubiguer, Le Palais. 
Family F384
 
9 Death certificate indicates he died of pulmonary consumption at 112 Elysian Fields Street. He lived in New Orleans for 30 years. Certificate from Merchant's Insurance of New Orleans indicates he also owned property at Elysian Fields. Wallbillich, Joseph Frances (I9237)
 
10 Death certificate states she died of carcinoma of the stomach at the New Orleans Sanitarium. Alcorn, Elizabeth (I9225)
 
11 Did not marry. Social Security No.: 434-10-5713 (LA). Wallbillich, Leonie Virginia (I9236)
 
12 Died at age five months. LaBauve, Thomas Wilfred (I3062)
 
13 Died at age nine months. Beatty, Stephanie Hope (I1123)
 
14 Died at age nine months. Arbour, Cyrille Sidney (I1638)
 
15 Died at age ninety-nine-and-one-half years. Willard, Martha (I3787)
 
16 Died at age one day. Chambliss, Brenda Darnell (I4783)
 
17 Died at age seven weeks. Reid, Gordon Brady (I4807)
 
18 Died at age three months. Arbour, Alice (I1625)
 
19 Died at age three months. St. Paul, Alice Marie (I4961)
 
20 Died at age three years. St. Paul, Edward John (I4962)
 
21 Died at age two-and-one-half-years. Bergeron, Joseph Arthur (I4118)
 
22 Died at an early age. Arbour, Nola Jean (I1667)
 
23 Died at sea crossing to France after the expulsion from Acadia. Boudrot, Marie (I1913)
 
24 Died at sea crossing to France after the expulsion from Acadia. Boudrot, Paul (I2820)
 
25 Died at sea crossing to France after the expulsion from Acadia. Boudrot, Charles (I2821)
 
26 Died at sea crossing to France after the expulsion from Acadia. Boudrot, Marguerite (I2822)
 
27 Died at sea crossing to France after the expulsion from Acadia. Boudrot, Benjamin (I2823)
 
28 Died at sea crossing to France after the expulsion from Acadia. Pitre, Joseph (I6577)
 
29 Died at sea crossing to France after the expulsion from Acadia. Boudrot, Elisabeth Isabelle (I6578)
 
30 Died in 1815 (according to the Raleigh paper "from camp fever" - which means either typhoid or typhus fever, both are called "camp fever".) He was a milita private in the War of 1812, and that's where he contracted this malady, due to unclean water and poor hygiene. Perry, Solomon Ruffin (I2485)
 
31 Died in action in the Civil War. Perry, Eugene Osceola (I2601)
 
32 Died in action in WW-II. Bott, Elmo Martin Jr. (I3664)
 
33 Died in boat accident while in college. Not married. Wallbillich, Joseph J. (I9235)
 
34 Died in infancy. Knox, Mary Given (I1678)
 
35 Died in infancy. Arbour, Joseph Charles (I1778)
 
36 Died in infancy. Arbour, Marie Celeste (I1779)
 
37 Died in infancy. Arbour, Marie (I4160)
 
38 Died in infancy. Arbour, Marie Louise (I5091)
 
39 Died in infancy. McGraw, Purvis Eugene (I10980)
 
40 Died in the Civil War. Perry, Harwood Earl (I2604)
 
41 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hopkins, Kimberly Lynn (I6686)
 
42 FAMILY:

Church record indicate that an infant child of Firmin Arbour and Rosalie Poirier was buried on 7 Sep 1806. The name of the child is not given.

There also appears to be an error in the recording of the birth date of either Rosalia or Marie Genovefa, since their birth dates are given as just over one month apart. 
Arbour, Jean Lewis Firmin (I6)
 
43 Francois-Alexandre Daigle, Rose-Adelaide Bourg, his wife and two children: Emelie-Adelaide and Francois-Joseph were passengers (Family No. 23) aboard Le Beaumont, which departed France on June 11, 1785 and arrived in Louisiana on August 19, 1786. Daigre, Francois Alexandre (I7915)
 
44 Grave marker gives middle initial of I. Wallbillich, Eleonora D. (I12006)
 
45 Her name is given as Susie in the 1910 U.S. Census Easley, Edith V. (I10835)
 
46 Hilary Kendall Vignes gave the date of birth as 5 Apr 1845, but the grave marker gives 5 Apr 1842. Ketteringham, William Kendall (I9030)
 
47 I have found no birth or baptism record for Alphonse Oubre. His parents are identified in his marriage record. Oubre, Alphonse (I7493)
 
48 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Stark, Eric Calvin (I748)
 
49 In the 1870 census the name is given as Robert B. Gause. Gause, Capt. Robert Benjamin (I2603)
 
50 Index and images. FamilySearch. https://familysearch.org : accessed 2012. Source (S144)
 

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