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101 According to Curtiss Frederic Haines Curtiss, Betha was born 17 May 1695-96. Curtiss, Bethia (I3080)
 
102 According to Dictionnaire National Des Canadiens Francois, Vol. III, page 1544, we learn that : Robert Drouin was born in 1607, at Pin, in Perche, France. He arrived in Canada in 1635 and settled at Beauport on the fief (freeland) of Cloutier. A year after his arrival, Robert R. Drouin signed his contract of marriage to Anne Cloutier, which was the first such contract in Canada. Having married the Daughter of the owner of this freeland Cloutier, Anne Cloutier and Robert Drouin became the owners of the land, the second piece on the west bank of Riviere aux Chiens, in the Parish of Chateau Richer.

About the Cloutier family,from the Dictionary of the Canadians of Francois, Vol. III, page 1484, that Zacherie Cloutier married Xaincte Dupont in St. Jean, in Perche, France, on July 18, 1616. During the winter of 1633-34, a doctor, Robert Giffard, who had become seigneur (lord of the manor) de Beauport, recruited "censitaires" for his seigneurie (censors; audit). In a contract signed in Perche, France, he gave the freeland of Cloutier at Beauport to Zacherie Cloutier. At the end of March 1644, forty-two people, among whom were Zacherie and his wife Xaincte and their five children, embarked at La Rochelle, France for Canada.

On July 1644, Zacherie began the construction of the residence of the seigneur of Beauport, as well as the parish church at Quebec and that of Fort St. Louis. Until 1670, he lived on his land of Cloutier, clearing and cultivating the land.

Zacherie and Xaincte were able to celebrate their Golden and even their Diamond Wedding Anniversaries. Zacherie died in 1677 and his wife died 1680. 
Drouin, Robert II (I951)
 
103 According to family lore, Marie Antoinette QUEBEDEAU may have been adopted. Quebedeau, Marie Antoinette (I201)
 
104 According to Louis's probate, he died on the first of the month. It is therefore assumed that the date on the tombstone index is the date of burial. Dufilho, Louis Sr. (I421)
 
105 According to sources, his death was either the 23rd or 25th of October. According to some sources, he may have actually died in Montague, Massachusettes instead of Thetford. Hinckley, Colonel Oramel (I1285)
 
106 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F147
 
107 According to the research of Virginia Norton Herring, Orran was born in the year 1807. Norton, Orran Hawley (I2157)
 
108 According to TPGS' St. Joseph Book 1989, p 14 this was the site for the Firmin Lacapere tomb. Described as "Very old brick tomb; crumbling and needs to be repaired; Marble slab lying on top" the remains have likely been moved. Daspit St. Amand, Pierre Jr. (I459)
 
109 Act reported.
Marriage
Luc Gl. Hollier
Juliette Desbordes

[In] The Year One Thousand Seven hundred [&) Sixty-five, [on] the nineteenth of February, after having published one bann of marriage during the parochial mass of the parish of the Pointe-Coupée the third of the same month, (the) day of the “septuagésime” [i.e. the ninth week before Easter], between Mister Luc Glaude [sic.] Hollier, (wine-)merchant, (a) native of Nantes in Brittany, parish of St Nicholas, son of (the) late Luc Hollier and of (the) late Jeanne Hordroneau, his father and mother, of the one part, and between Juliette Desbordes, (a) native of New Orleans, daughter of Claude Desbordes and of Marguerite Kintereck, her father and mother, of the other part, not having found any impediment to the said marriage, and seen the certificate of the Reverend Father Hilaire, Capuchin apostolic missionary, Superior of the mission and apostolic prothonotary [i.e. chief clerk] of the publication of the one bann of the said marriage at the parish of New Orleans, and the exemption of the two other banns, and the letter of “recedo” [i.e. performance], I, (the) under-signed priest, Capuchin apostolic missionary, Parish Priest of the Pointe-Coupée and of the Opeloussas, given (that) I myself am transported for the Celebration of the said marriage and to exercise some other functions of my ministry, have received their consent mutual, and have given them the nuptial Blessing in the presence of the witnesses under-signed, this day and year as below. - Signed
L. Hollier, Juliette Desbordes, Courtableau, Marguerite Kintereck Desbordes, Kintereck, Dress-designer, Saintmont, Bruneau, Jean-Louis, Charles Barré, Knight, F. Frenée, Cap[tain].

[Source: St. Francis Catholic Church Marriage Certificates (Pointe Coupee, Louisiana, St. Francis Catholic Church), certificate for Luc Claude Hollier and Juliette Desbordes, volume PCP-4, page 3, married 19 Feb 1765, issued 3 Apr 2000. Transcribed September 2014 by Transcription Services Ltd., www.transcriptionservicesltd.com.] 
Family F37
 
110 Acte de baptême de Marie BERTRAND le 4 décembre 1774 à BERGERAC

Le 4ème décembre 1774 a été baptisée Marie BERTRAN, née le dernier novembre de ladite année, fille légitime de Pierre BERTRAN faure [sic], et de Marie GROSSATAU, habitant à Rieudelaisse.

Parrain : Jean COUNOR, marraine : Marie FALGUIER.

Présents Isaac et Pierre LAGUIONIE, du bourg, qui ont dit ne savoir signer.
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Baptismal record of Mary BERTRAND, 4 December 1774, at BERGERAC

On the 4th December 1774 was baptized Marie BERTRAN, born the last of November of that year, legitimate daughter of Pierre BERTRAN faure [sic], and of Marie GROSSATAU, living in Rieudelaisse.

Godfather: Jean COUNOR, godmother: Marie FALGUIER.

Present from the town, Isaac and Pierre LAGOUIONIE who said they did not know how to write their names. 
Bertrand, Marie (I1057)
 
111 Acte de décès de Marie BERTRAND, le 8 février 1855 à BERGERAC

Du huit du mois de février 1855, à 3 heures du soir,

Acte de décès de Marie BERTRAND, veuve de Jean GRASSET LATOUR, âgée de 79 ans, native de la commune de Lamonzie-Saint Martin, arrondissement de Bergerac, décédée le jour d'hier à 7 heures du soir rue Clérac à Bergerac...
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Death certificate of Mary BERTRAND, February 8, 1855 in BERGERAC

The eighth of February 1855, 3 o'clock at night,

Death certificate of Marie BERTRAND, widow of Jean Grasset Latour, aged 79, native of the commune of Lamonzie-Saint Martin, arrondisement of Bergerac, died yesterday at 7 in the evening, rue Clérac, Bergerac. 
Bertrand, Marie (I1057)
 
112 Acte de décès de Marie Généreuse GRASSET LATOUR, le 19 février 1836 à BERGERAC

Du dix neuf du mois de février 1836, à 9 heures du matin,

Acte de décès de Marie Généreuse GRASSET LATOUR, sans profession, âgée de 38 ans, native et habitante de Bergerac, épouse de sieur Ele GIRON, tailleur d'habits, fille de feu GRASSET LATOUR et de Marie BERTRAND, décédée hier au soir à 8 h rue Salargue à Bergerac...

N.B : Marie Généreuse meurt quelques mois après son mariage, des suites de ses couches, après avoir donné naissance le 4 février 1836 à Bergerac, à un petit garçon : Pierre GIRON.

Cet enfant ne survivra pas non plus, car il meurt 9 jours après sa mère, le 27 février à 23 jours.
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Death certificate of Mary Généreuse Grasset Latour, 19 February 1836 in Bergerac

On the nineteen of February 1836, at 9:00 in the morning,

Death Certificate of Marie Généreuse Grasset Latour unemployed, aged 38, native and resident of Bergerac, wife of Mr. Ele Giron, a tailor, daughter of the late Grasset Latour and Marie Bertrand, deceased last night at 8:00 at rue Salargue in Bergerac...

Note: Marie Généreuse died a few months after her marriage, as a result of child birth, after giving birth on 4 February 1836 in Bergerac, to a little boy: Pierre Giron.

This child will not survive either, as he died nine days after his mother, on February 27 at 23 days of age. 
Grasset Latour, Marie Généreuse (I2698)
 
113 Acte de mariage de Marie Généreuse GRASSET LATOUR et de Elie GIRON, le 2 avril 1835 à BERGERAC

Résumé de l'acte

Elie GIRON, tailleur d'habits, natif et habitant de Bergerac, âgé de 38 ans et 10 mois, veuf de Marie DAUJE, fils de feus Pierre GIRON, ex tailleur et d'Anne BERTRAND.

Marie Généreuse GRASSET LATOUR, couturière, native de la ville de LA ROCHELLE, habite avec sa mère à Bergerac, âgée de 38 ans, fille aînée, majeure de feu sieur Jean GRASSET LATOUR, Capitaine d'infanterie et de Marie BERTRAND.

. Acte de naissance de l'époux : Bergerac, le 16 Prairial an 4
. Acte de naissance de l'épouse : La Rochelle, le 12 Ventose an 5
. Acte de décès du père de l'épouse : mort à PERPIGNAN, le 13 juillet 1811

Les époux signent l'acte. Marie BERTRAND ne sait pas signer.

N.B : Deux départements nouveaux apparaissaient dans cet acte :
La Rochelle en Charente Maritime et Perpignan dans les Pyrénées Orientales.

Acte très important car donne la date et le lieu du décès de Jean GRASSET LATOUR, ainsi que la date et le lieu de naissance de sa fille aînée.
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Marriage of Marie Généreuse Grasset Latour and Elie Giron, 2 Apri 1835 in BERGERAC

Summary of the agreement

Elie Giron, a tailor, a native and resident of Bergerac, age 38 and 10 months, widower of Marie Dauje, son of the late Pierre Giron, former tailor, and Anne Bertrand.

Marie Généreuse Grasset Latour, a seamstress, native of the city of La Rochelle, lives with her mother in Bergerac, age 38, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Jean Grasset Latour, captain in the infantry and Marie Bertrand.

. Birth certificate of spouse: Bergerac, 16 Prairial, year 4
. Birth certificate of wife: La Rochelle, 12 Ventose, year 5
. Death certificate of the father of the bride: death in Perprignan, 13 July 1811

The couple signed the act. Marie BERTRAND did not know how to sign her name.

N.B.: Two new departments appeared in this marriage certificate:
La Rochelle in Charente Maritime and Perpignan in the Pyrenees Orientales.

This marriage certificate is as very important as it gives the date and place of death of Jean Grasset Latour, and the date and place of birth of his eldest daughter. 
Family F981
 
114 Acte de naissance de Jean Homehara GRASSET LATOUR, le 27 Fructidor an 12 à BERGERAC

né le 26 Fructidor an 12 = 13 septembre 1804

Du vingt sept jour du mois de Fructidor l'an douze de la République Française,

Acte de naissance de Jean Homehara GRASSET LATOUR, né le jour d'hier à huit heures du soir, fils de Jean GRASSET LATOUR, commis négociant et de Marie BERTRAND, conjoints, demeurant à Bergerac.

Le sexe de l'enfant a été reconnu être masculin.

Premier témoin : Mathieu PEYROU, commissaire de police, âgé de 63 ans, demeurant à Bergerac,
Second témoin : Jean LESPINASSE, secrétaire à la présente mairie, âgé de 31 ans, demeurant aussi à Bergerac.

Sur la réquisition à nous faite par ledit Jean GRASSET LATOUR, père du nouveau né, ici présent et lecture du présent acte a été faite en exécution de la loi.

Et ont signé.

Constaté suivant la loi, par moi, Jean BOISSIERE, maire de Bergerac, faisant les fonctions d'officier public de l'état civil.
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Birth of Jean Homehara Grasset Latour, 27 Fructidor Year 12 at Bergerac

born 26 Fructidor Year 12 = 13 September 1804

On the 27th day of the month of Fructidor year twelve of the French Republic,

Birth certification of Jean Homehara Grasset Latour, born yesterday at eight o'clock in the evening, son of Jean Grasset Latour, assistant merchand, and Marie Bertrand, husband and wife, residing in Bergerac.

The sex of the child was found to be male.

First witness: Mathieu Peyrou, police commissioner, age 63, residing in Bergerac
Second witness: Jean Lespinasse, secretary to the present Town Hall, age 31, also residing in Bergerac.

On the requistion made to us by said Jean Grasset Latour, father of the newborn, present here and having reading this certificate as required by law.

And signed it.

Recognized under law, by me, Jean Valeton Boissière, Mayor de Bergerac, executing the duties of public officer of vital statistics. 
Grasset Latour, Jean Homehara (I2703)
 
115 Acte de naissance de Magdeleine Cora GRASSET LATOUR, le 7 Germinal an 10 à BERGERAC

née le 6 Germinal an 10= 27 mars 1802

Du septième jour du mois de Germinal l'an dix de la République Française,

Acte de naissance de Magdeleine Cora GRASSET LATOUR, née le six du courant à six heures du matin, fille de Jean GRASSET LA-TOUR, Capitaine de la 3 ème compagnie de la 63 ème 1/2 brigade et de Marie BERTRAND, conjoints, demeurant à Bergerac.

Le sexe de l'enfant a été reconnu être féminin.

Premier témoin : Anne GRASSET LATOUR, tante paternelle de la nouvelle née, âgée de 25 ans, demeurant à Bergerac,
Second témoin : Pierre GOUNOULHOU, âgé de 63 ans, demeurant à Bergerac.

Sur la réquisition à nous faite par ledit Jean GRASSET LATOUR, père de la nouvelle née, ici présent.

Constaté suivant la loi, par moi, Jean VALETON BOISSIERE, maire de Bergerac, faisant les fonctions d'officier public de l'état civil.
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Birth certificate of Magdeleine Cora Grasset Latour, Germinal 7, year 10 in Bergerac

born 6 Germinal year 10 = 27 March 1802

The seventh day of Germinal in year ten of the French Republic,

Birth certificate of Magdeleine Cora Grasset Latour, born this sixth day at six in the morning, daughter of Jean Grasset Latour, Captain of the 3rd company of the 63rd 1/2Brigade and Marie Bertrand, husband and wife, residing in Bergerac.

The sex of the child was found to be female.

First witness: Anne Grasset Latour, paternal aunt of the new born, aged 25, residing in Bergerac
Second Witness: Peter Gounoulhou, aged 63, residing in Bergerac.

On the requisition made to us by said Jean Grasset Latour, father of the newborn, here present.

Recognized under law, by me, Jean Valeton Boissière, Mayor de Bergerac, executing the duties of public officer of vital statistics.
 
Grasset Latour, Magdelaine Cora (I2702)
 
116 Actes de naissances des registres civils et paroissiaux originaux des communes et paroisses du département de la Marne, Châlons-en-Champagne: Centre Généalogique et Héraldique de la Marne Source (S257)
 
117 Actual date of death may be 28 Feb 1925, as shown in his obituary. However, the date listed on the official death certificate is 2 Mar 1925. Dufilho, Charles Remi (I417)
 
118 Adam Olidon/Odilon/Odeleon Romero, Odilon (I4864)
 
119 Adaucte or Aduct. Hollier, Adauct David (I3842)
 
120 Adelaide or Adelayda. Hollier, Adelaide (I82)
 
121 Adele or Odile. Hollier, Odile (I4713)
 
122 Adele Toledano was the only issue of the second marriage of Jerome Toledano and Adele Guillotte. Toledano, Adele (I2805)
 
123 Adelis B. Hollier
Feb 2, 1887
Apr 20, 1959 
Berza, Adelis (I4212)
 
124 Adelmand or Adelina Cormier, Adelmand (I4052)
 
125 Adia, Eddie Hollier, Eddie (I4462)
 
126 Adopted (Orphan Train Rider)
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Hollier, John Smith (I3283)
 
127 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2385)
 
128 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1407)
 
129 After the settlement of his father's estate, Charles who owned the home place sold out and moved to Vincennes, Indiana, where he and his wife both died of the diseases of the country and their only son Oramel was taken possession of by a Mr. Wood and was removed to Mobile, Alabama, together with the property of which Wood had possession. This Oramel is eventually settled in Louisiana and is the progenitor of the Louisiana Hinckleys. ["Orramel Hinckley and Family Papers, Mss. 1151, 1317, 970"; LSU Special Collections.]

Arthur Latham Hinckley, Jr. notes that he has a letter written by Caroline (Hinckley) Latham to Orramel Strong Hinckley. In this letter Caroline writes that Orramel & Lydia (Strong) Hinckley died within a few weeks of each other and since Charles was the oldest, it was thought best for him to have the homestead and make a home for his sisters and brothers. He married the following spring (1812). Caroline left home when Oramel was about 3 yeras old. Not long afterwards, Charles "removed to the West." 
Hinckley, Charles (I1283)
 
130 Age 16 months. Hollier, Sophie (I123)
 
131 Age 17 yrs. Hollier, Theodule (I125)
 
132 Age 21 yrs. 11 mths. Hollier, Louisa Marie (I202)
 
133 Age 40 Hollier, Alexis (I4756)
 
134 Age 42 Boÿet, Marie Anne (I581)
 
135 Age 5 Hollier, Louis Armand (I3990)
 
136 Age 75, Name on Plot Montgomery, Date of Burial 6/3/1959, Ref: Cemetery Records Montgomery, Samuel Herbert (I5970)
 
137 Age at death is assumed to be incorrect in Fr. Hebert's reference. Garcie, Marie Emerante Gabriel (I4588)
 
138 Age at Death: 103 Wells, Lonnie Rayburn (I3856)
 
139 Age at Death: 23 Hollier, Evariste (I87)
 
140 Age at Death: 31 Hollier, Murphy (I5083)
 
141 Age at Death: 36 Hollier, Wilfred Jr. (I4661)
 
142 Age at Death: 47 Hurst, Floyd Edward (I5243)
 
143 Age at Death: 48 Fabacher, Clarence John Sr. (I5610)
 
144 Age at Death: 55 Hollier, Whitney (I4107)
 
145 Age at Death: 55 Hollier, Edmond Ray (I4582)
 
146 Age at Death: 56 Hollier, Flavie (I4882)
 
147 Age at Death: 56 Hollier, Clarence Jean (I4925)
 
148 Age at Death: 56 Wood, Betty Ann (I4153)
 
149 Age at Death: 58 Gilbert, Ned George (I5259)
 
150 Age at Death: 58 Hollier, Wallace Joseph Jr. (I4405)
 

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