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Antoine Daspit St. Amand

Antoine Daspit St. Amand

Male 1757 - 1844  (87 years)

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  • Name Antoine Daspit St. Amand  [1, 2
    Born 27 Feb 1757  St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Male 
    Died 31 Oct 1844  St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried St Louis Cemetery #1, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    • M4-85
    Person ID I540  Hollier & Dufilho
    Last Modified 14 May 2017 

    Father Dominique Daspit St. Amand,   b. 1728, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Nov 1781, St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 53 years) 
    Relationship Natural 
    Mother Francoise Pujole,   b. 1736, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1794, St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 58 years) 
    Relationship Natural 
    Family ID F138  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Celeste Eldemair,   d. UNKNOWN 
    Married 27 Nov 1810  St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Children 
     1. Living
     2. Living
    +3. Onesime Onesiphore St. Amand,   b. 1817, St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  []
     4. Eliza St. Amand,   b. 1860, St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  []
    Last Modified 14 May 2017 19:36:46 
    Family ID F111  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Therese Belasie,   b. Abt 1760 
    Married unmarried 
    Children 
    +1. Victorin St. Amand,   b. Abt 1826, St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  []
    +2. Jean Baptiste Brecourt St. Amand,   b. Abt 1829, St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  []
     3. Honorine St. Amand,   b. Abt 1822, St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  []
    +4. Arsene St. Amand,   b. Abt 1823, St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  []
    Last Modified 14 May 2017 19:36:46 
    Family ID F108  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 3 Eulalie Zeringue,   b. 03 Feb 1767, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 Dec 1805, German Coast, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 38 years) 
    Married 20 Jul 1780  St John the Baptist, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Children 
     1. Living
     2. Francoise Marie St. Amand,   b. Abt 1785,   d. 10 May 1837  (Age ~ 52 years)  []
     3. Mathilde St. Amand,   b. 22 Oct 1791, St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 26 and 27 Oct 1840, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  []
     4. Living
    Last Modified 14 May 2017 19:36:46 
    Family ID F109  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 27 Feb 1757 - St Charles, Louisiana, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 20 Jul 1780 - St John the Baptist, Louisiana, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 27 Nov 1810 - St Charles, Louisiana, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 31 Oct 1844 - St Charles, Louisiana, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - - St Louis Cemetery #1, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Link to Google Earth
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  • Notes 
    • Succession of Antoine Daspit St. Amand
      Filed 9 Apr 1845
      Probate File #144
      St Charles Parish Courthouse, Hahnville, Louisiana, USA

      Today, second of the month of november of the year eighteen hundred forty four, the sixty ninth year of the Independence of the United States of America, by virtue of a written order from the Honorable probate Court in and for St. Charles Parish, dated November first of the present year rendered upon petition of Mr. Onesiphore St.Amand, executor of the will of the late Antoine D'Aspit St. Amand.

      Today, first of the month of May of the year eighteen hundred and thirty eight, sixty second of the Independence of the United States of America, I, F.L. Labranche, Judge in and for St. Charles Parish in which I reside and practice the functions of Notary Public, upon request of Mr. Antoine St. Amand of this Parish, have called to this residence at three o'clock in the afternoon in order to receive his last will and testament. I found said Antoine St.Amand in a bedroom lit by a window facing the river, opening on a gallery, connected by a back door to a second gallery, sound of mind, memory and judgment as it appeared to me, above named Judge-Notary as well as to the witnesses whose names follow: Louis Friloux, Pierre Kinter and Jacques Kinter, all major of age and residing in this Parish. He declared that, although not ill at the present moment but being very old, he must expect to die at any time and did not want to be taken by death unaware. To that effect he requested me to receive his last will and testament, which I did immediately, before the above named witnesses, under the dictation of the testator, as follows.

      I declare that my name is Antoine D'Aspit (?) St. Amand son of Dominique St. Amand and Francoise Pujol, both deceased. I was born in St. Charles Parish in seventeen hundred and fifty-seven and have always resided there. I married a second time with Dme. Celeste, Henry Jean Eldemair. I had four children from that second marriage, three of them being still alive: Dme Eliza St.Amand, Onesime Onesiphore St.Amand and Eluther (?) St.Amand.

      I declare that I had, outside of my marriage, from my relations with Therese Belasie, free negrees, four children named: Honorine, mulata, of about sixteen years of age, Arsene, mulato, about fifteen years old, Victorin, mulato, about twelve years old and Jean Baptiste Brecourt, mulato, about nine years old.

      I declare granting full and complete freedom to the above named children, Honorine, Victorin, Arsene and Jean-Baptiste Brecourt and request the executor of the present will, whom I shall designate, to fulfill all necessary formalities required by the law for the emancipation of those children, born to the negrees Belasie before she was granted her freedom.

      I give and bequeath to each of the above named children, Honorine, Arsene, Victorin, and Jean-Baptiste Brecourt, to be taken from the cash balance of my estate, the amount of one hundred piastres, payable in full, said amount to be deposited with their mother and held by her until the majority of the marriage of each child. I wish said amount of four hundred piastres bequested hereby, paid to Theree Belasie within the year following my death.

      I give and bequeath to said Therese Belasie the amount of four hundred piastres to be paid in one single payment by my executor within six months following my death. I declare also that I grant their freedom to my two slaves, Francois and Marie, both of about sixty years of age. I give and bequeath to the shop of the St. Charles Parish Church the amount of one hundred piastres payable in one single payment.

      I give and bequeath to Arsene, son of Therese Belasi, named above, my saddle horse called Cayetano, which I bought at the sale of the late Norbert Zeringue's estate. I also give and bequeath a cow to each of the other children of Therese Belasie: Honorine, Victorin, and Jean-Baptiste Brecourt, said cows, with the horse Cayetano to be entrusted by my executers to Therese Belasie.

      And, for the executor of the present will, I designate my nephew and godson, Mr. Onesiphore St.Anand, to whom I entrust the safekeeping of all my possessions from the day of my death and to whom I give all necessary powers for the líquidation of my estate. In case of incapacity or death of my godson and nephew, Onesiphore St.Amand, I name, as executor of the present will my relative and friend, Mr. Charles Perret, to whom I delegate all powers given by me in the present will to the above named Onesiphore St. Amand, my nephew. I hereby cancel and revoke all other testaments of codicils which I could have drawn prior to the present will which, I declare, contains the fina], and valid expression of my last will.

      The above has been taken down under dictation by the testator, Antoine St. Amand, by me, Judge-Notary undersigned, writing without interruption before the above named witnesses, after which, I, Judge-Notary, in presence of said witnesses, have read the present testament to the testator who declared that it contained the correct and faithful expression of his last will. Drawn and given in 5t. Charles Parish, in the residence of Mr. Antoine St. Amand, on the day, month and year indicated above, in presence of the above named witnesses who, together with the teatator, have signed with me, Judge-Notary, after reading the present document.

      Signed : Antoine St. Amand, Pierre Kinter,
      Jacques Kinter, Louis Friloux, J.L.Labranche, Judge and Notary Public.

      For recording, conform to the original, and safekeeping for eventual consultation in the archives of the Court of Probate, in file NO......., containing all document related to the estate of the late Antoine St. Amand, docket No.... .

      St Charles Parish, november second eighteen hundred and forty-four

      signed: F.L.Labranche, Judge
      St. Charles Parish Courthouse
      Hahnville, Louisiana

  • Sources 
    1. [S54] Succession of Antoine Daspit St. Amand, (Name: St. Charles Courthouse; Location: Hahnville, Louisiana; Date: 9 Apr 1845;), Probate File #144., Probate File #144, filed 9 Apr 1845.
      Succession of Antoine Daspit St. Amand
      Filed 9 Apr 1845
      Probate File #144
      St Charles Parish Courthouse, Hahnville, Louisiana, USA

      Today, second of the month of november of the year eighteen hundred forty four, the sixty ninth year of the Independence of
      the United States of America, by virtue of a written order from the Honorable probate Court in and for St.Charles Parish,
      dated November first of the present year rendered upon petition of Mr. Onesiphore St.Amand, executor of the will of the late
      Antoine D'Aspit St. Amand.

      Today, first of the month of May of the year eighteen hundred and thirty eight, sixty second of the Independenc e of the United
      States of America, I, F.L. Labranche, Judge in and for St. Charles Parish in which I reside and practice the fontions of
      Notary Public, upon request of Mr. Antoine St. Amand of this Parish, have called to this residence at three o’clock in the
      afternoon in order to receive his last will and testament. I found said Antoine St.Amand in a bedroom lit by a window facing
      the river, opening on a gallery, connected by a back door to a second gallery, sound of mind, memory and judgement as it
      appeared to me, above named Judge-Notary as well as to the witnesses whose names follow: Louis Friloux, Pierre Kinter and
      Jacques Kinter, all major of age and residing in this Parish. He declared that, although not ill at the present moment but
      being very old, he must expect to die at any time and did not want to be taken by death unaware. To that effect he requested
      me to receive his last will and testament, which I did immediately, before the above named witnesses, under the dictation of
      the testator, as follows.

      I declare that my name is Antoine D'Aspit (?) St. Amand son of Dominique St. Amand and Francoise Pujol, both deceased. I was
      born in St. Charles Parish in seventeen hundred and fifty-seven and have always resided there. I married a second time with
      Dme. Celeste, Henry Jean Eldemair. I had four children from that second marriage, three of them being stïll alive: Dme Eliza
      St.Amand, Onesime Onesiphore St.Amand and Eluther (?) St.Amand. I deçiare that I had, outside of my marriage, from my
      relations with Therese Belasie, free negrees, four children named: Honorine, mulata, of about sixteen years of age, Arsene,
      mulato, about fifteen years old, Victorin, mulato, about twelve years old and Jean Baptiste Brecourt, mulato, about nine years
      old.

      I declare granting full and complete freedom to the above named children, Honorine, Victorin, Arsene and Jean-Baptiste
      Brecourt and request the executor of the present will, whom I shall designate, to fulfill all necessary formalities required
      by the law for the emancipation of those children, born to the negrees Belasie before she was granted her freedom.

      I give and bequeath to each of the above named children, Honorine, Arsene, Victorin, and Jean—Baptiste Brecourt, to be taken
      from the cash balance of my estate, the amount of one hundred piastres, payable in full, said amount to be deposited with
      their mother and held by her until the majority of the marriage of each child. I wish said amount of four hundred piastres
      bequested hereby, paid to Theree Belasie within the year following wy death.

      I give and bequeath to said Therese Belasie the amount of four hundred piastres to be paid in one single payment by my
      executor within six months following my death. I declare also that I grant their freedom to my two slaves, Francois and Marie,
      both of about sixty years of age. I give and bequeath to the shop of the St. Charles Parish Church the amount of one hundred
      piastres payable in one single payment.

      I give and bequeath to Arsene, son of Therese Belasi, named above, my saddle horse called Cayetano, which I bought at the sale
      of the late Norbert Zeringue’s estate. I also give and bequeath a cow tQ each of the other children of Therese Belasie:
      Honorine, Victorin, and Jean—Baptiste Brecourt, said cows, with the horse Cayetano to be entrusted by my executers to Therese
      Belasie.

      And, for the executor of the present will, I designate my nephew and godson, Mr. Onesiphore St.Anand, to whom I entrust the
      safekeeping of all my possessions from the day of my death and to whom I give all necessary powers for the líquidation of my
      estate. In case of incapacity or death of my godson and nephew, Onesiphore St.Amand, I name, as executor of the present will
      my relative and friend, Mr. Charles Perret, to whom I delegate all powers given by me in the present will to the above named
      Onesiphore St. Amand, my nephew. I hereby cancel and revoke all other testaments of codicils which I could have drawn prior to
      the present will which, I declare, contains the fina], and valid expression of my last will.

      The above has been taken down under dictation by the testator, Antoine St. Amand, by me, Judge—Notary undersigned, writing
      without interruption before the above named witnesses, after which, I, Judge—Notary, in presence of said witnesses, have read
      the present testament to the testator who declared that it contained the correct and faithful expression of his last will.
      Drawn and given in 5t. Charles Parish, in the residence of Mr. Antoine St. Amand, on the day, month and year indicated above,
      in presence of the above named witnesses who, together with the teatator, have signed with me, Judge—Notary, after reading the present document.

      Signed : Antoine St. Amand, Pierre Kinter, Jacques Kinter, Louis Friloux, J.L.Labranche, Judge and Notary Public.

      For recording, conform to the original, and safekeeping for eventual consultation in the archives of the Court of Probate, in
      file NO......., containing all document related to the estate of the late Antoine St. Amand, docket No.... .

      St Charles_Parish, november second eighteen hundred and forty—four

      signed: F.L.Labranche, Judge
      St. Charles Parish Courthouse
      Hahnville, Louisiana

    2. [S456] Louisiana Census, 1791-1890, Jackson, Ron V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp., (Name: Ancestry.com Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 1999;).
      Record for Antoine St Amand

    3. [S266] Find A Grave, Find A Grave, Inc., entry for Antoine Daspit St.Amand, no. 165994976.
      Antoine Daspit St.Amand
      Birth: Feb. 26, 1757
      New Orleans
      Orleans Parish
      Louisiana, USA
      Death: 1810
      New Orleans
      Orleans Parish
      Louisiana, USA

      Died StLouisCem M4-85

      S54] Succession of Antoine Daspit St. Amand, (Name: St. Charles Courthouse; Location: Hahnville, Louisiana; Date: 9 Apr 1845;), Probate File #144., Probate File #144, filed 9 Apr 1845.
      Succession of Antoine Daspit St. Amand
      Filed 9 Apr 1845
      Probate File #144
      St Charles Parish Courthouse, Hahnville, Louisiana, USA

      Eulalie Zeringue, b. 03 Feb 1767, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location, d. 19 Dec 1805, German Coast, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 38 years)
      Married 20 Jul 1780 St John the Baptist, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location [3]
      Children
      1. Sevère St. Amand []
      2. Francoise Marie St. Amand, b. Abt 1784, d. 10 May 1837 (Age ~ 53 years) []
      3. Mathilde St. Amand, b. 22 Oct 1791, St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location, d. Between 26 and 27 Oct 1840, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location []
      4. Milicent St. Amand []

      1 WIFE :Celeste Eldemair, b. UNKNOWN, d. UNKNOWN
      Married 27 Nov 1810 St Charles, Louisiana
      1. Eluther St. Amand, b. St Charles, Louisiana, USA
      2. Child St. Amand, b. St Charles, Louisiana, USA
      3. Onesime Onesiphore St. Amand, b. 1817, St Charles, Louisiana,
      4. Eliza St. Amand, b. 1860, St Charles, Louisiana,

      Therese Belasie
      Married unmarried
      Children
      1. Victorin, b. Abt 1826, St Charles, Louisiana, US
      2. Jean Baptiste Brecourt, b. Abt 1829, St Charles,
      3. Honorine, b. Abt 1822, St Charles, Louisiana,
      4. Arsene, b. Abt 1823, St Charles, Louisiana,

      Family links:
      Spouse:
      Eulalie Zeringue Daspit St Amand (1767 - 1827)

      Children:
      Marie Francoise St Amand Wiltz (1785 - 1837)*
      Mathilde D'Aspit de Saint Amand Plauche (1791 - 1840)*

      *Calculated relationship

      Burial:
      Saint Louis Cemetery Number 1
      New Orleans
      Orleans Parish
      Louisiana, USA

      Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

      Created by: RONI
      Record added: Jun 24, 2016
      Find A Grave Memorial# 165994976


    4. [S319] Louisiana Marriages to 1850, Ancestry.com, (Name: Ancestry.com Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 1997;), entry for Celeste Antoine Eldemar Stamand, accessed 14 Oct 2011.
      Spouse 1: Eldemar, Celeste
      Spouse 2: Stamand, Antoine
      Marriage Date: 27 Nov 1810
      Marriage Location: Louisiana
      St. Charles Parish

    5. [S291] Nolan, Charles E., Sacramental Records of the Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of New Orleans, 1718-1831, Charles E. Nolan, (Name: Archdiocese of New Orleans; Location: New Orleans, Louisiana; Date: 1989;), 3: 70.
      Antonio (Domingo and Francisca PUJOL), native of the German Parish, and Eulalia ZERINGUE, granted permission to marry in the German Parish, Jul. 20, 1780 (SLC, M4, 85).