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Elizabeth Isabelle Renaud

Female 1762 - Abt 1813  (51 years)


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  • Name Elizabeth Isabelle Renaud 
    Born 1762 
    Gender Female 
    Probate
    • Louisiana Courier
      January 13, 1813

      PUBLIC SALE

      By Andre Latour, judge of the Parish of St. Charles

      ON the 25th of January 1813, will be sold at public auction on the spot. A valuable Sugar Plantation, situated in the said parish on the left bank of the river, ten leagues above New Orleans measuring 15 arpents fronting the Mississippi by the ordinary depth of double concession for six arpents only out of the said 15, the upper boundary of which is contiguous to the plantation of Mr. Louis Blanchard and Madam widow Glapion and the lower to that of Mr. Francois Delhomer. The plantation offered for sale belongs to the heirs of the late Madam widow Trepagnier and is too advantageously know to require a more minute description and will be sold such as it stands with all its dependencies, right, usages, thralldoms, & slaves, cattle, and husbandry implements.
      The heirs retain for themselves the enjoyment of the cisterns and purgerie during two months from the time which the purchaser will take possession of the said plantation.
      Conditions: one third on the 1st of March 1814, the second third on the 1st of March 1815, and the last third on the 1st of March 1816, in approved notes satisfactorily endorsed with special mortgage on the premises until final payment.
      On the said plantation stands a dwelling house which privately belongs to one of the heirs and it is expressly agreed between them that the purchaser shall be bound to pay him the amount of its value which has been brought accordingly to the inventory to a sum of 950 dollars, the amount of which will be deducted from the price of the said plantation.
      The purchaser will find on the said plantation a sufficient quantity of plants of sugar canes to plant at least one hundred arpents. The slaves will be sold at one and two years credit in approved endorsed notes with special mortgage. The cattle such as oxen, horses, cows, 60 sheep and the husbandry implements will be sold at one year credit in approved and endorsed notes.
    Died Abt 1813  [1
    Person ID I905  Hollier & Dufilho
    Last Modified 16 Dec 2017 

    Family Pierre Trepagnier,   b. 19 Jun 1749, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1798, St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 48 years) 
    Married 2 Mar 1777  New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 3
    Children 
     1. Julie Heloise Trepagnier,   b. 1785, St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  []
     2. Eulalie Trepagnier,   b. Abt 1782,   d. 19 Dec 1848, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 66 years)  []
     3. Jacques Trepagnier,   b. 1805, St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  []
     4. Pierre Laurent Trepagnier,   b. 1788,   d. 1833  (Age 45 years)  []
     5. Delphine Trepagnier,   b. 1794, St Charles, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Sep 1863, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 69 years)  []
     6. Elizabeth Emilie Trepagnier,   b. 9 Aug 1779, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Jan 1849, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 69 years)  []
     7. Norbert Trepagnier,   b. Abt 1783  []
     8. Francois Ursin Trepagnier,   b. 8 Aug 1782, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  []
     9. Living
    Last Modified 16 Dec 2017 19:39:58 
    Family ID F295  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
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  • Notes 
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      Louisiana Courier
      January 13, 1813

      PUBLIC SALE

      By Andre Latour, judge of the Parish of St. Charles

      ON the 25th of January 1813, will be sold at public auction on the spot. A valuable Sugar Plantation, situated in the said parish on the left bank of the river, ten leagues above New Orleans measuring 15 arpents fronting the Mississippi by the ordinary depth of double concession for six arpents only out of the said 15, the upper boundary of which is contiguous to the plantation of Mr. Louis Blanchard and Madam widow Glapion and the lower to that of Mr. Francois Delhomer. The plantation offered for sale belongs to the heirs of the late Madam widow Trepagnier and is too advantageously know to require a more minute description and will be sold such as it stands with all its dependencies, right, usages, thralldoms, & slaves, cattle, and husbandry implements.

      The heirs retain for themselves the enjoyment of the cisterns and purgerie during two months from the time which the purchaser will take possession of the said plantation.

      Conditions: one third on the 1st of March 1814, the second third on the 1st of March 1815, and the last third on the 1st of March 1816, in approved notes satisfactorily endorsed with special mortgage on the premises until final payment.

      On the said plantation stands a dwelling house which privately belongs to one of the heirs and it is expressly agreed between them that the purchaser shall be bound to pay him the amount of its value which has been brought accordingly to the inventory to a sum of 950 dollars, the amount of which will be deducted from the price of the said plantation.

      The purchaser will find on the said plantation a sufficient quantity of plants of sugar canes to plant at least one hundred arpents. The slaves will be sold at one and two years credit in approved endorsed notes with special mortgage. The cattle such as oxen, horses, cows, 60 sheep and the husbandry implements will be sold at one year credit in approved and endorsed notes.

  • Sources 
    1. [S797] Le Courrier de la Louisiane, New Orleans, Louisiana (print edition), "Public Sale - Madam widow Trepagnier," 13 January 1813, privately held by Benjie Castrillo.
      Louisiana Courier
      January 13, 1813

      PUBLIC SALE

      By Andre Latour, judge of the Parish of St. Charles

      ON the 25th of January 1813, will be sold at public auction on the spot. A valuable Sugar Plantation, situated in the said parish on the left bank of the river, ten leagues above New Orleans measuring 15 arpents fronting the Mississippi by the ordinary depth of double concession for six arpents only out of the said 15, the upper boundary of which is contiguous to the plantation of Mr. Louis Blanchard and Madam widow Glapion and the lower to that of Mr. Francois Delhomer. The plantation offered for sale belongs to the heirs of the late Madam widow Trepagnier and is too advantageously know to require a more minute description and will be sold such as it stands with all its dependencies, right, usages, thralldoms, & slaves, cattle, and husbandry implements.
      The heirs retain for themselves the enjoyment of the cisterns and purgerie during two months from the time which the purchaser will take possession of the said plantation.
      Conditions: one third on the 1st of March 1814, the second third on the 1st of March 1815, and the last third on the 1st of March 1816, in approved notes satisfactorily endorsed with special mortgage on the premises until final payment.
      On the said plantation stands a dwelling house which privately belongs to one of the heirs and it is expressly agreed between them that the purchaser shall be bound to pay him the amount of its value which has been brought accordingly to the inventory to a sum of 950 dollars, the amount of which will be deducted from the price of the said plantation.
      The purchaser will find on the said plantation a sufficient quantity of plants of sugar canes to plant at least one hundred arpents. The slaves will be sold at one and two years credit in approved endorsed notes with special mortgage. The cattle such as oxen, horses, cows, 60 sheep and the husbandry implements will be sold at one year credit in approved and endorsed notes.

    2. [S313] Old Families of Louisiana, Stanley Clisby Arthur, George Campbell Huchet de Kernion, (Name: Pelican Publishing; Location: Gretna, Louisiana; Date: 1931;), Trepagnier Family, pages 284-288.

    3. [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: 289.
      TREPAGNIE Pierre, m. Elizabeth TRENAU, Mar. 2, 1777, w. WILTZ, Antoine BOUDOUSQUIEU, Leonardo MAZANGE (SLC, M3, 5)