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Arrived LA Feb 1765, age 12, with party from Halifax via St.-Domingue led by Joseph BROUSSARD dit Beausoleil;
In Attakapas census, 1771, Judith Martin, 18, appears with her brother Bonaventure with the family of Michel Doucet and his wife, Marguerite Martin. Judith and Bonaventure are cited as orphans in subsequent census reports and are probably the niece & nephew of Marguerite. Marguerite is the daughter of Charles Martin and Jeanne Comeau.
Married, age 24, Augustin-Rémi, son of probably Pierre BOUDREAUX & Anne HÉBERT of Pigiguit, c1777, probably Attakapas, now St. Martinville;
In Attakapas census, 1781, unnamed, with husband & 2 others;
In Attakapas census, 1785, unnamed, with husband & 3 unnamed others; moved to Opelousas District;
In Opelousas census, 1796, Grand Coteau District, unnamed, with husband & 7 unnamed others;
MARTIN, Judith - spouse of Remi BOUDREAU; bur. 29 Jan 1805 at age about 50 years (Opel. Ch.: v.1, p.82)
Birth: ABT 1756 in Acadia
Death: Jan 1805 in St. Landry, LA 1
Burial: 29 Jan 1805 Opelousas, St. Landry, LA
Census: 1771 Attakapas, St. Martin, LA 2
Census: 4 May 1777 Attakapas, St. Martin, LA 3
Father: Pierre (dit Paul) MARTIN b: 1718 in Port Royal, Acadia
Mother: Marie Josephe THIBODEAU b: 24 Apr 1716 in Port Royal, Acadia c: 26 Apr 1716 in Port Royal, Acadia
Marriage 1 Augustin dit Remi BOUDROT b: ABT 1744 in Acadia
Married: ABT 1778 in LA
Pierre BOUDROT b: 25 Jan 1779 in , St. Martin, LA c: 28 Jul 1782 in St. Martinville, St. Martin, LA
Augustin Remi BOUDROT II b: 15 Apr 1782 in , St. Martin, LA c: 28 Jul 1782 in St. Martinville, St. Martin, LA
Jean dit Remi BOUDROT b: ABT Mar 1784 in , St. Martin, LA c: 30 May 1784 in St. Martinville, St. Martin, LA
Anne BOUDROT b: 5 May 1786 in , St. Martin, LA c: 2 Jul 1786 in St. Martinville, St. Martin, LA
Benjamin BOUDROT b: 5 Apr 1789 in , St. Landry, LA c: 19 Jun 1794 in Opelousas, St. Landry, LA
Marguerite BOUDROT b: 12 Feb 1793 in , St. Landry, LA c: 7 Dec 1794 in Opelousas, St. Landry, LA
Census: DeVille, Winston ATTAKAPAS POST: THE CENSUS OF 1771 (Provincial Press, Ville Platte, La) p12
Title: Southwest Louisiana Records, vol. 1-B, 1801-1810; Author: Donald J. Hébert; Publication: Rayne, LA, Hebert Publications, 1996; Page: p. 493
Text: Judith [MARTIN], spouse of Remy BOUDREAU, buried 29 Jan 1805 at age about 50 years. Recorded by Fr. Louis BUHOT at St. Landry Catholic Church, Opelousas, LA (Opel.Ch.: v.1, p.82).
Repository: California State Library, Sutro
Title: Attakapas Post: The Census of 1771; Author: Winston De Ville; Publication: Author: 1986; Note: Transcription of Papales Procedentes de Cuba (in the Archives of the Indies, Seville, Spain) , Legajo 188C, on microfilm at the Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwest Louisiana, in Lafayette, LA. Page: p. 12
Text: Judith MARTIN, age 18, listed in household of Michel DOUCET, age 57, and his wife [Marguerit e MARTIN, Judith's aunt], age 50. There are also others.
Repository: Family History Library; Salt Lake City UT 84150
Title: Southwest Louisiana Families in 1777: Census Records of Attakapas and Opelousas Posts; Author: Winston De Ville, comp.; Publication: Ville Platte, LA: Author, 1987; Note: (Source: Papeles Procedentes de Cuba, at the General Archives of the Indies in Seville, Spain ; legajo 2358, folios 258-300); Page: p. 8
Note: Judie was the niece of Marguerite MARTIN, wife in household 14.
Text: 14. Michel DOUCET, 57;
Marguerite MARTIN, wife, 57.
Garcons: Michel, 22;
Filles: Judie [MARTIN], Orphan, 20.
There are 40 cattle, 15 horses, and 50 hogs.
Most of the information on this profile has been provided courtesy of Karen Theriot Reader [Judith Julie MARTIN]
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