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An infant son of Elias Rivet (Rivet-349) and Magdeleine Lambert (Lambert10801) died by 20 September 1825, supposedly at the age of 5 months, and was buried in Plattenville, Assumption Parish.
This child's estimated birth date based on the burial date is April 1825, which is too close to his previous sibling's January birth to be correct. There may be something wrong with the burial record. One guess is that he was only days or weeks old instead of months, and born prematurely. Another possibility is that he and his previous sibling were twins. Unfortunately, we may never know the true answer.
↑ Diocese of Baton Rouge, Catholic Church Records 1707-1900 ("DOBR") (Baton Rouge, LA: Diocese of Baton Rouge Archives, 1978-2007); vol.4 (ASM-3, 185), burial, boy Rivet, age 5 mos.
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