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Cabanocey on January 1, 1777

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Location: St. James Parish, Louisianamap
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General census of the habitants who are established throughout the parish of Saint Jacques a Cabahan-noces on the two banks of the river, including the names of the people, their ages, quantity of Land, of slaves, of cattle, and horses.[1]

Company of Don Michel Cantrelle

Right Bank

On the census of "Saint Jacques a Cabanhan-noces" on the two banks of the river, taken on January 1, 1777, "Le Sieur Jacques Cantrelle" was the first person documented. Nicolas Verret had died but Cantrelle's daughter, Verret's widow and her children were also in the household.
Le Sieur Jacques Cantrelle, former captain, 80;
Marguerite de Larmuzieaux, his wife, 65;
Michel Cantrelle, their son, lieutenant-commandant, 27;
Jacques Cantrelle, their son, sous-lieutenant, 25;
Marie Cantrelle, widow Verret, former commandant, 44;
Nicolas Verret, son fils, 26;
Jacques Verret, son fils; 24;
Auguste Verret, son fils, 23;
Philipe Verret, son fils, 19;
Louis Verret, son fils, 17;
Marie Verret, sa fille, 27;
Marguerite Verret, sa fille, 20.
Jean Gisclare, parish beadle, 44;
Marguerite Ustache, his wife, 25;
Jean Louis, their son, 11;
Nicolas, their son, 8;
Catherine, their daughter, 5;
Felicitee, their daughter, 2;
Marguerite, their daughter, 2
The Reverand Father Prospert, priest, 78 [this is land donated by Cantrelle for the parish]
"Le Sieur Francois Croizée, former resident of Pointe Coupee, 54; [1723]
Marianne Trepagner, his wife, 35; [1742]
Francois, their son, 24; [1753] son of first wife Genevieve Cheval
Marie, their daughter, 16; [1762]
Manette [?] , their daughter 14; [1763]
Jeanne, their daughter, 12; [1765]
Henriette, their daughter, 10; [1766]
Elizabeth, their daughter 8; 1768]
Helaine, their daughter, 6; [1766]
Suson, their daughter, 3; [1773]
Emilie, their daughter, 6 months; [1776]
Pierre Arceneaux, Acadian resident, 45; [1732]
Anne Bergeron, his wife, 34;
Louis, their son, 7; [1769]
Pierre, their son, 5; [1771]
Rosallie Marie Catherine, their daughter, 13; [1763]
Marie, their daughter, 10; [1766]
Francoise, their daughter, 4; [1773] [discrepancy with birth record 15 Nov 1768]
Charles Arseneaux, orphan, [1758]
Charles Arceneaux, 22;
Marie Joseph Babain, his wife, 15
Pierre Arceneaux, 28 [1748]
Marie Bergerson, his wife, 22
Pierre, son fils, 7;
Joseph, son fils, 5
Marianne, daughter du dit Pierre Bourgeois, 3;
Louise, daughter "du dit" Pierre Brougeois, 2. [Note: in "Cabanocey" by Lillian Bourgeois, she wonders if the two little girls were separated from their parents when the census was taken.]
Pierre Darrois, 40;
Marie Bourgeois, his wife, 42.
Simon Le Blanc, 35;
Anne Bergeron [Arseneau], his wife, 31; [sic, birth surname was ARSENEAU--BERGERON was her 1st husband's surname]
Alexandre, son fils, 7;
Edouard, son fils, 5;
Constance, their daughter, 3.
Jean Roger, idem [sic, probably in error], 20;
Guianne, engager, 34
Joseph Hebert, 45;
Anne Prejean, his wife, 42;
Joseph, son fils, 9;
Paul, son fils, 7;
Jean, son fils, 5;
Margueritte, sa fille, 17[?]
Bonnavanture Gaudin, 56;
Marguerite Bergeron, his wife, 57;
Bonnavanture, son fils, 20;
Michel, son fils, 18;
Theotiste, sa fille, 26;
Marie, sa fille, 22.
Philip Lachaussay, surgeon [chirurgien], 50;
Marie Bourgeois, his wife, 46;
Philipe, son fils, 5;
Louise,son fille, 22;
Rozalle, daughter of Lachaussay, 7;
Joseph Gravoie, son beau-fils, 24; [step son]
Jean, son beau-fils, 22. [step-son]
Jean Baptiste Dansboise [?], 45;
Marguerite Bernard, his wife, 47;
Marain, son fils, 22;
Mathurain, son fils, 20;
Rozallie, sa fille, 8;
Victoire, sa fille, 5.




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