Location: Edgard, St. John the Baptist, Louisiana, United States
Surnames/tags: Louisiana slavery Heidel
Whitney Plantation, aka Habitation Haydel.
From the Whitney Plantation's website: "Whitney Plantation Museum is the only museum in Louisiana with an exclusive focus on the lives of enslaved people."  It is located in Edgard, St John Parish, Louisiana.
Ambrose Heidel (1702-bef.1774) was the founder of the plantation, and it passed to many relatives, as shown below.
Ownership of the plantation:
- Up to 1752: Widow Bernard Vickner.
- 1752-1770: Ambrose Heidel .
- 1770-1774: Widow Ambroise Haydel and children.
- 1774-1776: Louis Girard Pellerin then Antoine Albert.
- 1776-1820: Jean Jacques Haydel Sr.
- 1820-1839: Jean Jacques Haydel Jr. and Edward Marcellin Haydel.
- 1840-1860: Marie Azélie Haydel.
- 1860-1867: Succession Marie Azélie Haydel.
- 1867-1880: Bradish Johnson
- 1880-1909: Pierre Edouard St. Martin and Théophile Perret.
- 1909-1928: St. Martin and Perret’s heirs.
- 1928-1946: Mathilde Louise Perret and George Henri Tassin.
- 1946-1990: Alfred Mason Barnes of New Orleans.
- 1990-1999: Formosa Chemicals and Fiber Corporation.
- 1999-2019: John Cummings
- 2019 – present: The Whitney Institute, 501(c)(3)
Slave Auction of Jean Jacques Haydel, Jr.
- ↑ Opening Page at https://www.whitneyplantation.org/
- ↑ https://www.whitneyplantation.org/history/plantation-owners/
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