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First settlers of Point Coupee

Winston De Ville

First settlers of Point Coupee

a study based on early Louisiana church records, 1737-1750

by Winston De Ville

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Published by Polyanthos in New Orleans .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pointe Coupee Parish (La.),
  • Louisiana,
  • Pointe Coupee Parish.
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Louisiana -- Pointe Coupee Parish,
    • Frontier and pioneer life -- Louisiana -- Pointe Coupee Parish,
    • Pointe Coupee Parish (La.) -- Genealogy

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementedited by Winston De Ville.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF377.P55 D4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination60 p. ;
      Number of Pages60
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5071435M
      LC Control Number74080775

      Coupee. The flood safe prairie of Avoyelles is high above the Mississippi Flood Plane. Avoyelles Parish is still home to the descendants of the first families of Louisiana. The surnames of Avoyelles today greatly represent the first census of New Orleans and Pointe Coupee in the early s. Get this from a library! The Ste. Catherine colonists, early settlers of Natchez and Pointe Coupée in the French province of Louisiana. [Winston De Ville] -- Natchez is in today's Adams County, Mississippi. Pointe Coupée is in today's Pointe Coupée Parish, Louisiana.

      The Ste. Catherine Colonists, Early Settlers of Natchez and Pointe Coupée in the French Province of Louisiana. (Ville Platte, Evangeline, Louisiana, United States|Ville Platte, Louisiana: Smith Books. Many of the early settlers of Natchitoches purchased their lands from the Indians and the terms of the transfers are to be found in the real estate records of the parish. In , while the inhabitants of the town did not number above half a thousand, it was the chief trading and distributing point for a vast territory.

      The first settlers arrived in the early s, among them, Decoux, Decuir, and Pourciau from the Hainaut region of Belgium and France. The French Governor of the LA colony saw the importance of the point and soon installed a garrison there under a Commandant and had a fort built. This became the Le Post de La Pointe Coupée.   1. Albert Gunnells was born 1 June and died on 15 April in Lettsworth, Point Coupee Parish, La. 2. Milton Gunnells was born 17 Oct and died 24 March in Bueche, West Baton Rouge Parish, La. 3. Alice Guillot (this might not be your Alice) was born 5 July and died Oct. in Denham Springs, Livingston Parish, La.


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First Settlers of Pointe Coupee - A study, based on early Louisiana church records, [Winston De Ville] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Much-needed source material for a thorough study of genealogy, microhistory, and related topics in Colonial Louisiana. First settlers of Point Coupee: a study based on early Louisiana church records, First Settlers of Pointe Coupee: A Study Based on Early Louisiana Church Records, Winston De Ville Provincial Press, - Frontier and pioneer life - 60 pages.

First settlers of Pointe Coupee: a First settlers of Point Coupee book based on early Louisiana church records, Pointe Coupee Documents: [Winston De Ville] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Pointe Coupee Documents: /5(2). The fact that he based his study on the early church records would indicate to me that he read and studied them 🙂 A search for that book led me to Amazon, where a used copy can be found: First Settlers of Pointe Coupée: A study, based on early Louisiana church records, Perhaps, and hopefully, in that manuscript he details.

Pointe Coupee Parish Church Records. First settlers of Pointe Coupee: a study based on early Louisiana church records, Family History Library First settlers of Pointe Coupee: a study based on early Louisiana church records, WorldCat The Catholic Church in Pointe Coupie Family History Library.

Governor Bienville heard of the little settlement at Pointe Coupee and on an expedition against the Tunica Indians he stopped there and established a military post about one mile above the present town of Waterloo. It is not until that history mentions the existence of the settlement of Pointe Coupee.

Le Poste de Pointe Coupée (“The Pointe Coupee Post”) is one of the oldest communities in the Mississippi Valley. The post was founded in the s by settlers from France.

The post was located upstream from the point crossed by the explorers, immediately above but not circled by False River. Situated along Bayou Teche, this place served as an early settlement site for Acadian exiles who arrived in the Spanish colony of Louisiana in First, I display a ca.

hand-drawn map by Attakapas District surveyor François Gonsoulin showing La Pointe de Repos (literally The Point of Rest) and the names of exiles who settled there. First Settlers of the Louisiana Territory (2 volumes) (Carolyn Ericson and Frances Ingmire) (Ericson Books, ) First Settlers of Pointe Coupee (Winston DeVille) (Cottonport, LA: Polyanthos, ).

In the s several Bergeron families came to Louisiana from Acadia, settling in St. James Parish. Little is known of the early new Orleans Bergeron, but most of the households of that name in the state today probably can trace ancestry either from the Bergerons of Pointe Coupee or.

The timing is ahead of the th year anniversary of the original settlers arriving in Pointe Coupee, scheduled for November Photographs will be taken at the Poydras Museum. Images of those she photographs will be featured in the fine art book. Buy The Ste. Catherine colonists, Early settlers of Natchez and Pointe Coupee in the French province of Louisiana by Winston De Ville (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

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French Creoles from Pointe Coupee and French Canadians from Quebec ar. Pointe Coupee was first settled in the s. The first settlers arrived from a province of the Holy Roman Empire.

By the s, the French and Africans were here, along with Native Americans. The family came from Noari, France, then to Montreal, Canada, then to Louisiana, first in Pointe Coupee and finally Avoyelles Parish.

The first generation, Gabriel L. Celles-DuClos, born at Norai, France before s migrated to Canada. Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana was created on Ma as one of the original 19 parishes. (originally created on Ap as Pointe Coupee County, Louisana Territory as one of the original 12 counties).The parish was named for the French phrase la pointe coupée or in English, the cut-off point, which refers to a bend in the Mississippi River.

Pointe Coupee Parish Point Coupee is the oldest settlement on the lower Mississippi, having been made by some wandering Canadian trappers as early as Bienville established this place as a military post, before the commencement of New Orleans.

The fort was moved in to an area near the present St. Francisville Ferry landing. These records cover the churches of Donaldsonville, Plattenville, Pointe Coupee, St. Gabriel, St. James, and Baton Rouge from to The earliest records back to are from the Grand Pre church in Acadia (found in V.

The books contain basic abstracts of the records. First settlers of Pointe Coupée: a study, based on early Louisiana 1 copy The Ste.

Catherine colonists, early settlers of Natchez and 1 copy St. Gabriel settlers: the census of Iberville district in the 1 copy.Early Settlers of Natchez and Pointe Coupee in the French Province of Louisiana by Winston DeVille.

"Albert deCuire arrives in Louisiana" details the family and the life of Albert DeCuir, published on the th Anniversary of the Hainaut Colonists to Louisiana, co-authored by the Rev. Leon Lybaert of Macon, Hainaut, Belgium, longtime pastor of.The history of the area that is now the US state of Louisiana began roug years ago.

The first traces of permanent settlement, ushering in the Archaic period, appear about 5, years ago. The area formed part of the Eastern Agricultural Marksville culture emerged about 2, years ago out of the earlier Tchefuncte is considered ancestral to the Natchez and.