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|51||Annie Harrison Tongue Lyles (b. 1837)|
As with her husband's stone, her death date is not legible to me.
|52||Annie Hodges Lansdale (d. 1908)|
|53||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|54||Audrey Pitard and Reynolds A. Sandoz to wed|
Times-Picayune, 26 Jan. 1941, p36
|55||Augusta Burwell Cheston (d. 1993)|
|56||Augustus Austere Tomlinson (1830-1898)|
|57||Baptismal Certificate for Helen McLellan (bap. 1906)|
|58||Baptismal certificate for Isabel "Buison"|
I have transcribed and translated this in the "Degrange/McMillan Correspondence" (kept on the Louisiana Histories page). Isabel Narcisa "Buison" is here described as the daughter of Susanna "Laurren" and "Juan Buison." Later, however, this name appears regularly as "Mouchon." Why the name is different here is a mystery.
|59||Bayard Gregg (d. 1862)|
He died at one month old.
|60||Belden family tomb|
This is Lambella Downing and two of her children, Richmond Cyrus Bemiss and St. John Bemiss.
|61||Belden family tomb|
This is a close-up of the inscription.
|62||Benjamin Allein Welch (d. 1945)|
|63||Benjamin Watkins Jr. (d. 1937) |
Just the inscription.
|64||Benjamin Watkins Jr. (d. 1937)|
|65||Bernard Williams & Martha Lansdale|
|66||Bernard Williams Jr. (d. 1971)|
|67||Bethesda Cemetery, Bracken Co., Kentucky|
This is a view of the cemetery from the road; the Mannen and Hamilton graves are up the hill on the right.
|68||Birth Certificate for Gustave Jean Pitard (b. 1903)|
. . . personally appeared Gustave J. Pitard, native of this city, residing at No. 3827 Canal Street, who hereby declares that on the twenty fifth day of last month (25 January 1903) at his residence was born a male child named Gustave J. Pitard Jr. (white) lawful issue of deponent a native of this city aged 32 years, occupation clerk and Lucie M. Gamard a native of this city, aged 29 years. . . .
|69||Birth certificate for Gustave Joseph Pitard Jr. (b. 1871)|
". . . [personally appeared:] Gustave Pitard, a native of New Orleans residing at no. 198 Orleans Street in this city who hereby declares that on the tenth day of February of this present year (February 10th, 1890) at eight o'clock AM at deponent residence was born a male child named GUSTAVE PITARD, lawful issue of deponent with…
|70||Birth Certificate for Gustave Joseph Pitard Sr. (b. 1837)|
" . . . personally appeared Mrs. Amelie Hacker, a native of this city, residing on Ursulines Street No. 92 in the first Municipality, who by these presents declares that on the twelfth of January eighteen hundred and thirty seven (12th January 1837) at eight o'clock P.M. was born, in this city, a male child named GUSTAVE PITARD, issue of the legitimate marriage of deponent with Mr. Joseph Pitard, a printer, a native of Cuba . . ."
|71||Birth certificate for Lucie Caroline Gamard (b. 1872)|
" . . . personally appeared Alphonse Gamard, a native of New Orleans, residing at No. 394 Canal St., who hereby declares that on the fifth of November 1872 at nine O'Clock AM was born at deponent residence a female child named LUCIE CAROLINE GAMARD, the legitimate issue of deponent with Marie Couret, a native of New Orleans . . . "
|72||Brooke family graves|
These are the graves of Abner and Kinsey Brooke and their son Matthew. They are very faded, and no doubt others have disappeared. Sadsbury Meeting house is in the background.
|73||Bryce McLellan's house in Portland|
This newspaper article describes Bryce McLellan's house, which is apparently the oldest house in Portland, Maine.
|74||Capt. Aaron Gregg (d. 1841)|
|75||Capt. Thomas Iglehart (d. 1823)|
|76||Capt. William Murray (d. 3 July 1863)|
|77||Carol van Antwerp Wilson (1890-1990)|
|78||Caroline Murray (d. 1903) |
|79||Cary McLellan (d. 1805) and Eunice Elder (d. 1784)|
|80||Catherine Waters Welsh (d. 1908)|
|81||Cecil Pollock (d. 1904)|
|82||Charles W. and Alice Steuart Hall|
|83||Chloe Lansdale and Douglas Riggs|
|84||Clapham Murray (d. 1925)|
|85||Clapham Murray, Jr. (d. 1971)|
|86||Clémence Cheston (d. 1990)|
|87||clipping from the Picayune, June 19, 1869.|
This annouces a trip north by Joseph DeGrange; letters written during the trip are edited in the DeGrange-McMillan correspondence on the Louisiana Ancestry page.
|88||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.||
|89||Col. Richard Sellman (d. 1861)|
|90||Cora Kent White (d. 1894)|
|91||Cornelia (Houston) Strain (d. 1892)|
|92||Cornelia Houston Lansdale (1885-1960)|
|93||Cornelia Houston Strain (d. 1892)|
|94||Cornelia van Horne (1766-1853)|
Her grave was placed well after her death; it gives the descent between her and her descendants who put it up.
1766 Cornelia van Horne 1853
Major Thomas Lancaster Lansdale
Philip I. Thomas
Lebanon and Lothian
and his wife
Mary Dorsey Thomas;
Cornelia Lansdale Thomas;
wives of Dr. James Cheston;
Cornelia Lansdale Cheston
Dr. James Cheston
and his wife
Mary Dorsey Thomas
This stone is a memorial to our mother
Mary Cheston Hall
|95||Corrie Clagett Lankford (d. 2000)|
|96||Crihfield graves at Maple Grove|
The tall obelisk on the right is Anna Eliza Crihfield (1826-1892); she is not included on this site as I don't know how she fits in.
|97||D. Murray Cheston (d. 1919)|
|98||Daniel Thomas Hall (d. 1980)|
|99||Death Certificate for Alphonse Gamard, Jr. (d. 1937)|
" . . . who hereby declares that Alphonse Gamard (white) a native of La, aged 91 Yrs., departed this life yesterday (2 of September 1937) at No. 4106 Canal St. in this city. Cause of Death: Hypostatic pneumonia . . . ; Certificate of Dr. N. F. Thiberge. Deceased was married to Marie Couret, and the son of Alphonse Gamard, a native of Ghent, Belguim and Caroline R. Simmons, a Native of SC. . . . "
|100||Death Certificate for Amelie Hacker Pitard (d. 1873)|
" . . . appeared John Pouen, a native of Ireland residing on Commora Street in this city, who hereby declares that Mrs. Widow Joseph Pitard, a native of Louisiana aged fifty six years, died on the seventeenth instant (June 17th 1873) at the corner of Bienville and Claiborne. Cause of Death Cancer of the Womb, certificate of Dr. I Salpuente [?] . . . '