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|101||Obituary for Richmond D. Pitard (d. 1954)|
From the Times-Picayune, 22 Feb. 1954, p39
|102||Obituary for Thomas Couret, d. 17 Nov. 1882.|
The obit. appeared in the The New Orleans Bee/ L’Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans on on 18 Nov. 1882.
|103||Obituary notice for Bertrand Couret, d. 31 Aug. 1855|
The obit. appeared in the The New Orleans Bee/ L’Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans on 1 Sept. 1855.
|104||Obituary notice for Jacques DeGrange, d. 4 Oct. 1861|
The obit. appeared in the The New Orleans Bee/ L’Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans on 5 Oct. 1861
|105||Query from the OR on the Prados murder|
The memo at the bottom of this page is a note from Gen. Nathaniel Banks inquiring after the murders of Majors Prados and Bauduc on the Virtue. This is taken from the Compilation of Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, series II, vol. 5.
|106||Stephen McLellan family|
This is a page from vol. 7 of "Maine Families in 1790" (S234) about Stephen McLellan and his family. Copy courtesy Brenda Pajor, McLellan family researcher.
|107||Wedding invitation for Gus Pitard and Helen McLellan, m. 1931|
|108||William McLellan and his brig the "Boxer"|
An article on William McLellan's War of 1812 exploits in the brig "Boxer."
|109||WWI Draft registration for Edward A. Gamard|
This gives several good bits of information: his age and birth date, his address, his profession and work address at the time, and his "medium" height and weight. He gives his wife Amy as his closest relative.
|110||WWI draft registration for Henry St. John Pitard|
This gives several good bits of information: his age and birth date, his address, his profession (buyer at Pitard Hardware) and work address (1031 Canal St.) at the time, and his height and weight ("stout"). He claimed an exemption because he was the sole breadwinner.