Family:Jean Tregre and Veronique Rommel (1)

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  1.   Conrad, Glenn R. Saint-Jean-Baptiste des Allemands: Abstracts of the Civil Records of St. John the Baptist Parish with Genealogy and Index, 1753-1803. (Lafayette, Louisiana: University of Southwestern Louisiana, 1972), p. 71, p. 72, p. 1785.

    Inventory of the Community Property of the late George Treguer (Tregre) and his wife, Veronique Romel (Rome). George Tregre died July 25, 1783. The inventory of community property is taken by Jean Baptiste Rodrigue and Antoine Delatte in the presence of Widow Tregre; George and Jean Tregre, her sons; and Jean Adam Vicner, brother-in-law of the deceased. Debts owed to the community by the community by: Francois Clement, George Vinprende (Wempren), Cezar Laubel, Pierre Bossie, Pierre Sansoucy, Jean LaCalote, Frederic Bertrand, Ambroise Trudel, and Francois Faite. Debts owed by the community to Andre Tregre and Boiderre.

    Sale, Oct. 17, 1786 and Dec. 6, 1787. The Tregre heirs, namely: George fils, Jean, Andre and Teodore; in the presence of Pierre Bossie, Jean Baptiste Weber, Jean Pierre Keller, Michel Camber (Cambre), Antoine Delatte and Louis Blondeau, sell the belongings of their late parents, George Tregre pere and Veronique Rome. The heirs partitioned the estate among themselves. The estate was valued at 17,734 piastres.

    Receipt, Jean Tregre declares to O'Conor, in the presence of Jean Weber and Adam, the sum of 865 piastres, to be deducted from his share of his father's succession.

    Tutorship, April 15, 1784. Veronique Romelle (Rome), widow of George Tregre pere, petitions that a tutor and surrogate tutor be named for her minor children. O'Conor summons David Romel (Rome), her brother; Pierre Bossie, Gabriel Cloutier, and Benjamin Hautin, her brothers-in-law; George Tregre, fils, her son; Adam Wickener (Vicknair), Jean Weber and Martin Verret, brothers-in-law of the deceased. They name Veronique Rommelle (Rome) tutor and George Tregre fils surrogate tutor.

  2.   Acknowledgement, Oct. 22, 1783. The widow of the late George Tregre (Veronique Rome) and her children, George, Jean and Andre Tregre, in the presence of Jean Weber and Antoine Delatte declare to O'Conor that the late George Tregre pere promised his godson, George Sincure, the sum of 300 piastres for the work that the latter had done for him. Thee family now pays Sincure the stated amount, plus 47 piastres which the late George Tregre pere received from the succession of Sincure's late mother.
  3.   p. 90. No. 28 (bis). 12-20-85. Slave Sale. Veronique Romel (Rome) declares, in the presence of Ponce Lassaigne and Pierre Sansoucy, that she has sold a slave named Dique (30) to Andre Treguer (Tregre), her son, for 400 piastres. This sum is to be deducted from his share of his father's (George Tregre) succession.
  4.   p. 90. No. 20. (bis). 12-20-85. Slave sale. Veronique Romelle (Rome) declares, in the presence of Ponce Lassaigne and Pierre Sansoucy, that she has sold a slave named Pierre to Theodore Tregre, her son, for the sum of 400 piastres. This sum is to be deducted from his share of his father's (George Tregre) succession.
  5.   p. 90. No. 30 (bis). 12-20-85. Land Sale. Veronique Romelle (Rome) declares, in the presence of Ponce Lassaigne and Pierre Sansoucy, that she has sold a piece of land 3 arpents wide by 80 arpents deep, bounded below by the farm of Teodore tregre and above by Pierre Sansoucy, to Andre Tregre, her son, for 400 piastres. This sum is to be deducted from his share of his father's (George Tregre) succession.
  6.   p. 90. No. 31 (bis). 12-20-85. Land Sale. Veronique Romelle (Rome) declares, in the presence of Ponce Lassaigne and Pierre Sansoucy, that she has sold a piece of land 3 arpents wide by 80 arpents deep, bounded by the farm of the vendor and above by that of Andre Tregre, to Teodore Tregre, her son, for 400 piastres. This sum is to be deducted from his share of his father's (George Tregre) succession.