Person:Eudah Benoit (1)

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m. 28 FEB 1854
  1. Marie Eunah Benoit1857 - 1942
  2. Antaell Teman Benoit1860 - 1939
  3. Eudah Benoit1872 - 1952
  4. Adeline Benoit1874 - 1957
Facts and Events
Name Eudah Benoit
Alt Name Idelia Benoit
Alt Name Adelia Benoit
Gender Female
Birth? 25 Mar 1872 Lake Charles, Calcasieu, Louisiana, United States
Death? 17 May 1952 Vinton, Calcasieu, Louisiana, United States
Burial[1][2] Vinton, Calcasieu, Louisiana, United StatesNiblett's Bluff Cemetery

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Eudah Benoit

Eudah Benoit, daughter of Michel Maran Benoit and Marie Cleonise Babineaux, was married to Edgar Perry (25 Feb 1852 - 28 Aug 1940) of Vinton, Louisiana.

Children

  • Mary Lonnie Perry (23 Nov 1891 - 2 Jan 1967) - married a Sonnier
  • Agnes Perry (1 Jun 1896 - 29 Apr 1982)- married Alex Johnson
  • Joseph Adam Perry (19 Mar 1899 - 18 Feb 1977) - married Winnie Trahan
  • Bert Perry (8 Apr 1902 - 8 Jul 1989)
  • Lillie M. Perry (6 Dec 1903 - 6 Oct 1992) - never married
  • Johnson E Perry (8 Feb 1906 - 16 Nov 1968)
  • Everett Perry (7 Mar 1913 - 23 Jun 2000)

Obituary

Sunday, 18 May 1952 - Mrs. Eudah Perry of Vinton Dies at 80, Rites Today

Vinton, La. Mrs. Eudah Perry, 80, died at her residence here late Friday night.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today from the family residence, with Rev. A. Nadeaux of St. Joseph's Catholic church officiating. Burial will be in Niblett's Bluff cemetery under direction of the Hixson funeral home of Sulphur.

Mrs. Perry, who had lived in Vinton for 60 years, was born in lake Charles.

She is survived by four sons, O. D. and Bert of Vinton and Johnson and Everett of Orange, Texas; three daughters, Mrs. A. Sonier, Mrs. Alex Johnson and Miss Lilly Perry, all of Vinton; four sisters, Mrs. Jim Parish of Vinton, Mrs. Ira Haddock of Jennings, Mrs. A. J. Sallier of Lake Charles and Mrs. George Beddinger of Deming, N. Mex.; seven brothers, Julian, Houston, Murphy, Romie, Press and Bill Benoit, all of Vinton, and Ramey Benoit of West Lake.

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References
  1. Lake Charles, Louisiana. American Press. (Lake Charles, Louisiana).
  2. Find A Grave.
  3.   1870 United States Federal Census, Year: 1870; Census Place: Ward 3, Calcasieu, Louisiana; Roll M593_509; Page: 21; Image: 42., 1870.