Person:Henry Lanoue (1)

Henry Clay Lanoux
m. 19 Nov 1866
  1. Marie Elizabeth Lanoux
  2. Joseph Roma Lanoux1867 -
  3. Henry Clay Lanoux1869 - 1949
  4. Theophile Lanoux1870 - BEF 1880
  5. John Lanoux1874 -
  6. Cora Lanoux1877 -
  7. Emolise LanouxABT 1879 -
  8. Ida LanouxAFT 1880 -
  9. Alice Lanoux1882 -
m. 13 FEB 1893
  1. Joseph Forrest Lanoux1893 - 1979
  2. Paul Robert Lanoux1896 - 1969
  3. Joseph Burris Lanoux1898 - 1997
m. bet 1920 and 1930
Facts and Events
Name Henry Clay Lanoux
Alt Name Clay Lanoue
Gender Male
Birth[1] 06 FEB 1869 Ascension, Louisiana, United States
Christening[2] 21 NOV 1869 St. Theresa Ch., Gonzales, Asc., Louisiana,
Marriage 13 FEB 1893 St. Theresa Ch., Gonzales, Asc., Louisiana,to Alice Gautreau
Property[4] 08 MAR 1898 Ascension, Louisiana, United StatesLand Purch, N half of NW quarter Sec 46, T10S, R3E
Property[5] 01 JUN 1898 Ascension, Louisiana, United StatesLand Purch
Census[6] 21 JUN 1900 Ascension, Louisiana, United States7th ward
Census[7] 29 APR 1910 Ascension, Louisiana, United StatesWard 7
Occupation[10] Sep 1917 Ascension, Louisiana, United Statesappointed a school trustee for Gonzales High School
Marriage bet 1920 and 1930 to Alodia Lanoue
Census[8] 21 JAN 1920 Ascension, Louisiana, United StatesTownship 9, Range 8 East
Census[9] 07 APR 1930 Ascension, Louisiana, United StatesWard 7, Coon Trap Road
Death[3][11] 19 JUN 1949 Ascension, Louisiana, United Statesat his domicile
Burial[11] 20 JUN 1949 St. Theresa Cemetery, Gonzales, Ascension, Louisiana,
Occupation? Farmer, Grist Mill owner
References
  1. Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church records. (Baton Rouge, Louisiana), STH-1,52, 06 FEB 1869.
  2. Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church records. (Baton Rouge, Louisiana), STH-1,70, 21 NOV 1869.
  3. file #36871, in Ascension Parish, Louisiana Successions, Book 378, Acts 1952.
  4. Ascension Parish, Louisiana Conveyances, 08 MAR 1898.

    Conveyances: Book 40, pg. 318. Homestead Certificate No. 687, Application 16325. [Original could not be located in the files.]
    N half of NW quarter Sec 46, T10S, R3E
    Contains 79 acres and 59 hundreths of an acre. Patent recorded General Land Office Vol 128, Page 210 on April 14th 1899.

  5. Ascension Parish, Louisiana Conveyances, 1 Jun 1898.

    Bk. 107, Acts 1897-1905, file no. 9031. Homestead Certificate No. 7850, Application 14374. Patent under Homestead Act of 1862. Issued to Henry Clay.[name incorrect? or a different person?]

  6. 1900 US Census Ascension Parish, Louisiana.

    Year: 1900; Census Place: Police Jury Ward 7, Ascension, Louisiana; Roll: T623 557; Page: 17A; .
    Lanoux Henry C Head WM Feb 1871 29 M7 Farmer
    Alice Wife WF Dec 1870 29 M7 3 3
    Forest son WM Dec 1893 6 S
    Robert son WM Dec 1895 4 S
    Burris Son WM Jun 1898 2 S
    Braud Dozilier Boarder WM May 1846 54 M 1
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  7. 1910 US Census Ascension Parish, Louisiana.

    Year: 1910; Census Place: Police Jury Ward 7, Ascension, Louisiana; Roll: T624_507; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 11; Image: 1140.
    Lanoux Henry C Head MW 40 M Farmer
    Alice FW 39 M
    Forest MW 16 S
    Robert MW 14 S
    Burris MW 12 S
    Gautreau Emelia FW 68 W
    Alexander MW 43 S Farmer
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  8. 1920 US Census Ascension Parish, Louisiana.

    Year: 1920;Census Place: Police Jury Ward 7, Ascension, Louisiana; Roll: T625_604; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 14; Ancestry Image: 372.
    Township 9, Range 8 East
    Lanoux Clay H Head MW 49 Wd grist mill owner
    Forrest Son MW 25 S optician own shop
    Robert Son MW 23 S teacher public school
    Delia Mother FW 68 Wd
    [Note previous listing is Alec and Amelia Gautreau]
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  9. 1930 US Census Ascension Parish, Louisiana, 1930.

    Year: 1930; Census Place: Police Jury Ward 7, Ascension, Louisiana; Roll: 783; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 9; Ancestry Image: 243.0.
    Lannox Henry Clay Head MW 60 M 23 Farmer
    Lodia Wife FW 36 M 23
    Delia Mother FW 78 Wd
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  10. "Schools sell timber", in The New Orleans Daily States, pg 16, September 26, 1917.

    Report on school board actions from recent meeting.
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  11. 11.0 11.1 "Henry C. Lanoux Dies, Funeral Rites Set", in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Baton Rouge Advocate. (Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States), pg 2, 20 June 1949.

    Henry C. Lanoux, 80-year-old retired Gonzales farmer, died yesterday at 2 p.m. following a heart attack.
    He was a life-long resident of Ascension Parish and retired eight years ago.
    Funeral services will be held today at 2:30 p.m. at the Gonzales Catholic church with burial in the church cemetery. Arrangements are being handled by Adam's funeral home in Gonzales.
    He is survived by his widow, Alodia Lanoux; three sons, J. F. of Gonzales, P. R. of New Orleans and J. B. of Baton Rouge; three sisters, Mrs. Cora Arbisi of Baton Rouge, and Mrs. Joseph Gautreaux and Mrs. Ernest Gautreaux, both of Gonzales, and one grandson.
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Pedigree of Henry Clay Lanoue
Henry Clay Lanoue Simon Lanoux Roman Lanoux Simon Lanoux
Felicite Mire
Marie Emalise Savoie Simon Peter Savoie
Rosalie Duhon
Delia Yarborough Joseph Yarborough James Smith Yarborough
Maria Antonia del Carmen Perez
Isabel Gonzales Joseph Gonzales
Andrea Masias