Person:Jean Duhon (3)

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Jean Serazin Duhon
d.
m. 14 Feb 1820
  1. Jean Serazin Duhon1820 -
  2. Azalie Duhon1823 - 1885
  3. Camille Joseph Duhon1825 - 1895
  4. Clairville Duhon1827 - 1893
  5. Joseph Villior Duhon1844 - 1912
  1. Villeman Duhonabt 1850 - 1922
  2. Marie Donathile Duhon1854 - 1896
  3. John Duhonabt 1857 -
  4. Virginie Duhonabt 1862 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] Jean Serazin Duhon
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] 27 Oct 1820 St Martinville, St Martin, Louisiana, USA
Unknown? 1840
Census[1] 1850 Burton Landing, Calcasieu, Louisiana, United States
Census 1850 Calcasieu, Louisiana, United Stateswith Marie-Celanie Farque
Census[2] 1860 Calcasieu, Louisiana, United States
Census 1860 Calcasieu, Louisiana, United Stateswith Marie-Celanie Farque
Census[3] 1870 Grand Chenier, Cameron, Louisiana, United StatesSubdivision 18
Census 1870 Grand Chenier, Cameron, Louisiana, United StatesSubdivision 18
with Marie-Celanie Farque
Census[4] 1880 Cameron, Louisiana, United StatesWard 4
Census 1880 Cameron, Louisiana, United StatesWard 4
with Marie-Celanie Farque
Death? Y

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Jean Serazin Duhon

Jean Serazin Duhon, son of Cyprien Duhon and Julie Granger, was born in St. Martinville, Louisiana, on 27 October 1820.S5

Jean married Marie-Celanie Farque.

1850 Census

On 10 December 1850, Jean and Celanie were living with four children in Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana. Jean was a planter, with the value of his real estate listed as $100.S1

1860 Census

In 1860, the family was living in Calcasieu Parish with nine children. Jean was listed as a farmer,son Emile was a laborer and daughter Scholastie was a seamstress.S2

1870 Census

By 1880, the family had moved to Subdivision #18, Grand Cheniere, Cameron Parish, Louisiana. Jean was farming, and e value of real estate on the census was listed as $100, and the value of personal property was listed as $300.S3

1880 Census

In 1880, Jean and Celanie were living in the 4th Ward, Cameron Parish, Louisiana. S4

Family Events

Name Parents Entry Source Volume/Pages
DUHON, Jean Sarazin Cyprien & Julie GRANGER b. 27 Oct. 1820 SM Ch. : v 7, #953 Vol. II, p. 293 S5
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Seymour, Geneva Bailey. 1850 census of Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana. (Cecilia, Louisiana: H?bert Publications, c1980), Year: 1850; Census Place: Calcasieu, Calcasieu, Louisiana; Roll M432_230; Page: 380; Image: 274., 10 Dec 1850.
    1850 Census - with list of household members
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Seymour, Geneva Bailey. 1860 census of Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana. (Eunice, Louisiana: H?bert Publications, c1980), Year: 1860; Census Place: , Calcasieu, Louisiana; Roll M653_409; Page: 0; Image: 135., 5 Jul 1860, Primary quality.
    1860 Census - with list of household members
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Seymour, Geneva Bailey. 1870 census of Cameron Parish, Louisiana. (Lubbock, Texas: G. Seymour, c1983), Year: 1870; Census Place: Subdivision 18, Cameron, Louisiana; Roll M593_509; Page: 168; Image: 337., 28 Jul 1870, Primary quality.
    1870 Census - with list of household members
  4. United States. Bureau of the Census. 10th census, 1880. Louisiana, 1880 federal census : soundex and population schedules. (Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, 19--?), Year: 1880; Census Place: 4th Ward, Cameron, Louisiana; Roll T9_450; Family History Film: 1254450; Page: 92.2000; Enumeration District: 34; Image: 0352., 16 Jun 1880, Primary quality.
    1880 Census - with list of household members
  5.   Hébert, Donald J. Southwest Louisiana Records: Church and Civil Records of Settlers, 1756-1810. (Eunice, Louisiana: Hebert Publications, 1974-).