Person:Joseph Naquin (1)

Watchers
  1. Madeleine Francois Naquin1759 - 1759
  2. Pierre-Paul Naquin1766 -
  3. Joseph Jacques Naquin1766 - 1837
m. 17 Apr 1787
  1. Joseph Ambroise Naquin1790 - 1860
  2. Ambroise Naquin1797 - 1840
Facts and Events
Name Joseph Jacques Naquin
Gender Male
Birth? 21 Jan 1766 Saint-Suliac, Ille-et-Vilaine, France
Immigration[1][3] 10 Sep 1785 New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Marriage 17 Apr 1787 Donaldsonville, Ascension, Louisiana, United StatesAscension Church
to Marie Josephe Arcement
Death? 21 Feb 1837 Thibodaux, Lafourche, Louisiana, United States
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References
  1. Robert C. West. Naquin in Louisiana. (An Atlas of the Louisiana Surnames of French and Spanish Origin, 1986).

    The Naquins of Louisiana stem from the families of two Acadians of that surname, Ambroise and Charles who arrived in New Orleans with their children in the 1785 migration of exiles from France.

  2.   Acadian-Cajun Genealogy and History.
  3. Passenger List for Le Saint Remi
    Ambroise NAQUIN, plowman - 60
    Elizabeth BOURG, wife - 58
    Joseph NAQUIN, son, carpenter - 19
    Pierre NAQUIN, son, carpenter - 19
    The Le Saint Remi, a 400 ton ship led by Captain Baudin, left France on Thursday, June 27, 1785. After 75 days at sea, they arrived on September 10, 1785. There were 325 people on board, along with 16 stowaways for a total of 341 families. On the way, there were 15 deaths from scurvy and smallpox. While in New Orleans, the group further increased by 19 (including 8 births) and decreased by 16 deaths. When it came time to settle down: 2 families settled near Galveztown, 2 families went to the Attakapas, and 85 families chose to settled along Bayou Lafourche.