Facts and Events
||11 Feb 1842
||Lafayette, Louisiana, United States
||11 Dec 1850
||Calcasieu, Louisiana, United StatesBurton Landing
||13 Aug 1861
||Grand Coteau, St Landry, Louisiana, United StatesGrand Coteau Church, St. Landry Parish
to Marie Emelina Broussard
||Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana, United States
||Company K of the 2nd Regiment Louisiana Reserve Corps, a local unit raised in Lafayette Parish that fought against prairie Jayhawkers in the final months of the war; Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. POW prl Washington, 17 Jun 65.
Julien married Marie Emelina, called Emelina, daughter of fellow Acadian Laisan Broussard, at the Grand Coteau church, St. Landry Parish, in August 1861. Their son Jean Théophile was born probably at Carencro in October 1863.
During the War Between the States, Julien served in Company K of the 2nd Regiment Louisiana Reserve Corps, a local unit raised in Lafayette Parish that fought against prairie Jayhawkers in the final months of the war.
Benoit, Julien, Pvt, Co K. 2nd La Reserve Corps. rolls of Prisoners of war paroled in Washington, LA, June 17, 1865. Resident of Lafayette Parish.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 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: 381A; Image: 279., 11 Dec 1850.
Michel Benoit 42 M Planter, Value of Real estate $200
-Lise 36 F
-Michel 16 M
-Jean Baptiste 14 M
-Zelmise 11 F
-Lise 8 F
-Virgine 6 F
-Julien 3 M
-6/12 (?) M
Link to record on Ancestry.com
- ↑ Hébert, Donald J. Southwest Louisiana Records: Church and Civil Records of Settlers, 1756-1810. (Eunice, Louisiana: Hebert Publications, 1974-).
Volume 4, p 28
Benoit, Julien (Michel & Lise Granger) b. 11 Feb 1842 (Laf. Ch. : v. 5, p 240)
Volume 7, p 27
Benoit, Julien of Calcasieu (Michel & Elodie Granger) m 13 Aug 1861 Marie Emelina Broussard (GC Ch : v 3, p 157)