Person:Simon Lanoux (2)

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Simon Lanoux
m. abt 1770
  1. Simon Lanouxabt 1771 - 1838
  2. Michael Lanoux1773 - 1843
  3. Marianne LanouxABT 1775 - 1810
  4. Marie Froisie LanouxBEF 1777 -
  5. Euphrosine Lanoux1778 - 1856
  6. Elias LanouxABT 1781 - 1795
  7. Marie Marthe LanouxABT 1783 - 1846
  8. Marie Louisa LanouxABT 1785 - 1833
  9. Scholastique Lanoux1787 - 1859
  10. Carmelite Lanoux1795 - 1868
  • HSimon Lanouxabt 1771 - 1838
  • WFelicite Mireabt 1770 - 1834
m. 9 Jan 1798
  1. Simon Lanoux1798 - 1845
  2. Augustine Lanoux1801 - 1845
  3. Jordan Lanoux1802 - 1845
  4. Magdeline Clotilde Lanoux1804 -
  5. Jean Dominique Lanoux1805 -
  6. Roman Lanoux1806 -
  7. Henriette Scholastie Lanoux1808 -
  8. Marie Josephine Lanoux1810 -
  9. Rosalie Lanoux1813 -
Facts and Events
Name Simon Lanoux
Gender Male
Birth[1] abt 1771 St. James Parish, Louisiana
Baptism[1] 31 Mar 1771 St. James Church, St. James Parish, Louisiana
Marriage 9 Jan 1798 Ascension Church, Donaldsonville, Ascension Parish, Louisianato Felicite Mire
Property[3] 1803 Acadia County, Louisiana
Death[2] Jun 1838 Ascension Parish, Louisiana
Burial[2] 14 Jun 1838 Ascension Church, Ascension Parish, Louisiana
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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church records. (Baton Rouge, Louisiana), Vol. 2, p. 454.

    Parents are listed as Pierre Lanoux & Catherine LaBlanc (citing SJA-1,8)

  2. 2.0 2.1 Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church records. (Baton Rouge, Louisiana), Vol. 5, p. 378.

    Age 60 (citing ASC-4,289)

  3. First Settlers of the Louisiana Territory: Orleans Territory Grants from American State Papers, Class VIII, Public Lands. 2v. (Nacogdoches, Texas: Ericson Books, c1983-), vol. I.

    p. 38
    No. 174 - Michel and Simon Lanoue claim a tract of land, situate on the east side of the river Mississippi, in the county of Acadia, containing three arpents and twenty toises in front, forty arpents in depth, and bounded on one side by land of Pierre Lanoue.

    This is part of a tract of land of fifteen arpents and twenty toises in front, on the ordinary depth, surveyed by Don Carlos Trudeau, in the year 1782, for Pierre Lanoue, the father of the claimants, from whom they purchased; the land having been inhabited and cultivated ever since the above period, until on and after the 20th of December, 1803. Confirmed.
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    p. 82
    No. 384 - Simon Lanoue claims a tract of land situate on the east side of the river Mississippi, in the county of Acadia, containing four arpents in front and forty in depth, and bounded on the upper side by land of Gullaume Canouet and on the lower by land of Baptiste Bourgeois.

    It appears that the claimant did actually inhabit and cultivate the land now claimed on the 20th December, 1803, and that the same was continually inhabited and cultivated by him, or those under whom he claims, for more than ten consecutive years next preceding. Confirmed.

  4.   St. James, Louisiana, United States. Successions, File #163.

    Succession of Catherine LeBlanc, widow Pierre Lanoux. Simon Lanoux is named as the son of the deceased Catherine Lanoux.