Person:Simon Savoie (1)

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Simon Peter Savoie
 
m. 07 JAN 1761
  1. Jean Baptiste SavoyABT 1763 -
  2. Amede SavoyABT 1769 -
  3. Joseph SavoyABT 1769 -
  4. Genevieve SavoyABT 1772 -
  5. Francois Paul SavoyABT 1774 -
  6. Simon Peter SavoieABT 1777 -
  7. Marie Modeste SavoyABT 1777 -
  8. Isabelle SavoyABT 1780 -
  • HSimon Peter SavoieABT 1777 -
  • WRosalie DuhonABT 1781 - 1834
m. 11 JAN 1802
  1. Marie Emalise Savoie1802 - 1847
  2. Joseph Savoie1804 - 1855
  3. Marguerite Delphine Savoie1806 - 1861
  4. Marie Magdelena Savoie1808 -
  5. Simon Neuville Savoie1809 - 1848
  6. Marie Savoie1811 -
  7. Rosalie Modeste Savoie1813 -
  8. Maire Seraphine Savoie1815 -
  9. Jean Francois Savoie1818 -
  10. Pierre SavoieBET 1819 AND 1825 -
  11. Julius Savoie1825 -
Facts and Events
Name Simon Peter Savoie
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] ABT 1777 , , St. James, Louisiana,
Reference Number? 66
Baptism[3] 19 OCT 1777 St. James Ch., , St. James, Louisiana,
Marriage 11 JAN 1802 St. James Ch., , St. James, Louisiana,to Rosalie Duhon

No. 151 - Simon Savoye claims a tract of land, situate on the east side of the river Mississippi, in hte county of Acadia, containing five arpents in front, and forty arpents in depth, and bounded on the upper side by land of Simon Gautrot, and on the lower by land of Madame Maxaut.

  This land was surveyed by Don Carlos Trudeau, in the year 1796, for Francisco Duhon, under whose title the claimant holds by virtue of successive sales; the land having been inhabited and cultivated ever since that period until on and after 20th December, 1803. Confirmed.
References
  1. Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church records. (Baton Rouge, Louisiana), SJA-1,36.
  2. Robichaux, Albert J., Jr. (comp.). Colonial Settlers along Bayou Lafourche: Louisiana Census Records, 1770-1798. (Harvey, Louisiana: The Author, 1974), p77.
  3. Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church records. (Baton Rouge, Louisiana), Vol. 2, p. 667 (SJA-1,36).

    Sponsors: Pierre Richard & Anne Vencent

  4.   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, pg. 33.