Person:Joseph Duhon (4)

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
  • HJoseph Villior Duhon1844 - 1912
  • WElise Benoit1844 - 1914
Facts and Events
Name[1] Joseph Villior Duhon
Gender Male
Birth[1] 14 Apr 1844 Lake Charles, Calcasieu, Louisiana, United States
Death[1] 2 Oct 1912 Lake Charles, Calcasieu, Louisiana, United StatesBuried: Burleson-Duhon Cemetery, Prien, Calcasieu, Louisiana, USA
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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2, in Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana USGenWeb.

    Southwest Louisiana Historical and Biographical by William Henry Perrin, published in 1891; page 148. Typed by Margaret Rentrop Moore.

  2.   Find A Grave Memorial# 2486824
  3.   J.V. Duhon, Lake Charles. - J.V. Duhon is a native of Calcasieu parish,
    Louisiana, born in 1844. He is the son of C. And A. Duhon, both natives of this
    State. His father was a planter and stock raiser. He was reared, married and
    spent his whole life in Calcasieu parish.

    The subject of this sketch grew to manhood in Calcaseiu parish, and received his
    education in the schools of this place. In 1862 he entered the Confederate
    service and enlisted in company A, Eighteenth Louisiana Regiment, in which he
    served until the close of the war. He was in the battle of Mansfield, besides
    numerous other hotly contested engagements. At the close of the was
    he returned home and emgaged in farming. In 1869 he married Miss Eliza Benoit,
    a native of Louisiana, they having become the parents of twelve children, eight
    of whom are living. Mr. Duhon is one of the successful planters and stock
    raisers of this section; he owns from twelve to fifteen hundred acres of land -
    only a portion of which is under cultivation. He raises principally
    stock of merchandise in connection with the mil lin which he is interested. He
    is a prosperous business man.