with Edward Lamothe. Taking the full size of the back of the Visa (written in Spanish he made a mirror image of it, and selected the area on the back where the birth year would be, underneath the photograph on the front of the Visa. He was the son of Ernest Colas and Eugénie Fortier (both born in 1860 and was born either on 31st July 1891 (World War I Draft Card) or 19th June 1892. MJR 31 This is in accordance with information in the Social Security Death Index. 1900, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, SD1 ED68, Sheet 17, as William Mouton and.S.C. Godmother Eulalie Born Died Laura Hunter (wife of Edward Hunter) February 1864, New Orleans, Louisiana (U.S.C. Joseph Church in 1893, the original church was renamed.
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MJR 33 Lawrence Gushee says that the Paul mentioned above was Paul Dominguez, but I had always thought Paul was Paul Hécaud (at one time, the husband of Eulalie Hécaud a cooper, who was supposed to be from Haiti. She went there in the belief that he was sick and needed her to look after him. He seemed just about as broken as a young man can. Children of André Martin Lamotte and Emma Dupuis Born Died Maria Lamotte 20th May 1839, New Orleans, Louisiana (Orleans Parish Birth Records, Volume 6, page 405)? Although purportedly married to Martin Lamothe, she was not living with him at the time of the census (1st June 1860). Eugene (Gene) Colas was interviewed by Bob Greene and Bill Russell in New York in 1978. Census 1850, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, 1st Ward, 3rd Municipality, page 51) He was also the owner of 3 slaves. Frances Oliver returned to New Orleans in the 1960s, after the death of her husband in March 1958. It appears that Neville (a barber) was the deceased child.