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    • 1722-08-15 French Superior Council record

    • Wills; Inheritance & sucession; Religion; Colonialism; French Colony; Slaves; Silverware; Arms & Armament; Textiles
    • Succession of Reverend Father Nicolas Arquevaux, age 34, native of Verdun, Lorraine, last will and testament. Will includes Reverend Father Nicolas Arquevaux's possessions, including one slave, table silver, clothing, and guns. (See WPA abstract.)...
    • 1728-03-20 French Superior Council record

    • 1728; Louisiana; French Colony; Nicolas Gaumy; Augustin Langlois; New Orleans; succession; Land; Prices; Selling; Actions & defenses;
    • Succession of Nicolas Gaumy dit "La Riviere." Droy, tutor of minor children of Nicolas Gaumy, deceased, vs Augustin Langlois. Suit for payment of 200 livres due on purchase prise of a lot of ground. Judgement in favor of plaintiff condemning...
    • 1735-04-11 French Superior Council record

    • successions; Slaves; colonialism; French Colony; Louisiana; 1735; Plantations; Delachaise; Nobiliere; Cattle; Vegetables; Equipment; Buildings; Plants;
    • Succession of Delachaise; inventory of plantation La Nobiliere, including negro slaves, crops, cattle, tools, and buildings. (See WPA abstract.) Property of the Louisiana Historical Society. http://louisianahistoricalsociety.org/
    • 1738-08-01 French Superior Council record

    • 1738; French Colony; Colonialism; Louisiana; succession; will; slaves; slavery; inventory; furnishings; Company of the Indies; plantations;
    • Succession of Andre Cresmane. Agreement as to property of succession, including plantation and slaves. It is agreed that Dame Marie Jacobe, widow of decedent, shall have the right to cultivate for her own account the plantation belonging to said...
    • 1738-10-22 French Superior Council record

    • 1738; Louisiana; Colonialism; French Colony; disease; slaves; slavery; sick persons; Indians of North America;
    • Report of death of Indian slave. Sr. Gerard Pery, agent and attorney in fact of Sr. de Coustillas, testamentary executor, reports the death of an Indian woman slave, belonging to said succession, of a long and wasting disease. (See WPA abstract.)...
    • 1739-03-06 French Superior Council record

    • 1739; French Colony; Louisiana; Colonialism; Bienville; Slavery; Slaves; free people of color; succession; will; Blacks
    • Petition to Sr. Bienville by Louis Connard, and wife Catherine, for themselves and their children, praying that their freedom, granted by will of M. de Coustillas, their late Master, be confirmed. Confirmation of freedom as prayed for. (See WPA...
    • 1739-03-19 French Superior Council record

    • 1739; French Colony; Colonialism; Louisiana; blacks; slavery; slaves; slave trade; auctions; sick persons; aged persons;
    • Copy of process verbal of sale at public auction and adjudication of an old and infirm female black slave named Angelique, belonging to said succession. The sale was made by virtue of an order of the Superior Council on the petition and...
    • 1739-07-16 French Superior Council record

    • 1739; French Colony; Louisiana; Colonialism; blacks; slaves; slavery; slave trade; children; auctions; Company of the Indies; sick persons; lease & rental services; succession; surgeon; physicians; examinations;
    • The Procurator represents that Sr. Chapron, tutor of the minor daughter of the decedent, is responsible for three black male slaves, three black female slaves, and three black slave children of said succession. Chapron leases them to the Company of...
    • 1739-07-17 French Superior Council record

    • 1739; French Colony; Louisiana; Colonialism; physicians; sick persons; aged persons; examinations; slaves; slavery; blacks; succession; slave trade;
    • Certificate of Sr. Cendret, M.D., regarding the condition of, Angelique, an old and infirm black female slave. (See WPA abstract.) Property of the Louisiana Historical Society. (http://louisianahistoricalsociety.org/)
    • 1739-07-19 French Superior Council record

    • 1739; French Colony; Louisiana; Colonialism; slave trade; blacks; slaves; slavery; auctions; lease & rental services; sick persons; aged persons; blind persons; Larche; succession; children; maintenance & repair; levees;
    • Notice of auction sale of an old, infirm and half-blind black female slave and auction of lease of three black male slaves, two black female slaves and some black slave children belonging to the estate of Joseph Larche. Said slaves are to be leased...
    • 178 Sugar and cotton plantation slaves!

    • Slave traders--United States;Slave trade--Louisiana;Slavery--United States;Broadsides;Auctions;
    • Broadside for slave auction held March 13-14, 1855. Auction held for the benefit of the William M. Lambeth succession of the Waverly and Meredith plantations. The auctioneers are Beard & May. Auction held at Banks' Arcade on Magazine Street in New...
    • 178 Sugar and cotton plantation slaves!

    • Slave traders--United States;Slave trade--Louisiana;Slavery--United States;Broadsides;Auctions;
    • Broadside for slave auction held March 13-14, 1855. Auction held for the benefit of the William M. Lambeth succession of the Waverly and Meredith plantations. The auctioneers are Beard & May. Auction held at Banks' Arcade on Magazine Street in New...

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