Matches 151 to 200 of 719
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||buried in marsh ||NICOVICH, Marco (I4395)
||Buried next to last wife, Caroline, near the large magnolia tree near crypt of Charles Sr. & Clara Duggan ||DUGGAN, John M. (I815)
||But in 1880 Census, daughter Vianna gives her father’s birthplace as “Virginia” ||DAVIDSON, William Lee (I1284)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||LANE, Kecia Rose (I2578)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||SLAY, Rachalle Lauren (I688)
||Came to Acadie in 1659. ||GRANGER, Lawrence (I1197)
||Came to Biloxi through his service in the U.S. Coast Guard. ||GARRETT, Seaborn Wallace (I791)
||Came to the Biloxi area in 1809 and lived there the rest of his life. ||CAILLAVET, Louis Arbanas (I5402)
||Came to the U.S. with his brother, William Frederick.|
Soon after marriage, acquired a rice plantation and used Chinese labor to work rice growing. This was probably in St. James Parish, Louisiana.
Developed rheumatic fever so doctor advised him to move to Gulf Coast. Around 1872, he moved his family to Biloxi, Mississippi, where he purchased a large summer home from the deLamarre estate (later the White House Hotel). In time, dispensed of that property and bought land bordering on Porter Ave., Railroad and Cemetery Streets where he built a big house and operated “Chas. Venus Grocery Store.”
|VENUS, Charles (I39)
||came with 2 brothers ||TIBLIER, Vital (I2042)
||Catherine Barre? ||LELIEVRE, Jeanne (I1434)
||cemetery somewhere on Back Bay ||MILLER, Sophia (I4690)
||CENSUS: 1671 Census of Port Royale|
Thomas Cormier, carpenter, 35, wife Madeline Girouard; Child: 1 daughter; cattle 7, sheep 7.
CENSUS: 1686 Census of Chignouctou Dit Beaubassin
Thomas Cormier 55, Magdelaine Girouard 37; children: Magdeleine 18, Francois 16, Alexis 14, Marie 12, Germain 10, Pierre 8, Angelique 4, twins Marie and Jeanne 1; 4 guns, 40 arpents, 30 cattle, 10 sheep, 15 hogs.
CENSUS: 1671 Census of Port Royale
Thomas Cormier, carpenter, 35, wife Madeline Girouard; Child: 1 daughter ; cattle 7, sheep 7.
CENSUS: 1686 Census of Chignouctou Dit Beaubassin
Thomas Cormier 55, Magdelaine Girouard 37; children: Magdeleine 18, Franc ois 16, Alexis 14, Marie 12, Germain 10, Pierre 8, Angelique 4, twins Mar ie and Jeanne 1; 4 guns, 40 arpents, 30 cattle, 10 sheep, 15 hogs.
|CORMIER, Thomas Charles (I1209)
||Certain men renowned as warriors and hungers of endowed with a gift for oratory qualified as leaders in Wabanaki communities and were called sagamores. Greater sagamores were known to possess as well special spirit power which enabled them to accomplish extraordinary feats. The greatest Shamans were likely to be the most important chiefs. |
Madockawando is remembered as "a great chief of the Penobscots". His village was at Pentegoet (modern day Castine, Maine) and his daughter, Pidianiski, baptized Molly Mathilde, married Baron de St. Castin (1652-1707).
Among the nomadic Wabanacki - the tribes of the Maritimes, Maine and the rest of northern New England - Shamanism was commonly attributed to the greater chiefs to whom supernatural power would give authority in the absense of a strong social organization.
Madockawando as chief and Shaman was a soothsayer, clairvoyant, necromancer, exorcist and was in a position to act as a middleman between his people and the powers that meddle with life. He is a "wonder-worker", whose magic was derived from the spiritual and animal world. Indeed, the very ending of his name means mysterious, magical, powerful, miraculous, enabling things to be done supernaturally. He could lead them to game; he could drive out the devils of disease and circumvent the magic of enemies. Ordinary men could fight, but only the man with magic could content with the unseen powers and work out destiny.
Among his descendants was Lt. Governor John Neptune (1767-1865) who inherited the Shamanistic power of Madockawando. As with his forbear, he was regarded as a peculiarly gifted "Medeoulinwak" (magician) "who could make his voice heard 100 miles away, who could walk in hard ground sinking up to his knees at every step, who could find green corn in winter and tobacco in the forest where there was none and who had fought and overcome that slimy, devouring monster, the dreadful Wiwiliamecq.
"Old John Neptune and Other Maine Indian Shamans"
by Fannie Hardy Eckstrom (1938)
|MADOCKAWANDO Chief (I1120)
||Changed family name to "De Foret" because his mother's family name was "Depolo". Moved from Korcula, Croatia to Los Angeles, USA in 1921 and married Dorothy. Last known to live in Oregon.--notes on Facebook by Dinko Foretich 8/22/2012. Had 4 daughters.|
Is "Mitre" another name for one of the other 6 sons or really a 7th?
|FORETIĆ, Mitre (I4781)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||MCGILL, Mary Virginia (I134)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||MCLURE, Mary Elizabeth “Betty” (I87)
||Choctaw Indian ||MILISEW (I5555)
||Choctaw Indian woman. Marriage certificate of her daughter Magdeliene states that her mother was simply "an Indian woman," and there is no actual documentation of her name. The name listed here and those of her parents appear in some sources but are undocumented. ||PANYOUASAS, Emashapa (I2326)
||civil ceremony 1820; formal Catholic marriage on 2/8/1836 ||Family F882
||civil ceremony in 1827; church ceremony 1836 ||Family F1266
||Civil War vet; joined troops at age 16; surrendered at North Carolina ||SEYMOUR, Henry (I2272)
||Civil War? ||FORETICH, Jean Baptiste (I243)
||Claimed to be the first white child born in New France ||DESPORTES, Marie-Helene (I1427)
||Clothilde Foretich was a witness to marriage. ||Family F3994
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||BAFFES, Melanie Sue (I662)
||Commander of garrison at Port Royale until his death, at which time command passed to Germain Doucet. See note at entry for Germain Doucet. ||PESSELEY, Issac (I1015)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family F1
||complications from pneumonia ||DEMORUELLE, William McAdoo Jr. (I2754)
||Confederate war veteran ||MEAUT, Joshua (I2284)
||Confirmed at Deer Island on April 21, 1798|
Her children with Pierre Fayard reported in publication of Mississippi Coast Historical & Genealogical Society.
|CARCO, Susanne (I1264)
||Confirmed at Deer Island on April 21, 1798 ||CARCO, Joseph (I2081)
||contrat ----- 30 mai 1581, Pau|
(tém: du côté du futur: sa mère, Me Pierre d'Abbadie docteur en droit, abbé de Pimbo, Me Gassiot d'Abbadie lt-gen au siège de Saint-Sever frères & Bernard de Caplane Sgr de Luc; du côté de la future: Dlle Jeanne de Castagnède grand-mère, Noble Johanot de Luger Sgr de Précillon, capne Jean du Vidou, de Lasseube, Ramonet de Guilhassot, de Gerderest capne, Me Pierre de Pédesert conseiller du roi, Me Odet de Forbet procureur patrimonial, Noble Jordan de Lane Sgr de Hagedet & Gassie de Castagnède oncle)
[contract ----- May 30, 1581, Pau
(witness: [neighbor of the future?]: his mother; Master Pierre d'Abbadie, doctor in law, abbot of Pimbo; Master Gassiot d'Abbadie, lieutenant-general with the head office of Saint-Sever brothers & Bernard de Caplane, Lord of Luc; [neighbor of the future?]: Demoiselle Jeanne de Castagnède, grandmother; Noble Johanot de Luger, Lord of Précillon; captain Jean de Vidou, of Lasseube; Ramonet de Guilhassot, of captain Gerderest; Master Pierre de Pédesert, adviser of the king, Master Odet de Forbet, patrimonial prosecutor; Noble Jordan de Lane, Lord of Hagedet & Gassie de Castagnède, uncle
||contrat ----- 4 févr 1649, Arette|
(tém: du côté du futur: Noble Jean de Bidou chanoine et vicaire général d'Oleron oncle; du côté de la future: Dlle Madeleine de Làas autrement de Bonasse nièce, Nobles Tristan de Béarn curé d'Arette & Auger de Béarn oncles paternals, Messire Charles de Lateulade lt pour le roi au gouvernement de Navarreux, Messire Jean-Jacques de Béarn & Noble Gilles de Làas major en la garnison de Navarreux)
[Contract ----- 4 Feb 1649, Arette
(witness: [neighbor of the future?]: Noble Jean de Bidou, canon and vicar general of Oleron, uncle; [neighbor of future?]: Demoiselle Madeleine de Làas otherwise of Bonasse, niece, Noble Tristan de Béarn parson of Arette & Auger de Béarn, paternal uncles, Lord Charles de Lateulade lieutenant for the king with the government of Navarreux, Lord Jean-Jacques de Béarn & Noble Gilles de Làas, major in the garrison of Navarreux)]
||corner of Marais and Mandeville in Marigny/St. Rock/Bywater area ||GUTIERREZ, Juan Girona Genaro ("Henry John") (I32)
||corner of Marias and Mandeville in Marigny/St. Rock/Bywater area ||GUTIERREZ, Raphaela (I35)
||CSA headmarker with no dates of birth or death ||CUEVAS, James (I5470)
||DAR, UDC, Colonial Dames, First Families of Mississippi, Garden Club.|
Received recognition by the National Conference of Mayors for her “Seafood Industry Trail” in Biloxi.
Interested in opera
|ATKINSON, Pearl Lee (I79)
||date approximate ||FORETICH, Giovanni (I183)
||date approximate ||CUEVAS, Eugenia (I236)
||date approximate ||SWIM, John (I351)
||date approximate ||LANDRY, Joseph Norbert Jr. (I714)
||date approximate ||POCHE, Anastasie (I715)
||date approximate ||BOSARGE, Mary Coreen (I804)
||date approximate ||DUGGAN, Leah Mae (I805)
||date approximate ||BENNETT, Alice (I814)
||date approximate ||BENNETT, Leah (I820)
||date approximate ||DUGGAN, Mary (I825)
||date approximate ||FORNUA, Mary (I828)
||date approximate ||FORNUA, Emma (I829)