The Louisiana Historical Quarterly
1770.—July 5th. Partition. Madames Vilmont, Granprie, and others
in the succession of M. de Chantilly.
Garic, Notary of the Cabildo. Marie Francoise Petit de Coulange,
widow of Robert Gerard de Villemont; Therese Gallard, widow of
Mr. de Grandpré, and Genevieve Gallard, wife of Charles Lesassier,
each heir to one-third of the succession of Francois Gallard de Chantilly
and one-fourth of the succession of Marianne Hervicun.
July 5th. Petition. Alexandre Harang, curator to the minors Roman.
No. 10723. pp. 97022-97026.
To Alferez Real Francisco Maria de Reggio. Jacques and Joseph Roman,
minors, heirs to their parents, Joseph Roman and Marie Joseph Daigle,
petition that a valuation be made of their patrimony and that an account
be rendered by Mr. Daigle, their tutor. They choose and name as their
curator their brother-in-law, Alexander Haran, or Harang, whose father,
Louis Haran or Harant, will be his security. They futher petition for
their act of emancipation. Petition granted. Alexandre Haran is notified
of his appointment as curator to Diego (Jacques) and Joseph Roman, who
must accept, and take oath, and who will represent their interests in the
suit which they prosecute against their tutor, Esteban Daigle. All legal
requirements having been complied with, the Court confirms the appointment
of Alexandre Haran as curator ad lites to the minors Roman.
Procuration. Alex. Harang to Depre.
No. 10724. pp. 97027-97028
Garic, Notary of the Cabildo. Alexandra Harang as husband of Marie Joseph Roman,
and curator ad lites to Diago and Joseph Roman, his wife's minor brothers, and
empowered by Gabriel Fusilier de la Claire, widower, receiver for his minor
children by the deceased Juana Roman, all children and heirs of the deceased
Joseph Roman and Marie Joseph Daigle, their parents. All heirs of the Roman estate
appoint as their attorney Henrique Desprez, to defend their interests in all suits
prosecuted for or against them, in their proceedings to demand an account of the
administration of their estate from their tutor, Mr. Daigle.
July 9th. Procuration. Courtablau to Mazange.
No. 10771. pp. 97206-97207.
Garic, Notary of the Cabildo. Santiago Courtablau to Leonardo Mazange, to represent
his interests in all law suits and business transactions as the case may require,
particularly in the law suit which Courtableau is about to prosecute, or any
legal action which may be brought against him.
July 9th. Partnership. Macnemara with Conway.
No. 10725. pp. 97029-97032.
Garic, Notary of the Cabildo. Bartolomeo Macnemara, and Mauricio Conway, a tanner,
form a partnership to conduct a tannery. Conway occupies the tankard, having begun
the Company on April 1st of this year, which consists of houses, lots,