[Handwritten notes] Andre Carriere b. 30 July 1720 per Mobile records.
He was son of Andre and Marie Marguerite Arbut (Arbu)
when then m. Louis Txeront. V. 5
In Jan 1770 census below N.O. on left shore is
Andre Carriere age 50--
Marie Francoise St. Martin, his wife, age 59.
598 The Louisiana Historical Quarterly
Frangois Gallard; total 790 francs and 6 sous. Item, property of
Francois Gallard: house and lot, furniture, guns, a slave named
La Rose, and a money order for 574 francs; total 1409 francs and 8 sous.
May 21, 1738. Remonstrance. 1p.
No. 38/65. See 38/64.
(A rare morsel for voluptuaries in litigation, as the contents touch on baptismal,
nuptial and funeral formalities all in one simple plea.)
Parties: André Carrière, husband of Madame de St. Martin, daughter of late Sieur
St. Martin and Dame Marianne Hervieux, now the wife of Sieur Gallard Chamilly;
and the said R. C. as husband of said Dame Marianne H. Mr. G. C. pleads for the
validity of inventory at issue, drawn up informally because there was no local
Let André Carrière's contentions be set aside; or allow G: C. time to prove date of nuptial benediction.
No note by court.
[Handwritten notes on this remonstrance above] Age checks. This makes it seem
unlikely that 1738 is correct date for this document I feel. 1743 seems more
likely. André would still not have attained majority of 25.
May 22, 1738. Letter of Rullierd to Rasteau.
(Place not stated). 1p.
No. 38/66. See 38/42. 38/79.
Requesting Mr. Rasteau to send him, "by my little canoe," 2 barrels of pitch,
one barrel of tar and 50 lbs. of nails.
(Since he expects to be "ready to cross, the weather favoring, within a fortnight,"
the letter was possibly written at some site across Lake Pontchartrain.)
May 22, 1738. Petition of Recovery.
1p. No, 38/76. See 38/68 1.
Francois Jahan holds a note for 300 francs against Sieur DeChavannes.
Let him be cited.
Action allowed, May 24, and notice served on May 27.
May 39m 1738. Power of Attorney.
2 pp. No. B38/5.
Joseph Dutertre to (name left blank) for drawing on occasion of the first allotment,
in division of the property of J. D. s deceased parents. Detailed instructions follow.
June 7, 1738. Decisions in Civil Suits.
1. Jatian vs. DeChavannes. For J. See 38/67.
2. Marsilly vs. Dame Petit de Livilliers. Case committed to Councillor Raguet, and proceedings adjourned.
Signed: Fazende, Pasquier, Salmon, Louboey, La Frénière.