for CORE - Ark. Sarrazin
This tends to confirm my conclusion that this lady who m. 1st Nicolas
Sarrazin 2nd Laurent Bordelon 3rd Jean Stephan dit Roconcour was
Anne Francoise Rolland listed among the girls sent from Paris by order
of King in 1719 on board the Mutine (Conrad, First Frontier Vol I p 26)
Remember photocopies of worksheet you sent? You can follow
original to understand the4se brief notes:
Sarrazin Nic. m. before 1722 A. F. Roland (ref. in Mobile, Ala
cathedral records as godmother)
What is your ref. for N. Sarrazin d. before 20 Feb. 1730?
children 1. Antoine m. 1747 M. Colon d. 26 Feb. 1764 (Pt. Coupee reg.)
3. Michel Sarrazin listed as wife, 3 ch. in N.O. [New Orleans] 1726
d. 30 July 1746 age 18 (Point Coupee reg,)
is prob. Michel listed as godf. to Sephan [Clave?] 1737
[note in left margin]
N.O. Cathedral Bapt +
marriage I 1731-33
Act 339, p 188
20 Feb 1730
Bordelon to Francoise
Roland, widow of
Nicolas Sarrazin, etc.
#2 Francois is prob. same as funeral (death) record 20 July 1763
Pointe Coupee saying "killed about May 20." and
"interpreter of the Arkansas nation (Pt.C. reg. III p. 136)
What is your source for mg. contract 6 Jan 1752
w Francoise LEPINE?
La. Hist. Library Black Books 1 May 1749
Letter from Arkansas: SARAJIN to (blank) in New Orleans
advising him of the envoy by his brothers of some
skins + also giving notice of an attack by Indians
who killed 2 and made 5 prisoners.
LA Hist Q Vol 25, p 856-857 Marriage Contract - Done at
Ark Post 6 Jan 1752 Francois Sarrazin, native of La., to Francoise
Lepine, a native of Ark., dau. of late Jean Francois Lepine and
Catherine Schemal - etc.
When Sarrazin died Francoise m. Jean Baptiste Tisserant
de Monchervaux (which you probably know because of your own family
ties to this line) and in 1771 m, 3rd Jacques Phillipe Jacquelin.
Francoise's mother was a daughter of Francois Cheval and
Marguerite Colombo (much proof at hand) apparently (at least 2
have not found 1 overlooked by chronicles in La.