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Ship La Duchess de Noaille from Louisana back to France, some time 1719-1720

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Source: Ship Lists of Passengers Leaving France for Louisiana 1718-1724, originally published in the Louisiana Historical Society Quarterly & Roll of the passengers who set sail on the vessels of the Indies Company (Compagnie des indes) to go to Louisiana, starting from July 1, 1719 in National Archives of Canada (NAC) G1, vol. 464
La Duchess de Noaille from Louisana back to France, no exact date but some time in 1719-1720
Surname/Title First Name   Occupation Landed at:
Sieur Bart   Controller at Isle Dauphine Lorient
Sieur Lotbiničre     Officer La Rochelle
Sieur Labord     Officer in the troops of La Rochelle
      the Colony  
Sieur Burat     Captain, Santo Christo La Rochelle
Rev. Father Lefeue     Carmelite Lorient
Roussel Louis   Cadet Lorient
Labbč Pierre   Solider (died, Jan. 13, 1720) Lacouceur
Gučrin Pierre Solider Soldier La Rochelle
Renaud Jean   Soldier La Rochelle
Bourgeois Jacques   Soldier La Rochelle
Duplessy Jean   Soldier La Rochelle
Le Bel Jacques   Soldier La Rochelle
Cadot Jean   Soldier La Rochelle
Romere Thomas   Prisoner La Rochelle
Delapare Maneul   Prisoner La Rochelle
Bayonde Barthelemy   Prisoner La Rochelle
de Lore Francisque   Prisoner La Rochelle
Ginarette Migael   Prisoner (died, Dec. 25, 1720)  
Orsegue Jean   Prisoner La Rochelle
Ballemerd Laurent   Prisoner La Rochelle
Hermendes Salvador Prisoner Prisoner La Rochelle
Germesale Francisco Prisoner Prisoner La Rochelle
Erouinne Miguel Prisoner   La Rochelle
Erere Francisco   Prisoner La Rochelle
Derrere Miguel   Prisoner La Rochelle
de Lapare Francisco Pierre   Prisoner La Rochelle
Eimanar Melchior   Prisoner La Rochelle
Franco Joseph   Prisoner La Rochelle
  Pablo Joseph   Prisoner La Rochelle

Last Updated on 20/03/04
Transcribed by Laura Freeman

Until January 1, 1820, the U.S. Federal Government did not require require captains or masters of vessels to present a passenger list to U.S. officials. Thus, as a general rule, NARA does not have passenger lists of vessels arriving before January 1, 1820. However, arrivals at New Orleans, Louisiana, 1813-1819, are reproduced in NARA microfilm publication Roll 1 of M2009, Work Projects Administration Transcript of Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New Orleans, Louisiana, 1813-1849 (2 rolls).

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