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Le Maréchal d'Estrées from La Rochelle France, to Louisiana August 19, 1719

Didn't find your ancestor on my free ships' passenger lists? Search Ships Passenger Lists To Louisiana on a trial period free access to Ancestry.com. Their Louisiana Immigration Records includes immigration and naturalizations records such as Louisiana State Database, Louisiana Land Grants, New Orleans, 1820-1850 Passenger Lists, Louisiana Marriages to 1850, Louisiana Census, 1810-1930, Louisiana City Parish Index

Don't miss Ships Arriving in Louisiana Find out what's available to find ancestors on ships arriving in Louisiana.

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
Le Maréchal d'Estrées from La Rochelle France, to Louisiana August 19, 1719
Surname First Name Age Occupation Where From
Sieur Courbelle     lieutenant of Infantry  
Sieur Simarre     ensign  
Sieur Legendre     ensign  
Sieur Habains     reserve officer  
Sieur Duclos     reserve officer  
Sieur Chaber   22 cadet Paris
Frizon Antoine 14 cadet Paris
Gillot François 13 cadet Paris
Mallet Jean-Baptiste 20 founder (soldier) Rouen
Micouin Michel 24 goldsmith (soldier) Villedieu
Perault Noël 47 silk worker (soldier) Paris, parish of St. Paul
Gaudray Clauds 48 gardener (soldier) Metz
Hénault Pierre 29 tapestry worker (soldier) Angers
Maillard Jean-Bte Charles 17 soldier Amiens
Courbec Nicolas 39 soldier Trepagny sur Vexin
Martin André 28 soldier Chatillon in Berry
Cadieu François 17 soldier Auray
Rocheleau Urbain 22 laborer (soldier) Saumur
Nedelec Simon 24 soldier Landerneau in Bretagne
Hurault Jean 28 soldier Melun en Brie
Baillet Amédée-Gaston 21 soldier Brest
Robin Charles 24 soldier Legere in Marche
Taluar George 18 soldier Dol in Bretagne
Jolly François 28 soldier Nantes
LeCoint Jean-Claude 15 saltmaker Lefont in Franche-Comté
Spegrand dit Lafranchise Jacques 35 saltmaker Quet in Dauphiné
Pussin Antoine 30 saltmaker Isle of Flandres
Chapon René 18 saltmaker Autun
Maurin Pierre 28 saltmaker Marsominge in Bresse
Laforte Étienne 35 saltmaker Bourg in Bresse
Comte Pierre 26 cloth maker (saltmaker) Lyon
Villet Jacques 21 saltmaker Lyon
Bertrand Jacques 40 saltmaker St Pierre du Mans
Bruneteau François 35 laborer (saltmaker) Sables d' Olonne
Vialet Jacques 35 saltmaker Bigorre
Rossel Jachim 56 saltmaker Beaumont
Paillard Pierre 30 tailor (saltmaker) Vestal
Bouchet André 36 tailor (saltmaker) Labotière
Gaondet Michel 35 saltmaker Gamestre
Correoux Alexandre 22 paper maker (saltmaker) Antrague
Biot Jacques 55 saltmaker Bigorre
Raymond Joseph 27 surgeon (saltmaker) Piolin
Gay Pierre 20 saltmaker Château Roux
Payen Jean 58 saltmaker Branot
Carpentier Pierre 12 saltmaker Poulerville
Fournier Paul 30 saltmaker St-Neux
Hyvalle Thomas 10 saltmaker Corbey
Bardet Paul 30 saltmaker Vieux Rouen
Rolland Jacques 18 saltmaker Unbay en Artois
Ouailly Jean 70 saltmaker Betquin en Artois
Naudin Jean 45 saltmaker Paris
Raquin Reine   his wife Paris
Pacot Antoine 35 saltmaker Dijon
Pacot François   his sister Dijon
Bertemon Barthelemy 42 saltmaker Port
Morice Marguerite   his wife Port
Bertemon Marguerite   daughter Port
Padot Jean 18 saltmaker Dain
Dalavier Senis 17 saltmaker Capin
Minard Louis 15 saltmaker Dauphin
Danet Louis 16 saltmaker Dauphin en Artois
de Ferriere Paquette   saltmaker  
Launoix Pierre 38 saltmaker Remy
Lamontagne Lucas dit 50 cook (saltmaker) Thomas in Normandy
Lacroix Verville dit 28 saltmaker Montigny in Picardy
  Delmas 40 saltmaker Alby Cange
Durand Jean 34 saltmaker Landisaie in Normandy
Charpentier Marie   his wife Landisaie in Normandy
Cheminet Blaise 40 laborer (saltmaker) St. Agnaldeux
Petit Henry 50 Mason (saltmaker) Balame
Verdun Denis 40 laborer (saltmaker) Chalon
Vallet Joseph 30 laborer (saltmaker) Champlieux
Rivet Jacques 24 laborer (saltmaker) St. Nizier sous Charlieux
Forsine dit Romaine Jean-Baptiste 40 tailor (saltmaker) Rome
Anselme Claude 40 laborer (saltmaker) Roma en Bresse
Darfin Claude 20 laborer (saltmaker) Mont Louet
Gouard Philbert 19 laborer (saltmaker) Villefranche
Mouet Jean-Baptiste 40 laborer (saltmaker) Bourg St. Christophe
Granger Jean Ninond dit 29 laborer (saltmaker) Poul in Beaujolais
Tiers Claude 35 laborer (saltmaker) Port d'Autun in Daphine
Lustier Jean-Pierre 28 laborer (saltmaker) Velin
Dubois Michel 30 laborer (saltmaker) St. Bonnes in Dauphiné
Chanat Jean 24 laborer (saltmaker) Autrugue in Languedoc?
Feratier Pierre 26 laborer (saltmaker) Sensines Luchon
Varennes François 40 laborer (saltmaker) Valence
Moulin Pierre 35 laborer (saltmaker) Ginodan
Rioux Claude 22 laborer (saltmaker) Gennistes
Cour Mathieu de 35 laborer (saltmaker) St. Proc
Brien Vidalle 35 laborer (saltmaker) Retourne
Bernier Vincent 25 laborer (saltmaker) Chabrillan
Fussiz dit Philbert Jean 42 laborer (saltmaker) Tellier

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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Step 1: First search for your immigrant ancestor in the five major ports of arrival - New York New York, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, Baltimore Maryland, Boston Massachusetts and New Orleans Louisiana

Naturalization Records are a great way to find an ancestor's arrival year and ship name!

Step 2: If you don't find your immigrant ancestor in a large port city, try smaller ports of arrival - Virginia, Connecticut, Delaware, Texas, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Maine, Rhode Island, Florida, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Michigan, Alaska, California, Hawaii and Washington

Step 3: Still can't find your immigrant ancestor on an American ships passenger list? Try a Canadian Port of Arrival and the Canada-U.S. border crossing records (Saint Albans Lists).

Step 4: If you still can't find your ancestor in free ships passenger lists, try ships passenger lists and naturalization records on a pay site. See the Immigration Comparison Chart to help you decide which of the fee-based sites has the passenger lists you need to find your immigrant ancestor

Step 5: Search for ships passengers in Ethnic Groups immigrating to America, other miscellaneous ports of arrival, Ships Passenger Lists on NARA microfilm, J.J. Cooke Shipping Agent Records, Castle Garden New York Ships Passenger Lists 1855-1890, Ellis Island New York Ships Passenger Lists 1894-1927 & Naturalization Records

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