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Le Vaisseau le Philippe (The Vessel Le Philippe) 25 Jan. 1719 to Lousiana from France

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Source: Ship Lists of Passengers Leaving France for Louisiana 1718-1724, originally published in the Louisiana Historical Society Quarterly
Le Vaisseau le Philippe (The Vessel Le Philippe) 25 Jan. 1719 to Lousiana
Rolle des Passagers Embarqués sur le Vaisseau le Phillippes de la Compagnie D'Occident Capitaine Sr. Pipouse Pour estres mis à terre à la Louisanne.
(List of Passengers embarked on the Vessel Le Philippe of the Company of the West, Captain Sr. Pipourse, to be landed at Louisanna.
Premièrement (First)
Resté à terre et est débarqué dans La Dauphine. (Stayed on shore and have embarked in The Dauphine.
Surname/Title First Name Remarks Remarks - Translation* Where From
LeSieur Sauvage Patrice Enseigne d'Infanterie Ensign of infantry  
Le Sr. De Beaulieu   Enseigne Reformé Ensign at half pay  
Concession Des Srs. De Semonville et Canet (Concession of the Srs. De Semonville and Canet)
Le Sr. Semonville   Habitan Settler  
Made.de Semonville   Habitan Settler  
Le Sr. Canet   Habitan Settler  
Made. Canet   Habitan Settler  
Le Sr. de Bellegarde   Habitan Settler  
Girard François Habitan Settler de Mezières sur Meuse
        (of Mezieres on the Meuse)
Presson François Habitan Settler de Verdun ( of Verdun)
Tremon Henry Habitan Settler de Meziéres (of Mezieres)
Dauvergne Martin Habitan Settler de Champeau en Brie
        (of Champeau in Brie)
de Flande Louis Habitan Settler de Corbie (of Corbie)
la Force Olne Habitan, sa femme Settler, his wife de Corbie (of Corbie)
Gaget Antoine Habitan Settler de Verdun ( of Verdun)
de Flandre Firmin Habitan Settler de Corbie (of Corbie)
Giros Jean Habitan Settler de Chabannes en Poictou
        (of Chabannes in Poictou)
Gallas François Habitan Settler de Paris (of Paris)
Leve Louis Estienne Habitan Settler de Paris (of Paris)
le Comte Pierre Habitan Settler de Dorton en Franche Comté
        (of Dorton in Franche Comte)
Lupé François Habitan Settler de Paris (of Paris)
Chevalier Claude Habitan Settler de Lion (of Lion)
Payen François Habitan Settler de Peronne en Picardie
        (of Peronne in Picardie)
Marcelles Nicolas Habitan Settler d'Arras (of Arras)
la Fontaine Jean Habitan Settler de Fougere en Bretagne
        (of Fougere in Brittany)
lhomme Nicolas Habitan Settler de Chartres en Beauce
        (of Chartres in Beauce)
Autrusseau Jean Habitan Settler de la Rochelle (of la Rochelle)
Mauduisson Pierre Habitan Settler de Beaugency (of Beaugency)
Dubourg Marie Lemoine Habitan Settler d'Alvert en Saintonge
        (of Alvert in Saintonge)
Concession de Sr. Olivier Labitant (Concession of Sr. Olivier Labitant)
Le Sr. Olivier        
de Bru Louis son, Commis his clerk de Paris (of Paris)
Rousseau Marie sa gouvernante his governess de St. Jean d'Angely
        (of St. Jean d' Angely)
Lemoinne Pierre     de St. Mexant Évêche du Mans
        (of St. Mexant, bishopric of Mans)
Menard Jean     de Bouteville prés Angoulême
        (of Bouteville near Angoulême)
Brutier Pierre     de Ruffé pres Angoulême
        (of Ruffé near Angoulême)
Antoine Charles     de Cannes de Paris
        (of Cannes of Paris)
Jolivet Jean     de Paris (of Paris)
Damiens Guillaume Chirurgien Surgeon de Paris (of Paris)
Morin Jean     de Chateaubriand en Gretagne
        (of Chateaubriand in Brittany)
Alay Martin     de Chezeau en Touraine
        (of Chezeau in Touraine)
Munier Jacques     de Paris (of Paris)
Boyer Marc     de la Rochelle (of la Rochelle)
Bonu Pierre     de la Rochelle (of la Rochelle)
Concession de Beaucoudré (Concession of Beaucoudrccé)
Le Sr. de Beaucoudré   Concessionaire Concessionary  
le Clertk Marianne sa gouvernante his governess de Paris (of Paris)
Dubois Louis Pierre son commis, seserté his clerk, deserted de Paris (of Paris)
le Compte Jacques idem ditto de Poictiers (of Poictiers)
Masse Maturin     de Mareuil en Poictou
        (of Mareuil in Poictou
Bidas Pierre deserté deserter de Francoeur Dumans
        (of Francoeur Dumans)
Barrait Antoine idem, deserté deserter de Nantes (of Nantes)
du Rieux Jean idem, deserté deserter de Saurnur (of Saumur
Milain Jean renvoyé sent back de Augers (of Augers
Siguinos Martin     de Sts. Marie évêché de Nantes
        (of Sts. Marie, bishopric of Nantes)
Vaunier Pierre renvoyé sent back dt. Sans Soucy de Lavale
        (of Lavale
Levale Jean renvoyé sent back d'Angers (of Angers)
Demoins Gabriel     de Bouilles Laurens
        (of Bouilles Laurens)
Daniau Philippe      
Daniau   La femme du dt. Daniau the wife of said Daniau  
Lugué Michel      
Milain Gabriel      
Le Sr. Brossard       de Lion (of Lion)
Brossard Mathieu son meveu his nephew de Lion (of Lion)
Made. Brossard   sa belle soeur his sister-in-law de Lion (of Lion)
Le Sr. Machou       de Paris (of Paris)
Made. Grandin       de Paris (of Paris)
Made. Falcon   d'idem ditto  
de Prevon Noël     de Lion (of Lion)
Riviere François d'idem ditto  
Bernoldy Louis      
Chagneau Catherine     de Rompsay ( of Rompsay)
Chagneau Marie d'id. of ditto  
Chagneau Jean d'id of ditto  
Tachon Marie d'id of ditto  
Laboureau Jean     de Dompierre (of Dompierre)
Chagneau Estienne      
Doirier Claude     de Beaugency ( of Beaugency)
Chagneau François      
Chatessin Marie     de Lion (of Lion)
Bessac Michel     de Saintes (of Saintes)
Bouchard Jean      
Tachon Jean     de Sainted (of Saintes)
Tachon Louis      
Concession de Sr. Mazy (Concession of Mr. Mazy)
Le Sr. Mazy        
Le Sr. le Maistre        
Martinot Louis     de Tours (of Tours)
Martinot   La femme du dt. Martinot the wife of said Martinot  
Martinot Louis leur fils their son  
Chailloux Therese     de la Rochelle (of la Rochelle)
Brisard Louis     de Tours (of Tours)
Lamouveaux François     de Paris (of Paris)
Allevin François     de Corbeil (of Corbeil)
Herisse Jacques     de Tours (of Tours)
du Bois Jacques     de Metz ( of Metz)
Allain François     de Tours (of Tours)
Denis Antoine     de Paris (of Paris)
de la Goublaye Antoine     de Fontainbleau ( of Fontainebleau)
Farrias Gregoire      
Farrias Rene      
Lhospital Jean      
Dreux Mathurin      
Soldats (Soldiers)
Silvestres   sergent sergeant  
Boutier   dit the same de Langle ( of Langle)
DuVernay   cadet cadet  
DuRouvroy   cadet cadet  
Protest   cadet cadet  
Cezille   L'aîné cadet The elder cadet  
Cezille   Le Cadet The younger cadet  
Alorge Craft      
Roussel   L'aîné The elder  
Roussel   Le Cadet The younger  
La Vasseur   L'aîné The elder  
Duverger   sa femme his wife  
Marchand Hiacinthe sa femme his wife  
Fagot Louis      
Fagot   sa femme his wife  
Merault Ponce      
Merault   sa femme his wife  

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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