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Le Vaisseau Le St. Louis ( The vessel The St. Louis) 21 March 1719

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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 St. Louis ( The vessel The St. Louis) 21 March 1719
Rôles des personnes embarqués pour la Louisianne sur le Vaisseau le St. Louis commandé par le sieur Du Coulombier party de la rade de la Palisse pour la dittee Colonie le 21 du mois de Mars de la presente année.
(List of persons embarked for Louisinana on the vessel The St. Louis commanded by the Sieur Du Coulombier left the roadstead of La Palisse for the said colony on the 21st of the month of March of the present year, 1719.
Surname/Title First Name Sex Occupation Occupation - Translation
Concession de Sr. Cantillon (Concession of the Sr. Cantillon)
La Sr, Cantillon   M    
Ruau Pierre M    
Texier Pierre M    
Souloone Denys M    
Leyne Guillaume M    
Hussy Thomas M    
Broat Jeanne F    
Jordan Guillaume M    
la Hosse Jean Mathieu M    
Courcy Jean M    
Coubier Simon M    
Courcel Louis M    
Cornelly Jean M    
Barault Anne F    
Owen Jean M    
Smith Jean M    
de l'autre part (listed above) 14 males, 2 females = 16        
Darby Jonathan M commis Clerk
Darling Jean M idem ditto
Cook Robert M Irlandois Irishman
Bidet Jean M Charon wheelright
Bonnet Estienne M Menuisier joiner
Jullien Jean M Boulanger baker
Bertin Elie M Boulanger et Cuiser. baker and cook
Crozimier Nicolas M Laboureur laborer
Foret Michel M Tonnelier cooper
Courtableau Jacques M idem ditto
Garant Jacques M Laboureur laborer
Lesné Charles M Valet valet
Mongon Pierre M Raffineur refiner
Batteton Chistophle M Mineur miner
Paronneau Ollivier M Maréchal shoesmith
Dupain Charles M Laboureur laborer
Rotureau Honoré M Meunier miller
Lartout Pierre Sebastien M Tailleur tailor
Dessans Jean M Perruquier wigmaker
Bertin Marie F Servante serving-girl
Autraseau Jacques M Charpentier carpenter
Rancon Jean M Tailleur tailor
Barbier Jacques M Charpentier carpenter
Le Gas Simon M Laboureur laborer
de l'autre part (listed above) 37 males, 3 females = 40        
Concession de François Caussepain (concession of François Caussepain)
Caussepain François M    
Vendul Charlotte F sa femme his wife
Caussepain Pierre M    
Caussepain Marie F    
Fontaine Madelaine F Servante serving-girl
Passagers particuliers (Private passengers)
Madame Couturier   F    
Martin Marie F sa servante her serving-girl
Troupes (Troops)
Cadets (cadets)
Rousselet Vincent Michel M Troupes Troop
Rousselet Joseph M Cadet cadet
Sergents (Sergeants)
Du Rouvroy   M Sergent Sergeant
Soldats (soldier)
Le Gendre Simon M Soldat Soldier
Jonneau Andre M Soldat Soldier
Fouguet Simon M Soldat Soldier
Micheau Jean M Soldat Soldier
Fouguerollo Philippe M Soldat Soldier
Fouguerollo   F sa femme his wife
Hubert Jean M Soldat Soldier
Exilez par lettre de Cachet ( Exiled by letters-de-cachet)
Le St. Ballay   M Chirurgien surgeon
Déserteurs et autres gens envoyez par ordre de la Cout (Deserters and other psersons sent by order of the Court)
Rencontre Albert M dit Recontre called Recontre
La Soye Paul Andre M dit la Soye called la Soye
Chateauneuf Pierre Fresines M dit Chateauneuf called Chateauneuf
Picard   M    
la Grandeur Jean Bary M dit Grandeur called la Grandeur
de l'autre part (listed above) 54 males, 9 females = 63        
Camusat Pierre M dit Champagne called Champagne
Poupart François M dit Recontre called Recontre
Areus Charles M dit beausoleiB called Beausoleil
Achard Jean Louis M dit St. Paul called St. Paul
Pomart Jean M dit St. Laurent called St. Laurent
Jouvens Joseph M dt. St. Joseph called St. Joseph
Catinois François M    
Nicolas Claude M    
Eurard Jean Baptiste M    
Lavigne   M    
Montagne Tanche M    
Primptems   M    
La Navette   M    
67 males, 9 females =76        

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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