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Le Vaisseua L'Union(The Vessel L' Union) 28 May 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 Vaisseua L'Union----(The Vessel L' Union) 28 May 1719
Rôle des personnes embarquées pour la Louisianne sur le Vasseau L' Union commandé par Mr. De la Mancelière Grané party de la rade de Chef de Baye pour la ditte Colonie le 28th, May de la presente année 1719.
(List of the persons embarked for Louisiana on the vesel the "Union" Commanded by Mr. De la Manceliere Grane left the roadstead of Chef de Baye for the said colony the 28th of May of the present year 1719. )
Surname/Title First Name Sex Occupation Occupation -Translation Where From
Concession de Sr. Caze (Concession of Sr. Caze)
Monsieur de Villardeau   M Directéur Général de la Colonie Director-General of the Colony  
      de la Louisianne of Louisianna  
Le Sr. Marlot   M teneur de livre de Villardeau bookkeeperof Mr. De Villardeau  
Bard Jean M valet de Mr. De Villardeau valet of Mr. De Villardeau de Paris (of Paris)
Concessionaires (Concessionaires)
Mr. Renaud   M      
Catton   M      
Les Srs. Ozias   M      
Durendy   M      
de la Brosse   M      
Pugeol   M      
Lallemand   M      
Toré Bernard M      
Toré   F du dit Sr. Toré the wife of said Sr. Toré  
Toré   F enfant, sa fille child, his daughter  
Roerou Ignace M      
Ouvriers de la Concession de Monsr. Renaud (Workmen of the Concession of Mr. Renaud)
Bastin François M      
Pepin Joseph M      
Troquelet Pierre M      
de l'autre part (listed above) 15 males, 1 female, 1 child =17
Denis Antoine M      
Jacquemin Simon M      
Chartier Joseph M      
Stin Gregoire M      
Petrard Jean Jacques M      
de la Plante Pierre M      
Lamontagne Jean M      
Le Feure Jean Bte. M      
Dumont Nicolas M      
Pouillard Jean M      
Fine Hubert M      
Gautier Joseph M      
Rocroix Laurens M      
Frogneux Lievains M      
Beguet François M      
Baudeson Nicolas M      
Manur Philippe M      
Blampin Leonard M      
Catherine Joseph M      
Darmuseau Nicolas M      
de Tierse Hubert M      
Renier Barthelemy M      
Faussier Joseph M      
Legrand Louis M      
Bisseret Remis M      
Boissieux Joseph M      
Morage Joseph M      
Britel Guillaume M      
Coquillard Jacques M      
Tisson Pierre M      
de la Garde Jean M      
Prevost Antoine M      
Prevost Jeanne F sa femme his wife  
Prevost Elizabeth F sa fille his daughter  
Prevost Annette F idem ditto  
Le Doux Gabriel F fille girl  
de Manaye Jean Jacques M      
de l'autre part (listed above) 48 males, 2 females, 4 children = 54
Concession de Mrs. De Ponival (Concession of Messueurs de Ponival)
Le Sr. Jacques de Ponival   M      
Le Sr. Claude de Ponival   M      
Ouvriers (workmen)
de Trusquelay Joseph M ouvrier workman  
de Trusquelay Jean M ouvrier workman  
Lavenant Jean   enfant child  
Saumon Marin   enfant child  
Martin Thomas   enfant child  
Gaudin René M      
Le Gallay Jean M      
Chevalier François M      
Gerard Jean   enfant child  
Passagers particuliers (Private passengers)
Le Sr. Couturier   M      
Gaudin Jeanne F sa femme his wife  
Couturier Jeanne F leur fille their daughter  
Desjean Pierre M     adressé à Mr. Diron Capitaine à la
          Louisianne (directed to Mr. Diron,.
          captian in Louisiana).
Le Sr. Renaud   M      
Le Sr. Verteuil François M     de Beaumasson
Verteuil Jean   enfant, sons fils child, his son  
Le Sr. Descreuset   M      
Troupes (troops)
Le Sr. Carrier de Maneray   M cape. captain  
Le Sr. De Beauchamp   M Lieutenant lieutenant  
Le Sr. Degua   M id. ditto  
Le Sr. Le Sorteval   M id. ditto  
Made. De Sorteval   F son espouse his spouse  
Le Sr. de Kgoet   M sous lieutenant second lieutenant  
Le Sr. Deysautier   M idem ditto  
Le Sr. de Coustillan   M id ditto  
de l'autre part ( listed above) 67 males, 4 females, 10 children = 81
Cadets (cadets)
Le Sr. Moguet   M cadet cadet  
Sandra   M cadet cadet  
Michel   M cadet cadet  
Darbonne   M cadet cadet  
Dufour   M cadet cadet  
Mauricet   M cadet cadet  
Deysautier   M cadet cadet  
Reneux   M cadet cadet  
Sergent ( sergeant)          
Livet Jacques M sergent sergeant  
Soldats (soldiers)
Sainton Pierre Charles M soldat soldier  
Sainton François Augustin M soldat soldier  
Heroulx Pierre M soldat soldier  
Annet Vincent François M soldat soldier  
Jamin Pierre M soldat soldier  
Bringuan Nicolas M soldat soldier  
Cheron Robert M soldat soldier  
Lavergne Jean M soldat soldier  
Ysquain George M soldat soldier  
Lousy Jean Louis M soldat soldier  
Salomon Louis M soldat soldier  
le Capitaine Adrien M soldat soldier  
Paquet Jacques M soldat soldier  
Barbeau Guillaume M soldat soldier  
Chevrié Jacques M soldat soldier  
Gobet Pierre M soldat soldier  
Marteau Philippi M soldat soldier  
Perichon François M soldat soldier  
Croliés Charles M soldat soldier  
Robin Nicholas M soldat soldier  
Patreu François M soldat (dt. Beaulieu) soldier (called Beaulieu)  
Gouin Claude M soldat soldier  
de l'aitre part (listed above) 98 Males, 4 females, 10 children = 109
Gens engagez pour le service de la Comp. à la Louisiane (Persons engaged in the service of the Company in Louisiana)
le Breteche Antoine M Me. Canonier Gunner  
Le Sr. Boiriou   M earluer patron de Felougue Coxswain of Felougue  
Le due Boiriou   M son épouse his wife  
Viens Jean M dt. Carpantra Charper ? ? ?  
Exillez par ordre du Roy (Exiled by order of the King)
Le Sr. Suisse Praromand M      
Le Sr. Nolland   M Irlandois Irishman  
Le Sr. De Baliguand   M de St. Quentin of St. Quentin  
Le Sr. Tourand   M de Paris of Paris  
Joussaint Nicolas M dt. La Bonte called La Bonté  
Bataillard Jean George M dt. Bataillard called Bataillard  
Duval Claude M dit San Soucy called San Soucy  
Geoffray Hyancinthe M dit Provinçal called Provinçal  
Déserteurs des troupes du Roy (Deserters from the troops of the King)
Duval Jean M deserteur, dit St. Jean deserter, called St. Jean  
? Joachim Claude M deserteur, dit Sans Falcon deserter, called Sans Falcon  
Stichy Gaspard M deserteur, des Swiss deserter, Swiss  
Bobles Joseph Augustin M deserteur deserter  
Engler Gaspard M deserteur, de Suisse deserter, Swiss  
Jardinier Nicolas M deserteur deserter  
Pozat François M deserteur deserter  
Bideau Pierre M deserteur, dt. St. Jacques deserter, called St. Jacques  
Chesy Marice M deserteur deserter  
Leonard Pierre M deserteur, dt. St. Michel deserter, called St. Michel  
de la Creuse Jean M deserteur, dit Comtois deserter, called Comtois  
Lorin Jacques M deserteur, dit Tarascon deserter, called Tarascon  
de l'autre part (listed above)121 males, 5 females, 10 children = 136
Terasse Louis Vincent M dit Poitevin called Poitevin  
Vaudray Claude Antoine M dit Vaudray called Vaudray  
de Guisse Paquet M dit Sançoucy called Sançoucy  
Grandrin Barthelemy M dit. St. Louis called St. Louis  
Despace Jean M dit Beausejoir called Beausejoir  
Almene Jean M dit Langlois called Langlois  
Medieu Antoine M dit Bellefleurs called Bellefleurs  
Salouin Mathieu M      
Starusquy Vincelle M      
Beaurepas Zaccarie M      
Beuret Jean Guillaume M      
Gabriel Antoine M dit la Forest called La Forest  
Silar Gaspart M      
Raspasser Martin M      
Antoine François M dt. Tosse called Tosse  
Fortier Claude M dt.sans regret called sans regret  
Aubert Noel M      
Tibaud François M dt. Sans Quartier called Sans Quartier  
Dange Louis M dt. La Sonde called La Sonde  
Laine Simon M      
de Salle François M      
Grandin Michel M dt. St. Amanat called St. Amant  
Brindonneau Rene M      
Renaud Jean M      
de l'autre part (listed above ) 148 males, 5 females, 10 children = 163
Fraudeurs de tabac (Tobacco smugglers)
Voisin Pierre M fraudeur de tabaco. Dit Montreuil Tobacco smug. Called Montreuil  
Bouteau Pierre M fraudeur de tabaco tobacco smuggler  
Faussonniers (Dealers in contraband salt: salt smugglers)
Guillaume Claude M faussonnier salt smuggler de Loan
Guillaume Jean M id. ditto  
Magny Pierre M      
Vagabonds enboyés de Paris et autrés de Rennes (Vagabonds sent from Rennes)
Chechery Jean M vagabond vagabond  
Bellamy Charles M vagabond vagabond  
Casse Germain M vagabond (dt. Godain) vagabond (called Godain)  
Dumans Jean Launay M vagabond vagabond  
Paquiot Urbain M vagabond vagabond  
de la Meilleraye Rene Autain M vagabond vagabond  
Soussié François M vagabond vagabond  
de la Flèche Jean Chesnay M vagabond vagabond  
Arreau Pierre M vagabond vagabond  
des Mars Thomas M vagabond vagabond  
Guerard Pierre M vagabond de Grand Camp vagabond of Grand Camp  
Valet Nicolas M vagabond vagabond  
Charles Jean M vagabond vagabond  
Guilloy Jean M vagabond vagabond  
Ferrand Jean Bte. M dt. De Melcoeur called de Melcour  
Verrier Jean M      
Teusse Robert M      
La Cour Charles M      
Menard Simon M      
Larmeron Jacques M      
Vernoy Jean M dt. Le Compte called Le Compte  
de l'autre part (listed above) 174 males, 5 females, 10 childre = 189

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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