He died on 24 April He married Mathilda Baptiste Pillet on 28 November He fathered six children with her. Belizaire died on 26 August He married Philogene Arcene Allen ca. This caused a controvery in court years after his death when his one daughter Virginia had to prove her descendancy from Onezime. She bore at least one daughter with him. Angela died ca. He may have fathered two more sons with Victorine Angelique Onesime Narcisse right after the Civil War but they may have been sired by his father who went by the same name.
He fathered 14 children with her. Jean Baptiste Jolivet Jacquet died on 21 May It is believed he died during the war because no records of him can be found after that time. He married Estelle Ambroise but no record of their marriage has been found.
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He fathered seven children with her. He died on 23 March She bore 11 children with him. He married Aimee Gaspard on 26 May Pierre died on 14 June She married Raphael Kerlegand Jr. She bore at least four children with Raphael before she died sometime before the year Raphael had re-married by February to Alphonsine Collins.
Oscar married Louise Etie on 7 February Oscar died on 13 December Rose died ca. He fathered a son with Lucie Pellerin. He married Angelique Rosemond on 30 June Hyppolite and Angelique had already had eight children together before they married. He died on 8 July Albert married twice — the first time to Arcene Lasseigne on 9 December Albert died 25 September His mother was Victorine Narcisse. Jules married Odile Lasseigne on 16 Dec Jules died at an early age on 16 Mar It appears no children were born.
Jean Baptiste Jacquet Scroll. Hyacinthe Jacquet. In brief, he came over to the Louisiana territory from France with the French military or while he was still in the service of the French military during the latter part of the 18 th century. He briefly lived in Attakapas Parish which later would be re-named St. Martin parish. As of the writing of this book, not much is known about the family of Hyacinthe Jacquet.
Hyacinthe was an officer of the French military, more specifically, the French Navy, and was living in the St. Nevertheless, the evidence is clear based on four main points. No Jacquet had been in the St. It is with certainty that Jean Baptiste always knew who his father was while growing up. Martin Parish. Hyacinthe was the only Jacquet listed as residing in the entire Attakapas Parish which at that time, before the carving up of Attakapas parish, comprised the areas of what is now present-day St.
Martin, Lafayette, Vermilion, and part of Iberia parishes, which had a parish total of 3, inhabitants. Martinville Church. It next became a bed and breakfast place and still remains so as of the year How long it lasted is not known. That part will never be known, nor is it clear if Jean Baptiste was the only child fathered by Hyacinthe. Nevertheless, the 16 or year-old Rosine became pregnant with what appears to be her first child and gave birth in However, the death certificate from St.
Martin de Tours church indicates that he was 54 years of age at the time of his death. He was buried from St. Martin de Tours Catholic Church in St. Martinville, La. Among the two Jacquets found on the lists of the Archives Nationales who were enlisted in the Marines in the s, were Pierre Jacquet , who was an ordinary seaman in , and Charles Jacquet , who was a boatswain on the river Loire in Could one of these men be Hyacinthe?
Just where did he disappear to???
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French translations by R. With the translation to English sounding something like the following:. That ship having been disarmed at Rochefort, Mr. Dela Grandville is invited to make verification of the condition of the said Mr. Jacquet and if there is cause, to appeal to the ministry his death certificate or other equivalent papers. True copy signed by de la Grandville. It has been three weeks since Mr. Rochefort le 25 Avril The translation into English sounding something like:. Was he really on the ship? Is someone covering for him? Je suis avec respect. Somehow it seems as if this third letter should have or could have been the first letter.
I have the honor of sending you a copy of a note that has been directed to your offices on the 14 th of December on the subject of Mr. This note is marked with some answers that might make it sensitive. I am with respect. My Lord.
Your humble and obedient servant. De la Grandville. The last line talks about giving answers that might make it sensitive. We are not priviledged to see what was said as no other documents were in his file. What exactly was so sensitive that could not be read by anyone? It was armed with 80 canons with over Marines aboard. The house burnt down and was rebuilt and later donated to the St. Martin Church and became Mercy High School. Distance from Evangeline Oak Tree — 50 feet. Distance from Bayou Teche — feet.
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Distance from St. Martin de Tours Church — feet. They had just helped the Americans in the U. The French army and navy performed creditably during that conflict, and the prestige of France in Europe was greater in than it had been for 40 years. But the war was not an expedient one and the French problem was not military but financial. It was in February of when French leaders summoned to Versailles the Assembly of Notables, which represented the privileged orders — great nobles, bishops, parliamentarians in the hope of transforming France back to order, but the notables refused and in August , the Paris Parliament was exiled to Troyes, then recalled, dismissed and recalled once again in September of to help stop a breakdown in law and order in France.
A constant struggle between the French Crown and aristocratic groups grew stronger. The stage was set for the coming French Revolution of He was an experienced navigator and was familiar with sea charts. He became a priest and entered the priesthood at the city of Reims in But did he stay? Martinville so it would not have been impossible for him to be in the religious orders while in Louisiana if that was his true profession.
It is difficult to believe that he was both a warrior and a priest but the death document does indicate that he worked for the church and was a French Marine. So did he come over to the land that became the United States to escape something? While the birthplace in France has not been definitely determined as of this date, we do have a good estimation of where he was born. The complete information on the death certificate of Hyacinthe by the St.
Martin church was written as follows:.
The very badly written and two century old document in French was not easy to translate. Martin de Tours Church in St. Martinville dated 1 October is not accessible to the public.
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The church is real strict about NOT letting the public view documents. I was given a very rare and special dispensation during the summer of , from the chief archivist at the Lafayette, Louisiana Archdioses Archives which has all of the St. Martin church records on private microfilm collections which act as a backup copy in case the St. Martinville records are lost or destroyed. In a US State that often gets battered by hurricanes and floods, that is a very good idea.
They did not have a copy machine for the tape reels but I was allowed to take a photo of the document with my 35mm camera. A magnifying glass helps to give a very close examination of the document. It begins by saying:.
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