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1706 Louisiana Census
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Source: "A History of Louisiana", vol. 1, by Alcee Fortier (pub. 1904)


Enumeration of the families and inhabitants who are in Louisiana

 according to the census which has been made of them on August 1, 1706.

Name

Number of Persons  

M de La Salle, his wife and 4 children  6
Guillaume Broutin and his wife  2
Jean Roy, his wife and 2 children 4
Jean La Loire, his wife and 1 child 3
Jean Le Camp has the first male child born in Louisiana 2
Francois May, his wife and 2 children 4
Nicolas Lafreniere, bachelor  1
Francois Trudeau, his wife and 1 child  3
Etienne Bruille, his wife and 1 child  3
Mlle. Le Sueur, widow, came from Canada with 3 daughters and 1 boy 5
Mlle. Boissenaud, unmarried  1
Gabrielle Bonnot, crazy, her husband has deserted  1
Michel Risbe  1
Laurent Clostiny and 1 child  2
The Sieur Barran and his wife 2
Andre Renaud, his wife and a child 3
Gilbert Dardenne, his wife and a child  3
Pierre Brossard, his wife and 1 child  3
Pierre Allin, his wife and 1 child 3
Jean Bonobonnoire, his wife and 1 child  3
Antoine Rinarre, his wife and 1 child 3
Claude Trepanie, his wife and 1 child  3
Jean Coulomb, his wife and 2 children 4
Joseph Penigaud, his wife 2
Jean Sossie, a wife and 2 children 4
Marie Mercier, unmarried 1
Marie Crisot, midwife  1
Jean Louis Minuity, his wife and 2 children 4
Anne Perro, widow, with 4 children  5

Total

82

 

Cattle. 35 cows, including 12 heifers; 5 bulls; 6 oxen, of which 4 belong to the King; total, 46.

Done at Fort Louis of Louisiana, August 1, 1706.

Bienville, De La Salle




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