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1 According to information put forth in "La Famille Tenette," Paul Tenette, Sr. and Florance -- with their two children, Paul and Clotile -- came to the United States from France around the time of the American Civil War. They settled in New Orleans. Paul Tenette, Sr. is believed to have returned to France without Florance and the two children. When he returned to New Orleans a few years later, he found his wife with a daughter that he could not have fathered due to his absence. At that, he disappeared from the family and does not appear in any more US census reports.
The 1870 U.S. Census shows Florance, as a 50-year-old widow, as the head of a household that included her son, Paul Jr., and a daughter, Annette Valsin, age 5. It is possible that she was not really widowed at that time but used the designation to cover the fact that her husband had abandoned her family.
The information found in the family reunion book came from a recording made by Bertha Tenette Cook, a granddaughter of Paul and Florance. The recording was in French and was translated by Kristi Kaufman Rollen. None of this information beyond the 1870 US federal census has been confirmed.
--- Katherine Bennett, editor 
Family: F78
 
2 According to the marriage certificate, Rev. W. PORTER conducted the ceremony in the presence of witnesses C. M. BOYER/BAYER; E. J. PALAS; and W. BERNARD.

The license was issued on 14 Dec 1897 by a judge (name illegible) and witnessed by J. DELPIT and Chas. A. DELPIT. 
Family: F4
 
3 The marriage license was issued on 27 June 1932 in the present of witnesses Edgard G. DOBARD and Marjorie R. CHAPMAN. The license was returned and filed Book A, Folio 23116.
The marriage took place on 29 June 1932 and was registered on 2 July 1932. The marriage was celebrated by Rev. Father J. L. CONNELL.
Lloyd Bennett Jr, son of Walter BENNETT and Gabrielle DOBARD, reports that Marjorie CHAPMAN of Covington was the maid of honor. The 1930 U. S. census identifies Mary CHAPMAN as an 18-year-old pupil at the Novitiate of the Sisters of the Holy Family in New Orleans. 
Family: F1
 
4 Witnesses to the marriage ceremony were Fred V. Fauria, Laura Blanchard, and G. S. Wyndham.
According to the 1920 and 1930 censuses, Octave and Rita's eldest son (Lester) was born in New Orleans about 1902. Their second son (George) was born in New York about 1903; their third son (Octave) was born in Florida about 1906; their fourth son (William) was born in Canada about 1909) and the subsequent children (from 1912 onward) were born in Wisconsin, where they apparently finally settled.

The 1900 census indicates they have been married for 2 years, which cannot be correct. 
Family: F332
 
5 "A tragic incident in September 1867 triggered a family tragedy. One of the younger sons was accidently killed during a teal hunt. Florentin became despondent, and slept outside, and was infected with yellow fever. While he was in the mosquito infested thickets, Jujlienne and the other children were trying to find him, and several were soon ill. Only lthe two oldest children and the youngest baby were spared the epidemic." «i»Le Pays de Fleurs Oranges «/i» Family: F336
 
6 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F707
 
7 (Marriage date calculated from 1910 census info) Family: F484
 
8 (Marriage date guesstimate from daughter's age in 1920 census.) Family: F742
 
9 1875 marriage date calculated from 1900 US federal census. Family: F768
 
10 1899 marriage date based on report in 1930 census that Albert was 20 yrs old at first marriage. Family: F601
 
11 1900 census reports they have been married for 3 years, and 1910 census reports they have been married 13
years.

Marriage certificate: State of Louisiana, Parish of Plaquemines
Be it remembered that on the «i»25th«/i» day of «i»May«/i» «i»1897«/i» «i»Silvester Willie Dobard«/i» and «i»Rose Field«/i», both residents of the aforesaid parish, personally appeared before me «i»R. F. Coll«/i»,«i» parish priest«/i» together with «i»Willie Field & James Cossé«/i» and «i»Mitchell Fields«/i» all witnesses of full age and residents of said Parish; and that then and there the said Silvester «i»Willie Dobard«/i» and «i»Rose Field«/i» having produced the license required by law, signified their desire and intention before us, the said «i»R. F. Coll«/i» and witnesses, to be united in matrimony; whereas after due proclamation made and no impediments suggested, they, the said ------ and ------ were by me the said ------ in the presence of the said witnesses, joined in wedlock, according to the laws of the State of Louisiana and «i»Catholic church«/i» duly pronounced to be man and wife.
In testimony whereof, the parties of the said marriage hereunto affix their signature together with the said and the aforesaid witnesses on this «i»5th«/i» day of «i»May 1897«/i».

Signed by
Will DalDg (unintelligible)
James Cosse
Mitchel Fields

Willie Dobard
Rose X Field (her mark)
R. Coll 
Family: F14
 
12 1900 census says they have been married for 47 years. Family: F307
 
13 1900 US federal census indicates they have been married 3 years.
1930 US federal census indicates St. Luke was 19 and Rita was 20 years old at the time of their marriage. 
Family: F2947
 
14 1900 US federal census indicates they have been married for 15 years. Family: F3776
 
15 1904 date estimated from 1910 census Family: F117
 
16 1908 marriage date per 1910 US federal census. Family: F4000
 
17 1910 census reports they have been married for 10 years. Family: F118
 
18 1910 US federal census indicates they were married for two months as of 25 Apr. Family: F3771
 
19 1910 US federal census indicates this is a first marriage for both partners. Family: F3849
 
20 1919 date based on report that Gussie was 16 years old when she was married. Family: F473
 
21 1923 marriage date estimated from 1930 census, which reports that Frank was 40 years old at the time of his first (and, apparently, only) marriage. In 1930 they would have been married 7 years and had two children, ages 6 and 3-9/12. The census notes that Marie is 29 and was first married at age 19, so she her marriage to Frank may have been a second marriage. Family: F605
 
22 1st Witness: BERNARD Jean (59 ans) Marizy propriétaire oncle époux
2nd Witness: DAUBARD Emiland (27 ans) Pouilloux manouvrier frère épouse 
Family: F2527
 
23 A postcard possibly from one of Anton's nieces implies that Anton and Agnes waited 16 years after they were married before a child was born. Their son Robert was born in 1919, so it is possible they were married in 1903. Family: F1556
 
24 A. Legou is identifed on the death certificate of Esmeralda Saint Leger as her father. No other mention of his name has been found. The assumption is that he and Wilhelmina Saint Leger Hamot were not married until proven otherwise. Family: F737
 
25 A.S. Jordan and Gertrude Jordan are witnesses to the marriage. Family: F918
 
26 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F2890
 
27 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F322
 
28 According to Anthony Lombard's obituary, he and Grace were married for 56 years. Family: F3329
 
29 According to Armstrong, this marriage legalized four children. Family: F361
 
30 According to Barbara Jean Lewis Gentry, her mother -- Wilhelmina Lewis Porter -- is not sure whether her grandparents were married. [«i»Ed. note: found a record of marriage. This couple was married«/i».] Family: F483
 
31 According to Bill Bayham, his grandfather Charles married Marie Lucretia Fauria, the daughter of Michel Fauria and Cecile Cagnolatti. Family: F2136
 
32 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F2653
 
33 According to Mary S. Dobard, this date may have been that of the application for a marriage license. Family: F2508
 
34 According to Stringfield, Pierre married twice. His second wife was born about 1813. Family: F234
 
35 According to the 1910 census, Elena is identified as a widow who was married in 1902. We know, though, that at this time her husband, William HARRIS, is living in the city with his second wife and two children. Considering the times, it may have been prudent to identify herself as a widow rather than a divorced Catholic. Family: F2699
 
36 According to the 1910 census, this is a second marriage for each. Family: F2461
 
37 According to the 1910 U.S. federal census, this is a first marriage for Willis and a second marriage for Leitha. Family: F3200
 
38 According to the 1920 US federal census, Sedonia and Charlie lived next door to one another in Jesuit Bend. Family: F412
 
39 According to the 1930 census report, Theresa's marital status is reported as D (divorced). Family: F633
 
40 According to the 1930 US federal census, Mitchell was 30 and Rosa was 29 years old at the time of their marriage. Family: F260
 
41 According to the 1940 U.S. federal census, Frances was single and living in her parents' home.

Witnesses to marriage: Matthew Wallace and Carmen Wallace; Rev. Peter P Boerding officiated. 
Family: F450
 
42 According to the 1940 U.S. federal census, he was single and living in his parents' home. Family: F242
 
43 According to the 1940 U.S. federal census, he was single and living in his parents' home. Family: F3190
 
44 According to the 1940 U.S. federal census, he was single and living in his parents' home. Family: F3191
 
45 According to the 1940 U.S. federal census, Leo was single and living with his parents. Family: F441
 
46 According to the 1940 U.S. federal census, she was single and living in her parents' home. Family: F282
 
47 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F151
 
48 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F2544
 
49 According to the Chauvin Family Tree, Jacques and Francoise Leblanc were married in Saint Louis Cathedral in New Orleans.
According to Armstrong, Francoise Leblanc seemed to enjoy married life. After Joseph died, she married four more times. Her second marriage was annulled because her husband was a bigamist. She outlived her other three husbands. 
Family: F55
 
50 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F1926
 

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