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Jacqueline O. Vidrine Papers

Collection 272

Vidrine, Jacqueline O. (1929-2018). Papers, 1792-1986

10 inches; Mapcase

Jacqueline O. Vidrine lived in Ville Platte, Louisiana. She married Drouet Vidrine and had several children. Ms. Vidrine, known as “Jacky”, was an avid genealogist. She researched several families including the Vidrine and Tate Families, among others. She died on January 28, 2018.

This collection consists of family papers of Albert Tate and Tony Dardeaux, as well as correspondence and documents from the 1790s.

This collection was donated by Jacqueline O. Vidrine.

Note: for more information about the Albert Tate Family, see Collection 145.

Series:

A. Family Papers 1-1 thru 1-16
B. Other: Correspondence/Documents 2-1 thru 2-31
C. Oversize: Mapcase 10-05

Inventory:

Box 1
1-1 Family Papers: Albert Tate Family - includes correspondence, 1969 [1 item]
1-2 Albert Tate Family - includes correspondence, 1978: January-June
1-3 Albert Tate Family - includes correspondence, 1978: July - December
1-4 Albert Tate Family - includes correspondence, 1979: January - June
1-5 Albert Tate Family - includes correspondence, 1979: July - December
1-6 Albert Tate Family - includes correspondence, 1980-1984
1-7 Albert Tate Family - includes newspaper clipping, 1979 [1 item]
1-8 Albert Tate Family - includes articles (miscellaneous), 1908-1978
    Family history material on Tate family
1-9 Albert Tate Family - includes notes (miscellaneous), 1978-1979
    Genealogy material on Tate Family
1-10 Albert Tate Family - includes notes (handwritten document), 1779
    Reference to Adam Tate - petition
1-11 Albert Tate Family - includes notes (typescript), n.d.
    History of First Tate’s of Evangeline Parish and St. Landry Parishes
1-12 Albert Tate Family - includes notes/overview (typescript), 1980
    Children of Joseph Tate and Ally Hunter Tate
1-13 Albert Tate Family - includes genealogy chart, 1979
    Includes Hays Family
1-14 Tony Dardeaux Family - includes correspondence, 1978-1986
    Incoming correspondence to Jacky from Tony
1-15 Tony Dardeaux Family - includes chart/certificate, 1799, n.d.
    Includes genealogy chart of Dardeaux Family
    Certificate of Marriage Adam Tate/Marie Louise Fontenot
1-16 Tony Dardeaux Family - includes family history (typescript)
    History of Dardeaux Family (seven generations)
     
Box 2    
2-1 Other: documents - Marriage Contract - 1792: May 17
    Jacques Dupre’ and Theotiste Roi, (8 pp.)
2-2 Marriage Contract - 1792: May 18
    Nicolas Bordelon and Eugenie Dupre’ (8 pp.)
2-3 1793: December 30
    Ne Michel Riter to Jacob Booker (son gendre)
2-4 Slave Sale - Belley Gilerist - 1793: May 3
    (Wm. Gilchrist)’s wife Suzanne Roy, to Dame
    Widow Belair (widow Jos. Fonteneau)
2-5 Land Sale - Blaise LeJeune to Robert Burley (Burleigh)
    1793: June 6; 8 x 10 adj. One side Mathurie Richard and mother to land tarpens of the concession (of 10) from Galvez in the prairie
    Des Coteaux alternat ada Carencro adj. (Concession of 6 July 1777)
2-6 Succession: Receipt - Joseph Frederick to Sassiere for Succession (chatelerot widow Marcantel)
    Joseph Frederick husband of Elizabeth Roy rec’d his wife’s share (1/6)
    From Julien la Sassier executor of estarte of dec. Perrine La Cour wife Of Marcantel
2-7 Other: correspondence, 1787: May 28
2-8 1792: February 17
2-9 1792: March 26
2-10 1792: August 13
2-11 1792: September 1
2-12 1792: September 28
2-13 1792: August 27
2-14 1792: October 29
2-15 no date
    Includes calculations of widow’s rights and hurs’ - found with 1792-1793 groups
2-16 1793: March 12
2-17 1793: March 19
    Francois Bourgeois, mulatre libre, vs. Roman
2-18 1793: May 5
2-19 1793: May 6
    At Natchitoches
2-20 1793: May 18
2-21 1793: May 20
2-22 1793: June 15
2-23 1793: July 22
2-24 1793: September 30
2-25 1793: September 10
    Land Sale - Michel Ritter to Jos. Roy
2-26 1793: September 16
2-27 1793: October 14
2-28 1793: November 5
2-29 1793: November 25
2-30 1793: November 14
2-31 1793: November 14
    Suit for slandering Jacques Roman
     
OVERSIZE: Mapcase: 10-05
1. News article headline: WAR ENDS; JAPS AGREE TO TERMS, August 15, 1945, New Orleans, LA
2. The Gazette, supplement: Monsignor J. M. Bourgeois..The Road he Traveled. Thursday, April 30, 1970.