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Albert Tate, Jr., Genealogical Papers

Collection 145

Tate, Albert, Jr. (1920-1986) Genealogical Papers

30 ft.

This collection was compiled by Judge Albert Tate, Jr. He was born in Ville Platte on 23 September 1920 and died in New Orleans on 27 March 1986. He was a federal and state judge and served as a member of numerous judiciary committees and councils. At the time of his death, he was a member of the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.

This collection was developed due to Tate's interest in genealogy. He was particularly interested in the early settlers of Southwest Louisiana. The organization of the collection is basically the same as the way Tate had it arranged. Series are: correspondence, family files, articles, research material, census, work files, original documents, microfilms, microfiche, and miscellaneous.

The correspondence arranged in alphabetical order reflects Tate's attempts to gather information on the early settlers of Southwest Louisiana. The family files contain various documents, correspondence, articles, publications, notes and newspaper clippings regarding the different families named on each file. These are also arranged in alphabetical order. The published articles and work files contain articles that Tate researched and wrote himself. ["Tate Writes" seems to have no significant meaning.] It appears as if he wrote all of the articles mentioned in the inventory, but whether or not all were published is unclear.

The general research material files contain clippings, articles, correspondence, notes, copies of documents and records, maps, etc. in reference to the research Tate was doing. The Census files contain mostly information on the Spanish enumerations. Many of the files are labeled with individuals' names. These files refer to the census, but contain information on the individual. The miscellaneous family work files contain notes, correspondence, copies of records, etc. that refer to the name on the files. The rest of the collection contains basically the same things: notes, articles, copies, documents, etc. which all refer to the file they are in.

This collection was donated by Mrs. Albert Tate, Jr.

Series:

A. Correspondence
1-01 thru 4-25
B. General Correspondence
5-01 thru 5-10
C. Family Files
6-01 thru 9-10
D. Additional Family Files
10-01 thru 16-03
E. Published Articles
17-01 thru 18-28
F. Articles - Work Files
19-01 thru 20-08
G. General Research Material
21-01 thru 23-04
H. Census
24-01 thru 26-05
I. Miscellaneous Family Work Files
27-01 thru 27-08
J. Original Documents
28-01 thru 28-05; Box 31
K. Miscellaneous
29-01 thru 30-04
L. Microfilms and Microfiche
32-01 thru 32-21
M. Family Files
33-01 thru 37-13

Inventory:

A. Correspondence

Box 1

1-01 Sr. Gerardo D. Abascal

1-02 Accelerated Indexing Systems

1-03 Alabama Department of Archives (Genealogy Correspondence)

1-04 Mrs. Barbara Allemand

1-05 Mrs. Callie P. Avera

1-06 Professor Hans W. Baade

1-07 (Diocese of) Baton Rouge, Department of Archives (Mrs. Una F. Daigre)

1-08 Baton Rouge Genealogical and Historical Society

1-09 Mrs. Robert J. Baxter

1-10 Archer M. Blevins (United States)

1-11 Brigham Young University

1-12 Talmadge Buller

1-13 Carl H. Bundick

1-14 Mme. Marguerite Cabon

1-15 Mr. Powell A. Casey

1-16 Center for Louisiana Studies (USL).  Center for Louisiana Studies (USL) Volume 2; Dr. Glenn Conrad

1-17 Claitor's Publishing Division

1-18 Dr. William S. Coker, University of Florida (Local History)

1-19 Dr. Brian Coutts

1-20 Mrs. D'avy (Genealogy Correspondence)

1-21 Dr. Gilbert C. Din

1-22 Dr. Sue Eakin

1-23 George Elmendorf (Libros Latinos)

1-24 Reverend Ralph E. Fall

1-25 Mrs. Ruth Fontenot

1-26 Founders of Natchitoches (Reflections)

1-27 Francaise Documentation

1-28 Friends of the Archives of Louisiana

1-29 Judge J. Cleveland Fruge (Genealogy Correspondence)

1-30 Mrs. Helen Fusilier

1-31 Galvez Books and Silver (Mrs. Lana Servies)

1-32 Genealogical Publishing Company

1-33 Georgia Department of Archives

1-34 W. N. Gremillion, Sr.

1-35 Hayes of America

1-36 Father Donald J. Hebert (Genealogy Correspondence)

1-37 Jay Higginbotham

Box 2  

2-01 Mrs. Mark Hill (Genealogy Correspondence)

2-02 Genesis

2-03 The Historic New Orleans Collection; The Historic New Orleans Collection (Calendars)

2-04 Sir Jack D. L. Holmes, Director

2-05 The Huntington Library

2-06 Iberville Parish History

2-07 Dr. G. Douglas Inglis

2-08 Michael Leamons

2-09 Father Gerard Lebel

2-10 Le Comite des Archives

2-11 Library of Congress

2-12 Mrs. G. E. Litton

2-13 Louisiana Archives and Records Service (Dr. Arthur Bergeron)

2-14 Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society

2-15 Louisiana Historical Association (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

2-16 Louisiana Historical Society (Louisiana Historical Quarterly)

2-17 Louisiana State Land Office

2-18 Louisiana State Museum (Cabildo)

2-19 Loyola Spanish Documents Project

2-20 LSU Department of Archives

2-21 Brother Marion McCarley

2-22 Dr. Joseph W. McKnight

Box 3  

3-01 Dr. Claude Masse

3-02 Mrs. Marie V. Melchiori

3-03 Mrs. Elizabeth S. Mills

3-04 Mississippi Department of Archives

3-05 (Archdiocese of) Mobile (Archbishop Oscar Lipscomb)

3-06 Mobile Public Library (Genealogy Correspondence)

3-07 University of Moncton (Canada) (Stephen A. White)

3-08 Mrs. Karen T. Moreau

3-09 Mormon Library Correspondence

3-10 Colonel J. J. Napier III

3-11 National Genealogical Society

3-12 North Carolina Archives (Genealogy Correspondence)

3-13 Dr. Charles Nolan (Archdiocese of New Orleans)

3-14 Mrs. Henry (Diane) Olivier

3-15 Father Charles O'Neill

3-16 Orders

3-17 Srta. Rosario Parra

3-18 Mrs. Mary A. Petersen

3-19 Polyanthos Press

3-20 Dr. John M. Price

3-21 Mr. Eloi Primeaux

3-22 Professor Robert Right Rea

3-23 Ms. Judy Riffel

3-24 Dr. Antonio Acosta Rodriguez

3-25 St. Bernard Genealogical Society

3-26 St. Landry Catholic Church (Miss Goldie Young) (Genealogy Correspondence)

3-27 St. Landry Parish Clerk of Court

3-28 San Antonio Catholic Archives

3-29 Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Sanders

3-30 SAR (The Louisiana Society of the Sons of the American Revolution)

3-31 Byron Smith

3-32 South Carolina Archives (Genealogy Correspondence)

3-33 Southeast Borderlands Association   

Box 4

4-01 Southwest Louisiana Genealogical Society

4-02 Professor J. Barton Starr

4-03 Mrs. Malene McDaniel Stelly

4-04 Professor Claude Sturgill

4-05 Monsieur Edmond Sylvester

4-06 Colonel Ferdinand Tate

4-07 General Foster Tate (Genealogy Correspondence)

4-08 Mrs. Jan Tate

4-09 Dean William Tate

4-10 M. Jean-Louis Thomas

4-11 Tulane University Library (Genealogy Correspondence)

4-12 Mrs. Nora M. Turman

4-13 U.S. General Land Office National Archives

4-14 Mrs. H. V. Vicknair

4-15 Jacky Vidrine (Genealogy Correspondence)

4-16 Robert C. Vogela (Lafitte Study Group)

4-17 Dr. Thomas D. Watson

4-18 Carol Wells

4-19 Professor Samuel J. Wells

4-20 West Florida Genealogical Society

4-21 Dr. E. Russ Williams

4-22 Mr. Fred L. Williams

4-23 Mrs. Villamae Williams

4-24 Mrs. Elaine C. Wolford

4-25 Professor Ralph Lee Woodward, Jr.

B. General Correspondence  

Box 5

5-1 Local History: Volume 1

5-2 Local History: Volume 2

5-3 Local History: Volume 3

5-4 Local History: Volume 4

5-5 Local History: Volume 5

5-6 Local History: General Correspondence: Volume 2

5-7 Virginia, etc.

5-8 Jeanmard France

5-9 Evangeline Parish History and Genealogy: General Correspondence

5-10 Genealogy Correspondence: General

C. Family Files  

Box 6

6-01 Abshire

6-02 Allen

6-03 Andrus

6-04 Aucoin

6-05 Autrey/Autry

6-06 Barbay/Barbier

6-07 Barras

6-08 Barrow

6-09 Baton Rouge Families

6-10 Berwick

6-11 Billeaudeau

6-12 Widow Bissan

6-13 Boatner

6-14 Bobb

6-15 Boisdore

6-16 Bonner

6-17 Bonsall

6-18 Boone

6-19 Bowie

6-20 Bozman

6-21 Buller

6-22 Bundick

6-23 Burgess

6-24 Callaghan

6-25 Campbell

6-26 Cantrelle

6-27 Carr

6-28 Carlin

6-29 Charrier

6-30 Chicot

6-31 Clark

6-32 Cochran

6-33 Cole

6-34 Collins

6-35 Commagere

6-36 Conner

6-37 Corel

6-38 Cousin Family (Bon Pacquet)

6-39 Cronnier

6-40 Daire

6-41 Danjean

6-42 Danjean

6-43 DeBaillon

6-44 De la Houssaye

6-45 DeVille

6-46 Doguet

6-47 Dunahy

6-48 Dore

6-49 Doucet

6-50 Dubuisson

6-51 Ducharme

6-52 Duos

6-53 Dupré

6-54 Dupuis (Dupuy)

6-55 Dupuis/Magnon

6-56 Elfler

6-57 Ellender

6-58 Elliot

6-59 Ellis

6-60 Fontenot

6-61 Foreman

6-62 Forest

6-63 Foret

Box 7

7-01 Fruge

7-02 Fuselier

7-03 Garand

7-04 Garrett

7-05 Gaster

7-06 Glaze

7-07 Graveline

7-08 Gremillion

7-09 Griffith

7-10 Grissitt

7-11 Gros

7-12 Gurnett

7-13 Halliday

7-14 Hardy

7-15 Hargroder

7-16 Hawkins

7-17 Hay, Gilbert

7-18 Hayes, Bosman

7-19 Hayes, Malaga

7-20 Hayes-Smith-Vaughan

7-21 Henry, Widow Louise

7-22 Hingle

7-23 Hooter

7-24 Hubert

7-25 Hughes

7-26 Indians (Louisiana)

7-27 Istre

7-28 Jeansonne

7-29 Johnstone

7-30 Keller

7-31 Kimball

7-32 King

7-33 Kirkland

7-34 Knight

7-35 Labau

7-36 Lafleur

7-37 Landreneau

7-38 Lahaye

7-39 Landry

7-40 Latour

7-41 Launey

7-42 LeBas

7-43 LeJeune

7-44 LeKintrek

7-45 LeMelle

7-46 Lewis

7-47 Ludeau

7-48 Lyons

7-49 Martin, Z.

7-50 Mayeux

7-51 McCauley

7-52 McClelland

7-53 McDaniel

7-54 McKinney

7-55 McMillan

7-56 Miller

7-57 Mills

7-58 Montgomery

7-59 Morass

7-60 Moreau

7-61 Mouton

Box 8

8-01 Normand

8-02 Nolen

8-03 Odom

8-04 Odom Documents

8-05 Ogden

8-06 Orr

8-07 Ortego

8-08 Ory

8-09 Owen

8-10 Parkerson

8-11 Pellerin

8-12 Petersen

8-13 Peveto

8-14 Picou

8-15 Pitre

8-16 Pittman

8-17 Prather

8-18 Prudhomme

8-19 Pucheu

8-20 Ramsay

8-21 Rapides

8-22 Riviere

8-23 Rose

8-24 Roy

8-25 Rulong

8-26 Russ (See also Baton Rouge Families)

8-27 Savoy

8-28 Scallan

8-29 Shaw

8-30 Simmons

8-31 Singleton

8-32 Snoddy

8-33 Soileaux

8-34 Spell

8-35 Stelly

8-36 Stille

8-37 Stine (Stein)

8-38 Story

8-39 Stout

8-40 Sweat

8-41 Talley

8-42 Thiac

8-43 Thompson

8-44 Toups

8-45 Vaughan

8-46 Veillon

8-47 Vernon

8-48 Waggoner

8-49 Wakine

8-50 Ward

8-51 Wartelle

8-52 Weatherford

8-53 Weaver

8-54 Weber

8-55 Wells

8-56 West   

Box 9

9-01 Whittington

9-02 Wilbourne/Wellborn

9-03 Wilkoft

9-04 Williams

9-05 Wilson

9-06 Wilson, Nicholas

9-07 Winfree

9-08 Wofford

9-09 Young

9-10 Ziffel

   

D. Additional Family Files

Box 10

10-01 Bundick I

  • memos by Tate
  • research notes
  • Michael Leamons
  • miscellaneous correspondence

10-02 Bundick II

  • original documents
  • photocopies of articles

10-03 Bundick Work Papers

10-04 Bundick III

Box 11

11-01 Comeaux-Danos-Leblanc

11-02 Pere Ferdinand II

11-03 Pere Ferdinand Work File: Part II

11-04 Pere Ferdinand Work File: Extras

11-05 Fontenot Research Project: Phase I (Bruce Ardoin)

11-06 Fontenot Research Project: Phase I (Bruce Ardoin): Report

11-07 Fontenot: Phase I: Extras

11-08 Fontenot Research Project: Phase II (Dr. Carl Brasseaux)

11-09 Fontenot: Research Project: Phase II (Dr. Carl Brasseaux): work file

Box 12

12-01 Fontenot Research Project: Phase II (Extra)

12-02 Fontenot Research in France (Bruce Ardoin)

12-03 Fontenot-Herbert Entries

12-04 Fontenot: Military Work Papers

12-05 Marie Louise Larose Fontenot

12-06 Fontenot

12-07 Fontenot Work File

12-08 Guillory File

Box 13

13-01 Mlle. Marguerite Daligaut

13-02 Guillory Family File: Volume 2. Includes: Louise Bouchard Research Project

13-03 Gilbert Hay I. Evangeline Parish History and Genealogy, Map, Miscellaneous

13-04 Gilbert Hay II

Box 14  

14-01 Hayes Correspondence (to be filed)

14-02 Miscellaneous

14-03 Bosman-Hayes I

14-04 Bosman-Hayes Families (Volume II)

14-05 Extra: Bosman-Hayes

14-06 Hayes-Ashworth-Thomas Families

14-07 Transcripts

Box 15

15-01 O'Donegan research; draft - research; documents; extra; work papers; extra

15-02 O'Donegan II

15-03 Reed

15-04 Sylvester

Box 16  

16-01 Sylvester Family: Volume II

16-02 Welche Family File

16-03 Wolford

E. Published Articles

Box 17

17-01 List of Local History Writings by Judge Albert Tate, Jr.

17-02 Local History: Manuals on Style and Publication

17-03 A Challenge to Local Historians: The Colonial Spanish Census and Post Correspondence Records

17-04 Children of Joseph Tate and ally (Alice, Elly) Hunter Tate

17-05 The First Tates of the Evangeline - St. Landry Parish Area

17-06 The Father of Adam Tate (II), Ancestor of the Tates of Southwest Louisiana: A Hypothesis

17-07 Tate and W. N. Gremillion, (Spanish) Census of Avoyelles Post

17-08 Jeanne Mon(t)fort DeBelle - Ille - En - Mer, The Wife of Francois Guillory

17-09 Gilbert Hay in South Carolina, 1764-1768

17-10 William Bundick's Marriage to Mary Hay in Mobile (1778)

17-11 More about Jeanne Montfort (1693-1750), wife of Francois Guillory (1667-1726)

17-12 Spanish Census of the Baton Rouge District for 1786

17-13 The Sylvesters of the Spanish Opelousas Post Area, 1766- 1803: Reflections on Their Origins and on Further Lines of Research Inquiry

17-14 Ville Platte in 1870

17-15 The French in Mobile, British West Florida, 1763-1780 (Genesis)

17-16 "The Early Sylvesters and Brignacs in the Spanish Opelousas Post Area, 1766-1803: A Further Look," La Voix des Prairies, Volume 4, #15 (October 1983), pp. 74-77

17-17 "The Southwest Louisiana Tates: Origins and First Three Generations," Louisiana Genealogical Register, Volume 30, #3, (September, 1983), pp. 201-210

17-18 "The Tate Cove Tates: The First Three Generations," La Voix des Prairies, volume 5, #16, (January 1984), pp. 4-9

17-19 "The Jeanmard Family," La Voix des Prairies, Volume 7, #27 (June 1984), pp. 210-214

17-20 "The Artache (Artacho) Family, History of St. Martin Parish; also printed, L'Heritage, Volume 7, #26, (March 1984), pp. 85-89

17-21 Paper, William Bundick (c. 1743-1810) of the Spanish Opelousas - Attakapas (Louisiana) Area, Attakapas Gazette, Volume 19, #2, (June 1984) (Summer 1984), pp.72-77

Box 18

18-01 "The Children of the Two Marriages of William Bundick (ca. 1743-1810): Early Anglo Settler of the Spanish Opelousas - Attakapas (Louisiana) Area," Louisiana Genealogical Register, Volume 31, #1, (March 1984), pp. 17-34

18-02 "Early Settlers at New Madrid (Missouri) in Spanish Times: A Biographical Guide

18-03 Paper, The Descendants of William Bundick (ca. 1743-1810) and Mary Hay (ca. 1764-1826), The Michael Leamons Notes (transcribed by Albert Tate, Jr.)

18-04 Book review, Louisiana's Legal Heritage, edited by Edward F. Haas, foreword by Robert R. MacDonald (Pensacola, Florida: Perdido Bay Press, 1983; xiii, 212 pp.; list of illustrations, contributors, acknowledgments, forward, index)

18-05 "The First Bundicks of Evangeline Parish" (La Voix des Prairies) (reprint file)

18-06 "The First Fontenots of the Opelousas Area", La Voix des Prairies

18-07 The Family of Jeanne Montford (born 1693), Ancestress of the Guillorys of Southwest Louisiana, La Voix des Prairies

18-08 "The Fontenot Research Project in Poitiers, France, 1983," Louisiana Genealogical Register, volume --, #2, (June 1984), pp. 135-200; also printed La Voix des Prairies, Volume 5, #17 (April 1984), pp. 23-24

18-09 "The Marriage at Mobile in 1726 of Louis Fontenot and Louise Henry," La Voix des Prairies, Volume 5, #17, (April 1984), p. 23-24

18-10 Jacob Hays and Marie Zilphey Berwick Marriage (with Translation and notes)

  • Part 1, The Hayes Maze, Volume 3, #1 (July 1984), pp. 14-16
  • Part 2, The Hayes Maze, Volume 3, #2 (October 1984), pp. -

18-11 The Early Reed Families of the Spanish Opelousas Post Area, La Voix des Prairies

18-12 Landholders of surveyed tracts in British West Florida (Louisiana Genealogical Register)

18-13 The Family of William Reed (1806-186?) and Julie Garand of Ville Platte, La Voix des Prairies and Louisiana Genealogical Register (1984)

18-14 Census in 1860 of the Ville Platte, Louisiana Area; Attakapas Gazette

18-15 The early Manuel Family of the Spanish Opelousas Post Area, La Voix des Prairies, Volume 6, #21, (April 1985), pp. 23-26

18-16 William O'Donegan, ca. 1750-1837, The First Settler and Tradesman of the Ville Platte, Louisiana Area, La Voix des Prairies, Volume 6, #21 (April 1985), p. 27

18-17 "Mary Sharp, ca. 1760-1837, Wife of William O'Donegan, of Spanish and American Opelousas, Louisiana," by Mrs. Jane Klyng and Albert Tate, Jr., La Voix des Prairies, Volume 6, #21 (April, 1985), pp. 28-39

18-18 The Dore Family of the Spanish and Early American Attakapas - Opelousas Area, Louisiana Genealogical Register and La Voix des Prairies

18-19 The Boisdore Family of the Spanish Opelousas Post, New Orleans Genesis and La Voix des Prairies

18-20 Book review: Notes Genealogiques sur les Familles Fusilier et Dubuisson. New Orleans Genesis; Louisiana Genealogical Register; and La Voix des Prairies

18-21 Book review: Love's Legacy: The Mobile Marriages Recorded in French, Transcribed, with Annotated Abstracts in English, 1724-1786. By Jacqueline O. Vidrine. La Voix des Prairies

18-22 "William O'Donegan, ca. 1750-1809, Pioneer Settler and Tradesman of the Ville Platte, Louisiana Area," (revised article) Attakapas Gazette, Volume 20, #4 (Winter 1985)

18-23 "Notes on the Pellerin and Soileau Families of Early French Louisiana," Louisiana Genealogical Register

18-24 "British West Florida Land Grants Actually Patented in Present State of Mississippi, 1763-1781," Louisiana Genealogical Register, Volume 32, #4 (December 1985, pp. -

18-25 "Census of Spanish Natchez District, 1792." New Orleans Genesis, Volume 24, #96 (October 1985), pp. 455-462, 513

18-26 "We Are All Cousins," with Jack Belsom, New Orleans Genesis, Volume 24, #96 (October 1985), pp. 411-412

18-27 "Book review: Recueil de Divers Documents Historiques et Genealogiques Relatifs aux Familles Vedrines et Tisserand, by Robert Bruce Ardoin

18-28 "The Marriage of Philippe Fontenot and Marie Brignac in 1747," Volume 7, #24 (January 1986), p. 19

F. Articles - Work Files

Box 19

19-01 Fillers (work file)

19-02 The Early Reed Families of the Spanish Opelousas Post Area

19-03 The First Bundicks of Evangeline Parish (work file)

19-04 Tate Writes (Evangeline Parish Genealogical Society) The Father of Adam Tate (II), Ancestor of the Tates of Southwest Louisiana: A Hypothesis

19-05 Francois Guillory - Jeanne Mon(t)fort Articles (March 1982)

19-06 Jeanne Montfort Article

19-07 Tate Writes - Gilbert Hay

19-08 Tate Writes - July 1982, William Bundick's Marriage to Mary Hay in Mobile (1778)

19-09 Tate Writes - More About Jean Montfort (ca. 1693-1750), Wife of Francois Guillory (1667-1726), Ancestors of the Guillorys of South Louisiana - La Voix des Prairies, Volume 3, #10, pp. 52-54 (July 1982)

19-10 Tate Writes - Spanish Census of the Baton Rouge District for 1786 (August 1981)

19-11 The French in Mobile, British West Florida, 1763-1780 (work file)

19-12 Ville Platte in 1870

19-13 The Early Sylvesters and Brignacs in the Spanish Opelousas Post Area, 1766-1803: A Further Look (work file)

19-14 The Tates of Southwest Louisiana; The First Three Generations

19-15 Book review: Recueil de Drivers Documents Historiques et Genealogiques Relatifs aux Familles Vedrines et Tisserand, by Robert Bruce Ardoin. Louisiana

19-16 Census of 1860 of the Ville Platte, Louisiana Area (work file)

19-17 Census of Spanish Natchez District, 1792, New Orleans Genesis (work file)

19-18 British West Florida Land Grants Actually Patented in Present State of Mississippi, 1763-1781, Louisiana Genealogical Register (work file)

19-19 Notes on the Pellerin and Soileau Families of Early French Louisiana, Louisiana Genealogical Register (Work File)

19-20 Book review: Love's Legacy: The Mobile Recorded in French, Transcribed, with Annotated Abstracts in English, 1724- 1786, by Jacqueline Olivier Vidrine, La Voix des Prairies (work file)

19-21 The Early Manuel Family of the Spanish Opelousas Post Area (work file)

19-22 William O'Donegan, ca. 1750-1810, The First Settler and Tradesman of the Ville Platte, Louisiana Area, La Voix des Prairies, Volume 6, #21 (April 1985) (work file)

19-23 The Dore Family of the Spanish and Early American Attakapas - Opelousas Area (work file)

19-24 The Boisdore Family of the Spanish Opelousas Post (work file)

19-25 O'Donegan (work file)

19-26 Tate Writes - "The Marriage of Jacob Hayes and Marie Zilphey Berwock in 1816" (work file)

19-27 "Book review: Recueil de Divers Documents Historiques et Genealogiques Relatifs aux Familles Vedrines et Tisserand, by Robert Bruce Ardoin

19-28 "The Marriage of Philippe Fontenot and Marie Brignac in 1747," Volume 7, #24 (January 1986), p. 19

Box 20

20-01 Donegan Papers Work Folder

20-02 Tate Writes - The Fontenot Research Project in Poitiers, France, 1983

20-03 Tate Writes - The First Fontenots of the Opelousas Area

20-04 Book review, Louisiana History, March 1974, "Louisiana's Legal Heritage" (work file)

20-05 "William Bundick (ca. 1743-1811), Early Anglo Settler of the Spanish Opelousas and Attakapas Districts," by Albert Tate, Jr., Ville Platte, Louisiana

20-06 The Jeanmard Family

20-07 The Artache (Artacho) Family

20-08 Tate Writes - The Tate Cove Tates: The First Three Generations (work file)

G.  General Research Material

Box 21

21-01 Extra

21-02 Evangeline Parish History and Genealogy: Things to do

21-03 Evangeline Parish Families and Local History: 1780 and following: Volume 1

21-04 Evangeline Parish Families and Local History - 1780 and following: Volume 2

21-05 Evangeline Parish History and Genealogy: The Mobile Background

Box 22  

22-01 Evangeline Parish History and Genealogy; The Mobile Background II

22-02 Joseph Tate Records

22-03 British Loyalists

22-04 South Carolina Back Country (Regulators, Loyalists, etc.)

Box 23

23-01 South Carolina Back Count (Regulators, Loyalists, etc.)

23-02 Evangeline Parish History and Genealogy: Adam Tate, II: Land Grants and Family

23-03 Evangeline Parish History and Genealogy: Evangeline Parish and Tate Cove Abstracts

23-04 Evangeline Parish History and Genealogy: Later: miscellaneous   

H. Census  

Box 24

24-01 Spanish censuses; census; work papers

24-02 Letters

24-03 Spanish census

24-04 Hennessey work file

24-05 Spanish census

24-06 Deville census

24-07 Jack Holmes

Box 25

25-01 Dr. Carl Brasseaux (census)

25-02 Baade

25-03 Pearl Segura

25-04 Loa Adaos

25-05 Pichardo (census)

25-06 Spanish census   

Box 26

26-01 Virginia - Texas - South Carolina

26-02 Pennsylvania - Maryland

26-03 North Carolina

26-04 Georgia

26-05 Louisiana maps

I. Miscellaneous Family Work Files

Box 27

27-01 Tate Writes - The Sylvesters of the Spanish Opelousas Post Area, 1766-1803: Reflections of Their Origins and their Further Lines of Research Inquiry, La Voix des Prairies

27-02 Welch Work File

27-03 Brignac - Turpin

27-04 Genealogy Correspondence, 1986

27-05 Dardeau

27-06 Brignac

27-07 Saucier

27-08 David Family   

J. Original Documents

Box 28

28-01 Orcoquisa Records

28-02 Private Land Claims

28-03 Vaudreuil Papers

28-04 Hay Plats

28-05 Gilbert Hay (brown tube). See also Box 31

K. Miscellaneous

Box 29

29-01 Miscellaneous Work Papers

29-02 Mobile

29-03 Census Work Sheets (library)

29-04 Miscellaneous

29-05 Miscellaneous

29-06 Miscellaneous

29-07 Miscellaneous

29-08 Miscellaneous

Box 30

30-01 Tate - Genealogy

30-02 Miscellaneous

30-03 Census Work Sheets (binder)

30-04 Newspaper

J. Original Documents

Box 31

31-01 Library of Congress

31-02 Gilbert Hay

31-03 Gilbert Hay

31-04 1958 Paper

L. Microfilms and Microfiche

Box 32

32-01 Spanish Census, New Orleans, November 6, 1791; Census of the City of New Orleans, 1804

32-02 Pere Ferdinand, February 23, 1984

32-03 Duplicate: Library of Congress: negative

32-04 Duplicate: Library of Congress: negative

32-05 Translations of Statistical and Census Report of Texas, 1782-1836, and Sources Documenting the Black in Texas, 1603-1803

32-06 Gilbert Hay (#12375)

32-07 Miscellaneous - Gilbert Hay (#02147)

32-08 COS R-176. 632: 1-end; 633: 1-end; 634: 1-86

32-09 COS R-177; 634: 86-end; 535: 1-end

32-10 Great Britain Colonial Office Papers: 603-607

32-11 Great Britain Colonial Office Papers: 607-610

32-12 Spanish Census

32-13 History of Fort Tulane (microfiche)

32-14 Alabama (Mississippi Territorial) Census 1816 (microfiche)

32-15 Montfort (microfiche)

32-16 Baton Rouge, 1785 - Mobile, 1787, (microfiche)

32-17 Griffith, Isaac, Record Book, 1812-1820 (microfiche)

32-18 Spanish census (microfiche)

32-19 Spanish census, 1785 (microfiche)

32-20 Baton Rouge, 782 (Pointe Coupee) (microfiche)

32-21 Correspondence

M. Family files

Box 33

33-01 Bundick families. Includes genealogy correspondence, documents, photos, research notes, photocopy of news clippings, articles, etc.

33-02 Hayes families. Includes genealogy material, articles

33-03 Hayes families. Includes documents, genealogy correspondence, articles by Tate, maps, genealogy, copies of news clippings, articles.

33-04 Hayes families. Includes genealogy material

33-05 Hay, Gilbert families. Includes articles, research nots, memos by Tate, documents, genealogy correspondence, news clippings

33-06 White. 1840 citizen’s of Texas, volume 1 and volume 2, by Gifford White.

Box 34  

34-01 Claire families. Includes copies of articles, research notes, documents, genealogy correspondence, memos by Tate

34-02 Claire families. Includes research notes, genealogy correspondence, copies of articles, Volumes ?, etc.

34-03 Claire families. Includes documents, genealogy correspondence, copies of articles, memos by Tate, research notes

34-04 Claire families. Includes memos by Tate, genealogy correspondence, copies of articles, research notes, news clippings

34-05 Jeanmard families. Includes copies of documents

34-06 Jeanmard families. Includes miscellaneous correspondence, research notes, copies of articles

34-07 Jeanmard families. Includes pamphlets, research notes, photos, documents, genealogy correspondence, copies articles, Catholic Action of the South, vol. 21, newspaper clippings

34-08 Jeanmard families. Includes research nots, news clippings, miscellaneous

34-09 Maduell, Charles, Jr. Federal Land Grants on the Territory of Orleans. Polyantha Inc., 1975.

Box 35

35-01 Jeanmard families. Includes correspondence

35-02 Jeanmard families. Includes documents, copies of articles, research notes, memos by Tate, correspondence, documents

35-03 Jeanmard families. Includes correspondence, research notes

35-04 Jeanmard families. Includes genealogy correspondence, copies of articles, documents

35-05 Jeanmard families. Includes genealogy correspondence, memos by Tate, copy of article

Box 36

36-01 Fontenot families. Includes genealogy correspondence and research notes

36-02 Miscellaneous. Includes genealogy correspondence, Tate’s works, research notes, copies of articles

36-03 Derouen families. Includes memos by Tate, genealogy correspondence, and research notes

36-04 Derouen families. Includes copies of articles, research notes, memos by Tate, copies of documents, genealogy correspondence, news clippings

36-05 Derouen families. Includes genealogy correspondence, research notes, memos by Tate, copies of articles, Tate’s works

36-06 Derouen families. Includes research notes, copies of articles, copies of documents, maps

36-07 Derouen families. Includes genealogy correspondence and writings by Tate. Marriage Contracts of Attakapas Post by Winston Deville     

Box 37

37-01 Miscellaneous. Includes copies of articles, records, research notes, research correspondence

37-02 Miscellaneous. Includes copies of articles, research notes, genealogy correspondence

37-03 Miscellaneous. Includes genealogy correspondence and work by Tate

37-04 Miscellaneous. Includes genealogy correspondence - Mrs. Leary, research notes, copies of documents

37-05 Hunter families. Includes copies of articles, genealogy correspondence, copies of records, research notes

37-06 Tate families (other Tates). Includes genealogy correspondence, research notes, copies of articles, copies of records

37-07 Tate families (other Tates). Includes genealogy correspondence, copies of records

37-08 Tate families (other Tates). Includes copies of articles, genealogy correspondence

37-09 Tate families (other Tates). Includes copy of article and research notes

37-10 Miscellaneous. Includes genealogy correspondence, research notes, copies of documents, copy of article

37-11 Hunter families. Copies of records, Tate’s works, research notes, and copies of documents

37-12 Miscellaneous. Includes copies of documents and genealogy correspondence

37-13 Miscellaneous. Includes memos by Tate, copies of articles, copies of records