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Diocese of Louisiana and the Floridas 1802/11/24










(1802) (Nov. 24)

Rivet, Pedro

Dispensation asked for Pedro Rivet to marry Constanza Hebert.


(Rivet, Pedro)
( )

to Father Thomas Hassett
(New Orleans, Louisiana)

Rivet, a native of Manchak wishes to marry Constanza Ebert of the same place. He asks Hassett to hear his witnesses. He is the son of Pedro Rivet and Joseph Brand. Constanza is the daughter of Estevan Ebert and Magdalena Landry. Rivet's father is the son of Fran(cis)co Rivet and Maria Landry. Constanza's mother and Maria Landry are daughters of Lorenzo Landry and Catalina Alain. They are poor and Acadians. He asks a dispensation. C. Lavergne signs for Rivet.

L.S. (Spanish)

1802 Nov. 22

Hassett, Father (Thomas)
New Orleans, (Louisiana)

The testimony is to be heard. Nar(cis)so Broutin acts as notary.

D.S. (Spanish)

(1802) Nov. 22

(Broutin, Narciso)
New Orleans, (Louisiana)

Rivet appeared before Hassett and presented his testimony. He is single and 20 years old.

D. (Spanish)

1802 Nov. 23

Broutin, Nar(cis)o
New Orleans, (Louisiana)

Juan B(autis)ta Wilson appears and gives his testimony. He is 40 and signs as J(ean B(aptis)te Wilson.

A.D.S. (Spanish)

1802 Nov. 23

Broutin, Nar(ci)so
New Orleans, (Louisiana)

Fran(cis)co Guillermo Champagne appears and gives his testimony. He is 39 and signs as Francois Guillaume Champagne.

A.D.S. (Spanish)

1802 Nov. 23

Hassett, Father Thomas
New Orleans, (Louisiana)

Hassett grants the dispensation.

D.S. (Spanish)

V-3-l L.S., D.S., D., A.D.S. (Spanish) 14pp. 4to.

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