Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Luce Grandmaison Death Record, 16 Nov 1838

Secretary of State, Vital Records, Baton Rouge, LA
Transcription: 

Grand Maison Luce Miss

Be it remembered that on this day to wit: the fourteenth of December
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty eight and the Sixty Third
of the Independence of the United States of America, before me Vincent Ramos duly commissioned
and sworn RECORDER OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS in and for the Parish and city of Orleans, per-
sonally appeared Mr. Beauvilaires Pinta, a native of St. Dago of Cuba
aged thirty five years, a Silver Smith residing in this City
Villere Street between Dumaine and St. Ann Streets, who
by these presents doth declare that his mother, named Luce,
Miss. Grandmaison, a native of Port au Prince in the
Island of St. Domingo, now Republic of Haiti aged fifty
one years, departed this life on the sixteenth day of November
last past at seven o’clock P.M. in a house situated on Union
Street, between Morales and Urguhart Streets, Suburb
Marigny in the third Municipality, at the residence of
her son Joseph Pinta.

Thus done at New Orleans in the presence of the aforesaid Mr. Beauvilaire
Pinta as also in that of Messrs. Amadex Moret and Andre D.
Doriscount both of this city witnesses by me requested so to be, who have hereunto
set their hands together with me after due reading hereof, the day month and year first above written.

(Signed)      Vincent Ramos
                    Recorder
Andre D. Doriscount
Amadex Moret                                                             B. Pinta

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