Showing posts with label Burials. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Burials. Show all posts

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Jean Lucien Pinta

Jean Lucien Pinta was the 7th child of Jean Baptiste and Luce, was born 24 July 1813 and baptized at St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans on 19 March 1814.  Little is known about this child because he died at the age of 2, and was buried 26 July 1815, according to St. Louis Cathedral records. 

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Marie Josephine Pinta

Marie Josephine Pinta was the fifth child of Jean Baptist Pinta and Luce Grandmaison.  She was born on 31 August 1810 and baptized 12 Feb 1811 at St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans, LA.  There is no other information located, yet, about her short life, except that at the age of 5 she was buried on 22 September 1815 at St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans.  Seems New Orleans had a high mortality rate due to the summer heat and humidity which made it a perfect climate for mosquitoes.  Possibly Marie Josephine died of yellow fever or cholera, which plagued the city for years.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Julia (Rabby) Pinta Burial Record, St Louis Cathedral, 6 Sept 1886

St Louis Cemeteries 1 & 2 Interment Book 1880-1888
6 Sep 1886, 1st ilet Mme Julie Pinta 71 years, Tomb no 6, 1st allee a droite S. Levant (1st alley on the right facing the rising sun)

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Luce Grandmaison Burial Record, 17 Nov 1838, St Louis Cathedral, New Orleans

 
Thanks to some friends, this record has been translated.  I don't want to mention their names as I don't have permission to use their names on the internet. 

Luce Grandmaison (alias Miss Pinta) born at Port-au-Prince on the island and Republic of Haiti, and aged about fifty-one years, never having been married, and residing in the Parish for about twenty-nine years; she was the natural daughter of the late --- Grandmaison and of the late Modeste Rateau, her father and mother. Died the day before her interment at seven o’clock in the evening at the residence of Joseph Pinta, her son, situated on Union Street, between Morales and Urquhart streets (New Faubourg Marigny) in the Third Municipality of this city, the aforesaid [death] after having received the rites of the religion.
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Friday, September 17, 2010

1860 Richard & Jules Pinta, children of Joseph & Julia (Raby) Pinta, burial record from St. Louis Cathedral Cemetery, New Orleans

St. Louis Cathedral Cemetery Interment book 1857-1864, New Orleans, LA
This record shows the burial record of two of Joseph and Julia Pinta's children, Richard & Jules.  They both died of scarlet fever, just days apart in 1860.  See their death record images on this blog.  You can see that on the burial record it indicates both children were living at No 165 Gasquet, which was Joseph's address in the 1859 NOLA city directory.