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Photo #33500

Last Name: Bossier

First Name : Pierre

Middle Name: Evarste Jean Baptiste

Subject's City: Natchitoches

Subject's State: La

Subject's County: Natchitoches Parish

Subject's Country: U.S.A.

Date: 1835-1850


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Comments: Pierre Evarste Jean Baptiste Bossier (Nee: ) | Natchitoches La U.S.A. | 1835-1850 | Comments: Pierre E.J.B.Bossier was born in Natchitoches , March 22 1797. He was a Creole Gen. Then in 1833 became a U.S. Senator of Louisiana, he was also in a famous duel on the Sompayrac Plantation that is re- enacted every year the Bossier/Gainnie duel. His wife was Mahilda Blair,Gen Pierre died after a long illness while serving in Washington D.C. in 1844 he was brought home to Natchitoches and burried there in the Catholic Cemetery, his wife had died the year befor him, they had no children. His parents were Francois Paul Bossier jr. and Catherine Lambre'. I am from his fathers brother, Sylvester,who married Catherine's sister Marie Jeanne Lambre'. The Lambre sister's mother's maiden name was Le Vasseur all these were some of the earliest settler's of Natchitoches Post Louisiana.

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