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of St. Landry, Parish, LA
5 Aug 1820 (Extracted by Researcher J. Patrick Smith from the Southwest Louisiana Records, Church and Civil Records, Volume 2-B (1819-1825), Rev. Donald J. Hebert, pg 709)
"MUDD, Benjamin S. - born in Maryland (Josuah & Anne SMITH) died on his plantation in Opelousas on 4 August 1820 at age 37 years; buried 5 Aug 1820 in the St. Charles church graveyard. Fr. Hercule Brassac (GC Ch: v.1, p3, #23)."
JPS Notes: Benjamin S. MUDD is also shown as being the spouse of Mary Helen SMITH, of MD, her parents being shown as Walter SMITH and Winefrede COMBS.
Combs Notes: Winnifred COMBS was the d/o William & Winnifred ENSEY Combs of Charles Co, MD
1830 St. Landry Parish, LA Census Index
1870 Census of Ville Platte, St. Landry Parish, Louisiana
(from Louisiana Genealogical Register, Jun 1983 issue, p. 112)
#29 MOLITOR, Auguste 44 M W tanner b. Prussia
Sophie 37 F W
Octave 22 M W
Pauline 7 F W
Bernard 6 M W
Camille 4 F W
Augustine 3 F W
Andre 6/12 M W
LUDEAU, Jules 29 M W crippled b. France
COMBES, F. 55 M W Daylaborer b. France both parents foreign born
MONIER, Louis 48 M W Journeyman tanner b. France
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