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NewspaperAbstracts The Huntsville Weekly Democrat October 26 1881 Location: Huntsville, AL Source: Microfilm at Huntsville Library Page/Column: Page 3 Description: Lanier Kills D. L. Love Lanier Kills D. L. Love ---------------------------- A Just Retribution for Libel of Lanierâs Wife ---------------------------- Mr. John F. Lanier, of Madison Co., Ala., was married to Miss Ada E. Johnson in Huntsville, Ala., Sept. 20, 1881. Love was in Huntsville at the time, but left in a few days thereafter, and sent from his home, West Point, Miss., through the mail, a lithographed card, announcing his own marriage to Miss Johnson, Thursday, Sept. 22, addressed to (we understand) about two hundred persons here, on the back of which card was printed more infamously libelous charges against Miss Johnson that we have ever heard, or read in history or romance, from any professed over of any woman. The cards were distributed from the Huntsville Post Office Oct. 1st, causing a great sensation here, and the most intense and unanimous indignation and denunciation we have ever known to be caused by any crime in our community. The apparently unanimous sentiment of this community was that Love ought to be killed. About two weeks ago, Mr. John F. Lanier, accompanied by his father, Burwell C. Lanier, his brother, Clint Lanier, and his friend, Todd Harrison, went to Mississippi, to seek redress for this unparalleled libel on his wife. He came up with Love in Greenville, Miss., and there killed him, on last Friday, as detailed by the following telegram from the Greenville Times, addressed to the Huntsville Independent: Greenville, Miss., Oct. 21, 1881, 8 p.m. Love came here several days since, engaged in trying to get up a subscription for a cotton factory. Lanier got here from Vicksburg this morning. He and his father, in going to the hotel, saw Love enter a livery stable on the opposite side of the street â" apparently not having seen them. They crossed over, and, at the door, saw him talking to the stable proprietor, in rear of the stable. Lanier advanced, shot-gun in hand, and, when about twenty yards from Love, the latter turned and saw Lanier, who almost immediately fired. Love was struck in the neck and face, and turned in retreat. Lanier fired the other barrel as Love entered a mule and buggy shed. Love fell, but got up with pistol in hand. Lanier had, by this time, run up to the mule shed, and opened fire with a pistol. Love was now down, but endeavored to crawl along through the stalls, but his strength failed, and he gasped his life away on a dungheap, with his mouth and eyes full of filth, when he was turned over. Love, who never fired, had fourteen bullet holes in him. Lanier surrendered, and is now in charge of the sheriff. He has retained Percy and Yerger to defend him. The public verdict is, Love was justly slain. - Greenville Times. The killing of Love was a sad necessity. In addition to the infamous libel of Lanierâs wife, for which he could make no satisfactory explanation or reparation, we are credibly informed that he had repeatedly threatened that, if Miss Johnson did not marry him, and married another man, he would kill the man she did marry. Under the technicalities of the law, Lanier would be guilty of a very grave offense. But the law, while justifying a husband for slaying the man who murders or attempts to murder his wife, provides no adequate penalty for the man who seeks to murder a wifeâs virtuous reputation. Hence, the moral sentiment of the public comes in and supplies the deficiencies of the law, by justifying the husband in taking the libellerâs life. In this particular case, this community are, apparently, unanimous in justifying âthe deep damnation ofâ Loveâs âtaking off.â We are pleased to learn from the following telegram that the Court and people of Greenville took the same view of the case: Greenville, Miss., Oct. 25, Dr. M. C. Baldridge, Huntsville, Ala.: Lanier was acquitted amidst shouts of applause, at 3 oâclock. We leave for home on the first steamer. Wm. F. Baldridge SWAMPQUEEN~REINE DES BAYOUS La VIE C'EST BON! You have to dance like nobody's watchin' And Love like it's never gonn'a hurt. You! yoU Live All Your Life, All Your Life Long! AND "The will of God will never take you where the Grace of God will not protect you"
http://bangordailynews.com/news/t/lifestyle.aspx?articleid=149782&zoneid=14 Acadian Festival, reunion coming to Madawaska By Roxanne Moore Saucier Monday, May 14, 2007 - Bangor Daily News The last week of June, one of the most beautiful places in the country must be the St. John Valley. Need an excuse to head for the top of Maine on June 24-July 1? Try the 30th annual Madawaska Acadian Festival. From chicken stew and ployes on June 24 to a quilting show June 28-30 and the Acadian Festival Parade at 1 p.m. July 1, you’ll find plenty to do. Each year, a huge family reunion is scheduled. Whether you pronounce it La-GASS-ee or La-ga-SAY, you can join in the fun for the Lagasse-Lagace Family Reunion June 28-30. Countless people of Franco-American descent have Andre Mignier dit Lagace and wife Jacquette Michel as ancestors. Jacquette Michel was one of the 770 Filles Du Roi — King’s Daughters — who came from France between 1663 and 1673 under the financial sponsorship of King Louis XIV to help settle Quebec. Andre Mignier dit Lagace was a Carignan soldier, a member of the first French regiment sent to Canada in 1665. There will be a Lagace book for sale, T-shirts and other souvenirs available during the reunion, and registration begins at 8 a.m. June 28 at Madawaska High School. I have attended some of these reunions, and it’s fascinating to see giant charts and family trees fastened to the walls in the cafeteria. On Saturday, June 30, there will be the re-enactment of the Acadian arrival in St. David. Take the road by the church down to the St. John River to the Acadian Cross. Notice the monuments that have been erected to the families that have held reunions over the years — some Acadian (originally from what is now Nova Scotia), some French-Canadian (from Quebec). Visit the Tante Blanche Museum in St. David and the Acadian Settlement in Van Buren. Drive along the St. John Valley between Fort Kent and Van Buren — that ’s Canada on the other side of the river. Check out Web sites at www.lagacereunion.org, www.acadianfestival.org and madawaskahistorical.org. The Madawaska Public Library on Main Street has its own room for genealogy and is certainly worth a visit. So is the Acadian Archives at the University of Maine at Fort Kent. Its resources are both Acadian and French-Canadian. Historical societies in the area include the St. Agathe Historical Society, which has its own museum. ************************************** See what's free at http://www.aol.com.
ACADIE - Centre d'études acadiennes: Généalogie - Familles acadiennes http://www.umoncton.ca/etudeacadiennes/centre/white/sha.html Changed:11:59 AM on Friday, July 15, 2005 SWAMPQUEEN~REINE DES BAYOUS La VIE C'EST BON! You have to dance like nobody's watchin' And Love like it's never gonn'a hurt. You! yoU Live All Your Life, All Your Life Long! AND When you reach the end of your rope you will find the hem of His garment.
Judge Kills Man in Duel. Judge TENNEY, of Mississippi, was killed, as the papers said, in a duel several days ago, by a Mr. ROWLEY. It turns out now, however, that TENNEY killed ROWLEY, instead of ROWLEY's killing him. The quarrel arose, it was said, out of a decision which the Judge gave against ROWLEY, in a law-suit. On this intelligence some of the papers remarked that it must be a sad state of society in which a Judge is compelled to defend his decisions sword in hand, or with the pistol of the duellist. From subsequent papers, however, it seems that the difficulty between Judge TENNEY and R. ROWLEY, originated by Judge TENNEY's granting a divorce to the wife of ROWLEY, and a proposed marriage of the widow by the Judge. She was a rich widow of Concordia parish. It is then, in this aspect of the case, a sad state of society, when a Judge invades the sanctity of the marriage relation, and perverts his judicial powers to gratify his corrupt desires,--and then goes into a duel, and murders the injured and enraged husband. SWAMPQUEEN~REINE DES BAYOUS La VIE C'EST BON! You have to dance like nobody's watchin' And Love like it's never gonn'a hurt. You! yoU Live All Your Life, All Your Life Long! AND When you reach the end of your rope you will find the hem of His garment.
Thursday, April 26 | Texas' Oldest Newspaper: Since 1842 Advanced | Browse | Help Register | Sign In | Subscribe Olive Doucet TEXAS CITY Olive Doucet, 85, passed away April 23, 2007. She was a resident of Texas City, Texas. She was preceded in death by her husband, Watson Joseph Doucet and son, Isaac Keith Doucet. Olive is survived by her daughters, Paulette Doucet, Deana McClellen and husband Rusty; daughter-in-law, Becky Doucet; grandchildren, Michelle Lewis and husband Matt, Brandon McClellen and wife Marissa, Kent Doucet, Sarah Doucet; great-grandchildren, Adeline Lewis and Jacob McClellen. The family will receive friends at 6:00 p.m. Thursday, April 26, 2007, at Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson, Texas with a rosary beginning at 7:00 p.m. Services will be held at 11:00 Friday, April 27, 2007, in the funeral home chapel. Interment will be held at Grace Memorial Park. Matt Lewis, Brandon McClellen, Ronnie Martin, Mike Folse, Paul Rochner, and Donnie Bossley will serve as pallbearers. James Crowder Funeral Home-Dickinson Published April 26, 2007 Save Mail Print Comment Reprints Newspapers in Education About The Daily News Contact Us Advertise © 2006 The Galveston County Daily News. All rights reserved. A Southern Newspapers Publication.
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Hi all, Amongst the French engagees there was american natives. Matagon was a canadian native from what is today New-Foundland. Was he Beothuck, Abenaki, Montagnais... ? He settled in La Mobile and married a french girl. Who ? They got sons. One of them was metis, pilote and his name was Bernard dit Matagon. Where can I get more info ? Where can I find the La Mobile parish records ? Thanks in advance Yvan Matagon Alice Chauvin SWAMPQUEEN <[email protected]> wrote: Engagees http://www.geocities.com/~colony/engagees.html SWAMPQUEEN~REINE DES BAYOUS La VIE C'EST BON! You have to dance like nobody's watchin' And Love like it's never gonn'a hurt. You! yoU Live All Your Life, All Your Life Long! AND When you reach the end of your rope you will find the hem of His garment. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message --------------------------------- Ahhh...imagining that irresistible "new car" smell? Check outnew cars at Yahoo! Autos.
A monument is dedicated to the sailors and soldiers of the French expeditionary force who died for the independence of the United States during the campaign of Yorktown. 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Engagees http://www.geocities.com/~colony/engagees.html SWAMPQUEEN~REINE DES BAYOUS La VIE C'EST BON! You have to dance like nobody's watchin' And Love like it's never gonn'a hurt. You! yoU Live All Your Life, All Your Life Long! AND When you reach the end of your rope you will find the hem of His garment.
Titanic's passenger list goes online | Tech&Sci | Technology | Reuters.com http://today.reuters.com/news/articlenews.aspx?type=technologyNews&storyid=2007-04-14T122819Z_01_L14471528_RTRUKOC_0_US-BRITAIN-TITANIC.xml&src=rss&rpc=22 SWAMPQUEEN~REINE DES BAYOUS La VIE C'EST BON! You have to dance like nobody's watchin' And Love like it's never gonn'a hurt. You! yoU Live All Your Life, All Your Life Long! AND When you reach the end of your rope you will find the hem of His garment.
Brenda Poincot LA MARQUE - Brenda Poincot, 49, died Monday, April 2, 2007, at U. T. M. B. in Galveston. She was born October 20, 1957, in Greenville, California. Survivors include her mother, Jerry Mc Knight Bernard; Companion Wayne Poincot of Houma, Louisiana; daughter Cynthia Poincot; three sons Justin Johnson, Jared Johnson and Christopher Poincot; god daughter Brandy Jardan; three sisters Rose Marie Heater, Sharon Manning and Carol Mc Entire and five granddaughters. She was preceded in death by her father, Steve Bernard; son Jason Johnson and granddaughter Jordan Johnson. A memorial service will be held Saturday, April 7, 2007, at 6:00 p.m. at the James Crowder Funeral Home in La Marque James Crowder Funeral Home-La Marque Published April 6, 2007 Save Mail Print Comment
Jerry Lynn Fontenot SAN LEON - Jerry Lynn Fontenot of San Leon, Texas passed away on Sunday, April 1, 2007. Jerry was born February 21, 1947, in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Jerry worked at Schlumberger Lake Charles for 22 years. He was an Army Sergeant E-5 in the Vietnam War. He was preceded in death by his parents, Alzina and John Fontenot and great grandson, Cameron Wilder. He is survived by his loving wife, Jeanine Fontenot of San Leon; son David Fontenot and wife, Lori of Haughton, Louisiana; daughters Susan Doucet and husband Bernon of Lake Charles, Louisiana, Louise Johnson and husband Trent of Cravens, Louisiana and Molly Rodriguez and husband Andrew of Houston; step-children Jim Positan and wife Ruth, Cindy Smith and husband Mike of Clinton, Mississippi, Sheryl Sens and husband Gary of Sealy, Texas, Tina Ferguson and husband David of Knoxville, Tennessee, Juli Positan and Angi Murphy of Murfreesboro, Tennessee; grandchildren Britney Wilder, Katelyn, Brandon and Michael Fontenot, Tayelor and Chelsea Jackson, Brynlee, David (Bubba), Olyvia and Tanner Johnson, Dana Lee, Aaron Carter, Jamie Sell, Jimmy Sell, Julie Broomes, Justin and Katie Smith, Amy Christi and Joey Positan, Caitlin and Chelsea Ferguson, Robin and Shaun Murphy; 6 great grandchildren, brother John Fontenot Jr. of Lake Charles and many beloved friends. You are greatly loved and will be dearly missed by all who knew you. Funeral service will be held on Wednesday, April 4, 2007, at 3:00 p.m. at the Forest Park East Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will be held on Thursday, April 5, 2007, at 3:00 p.m. at the Creel Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Bel, Louisiana. Forest Park East Funeral Home Published April 3, 2007 Save Mail Print Comment
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