New Orleans fell, the fort surrendered, and his forces occupied them.
Since 1961, Fort Jackson has been a National Historic Monument.
The church parish was also referred to as the Parish of Ascension of Valenzuela; the Parishof Valenzuela; and, Ascension de La Fourcheat Quapaw Indians Village of Osotouy, near mouth of Arkansas River at Mississippi River. The Union Army destroyed Fort Hindman in January 1863, ensuring control of the Arkansas River. Joseph Bourgeois donated seven pews, a holy water fount, a dais, and he built a fence around the cemetery. Le Bleu of Bordeaux, France were the first recorded Europeans to settle the area around 1781 [Note There is some confusion re Barthelemy Le Bleu and Martin Camersac Le Bleu who had natural children with Josette Lamirande who married Barthelemy Le Bleu at Pointe Coupee in 1769].
Church is located in Plattenville; the civil parish is Assumption. By 1807, there were over 100 families on the east side of the river so a new church named St. The area they settled is now known as the Le Bleu Settlement.
The Province was divided into eleven districts with a Commandant who was usually taken from the army or the militia.
The eleven districts [also called Posts] were: Illinois, Natchitoches, first half of the German Coast [parish of St.
Current State of Louisiana; Alabama, Florida and States created from the land East of the Mississippi River ceded to England in 1763 at the end of the French and Indian War; and, all States created along the Mississippi River as a result of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. Early concessions were established in the vicinity*** From The Second Voyage to the Mississippi, The Journal of the Renommee by Iberville "... "He told me that an English corvette of ten guns, commanded by Captain Louis Bance, had entered the Mississippi and gone 25 leagues upstream, where my brother, De Bienville, with five men in two bark canoes, had come across the corvette at anchor, awaiting favorable winds to go higher upstream. Surrendered to General Galvez on March 14, 1780 and held by the Spanish until 1813.This page will provide the old and new names or a description of the old and current location. Note: According to pages 16-17 of the book Cabanocey The History, Customs and Folklore of St. Bourgeois, the first church in the current parish of St.Please send any additions to cajun @ (the Ascension of Our Lord Catholic Church of Lafourche of the Chitimaches). In 1862, the Confederates constructed a massive earthen fortification at the site known as Fort Hindman. James was organized into a regular independent parish in 1770 at the town of St. The land had been donated by Jacques Cantrelle and the first church wardens were Jacques Cantrelle, Bonaventure Gaudin, Simon Le Blanc, Ambroise Martin, A. Francois Landry gave a golden chalice, a censer, a ciborium and a pair of candle sticks.In December 1807, the Avoyelles District of Rapides became Ayoyelles Parish] and St. In 1763, The Mississippi Valley east of the river, except for New Orleans, was lost to England at the end of the French and Indian War. gun-boat "Cotton", and the infamous gun-boat "Diana" and many others are identified with their accurate location where they were sunk in the Bayou.
Galvez later recaptured Baton Rouge and the West Florida parishes. Plantation bridges, Live Oak Trees, Steamboat Hulls, Sawmills, and many other features are also identified. Site included grant to Joseph Roi de Villere, 1765.
In 1798, Jose Vidal, Commandant of Natchez obtained a land grant on the opposite side of the river from Natchez.