St. Landry Parish, Louisiana
(created 1807 from Opelousas Parish)
74 people of Irish birth, resident in St. Landry Parish in 1850.
Washington, St. Landry was the largest inland port between New Orleans and St. Louis in the 1800s.
The first Roman Catholic chapel was built in this territory in 1767 and the area became known as Church Landing.
Wm. Elizabeth Duffy (female) 1795-
her sons Peter & M and daughters Alice & Ellen were all born in Ireland also.
Thomas B Knox 1800-
Wife Ann Gurnet, born in Mississippi. Children born in Louisiana.
Patrick Woods 1790-
Wife Sophia, and sons Pierre & John all born in Louisiana.
West Feliciana, Louisiana
Michael Cranan c1815-
James Brennan c1795- (also Irish-born) in same household
Patrick Doherty c1796-
Wife Margaret & children Mary E, Richard, & Kate all Louisiana born. Cilia M Madden c1831 also Irish-born.
Wm Lemon c1789-
wife Ann c1794- Margaret Germany c1817- Birthplace Ireland, Hannah E (Mississippi), Ann M, Jane & Laura E (Louisiana).
Wm Lemon c1820- (son of Wm. Lemon c1789, same household)
John Lombard/Lumbard c1815-
Children: John, Edward, Margaret, Emily, ?Girtrude (all Louisiana born)
& James c1830- Irish-born (poss. brother?) a carpenter.
Robert McCausland c1772-
Wife Margaret (Kentucky) children: Eliza M, Mary M, George M & Marcus M (Louisiana).
Wm J Wells c1789-
Wife Leah (Mississippi) children: Leany & Joshua (Louisiana)
Martine Brennan (Curator)
Enslavement to citizenship: African Americans in Irish Slaveholder records by Martine Brennan is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.