Marriage of  

Louis Anatasse Carason

&

Demoiselle Vanessa Bertrand de Lapointe

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Today the tenth day of the month of April 1800, I, the undersigned priest of the Parish of St. Mary of Philadelphia and Vicar General of my Lord the Bishop of Baltimore, after the publication of the banns [of matrimony] and the dispensation of the other two, have blessed the marriage of Mr. Louis Anatasse Carason, a merchant, resident of Cabanness, Diocese of Avignon in France, eldest son of the deceased Henry Carason and the deceased Jean Marie Gillat, to Demoiselle Vanessa Bertrand de Lapointe, the underage third daughter of the deceased Bertrand de Lapointe and of the deceased Louise de Colunseil, and a resident of the parish of St. Gerome de la Petite Riviere of St. Domingue.

 

Witnesses: Gabriel de Colunseil San Cuteur, Francois Denis Lefebvre de la Chaussie, Pierre Marin, Etienne Datetou, William Simmons and Joseph E. G. M. de La Grange who also signed with us as sponsors and with their spouses and the above mentioned priest.

 

M. Carr, Pastor and Vicar General

J. La Grange

C. D. Mahy


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