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101 3rd degree of consanguinity. (Diocese of Baton Rouge, Catholic Church Records, Vol. 2, 1980) Family F31940
 
102 4th degree Sanguinity. (Diocese of Baton Rouge, Catholic Church Records 1770-1803, Vol. 2, Diocese of Baton Rouge, 1980) Family F27337
 
103 A Donat Landry married Monique Leblanc on January 10, 1888 in Westmorland County, New Brunswick. No parents listed. (http://archives.gnb.ca)
The 1891 census of Dorchester Parish listed Dones 30, Mannigan 28, Almas 2, and Lidia 2/12. (http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca) 
LANDRY, Donat (I55282)
 
104 A Jean Carbonneau Labonte died at the general hospital in Quebec on 8-14-1757 and buried the same day. He was a soldier in the Berry Company who died in the campange of Darlienes. (PRDH) CARBONNEAU DIT PROVENCAL, Jean Baptiste (I16953)
 
105 A Jean Carbonneau Labonte died at the general hospital in Quebec on 8-14-1757 and buried the same day. He was a soldier in the Berry Company who died in the campange of Darlienes. (PRDH) He was 18 years old at his family's recensement in 1744. (PRDH) CARBONNEAU DIT PROVENCAL, Jean Baptiste Boniface (I16974)
 
106 A Jean Leblanc 36, Therese Hebert 35, and Marie 1 1/2 left Paimboeuf, France on May 10, 1785 and arrived in New Orleans, LA on July 29, 1785. (www.acadiansingray.com) Jean resided in Chatellerault, France for several years. Jean, Tarsille, and Marie boarded Le Bon Papa on May 10, 1785 from Nantes, france and arrived in Louisiana on July 29, 1785. (Albert J. Robichaux, The Acadian Exiles in Nantes, 1775-1785, Hebert Publications, 1978) LEBLANC, Jean (I73507)
 
107 A Jeanne Landry was buried on November 20, 1814 in St. Jacques, Montcalm. Her spouse was listed as Pierre Cadien. (FamilySearch.org: Quebec Catholic Parish Registers 1621-1900) She apparently remarried after her first husband died in 1810. The baptism record was misread by the Public Archives of Nova Scotia as Jean Baptiste Landry instead of Jeanne Basilisse. LANDRY, Jeanne Basilisse (I59640)
 
108 A Joseph Carbonneau died on 9-16-1808 in Yamachechi and was buried on 9-17-1808. There were no witnesses. (PRDH) It could have been his brother instead. These two Joseph Carbonneaus were the only Josephs living in the Yamachechi area. Also, a Joseph Carbonneau was in attendance at several baptisms and marriages from 1751 to 1761. (PRDH) It is possible that only one Joseph was involved in all three marriages attributed to these individuals. CARBONNEAU, Joseph Marie (I17058)
 
109 A Joseph Carbonneau died on 9-16-1808 in Yamachechi and was buried on 9-17-1808. There were no witnesses. (PRDH) It could have been his brother instead. These two Joseph Carbonneaus were the only Josephs living in the Yamachechi area. Also, a Joseph Carbonneau was in attendance at several baptisms and marriages from 1751 to 1761. (PRDH) It is possible that only one Joseph was involved in all three marriages attributed to these individuals. CARBONNEAU DIT PROVENCAL, Joseph Antoine (I17036)
 
110 A Josephe Corriveau died oct. 29, 1842 and was buried in November 1, 1842 in St. Vallier but she was listed as 75 years old had nephews named Louis and Pierre in the report. (PRDH) CORRIVEAU, Marie Josephe (I21981)
 
111 A Josephe Corriveau died oct. 29, 1842 and was buried in November 1, 1842 in St. Vallier but she was listed as 75 years old had nephews named Louis and Pierre in the report. (PRDH) CORRIVEAU, Marie Josephe (I21982)
 
112 A Lizzie Anne, age 2 years and 8 months, died on March 3, 1897. (www3.ns.sympatico.ca/swan/deaths!875-89.html) LANDRY, Elizabeth Anne (I55962)
 
113 A Louis died on this date. The age at death was 66 which is close to the correct age for this Louis. He was born and married in Montreal. Nevertheless, the Louis who died on this date might have been a Rene Landry descendent. LANDRY, Louis Amable (I62455)
 
114 A Louis was a son of Louis Bilodeau and Delphine Brousseau. (Marcel Walter Landry) BILODEAU, Louis (I121670)
 
115 A Malilde Landry born on March 13, 1886 in Breaux Bridge with parents of Cyrille Landry and Gustave Landry was listed by Hebert. (Hebert, Donald J. Southwest Louisiana Records, Vol. XVII, 1885-1886, Cecilia, LA: Donald J. Hebert, 1978) This Cyrille was the only one in my database in Breaux Bridge at this time.

The 1880 census of 5th Ward, St. Martin Parish, Louisiana listed Cyrile 21 and Kismea 24. (Ancestry.com) 
LANDRY, Cyrille (I54796)
 
116 A Marguerite, daughter of Honore Landry, was an orphan living with Jean Landry and Blanche Leblanc in St. Servan, France in 1766. (www.acadian-home.org/acadians-st-servan.html) LANDRY, Marguerite (I63345)
 
117 A Marie Carbonneau was buried on January 5, 1776 and was listed as 70 years old. Marie Genevieve was the only Marie born about 1706-1707. CARBONNEAU DIT PROVENCAL, Marie Genevieve (I17280)
 
118 A Marie Felicite Corriveau was present at the birth of Marie Corriveau, daughter of Joseph Corriveau and Marie Josephe Tanguay, but she was not listed in any of the other family events by PRDH. CORRIVEAU, Marie Felicite (I21955)
 
119 A Marie Landry 27 was buried on June 24, 1833 in St. Joseph Baton Rouge. (Diocese of Baton Rouge, Catholic Church Records, Vol. 5, 1830-1839, Diocese of Baton Rouge, 1984) LANDRY, Marie Amelone (I64205)
 
120 A Marie Landry married Michel Gagnon. This Marie appeared to be the most likely one. LANDRY, Marie Euphrosine (I65140)
 
121 A marriage between a Delphine Landry and Jean Valery occurred on February 3 1876 and parents were not identified. This Delphine Landry was the only one who seemed to fit. Family F25958
 
122 A marriage between a Franklin Lanndry and Emma Roule in Plattsburg, NY identified his parents as Eli Lanndry and Josephine Murry. (New York County Marriages 1908-1935 - FamilySearch.org) This may not have been the the correct Frank. MURRAY?, Josephine (I126151)
 
123 A marriage between a Joseph Landry and Marie Joseph Comeau occurred on 11-10-1727 in Grand Pre. Parents were not listed but three Landrys were present: Claude, Jean Baptiste, and Joseph. Three Comeaus were present: Jean, Etienne, and Marie Joseph. (Daigre and Pastorek, The Registers of St. Charles Aux Mines in Acadia, 1707-1748. Catholic Church Records: Diocese of Baton Rouge, vol 1a, 1999) PRDH lists this marriage as Simon Joseph with parents of Antoine and Marie Thibodeau while Marie's parents were not listed. According to Rootsweb, Joseph, son of Claude and Marie Catherine Thibodeau, married Marie Josephe Comeau and Antoine died in 1710 and Marie Thibodeau died in 1709; if true, it would be consistant with Antoine's absence at the marriage ceremony. It could be that Simon Joseph lived with Antoine's brother, Claude. However, Claude had a son, Joseph, born in June 15, 1708. (Daigre and Pastorek) Rootsweb lists Joseph son of Claude as the one who married Marie Comeau. PRDH lists Simon Joseph's birth date as June 15, 1708. Therefore, Simon Joseph's birth date was the same day as Joseph's. Daigre and Pastorek did not have a listing for Simon Joseph's birth. I find it unlikely that there were two separate births of Joseph on the same day and suspect that Simon Joseph was the son of Claude Landry rather than Antoine Landry. Family F9380
 
124 A Pierre Landry who married Anne Josephe Marie Aucoin was born about 1716 according to his 1763 PRDH burial record. Pierre's and Anne's parents were not listed on the PRDH marriage listing, suggesting that the information was obtained from the marriage record of their daughter, Marie Louise. PRDH also listed Pierre and his wife as acadian. Their son Abraham died in Quebec in 1756 (PRDH) The birth and/or death records for Abraham, Pierre, Pierre (son) and Anne showed that they were in Quebec in 1756 and 1758, and that Pierre was there in 1763. (PRDH) He may have been deported from Grand Pre in 1755. (Journal of Colonel John Winslow of the Provincial Troops, While Engaged in Removing the Acadian French Inhabitants from Grand Pre and Neighboring Settlements. Online transcrition at the Public Archives of Nova Scotia.) Pierre the younger and Josette Aucoin with a child resided in Pennsylvania in 1763. (Jehn, Janet, Acadian Exiles in the Colonies, 1977) (www.acadian-home.org/acadians-pennsylvania.html)(Babineau, Rene, The Acadian Exiles in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1858 for The Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Copied and appended by Rene Babineau in 1984) Based on inclusion of le jeune in his name in the Pennsylvania list of acadians, Pierre's father also was Pierre. (Babineau, Rene, The Acadian Exiles in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1858 for The Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Copied and appended by Rene Babineau in 1984) The fact that le jeune was included in his name suggests that one of the other two Pierre Landrys in Pennsylvania was this Pierre's father. (Would he use the le jeune if his father weren't there? On the other hand, neither of the other Pierre Landrys in Pennsylvania was called l'aine.) The facts that the Pierre Landry's wife died in Quebec in 1758 but was listed as alive in Pennsylvania in 1763 leads to the conclusion that there were two Pierre Landrys married to a Marie Joseph Aucoin. The Quebec records showed that on some occasions the Quebec Pierre's wife was called Anne Aucoin. (PRDH) In addition, we do not know the father of either Pierre Landry. The Quebec Pierre was born about 1716 based on his burial record. (PRDH) The Pennsylvania Pierre probably was born much later than 1716 if my hypothesis that his father also was in Pennsylvania is true. This particular Pierre must be the Quebec Pierre Landry. The Pennsylvania Pierre Landry is a separate entry in this database. If we assume that the Pierre in question is in my database and that he was born before 1737 (making him 15 when Abraham was born, the following are possible candidates. Criteria: at least 15 in 1751, alive during the period from 1755 to 1763, not alive after 1763, not in a location other than Quebec City from 1755 to 1763, and not married to someone else from 1750 to 1758. Pierre #12 is the one for which a match is sought, i.e, one that could be the same one as #12.

1. Pierre Landryb. c1758 married Madeleine Robichaud - (probably was dead before 1763)
2. Pierre Landry b. c1680 married Madeleine Broussard - (was in Maryland in 1763)
3. Pierre Landry b. c1683 married to Marguerite Mius d'Entremont de Pobomkoup - (was in Europe in 1763)
4. Pierre Landry b. c1690 married Marguerite Forest - (where-abouts from 1755 to 1763 unknown but unlikely due to age)
5. Pierre Landry b. c1698 married Claire Babin - (deported to Maryland and died there)
6. Pierre Landry b. c1704 married Anne Theriault - (was in England in 1763)
7. Pierre Landry b. March 25, 1704 married Cecile Robichaud - (died in Lachine, Quebec in 1774)
8. Pierre Landry b. c1705 married Anne Marie Doucet - (deported to Maryland and died before 1763)
9. Pierre Landry b. c1707 married to Marie Claire Babin - (died in 1756 in Maryland)
10. Pierre Landry b. December 10, 1711 married to Marie Josephe Leblanc - (deported to Pennsylvania and there in 1763)
11. Pierre Landry b. June 10, 1715, d. August 13, 1733 and did not marry
12. Pierre Landry b. c1716 married to Anne Marie Josephe Aucoin (this is the Pierre for which a father is being sought)
13. Pierre Landry b. January 26, 1716 married Marie Anne Gagne (no because this Pierre was not acadian - a descendant of Mathurin)
14. Pierre Landry b.September 24, 1717 married Marie Anne Breau - (deported to Pennsylvania and there in 1763)
15. Pierre Landry b. c1720 - (was in Cherbourg, France from 1761 to at least 1772)
16. Pierre Landry b. c1721 married Genevieve Broussard (deported to Maryland and at Oxford, MD in 1763)
17. Pierre Landry b. c1726 married Euphrosine Francine Doucet - (died in 1804 in Maskinonge)
18. Pierre Landry b. c 1731 married Anne Landry - (deported to Pennsylvania and there in 1763)
19. Pierre Landry b. c1732 married Elisabeth/Isabelle Dupuis - (deported to MD and at Oxford, MD in 1763
20. Pierre Landry b. c1736 married Marthe Leblanc - (deported to Falmouth, England and there in 1763)

Conclusion: None of the Pierre Landrys match up to #12 above. There must be another Pierre who is not in the database who matches up with Pierre #12. 
LANDRY, Pierre (I68249)
 
125 A Pierre Landry who married Anne Josephe Marie Aucoin was born about 1716 according to his 1763 PRDH death record. Pierre's and Anne's parents were not listed on the PRDH marriage listing, suggesting that the information was obtained from the marriage record of their daughter, Marie Louise. PRDH also listed Pierre and his wife as acadian. Their son Abraham died in Quebec in 1756 (PRDH) The birth and/or death records for Abraham, Pierre, Pierre (son) and Anne showed that they were in Quebec in 1756 and 1758, and that Pierre was there in 1763. (PRDH) He may have been deported from Grand Pre in 1755. (Journal of Colonel John Winslow of the Provincial Troops, While Engaged in Removing the Acadian French Inhabitants from Grand Pre and Neighboring Settlements. Online transcrition at the Public Archives of Nova Scotia.) Pierre the younger and Josette Aucoin with a child resided in Pennsylvania in 1763. (Jehn, Janet, Acadian Exiles in the Colonies, 1977) (www.acadian-home.org/acadians-pennsylvania.html)(Babineau, Rene, The Acadian Exiles in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1858 for The Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Copied and appended by Rene Babineau in 1984) Based on inclusion of le jeune in his name in the Pennsylvania list of acadians, Pierre's father also was Pierre. (Babineau, Rene, The Acadian Exiles in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1858 for The Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Copied and appended by Rene Babineau in 1984) The fact that le jeune was included in his name suggests that one of the other two Pierre Landrys in Pennsylvania was this Pierre's father. (Would he use the le jeune if his father weren't there? On the other hand, neither of the other Pierre Landrys in Pennsylvania was called l'aine.) The facts that the Pierre Landry's wife died in Quebec in 1758 but was listed as alive in Pennsylvania in 1763 leads to the conclusion that there were two Pierre Landrys married to a Marie Joseph Aucoin. The Quebec records showed that on some occasions the Quebec Pierre's wife was called Anne Aucoin. (PRDH) In addition, we do not know the father of either Pierre Landry. The Quebec Pierre was born about 1716 based on his burial record. (PRDH) The Pennsylvania Pierre probably was born much later than 1716 if my hypothesis that his father also was in Pennsylvania is true; the fact that this Pierre was listed with an infant supports this hypothesis. This particular Pierre must be the Pennsylvania Pierre Landry. The Quebec Pierre Landry is a separate entry in this database. If we assume that Pierre's father is in my database and that the son could have been born as late as 1748, then the following are candidates:
1. Pierre Landryb. c1758 married Madeleine Robichaud - son Pierre b. c1683 (not likely because he was 80 in 1763)
2. Pierre Landry b. c1680 married Madeleine Broussard - son Pierre b. c 1707 and d. c1756 (no because he died in 1756)
3. Pierre Landry b. c1683 married to Marguerite Mius d'Entremont de Pobomkoup - son Pierre b. c1720 (no because he was in Europe in 1763)
4. Pierre Landry b. c1690 married Marguerite Forest - no son Pierre listed
5. Pierre Landry b. c1698 married Claire Babin - son Pierre b. c1737 (no because he was in Oxford, MD in 1763)
6. Pierre Landry b. c1704 married Anne Theriault - son Pierre 1736 (no because he was in England in 1763)
7. Pierre Landry b. March 25, 1704 married Cecile Robichaud - son Pierre b. January 27, 1748 (no because he was in Massachusetts in 1763)
8. Pierre Landry b. c1705 married Anne Marie Doucet - son Pierre b. c1732 (no because he was in Oxford, MD in 1763 and married to Elisabeth/Isabelle Dupuis)
9. Pierre Landry b. c1707 married to Marie Claire Babin - no son Pierre listed and children were in Oxford, MD in 1763
10. Pierre Landry b. December 10, 1711 married to Marie Josephe Leblanc - son Pierre b. March 17, 1741 (yes because family was exiled to Pennsylvania and no info. on son marriage)
11. Pierre Landry b. June 10, 1715, d. August 13, 1733 and did not marry
12. Pierre Landry b. c1716 married to Anne Marie Josephe Aucoin - son Pierre b. February 12, 1758, d. February 27, 1758 in Quebec (no because he was dead)
13. Pierre Landry b. January 26, 1716 married Marie Anne Gagne - son Pierre b. August 21, 1746 (no because not acadian - descendant of Mathurin Landry)
14. Pierre Landry b.September 24, 1717 married Marie Anne Breau - (no son Pierre listed and family was in Boston in 1763)

It is concluded that only one the above possibilities meets the criteria and that is #10. Recall that this conclusion assumes that the list includes all possibilities. 
LANDRY, Pierre le jeune (I68484)
 
126 A Pierre was exiled to Liverpool, England in 1755 or 1756 with his parents and then a Pierre, Francoise, and children were expatriated to Morlaix, France in 1763 on the Le Sturgeon. (www.acadian-home.org/france-lesturgeon.html) However, the children didn't seem to match up. In 1767 Pierre resided in Borderun, Sauzon, Belle Ile en Mer, France. (www.acadian-home.org/declarations-BIM.html) On December 7, 1775 Pierre, Francoise, and children (Yves, Marie, Genevieve, and Marguerite) were on a convoy from Chatellerault, France to Nantes, France. (www.acadian-home.org/leblanc-marriages-france.html) On June 20, 1785 Joseph, Francoise, and children (Simon, Marie, Genevieve, and Francoise) were aboard the St. Remi from France and arrived in Louisiana on September 9, 1785. (www.acadian-home.org/leblanc-marriages-france.html) Pierre and family were at Nantes, France in 1784. Pierre 49, francoise 47, Francoise an infant, Genevieve 21, Marie 22, and Simon 9 were aboard Le St. Remi from St. Malo, France to New Orleans, LA in 1785. (www.acadiansingray.com) Pierre, Francoise, Yves, Marie, Genevieve, and Marguerite left Chatellerault, France on December 7, 1775 in the third convoy to go to Nantes, France. Pierre, Francoise, Simon, Marie, Genevieve, and Francoise boarded the Sr\t. Remi on June 20, 1785 in Paiboeuf, France and arrived in Louisiana on September 9, 1785. (Albert J. Robichaux, The Acadian Exiles in Nantes, 1775-1785, Hebert Publications, 1978) LEBLANC, Pierre (I74128)
 
127 A possible death and burial date was September 13, 1758, at the general hospital in Quebec City; the person was listed as Aide-Canonnier du "Hardy". (PRDH) He was 15 years old at his family's redensement in 1744. (PRDH) CARBONNEAU DIT PROVENCAL, Joseph Marie (I17061)
 
128 A possible match is Joseph Charles Landry who married Mary Godin. The 1911 census listed Charles Landry 31, Marie 29, Mecrina 5, Arthur 3, and Eda 1. (Automatedgenealogy.com) LANDRY, Joseph C. (I114514)
 
129 A previous civil marriage. (Diocese of Baton Rouge, Catholic Church Records, Vol. 8, 1530-1857, Diocese of Baton Rouge, 1988) Family F14914
 
130 A Rosalie Landry 29 and married to Marc Leblanc 32 had a child, Joseph Clarence Leblanc on March 10, 1877 in Dorchester Parish. (Provencial Archives of New Brunswick) This is a potential candidate. LANDRY, Rosalie (I68985)
 
131 A Rosalie Landry 29 and married to Marc Leblanc 32 had a child, Joseph Clarence Leblanc on March 10, 1877 in Dorchester Parish. (Provencial Archives of New Brunswick) This is a potential candidate. LANDRY, Rosalie (I69008)
 
132 A Rose Roy was married to Michel Panier who died 12-22-1843 in Ste. Martine. He was 92 and she would have been the same age. They did not marry before 1800. (PRDH) If this is the correct Rose, they would have to have been married after 1810 when her first husband died. ROY, Marie Rose (I96206)
 
133 A Roy Delbert Landry, 21 and a widower, listed his parents as Simon Landry and Katherine Cook on the record of his marriage to Anna Richer. (New York County Marriages 1908-1935 - FamilySearch.org)
Roy's WW I draft registration card listed him as Roy (Delbert Cook) Landry born March 13, 1894 in Canada of American parents. (Ancestry.com)
Royal Landry 21 appeared with the family of Simon Landry and Katherine Cook nee Unknown in the 1915 census of Ogdensburg, NY but at no other time.
A Roy D. Landry married Jennie Musso in 1929 in Philadelphia, PA (Ancestry.com)
The WW II registration card listed Roy (Delbert Cook) Landry's birth as 3/13/1894 in Ogdensburg, NY.
The 1920 census of Syracuse, NY listed Roy D. 24, Anna M. 21, Eunice A. 4, and Roy G. 2 8/12. (Ancestry.com)
The 1930 census of Philadelphia, PA listed Roy 36, Jennie 25, and Roy 13. Ancestry.com
The 1940 census of Yeadon, PA listed Roy C. 46, Jennie 36, Robert 9, Eleanor 7, Gloria 6, and Pauline 3. (Ancestry.com)
Roy C. Landry married Angela Grayeski in 1947 in Philadelphia, PA. (Ancestry.com) 
COOK DIT LANDRY, Roy Delbert (I128114)
 
134 A Roy Delbert Landry, 21 and a widower, listed his parents as Simon Landry and Katherine Cook on the record of his marriage to Anna Richer. (New York County Marriages 1908-1935 - FamilySearch.org)
Roy's WW I draft registration card listed him as Roy (Delbert Cook) Landry born March 13, 1894 in Ogdensburg, NY. (Ancestry.com)
Royal Landry 21 appeared with the family of Simon Landry and Katherine Cook nee Unknown in the 1915 census of Ogdensburg, NY but at no other time. 
COOK NEE UNKNOWN, Katherine (I126236)
 
135 A second birth record listed the location in Moncton. SAULNIER, Marie Irene (I113619)
 
136 A second marriage date was February 1, 1773 in Lachine. Family F26265
 
137 A second marriage date was November 3, 1869 in Ste. Scholastique. Family F24404
 
138 A sibling with the same name died in 1781. However, PRDH had no information on any other Euphrosines born between 1781 and 1799. (PRDH) ISABELLE, Marie Euphrosine (I46138)
 
139 A son named Francois was listed on the burial record for his father, Julien. (FamilySearch.org, Quebec Catholic Parish Registers, 1621-1900) LANDRY, Francois (I57344)
 
140 A specific baptismal record was not found for Louis but the date used was for one where the given name was not available. Since it was close to the estimate based on the burial record, it was assumed that it was correct. GAGNE, Louis (I34909)
 
141 A succession dated January 21 1879 was in Symphorien's name. (Hebert, Donald J. Southwest Louisiana Records, Vol. XIV, 1879-1880, Donald J. Hebert, 1978)

The 1900 census of Police Jury Ward 5, Lafayette, Louisiana listed Symphony 39, Alida 32, Huloge 13, Delusca M. 11, Esita 7, and Dewey J. 7/12. (Ancestry.com)
The 1910 census of Police Jury Ward 5, Lafayette Parish, Louisiana listed Syenphroyen 49, Alida 42, Eloge 23, Dewy 10, and Adeole 19 (nephew). (Ancestry.com)
The 1920 census of Police Jury Ward 5, Lafayette Parish, Louisiana listed Syfuroyen 59, Alida 51, and Dewey 20. (Ancestry.com) 
LANDRY, Symphorien (I69744)
 
142 A. Joseph Landry was not Alexandre Joseph Landry who was the son of Joseph Valentine Landry and Marguerite Elina Elinor Landry. The latter was married to Cordelia Barbier and was listed in the 1910 census of Ascension Parish, Louisiana.
The 1910 census of Police Jury Ward 6, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana listed A. J. 44, Lillie 37, Edwin 9 (SS), Helen 5, Dalbess 3, and Seclerise 10/12. It was the second marriage for both A. J. and Lillie. (Ancestry.com)
The 1920 census of Police Jury Ward 5, Beauregard Parish, Louisiana listed A. J. 53, Lillie 48, Helen 14, Dalbeas 13, Melonie 10, K. K. 8, and Isadore 4 2/12. (Ancestry.com)
The 1930 census of Police Jury Ward 5, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana listed Joseph 62, Lillie 57, and Isidore 15. Joseph was 19 when first married and Lillie was 26. (Ancestry.com) Therefore A. Joseph must have been married before he married Lillie.
A. Joe Landry's death certificate listed his father as Dell B. Landry and mother's maiden name was unknown. 
LANDRY, A. Joseph (I144123)
 
143 Aaron was a son of William J. Paine and Harriet Unknown. (Marcel Walter Landry) PAINE, Aaron (I127628)
 
144 Abdeline was a son of Lovincy Hebert and Ameliza Forest. (Diocese of Baton Rouge, Catholic Church Records, Vol. 21, 1897-1898, Diocese of Baton Rouge, 2004) HEBERT, Abdeline (I44114)
 
145 Abel and Pierre Ho may not be the same person. Pierre Ho was listed in the 1900 census of St. Martin Parish with parents Benjamin Landry and Azelie. Benjamin Landry and Adelia Hulin were listed as the parents of Pierre Ho by Hebert in the Southwest Louisiana Records. Both Abel and Pierre were born in March 1899. LANDRY, Pierre Ire (I68464)
 
146 Abel was a son of Aime Boudreau and Olive Dessarie?. (Provencial Archives of New Brunswick) BOUDREAU, Abel (I112210)
 
147 Abel was a son of Charle Caissie and Gertrude Cormier. (Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988 - Ancestry.com) CAISSIE, Abel Joseph (I116316)
 
148 Abelard was the son of Francois Bourassa and Marie Martin. (Quintin CD, Ste. Anne, Yamachiche) BOURASSA, Abelard (I12672)
 
149 Abraham was a son of Joseph Dalpe Pariseau and Marie Plouffe. (www.genealogiequebec.com - Drouin Institute - The LAFRANCE) DALPE DIT PARISEAU, Abraham (I133404)
 
150 Abraham and Marie had four daughters as well as Charles according to Charles' obituary. (Obituary provided by Paul C. Landry) Family F43937
 

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