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Francisco Hyppolite Petitpain


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Petitpain               Frank H.                        29 yrs    -     W    12/02/1897    115      444
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Name:    Frank H. Petitpain
Age:    29 yrs  
Death Date:    02 Dec 1897  
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Page:    444  
Volume:    115
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Name: Maud Vinson
Spouse: Frank H. Petitpain
Age: 21
Age: 25
Gender: F
Marriage Date: 03 Apr 1893
Volume: 16
Page: 697
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(52 La. Ann)
PETITPAIN v. MUTUAL RESERVE FUND LIFE ASS'N. (No. 13,139)
(Supreme Court of Louisiana.  Jan 22, 1900).
LIFE INSURANCE - WARRANTY - COMPLAIANCE.

A warranty stipulated in contract of life insurance must be strictly complied with, or literally fulfilled, before the Insured is entitled to recover on the policy.  A warranty need not be material to the risk, because it is of itself an implied agreement that the representations warranted are material. (Syllabus by the Court).
Appeal from civil district court, parish of Orleans; John St. Paul, Judge.
Action by Maude V. Petitpain against the Mutual Reserve Fund Life Insurance Association.  Judgment for defendant, and plaintiff appeals Affirmed.

Parkerson & Tobin, for appellant.  Denegre, Blair & Denegre, for appellee.

WATKINS, J.  This suit is brought by the beneficiary of a policy of insurance upon the life of Frank H. Petitpain for the sum of $5,000; the plaintiff having been his wife, and now his surviving widow, to whom the policy is made payable upon the death of her husband.  The petition alleges that the policy was issued on the 30th day of March, 1897, by the defendant, and that the same was in force at the time the assured died, on the 16th day of December 1897, and that she is entitled to recover the amount thereof; proof of death having been made and furnished to the company as required by the terms of the policy.  For answer, the defendant pleads a general denial and further answering, sets up the following defenses, to wit: (1) Because the assured committed suicide, and death by suicide is not a risk assumed by the policy within three years from it date, (2) Because to his application the assured stated that he was at the date thereof, and had been in good health during the past twelve months, and that he was at the date of said application, and had always been, in good health, and free from all ailments, diseases, weaknesses, and infirmities, whereas the truth and fact were to the contrary; said assured having had, among other ailments, diseases, and infirmities, attacks of the fits. (3) Because in his said application the assured stated that he had never had any illness, local disease, or injury, mental or nervous disease or infirmity, or any disease, weakness, or ailment whatever, whereas the truth and fact were to the contrary.  Said assured, besides being subject to fits, had, some years prior to his application for membership of aforesaid, been shot in the back, and suffered injury and sickness therefrom.  (4) Because in his said application the assured stated that he had never been an inmate of any infirmary, sanitarium, or hospital, whereas the truth and fact were to the contrary; said assured having been an inmate of the Charity Hospital of this city, and had been treated therein.  (5) Because in his said application the assured stated that he had not consulted or been attended by any physician within nine years, whereas the truth and fact are to the contrary; said assured having frequently consulted physicians during that time.  For the foregoing reasons the defendant avers that it is not liable to the plaintiff to any sum whatever. On the issues thus formulated the case went to trial, testimony was adduced and considered by the judge below, and he thereupon rendered a judgment in favor of the defendant, rejecting the demands of the plaintiff.  It is from that judgment that the plaintiff prosecutes this appeal.
The defendant claims that the application of the assured forms a part of the policy of insurance, - same being read into the contract, - and that the policy declares that the policy declares that the latter is predicated upon the application, and that the application for membership in the defendant association, and the policy of insurance that was issued to the assured, warranted “that all of the answers and statements contained therein, by whomsoever written, were full, complete, and true, and that it further agreed that the constitution and by-laws of the association with the amendments thereto, as modified by the board of directors, were made in part of the policy, and that if any of the answers or statements made were not full, complete, and true, or if any condition or agreement should not be fulfilled as required in said application or in the policy, then the policy issued thereon should be null and void, and all money paid thereon forfeited to the association.”  The policy was issued and bears date March 30, 1897, and the assured died about the 16th day of December, following, - his body having been found in the Mississippi river; but there is no proof furnished by the record as to whether his death was the result of accident or intention.  The proof does show that there were some bruises, of not very serious character, found upon the body, but insufficient to have reasonably indicated the cause of his death.  The policy acknowledges the receipt of $99.24, as the first annual premium, paid thereon upon the delivery thereof to the assured; and evidently no further premium was paid, as the stipulation of the policy is for an annual premium of $71.10 on the 6th day of March of each succeeding year during the continuance of the policy.  The policy contains the stipulation that, if it: “shall have been in continual force for three years from its date, it shall thereafter be incontestable, except for nonpayment of premiums as herein provided for,” etc.  It further provides that “death of a member caused by engaging in any violation of law, or by his own hand, whether sane, or insane, voluntary or involuntary, is not a risk assumed by this contract, within three years from this date.”  There are the two provisions of the policy upon which the defendant mainly relies.  In part 1 of the application for membership and policy of insurance we find the following provisions:  “It is hereby agreed that the answers and statements contained in parts 1 and 2 of this application, by whomsoever written, are warranted to be full, complete, and true, and that this agreement, and the constitution and by-laws of the association, with the amendments thereto, as modified by the board of directors.  In adopting other plans and systems as authorized by said constitution and by-laws, together with this application, are hereby made parts of any policy that may be issued thereon; that if any of the answers or statements made are not full, complete, and true, or if any condition or agreement shall not be fulfilled as required herein or by such policy, then the policy issued hereon shall be null and void, and all money paid thereon shall be forfeited to said association.”  In part 2 of the application we find the following:  “I do hereby agree and warrant that the foregoing answers written to the above questions are my answers, and are full, complete, correct, and true, and that the same shall be made a part of my application for membership and policy of insurance.”  This application was signed by the applicant in the presence of the medical examiner.  The following extracts are made from part 2 of the aforesaid application to wit:  “Q. 2. Are you now, and have you always been, in good health, and free from all ailments, diseases, weakness, and infirmity?  A. Yes; except yellow fever 8 or 9 years ago.  Had no physician *** Q. 12. Have you ever had any illness, local disease, injury, mental or nervous disease or infirmity, syphilis, or any disease weakness, or ailment of the head, throat, lungs, heart, stomach, liver, kidneys, bladder, or any disease or infirmity whatever?  If yes, state nature, date, duration, and severity of attack, and whether fully recovered.  A. No; except as above *** Q. 15. (a) How long since you consulted or were attended by a physician?  Give date. (a) 9 years ago.  (b) State name and address of such physician.  (b) No physician. (c) For what disease or ailment? (c) None.  (d) Give name and address of each physician who has prescribed for or attended you within the past 5 years, and for what disease or ailments, and date. (d) ---, (e) Have you had any illness, disease, or medical attendance not stated above? (e) ---, *** Q. 17. Have you been an inmate of any infirmary, sanitarium, institute, asylum, or hospital?  If so, where, when, duration, for what cause?  State expressly each and every case.  A. No.”
From the parol evidence adduced on the trial we gather the following facts pertinent to the issue before the court:  One physician attended a patient bearing the name of Petitpain at his office and at the Charity Hospital, and that physician states that Dr. Miles attended him previously.  That was in the year 1894.  A witness states that he was a collector for Dr. Miles just prior to his death, and had been so engaged for four or five years previously; that he knew a man by the name of Petitpain, who came to Dr. Miles' office, stating that he worked on ships; and that he had seen the same man there frequently, two or three times a week.  He states that he had bills against this man, in favor of Dr. Miles, to collect.  Another witness states:  That he knew the assured and was employed on the same ship, and that he knows that he had something like fits.  That he knew of his falling down on the deck at sea.  Saw this more than once.  When in that condition, he was unconscious for a while, and remained so 10 or 15 minutes.  The witness states that he knew that the deceased had fits once in the office of the steamer Aransas.  Witness states that he was the purser of the ship.  A certificate was produced from the Charity Hospital, bearing date January 25, 1898, and signed by the clerk of that institution, which shows an extract from the admission book, to the effect that Frank Petitpain, clerk by occupation, native of Mexico, age 21 years, last from Matamoras, was admitted on December 11, 1888, and discharged December 18, 1888.  A like certificate is produced from the Hotel Dieu, which shows that F.H. Petitpain entered that institution on June 24, 1889, and was discharged January 28, 1889.  That his trouble was a “gunshot would; wall of abdomen.  Born in Matamoras, Mexico, age 21 years.”  The brother of the deceased, as a citizen of New York City, was interrogated under commission, and we extract the following from his depositions:  “Third Interrogatory, Do you know whether or not said Frank H. Petitpain ever suffered from attacks of fits, or had fits?  If you say that you do know, please state fully your knowledge on the subject.  Say whether or not you have personally seen him suffering from any attacks?  If you say that Frank H. Petitpain suffered from any such attacks, say how frequently; and please state whether or not he suffered from any such attacks during the year 1897,” ect.  The answer is as follows:  “Yes; I know that he had them up to the time I left New Orleans to go to Europe, which was I think, about 1894.  While he was in Mexico, previous to going to New Orleans, he had them only occasionally.  This was in the years 1885, 1886, or 1887.  He was engaged as purser on one of the Morgan Line boats, and on one occasion he went to Saunders' Plantation, in St. Mary's parish.  He had a difficulty with the son of nephew of the proprietor of the plantation about a certain bill of lading.  My brother thought the fellow was trying to trick him, and refused to sign the bills of lading or take the sugar, and as he turned to go he was shot.  He recovered from that, but after that he had fits very frequently.  I saw him have as many as 8, 10, or 15 a day when he was under treatment of DR. Miles.  After Dr. Miles' death he was treated by another doctor, - I believe, Dr. Bloom.  He became better, and did not have them so often.  This was between the years 188 and 1894.  At the time I lived in New Orleans, -I believe, March, 1894, - he had gone for three or four months without having any fits.  Prior to that time, ever since he was wounded, in 1888, he had them every year and very frequently throughout the year.  I saw him again and again suffering from these attacks of fits.  He was living at my house once, and had them there.  For a time he was in the habit of carrying, sewed in the inside of his coat, a piece of linen, with instructions written thereon in indelible ink, - that, should a fit take him in a street car, to look in such a pocket, and they would find a vial of some medicine to give him.  He was apt to be taken with these fits in any place.”  This witness says that his brother was treated for these fits by Dr. Miles and Dr. Bloom up to the time he left New Orleans, that he was treated in the Charity Hospital at New Orleans by Dr. Miles for the gunshot, that a year later he was taken to the Hotel Dieu, and that the bullet was extracted one year after he was wounded  Counsel for plaintiff makes the complaint that he was a willing witness, and had evidently given to the company items of his information so as to enable its counsel to propound the foregoing Interrogatories.  He also insists that his statements are extravagant and unreasonable.  On the contrary, the statements of this witness are in some respects borne out by the statements of other witnesses, and by the certificates from the Charity Hospital and the Hotel Dieu.
The Captain of the steamship Olympia, of the Oteri Line, was interrogated as a witness, and says that he knew Frank H. Petitpain, who was with him as purser on the steamship Rover in May and June of 1897 (that was only a month or two after the policy was issued); that he does not know whether or not he was subject to fits; but that he had an attack of fits once on board of his vessel, and he thinks it was June, 1897.  He states that upon his recovery from the attack he said that he had an attack about four or five years before.  The witness says this was the only occasion he had fits while he was with him on the vessel.  He says that he and the engineer held him for perhaps about 15 minutes; that he held him in his arms, and was assisted by the engineer, and, if they had not done so, he would have “knocked himself all to pieces; he would have torn himself up.”
The foregoing is the substance of the parol testimony, and, in our opinion, it is diametrically opposed to several statements contained in the application of the assured.  For instance, he was asked the question if he was then, or had he always been, in good health and free from all ailments, diseases, weaknesses, and infirmities; and his answer is: “Yes; except yellow fever eight or nine years ago; but had no physician.”  He was again, asked he question if he had ever had any illness, local disease, infirmity of any kind whatsoever; and his answer is: “No; except as above.”  Again, he was asked the question, “How long since you consulted or were attended by a physician?”  His answer is, “Nine years ago.”  When asked to state the name and address of such physician, his answer was “No physician.”  Again he was asked if he had ever been an inmate or any infirmary, sanitarium, or hospital, - when, for what cause, ect; and his answer was, “No.”  In the face of these statement we have that of the captain of a vessel of which he as purser, that he had a fit on board of a vessel in June, after the issuance of the policy in March; and the statement of a physician that he had been treated the Hotel Dieu several years prior to his application.  The proof shows clearly that he had been an inmate of both the Charity Hospital and the Hotel Dieu on several occasions prior to his application, and that he had been therein treated for a gunshot wound, and that a bullet had been extracted by a physician attending at the Hotel Dieu, wherein he was a patient.  The extracts made from the application of the assured are to the effect that the assured warranted ther answers and statements therein contained to be full, complete, and true, and that if any of said answers were made were not full, complete, and true, then they policy issued thereon shall be null and void.  It further shows that he agreed and warranted that all the foregoing answers written to the questions therein contained are full, complete, correct, and true in every respect.  In our view, argument is unnecessary, upon these facts, to demonstrate the violation of the warranty clause of the contract of insurance.  The statements of the assured in answer to the questions propounded in the application are absolutely inconsistent and irreconcilable with the parol proof adduced on the trial.
The instant case is quite similar in its facts to that of Well v. Insurance Co., 47 La. Ann. 1405, 17 South. 858, from which we make the following extract:  “The theory of defendant's answer is that the application is the primary evidence, on the faith of which only the policy was issued to the insured, and that the validity and binding force of the policy necessarily depend upon the statements and representations which are made in the application.  Upon this theory, the answer avers that the deceased made, in his application, certain statements and representation and gave answers to certain questions propounded to him in the course of his medical examination, which is made part of the application, concerning facts “then unknown to the defendant, but necessary and material to the defendant's risk; and it further represents that 'said statements were false and untrue,' and that the truthfulness of same was 'necessary and material to the defendant's risk.'  Reiterated, the representations and statement alleged to untruthful are that he answered that he had never had any 'severe headaches, vertigo, fits, or any nervous or neuralgic trouble.'  Whereas he had an attack f trigeminal neuralgia in May 1893, for which he had been treated by a physician for the space of a week; an attack of vertigo or convulsions in October, 1893, for which he was similarly treated for a period of several days; and an attack of la grippe in November, 1893, for which he was similarly treated for a period of two weeks.  That these different attacks of illness were by the deceased concealed from the medical examiner, and consequently not made known to the defendant at the time it issued the policy.  And the further defense is predicated upon the fact that, when interrogated as to the name and residence of his physician, the deceased only gave the name of R. D. Randolph, whereas in truth and in fact he was attended by Dr. Smith Gordon, as well as by Dr. Randolph, during his attack in May 1983, and was examined and prescribed for by Dr. Rudolph Matus of New Orleans, in May, 1893, at the suggestion of Dr. Randolph, of Alexandria.  And in truth and fact was attended by Dr. Gordon in September and October, 1893.  It is not a point made in the answer that the death of the deceased resulted from an excepted cause in the risk of the defendant; but this testimony is pertinent to show the materiality of the information which was necessary that the defendant should have known in determining whether it would issue a policy, and in enabling the court to estimate the probable effect of the failure of the deceased to make known those fact to the defendant through the instrumentality of his medical examination.”  In our view, the points made in this case are quite similar, and are sustained by proof even stronger than the evidence in that case.  Upon careful examination of the facts, and a large number of authorities bearing upon question involved therein, our conclusions were stated be as follows:  “Applying the principles of law herein above related to the application of the insured, and to the policy of insurance issued by the company, there is in our minds no possible doubt that there was a breach of the warranty by the insured, on the faith of which the insurer undertook the risk.”  We are of the opinion that the Judge a quo decided the case correctly.  Judgment affired.


Maud Vinson

Maud Vinson                                     \TAM F.1870-1951
       See the chart for her family.
       Born: 21-MAY-1870 Bayou Sale, St-Mary Parish, LA
       Died: 01-JAN-1951 New Orleans, Louisiana
       Buried: Greenwood Cemetery, New Orleans, marked
Spouse1: Francois Hypolyte Petitpain  "Frank"        M.1868-1897
       Married: 03-APR-1893
       Born: 01-OCT-1868 Matamoras, Mexico
       Died: 02-DEC-1897
Spouse2: Harry Grant Crossen                         M.1868-1921
       Married: 20-MAR-1905 Corpus Christi, Nueces Co, Texas
       Born: 23-FEB-1868 Lee Township, Athens Co, Ohio
       Died: 01-JUL-1921 New Orleans, Louisiana
       Buried: Greenwood Cemetery, New Orleans, Louisiana, marked
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Vinson Marriages, Orleans Parish Louisiana
Submitted by Al Vinson December 2001
Source Index to Marriage License Applications,
Louisiana Division, Main Branch,
New Orleans Public Library

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The following Vinson's and Elders are some that I have found
in my search of my Family Tree. Some are mine and some are not.
Thought I would share will all. Hope it helps someone.


NAME OF INDIVIDUALS - DATE OF MARRIAGE - LOCATION OF MARRIAGE

Henry C. Elder 01-10-1881 Lillie M. Clark

Maud Vinson 04-03-1893 Frank H. Petitpain

W. L. Vinson 09-03-1894 Alice Keenan
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Find a Grave memorial:
Birth: unknown Death: Jan., 1951

Note: Age 80, Name on Plot Vinson-Crossen, Date of Burial 1/2/1951, Ref: Cemetery Records Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, New Orleans, Orleans Parish Louisiana, USA
Plot: 29 Evergreen Aloe Orange

Record added: May 07, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 89710409
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Samuel Garica Cuellar

A military engineer. He was born in San Fernando, Tamaulipas. He studied at the military college where he graduated as an engineer in 1899, refined in the United States. He was member of the Commission on the limits know Mexico and the United States in 1894 to 1985, having held various positions in the Secretariat of war and the head of the Presidential General staff in 1911.

He fought against Madero in Chihuahua, Casas Grandes and served the Government of Victoriano Huerta as Governor of the Federal District and Director of the Colegio Militar.

On the dissolution of the Federal Army after the Treaty of Teoloyucan was banished in New York, where he died.
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Findagrave.com Memorial# 154911826
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("A brief History of the Lower Rio Grande Valley"  Excerts from Chapter IX, pages 77 and 78)

On February 9, 1913, the students at the Chapultepec Military Academy, rushed through the streets of Mexico City, headed by Mondragon, an erstwhile professor i the Military School and a man of some note as a soldier.  They liberated Felix Diaz and Bernardo Reyes adn then attacked the National Palas in which Madero was housed.  Throught treachery, Madero was taken captive, Bernardo Reyes being killed in one of the melees.  On the ninteenth, Gen. Victoraiano Huerta, an old comrade of Gen. Porfirio Diaz, was proclaimed president of the Republic.  On the twenty-second, Madero and Pino Suarez, one of his cabinte officers, were assassinated while being taken, as alleged, to the penitentiary for safe-keeping.

Immediately the fire of revolt broke out, the reformers anticipating a return to the much hated system of spoils which the party called Cientificos had so successfully maintained during Diaz later days.

Gen. Venustiano Carranza, at one time the governor of the State of Chahuila, immediately called to arms all those who might believe in pure constitution and in the reforms as set out by Juarez.  His party assumed the name CONSTITUTIONALISTS.  Carranza went to Piedras Negras (Called Portfirio Diaz) whence he engineered his campaign.

On February 16, 1913, the Sunday forllowing the revolt against Madero in the City of Mexico, the garrison of regulars at H. Matamoros renounced its allegiance to Madero and the partisans of Diaz immediately assumed the reigns of government of that city, pronouncing for Gen. Felix Diaz.  At once, those who had been outspoken Maderistas were imprisoned.  Four of the prominent youths of the City were arrested and conducted as prisoners to Mexico City to eb tried for treason.  Gen. Samuel Garcia Cuella, a most distinguished gentleman, a native of Matamoros, interceded and having cautioned them to keep out of politics, there were releaed and allowed to return home......
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Samuel Garcia Cuellar (1896-1923)

Military engineer. He was born in San Fernando, Tamaulipas. He studied at the military school, where it was titled as engineer in 1899, in the United States. He was member of the Commission on the limits between Mexico and the United States in 1894 to 1985, having held various positions in the Secretariat of war and head of the presidential greater State in 1911.

He fought against Madero in Chihuahua, in large houses and served the Government of Victoriano Huerta as Governor of the Federal District and Director of the military college. Upon dissolution of the Federal Army after the Treaty of Teoloyucan was banished in New York, where he died.

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Name: Samuel Garcia Cuellar
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 24 Mar 1869
Christening Place: SAGRARIO METROPOLITANO, MONTERREY, NUEVO LEON, MEXICO
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Name Note:
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Father's Name: Felipe De Jesus Garcia
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Mother's Name: Narcisa Cuellar
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Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C60546-4
System Origin: Mexico-ODM
GS Film number: 605163
Reference ID:

Citing this Record:
"México bautismos, 1560-1950," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NLQD-JY1 : accessed 5 June 2016), Felipe De Jesus Garcia in entry for Samuel Garcia Cuellar, 24 Mar 1869; citing SAGRARIO METROPOLITANO, MONTERREY, NUEVO LEON, MEXICO, reference ; FHL microfilm 605,163.
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Name: Samuel Garcia Cuellar
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 24 Aug 1923
Event Place: Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
Address: St. Luke's Hospital
Residence Place: 560 West End Ave.
Gender: Male
Age: 56
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Occupation: Civil Engineer
Birth Date:
Birth Year (Estimated): 1867
Birthplace: Mexico
Burial Date: 25 Aug 1923
Burial Place:
Cemetery: Woodlawn Cem.
Father's Name: Felipe Garcia
Father's Titles and Terms:
Father's Birthplace: Mexico
Mother's Name: Narcisa Cuellar
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Mother's Birthplace: Mexico
Spouse's Name: Adelaide Cuellar
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Note:
Reference ID: cn 21601
GS Film Number: 2030957
Frame Number:

Citing this Record:
"New York, New York City Municipal Deaths, 1795-1949," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:2W1H-38K : accessed 5 June 2016), Felipe Garcia in entry for Samuel Garcia Cuellar, 24 Aug 1923; citing Death, Manhattan, New York, New York, United States, New York Municipal Archives, New York; FHL microfilm 2,030,957.


Adelaida Petitpain

"México, bautismos, 1560-1950," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NF43-KZV : accessed 09 Nov 2013), Adelaida Petitpain in entry for Adelaida Garcia Cuéllar, 14 Jul 1896.


Leonardo F. Bolado

Music Teacher - 1930 US Census Records, Brownsville, Texas
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Leonardo F Bolado-pettipain, "United States Border Crossings from Mexico to United States, 1903-1957"

Name: Leonardo F Bolado-pettipain  
 Arrival Date: 18 Feb 1949  
 Arrival Port: Brownsville  
 Age:  
 Birth Year (Estimated): 1910  
 Birth Date:  
 Birthplace: Saltillo Coa Mx  
 Birth Country:  
 Gender: Male  
 Race:  
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 Departure Contact Name: Mother Nalalio Pelilbain Vda De B  
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 Photograph Included: No  
 Affiliate Record Identifier: Txm1502_26-4538  
 Affiliate Publication Number: M1502  
 Affiliate Film Number: 26


Natalia Petitpain

Name: Maria Natalia Petitpain  
Gender: Female  
Baptism/Christening Date: 04 Nov 1874  
Baptism/Christening Place: Nuestra Senora del Refugio, Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico  
Birth Date: 23 Aug 1872  
Birthplace:  
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Name Note:  
Race:  
Father's Name: Luis N. Petitpain  
Father's Birthplace:  
Father's Age:  
Mother's Name: Angela Barrios  
Mother's Birthplace:  
Mother's Age:  
Paternal Grandfather's Name:  
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Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C00422-8  
System Origin: Mexico-ODM  
Source Film Number: 1511748  
Reference Number:


Natalia Arabell Petitpain Bolado

GIVEN_NAMES: Also shown as Arabela I

GIVEN_NAMES: Also shown as Arabela II
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Name: Ma. Natalia Arabell Petipain Bolado  
Gender: Female  
Baptism/Christening Date: 30 Nov 1903  
Baptism/Christening Place: Nuestra Senora del Refugio, Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico  
Birth Date:  
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Name Note:  
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Father's Name: D. Leonardo F. Bolado  
Father's Birthplace:  
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Mother's Name: Natalia Petitpain De Bolad  
Mother's Birthplace:  
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Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I04065-3  
System Origin: Mexico-EASy  
Source Film Number: 1511749  
Reference Number: p 254


Philip Maack Hart

Name: Philip Hart  
 Name Prefix:  
 Name Suffix:  
 Event Type: Death  
 Event Date: 1950  
 Event Place: Duval, Florida, United States  
 Gender: Male  
 Age:  
 Race: White  
 Birth Year (Estimated):  
 Affiliate File Name: FDI03-1950.txt  
 Affiliate Line Number: 11254  
 Affiliate CD Number: FDI03  
 Certificate Number: 667  
 Volume Number: 1390  
 Note:
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Name: Philip M Hart  
 Event Type: Draft Registration  
 Event Date: 1917-1918  
 Event Place: New York City no 153, New York, United States  
 Gender: Male  
 Birth Date: 20 Aug 1893  
 Birthplace: Millbrook, New York, United States  
 Nationality: United States  
 Affiliate Publication Title: World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards  
 Affiliate Publication Number: M1509  
 GS Film number: 1786814  
 Digital Folder Number: 005264772  
 Image Number: 00881  
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Marie Antoinette Mairon Petitpain *

name: Marion P Graton  
event: Death  
event date: 31 Jan 1988  
event place: Hamden, New Haven, Connecticut  
residence: New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut  
street address: 111 PARK ST  
gender: Female  
age: 92  
marital status: Widowed  
race: White  
hispanic origin:  
occupation: HOMEMAKER  
industry: OWN HOME  
education:  
birth date:  
birthplace:  
estimated birth year: 1896  
father's name: PETITPAIN  
spouse's name: LOUIS  
certificate number: 00753  

Citing this Record
"Connecticut, Death Index, 1949-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VZGK-MJK : accessed 07 Dec 2012), PETITPAIN in entry for Marion P Graton, 1988.
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given name: Marion A.
surname: Petitpain
last place of residence:
date of arrival: 28 Sep 1923
age at arrival: 28y
ethnicity: American
port of departure: Veracruz, Mexico
port of arrival: New York City, New York, New York
gender: Female
marital status: S
us citizen: X
ship of travel: Esperanza
Citing this Record
"New York, Passenger Arrival Lists (Ellis Island), 1892-1924," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JND8-FJF : accessed 13 Dec 2012), Marion A. Petitpain, 28 Sep 1923; citing Esperanza, United States National Archives, Washington, D.C.
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Given Name: Marion  
 Middle Name: P  
 Surname: Graton  
 Name Suffix:  
 Birth Date: 6 August 1895  
 Social Security Number: 266-18-4919  
 State: Florida  
 Last Place of Residence:  
 Previous Residence Postal Code:  
 Event Date: 31 January 1988  
 Age: 93
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Louis Caryl Graton

Given Name: Louis
Middle Name:
Surname: Graton Name
Suffix:
Birth Date: 10 June 1880
Social Security Number: 017-28-1723
State: Massachusetts
Last Place of Residence: New Haven, Connecticut
Previous Residence Postal Code: 06511
Event Date: July 1970
Age: 90
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Marie Antoinette Mairon Petitpain *

name: Marion P Graton  
event: Death  
event date: 31 Jan 1988  
event place: Hamden, New Haven, Connecticut  
residence: New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut  
street address: 111 PARK ST  
gender: Female  
age: 92  
marital status: Widowed  
race: White  
hispanic origin:  
occupation: HOMEMAKER  
industry: OWN HOME  
education:  
birth date:  
birthplace:  
estimated birth year: 1896  
father's name: PETITPAIN  
spouse's name: LOUIS  
certificate number: 00753  

Citing this Record
"Connecticut, Death Index, 1949-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VZGK-MJK : accessed 07 Dec 2012), PETITPAIN in entry for Marion P Graton, 1988.
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given name: Marion A.
surname: Petitpain
last place of residence:
date of arrival: 28 Sep 1923
age at arrival: 28y
ethnicity: American
port of departure: Veracruz, Mexico
port of arrival: New York City, New York, New York
gender: Female
marital status: S
us citizen: X
ship of travel: Esperanza
Citing this Record
"New York, Passenger Arrival Lists (Ellis Island), 1892-1924," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JND8-FJF : accessed 13 Dec 2012), Marion A. Petitpain, 28 Sep 1923; citing Esperanza, United States National Archives, Washington, D.C.
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Given Name: Marion  
 Middle Name: P  
 Surname: Graton  
 Name Suffix:  
 Birth Date: 6 August 1895  
 Social Security Number: 266-18-4919  
 State: Florida  
 Last Place of Residence:  
 Previous Residence Postal Code:  
 Event Date: 31 January 1988  
 Age: 93
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Adrien Cassard Petitpain

Name SS# Issue
State Birth Death Death
State Last Known Residence Last Payment Location AutoWrite
Letter
PETITPAIN, ADRIEN 060-22-5937 NY  30 Aug 1890  Jan 1965  FL
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Name: Adrien Petitpain
SSN: 060-22-5937
Last Residence: Florida
Born: 30 Aug 1890
Died: Jan 1965
State (Year)
SSN issued: New York (Before 1951)
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Name: A Petitpain
Titles and Terms (Original):
Also Known As: Adrien C Petitpain
2nd Also Known As Name: Adrien C Jr Petitpain
3rd Also Known As Name:
Residence Date: 01 Jun 2003
Residence Place: Floral Park, New York, United States
Birth Date: 03 Feb 1915
Phone Number: (516) 352-0983
Phone Number Recorded Date: 20 Oct 2006
Address: 20432  PO Box
Address Continued: Floral Park, New York 11002
Address Date: 01 Jun 2003
2nd Address: 164  Hillsboro Ave
2nd Address Continued: Floral Park, New York 11003
2nd Address Date: 01 Dec 1994-01 Jan 2001
3rd Address: 164  Hillsboro Ave
3rd Address Continued: Elmont, New York 11003
3rd Address Date: 01 Jul 1993-20 Oct 2006
4th Address:
4th Address Continued:
4th Address Date:
5th Address:
5th Address Continued:
5th Address Date:
6th Address:
6th Address Continued:
6th Address Date:
Possible Relatives: E H Petitpain, Jr Adrien C Petitpain, Jradrien C Petitpain, Julia Petit Pain, Julia V Petitpain
Record Number: 70746380

Citing this Record:
"United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KJYV-3TM : accessed 9 June 2016), A Petitpain, Residence, Floral Park, New York, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.


Ernestine H Petitpain

Name:     Ernestine H Petitpain
Veteran's Rank:     TEC 3  
Branch:           US Army  
Relation Name:     Adrien C Petitpain
Relationship:     Wife
Birth Date:     31 Jul 1913
Death Date:     24 Aug 1965
Interment Date:     30 Aug 1965
Cemetery:           Calverton National Cemetery  
Buried At:     Section F Site 181  
Cemetery URL:     http://www.cem.va.gov/nchp/calverton.htm
Relationship Notes:     Wife of Petitpain, Adrien C
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SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX INFORMATION - NOTE: Death Date Different
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First Name: Ernestine
Middle Name:
Last Name: Petitpain
Name Suffix:
Birth Date: 30 July 1913
Social Security Number: 061-07-8181
Place of Issuance: New York
Last Residence: Nassau, New York
Zip Code of Last Residence: 11003
Death Date: 7 May 1988
Estimated Age at Death: 75
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Alfred Douglass Vinson

Name: Alfred Vinson
Event Type: Census
Event Year: 1870
Event Place: Louisiana, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 34
Race: White
Race (Original): W
Birth Year (Estimated): 1835-1836
Birthplace: Tennessee
Page Number: 22
Household ID: 236
Line Number: 30
Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number: M593
GS Film number: 000552030
Digital Folder Number: 004269630
Image Number: 00472


Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Alfred Vinson M 34 Tennessee
Corine Vinson F 26 Tennessee
Walter Vinson M 5 Louisiana
Guy Vinson M 3 Louisiana
Martha Burks F 19 Louisiana

Citing this Record:
"United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M872-XG3 : accessed 16 Aug 2014), Alfred Vinson, Louisiana, United States; citing p. 22, family 236, NARA microfilm publication M593, FHL microfilm 000552030.
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Corinne Sproule Hamilton

Name:    Corinne Hamilton
Age:    74 yrs  
Death Date:    13 Jul 1915  
Color:    W  
Page:    1153  
Volume:    163


Douglas Frank Numa Petitpain Sr.

Name SS# Issue
State Birth Death Death
State Last Known Residence Last Payment Location AutoWrite
Letter
PETITPAIN, DOUGLAS 328-01-8725 IL  6 Jan 1894  Nov 1972  LA  New Orleans, Louisiana 70124

Name:    Douglas Petitpain
SSN:    328-01-8725  
Last Residence:    70124  New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America
Born:    6 Jan 1894
Died:    Nov 1972
State (Year) SSN issued:    Illinois (Before 1951 )


Amelia Waunita Edwards

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Name:  Waunita Petitpain
SSN: 434-58-3805
Last Residence: 70005  Metairie, Jefferson, Louisiana, United States of America
Born: 27 Aug 1894
Died: May 1979
State (Year) SSN issued: Louisiana (1957)
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Douglas Frank Numa Petitpain Jr.

Name: Douglas F Petitpain
Titles and Terms: Jr
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 14 Apr 1940
Event Place: Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Gender: Male
Age:
Marital Status:
Race (Original):
Birth Year (Estimated):
Father's Name: Douglas F Petitpain
Father's Titles and Terms:
Mother's Name: Waunita Edwards
Mother's Titles and Terms:
Spouse's Name: Gladys Marie Davis
Spouse's Titles and Terms:
Spouse's Gender: Female
Spouse's Age:
Spouse's Race (Original):
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated):
Spouse's Father's Name: Andrew J Davis
Spouse's Father's Titles and Terms:
Spouse's Mother's Name: Hattie Mae Howard
Spouse's Mother's Titles and Terms:
Reference ID:
GS Film Number: 002296692
Digital Folder Number: 004925270
Image Number: 00084

Citing this Record:
"Louisiana, Parish Marriages, 1837-1957," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QKJ8-N2DT : accessed 21 May 2016), Douglas F Petitpain and Gladys Marie Davis, 14 Apr 1940; citing Orleans, Louisiana, United States, various parish courthouses, Louisiana; FHL microfilm 2,296,692.
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Gladys Marie Davis

Mrs. John M. Gabriel — 4/10/2001
Funeral services for Mrs. John M. (Aileene) Gabriel, 85, will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 11, from the Immaculate Conception Cathedral.

Monsignor Vincent Sedita and the Rev. Mike Barras will officiate. Burial will be in Consolata Cemetery under the direction of Johnson Funeral Home.

Visitation is from 4 p.m. today in the funeral home, with a rosary at 7 p.m.

Mrs. Gabriel died at 12:30 a.m. Monday, April 9, 2001, in a local hospital.

A native of Donaldsonville, Ga., she was raised in New Orleans. She had lived in Lake Charles since 1937. She was a graduate of Eleanor McMain High School. She was the first secretary of the Women's Auxiliary of the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects. She converted to Catholicism in 1982. She was a member of the Altar Society. Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Pam Gabriel of Lake Charles and Dianne Gabriel of Baton Rouge; and two sisters, Vivian Warren and Mrs. Doug (Gladys) Petitpain.

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Social Security number 433-07-2791 was issued to GLADYS D PETITPAIN; who was born on 4 August 1917 and died on 2 February 2007. for GLADYS PETITPAIN.