|Birth: ||Oct. 28, 1793|
|Death: ||Jan. 3, 1878|
Augustine married Pierre Cherbonnier (21 Mar 1781 - 5 Apr 1866).
Pierre served as a Private under Gen. Andrew Jackson during the Battle of New Orleans during the War of 1812.
On 5 Mar 1813, Pierre Cherbonnier and Theodule Montreuil purchased a plantation in New Orleans from Marguerite Desillet, the widow of Vincent Chevalier de Morant.
Pierre was an Alderman for the 4th Ward on the City Council of New Orleans between 1815-1820.
At some point, Pierre was an accountant for the Grand Terre Island headquarters of the pirate, Jean Lafitte. The island was in the Barataria Bay, 50 miles south of New Orleans. Barataria Bay became known as Jean Lafitte's kingdom.
"L'Ami des Lois" (Friend of the Laws) was published in New Orleans from 1809-1820. In the first week of Apr 1820, the paper was transferred to A. DuBourg and P. Cherbonnier, who changed it to a tri-weekly in July 1820. On 25 Nov 1820, this firm of publishers announced that they had sold the paper.
As the editor of "L'Ami des Lois", Pierre Cherbonnier became entangled in the Lallemand controversies which resulted in him being sent to jail. Pierre then decided that he wanted to be become an educator.
1822 DIRECTORY FOR NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA:
Cherbonnier, Pierre, broker, Moreau bel. Peace
Foucher, Modeste, widow, 24 Orleans
1824 DIRECTORY FOR NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA:
Cherbonnier, Pierre, teacher, 25 Moreau
In 1829, Pierre wrote "Alphabet ou Method Simple & Facile."
In 1830, Pierre and Augustine moved to Belair, Harford County, Maryland, where they lived until 1838.
In the 1840 U.S. Census, Pierre and Augustine were living in the 7th Ward of Baltimore City, Maryland.
On 22 Oct 1840, Edward Laralde, son of Modeste Foucher, married Armance (Blache) Laralde at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Baltimore, Maryland. The witnesses to their marriage were Peter Cherbonnier and Mrs. V. Cherbonnier.
CATALOGUE OF 3,800 NAMED AND DATED AMERICAN SILHOUETTE PORTRAITS BY AUGUST EDOUART (1789-1861):
Cherbonnier, Mons. Pierre (Baltimore, 21 Nov 1840)
Cherbonnier, Mme. (Baltimore, 21 Nov 1840)
Cherbonnier, Victor (Baltimore, 21 Nov 1840)
Cherbonnier, Mlle. Corine (Baltimore, 21 Nov 1840)
Cherbonnier, Alida (Baltimore, 21 Nov 1840)
1842 BALTIMORE CITY, MARYLAND, DIRECTORY:
Cherbonnier, Peter, professor of French language, Lexington st
1847-48 BALTIMORE CITY, MARYLAND DIRECTORY:
Cherbonnier, Peter, dw 294 w Pratt st
1849-50 AND 1851 BALTIMORE CITY, MARYLAND, DIRECTORIES:
Cherbonnier, Peter, French professor, 271 Lombard Street.
1853-54 BALTIMORE CITY, MARYLAND DIRECTORY:
Cherbonnier, Peter, 9 Franklin Square Carey st
In the 1850 U.S. Census, Pierre and Augustine were living in Baltimore City, Maryland, and he was a "teacher." I can't find Pierre in the 1860 U.S. Census.
An obituary for Pierre's son-in-law, Hon. James Lawrence Bartol, says that Pierre was the President of St. John's College in Maryland.
In the 1870 U.S. Census, the widowed Augustine was living with her daughter, Corinne, in the 7th Ward of Baltimore City, Maryland.
Pierre Cherbonnier (1781 - 1866)
Corine Mary Cherbonnier Bartol (____ - 1882)*
Pierre Ovide Cherbonnier (1817 - 1883)*
Alida Margaret Cherbonnier Sprague (1824 - 1864)*
Andrew Victor Cherbonnier (1826 - 1919)*
Green Mount Cemetery
Created by: myta
Record added: Oct 11, 2012
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