Alexandre Lanclos

#133, b. about 1778, d. 11 Dec 1851
Last Edited:1 Nov 2017
FatherAntoine Lanclos Sr. b. 10 Aug 1745, d. about 27 Nov 1811
MotherMagdeleine Molinot b. 5 Dec 1749

Children of Alexandre Lanclos and Marie Louise Hargroder

Child of Alexandre Lanclos and Anne Melanie Landry

Research Notes:


     There is a little confusion between the brothers Alexandre Lanclos and Jean Alexandre Lanclos. Need to do some more research to check on these two siblings to make sure they are not actually just one person, and that their information hasn't been mixed up. I have some undocumented references from other individual researchers that indicate Jean Alexandre is the one married to Louise Hargroder. However I have left my data to show Alexandre-not-Jean married Louise Hargroder, until I have better evidence to the contrary. If anyone else has additional documentation on these brothers, I would appreciate a shout!

Outline of Life Events:

EventDescription
BirthAlexandre Lanclos was born about 1778 at St. Landry Parish, LA.1
Marriage LicenseHe and Marie Louise Hargroder obtained a marriage license in Nov 1803 at Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA.2
MarriageAlexandre Lanclos married first Marie Louise Hargroder, daughter of Henry Hargroder Sr. and Marie (Marguerite) Prudhomme, on 15 Nov 1803 at Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA. Honore Delachaise was a witness.3
Death, WidowHe was left a widower when his wife, Marie Louise, died on 7 Jan 1831 at St. Landry Parish, LA.3
MarriageAlexandre Lanclos married second Anne Melanie Landry, daughter of Alexandre Landry and Marie Modeste Hebert, on 19 Sep 1831 at St. Gabriel Catholic Church at St. Gabriel, Iberville Parish, LA. Witnesses were Mathurin Landry, R. Hebert, and Albert LeFort.4
DeathAlexandre Lanclos died on 11 Dec 1851 in Grand Coteau, St. Landry Parish, LA.3

Citations:

  1. [S19] Rev. Donald J Hebert. Southwest Louisiana Records, 1750-1909. Eunice, La.: Hebert Publications, 1974-.
  2. [S20] Janet B Jehn. Acadian Descendants. Covington, KY: s.n., ca 1972.
  3. [S135] Rev. Donald J Hebert. Southwest Louisiana Records, 1750-1900, CD-ROM. Rayne, La.: Hebert Publications.
  4. [S18] Diocese of Baton Rouge, Catholic Church Records 1707-1900. BRDA : Baton Rouge, LA, 1978-2007.