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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Indiana State Library - Indianapolis||[f] ISLG 929.2 L347L (Text)||00000106614589||Genealogy Folio||In process||-|
- Physical Description: 1 extra large folder
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Collected material related to the Laselle family consisting of: 1. Hyacinth Lasselle - commission to Joseph Warner, 6th division quartermaster. 1825; 2. Return of 1st brigade commanded by Brigadier-General John Myers. 1825; 3. Return of 1st Brigade commanded by General Myers. 1826; 4. Return of 1st Brigade Indiana Militia commanded by General John Myers. 1828; 5. Return of 1st Brigade, Indiana Militia, commanded by Brigadier General John Myers. 1829; 6. Return of 1st Brigade, 6th Division, Indiana Militia, commanded by Brigadier General Calhoun; 7. Return of 11th Brigade commanded by Henry French. 1827; 8. Return of 11th Brigade, 6th Division, Indiana Militia commanded by Henry French. 1826; 9. Return of 16th Brigade, Indiana Militia commanded by Col. Thomas Smith. 1826; 10. Return of 25th Regiment, Indiana Militia, commanded by Col. Henry French; 11. Muster roll of mounted riflemen, Indiana Territory, commanded by Hyacinth Lasselle. 1815; 12. Will of Hyacinth Lasselle. 1842.
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The Laselle family were French Americans who lived in Fort Wayne, Logansport, Vincennes, Terre Haute, Cass County, Knox County, and Vigo County, Indiana. Hyacinth Lasselle, Sr. (1777-1843) was a trader, a lieuteant (and later a general) in the Indiana Militia, and a slaveowner. He was the husband of Julia Bosseron Laselle (1787-1840), and the father of Hyacinth Jr. (1806-1876), Antoine (1808-1809), Jacques (1817-1851), Charles (1819-1908), Stanislaus (1811-1853), Lucien (1822-1824), Julia (1823-?), Melanie (1813-?), Marie (1824-1855), and Caroline (1830-?).
Collected material in English.
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