Henriette JALLIOT LAMOTHE
USA

Henriette JALLIOT LAMOTHE

JALLIOT RAFAEL PENNE
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Basile JAILLIAUX
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Mélite JAILLIAUX née RAFAEL
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Laurentin JALLIOT
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Marie JALLIOT née PENNE
Henriette JALLIOT
alias Fortunée TORRIGANE
o ca. 6 septembre 1833 USA, New Orleans, Louisiana
+ ca. 11 novembre 1908 USA, New Orleans, Louisiana
(frères/soeurs:- Pierre JALLIOT- Marie-Thérèse JALLIOT- Joseph JALLIOT- Marie-Joséphine JALLIOT- Marie-Louise JALLIOT- Marie-Marguerite JALLIOT)
a& Jean Martin LAMOTHE

DESCENDANCE


Avec Martin LAMOTHE
1 ) Marie-Eugénie LAMOTTE (13 mai 1856-30 mai 1858)
2 ) Laura MORALES née LAMOTTE (17 août 1858-24 novembre 1904)
3 ) Alice LECESNE née LAMOTTE (8 novembre 1860-10 juillet 1904)
4 ) Florestine LAMOTTE (15 février 1862-)
5 ) Louisa LAMOTTE (4 octobre 1862-)
6 ) Edward Joseph Martin LAMOTHE (7 août 1865-ca. avril 1938)
7 ) Etna GUILLEMET née LAMOTTE (29 novembre 1869-18 janvier 1914)

 

 

Principale source : JPM

Source externe

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There is some doubt whether Martin Lamothe was married to Henriette Jailliot or to Fortunée Torrigane. It may well be that they are one and the same person but that does not seem likely to me. It may also mean that he was married to neither, and that both women were his common law wives at the same or at different times. There is an added complication in that I have found a listing for a Mrs. Martin Lamotte (spelled that way) in Soards New Orleans City Directory for both 1890 and 1891. Martin Lamothe is listed in the same directories as living at 381 Bourbon Street. She was a midwife, residing in both years at 273 North Liberty Street. It may well be that Henriette Lamothe was a midwife or trained nurse, but the only Lamothe I could find who was a trained nurse was Mrs. Octavie Lamothe, a widow residing at 822 Elysian Fields Avenue in 1900. (U.S. Census 1900, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, 2nd Precinct, 7th Ward, SD1 ED63 Sheet 14B, described as a landlady) In 1920, by a strange coincidence, she was living next door to Amède Colas at 1314 St. Bernard Avenue. (U.S. Census 1920, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, 4th Precinct, 7th Ward, SD1 ED114 Sheet 6B, as Octavie Lamott, occupation trained nurse)

Henriette Lamothe is listed in the 1860 Census as a free coloured person, living as a boarder with Sophia Rayner, a mulatto aged 60, along with a number of other young people, both white and mulatto. Although purportedly married to Martin Lamothe, she was not living with him at the time of the census (1st June 1860). The Genealogy.com message board listed above says that Martin Lamothe was married to Fortunée Torrigane and they had a daughter named Alice born circa 1860. In 1900, Henriette Lamothe, a widow, was living with her daughter Laura Morales (born August 1859), also a widow, at 2026 Burgundy Street, near where it crosses Frenchmen Street, only about 7 blocks from the Monette-Péché home at 1443 Frenchmen Street. The records for any Jailliot or Torrigane (or their variant surnames) in New Orleans are extremely sparse.  I could not find any marriage records for Lamothe-Jailliot or Lamothe-Torrigane.

in : Jelly Roll Morton, An Essay in Genealogy, by Peter Hanley