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Louisiana Confederate Pension Applications Index Database Confederate Pension Records Louisiana in the Civil War Message Board Civil War Message Board Portal Official Records of the Civil War Harpers Weekly 1861-1865 Soldiers & Sailors Database - National Park Service Open Library Louisiana Division Sons of Confederate Veterans LA Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy Camp Moore Confederate Cemetery and Museum Confederate Memorial Hall-New Orleans Friends of Fort De Russy more.... Shinn Memorial Library ________________________________________________ Manuscript Resources On the War Between the States in Louisiana (Acknowledgement page 148) A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U |V| W | X | Y | Z Acknowledgement Israel L.
Leeds; Margaret Henshaw also married, although the name of her husband is not known. Introductory Materials: 0325 Introductory Materials.
Of the other children, Mary Eliza married Edmund Mcllhenny and Sarah Marsh married Paul B. Material regarding postbellum salt mining on the Avery plantations may be found in the Chouteau Collection among the holdings of the Missouri Historical Society which is proposed for inclusion in UPA’s microfilm series of Western history collections.
Dudley served as president of the Police Jury of Iberia Parish, state senator, and delegate to the Democratic National Convention. Dudley married Mary Louise Richardson while John remained a bachelor. Biographical information was adapted from a sketch written in 1951 by Joseph S. Omissions A list of from the Avery Family Papers is provided on reel 11, frame 1107, and consists of Subseries 1.8-1.9, Correspondence, 1866-1916, and Series 3, Pamphlets and Clippings, 1856-1879. A related collection among the holdings of the Southern Historical Collection is the Eliza Ann (Marsh) Robertson Papers, which is also included in this edition. Correspondence and Financial, Legal, and Miscellaneous Material, 1796-1951 and undated: Subseries 1.1: 1796- 1816 0345 Description of Subseries 1.1 1 frame.
In 1862 he discovered the rock salt that lies under the island and heavily mined it for the Confederacy. After the war, both Dudley and John Marsh Avery became active in Louisiana politics. Omitted Materials will be included in a subsequent UPA series, Records of Southern Plantations from 1866 to 1920.
Daniel Dudley Avery and Sarah Marsh had six children: Mary Eliza (b. Avery’s son John deferred going into the army to attempt to produce salt for the Confederacy at Petite Anse.