More historical obits

April 25, 1911 (Times-Picayune)

Baton Rouge – Albert Templet, aged 68, one of the most prominent old-time newspaper men and printers in this section, died at his home here this morning from the effects of a stroke of apoplexy sustained on Friday last. Mr. Templet was for many years a member of the Typographical Union. He had been retired from the business for several years and was on the pension roll of his organization.

Houma – J. Aurele Boudreaux, a former resident of Terrebonne Parish, died at Westwego yesterday morning. His remains were brought for burial yesterday afternoon. He is survived by the following children: Mrs. N.C. Elfer, Mrs. Alphonse Dupont, Mrs. B. M. Woods, Asher, Loman, Cuthbert, Lionel, Desmond, Izetta, Una and Grace Boudreaux.

Feb. 27, 1906 (Times-Picayune)

Baton Rouge – Mrs. Justice Charrotte Templet, widow of the late Silvania Templet, died this morning at her home in the city, after a short illness. She was born in West Baton Rouge Parish in 1821 and leaves three sons, Albert, Charles and Victor Templet, and one daughter. She was a sister of the late Major J. C. Charrotte.

Oct. 30, 1876 (Galveston Weekly News)

Oct. 19 – infant of Mrs. Templet, f., stillborn.

May 9 1897 (Times-Picayune)

Donaldsonville – Another gallant old warrior, who served the southland from 1861 to 1865 on the battle fields of Virginia, has gone to his final rest. Camille Templet Sr., aged 62 years, a native of Assumption Parish, a member of the Donaldsonville Artillery, commanded by the late Major Victor Maurin, serving throughout the Virginia campaign, departed this life at his residence in Assumption, at 2 o’clock a.m. yesterday and was buried from the Assumption Catholic Church.

Jan. 8 1919 (Times-Picayune)

Plaquemine – Albert A. Marionneaux, aged 75, died at his residence here yesterday and was buried from St. John’s Catholic Church. He leaves a widow and the following children: Albert J., Philo, Mrs. James Kleinpeter, Mrs. Edgar Templet, Mrs. James Landry, Mrs. Thompson Seymour and Mrs. Richard Morrison.

May 2, 1913 (Times-Picayune)

Napoleonville – Mrs. Ulgere Marquette, nee Camilia Templet, aged 52 years, a resident of this town, died yesterday after a prolonged illness. Funeral service was held at St. Anne’s Catholic Church and burial took place in Plattenville.

March 25, 1907 (Times-Picayune)

Napoleonville – The funeral of Mrs. Nellie Lalande Templet, wife of Gus Templet, prominent planter, who died last night, took place today at Assumption Church, Plattenville. Mrs. Templet was 28 years old. She was the daughter of the late Colonel Anatole Lalande, prominent sugar planter, and a sister-in-law of Rep. John Marks.

Feb. 17, 1914 (Times-Picayune)

On Monday, Feb. 10, 1914, at 11:30 a.m., Mrs. J. Templet (died). The funeral will take place this Tuesday at 3 p.m. from the residence of her mother, Mrs. M. Gluck, 607 Robert St.

Jan. 9, 1912 (Times-Picayune)

On Monday, Jan. 8, 1912, at 5 p.m., Bridget McNamara, beloved widow of Thos. J. Fitzgerald, a native of the county of Tipperary, Ireland, and a resident of the city of New Orleans for the past 61 years. The relatives, friends and acquaintances of the family, also her sons, Thos. J. Lawrence, A. and John J. Fitzgerald, are respectively invited to attend the funeral, which will take place from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph D. Templet, 1824 Annunciation St., on Wednesday. Interment in St. Patrick Cemetery No. 1.

Oct. 15, 1910 (Times-Picayune)

Napoleonville – Rodolph Templet died at his home near Plattenville yesterday, at the age of 85. Funeral services and interment took place today in Plattenville. Mr. Templet was a sugar boiler on the Georgia Plantation of Blanchard Brothers. He leaves a wife and several children.

March 8, 1908 (Times-Picayune)

Napoleonville – John Templet, aged 38 years, died at his home near here last night. He was a brother of Camille Templet, manager of Cleveland Plantation, and of Mrs. Ulger Marquette.

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