334. Joseph MAYEUX was born on 27 August 1750 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA.1184 He was baptized on 13 September 1750 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA.1184 On 21 October 1777 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, Jean Baptiste Lacour, curator for François, Joseph, and Baptiste Mayeux, filed a petition before the court regarding the settlement of the account of the Mayeux estate.3171 On 30 October 1777 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, François, Joseph, and Baptiste Mayeux affirmed that the account of the Mayeux estate rendered by Jean Baptiste Lacour was true.3172 On 30 October 1777 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, a settlement of the account of the Mayeux estate took place with the heirs, François, Joseph, and Baptiste Mayeux - all the age of majority.3173 Revolutionary War Military service: American Revolution - Pointe Coupee Militia in 1779. He appeared in the census in 1785 at Avoyelles Post in (Avoyelles Parish), Louisiana, USA. Living with him and his wife were 5 children and they had 10 arpents of land and did not own any slaves. On 22 September 1788, acting as a Sergeant in the Militia (on the command of Noel Soileau - Commandant of the Post of Avoyelles), he went to the "domicile of Sieur Antoine Tarabouchie Merchant in order to seize all of his liquor. I found there two barrels of Taffia, two deminjohns of Red Wine. I removed 42 bottles and everything else which I sezied in accordance with my orders ...". It appears that Joseph died on 9 January 1817. A succession record was located in Avoyelles Probate Book A (Page 247/248) which states that he died on that date. His estate was in succession by 28 March 1817. Adrienne BORDELON and Joseph MAYEUX842 were married on 8 December 1774 at Ascension of Our Lord Catholic Church in Donaldsonville (Ascension Parish), Louisiana, USA.1185 Record of a petition was found dated 28 Nov 1786 of Madame Joseph Mayeaux against her husband for separation of goods. It would appear that the couple separated but this has not been confirmed. It is possible that this was simply a legal declaration of the property of each so that Adrienne could legally protect her personal property. She requested that an inventory be taken of her property because she claimed that her husband had been doing business without her knowledge and had involved her property. She expressed fear that her children would be left penniless.
[Note: Joseph's 2nd marriage was to Constance Hébert on 13 November 1797 in Opelousas. According to the marriage record, her surname is listed as 'Milan'.]
335. Adrienne BORDELON was born about 1757 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA. She died on 28 March 1796 at the age of 39 in (Avoyelles Parish), Louisiana, USA.1186,1187 She had her estate in succession before 9 June 1796 in (Avoyelles Parish), Louisiana, USA. An inventory of her estate was made on 11 June 1796. The inventory contained a farm of 5 arpents, a house, a barn, a shed, a mill, an outdoor oven and a garden with a total value of $150. Her husband, Joseph Mayeux, was declared the tutor of the couple's minor children.1187