Tenth Generation

670. Nicolas BORDELON I was likely born in late 1730 based on his age in the 1745 Pointe Coupée census as well as the fact that his parents were married in February 1730. (Note: There is some speculation that he was born in Natchez (Adams County), Mississippi, USA but this is unsubstantiated since the sacramental records of Natchez no longer exist.)1257 He appeared in the census in 1732 at Rue de Chartres in New Orleans (Orleans Parish), Louisiana, USA living with his widowed mother. He appeared in the census in 1745 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA living with his mother, Anne Francoise Roland, and step-father, Jean Stephan dit Roquancourt. He is listed as 15 years of age. He supposedly lived with his family on an extensive family near (what is today) Morganza, Louisiana. Nicolas sold four arpents of land to Antoine Goudeau in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA on 2 January 1769.1312 He died on 7 September 1769 (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA.3165 He was buried on 8 September 1769 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA.3165 Although the exact date on which the succession of Nicolas Bordelon was opened is unknown, his estate was in succession by late January 1771. On the 30th of that month, a family meeting and verbal proceedings were documented in the civil records of Pointe Coupée regarding the sale of the plantation and family of slaves belonging to the Widow Bordelon (Adrienne Rondot / Rondeau). She had agreed to this sale to retire debts owed to the LeDoux succession and the young Jean Pierre LeDoux had expressed his desire to purchase the estate from Rondot. On the same day, the sale of the Bordelon plantation was recorded (12 arpents wide fronting on the Mississippi) to Antoine Bordelon for J. P. LeDoux for the sum of 3010 livres. The slave family was also sold to Antoine Bordelon for LeDoux for the sum of 3500 livres. By 4 January 1778, the succession remained open and his widow (& others) wanted to name another curator because the family was moving to another district (Avoyelles? Opelousas?). Joseph Mayeux was named as curator because he was also moving to the same district. The following day, the habitation of the Widow Bordelon was sold at auction. The property, consisting of 4 arpents, 27 feet with a house, cabin, parc and enclosures, was sold to the highest bidder - Mr. Tounoir for 220 livres.1314,1315 Adrienne RONDOT (RONDEAU) and Nicolas BORDELON I251,842 were married on 2 June 1753 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA.1,1316

671. Adrienne RONDOT (RONDEAU) was born about 1733. This year of birth is based on a 25 January 1747 tutorship record found in the succession records of Marie Colon in which she stated that she had five children by that date. They were: Cecille 22, Marie Anne 17, Adrienne 14, Louise 12 and Anne 10. Adrienne purchased a 15 arpent plantation bounded by Methode and Trénonay from Marie Colon (her mother - the widow Sarrazin) for the sum of 2225 livres. on 21 June 1771 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA.1317 She on 10 May 1772 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA sought indemnity against "Godeaux" damage suffered while he occupied "the place" without paying for the property. The civil document stated that she had reclaimed the property and was about to sell it to LaMorandière but buildings had all been destroyed.1318 Adrienne appeared in the census in 1785 at Avoyelles Post in (Avoyelles Parish), Louisiana, USA. Adrienne Rondot (Rondeau) is likely the 'Widow Bordelon' who testified in a 1794 case against a negro who was working for 'Mr. Ducote' and was accused of stealing goods from Francois Heraud. In the trial of Phillip, the accused negro, the 'Widow Bordelon' was asked "what proof she had of a statement she had made to Mrs. Heraud relative to the theft which had taken place a month previous. She replied that Mrs. Heraud had come to the house of Mr. Mayeux where she, Mrs. Bordelon, was at the time sewing on a pair of trousers for a negro belonging to Pierre Ducote. She asked Mrs. Heraud if among the things stolen, there was any heavy material. She said she had made a pair of trousers for that very negro. The trousers were of the said material. She was asked if she knew anymore, and she said no. She was asked for her age. She said she was 64. The trial ended in favor of Heraud. Phillip was to be given 30 licks on the following morning, since it was late and they had no one to do it."1319 A land grant was given to Adrienne by the Spanish Government in Avoyelles Parish. The date of the grant is unknown although it likely was given in the late 1780's or 1790's. It was for 1200 arpents. The existence of this grant is mentioned on numerous Avoyelles land claims. She was buried on 2 January 1808 in Opelousas (St. Landry Parish), Louisiana, USA.2779

[Note: Adrienne's first marriage was to Étienne Patin on 2 May 1747 at Pointe Coupée. The couple had signed a marriage contract on 8 April 1747.]

Children were:


Anne BORDELON was born on 1 March 1754 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA.1321 She was baptized on 17 March 1754 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA.1321 She died in August 1832 at the age of 78 in Opelousas (St. Landry Parish), Louisiana, USA.


Perrine BORDELON was baptized on 7 December 1755 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA.1322



Adrienne BORDELON.



Marie Julie (Julienne) BORDELON.





Michel BORDELON was born on 22 October 1766 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA.1323 He was baptized on 9 November 1766 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA.1323 He was buried in November 1808 at St. Landry Catholic Cemetery in Opelousas (St. Landry Parish), Louisiana, USA.1324


Hypolite BORDELON was born on 30 January 1769 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA.1325 He was baptized on 19 February 1769 in (Pointe Coupée Parish), Louisiana, USA.1325