06 January 2016

Dapremont On Johnson's Island

Louisiana, Confederate Pensions, 1898-1950...:

Widow's Application For Pension
8 May 1906
State of Louisiana
Parish of Orleans
Mrs. Alexander Dapremont
Entered Service: 27 October 1862
1st Lieutenant, Co. C [And/Or E], 30th LA Volunteers, CSA
Served honorably until taken by the Federals
...until the surrender...at Johnson's Island....
She married soldier 27 February 1867 at New Orleans
Under the name Miss Louisa Kearney
Soldier Buried: Greenwood Cemetery
Supported by two sons paying board

Dapremont was taken prisoner at the Battle of Franklin.

New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Alex Dapremont Self M 48 Louisiana, United States
Wm Dapremont Son M 11 Louisiana, United States
Thos Dapremont Son M 8 Louisiana, United States
Louise Dapremont Daughter F 4 Louisiana, United States
Heinriette Dapremont Daughter F 1 Louisiana, United States
Cecelia Dapremont Niece F 33 Louisiana, United States
Louise Dapremont Wife  F 30 Louisiana, United States

1870 living next door to Thomas and Margarette Kearney.

Louisa Dapremont died 6-9-1942 and is also buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

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