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Highland Cemetery (EBR31)

Baton Rouge

Pictures by Martin Gauthier

PIERRE JOSEPH DE FAVROT
 
1749 - 1824

French Creole soldier 42 years in service of
France and Spain in Louisiana.  On Galvez
expedition, 1779.  Commandant of Spanish
fort at Baton Rouge, 1779 - 1781, later at
Mobile, Natchez, and Plaquemines.  Member
of early Louisiana legislature, 1814.  Planter
of West Baton Rouge.

PIERRE
JOSEPH
DE FAVROT
 

T. P. FAVROT
LOUISIANA
1 LIEUT.
24 INF.  WAR OF 1812
FEBRUARY 11, 1822

HENRY BOUVIER FAVROT
1799 - 1881

Private, 8th Regt, Meriam's Co., War of 1812.  Capt.,
11 th Regt., La. Militia, 1836.  Organizer of company
of free black volunteers for Confederate States Army.
Operator of first regularly established ferry service at
Baton Rouge, beginning 1836.

 

JOHN STEPHEN HUGUET, M.D.
C. S. A.
MEMBER LA. LEGISLATURE
1825 1891

"Huguel, J., Pvt. Co. 2, 3rd Regt. European Brig. (Garde Francaise) La. Mil. Appears on Roll not dated."

Above from Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers by Andrew B. Booth


 

JOHN STEPHEN HUGUET, M.D.
1827 - 1891

Son of Baton Rouge's Spanish hardware merchant,
Juan Huguet, he was educated at Jefferson College.
Became doctor of medicine.  Through his wife, Mary
Elvira Kleinpeter, he became part owner if Hard
Times Plantation and a planter of the highlands.  He
served in elite French Guard, C. S. A.
 

JOHN RANDOLPH
WAR OF 1812
1777 1837



       

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