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Land grant 1760
Land grant 1760
Land grant 1860 for service in the Louisiana Militia War of 1812 signed by President James Bucanan
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Page 10 in pension files. This is Nathan Blackwell's application for bounty land filed December 6, 1855 in Franklinton, Louisiana.
1813 private land claim, 670 acres.
1813 private land claim, 670 acres.
Nathan Blackwell's 670 acres of land in 1813
Nathan Blackwell's 670 acres of land in 1813
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Nathan Blackwell war of 1812
Nathan Blackwell war of 1812
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Blackwell Cemetery 1800
Blackwell Cemetery 1800
1940 census Slidell, LA
1940 census Slidell, LA
Lester J. Nunez in household, age 20
Nathan Blackwell
Nathan Blackwell
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Full Name:
Nathan Blackwell 1
Birth:
1795 1
Tn 1
Male 1
Residence:
Place: Washington Parish, LA 2
From: 1810 1
To: until his death in 1870 2
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Birth:
Father: William Blackwell 1
Marriage:
Mary Picafield 1
1812 1
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Occupation:
Farmer 1
Race or Ethnicity:
White 1
Claiborne Blackwell:
Birth: 1816 1
Claiborne Blackwell:
Death: 1874 1
Land:
Land Bounty: 31 Dec 1969 1
Military:
13th regiment La militia: enlisted Dec 22 1814 3
military:
Andrew Jackson: Dec16 1814 martial law is declared 1
Virgil Blackwell:
Birth: 1902 1
W.C. Blackwell:
Death: 1941 1
W.C. Blackwell:
Birth: 1854 1

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Nathan enlisted at the Navy yard in Madisonville, LA. He served under Gov. William. C.C Claiborne, Col. Warner and Capt. Bickham in the 13th regiment, LA Militia, in the war of 1812. Nathan served on a foward position on picket guard. It was the LA militia's job to make sure the British did not sneek in to New Orleans through Gentilly. The British decided to drag their canons and equipment through miles of swamp, giving Andrew Jackson time to make a defensive position in Chalmette. He was honorably discharged in March 1815.

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