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R5.155
Bill of Sale, New Orleans Notarial Archives, Pierre Pedesclaux, v 69 act 421
Dated: November 10, 1814
Purchase price: $1,200.00 (includes mom and Deterville)
Vendor: Marigny D’Autrive; Vendee: Sosthene & Zenon Roman
Lists Pognon as Deterville’s mother; Pognon** was described as a “griffe” 
R8.057
Bill of Sale, St. James Clerk of Court, Conveyance record v 11 act 256
Vendor: Sosthene & Zenon Roman; Vendee: Jacques Telesphore [Thélesphore] Roman
Purchase price: $1,200.00
Dated: August 7, 1829
Lists Deterville as a mulatto
R5.016
Jacques Telesphore [Thélesphore] Roman and Celina Pilie’s Marriage Contract, New Orleans Notarial Archives, Felix Grima, v 2 act 185
Value: $1,200.00
Lists Deterville as a mulatto
R8.198
Jacques Telesphore [Thélesphore] Roman Succession, St. James Clerk of Court, Probat 0683
Value: $1,200.00
Lists Deterville as a mulatto
R5.239
Jacques Telesphore [Thélesphore] Roman Succession Settlement, New Orleans Notarial Archives, Felix Grima, v 46 act 173
Lists Deterville as a mulatto
R5.073
Transfer of Rights, New Orleans Notarial Archives, Felix Grima, v 45 act 107
Lists Deterville as a “domestic”
R5.074
Transfer of Rights, New Orleans Notarial Archives, Felix Grima, v45 act 107
Lists Deterville as a “domestic”
R8.097
Sale, St. James Clerk of Court, Conveyance record, Volume 36, Act 1
Lists Deterville as a “domestic” 
R17.006.11
Account transactions for Widow J.T. Roman with Roman & Kernion, Tulane University, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, LaRC 179 Roman Family Papers
Reads, “Passage of Henri, Deterville, and Raphael” (dated: January 25, 1849)
Reads, “Your order to Deterville” (dated: February 16, 1849; February 28, 1849; March 23, 1849; April 11, 1849; April 20, 1849)
R17.006.12
Account transactions for Widow J.T. Roman with Roman & Kernion, Tulane University, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, LaRC 179 Roman Family Papers
Reads, “Your order to Deterville” (dated: May 13, 1850; May 24, 1850)
R17.006.13
Account transactions for Widow J.T. Roman with Roman and Kernion, Tulane University, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, LaRC 179 Roman Family Papers
Reads, “Paid order to Deterville” (dated: January 9, 1853; April 1, 1853; February 9, 1853; May 11, 1853)
R17.006.15
Account transactions for Widow J.T. Roman with Roman and Kernion, Tulane University, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, LaRC 179 Roman Family Papers
Reads, “Paid her order to Deterville” (dated: January 16, 1854; January 24, 1854; February 18, 1854; March 6, 1854; May 26, 1854)
R17.006.44
Letter from Marie Bouligny Villere to Thérèse Bouligny Roman, Tulane University, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, LaRC 179 Roman Family Papers
Not dated
Marie mentions that Aimee received Thérèse’s letter “via Deterville”. Marie responds that she’ll send only one hogshead with him for Aimee as it’s all she can provide on the short notice.
R17.006.44
Letter from Marie Bouligny Villere to Thérèse Bouligny Roman, Tulane University, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, LaRC 179 Roman Family Papers
Not dated
Marie mentioned that Deterville was very busy and “with Christmas approching, we can’t find anyone to help him.” “Deterville doesn’t think he’ll be ale to sell the chickens in two or three days busy as he is.”
R17.006.23
Letter from Celina Pilie Roman to her son Henri Roman, Tulane University, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, LaRC 179 Roman Family Papers
Dated: January 7, 1863
Celina stated that all of Deterville’s children have left her control. She expresses her desire to “sell them all.”
R17.006.26
Letter from Edmond Villere to Henry Roman, Tulane University, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, LaRC 179 Roman Family Papers*
Dated: Monday, December 25, 1865
“Ed” wrote that he has a cold and would keep Deterville with him until Wednesday because “he” has a cold [not sure who has the cold]. He also insinuated that Deterville runs errands. 
R17.006.26
Letter from Marie Bouligny Villere to Thérèse Bouligny Roman, Tulane University, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, LaRC 179 Roman Family Papers
Dated: Monday, December 25, 1865
Marie mentioned that Deterville planned to leave “tonight” but Marie disagreed because he was sick. “De will come with you but he is not sure that he can stay, his son is the big objection.”
 
* Denotes estimated date based on available records. 
**Pognon was never owned by Jacques [Thélesphore] Roman.
 

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