Joseph Philippe Roi de Villere (1727-1769)

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LaTour Genealogical Collection 04:50, 27 August 2008 (UTC)

Joseph Philippe Roi de Villere
Sex: Male
Birth: Abt. 1727
Death: 1769
Father: Etienne Roi de Villere
Spouse/Partner: Louise Marguerite de Lachaise

'Joseph Philippe Roy de Villere (vii-ray), soldier, born 1727 in France, died in Louisiana in 1769. He was an officer in a French regiment that was stationed in Canada, his father, Etienne Roi de Villere, having come to Louisiana with Iberville's first expedition. Afterward he was naval secretary of Louisiana, under Louis XV (The Well-Beloved) de Bourbon, King of France. In 1769 he headed an insurrection against the Spanish authorities, and was arrested, and killed.


Name Birth Death

Angelica (Slave) Villere Abt. 1767

Jacques Philippe de Villeré (1761-1830) April 28, 1761
German Coast, Louisiana
March 7, 1830
Conseil Plantation - St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana

Louise Roi Villere September 22, 1764

Marguerite Roi Villere Abt. 1765


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