Joseph Castille1

M, #6199, b. circa 1725
     Joseph Castille was born circa 1725 at Ponte Mahon, Spain.1 He married Ozite Landry circa 1745.1 He appeared on the census of 1763 at Upper Marlboro, Prince George's County, Maryland.2

Children of Joseph Castille and Ozite Landry

Citations

  1. [S9] SWLR - St. Martin de Tours Catholic Church, RICHARD, Delphine (Joseph - "del cabo frances" [perhaps at this time referring to the St. Domingue French refugees who entered Cuba See also: "The Road to Louisiana" by Brasseux and Conrad - p.viii; Gabriel Debien, dean of the French Antilles, historian, investigates the temporary relocation of the St-Domingue refugees in Cuba (1783-1815)] & Marie Magdeleine CASTILLE - of Iberville Parish on the Mississippi) b. 6 Feb. 1800, bt. 29 June 1800 Pats: Claude RICHARD & Rosalie THIBAUDAU - of Acadia; Mats: Joseph CASTILLE - of Ponte Mahon in Spain & Ozite LANDRY - of Acadia; Spons: Godefroy BOUTTE & Adelaide BABIN. Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.: v.5, #278).
  2. [S2] SWLR - St. Landry Catholic Church, CASTILLE, Francois (dec. Manuel - native of Atakapas & Felicite SCHETELI [STELLY] - of this parish) b. Aug. 1804, bt. Oct. or Nov. 1804 by Rev. Louis BUHOT. Pats: Joseph CASTILLE, native of Port Mahon [See Gregory WOODS "A Guide to the Acadians in Maryland," p.104-105, Gateway Press, 1995. The author lists the Castille family in Upper Marlboro in the Maryland 1763 Census] & Osite LANDRY - from Acadia; Mats: Francois SCHETELI [STELLY] from the [Mississippi] River & Marie Therese BARTELOT [BERTHELOT] "des Alibamons" [the Alibamas]; Spons: Francois SCHETELY [STELLY] & Therese BERTELOT, his wife - maternal grandparents of the child; Witnesses signing: Jean Baptiste CASTILLO, child's paternal uncle & Francois ROBIN fils [Jr.], Captain of the militia and child's maternal uncle. The said child was brought to church during October or November 1804. Mr. Louis BUHOT, then pastor of this parish, solemnly baptized the child. This act was recorded on 21 June 1815 by Rev. Michel Bernard BARRIERE, priest serving this parish of St. Landry "ex officio." Rev. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (Opel. Ch.: v.1-B, p.348).