Nicholas Anthony Albares Sr.

Might have been a
Moss Picker in the Swamp

Great Grandfather

07 Dec 1883 - 16 May 1961
Born in Assumption Parish, Louisiana
other fact
Died in New Orleans, Louisiana

Nicholas was born December 7th 1883 to Celestin Albares and Delores Martinez

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Family Born Died
Spouse 1
Angele Cabellero April 7th 1875 about 1911
Children
Nicholas Anthony Albares, Jr. August 5th 1908 in Assumption Parish, Louisiana. February 1st 1959
Spouse 2
Clair Faustine Plaisance July 14th 1901 in Donaldsonville, Ascension Parish, Louisiana. May 23rd 1974
Children

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Nicholas

Married Angele Caballero, widow of Anatole Acosta, October 10th 1907 in Brule Maurin, Assumption Parish, Louisiana. The couple had one child, Nicholas Anthony Albares, Jr. (grandfather) Nicholas and his family resided in Assumption Parish until World War 2.

A Puzzle

The census of 1910 that list this family is in error. I believe that it is mostly a communication problem, but Anatole Acosta listed as head of the household had died before Oct 1907 when Angele married Nicholas.

1910 U.S. Census

Police Jury Ward 1, Assumption Parish, Louisiana
May 12th 1910

1910 Census

Name: Anatole Acoste
Event Type: Census Event Date: 1910
Event Place: Police Jury Ward 1, Assumption, Louisiana, United States
District: ED 1 Sheet Letter: B Sheet Number: 3 Sheet Number and Letter: 3B Household ID: 73
Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) Affiliate Publication Number: T624 Affiliate Film Number: 508 GS Film Number: 1374521 Digital Folder Number: 004971621 Image Number: 00011

Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
Anatole Acoste Head M 42 France
Angele Acoste Wife F 39 Louisiana
Angeline Acoste Daughter F 19 Louisiana
Earnestine Acoste Daughter F 16 Louisiana
Emily Acoste Daughter F 14 Louisiana
Earnest Acoste Son M 12 Louisiana
Elvine Acoste Daughter F 10 Louisiana
Nichollas Acoste Son M 1 Louisiana

Citation:
"United States Census, 1880," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MD6X-PXK : 7 September 2017), Angele Cabellero in household of Celestin Cabellero, 1st Ward, Assumption, Louisiana, United States; citing enumeration district ED 97, sheet 189A, NARA microfilm publication T9 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), roll 0447; FHL microfilm 1,254,447.

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Angele Caballero died after May 12th in 1910 (the date of the census above) or in 1911 according to The Marriage License for Nicholas and Clair Plaisance

Nicholas and Clair

Married Feburary 1st 1918 in Assumption Parish, Louisiana.

The Draft Registration for World War 1, dated: September 12th 1918, shows Nicholas living in Belle Rose, Assumption Parish, Louisiana. He listed his occupation as a Field Laborer. The family stayed in the same area until World War 2. The Draft Registration for World War 2, Shows 3 different addresses. #1 Belle Alliance, Assumption Parish, Louisiana, #2 Donaldsonville, Ascension Parish, Louisiana and #3 2535 Lapayrouse St., New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.

1918 Draft

1942 Draft

Nicholas and family lived in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana until his death on May 16th 1961.
Nicholas is interned in Saint Vincent De Paul Cemetery #3, New Orleans, Louisiana.

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