“Hook and Ladder Cemetery, Gretna — records as of June 25, 1890”

“Prepared by: Rita Curry-Pittman October 30, 2004”

This record is the first one found listing owners or
occupants of plots in this cemetery.
The location of the original record book is unknown.
Date of death known to the transcriber were added as
well as possible corrections to the spellings.

“Jefferson Parish Conveyance Book S, page 709 to 712
as copied from Latter Day Saints microfilm 05052813934975.”
State of Louisiana -vs- The Gretna Hook and Ladder Co.
160909

“Judicial District Court, Parish of Jefferson:”
Judgement:

The law and evidence being considered and the same
being in favor of the Plaintiffs and against the defendant
” It is ordered adjudged and Decreed that the charter
granted to the Gretna Hook and Ladder Company of Date
December 4th, 1850″
certified by Chas. Gayans Dec 5/50 be and is fortified
and set aside as wiell void and without effect. And
It is further ordered adjudged and decreed that John
Hepting Esq. be and is hereby appointed and constituted
the liquidator of its affairs upon his furnishing a bond
“in the sum of Five Thousand dollars in favor of the
Governor of the State of Louisiana, conditioned for the
faithful performance of his ” duties as such liquidator.

Thus such liquidation be and is required and authorized
to sell and dispose in the manner required for judicial and
Sheriff’s sales of all the rights and titles of the Defunct
Corporation in and to the property described in titles hereto
annezed and marked XXX No. 1 and “XXX No. 2 that out of the
proceeds of such sale, he pay all costs and expenses herein
incurred and to be incurred, that the net ” proceeds of sales
thus realized be paid over to the Individuals named in
documents marked A. B. and #4 Constituting the individuals
“now composing the defunct corporation, seperately and
collectively and that he make due returns to the Court
of his doings and ” actions in the premises the said Liquidators
fees to be taxed as costs and are fixed at 2 1/2 per cent
on gross receipts of sale.

Judgment rendered read and signed in Open Court parish of Jefferson
” June 25th, 1890 (sig) Emile Rost, Judge”
Parish of Jefferson June 26th 1890 at 10 am.

List of Parties who have purchased lots in the Hook and Ladder Cemetery
Lot Sq. No. (D. O. D.) Possible spelling
“Leber, Fredel” 4 1
“Dauenhauer, Michel” 5 1 2/27/1859
“Joachum, Peter” 8 1 Joachim
“Bishoff, Nicholas” 2 2
“Sutter, Joseph” — 3
“Reist, Ulrich” 6 1
“Eisemann, George” 9 1 Isemann
“Hausknecht, Christian” — 3
“Lague, Nicholas” — 1
“Hublitz, Karl” 13 1
“O’Donnell, M.” — 2
“Michel, Andrew” 15 1
“Ehret, Casimir” — 1 11/3/1884
“Benny, Adolph” — 1
“Kleinmann, Andrew” — 1
“Trauth, Ignatz” 5 2
“Linden, John” — 4
“Hepting, Adam” — 4
“Abel, Peter” 4 2
“Dudel, Bonavonduro” — 2
“Miller, Jacob” — 1
“Pfeiffer, Alois” — 1
“Lusson, Gilliam” — 3
“Berger, Ignatz” 9×9 2
“Strehle, Claudius” 9 x 9 2
“Arnold, Mrs. Louisa” — 2
“Walter, Jacob” — 2
“Neibel, Jacob” 14 2 6/17/1894
“Mitchler, George” — 4
“Strohmann, William” — 4
“Weist, Caspar” — 2
“Matias, Christin(a)” — 1 unclear if male or female
“Gaud, Barbara” — 1
“Sprauer, Joseph” — 1
“Fruhling, Peter” — 2 Frolich?
“Zinsel, John” — 4
“Seifermann, Maria” — 2
“Geiger, John” — 3
“Huber, Mathias” — 1
“Pfiermann, Peter” — 2
“Metz, Joseph” — 1
“Dixon, Roger” — 2
“Fried, William” — 3
“Marzlof, Nicholas” — 4
“Sayer, Mrs.” — 2
“Abadie, Mrs.” — 2
“Fancout, Mrs. Emalia” — 2
“Dinkel, Jacob” — 2 alive in 1880
“Westermann, John” — 3
“Kennedy, Dennis” — 4
“Robert, Ernst” — 4
“Hart, Henry” 5 3
“Klein, Martin ” 8 & 9 4 Klein & Harter lots 8 & 9.
“Harter, Anton” 8 & 9 4
“Gross, Charles” — 2
“Erlinger, Anthony” — 3
“Sallinger, Anna” — 3
St. Joseph Society 12 x 9 4
“Weigel, Jacob” — 3
“Drinkhaus, Elizabeth” — 3
“Fortmier, Theodore” — 2 Fortmeyer
“Fried, Tobias” — 3
“Dudle, Jacob” — 4
“Hild, William” — 4
“Dauenhauer, Elizabeth” — 2 6/22/1875 “Elizabeth Kass Dauenhauer,
Mrs. Bernard Dauenhauer”

“Schmidt, John George” — 4
“Morgan, Franz” — 4 given name not clear
“Diener, Michel” — 4
“Dell, Victor” — 1
“Bennett, Sylvester” — 4
“Langridge, William” — 1
“Parker, Henry” — 4
“Kunderf, John” — 4 Kerndorf ?
“Strehly, Frederich” — 4 Strehle
“Spies, Louis” — 4
“Gelbke, Louis” — 1
“Viering, Henry” — 4
“Hester, Charles” — 4
“Rostrup, Andrew” 1 2 surname not clear
“Briendel, Mary &
Cundegruida ?” — 2 unclear
“Carty, Lorina” — 4
“Silker, Henry” — 1
“Fried, John” — 3
“Lague, Michel” 8 1
“Neibauer, Charles” — 1
“Deoding, Charles” — 3 surname unclear
“Stabler, John” — 2
“McCuny, Wm.” — —
“Ehret or Eliot,
Margaret” — 3 Margaret Ehret d. 3/19/1878
“Seeny, Wm. (1884) ” — 4 1884 as found in the document
“Rau, Charles” — 4
“Brown, Elizabeth” — 2
“Kohler, Joseph” 5 x 9 3
“Burbacher, Catherine” — 1
“Zeiffle, John” — 3
“Fisher, Joseph” — 2
“Heil, Peter” — 2
“Glasser, Dorothea” 10 8
“Weigel, Jacob” 2 5
“Reinhard,
Mrs. Charles” — 4
“Sans, Michal” — 2
“Mahler, W. H.” — 4
“Fisher, Fred” — 8
Cardelhae 11 5 not clear at all
“Johnson, William” — 3
“Stiles, Hylas” — 4
“Worley, Andrew” — 8
“Silver, Joseph” 4 5
“Ott, Joseph” — 2
“Gugel, Mr.” 10 5
“Pflug, George” 8 5
“Hepting, John” 3 5
“Albert, Mary ” 9 5
“Wagner, George” — 4
“Duran, Mr.” — 4

“Parish of Jefferson June 26, 1890 at 10 am. ”
” Wm L. Langridge, Clerk”

Document A. B. #4 forming part of the aforesaid Judgement.
See folio 719 the Bank (bond?)

” Jno. R. Langridge, Deputy Clerk”