Lawrence Blanchard

M, #1135, (c 1816 - )

Last Edited=28 Mar 2009

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OriginFrench
Lawrence Blanchard was born about 1816 in France.1 He married Marguerite Duplain.

Lawrence Blanchard was also known as Lorenzo Blancherd. Lawrence Blanchard was also known as Lawrence Blanchat. He and Louis Jeanin-Gaume appeared as neighbors on the census of 1860 in Black Creek, Holmes County, Ohio.2 In June of 1863 he arrested as a ringleader in the Holmes County Rebellion, an anti-draft uprising during the Civil War, and charged with treason for the armed assault on US enrollement officer. He was found guilty sentenced to hard labor. He later received a Presidential pardon.3

Census

1860Black Creek, Holmes County, OhioLawrence Blanchard and Marguerite Duplain appeared on the census of 1860 in Black Creek, Holmes County, Ohio, - listed in the same household: Augustina Blanchard, Joseph Blanchet, Louis Blanchat, George Blanchat, Paul Blanchat, Catherine Blanchat, James Blanchard, Hector Blanchard, Frances Blanchard and Marie Blanchard.2
1870Richland Twnshp, Holmes County, OhioHe and Marguerite Blanchat appeared on the census of 1870 in Richland Twnshp, Holmes County, Ohio, - listed in the same household: Augustina Blanchard, Louis Blanchat, George Blanchat, Paul Blanchat and Catherine Blanchat.
1880Napoleon, Holmes County, OhioHe and Marguerite Blanchat appeared on the census of 1880 in Napoleon, Holmes County, Ohio, - listed in the same household: George Blanchat, Paul Blanchat and Joseph Blanchard.4

Children of Lawrence Blanchard and Marguerite Duplain

Citations

  1. [S32] 1870 United States Census, Holmes Co., Ohio (Washington: National Archives And Records Administration) ,.
  2. [S191] 1860 United States Census, Richland Twnshp, Holmes Co., Ohio (Washington: National Archives And Records Administration) ,.
  3. [S373] Patrick J. Drouhard, It Don't Look Right For The Times (Ohio: Patrick J. Drouhard, 2005).
  4. [S193] 1880 United States Census, Holmes Co., Ohio (Washington: National Records and Archives Administration) ,.
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