BOURQUE, Ulger, St. James then St. Martin Parish, Louisiana
Submitted by Mike Miller

ULGER BOURQUE, ST. MARTINVILLE.--The subject of this sketch was born in St.
James parish, Louisiana, in 1827.  He received a fair education and began life
as a planter.  He now owns three hundred acres of fine sugar land in  St.
Martin parish, and is one of St. Martin's prosperous planters.  In 1848 he
married Miss Aglas Pettavin, a native of St. James parish, Louisiana.  This
union has been blessed with seven children, all of whom are residents of this
parish.  Mr. Bourque and family are Catholics.

Southwest Louisiana Biographical and Historical, Biographical Section, p. 314.
Edited by William Henry Perrin.  Published in 1891, by The Gulf Publishing


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