Pierre Hebert m. 21 April 1859 Azema Reed (Opel. Ct. Hse.: Mar. #1872) Source: Southwest Louisiana Records (SWLR) by Rev. Donald J. Hebert, V.6, p. 297 (parents' names were not listed in the civil marriage).
It is entirely possible they had a religious ceremony at the church where their son, Pierre, was baptized. As a rule, parents names are listed by the pastor who performs the religious ceremony.
Pierre Hebert (Pierre & Azema Reed) b. 14 Feb. 1860, bt. St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, Grand Coteau, LA
I found one Pierre Hebert, b. 5 March 1836, bt. St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, Grand Coteau, LA. He was the s/o Charles and Emelie Hiase (aka Hays or Hayes)SWLR, V. 3, p. 330
I did not find a birth record for Azema Reed.
The church in Mamou, LA were my parents married was destroyed by fire in 1936. I obtained a copy of their marriage record from The Evangeline Parish Court House in Ville Platte, LA .75 per page. The priest from St. Ann's had recorded their marriage at St. Anns in Mamou on the back of their marriage license.
GC Ch.: St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, Grand Coteau, LA 70541. Church records are not expensive.
You may also write:
St.Landry Parish Court House, Ct. & Landry Sts., Opelousas, LA 70570 1-337-942-5606. The clerk who answers the telephone may give you the information you are looking for. If not, ask for fees.
Rosie Morein Wells
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