Yes Mellisa. This is my my grandfather. My daughter and I went to the old catholic cemetary a few months ago. We looked at markers, but I have a bad back and could not stay long. The cemetary was vandalized about ten years ago. He is buried there but not sure were at.His father was Michel Deville, born in 1738, Purrysburg,S.C. at Port Royal June 7th. He married Marguerete Kastzenbergen from Elber's, Germany; at St.Louis Cathredral in New Orleans,La. in April 23 1768. The same year Michel Deville and wife settled and moved to Post de Rapides in Pineville, La. At this time he obtained a Spanish Land Grant for over 300 acres by the Red River. He had the largest tobacco plantation in Louisiana, with two-two-story plantation-homes and numerous cabins,etc.The place is now called Bulow Lake. They just erected a Deville historical marker on this spot this past year. He was also in the malitia at the time of Post de Rapides. His son John T. Deville my grandfather. Hope this helps you in your quest! I may have a few more tidbits I can share at a later time.