I sent for copies from the microfilm collection at Louisiana Division/City Archives & Special Collections, New Orleans Public Library.
Below is an excerpt:(from theEisenhart/Eisenhardt "succession" and "inventory" documents, 34 pages and six pages respectively)
"Louisiana Parish of New Orleans
The Honorable J. Pilot [sp.?] Judge of the Court for the City & Parish of New Orleans.
The petition of Daniel Eisenhart, of said City and Parish, respectfully shows:
That the wife of your petitioner, to wit, Catherine Wolf, with whom your petitioner was married in N.Orleans about the year 1821--departed this life at N.Orleans 27th Octr. 1829--leaving three children[named elsewhere in the document--John, Catherine & Frederick], under age, all now alive--..."
John Wolf, maternal uncle, was named "under tutor" [assume means guardian].
I also have an intriguing 1833 letter sent from New Orleans to Catherine Eisenhart in Pittsburgh (in German).
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