PIERRE JUZAN was the Spanish commissary to the indians at Mobile ( Ala.). He was born in 1736 to PIERRE JUZAN, Aide-Major of Mobile who was killed by the Chicaksaws at Ackia on May 26, 1736, and his mother was MARIE THERESE TRUDEAU, who died in March 1736, (perhaps during or after childbirth). He lived at Mobile in 1764, married CATHERINE PARANT, then PELAGIE LORRENS.
He was the father of:
1 CHARLES JUZAN- a white resident among the Choctaws, described in 1804 as "an Indian countryman". His wife, of Choctaw descent, and he was the father of PIERRE, WILLIAM, and JACKSON JUZAN. His son, PIERRE was born in 1807, attended the Choctaw Academy in Kentucky . He later was a ocnductor for removing tribesmen ans served as chief of Pushmataha District in Indian Territory from 1838 until his death in Hugo ( Ok.) Indian Territory in 1841