This is yet another outrageous lie by you. On the same 1860 St. Landry Parish, LA census page there are several families listed below Pierre Grasset Latour. They are clearly marked Black with a "B" and Mulatto with an "M". The check mark is by several families both Black, Mulatto and White. It is meaningless.
As any knowledgable LaTour family researcher knows, the line of Pierre Grasset LaTour was from France and was White. This is yet another desperate attempt by Harrison to tie his Ozeme LaTour line with that of Pierre Grasset LaTour.
Harrison harassed Richard Zeutenhorst for years asking him to put his Black LaTour line on Richard's LaTour Family website and now because I have proven you wrong, you will probably try and harass me for ten years! Richard Zeutenhorst told you it was not a matter of race but rather a matter of your not proving your LaTour family link to the Pierre Grasset LaTour line which caused him to believe this is not your LaTour family. That is why he did not post your data on his website and never will.
I am now telling not asking you to leave me alone. I am not interested in anything you have to say nor in arguing with someone of your mental incapacity. Do not post anymore comments to my postings. You obviously just want to argue with people and do not recognize that you are wrong in your theory on your Ozeme LaTour line. As Richard Heath said on the Guillory forum, you just want to fabricate your family ancestry. It fools no one! Go ahead because no one really cares and are very bored by your comments. Sigh...yawn...sigh...yawn....
1860 United States Federal Census Name: Grasset Labour Age in 1860: 61 Birth Year: abt 1799 Birthplace: France Home in 1860: Opelousas, St Landry, Louisiana Gender: Male Post Office: Grand Coteau Household Members: Name Age Grasset Labour 61 Homere A Labour 27 Emelie Labour 21
1870 United States Federal Census Name: Homer Latour Estimated Birth Year: abt 1833 Age in 1870: 37 Birthplace: Louisiana Home in 1870: Opelousas, St Landry, Louisiana Family and neighbors: View Results Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: View Image Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Opelousas, St Landry, Louisiana; Roll: M593_530; Page: 45; Image: 90.