Thomas Frith Bienvenu and his wife, Emile>>Louisana, before & after 1920's
Is there anyone who are searching for this couple or their ancestors? I have a number of large documents on heavy "cardboard"-like paper. There are 4 unframed documents and 2 framed documents. I think the ones that are framed are not on heavy paper.
The unframed documents include Thomas's completion of Grammer School in New Orleans (1924); his completion of the Gulf Coast Military Academy (1928) at Gulfport, Mississippi (College Preparatory); and his Second Lieutenant, Field Altiliery promotion (1933)State of Louisana. They also include Emile's appointment as a member of tthe LA state board of charities and corrections (1933) and her appointment as Colonel, aide-de-camp by the state of LA (1936).
The 2 framed documents are Thomas's diploma for his completion of courses to become a Certified Public Accountant in the state of Louisana (1937) and his certificate of membership in the Society of Louisana Certified Public Accountants (1938).
If you are interested in any or all of the above, please let me know here.
I am no kin. Came across these at an estate sale. I hope to link them with interested family members. I know nothing more about these people except the town from which the documents came to be sold.Sue