This is work in progress. I have started with Santa Fe.
Beach, Morand (1822 – ?)
Boudorf/Bondorf , Henry (1823 – ?)
Braillard, Charles (1812 – ?)
Confectioner. Charles Braillard was in the same dwelling as Louis Dorrance in Santa Fe in 1850, next to the Mercure brothers who were about the same age (according to the 150 census). Paul Bavasser (probably Bavasseur), a dyer is also listed in the Dorrance dwelling. In 1850 in the Dorrance dwelling, next to the store of the Mercure brothers there were also Charles Braillard, a confectioner from France, and Paul Bavasser (probably Bavasseur), a dyer.
Bavasseur (Bavasser), Paul (1818- ?)
Cousandier, Eugène (1812 – ?)
Devoux, Jean (1812 – ?)
Magnett (or Magnette), Eugène (1821 – ?)
Moulin, Charles (1820 – ?)
Baker. In the same dwelling were Rosa (age 30) , Julio (age 10/12) and Monico (age 6).
Piron/Peron, Adolphe (1821 – ?)
Rievan, Cheaupill (1822 – ?)
Samson, Isidore (1827 – ?)
Thieffer, Joseph (1818 – ?)
Tournier, Jean B. (1790 – ?)
Turquiet, Louis (1800 – ?)
Weber, Frank (1827 – ?)
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