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Walter Boudreaux Sr.

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16. Walter Joseph3 Boudreaux Sr. (John2, Ulysse1) reference 5 was born in Pierre Part, Assumption Parish, Louisiana, USA June 2, 1907. Walter died October 29, 1982 in Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA, at 75 years of age. His body was interred October 30, 1982 in Pierre Part, Assumption Parish, Louisiana, USA.

He married twice. He married Aurelia Marie Falcon in Smoke Bend, Louisiana, January 18, 1928. Aurelia was born in Donaldsonville, Ascension, Louisiana. June 22, 1909. Aurelia was the daughter of Adam Joseph Falcon and Leoncia Marie Savoy. Aurelia died August 4, 1951 in Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA, at 42 years of age. Her body was interred August 5, 1951 in Donaldsonville, Ascension, Louisiana.. Aurelia was a religious woman and everyone that knew her seemed to have much respect for her. Once when she was a young girl, she almost drown in Bayou Lafouche but was saved by a man named Sam Rodrigue. Walter and Aurelia liked to dance and were good dancers. She died of cancer.

He married Judith Hebert 1952. Judith was born in Pierre Part, Assumption Parish, Louisiana, USA July 30, 1913. Judith died December 13, 1994 in Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA, at 81 years of age. Her body was interred December 15, 1994 in Pierre Part, Assumption Parish, Louisiana, USA. Judy was born on a houseboat. She grew up on this houseboat around Grassey Lake which is near Lake Verrett. They picked moss and fished for a living. Judy had a stroke in 1984 leaving her left side paralyzed and she could not talk. Walter worked 33 years for Exxon. He worked on the river for several years before going to the Baton Rouge Refinery. He went as far north as Cairo, Ill. and south to the Gulf of Mexico. He retired as a pipefitter. He first started working early in life and unfortunately had to support his Mother, brothers, and sister so he couldn't go to school. There were times when he worked from sunrise to sunset for 25 cents a day. Walter and Aurelia liked to dance and were good dancers. Playing cards and gambling in general was something he liked to do. Other than that I think the only other thing he liked to do was work. Walter died following bypass surgery. The autopsy did not say why he died.

Walter Joseph Boudreaux Sr. and Aurelia Marie Falcon had the following family:

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child + 74 i. Nelson Joseph4 Boudreaux (still alive).

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child + 75 ii. Adam Joseph Boudreaux (still alive).

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child + 76 iii. Walter Joseph Boudreaux Jr. (still alive).

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