The Historic Site & Exhibits will be open daily from 8:30am-5pm.
Please note that we stop selling tickets at 4pm and expect a higher volume of visitors so we recommend you purchase your admissions in advance. Please pay close attention to the details as you make your reservation and on your confirmation regarding arriving 30 minutes prior to the selected time. Late arrivals are not guaranteed access to the "Big House" exhibit if that is the ticket you purchase. We look forward to your visit.


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Date of birth: 
1846* (estimated)
Date of death: 
1848* (estimated)
Baptism Date and Sponsors: 
April 4, 1847; Sponsors: Louis and godmother name illegible
Place of Origin: 
Oak Alley (Creole)
Gender and Designation: 
Male (Mulatto)
Mother: Emelia (Mulatto); Siblings: Pauline, Nancy, Adam, and Jean Louis
  • Slave baptism records, Archdiocese of Baton Rouge
    • St. James Catholic Church, St. James Parish, Louisiana
    • Item no 6; Page no. 60; Entry no. 13
    • Lists Emelia as Victor's mother;
  • R8.198
    • Jacques Telesphore Roman Succession, St. James Clerk of Court, Probate 0683
    • Lists Pauline and Nancy as the children of Emilia; Estimated that Victor, Pauline, and Nancy are siblings
  • Slave Baptism Records, Archdiocese of Baton Rouge, 
    • St. James Catholic Church, St. James Parish
    • Item No. 7; Page No. 156; Entry No. 92
    • Lists Emilia as Adam's mother; Estimated that Victor and Adam are siblings
  • R5.239
    • Jacques Telesphore Roman Succession Settlement, New Orleans Notarial Archives, Felix Grima, v 46 act 173
    • Lists Jean Louis as the child of Emelia; Estimated that Victor and Jean Louis are siblings


* Denotes estimated date based on available records. 




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