|Anatole Joseph Bourgoye and wife Edine Marie Bueche|
Anatole Joseph Bourgoyne, the son of Henry Joseph Bourgoyne and Genevieve Lillie Smith, was born 19 March 1913 in West Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana. He is listed in the household with his parents on the 1920 census of West Baton Rouge Parish. The 1930 census shows that Anatole, then about age 17, remained in the household with his parents, then residents of Iberville Parish, and Anatole was employed as a delivery boy for the post office.
Anatole married Edine Marie Bueche on 24 February 1938 in Plaquemine, Iberville Parish, Louisiana. Edine was born 06 November 1909 in Iberville Parish, the daughter of Winfield Bueche and Toland Olano. The 1940 census of West Baton Rouge Parish shows that Anatole and Edine resided in the Cut Off district. Two of Anatole's siblings- Norris, age 17, and Ruth, age 11, resided with them. Anatole was then employed as laborer on the W.P.A. Road Project.
|Edine Marie Bueche Bourgoyne|
The Baton Rouge, Louisiana City Directory of 1943 shows that Anatole J. "Bourgoune" was a welder, employed with Delta Tank Manufacturing Company, and he and Edine lived on Route 1 in Plaquemine. In 1952, the directory shows that Anatole J Bourgoyne was employed as a boiler maker with Kaiser Aluminum in Plaquemine.
Anatole Joseph Bourgoyne died 22 December 1970 in Plaquemine, Iberville Parish, Louisiana. His wife, Edine, died 03 February 1978 in Plaquemine.