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François' parents, Anne Françoise Rolland and Nicholas Sarazin, were among the first French settlers to arrive in Louisiana, which then encompassed much of the Mississippi Valley.
Both parents were frequently mentioned in early colonial French reports.
OF LOUISIANA'S MANY TREASURES, NONE IS MORE INTERESTING than the collection, dating from about 1714, of official letters, documents, and court records of the French Superior Council and those of its successor, the Spanish Cabildo, which reside today in the archives of the Louisiana State Museum in New Orleans.
Of these, few are perhaps more intriguing than a certain letter from one François Sarazin, cadet soldat and interpreter at Arkansas Post in the mid-eighteenth century.
The preplacement investigation must have been completed within 24 months of the placement of the child.
In every adoption proceeding, after a child has been placed in the home, a postplacement investigation must be conducted as soon as possible after notice of the placement but within 45 days after the placement.
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In that same year, the capital of Louisiana was moved to New Orleans, and most of the settlers at Mobile moved there also. Consequently I will not be going down this year, because the voyageurs [French independent traders] who are beholden to me have not returned, they have been gone to trap game in the Arkansa[s] since this autumn, to make your pots [of bear oil] that I owe you, which I was unable to make this year.I beg you to excuse me for not having sent them to you, but I hope you will be pleased when I do come down.In the investigation, an investigator must observe the adopted child and interview the petitioner in their home to verify all allegations of the petition.The report shall include sufficient facts for the court to determine whether there has been compliance with consent or relinquishment provisions and all of the information enumerated above that was not obtained in the preplacement investigation.