“I’ll take this “un!” exclaims John Honeycutt, pioneer hunter and trapper and Union Parish’s first settler, as he chooses a wife from one of the Feazel girls, in this artist’s conception.
According to records, Honeycutt, who came to this territory about 1790, was granted a tract of land in the Point community of what is now Union Parish. Learning from Indians camped near the mouth of Bayou Corney of a family of settlers nearby, he traveled about 15 miles and came to the cabin of Feazel, who had several daughters of marrying age. Needing a wife, Honeycutt asked for the hand of one in marriage. Feazel obligingly lined them, Honeycutt made his selection, and Feazel drew up the marriage contract.
Cover design and art work in this book by Corrie S. and Amos Lee Armstrong.