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John Angus "Rice King" MacDonell

John Angus "Rice King" MacDonell

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MacDonell, John Angus "Rice King" (b.1855) & Frances "Aunt Frank" MacDonald owned and operated the MacDonell Plantation

Farm/ Residence photo of the MacDonell Plantation in Lake Arthur, LA, was taken in the 1940's, and came from the MacDonell/ Clark Collection by Ann Fraser/Jan Worthy. John Angus "Rice King" MacDonell & Frances "Aunt Frank" MacDonald MacDonell owned and operated the MacDonell Plantation which was built in 1855 by John Revlon, a wealthy Creole from New Orleans, LA. (See source notes for John Angus "Rice King" MacDonell.) The MacDonell Plantation was famous for production of rice, cotton, citrus fruit, and live stock. It was the site of many MacDonell family reunions. Also, the John Sayles' movie "Passion Fish" was filmed on site in 1992.


Owner/SourceAnn Fraser/Jan Worthy
Date1940's
PlaceLake Arthur, LA
Linked toFrances "Aunt Frank" MacDonald; Delta MacDonell; Emerson Francis MacDonell; John Angus "Rice King" MacDonell; Marshall E. MacDonell
AlbumsClark/ Lovell/ MacDonell Album, * Special Events Album, * Farm & Ranch Album, * Buildings & Residences Album, * Automobile Album

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