Soon enough, she entered a common law marriage with Louis Christophe Dominick Duminy de Glapion. Seven children came from this marriage, but she is said to have had 15 children. Sadly, only two children lived past childhood, but only one survived into adulthood. The one that did survive ended up drown during a "wild ritual" in Lake Pongchartrain.
Marie Laveau ll, Maria Laveau's daughter, was known for her wild rituals in swamps around New Orleans and was said to have drowned in 1897 while crossing the flooded Lake Pontchartrain. The voodoo queen of New Orleans Was known to be knowledgeable and wise. She was the first commercial voodoo queen and she specialized in romance and finance. She was thought to be all-knowing and all-powerful.