Monthly Archives: November 2007

>Sponsors needed to place wreaths at National Cemeteries in Louisiana

>The Advertiser in Lafayette, LA posted an article today about the US CIVIL AIR PATROL placing wreathes across the country on veterans graves. There are three National Cemeteries in Louisiana: Baton Rouge National Cemetery, Port Hudson National Cemetery, Zachary, and … Continue reading

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Sponsors needed to place wreaths at National Cemeteries in Louisiana

The Advertiser in Lafayette, LA posted an article today about the US CIVIL AIR PATROL placing wreathes across the country on veterans graves. There are three National Cemeteries in Louisiana: Baton Rouge National Cemetery, Port Hudson National Cemetery, Zachary, and … Continue reading

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>North Africa American Cemetery

>I found a remarkable story yesterday about a man who was KIA in WWII. His Spring Hill, Florida family has been searching for his grave and finally found the location in the North Africa American Cemetery. The article posted a … Continue reading

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North Africa American Cemetery

I found a remarkable story yesterday about a man who was KIA in WWII. His Spring Hill, Florida family has been searching for his grave and finally found the location in the North Africa American Cemetery. The article posted a … Continue reading

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>Rayne, Opelousas, Louisiana, and The Homesick Cajun

> GIF From: Acadia Parish Page Locale The Genealogue posted an interesting story yesterday on Rayne, Louisiana‘s St. Joseph Catholic Church cemetery. I wonder how many more cemeteries in Louisiana point North-South instead of traditionally East? You’ll have to read … Continue reading

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Rayne, Opelousas, Louisiana, and The Homesick Cajun

GIF From: Acadia Parish Page Locale The Genealogue posted an interesting story yesterday on Rayne, Louisiana‘s St. Joseph Catholic Church cemetery. I wonder how many more cemeteries in Louisiana point North-South instead of traditionally East? You’ll have to read the … Continue reading

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Rayne, Opelousas, Louisiana, and The Homesick Cajun

GIF From: Acadia Parish Page Locale The Genealogue posted an interesting story yesterday on Rayne, Louisiana‘s St. Joseph Catholic Church cemetery. I wonder how many more cemeteries in Louisiana point North-South instead of traditionally East? You’ll have to read the … Continue reading

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