Monthly Archives: August 2008

>Genealogy Networking in Louisiana

>From the LAORLEAN mailing list a group of listers are planning to attend the New Orleans Library on Loyola Avenue on September 27, 2008 at 10:00 AM. You can read the thread here: “And if anyone else on the list … Continue reading

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Genealogy Networking in Louisiana

From the LAORLEAN mailing list a group of listers are planning to attend the New Orleans Library on Loyola Avenue on September 27, 2008 at 10:00 AM. You can read the thread here: “And if anyone else on the list … Continue reading

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>Updated USCIS Genealogy URL

>See: Monday, May 19, 2008 Historical Immigration Law and a New Genealogy program at USCISGenie Angels has posted information about a new genealogy program at USCIS, United States citizenship and Immigration Services. Genealogy research has usually been conducted through a … Continue reading

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Updated USCIS Genealogy URL

See: Monday, May 19, 2008 Historical Immigration Law and a New Genealogy program at USCISGenie Angels has posted information about a new genealogy program at USCIS, United States citizenship and Immigration Services. Genealogy research has usually been conducted through a … Continue reading

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>The Louisiana Weekly – an article by Fr. Jerome LeDoux

> We did not quite approach the 1300-plus who attended Bishop Curtis Guillory’s family reunion in Mallet, Louisiana some years ago, but we represented well the maternal side of our roots, featuring Broussard, Belizaire, Narcisse, Petrie (Pitre), Prince, Louis, Hebert, … Continue reading

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The Louisiana Weekly – an article by Fr. Jerome LeDoux

We did not quite approach the 1300-plus who attended Bishop Curtis Guillory’s family reunion in Mallet, Louisiana some years ago, but we represented well the maternal side of our roots, featuring Broussard, Belizaire, Narcisse, Petrie (Pitre), Prince, Louis, Hebert, Reese, … Continue reading

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>Seminole War – Louisiana Participants

>From URL on August 17, 2008:http://floridafrontierguard.com/id18.html “Militia and Volunteer Units in the Seminole Wars” Louisiana:Aggregate: A total of 1,179 men from this state served in Florida between 1836-1838.Units:Colonel P.F. Smith’s Regiment of Louisiana Volunteers (Inf. & Rifle), 1836.Capt. H. Marks’ … Continue reading

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