Monthly Archives: April 2009

>Hoey, Hebert, Brecheen, Taylor Academy Cemetery, Yahoo groups search, and citations on Ancestry

>Hebert surname returned over 966 results on GeneaNet this week. It is just one of the surnames that I have subscribed to at GeneaNet. Subscribers may also use the option to contact other researchers where the researcher’s email address is … Continue reading

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Hoey, Hebert, Brecheen, Taylor Academy Cemetery, Yahoo groups search, and citations on Ancestry

Hebert surname returned over 966 results on GeneaNet this week. It is just one of the surnames that I have subscribed to at GeneaNet. Subscribers may also use the option to contact other researchers where the researcher’s email address is … Continue reading

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New link, Old links, Geocities closing, and key words in Louisiana genealogy

Yourfamily.com offers message boards. I visited them this morning and added a link under Louisiana Genealogy Links.. These links are all searchable through the Google Search feature. I hope I haven’t duplicated it! (There are way too many here for … Continue reading

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New link, Old links, Geocities closing, and key words in Louisiana genealogy

Yourfamily.com offers message boards. I visited them this morning and added a link under Louisiana Genealogy Links.. These links are all searchable through the Google Search feature. I hope I haven’t duplicated it! (There are way too many here for … Continue reading

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>C. T. Howard, Metaire Cemetery and Metarie Jockey Club

> The New York Times, “A Noted Lottery Man Dead: Career of Charles T. Howard, of the Louisiana Company”, June 1, 1885 “On March 19th, 1861, a call was made by Confederate Secretary of War, Leroy Walker for 1,700 volunteers … Continue reading

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C. T. Howard, Metaire Cemetery and Metarie Jockey Club

The New York Times, “A Noted Lottery Man Dead: Career of Charles T. Howard, of the Louisiana Company”, June 1, 1885 “On March 19th, 1861, a call was made by Confederate Secretary of War, Leroy Walker for 1,700 volunteers to … Continue reading

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C. T. Howard, Metaire Cemetery and Metarie Jockey Club

The New York Times, “A Noted Lottery Man Dead: Career of Charles T. Howard, of the Louisiana Company”, June 1, 1885 “On March 19th, 1861, a call was made by Confederate Secretary of War, Leroy Walker for 1,700 volunteers to … Continue reading

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