Monthly Archives: November 2009

Nova Scotia to Louisiana

Venerable Valley Church moving to Louisiana – By Gordon DelaneyThis is a fantastic story, but really quite sad that area church populations are dwindling. I wonder about the history of this 200 year old Anglican church that will be erected … Continue reading

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IN my mailbag: Camp Claiborne, Minden Ghost Walk, Query, NOMA, Louisiana Books

From the LAORLEAN Digest, Vol 4, Issue 327Message: 3Date: Wed, 11 Nov 2009 23:24:29 -0500From: “Tudemurdog”Subject: [LAORLEAN] GenealogyBank subscriptionTo: Does anyone have a script to GenealogyBank? If you do, I would be in your debt if you would look up … Continue reading

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West Bank Genealogy Society Meeting – CANCELED

From my mailbag:WBGS Meeting CancelledSaturday November 14, 2009All Day Notes:Due to circumstances beyond our control, the November membership meeting will be cancelled. Hope to see everyone for the Christmas party on December 12. See details on our calendar for that … Continue reading

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Genea-Musings: Saturday Night Genealogy Fun – Surname Distributions!

Genea-Musings: Saturday Night Genealogy Fun – Surname Distributions!Looks like Canada and Germany win the award in having the most distribution for my family surname. I’ve used maps such as this one before and it does provide a bit of information … Continue reading

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Louisiana Genealogy Blogs and Veterans Day

Yea! Another ancestor from Lousiana blogged and photographed in Genealogy Traces!See photos of William Jasper Puckett and Annie Lewis Puckett. Mike ‘s Genealogy Blog is tracing the Sharpe family and the Baldwin family in Louisiana.Area Veterans Day Eventsfrom The Advocate … Continue reading

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