>This is the most current list that I have of all of the Louisiana related Yahoo Genealogy Groups. There are a few more, I’m sure. You will have to watch out for spammy groups, though, as I’ve encountered a few of those types on Yahoo. Periodically, I check to see if there are any new sites. These are a few that I have surfed into recently. Some are new and a few have been around for quite some time … flying in under my Louisiana genealogy radar. I’m going to have to update MSN and Google Groups, too, just as soon as I can remember how. It seems that the MSN sites and Google sites do not get my attention as much as Yahoo does. I noticed that there are a few more family surname Yahoo! Groups in Louisiana, too. So here’s a little Yahoo! Louisiana Groups, “Hi Ya’ll!”.
Yahoo Groups in Louisiana Genealogy
laafam Yahoo! Group
looking for information on the Olivio and Porche families of Pointe Coupee
Descendants of Surville Mathille Dansereaux
This one isn’t new and is full of info on Cherokee genealogy
St. Mary Parish African American Genealogy and Research Group
Keesee: All researchers interested in the surname Keesee etc.
This genealogy and family history research forum focuses primarily on the WOOTEN surname. To date, we know we are from Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Louisiana, Tennessee and quite a few places more! Other names in our family include BOSTON, COFFEE, COFFEY, HUDSON, MINCHEW, MINSHEW, SAVAGE, STANDRIDGE, WALLACE, and WOOTEN.
orebo: Orebo Family Leonard and Denise
This group is dedicated to the descendants of the soldiers and settlers of presidio Nuestra Senora del Pilar de Los Adaes near modern Robeline, louisiana. “Adaesanos” Communities associated, are Spanish Lake;Ebarb; Mora; Gorum in Louisiana ,in Texas, San Augustine, Ncodoches and San antonio. We Share family histories and information ask questions.
Le Porche Louisiana 1699-1850
This is a place for the descendants of Pierre Porsche to share updates for the yearly family reunions, genealogical information, photographs and beloved family stories.
Early 1600, some ANGELLOZ RION families are found living in Grand Bornand in Savoie.
Around 1840-1850, 5 brothers and sisters left Savoie to migrate to Louisiana.
This Group is dedicated to this history and their lineages.
We are discovering other nests of “cousins” in Louisiana and Texas. But, most of us trace our roots back to early Mobile and Dauphin Island … LaCoste, LaFargue, Laurendine, Eslava, Colin/Collins, Weekes, Chastang, Baker, Laurent, Norris and we are growing. Although not conclusive, these names are the main focus of this site.
This page is the primary information interchange point for descendants of the Louisiana Brown, Edwards, Milam, Atkinson families. The eGroup moderator is Mike Chambers
For those researching ancestors that came to New Orleans in 1865-1910 from the cantons de Trie and Rabastens de Bigorre in the Haute Pyrenees region, France. Focusing in the towns of Frechede, Mazerolles, Lubret St. Luc and St.Sever de Rustan. Messages generally in English and/or French. Other languages accepted.