Paul Knapp and Elizabeth
She died on 18 Jan 1910 in Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. Nathan Lang Knapp was born about 1836 in Botetourt County, Virginia. Abraham B. Knapp was born circa 1839 in Virginia. He died on 19 May 1914 in Virginia. …
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Leonard Bacon and Ada Stark
He died in 1876 in Louisiana. Frank Bacon was born circa 1821
in Madison County, Tennessee. He died in 1893 in Georgia.
Andrew Bacon was born in 1824 in Madison County, Tennessee.
He died in 1866 in Wayne County, Mississippi. …
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Sulphur, LA Family Saved from Burning Home by Horse, Nov 1912
By Linda Horton
SAVED BY FAMILY HORSE. Neighboring Aroused Inhabitants
of House on Fire. read more »
Borders Signs Lease to Open New Concept Store in Baton Rouge, LA
“Borders, Inc. announced today that it will open its first-ever concept store in Baton
Rouge in August, when the retailer will debut a new 25,000-square-foot store in the
Mall of Louisiana’s newly constructed open-air wing, The Boulevard, located at
Picardy Avenue and Bluebonnet Boulevard. The store will be one of 14 concept
stores that Borders will open this year nationwide…”
Celebrated painter Elmore Morgan dies
“Elemore Morgan Jr., 77, was often called the dean of Louisiana landscape artists.
Whether in a classroom, the edge of a rice field or atop a skyscraper painting the
New York skyline, Morgan was a gentle giant among artists…”
Sun, May 25 2008 10:09 AM by on Dave’s Genealogy Blog
Michael Shelton was born during 1817 in Tennessee. He died on 4 Jun 1903 in Louisiana. Ellen Shelton was born in 1817 in Tennessee.
Terrebonne Genealogical Society
New – Book of Charts vol. 1
“…over 6,994 references..” “In the table below, click on the beginning letter(s) of the person’s surname and an index page will be made available where you can browse or do a “search” or “find on this page” using your browser’s menu. When you locate your person of interest, the number in parentheses indicating his/her position on the chart follows the name and next is a link to the ancestry chart where that person is listed. Please click on that link to see the chart.”
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