>Judy Riffel has posted this website URL from the LAORLEAN mailing list. Le Comite des Archives de la Louisiana had to cancel its September 14th meeting due to Hurricanes Gustav and Ike. I was unable to confirm this even late last week with its website at the Louisiana Archives. Le Comite’s pages would not appear and I was re-directed. This new URL offered the information that I had been looking for at the Archives.
Le Comite des Archives de la Louisiane http://www.lecomite.org/index.html.
Evidently, this is a new website for Le Comite de Archives de la Louisiane. I posted to LAORLEAN the fact that I could not find the Le Comite website at the Louisiana Archives links from posts I had made earlier this year about April or so.
There were still 1/4 of Louisianians without power because of GUSTAV just before IKE decided to threaten. I hope that everyone is okay. There is a USGenWebbers hurricanecontact group, if you would like to join it or post that you are okay. Another helpful website would be The Hurricane Info Center Ning and Wiki. The Ning is for volunteers who are organizing the Wiki. The Wiki has many resourceful websites and phone numbers.
My Yahoo! Groups Surnames on Family Tree Circles
Once upon a time I tested out Ancient Faces and created a Family Story. There were several Louisiana links available from the Ancient Faces link directory.
I really enjoyed surfing Ancient Faces and looking for Louisiana related stories. I have added all of the surnames from my Yahoo! Group to my Ancient Faces profile and I am looking forward to seeing what Ancient Faces has to offer.
Here are some of the surnames that are being researched:Anderson, Anderson, Bast, Beaver, Beavers, BEIBER, Bollier, Bond, Bost, Brangato, Buchan, Chadwick, Choat, Choate, Clark, Clermont, Coffelt, Coffield, DeSoto, Dorris, Flores, Foreman, Gagne, Goodhart, GOODHEART, Guerrero, Hebert, Hodgen, Hodgens, Hodgin, Hodgins, Howell, Jeansonne, Johnson, Keel, Keele, Kell, Kellar, Keller, La Fitte, Lacobee, Laffitte, Lafitte, Langford, Lankford, Latham, Locaviche, Long, Maillieux, Mayou, Mayu, Miller, Morris, POUN(S), Pound, Pounds, Prudhomme, Quinterre, Rambin, Robleau, Roblo, Sanders, Seitz, Shadwick, Shoat, SITZ, Smith, St. Denis, St. Denys, Still, TAGART, Taggart, TAGGERT, Toups, Vowell, White, Williams, Y’Barbo
GeneaNet is helpful, too and will email you with recent updates on the surnames that you are researching.
These posts were in the Louisiana mail bag this morning.
Leonard Weiss Britt and Caroline Agnes
Britt was born in 1861 in . She died in 1861 in Louisiana. Ann Harriet Britt was born in 1864 in Louisiana. She died on . Hiram Alexander Britt was born about 1866 in …
NH Genealogy – http://nhgenealogy.wordpress.com Little Woods, LA Train Wreck, Nov 1908
Articles about the fatal train wreck near Little Woods, Louisiana in Mar 1907.
GenDisasters … Genealogy in… – http://www3.gendisasters.com