>RootsWeb is home to over 31,000 mailing lists and list archives. There are surname lists, too. I’ve been searching for another surname list to join. I have even subscribed to a few foreign language lists. Google translate makes things so much easier to join a foreign speaking list and post your query’s.
Winn Parish, Louisiana RootsWeb mailing list is taking a Roll Call. Here are a few surnames listed: Cheeves, Buchanan, Douglas, Prince, Crain, McFarland, DeLoach, Tullos, Warner, Stroud, Cormane, Honeycutt, Haddox, Clifton, Garner, Lott, Lacey, Weeks, Roppolo, Parker, Hammons, Adams, Shumate, Neal, Payne, Weaver, Hatten, West, Pilcher, Adair, Roberts, Embree, Cole, Jordan, Weems, and Bass.
Union Parish, Louisiana RootsWeb mailing list is also conducting a Roll Call. Surnames found on this list include: Holloway, Brown, Boyett, Eatman, Knox, Martin, Mitchell, Bibby, Smedley, GAtson, Wilson, Ferguson, Bird, Atkins, Henry, Lee, Shelburn, Wasson, Mclemore, Carter, Poole, Henderson, Goodger, Sehon, Merril, Melton, Parish, Youngblood, Trevathan, Downs, Ledbetter, Gwinn, Moore, Hanna, Shumake, Dendy, Dozier, Manning, Thomas, George, Smith, Dawkins, Cooper, Taylor, Norris, Hinton, Rush, Gates, Acree, Antley, Sellers, HOdge, Mosely, Ellis, Bennett, Thompson, Tucker, Johnson, Webster, Key, Grafton, and Heard.
The Union Parish list is also researching Smryna Cemetery.
I have updated the Louisiana Surname list, but I have not updated the Louisiana Genealogy Connections calendar. It seems that genealogy takes a back seat to major holidays … especially in Louisiana when food is involved. If your email addy needs updating, or your surnames need to be updated, please drop me an email and let me know (I’ll fix your plate! LOL) .
I hope that everyone has a safe holiday!
|Anderson, Bollier, Brangato, Clermont, DeSoto, Flores, Gagne, Guerrero,Howell, Lacobee/ Locaviche, Laffitte/ Lafitte/ La Fitte, Latham, Long,Maillieux/ Mayu/ Mayou, Prudhomme, Quinterre, Rambin, Robleau/ Roblo, Smith, St. Denis/ St. Denys, Toups, Vowell, Y’Barbo||ALIJDJAM@aol.com|
|JEANSONNE(JOHNSON)[Clark] and HEBERT,DORRIS and WHITE [BUCHAN]||email@example.com|
|Sanders, Foreman, Stillfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|WILLIAMS, POUNDS ~ POUND ~ POUN(S), TAGGART ~ TAGART ~ TAGGERT, MILLER, BEAVERS ~ BEAVER ~ BEIBER, KELLAR ~ KELLER, ANDERSON, MORRISemail@example.com|
|Embry, Skinner, Triay, Orosco, Ricouard, Jeanfreau, Treadaway, Solis, Heberling, Viada, Weinmann, Gonzales, Monies, Salbador, Robin, Petersfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Lavergne, Bonee, Demoruelle,Coste, Howell, Corales, Torres,Dyer, Romaguera, Diliberto and Wetta
|Austin, Brister, Howard, Bailey, Hall, Nowlen, Roberts, Seaborn, Knapp
By Marriage: Allbritton, Johnson, Phillips, Allen, Walker, Williams.
|Hadee Reeves, Pearl Steveanna Alford Reeves, Alfordemail@example.com|
In my mailbag:
Importation of Slaves 1853
By Brenda Joyce Jerome, CG(Brenda Joyce Jerome, CG)
Barrett states that on the 3rd day of December 1852 he purchased by his agent in the city of New Orleans, Louisiana the following Female slave Lucinda aged Twenty years and Louisa aged three years said slaves were imported or received …
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