UL Lafayette Special Collections – Genealogy

The University of Lafayette offers several genealogy collections that include:

No.
  COLLECTION
2
Voorhies Family Papers
3
Watson Family Papers
7
Paul Debaillon Collection
8
Givens and Hopkins Families Papers
12
Joel Fletcher Papers
13
Rees Family
22
DeClouet Family Papers
23
Henri Louis Ducrocq Papers
26
Lucille Mouton-Griffin Papers
27
David Reichard Williams Papers
28
Walter J. Burke Papers
30
Harry Lewis Griffin Papers
40
Alexander Mouton Papers
43
Edith Garland Dupré Papers
45
Jefferson Caffery Papers
48
Labauve and Pischoff Papers
55
Weeks Collection
65
Gebert-Ray-Lee Papers
74
Kate O’Bryan Conrad Papers
90
Barnett Studio Photographs [Freeland Collection]
96
  Clyde L. Rougeau Papers
109
  Pearl Mary Segura Collection
127
  Marie del Norte Theriot Collection
145
  Albert Tate, Jr. Collection
162
  Hannie Family Collection
213
  Pierre Bellevieu Papers
214
  Thomas Arceneaux Papers
219
  Dudley J. LeBlanc Collection
254
  Vita Reaux Collection
 
A number of family genealogies have been deposited in the miscellaneous manuscript holdings:
 
MSS No.
  NAME
3
  Labranche Family Records
5
  Dunbar Family Records
35
  Pierre Olivier Duclozel Succession Records
36
  Dupré Family Records
42
  Frugé Family Genealogical Records
45
  Hebert Family Genealogical Records
49
  Evert Bancker Smedes Succession Records
50
  St. Mary Magdalen Church Cemetery Records
74
  Roy Family Genealogy
77
  Smith Family Genealogy
78
  Thibodeaux Family Genealogy
82
  Yentzen Family Benealogical Materials
88
  Herman Otto Dommert (Egan) and Allied Families
92
  Melancon Family Genealogical Materials
111
  Delery Family Genealogical Material
115
  Derbes Family Papers
117
  LeMoyne Family Genealogical Records
137
  Hebert Family Genealogy
142
  Armand Family Records

About Louisiana Genealogy Admin

I manage several RootsWeb mailing lists and message boards, support Louisiana Cemetery Preservation, am a former Louisiana and Mississippi librarian, have been researching genealogy of my family since 1988, and write and promote several blogs supporting either Louisiana genealogy or Louisiana cemeteries.
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