>Warren Parish and Warren place name, Louisiana


A general digest of the acts of the legislature of Louisiana:
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See also LAGenWeb Archive – East Carroll, Madison, Ouachita

Wikipedia Warren Parish, Louisiana

This map was created in 1816 two years after the dissolution so to speak of Warren Parish into Concordia and Ouachita Parish. You can see a place name, Warren in the Northeastern portion of Louisiana in Concordia Parish, just East of what appears to say Walmart Hills, Mississippi – Oh no, that reads Walnut Hills, Mississippi, sorry. LOL


Warren Parish was formed from Concordia in 1811 according to URL and was abolished in 1814.


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