Monthly Archives: April 2011

Iberville Stone

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Louisiana Surnames Louisiana Researchers updated

The surname database for this blog has been updated today. You are free to add or search for yours. The database has reached eight pages. Thank you for contributing!

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Pierre Soule

According to the New York Times, Pierre Soule arrived in New York as a prisoner on the Ocean Queen June 18, 1862 with his “negro servant” and “free man”, Jule. The former Congressman was successful in lobbying against the death … Continue reading

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Louisiana bolsters Easter Lily shortages during World War II

An Old Catholic Good Friday Tradition in Louisiana

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Civil War Confessions Accepted

Miscellaneous Documents Printed by the order of The House of Representatives During the First session of the thirty-first congress, begun and held at the city of Washington December 3, 1849, and in the seventy-fourth year of the independence of the … Continue reading

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Hunley in Louisiana

Captain Horace L. Hunley’s will and succession documents can be found at the St. Tammany Parish Clerk of Court? According to this post from the St. John Parish mailing list , URL,  Captain  Hunley was also a Covington, Louisiana plantation … Continue reading

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Lafayette Genealogical Society Meeting – Using old and new maps in Louisiana

From the LALGS list:Members of the Lafayette Genealogical Society, This is your reminder that the regular monthly meeting of the LafayetteGenealogical Society will meet this Thursday, April 21, 2011 at the SouthRegional Library, 6101 Johnston St., Lafayette, LA beginning at … Continue reading

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