Researching my paternal GGgrandmother, Eliza Boubede. Born July 1842 or 43 in LA. She listed her father's birthplace as France & mother's as VA. She married Mazarine Carper from New Castle VA and their 1st baby was born 1857 in LA, leading me to believe they were married in LA. They moved to Baltimore,MD about 1859.... more
I am trying to find information on GREEN FREEMAN JENKINS, born in Ga. in 1825, married DINAH JANE POULAN (1833-1916) in Bienville Parish, La in 1851, and died there in 1868. I am particulary looking for the cemetery in which he was buried and any information about his parents.
eli suter hart, spouse talitha cumi stowe child joseph warren hart, cildren judge e hart, eli d hart, joseph w hart, henry hart, bobbie hart moved to texas early 1930 lived in Bascum.texas any connectiond would be appreciated have a nice dat Rich
My Grandfather, Henry G Goeman, moved to Arcadia, Louisiana in 1921. I am looking for information about his death, possibly in 1935- my family in N. Texas (Collin County) lost track of him after he moved (possibly had a "new family"). Any information would be helpful re this matter. Thank you, Anne Goeman Jones
Have books, which are compiled excerpts from the old newspapers from Northeast Louisiana/Lake Providence area, that I self-publish. I also have a blog that shows lofts of researched information, stories, etc. If interested please contact me at: Sandra Guthrie Moore 1498 Hwy 236 E. Lonoke, Arkansas 72086... more
LAWHORN/LOWHORN WE WERE TOLD THAT OUR ANCESTOR FRANK LAWHORN 1869/1932 MADE A LOT OF MYSTERY TRIPS TO LOUISIANA, FROM TENNESSEE IN THE EARLY 1900s. THE FAMILY KNOWS NOTHING OF ANY KINFOKE IN LOUISIANA. WOULD SURE LIKE TO SOLVE THIS MYSTERY. BOB
Looking for any death or any information on a James R Dixon who married a Nettie James in Franklin Parish LA. back in 1883. They apparently died during the years of about 1894 - to 1900, as their two children that we know of are in the 1900 census records of Franklin Parish (Winnsboro) in two separate households.... more
Hello: I am from New Orleans, LA and am researching my family history. As it stands I have the following links on my mother's tree, if you have any information on the following do contact me. Benjamin Thompson Clara Veal Ruth Thompson Denman Thompson William Douglas Clara Douglas Alice Mae Douglas Joyce Thornton Nancy ... more
My uncle, Elmer J. Stewart, died in WWII in a Japanese POW camp in Bataan. He was stationed at Barksdale AFB before being shipped out to Savannah and then to the Phillipines. He married a lady named "Ida" who may have been from somewhere around Barksdale AFB. I do not know her maiden name and I am quite sure they did... more
I am searching for the parents of Thomas E. Oliver, born in Louisiana. Thomas married Julia Ann Stanley in Angelina County, Texas on Nov. 25, 1883. It is believed that he was Native American, possibly Cherokee. Any info is appreciated.
Hey Y'all from TN. I am researching a lawsuit from 1947 that involves a mule that had a colt (one in a million). Evidently a Mr. Acia Miller (horse/mule trader) from St. Martinsville, LA sold a 20 year old molly mule to a "negro farmer", Mr. Samuel Basile sometime in September of 1946. The following year, the mule... more
I am looking for any and all information on this family. Iam the great grand daughter of his son Capt. Willaim Maikell. We can't connect John up with family in Penn. (where he was born) ---John C.Maikell 93 years old. and a resident Of Algiers since 1872, died yesterday at the home of his daughter over the river. He... more
W.G.Harris is buried in Price Cemetery, Tahlequah, Okla. There is a cement plate in the ground that is very hard to read. The dates was written on in it while the cement was still wet. All is says is W.G. Harris 1946-1964. Rumor is he was hung there, taken down by a local woman along with her two sons & buried there.... more
Hi! I an the author of the EverydayGenealogy blog and I wanted to apologize for mentioning you blog, but referencing the wrong URL! I have corrected the URL on my blog: Celebrate Your Louisiana Heritage - It's Mardi Gras! The URL for that post is:... more