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Bath Co. Kentucky
Wm. Adams,b Pa. about 1792, married, 11-26-1808 Bath Co.,Ky Lucy Bailey Adams,b 3-17-1808 d 1-26-1887 in Adams Co.Ohio. Lucy's parents were John Bailey and Ann Jane Williams. Wm. & Lucy had the following children:1. Sarelda,b,11-25-1831-32,d 9-22-1914 Adams Co Ohio. 2. John Marion Adams, b, 1-24-1831-32, d 1-31-1916, Adams Co Ohio. 3. Wm.4. Eliza b, 1837 4. Lucinda b 1839. 5. Martha Jane, b 1843& d,1-11-1923, Adams Co Ohio. 6. Louisiana,b 5-22-1846, d 7-24-1917 Adams Co. Ohio. Wm.& Lucy are both buried in Tranquility Cementery in Adams Co. Ohio.
Germany, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas
I am looking for a Carol Lynn Avey born in Louisiana around 1943 thru 1945, she would have spent a few months in Texas in the late 50's early 60's. Her father I am told was in the Military, in the Air Force. She is a lost family member I am hoping she wants to re-connect.
Badger from New Hampshire; Boudreaux from Louisiana.
My Grandfather was Sidney Bajon...I have heard he was one of 9 kids. I cannot find any Bajon's other than my uncle anywhere! It's like they dropped off the face of the earth! I would like to find his 8 siblings if possible so I can trace the family tree.
John Mario Rigney
Louisiana, Missouri, Illinois
Louisiana, Texas, Baden Germany
Looking for anyone in having information on Margaret and Willie Brandon, Nathaniel Green Brandon. Brandons from Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
East Baton Rouge & East Feliciana Parishes, Louisiana
CHARLES BROWN married AMANDA HOWARD before 1860. He may have married once before. Couple shows up in the 1860 Census in East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana. Oral history says Charles was lynched in 1869. Seeking: their location before 1860 (may have been freedmen or slaves in the parish); LA BROWN slave owners; location of Amanda's mother POLLY HOWARD in LA and MD; name/origin of Amanda's father.
searching for info on John L. Brown b.11-10-1810 ( Indian name Lee Kickee) and also his son Isaiah Brown. this is all the info that i have. i think that they lived in simsboro louisiana and red river parish louisiana. thank you.kim
would like to find info on these people,John L.Brown b.11-10-1810(Indian name Lee Kickee)and also info on his son Isaiah Brown,lived in the simsboro La,and red river parish La ,area. if this connects with anyone please let me know thank you.kim
new Madrid.missouri on 1880 census
James Burns born c1880 -1883 Louisiana.Parents John and Florence BURNS (nee HARRIS}
LeFlore County, Oklahoma
LeRoy Byrd was buried in Oakland Cemetery in Poteau, OK in 1926 at age 51...born in bedias, Texas in 1875 or 76...louisiana state prison in early 1900's...was other family near poteau? why was he there? i can find nothing about him.
Old 96th District, South Carolina
Lance J. Holt
Bradford Camp (Kemp) born 5 Sept, 1764 in the Carolinas (Rutherford County, NC)
Married Mary Drucilla CAMPBELL 1793/1794
Raybourn Creek, Columbia, South Carolina (Land Grant application serveyed for Thomas Camp senior - granted to Bradford Kemp)
Little Silver Creek, St. Tammany Parish, LA (Bradford witnesses 1818 marriage of Redmond Carter)
Bradford was the Justice of the Peace on Little Silver Creek 1833
Kemp Collection, Louisiana State University Archives, Baton Rouge, LA ***
LA State Land Office, Greensburg Land Office Paper, Baton Rouge, LA 1818 - 1830 era
Roberts, LA (now known as Sunny Hill) Store reciepts 1851 era
Tangipahoa Parish, LA (Bradford Kemp Cemetery)
Alexandria, LA 1900 era
Bradford and family were in Louisiana by 1812 from Georgia (legend: Legal trouble prompting the name change from Camp to Kemp) A South Carolina deed mentions a debt in the 1790s
Jackson County, Georgia between 1806 and 1809 - sometime before 1812
Look for marriage certificate in Walton County, Georgia and 96th District (Greenville County), South Carolina
Bradford is listed in the 1800 census for Laurens County, South Carolina, with a son and daughter under 10 years
Land Grant dated 3 Nov 1788 in the old 96th Land District
May have lived on Rayburn Creek for the first couple of years as a married man
Pike County, Mississippi 1816 era
Greenville Co. CENSUS INDEX FILES:
1790 CENSUS - GREENVILLE Co., SOUTH CAROLINA
K510 GREENVILLE, SC KEMP Thomas M-637 011 070 03 04 04 00 00
kansas city Missouri
Looking for Cascio Family who change their name to Cash when they came to U.S.A. They came from Italy and settle in the State of Louisiana in 1891. Their was two brothers that I known of Antonio(tony). Leon(Natta) and a sister name Joanna(Jolanna. They settle in St. Mary Parish Louisiana in 1900's. They live in Centerville. Louisiana in 1900's to 1930's. then relocated to Missouri. Need imformation claymond.
Joyce J. Chapman
LOOKING FOR ANY CHIASSON'S OR CHAISSON'S FROM LOCKPORT, RACELAND, HOUMA, LAFAYETTE ETC...
Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia Mississippi Louisiana Texas
Cochran(e?), Fletcher, Hunt, Whatley
Am trying to track the families of Robert Lee FLETCHER and Liza Belle COCHRANE (no one know the correct spelling) not sure of the parish right now.
Also the family of Elisha WHATLEY Jr. & Louisa FRAZIER--I know their histories but need help on their offspring.
The line of HUNTS I am researching goes back to a James HUNT, b c1753, of SC and GA, who was a loyalist in the 1770s, and his descendents made their way to Rapides Parish area. I have basically this whole line, but cannot go back further. I'd also like to add details I don't have and share what I have found.
Original spelling is Konjevic
Varner Benton Cooper b 1859 d 1913. I believe he was from Tangipahoa Parish originally. He moved to Covington, LA at turn on century. Married Drucilla Raiford.
This person was born in 1848 in Miss. He lived in Ashley County, Arkansas and had a family there.Also moved to Morehouse Parish, La. and had 1 or2 more families there. Would like to know where he is buried. Thomas Randal Copeland
Searching for information on my Grandfather, Ed Harrison Cresie, born 1873/1881. Cresie was his given name, but when he was a youngster, was adopted by Robert and Cordelia (nee Rose ) Davis.He then was known as Ed Harrison Davis. When Ed married my Grandmother, Bertha Mae Hogue, in 1907 in Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee he took the Cresie name back. Ed and Bertha left Tennessee quite suddenly in 1935 and moved with their children to Louisiana. Also would like to know why they moved so quickly. It's been a big secret in our family for years. Ed passed away in Denham Springs, Louisiana in 1950. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
south carolina ,alabama, georgia, arkansas, texas, louisiana
sue curry hollis
Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas
Looking for Daniels, Malone, Chandler, Entler, Gary, McFadden, Simmons, Warnell/Wornell, and many others.
new orleans , louisiana
imfo on a frederick davis married one rosela loupe 29 dec 1870.in lafourche parish louisiana
New Orleans Louisiana
Joseph Ovide DeLage, Jr.
The DeLages originally came from France but we haven't been able to trace them back that far. They came to Canada where it seems our grandfather was born and then to Louisiana to Pointe Coupee Parrish, West Baton Rouge, and East Baton Rouge.
Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, South Carolina
Seeking additional information on the family of William Dennis and Ruth Pettit Dennis who married 9 Feb 1818 in Knox Co, TN. Their children are as follows:
Dennis, Almarine b. 1820 VA
, Granville b. 1825 VA
, Jonathan b. 1826 TN
, George b. 1831 TN
, Sampson b. 1836 TN
, Joshua B b. 1838 TN
, Chesly b. 1839 TN
, Malinda b. 1840 TN
They are listed in the 1850 Census of Morgan County, Alabama as P. 225b, Division 10, Household 424/Dwelling 410.
looking for parents of homer dupuy. They lived in south louisiana.
Joseph Edwards born ca 1795 in England. Lived in Va. then to Louisiana, Natchitoches Parish in 1820's.
Lethia Pizani Price
information needed on the Fabre family
they were from the southeast louisiana southeast mississippi area. several family members are buried in haaswood cemetery. william farve married margaret alsobrooks around 1909. any help would be appreciated
I'm looking for info on John (Adam or Allen) Franklin born in Poke County Texas (1873) died in Vernon Parish LA (1953) - Poke County records were burned & have very little info on him. Children were Eddie, Ellis, Martha, Leslie and Neilous(sp?) John was married to an Arkada (Katy) McCollough --- and info would be greatly appreciated.
Acadia & Louisiana
Seeking direct descendants of the following line:
Gen. #1: Francois Gauterot & Edmee LeJeune, married abt. 1644 Port Royal, (Acadia), Nova Scotia.
Gen. #2: Francois Gauterot, Jr. & Marie Sebastien Brun, married abt. 1677 (Acadia) Nova Scotia.
Gen. #3: Francois Henry Gauterot & Louise Aucoin, married 1706 (Acadia) Nova Scotia.
Gen. #4: Joseph Gauterot & Anna Pitre, married 1764 France.
Gen. #5: Jean-Guillame Gauterot and Francoise Victoire Aucoin, married 1800 Assumption Parish, Louisiana.
Gen. #6: David Gauterot and Marie Gertrude Honore, married 1836 LaFourche Parish, Louisiana.
Gen. #7 Paul Emile Gauthreaux and Marie Badeaux, married 1880 LaFourche Parish, Louisiana.
Pierre and Francois Gonsoulin
migrated to the United Sates
in the 1500's They were surveyors
Can you tell me anything about them
looking for info on my grandfather george franklin gordon born march 2nd 1898 don't know where or who his parents were. he married clara baer about 1930 in phila, pa. they had a child in philly then moved to chester county pa. and had 3 more children. he was a marine during ww2. he worked mostly on farms, and was a "fireman" embreeville state, and drove a milk wagon at gladwyn hospitol. he and my grandmother divorced in the 50's. he moved down to louisiana in the late 50's and married a woman named mattie i think. he died in aug.1963 down there.if anyone has any info it would be g
Byrd or Bird Holland I believe was born in Tenn. and came to Texas, he fought in the Civil War, became a Texas Legislature, died & was buried in Louisiana, but later his body was moved to Austin, Texas. Any information would be helpful
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