2 edition of Assumption Parish, LA, original cahier records found in the catalog.
Assumption Parish, LA, original cahier records
Kenneth B. Toups
|Other titles||Assumption Parish, Louisiana, original cahier records.|
|Statement||by Kenneth B. Toups.|
|LC Classifications||F377.A75 T69 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||91075055|
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Search the Louisiana Birth Records Index Database through the Secretary of State, and order certified copies of birth certificates for births that occurred in Louisiana more than years from the end of the current calendar year. The only birth records that are available prior to are from Orleans Parish. Today Septem I received my book. Being from assumption parish I was excited for this books release and even more anxious waiting for it to come in. I received it in early and it was in great condition which is the only reason why I have given this book 2 stars.3/5(2).
This area is in present-day Assumption Parish, Louisiana. Joseph Cheramy probably moved sometime about from the Valenzuela Community near present-day Belle Alliance, Louisiana, to the City of New Orleans, Louisiana. Assumption Parish Schools, Napoleonville, LA. 3, likes talking about this 67 were here. Official Assumption Parish Schools Facebook PageFollowers: K.
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EDGARD ANCOIN, Napoleonville, La., the present treasurer of Assumption parish, was born in the State of Louisiana inand is the son of L.L.
and Emilie (Naquin)when the South was swept by yellow fever, the father was taken away by that dread disease, the mother, five daughters and two sons surviving. Assumption Parish Courthouse Dr Martin Luther King Drive PO Box Napoleonville, LA Phone: Parish Clerk has marriage records from Assumption Parish Vital Records are documents related to birth, death, marriage, and other milestones in a person's life that are recorded by the government in Assumption Parish, Louisiana.
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Assumption Parish, LA Original cahier records books 1 thru 5, translated and abstracted French land records from the time of the Valenzuela District (Spanish province) to the establishment of Lafourche County (territory of Orleans) to its separation into Assumption and Lafourche interior parishes (Louisiana statehood).
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just how things worked in Louisiana. In a nutshell, the priest decided what the spelling of your name was – and it would be recorded different ways depending on who the priest was.The USGenWeb has provided an easy to use form for submitting a RECORD of any type to the Louisiana GenWeb Archives.
It will be forwarded to me for the Ascension Archives. You can still submit a free form text document if you choose not to use the form provided.