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Louise (#47609295)
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My husband and I have been researching our families for over ten years. Most of this was done the old fashioned way by visiting archives, libraries, courthouses, elderly relatives etc. When we began there was nothing available on the internet, not even census records.

The way we did it was great fun. But now it is much easier. There is so much on the internet --definitely not everything-- but a lot. Since discovering Find-a-Grave, I was able to locate a couple of people in my own line that I had not previously managed to find. Now I want to help others by being involved in the project of Find-a-Grave.

I try to take good pictures but sometimes because of the conditions, etc. they do not come out as I would like. If anyone gets a better picture than I have put up, just let me know and I will remove mine.
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Mrs. James G Toone
The website shows date of birth as 1835. It should be 1935.

Find A Grave Memorial# 105295170
Added by Toone on Jun 05, 2016 10:17 AM
Cynthia Quiroz
E R Hendrix

In reference to your question about the headstone for E.R. Hendrix.

I personally took the headstone photo at the Sweetlake/Grand Lake Cemetery, corner of Cox Road and Robinson Road in Sweetlake.

In my Cameron Parish research I've found several instances where deceased were listed as buried in Grand Lake Community Cemetery but were actually buried in Sweetlake.

I have updated the website to include Cora's Find A Grave information.

It is possible that they were moved further North after Hurricane Rita.

Hope this helps.
Cynde Quiroz
Added by Cynthia Quiroz on Jun 04, 2016 3:03 PM
Brenda Menard Cobb
Thank you so much!
Added by Brenda Menard Cobb on Jun 03, 2016 3:53 PM
Brenda Menard Cobb
One more
William Hernandez
Thanks again Brenda
Added by Brenda Menard Cobb on May 29, 2016 6:58 AM
Brenda Menard Cobb
Memorial transfer request
Hi again,
A few family memorials.... would kindly transfer to me.

141430244 Gussie Lormand Quinility
141343337 Murphy Lormand
104328661 Edna Lormand Comeaux
104328593 Velior Comeaux
Thanks again
Brenda Menard Cobb
Added by Brenda Menard Cobb on May 29, 2016 6:22 AM
Brenda Menard Cobb
RE: Clebe Lormand
Thank You for the Transfer. I'm going to leave that decision on the photo to you.
Again, Thanks so much!
Added by Brenda Menard Cobb on May 09, 2016 7:17 PM
Brenda Menard Cobb
Mr & Mrs Clebe J Lormand
If you could, would you please transfer the Memorial of my GrandParent to me. My # is 48734052. Thank you so kindly.
Brenda Menard Cobb
Added by Brenda Menard Cobb on May 06, 2016 10:35 AM
Kerry Keller
RE: Louisa Lambert
For some reason when I use the app it doubles or triples my photos. I will remove the additional photos.

Added by Kerry Keller on Apr 30, 2016 7:40 AM
Sheryl Zeringue
Armaizet Troxclair Waguespack
You have a tombstone picture on Armaizet Troxclair Waguespack that I would like to use in my genealogy program. She is related to my husband.
Thanks for all the work that you do.
Added by Sheryl Zeringue on Apr 23, 2016 11:04 AM
Cathy / Gary Umbehagen
Albert Stansbury Jr and Florestine Feray
One of their children was left out of the writeup. Their youngest son, Martin Fulton Stansbury was born on July 24, 1890 in Vermilion Parish. Martin died on June 24. 1957. Martin was my grandfather. He was married to Evelline Guidry and had three children: Mary Melva Maisie Stansbury, McCoy Stansbury, and Mack Fulton Stansbury.
Added by Cathy / Gary Umbehagen on Apr 09, 2016 4:04 PM
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