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    1. Re: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: [LALGS] Library update
    2. V Bertrand
    3. Thanx for the update. Regards, -Bertrand On Thu, Mar 24, 2011 at 12:54 PM, Eula <[email protected]> wrote: > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: Brenda Fuselier > To: [email protected] > Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2011 12:54 PM > Subject: [LALGS] Library update > > > Dear Lafayette Genealogy Society Members, > > We have received notice that the Genealogy Section of the Downtown Library is beginning to be packed for the move to the new temporary location on Jefferson St.(the former old, old McCrory's and then the Jefferson St. Market), 538 Jefferson St., Lafayette, LA. ' Non-Louisiana' materials will be boxed first, then moving on to Louisiana related books possibly boxed by Friday. > > So between Friday, March 25th and April 4th (since this is the tentative date that the Jefferson St. location will be open) do not plan to do genealogy research at the downtown location. > > I will try to get out another reminder when the new location is open.  In the meantime let us think positive, check out our old paperwork, and plan to do some research at the new temporary location. > > Thank you for your interest in genealogy! > > Sincerely, > > Brenda Fuselier, President > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > -------------------------------------------- > My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from www.digiportal.com > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    03/26/2011 04:21:44
    1. [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: [LALGS] Library update
    2. Eula
    3. ----- Original Message ----- From: Brenda Fuselier To: [email protected] Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2011 12:54 PM Subject: [LALGS] Library update Dear Lafayette Genealogy Society Members, We have received notice that the Genealogy Section of the Downtown Library is beginning to be packed for the move to the new temporary location on Jefferson St.(the former old, old McCrory's and then the Jefferson St. Market), 538 Jefferson St., Lafayette, LA. ' Non-Louisiana' materials will be boxed first, then moving on to Louisiana related books possibly boxed by Friday. So between Friday, March 25th and April 4th (since this is the tentative date that the Jefferson St. location will be open) do not plan to do genealogy research at the downtown location. I will try to get out another reminder when the new location is open. In the meantime let us think positive, check out our old paperwork, and plan to do some research at the new temporary location. Thank you for your interest in genealogy! Sincerely, Brenda Fuselier, President ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message -------------------------------------------- My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from www.digiportal.com

    03/24/2011 07:54:04
    1. Re: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Fw: Interesting article aboutCivilWarbattlesin LA.
    2. Eula
    3. do not let the iberia parish fool you in your research, My husbands family originally were from st. charles and st. John the baptist area and guess what- they were found in the st,Martin militia and Attakapas region. All this depends on what period in the war they they entered and which regiment needed them the most. thus their entry was indicated as the parish and not necessarily their home area. ----- Original Message ----- From: Helen Smith To: [email protected] Sent: Friday, January 28, 2011 10:28 AM Subject: Re: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Fw: Interesting article aboutCivilWarbattlesin LA. Eula, Thank you SO MUCH for helping me with finding out more about my Lehmann who died in the "Southern" war. I guess that is not my Henry Lehmann since it has him in Iberia Parish. He would have been from Orleans Parish. And all that material from Don B. is GREAT! I have not seen that many Lehmanns (and other spellings) in Civil war listings before...... With the help of a cousin, we may be able to determine which one is ours. Thanks again, Helen ----- Original Message ----- From: "Eula" <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Friday, January 28, 2011 9:05 AM Subject: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Fw: Interesting article about CivilWarbattlesin LA. > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: [email protected] > To: [email protected] > Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2011 4:20 AM > Subject: Re: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil > Warbattlesin LA. > > > Eula > I found this information on LEHMAN, HENRY > > http://www400.sos.louisiana.gov/archives/gen/cpa-alpha.htm > > If you think this is the correct person, you can contact the > Louisiana Secretary of States office for the pages of the record > Terry > > > Louisiana Secretary of State > Confederate Pension Applications Index Database > Selected Name Detailed Data > > > Reel: CP1.84 -- Microdex 3 -- Sequence 5 > Target card: LEHMAN, HENRY > > Applicant Information & Name Variations: > > LEHMAN, HENRY > Parish: IBERIA -- Pages: 5 > > Soldier Information & Variations: > > LEHMAN, HENRY > State: LA > Branch: CAVALRY > Unit: 18TH BATTALION > Company: CO. F > > > > > > > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Eula <[email protected]> > To: Undisclosed-Recipient:; > Sent: Wed, Jan 26, 2011 7:32 pm > Subject: Fw: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil > Warbattlesin LA. > > > would you have any information on this family that could help this lady? > Thank you in advance for your help. > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: Helen Smith > To: [email protected] > Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2011 4:29 PM > Subject: Re: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil > Warbattlesin LA. > > > Eula and all, > I am very interested in the Civil War records that involved men from La. > I > fellow forum member had graciously given me a newspaper article that he > found about the son of my Hermann E. Lehmann which said that "one of his > sons was killed in the ranks of the Southern Army". The date of the > article > in the Picayne was Oct. 5 1866. It said that the body was being brought > back > to New Orleans and would be buried in the family tombstone. > > I have seen photos of the tombstone at St. Louis #3 and noted the names of > sons, Auguste (who I found died at age 5) and Henri (who I don't know > anything about. There was another son named Henry who moved to New York > and > died there. However he must have been another Henri/Henry. Most of the > sons > had at least two or three names. My grandfather, one of H.E. Lehmann's > sons..was named Victor Joseph Jules Lehmann, but we knew him as Victor. > I was wondering if there were some records on-line that might be available > which would reveal the name of this son who died in the Civil War in 1866. > I have seen some records of Lehmanns (but no Henri) who served in this > war, > but no dates of death, so I don't know if they connect or are not even > related. A Henri or Henry Lehmann is not found in NOPL obit search. > There > must be a record somewhere.....??? > > Newspaper articles seem to be the most informative of all. I had not > heard > of being able to join genealogy bank for just one month. Please let me > know > your experience of UN-joining. I've heard it is hard to un-subscribe to > Ancestry.com as they have your credit card and have to phone and wait for > hours get a person on the line to un-subscribe. > > Thanks for any incite, > Helen Smith > Waco, Tx > researching Lehmanns, Develles, Lavergnes, Belsoms, Martins > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Eula" <[email protected]> > To: <Undisclosed-Recipient:;> > Sent: Saturday, January 22, 2011 7:59 PM > Subject: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil War > battlesin LA. > > >> Subject: Interesting article about Civil War battles in LA. >> >> >> http://www.shreveporttimes.com/article/20110114/NEWS10/110113012/Almost-700-battles-and-skirmishes-reported-in-state >> >> dates and places are on this site, >> -------------------------------------------- >> My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and >> corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from >> www.digiportal.com >> >> ------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without >> the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >> > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- > My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and > corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from > www.digiportal.com. > -------------------------------------------- > My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and > corporate anti-spam solutions. 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    01/28/2011 06:13:11
    1. Re: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Fw: Interesting article about CivilWarbattlesin LA.
    2. Helen Smith
    3. Eula, Thank you SO MUCH for helping me with finding out more about my Lehmann who died in the "Southern" war. I guess that is not my Henry Lehmann since it has him in Iberia Parish. He would have been from Orleans Parish. And all that material from Don B. is GREAT! I have not seen that many Lehmanns (and other spellings) in Civil war listings before...... With the help of a cousin, we may be able to determine which one is ours. Thanks again, Helen ----- Original Message ----- From: "Eula" <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Friday, January 28, 2011 9:05 AM Subject: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Fw: Interesting article about CivilWarbattlesin LA. > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: [email protected] > To: [email protected] > Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2011 4:20 AM > Subject: Re: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil > Warbattlesin LA. > > > Eula > I found this information on LEHMAN, HENRY > > http://www400.sos.louisiana.gov/archives/gen/cpa-alpha.htm > > If you think this is the correct person, you can contact the > Louisiana Secretary of States office for the pages of the record > Terry > > > Louisiana Secretary of State > Confederate Pension Applications Index Database > Selected Name Detailed Data > > > Reel: CP1.84 -- Microdex 3 -- Sequence 5 > Target card: LEHMAN, HENRY > > Applicant Information & Name Variations: > > LEHMAN, HENRY > Parish: IBERIA -- Pages: 5 > > Soldier Information & Variations: > > LEHMAN, HENRY > State: LA > Branch: CAVALRY > Unit: 18TH BATTALION > Company: CO. F > > > > > > > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Eula <[email protected]> > To: Undisclosed-Recipient:; > Sent: Wed, Jan 26, 2011 7:32 pm > Subject: Fw: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil > Warbattlesin LA. > > > would you have any information on this family that could help this lady? > Thank you in advance for your help. > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: Helen Smith > To: [email protected] > Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2011 4:29 PM > Subject: Re: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil > Warbattlesin LA. > > > Eula and all, > I am very interested in the Civil War records that involved men from La. > I > fellow forum member had graciously given me a newspaper article that he > found about the son of my Hermann E. Lehmann which said that "one of his > sons was killed in the ranks of the Southern Army". The date of the > article > in the Picayne was Oct. 5 1866. It said that the body was being brought > back > to New Orleans and would be buried in the family tombstone. > > I have seen photos of the tombstone at St. Louis #3 and noted the names of > sons, Auguste (who I found died at age 5) and Henri (who I don't know > anything about. There was another son named Henry who moved to New York > and > died there. However he must have been another Henri/Henry. Most of the > sons > had at least two or three names. My grandfather, one of H.E. Lehmann's > sons..was named Victor Joseph Jules Lehmann, but we knew him as Victor. > I was wondering if there were some records on-line that might be available > which would reveal the name of this son who died in the Civil War in 1866. > I have seen some records of Lehmanns (but no Henri) who served in this > war, > but no dates of death, so I don't know if they connect or are not even > related. A Henri or Henry Lehmann is not found in NOPL obit search. > There > must be a record somewhere.....??? > > Newspaper articles seem to be the most informative of all. I had not > heard > of being able to join genealogy bank for just one month. Please let me > know > your experience of UN-joining. I've heard it is hard to un-subscribe to > Ancestry.com as they have your credit card and have to phone and wait for > hours get a person on the line to un-subscribe. > > Thanks for any incite, > Helen Smith > Waco, Tx > researching Lehmanns, Develles, Lavergnes, Belsoms, Martins > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Eula" <[email protected]> > To: <Undisclosed-Recipient:;> > Sent: Saturday, January 22, 2011 7:59 PM > Subject: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil War > battlesin LA. > > >> Subject: Interesting article about Civil War battles in LA. >> >> >> http://www.shreveporttimes.com/article/20110114/NEWS10/110113012/Almost-700-battles-and-skirmishes-reported-in-state >> >> dates and places are on this site, >> -------------------------------------------- >> My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and >> corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from >> www.digiportal.com >> >> ------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without >> the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >> > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- > My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and > corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from > www.digiportal.com. > -------------------------------------------- > My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and > corporate anti-spam solutions. 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    01/28/2011 03:28:43
    1. [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Fw: Fw: Interesting article about Civil Warbattlesin LA.
    2. Eula
    3. ----- Original Message ----- From: Don Boudreaux To: Eula Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2011 8:59 PM Subject: Re: Fw: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil Warbattlesin LA. Hi: I am attaching a text file of possible Lehmanns in the Confederate Army taken from Booth's Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers. I included all possible spellings. I have the books on disk. Don Boudreaux On 1/26/2011 7:32 PM, Eula wrote: > would you have any information on this family that could help this > lady? Thank you in advance for your help. > ----- Original Message ----- > *From:* Helen Smith <mailto:[email protected]> > *To:* [email protected] > <mailto:[email protected]> > *Sent:* Tuesday, January 25, 2011 4:29 PM > *Subject:* Re: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil > Warbattlesin LA. > > *Eula and all, > I am very interested in the Civil War records that involved men from > La. I > fellow forum member had graciously given me a newspaper article that he > found about the son of my Hermann E. Lehmann which said that "one of his > sons was killed in the ranks of the Southern Army". The date of the > article > in the Picayne was Oct. 5 1866. It said that the body was being > brought back > to New Orleans and would be buried in the family tombstone. > > I have seen photos of the tombstone at St. Louis #3 and noted the > names of > sons, Auguste (who I found died at age 5) and Henri (who I don't know > anything about. There was another son named Henry who moved to New > York and > died there. However he must have been another Henri/Henry. Most of > the sons > had at least two or three names. My grandfather, one of H.E. Lehmann's > sons..was named Victor Joseph Jules Lehmann, but we knew him as Victor. > I was wondering if there were some records on-line that might be > available > which would reveal the name of this son who died in the Civil War in > 1866. > I have seen some records of Lehmanns (but no Henri) who served in this > war, > but no dates of death, so I don't know if they connect or are not even > related. A Henri or Henry Lehmann is not found in NOPL obit search. > There > must be a record somewhere.....??? > > Newspaper articles seem to be the most informative of all. I had not > heard > of being able to join genealogy bank for just one month. Please let me > know > your experience of UN-joining. I've heard it is hard to un-subscribe to > Ancestry.com as they have your credit card and have to phone and wait for > hours get a person on the line to un-subscribe. > > Thanks for any incite, > Helen Smith > Waco, Tx > researching Lehmanns, Develles, Lavergnes, Belsoms, Martins > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Eula" <**[email protected]* <mailto:[email protected]>*> > To: <Undisclosed-Recipient:;> > Sent: Saturday, January 22, 2011 7:59 PM > Subject: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil War > battlesin LA. > > > > Subject: Interesting article about Civil War battles in LA. > > > > > > > **http://www.shreveporttimes.com/article/20110114/NEWS10/110113012/Almost-700-battles-and-skirmishes-reported-in-state* > *> > > dates and places are on this site, > *> -------------------------------------------- > > My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and > > corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail > from > > www.digiportal.com <http://www.digiportal.com> > > > > ------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > > [email protected] > <mailto:[email protected]> with the word > 'unsubscribe' without > > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] > <mailto:[email protected]> with the word > 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the > message > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and > corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail > from www.digiportal.com <http://www.digiportal.com>. > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > > No virus found in this message. > Checked by AVG - www.avg.com <http://www.avg.com> > Version: 10.0.1202 / Virus Database: 1435/3404 - Release Date: 01/26/11 > -------------------------------------------- My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from www.digiportal.com

    01/28/2011 02:15:34
    1. [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Fw: Interesting article about Civil Warbattlesin LA.
    2. Eula
    3. ----- Original Message ----- From: [email protected] To: [email protected] Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2011 4:20 AM Subject: Re: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil Warbattlesin LA. Eula I found this information on LEHMAN, HENRY http://www400.sos.louisiana.gov/archives/gen/cpa-alpha.htm If you think this is the correct person, you can contact the Louisiana Secretary of States office for the pages of the record Terry Louisiana Secretary of State Confederate Pension Applications Index Database Selected Name Detailed Data Reel: CP1.84 -- Microdex 3 -- Sequence 5 Target card: LEHMAN, HENRY Applicant Information & Name Variations: LEHMAN, HENRY Parish: IBERIA -- Pages: 5 Soldier Information & Variations: LEHMAN, HENRY State: LA Branch: CAVALRY Unit: 18TH BATTALION Company: CO. F -----Original Message----- From: Eula <[email protected]> To: Undisclosed-Recipient:; Sent: Wed, Jan 26, 2011 7:32 pm Subject: Fw: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil Warbattlesin LA. would you have any information on this family that could help this lady? Thank you in advance for your help. ----- Original Message ----- From: Helen Smith To: [email protected] Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2011 4:29 PM Subject: Re: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil Warbattlesin LA. Eula and all, I am very interested in the Civil War records that involved men from La. I fellow forum member had graciously given me a newspaper article that he found about the son of my Hermann E. Lehmann which said that "one of his sons was killed in the ranks of the Southern Army". The date of the article in the Picayne was Oct. 5 1866. It said that the body was being brought back to New Orleans and would be buried in the family tombstone. I have seen photos of the tombstone at St. Louis #3 and noted the names of sons, Auguste (who I found died at age 5) and Henri (who I don't know anything about. There was another son named Henry who moved to New York and died there. However he must have been another Henri/Henry. Most of the sons had at least two or three names. My grandfather, one of H.E. Lehmann's sons..was named Victor Joseph Jules Lehmann, but we knew him as Victor. I was wondering if there were some records on-line that might be available which would reveal the name of this son who died in the Civil War in 1866. I have seen some records of Lehmanns (but no Henri) who served in this war, but no dates of death, so I don't know if they connect or are not even related. A Henri or Henry Lehmann is not found in NOPL obit search. There must be a record somewhere.....??? Newspaper articles seem to be the most informative of all. I had not heard of being able to join genealogy bank for just one month. Please let me know your experience of UN-joining. I've heard it is hard to un-subscribe to Ancestry.com as they have your credit card and have to phone and wait for hours get a person on the line to un-subscribe. Thanks for any incite, Helen Smith Waco, Tx researching Lehmanns, Develles, Lavergnes, Belsoms, Martins ----- Original Message ----- From: "Eula" <[email protected]> To: <Undisclosed-Recipient:;> Sent: Saturday, January 22, 2011 7:59 PM Subject: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil War battlesin LA. > Subject: Interesting article about Civil War battles in LA. > > > http://www.shreveporttimes.com/article/20110114/NEWS10/110113012/Almost-700-battles-and-skirmishes-reported-in-state > > dates and places are on this site, > -------------------------------------------- > My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and > corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from > www.digiportal.com > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from www.digiportal.com. -------------------------------------------- My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from www.digiportal.com

    01/28/2011 02:05:28
    1. Re: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil War battlesin LA.
    2. Helen Smith
    3. Eula and all, I am very interested in the Civil War records that involved men from La. I fellow forum member had graciously given me a newspaper article that he found about the son of my Hermann E. Lehmann which said that "one of his sons was killed in the ranks of the Southern Army". The date of the article in the Picayne was Oct. 5 1866. It said that the body was being brought back to New Orleans and would be buried in the family tombstone. I have seen photos of the tombstone at St. Louis #3 and noted the names of sons, Auguste (who I found died at age 5) and Henri (who I don't know anything about. There was another son named Henry who moved to New York and died there. However he must have been another Henri/Henry. Most of the sons had at least two or three names. My grandfather, one of H.E. Lehmann's sons..was named Victor Joseph Jules Lehmann, but we knew him as Victor. I was wondering if there were some records on-line that might be available which would reveal the name of this son who died in the Civil War in 1866. I have seen some records of Lehmanns (but no Henri) who served in this war, but no dates of death, so I don't know if they connect or are not even related. A Henri or Henry Lehmann is not found in NOPL obit search. There must be a record somewhere.....??? Newspaper articles seem to be the most informative of all. I had not heard of being able to join genealogy bank for just one month. Please let me know your experience of UN-joining. I've heard it is hard to un-subscribe to Ancestry.com as they have your credit card and have to phone and wait for hours get a person on the line to un-subscribe. Thanks for any incite, Helen Smith Waco, Tx researching Lehmanns, Develles, Lavergnes, Belsoms, Martins ----- Original Message ----- From: "Eula" <[email protected]> To: <Undisclosed-Recipient:;> Sent: Saturday, January 22, 2011 7:59 PM Subject: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil War battlesin LA. > Subject: Interesting article about Civil War battles in LA. > > > http://www.shreveporttimes.com/article/20110114/NEWS10/110113012/Almost-700-battles-and-skirmishes-reported-in-state > > dates and places are on this site, > -------------------------------------------- > My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and > corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from > www.digiportal.com > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    01/25/2011 09:29:41
    1. [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Interesting article about Civil War battles in LA.
    2. Eula
    3. Subject: Interesting article about Civil War battles in LA. http://www.shreveporttimes.com/article/20110114/NEWS10/110113012/Almost-700-battles-and-skirmishes-reported-in-state dates and places are on this site, -------------------------------------------- My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from www.digiportal.com

    01/22/2011 12:59:10
    1. [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: [LALGS] Very Important Information Please Read
    2. Eula
    3. ----- Original Message ----- From: william thibodeaux To: Lafayette Genealogy Sent: Friday, October 22, 2010 8:17 PM Subject: [LALGS] Very Important Information Please Read Hello members of the Lafayette Genealogical Society, genealogy enthusiasts and anyone that uses the genealogy resource books, manuals, pamphlets, journals and including Father Hebert books; please be aware that the Main Branch Library will soon close and the genealogy collection that was supposed to be made available to the general public at the temporary location on Pinhook Road in Lafayette has changed. According to Ms. Domborian, Director of Lafayette Parish libraries, the owner of the proposed temporary library location has withdrawn its property from being leased to the library. Instead of selecting another site, Ms. Domborian said the genealogy resource collection will be made available at either the temporary library location on Jefferson Streetor sent to one of the other Lafayette Parish branch libraries. Several months ago I sent an email asking you to choose between the Pinhook Road location or the Jefferson Street location as the preferred place to house the genealogy collection. There was an overwhelming response; everyone chose the Pinhook Road location over the Jefferson Street site. Not a single person wanted the Jefferson Street location. Obviously everyone in and around Lafayette knows that Jefferson Street and the downtown area are high crime areas in Lafayette. The streets are usually closed or impassable for many festivals. Mardi Gras, downtown alive, Festivals Acadians and other social events effectively close nearly all businesses including the library. Most of our members are senior citizens and are very uncomfortable in this area, regardless of the time of day. Our choice (Lafayette Genealogical Society) has always been to have the genealogy collection available to the general public including genealogists at the South Regional Library. We know there is more than ample space available for the genealogy collection. Incidentally, we are the Lafayette Genealogical Society, not the Broussard, Scott or Carencro Genealogical Society. We prefer the genealogy collection to remain in the city of Lafayette and preferably at the South Regional Library. I plan to ask for a meeting with Joey Durel, our Lafayette Parish president. However, in the meantime I strongly recommend and encourage you to talk, write, call, and email a friend who may be able to help us. Following are the names and contact information of some of the members of the Lafayette Parish Government and the Library Board of Directors: Joey Durel, Lafayette Parish President phone: 337 291 8300 Email: [email protected] and his mailing address is: P.O. Box 4017-C Lafayette, 70502 LafayetteParish Councilmen: Dist. 1. Purvis Morrison 291 8801 [email protected] Dist. 2. Jay Castille 291 8802 [email protected] Dist. 3. Brandon Shelvin 291 8803 [email protected] Dist. 4. Kenneth Boudreaux 291 8804 [email protected] Dist. 5. Jared Bellard 291 8805 [email protected] Dist. 6. Sam Dore 291 8806 [email protected] Dist. 7. Don Bertrand 291 8807 [email protected] Dist. 8. Keith Patin 291 8808 [email protected] Dist. 9. William Theriot 291 8809 [email protected] LafayetteParish Library Board of Directors: Sona J. Dombourian [email protected] Jean T. Kreamer [email protected], Teresa Elberson [email protected] Lisa Breaux [email protected] Andrew Duhon [email protected] This is the time to take action; please take the time to contact all of the above and help preserve your genealogical society. Thank you, William J. Thibodeaux ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message -------------------------------------------- My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from www.digiportal.com

    10/23/2010 03:10:23
    1. [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Bourriage
    2. Thanks Helen from Waco, TX. I'll sign up for that. Good idea. Leah Fort Worth, TX

    10/10/2010 09:47:05
    1. Re: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Bourriague
    2. Helen Smith
    3. Leah, I have found a lot of material on-line. I don't know anything about your parish, but there are a lot of parish records on-line on rootsweb. Google for that. You might want to join the LAORLEAN forum at rootsweb. There are a lot of very helpful members on that forum and it is very active. Helen Smith Waco, TX -------------------------------------------------- From: <[email protected]> Sent: Sunday, October 10, 2010 12:39 PM To: <[email protected]> Subject: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Bourriague > I am wondering if any one has ever tried to link the Bourriague families > of > Louisiana back to France. My uncle was Joseph Constant Bourriague who > married Mary Beulah Chauvin in Gueydan, Vermilion Parish, Louisiana. His > father > was Joseph Bourriague and mother, Matilda Theriot. > > Joseph and wife, Mary Beulah, lived for awhile in the Gueydan area and > also > in St. Martinville. They eventually moved to and settled in Port Neches, > Jefferson County, Texas. > > Leah > [email protected] > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    10/10/2010 08:31:07
    1. [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Bourriague
    2. I am wondering if any one has ever tried to link the Bourriague families of Louisiana back to France. My uncle was Joseph Constant Bourriague who married Mary Beulah Chauvin in Gueydan, Vermilion Parish, Louisiana. His father was Joseph Bourriague and mother, Matilda Theriot. Joseph and wife, Mary Beulah, lived for awhile in the Gueydan area and also in St. Martinville. They eventually moved to and settled in Port Neches, Jefferson County, Texas. Leah [email protected]

    10/10/2010 07:39:52
    1. [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Genealogy Meeting October 9, 2010 at OGHS South Campus
    2. Eula
    3. Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2010 7:33 PM Subject: Genealogy Meeting October 9, 2010 at OGHS South Campus The next meeting for the Imperial St. Landry Genealogical & Historical Society will be held on October 9, 2010 - speaker John Hickey - "The Spanish in the Galvez Expedition, including those from the Canary Islands" - 10 AM Saturday in Conference room of the SOUTH CAMPUS of Opelousas General Hospital (3983 I-49 South Service Road - exit 15) Free and open to the Public. Coffee served beginning at 9:30 AM. -------------------------------------------- My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from www.digiportal.com

    10/06/2010 02:21:25
    1. [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Imperial St. Landry - Special ARCHIVES Seminar on November 13, 2010
    2. Eula
    3. Subject: Fw: Imperial St. Landry - Special ARCHIVES Seminar on November 13, 2010 Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2010 8:17 PM Subject: Imperial St. Landry - Special ARCHIVES Seminar on November 13, 2010 November 13, 2010- 9:00 a.m. till 12:00 noon. OGHS - South Campus (old Doctor's Hospital): 3983 I-49 South Service road - exit 15) - Conference Room - Registration required Special ARCHIVES Seminar - a basic workshop FREE & open to public, genealogists, historians. "Organizing Family Papers - the Building Blocks to local History" Presenter - Gerald Patout, Library Director LSUE. Registration required to assure a place. Information and registration form are attached or can be downloaded at http://imperialstlandry.org . Return registration form to Imperial St. Landry Genealogical & Historical Society, PO Box 118, Opelousas, LA 70571-0118 -------------------------------------------- My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from www.digiportal.com

    10/06/2010 02:17:00
    1. [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: [LALGS] Lafayette Parish Library Board Meeting
    2. Eula
    3. please email --mr. william thibodeaux and give your opinion === as to the importance of keeping all of our genealogy records in one place so that all interested individuals have access to finding family records. thank you for your support. ----- Original Message ----- From: william thibodeaux To: Lafayette Genealogy Sent: Friday, July 30, 2010 3:26 PM Subject: [LALGS] Lafayette Parish Library Board Meeting The Lafayette Parish Library board is having a meeting on Monday Aug. 2, 2010 beginning at 5:00 p.m. It is a public meeting, everyone is invited. I have talked with Ms. Trish this morning about the meeting and she informed me that they are all well aware of the Lafayette Genealogical Society's wants and needs, which is to keep all of the genealogy books, journals, pamphlets, manuals, periodicals and genealogy publications together. And we need access to these books and documents in one centralized location and not divided to several other locations. I plan to attend and welcome everyone to come by and hear what is being planned for our library. Monday morning at 9:00 a.m. I will be at CC's for coffee and talk, please come by if you have a chance. More later, William ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message -------------------------------------------- My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from www.digiportal.com

    07/30/2010 10:06:51
    1. [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: PRESS RELEASE: Acadian Memorial Festival 2010
    2. Eula
    3. of interest to all. -----Original Message----- From: St. Martinville Tourism Department <[email protected]> To: undisclosed-recipients:; Sent: Mon, Mar 1, 2010 10:10 am Subject: PRESS RELEASE: Acadian Memorial Festival 2010 PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: FEBRUARY 10, 2010 - MARCH 20, 2010 CONTACT: BRENDA COMEAUX TRAHAN, ACADIAN MEMORIAL CURATOR, 337.394.2258 The theme of the 2010 Acadian Memorial Festival is Acadians: Bayou Teche to Atchafalaya. The festival, a museum style celebration of the Acadian Settlers in Louisiana, will be held on Saturday, March 20, 2010 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in St. Martinville. Festival Kickoff is Friday, March 19, 2010 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. All events are free and open to the public. The Acadian Memorial Foundation Board and the City of St. Martinville want to share the highlights to entice your presence. The history and stories step right out of the museum and Memorial to showcase the Acadian Cajun culture and traditions loaded with visuals and fun for all ages. Festival kickoff will be a Downtown Promenade around historic Church Square. Join us for an Art Walk through downtown businesses, Crawfish Boil, tour of St. Martin de Tours Catholic Church and introduction of the 2010 Festival’s honored families, Breaux and Guidry. Advance tickets for the crawfish are on sale by the L’Ordre du Bon Temps. Brief family meetings can be arranged, please contact us for accommodations. Festival day is old fashioned Cajun fun set in Evangeline Oak Park. Acadian costumes are encouraged. Join us for family reunions, music, cuisine, history, lectures, theatre, film, demonstrations, storytelling and kids’ activities, wooden boat parade/exhibit, antique cars, and much more. Voices of the Atchafalaya, a traveling exhibit of photography and sound, will be on display. Special guests will include author Gerard-Marc Braud and Maryannick Braud of Nantes, France and artist Georgette Bourgeois of Nova Scotia, Canada. Cracklins, boudin, jambalaya, fried fish, cush cush, Cajun sweets, etc. will be cooked on site. Beverages of all types will be available. Anyone interested in selling their Cajun products may rent a booth. The Reenactment of the Arrival of the Acadians on Bayou Teche takes place at 1 p.m. on festival day. Bring your children, grandchildren and elderly family members for this opportunity to reconnect with all Cajun families! We are looking for two to four members from the Breaux and Guidry families to ride in pirogues or barges. Acadian Dress circa 1764 is required. Please contact us to make arrangements. All Cajun family associations should join in a huge welcome of the Acadians arrival in St. Martinville. Let us make this the biggest day ever! For more information or to volunteer, contact us at 337-394.2258 337-288-2681 or [email protected] Please visit our websites at www.acadianmemorial.org and www.stmartinville.org for schedule updates. -------------------------------------------- My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from www.digiportal.com

    03/01/2010 11:39:36
    1. Re: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] cemeteries in St. Charles Parish
    2. Daniel Curole
    3. Yes it is the same church. Cheryl ________________________________ From: Helen Smith <[email protected]> To: [email protected] Sent: Wed, February 24, 2010 4:02:05 PM Subject: [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] cemeteries in St. Charles Parish I just found the cemetery listing for St. Charles Borromeo.  I am wondering if this is the same as the "Little Red Church"? Page 1 has the oldest records.  I see names such as Kinler, Labranche, Fortier, and many others. See: http://www.stcharlesparish.jwebre.com/cemeteries/st%20charles%20borromeo/st_chas_1.htm Main page is: http://www.stcharlesparish.jwebre.com/cemeteries/cemeteries.htm Helen Smith ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    02/24/2010 01:57:42
    1. [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] cemeteries in St. Charles Parish
    2. Helen Smith
    3. I just found the cemetery listing for St. Charles Borromeo. I am wondering if this is the same as the "Little Red Church"? Page 1 has the oldest records. I see names such as Kinler, Labranche, Fortier, and many others. See: http://www.stcharlesparish.jwebre.com/cemeteries/st%20charles%20borromeo/st_chas_1.htm Main page is: http://www.stcharlesparish.jwebre.com/cemeteries/cemeteries.htm Helen Smith

    02/24/2010 09:02:05
    1. [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Bayon, D'Aquin and Lehmann
    2. Helen Smith
    3. Is anyone studying the Bayons or D'Aquins? (Gustave D'Aquin married the sister of my Victor Lehmann. He went to New York and was active as a musician there). Also, is anyone studying the Lehmann family in New Orleans? My Hermann Edward Lehmann was a musician in New Orleans and found there as early as 1836. Helen Smith Waco, Tx

    02/16/2010 09:37:09
    1. [LA-FRENCH-GERMAN] Fw: Arthur W Bergeron, Jr
    2. Eula
    3. Subject: Fwd: Arthur W Bergeron, Jr from Louisiana Civil War message board and sending orbituary seperately..Terry Randy Jarreau of the Baton Rouge Civil War Roundtable: Ladies and Gentlemen: Dr. Arthur W. Bergeron, Historian, passed away on Monday February 8, 2010 in Pennsylvania. I received correspondence from several people (including Richard Holloway & Charles Neal of the Civil War Round Table of Central LA and Debbie Nance & Danny Brown of the B.R. Civil War Round Table), and have combined the information gleaned from these to provide the following: As most of you know, Art, a central Louisiana native, wrote many books and articles about the Civil War in our state. If anyone had a question about the War, he was the one that was asked and he always found the answer being sought. According to Art's sister, Sarah McDuffie, regarding Art's death: He was taken to the hospital in Carlysle, PA. on Friday & had trouble breathing. He was placed on a ventilator, since his cancer had spread to his lungs, to await the arrival of his family. After everyone had arrived in Shippensburg, his wife (Carol) and his daughter (Kathleen) made the difficult decision Monday to take him off of life-support. He died about 5 minutes later. This was a rare and aggressive cancer that attacked his kidneys. Art was diagnosed in early October and despite treatment his tumor had grown significantly by the time he had surgery in late December. Art had the best of care from some of the nation's leading cancer surgeon's at Johns Hopkins, but there was nothing they could do. Carol and Kathleen did everything they could to keep Art comfortable. As you all well know, Art did not like fuss or attention. In keeping with his wishes there will be only a private family service on Wednesday (Feb. 10, 2010) before Art is cremated. Art's ashes will go home to Louisiana to be placed with those of his mother Elsie. The service will be at the Fogelsanger-Bricker Funeral Home in Shippensburg. As will be no surprise to those of you who knew him well, Art definitely did not want flowers. The funeral home will be setting up a page for messages to the family. It's not up yet, but the obituary index page is at http://www.fogelsanger-brickerfuneralhome.com/obituaries.html Instead of flowers the family suggests donations to the March of Dimes or American Cancer Society . Art will be missed by many. -------------------------------------------- My mailbox is spam-free with ChoiceMail, the leader in personal and corporate anti-spam solutions. Download your free copy of ChoiceMail from www.digiportal.com

    02/11/2010 11:18:22