First settlers of Catahoula Parish, Louisiana, 1808-1839

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Statementcompiled by Carol Young Knight.
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LC ClassificationsF377.C3 K56 1983
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Pagination162 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3274660M
LC Control Number83197522

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===== First Settlers of Catahoula Parish, Louisiana Self-Published by Carol Young Knight (C). Permission to upload received June Prepared and uploaded by Annette Carpenter Womack CONVEYANCE RECORDS OF CATAHOULA PARISH, LA.

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Catahoula Parish County Courthouse Bushley Street; PO Box Harrisonburg, LA Phone: Parish Clerk has 1808-1839 book records from During the first three years of his College life he wrote his name William Henry Huntington. He studied law after graduation, and in was admitted to the bar in Hartford, but practiced there for only a few months.

He settled in Trinity, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana, about twenty-five miles west of Natchez, where he became a planter. Early Catahoula Parish Marriages, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana, census index / Frances T. Ingmire. by Ingmire, Frances Terry.

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Permission to upload received June Prepared and uploaded by Annette Carpenter Womack. CONVEYANCE RECORDS OF CATAHOULA PARISH, LA. BOOK A - WORK IN PROCESS PLEASE BE PATIENT. FILES LINKED HAVE BEEN UPLOADED. Catahoula Parish lays claim to its namesake Catahoula Leopard dog breed. The Catahoula breed was owned by Colonel James "Jim" Bowie of the Alamo and his brother Rezin Bowie, both of Louisiana.

During the early s, Theodore Roosevelt used the Catahoula when hunting. Louisiana Governor Earl Kemp Long also collected these dogs. Geography. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the parish. Buy First settlers of Catahoula Parish, Louisiana, by Carol Young Knight (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Genalogical & historical books about various Parishes in Louisiana. Early Catahoula Parish Marriages, Census of Catahoula Parish, Louisiana Carol Knight.

Emily Turpin Scott Papers, First Settlers of Catahoula Parish, Louisiana, Carol Young Knight. Aledo, TX: C.Y. Knight, Henry B. 'First Settlers of Catahoula Parish, Louisiana published by Carol Young Knight has a reference to Richard Boles: Conveyance Records of Catahoula Parish p.

# C 6 April RICHARD BOLES for $($ paid by 5 bales of cotton - balance to be paid by promissory note) by JESSE KISER, sells to KISER 80 acres - east half of NE. First Settlers of Catahoula Parish, Louisiana: Published by Carol Young Knight, Pages 8 & 9 (Conveyance Records of Catahoula Parish, Book A, 93A & A).

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[21] Register of Receipts, Opelousas Land District, Orleans Territory,Register’s Book 6, Page (Transcripts of abstracts provided by Houston Tracy Jr). Catahoula Parish (La.) This is a placeholder reference for a Place entity, related to a WorldCat Entity.

Over time, these references will be replaced with persistent URIs to VIAF, FAST, WorldCat, and other Linked Data resources. The purpose of this page is to list resources and records pertaining to the first families of the Colony of Louisiana.

In La Salle, planning to colonize on the Mississippi River, was swept off-course and his party of ships landed at Matagorda Bay, Texas. First Settlers of Catahoula Parish, Louisiana: Published by Carol Young Knight, Page 34 (Conveyance Records of Catahoula Parish, Book BB).

[23] American State Papers: Documents of the Congress of the United States in Relation to the Public Lands, Volume 7, Pages, & book a - ===== conveyance records of catahoula parish, la. - BOOK B (continued) 1B 1 February - Sale of plantation containing arpens for $20, - RICHARD LOVELACE to MOSES KING 2B 18 March The estate of CHARLES McBRIDE is offered at acres on Hemphill Creek - JOHN HOLLEY -is the ELIAS CARTER - $ First Settlers of Catahoula Parish, Louisiana: Published by Carol Young Knight.

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Submitted by Annette Carpenter Womack Date: June CONVEYANCE RECORDS OF CATAHOULA PARISH, LA. BOOK A - 52C [no date, but listed under ] BENNETT ROBERTS of the Parish of Ouachita sell to JOHN SCHGGINS. Henry Humble, Sr.

was the first died on his way home from the association in " (2.)First Settlers of Catahoula Parish, Louisiana Self-Published by Carol Young Knight Conveyance Records ofCatahoula Parish, La.

Book A, C, MaThomas Banks and Patterson and Philpot of the. So, I began my research early in and now I'm ready to share what I have found.

METHODOLOGY 1. Research and Review the publications "First Settlers of Catahoula Parish, LouisianaSelf-Published by Carol Young Knight (C)"Hunting for Bears", Catahoula Parish, to achieve a better understand of the land ownership in early.

The first known inhabitants of the area that would become Catahoula Parish were the Mound Builders, B.C. – A. Four tribes made up this woodland couture: Cole’s Creek, Deasonville, Troyville, and Marksville. In DeSoto’s travels brought him to the area. His company, because of sickness and war, was now reduced to about men.

Catahoula became a parish in Within thirty years, 4, people had moved into the area. A contemporary described these settlers as "a bold hardy American population."6 The first Amer ican settlers moved into a large diverse land area of approx imately 1, square miles situated in the north central part of the state.

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.

The first white settlers began moving to the area in the late ’s and were hunters and traders. After the Louisiana Purchase insettlers began to move to the bluffs of Catahoula Lake and the northern bank of the Little River.

In when the Territory of Orleans was divided, present day LaSalle became part of Rapides parish. A great resource for early Catahoula Research is "First Settlers of Catahoula Parish, Louisiana  First Settlers of Catahoula Parish, Louisiana: Published by Carol Young Knight.

Submitted by Annette Carpenter Womack Date: June CONVEYANCE RECORDS OF CATAHOULA PARISH, LA.- BOOK A -   CATAHOULA PARISH CEMETERIES Page 1 of 2. Nearest City/Town.

by Martin Gauthier Rev 5 (Jan. 8, ) L I S T. P H O T O S. F A G. M A I L. G P S. G o o g l e. C S A. Aarons Cemetery: Harrisonburg? Ackland Creek Cemetery: Jonesville: Ackland Creek & Greater St. Mary Baptist Cemetery: First United Methodist Cemetery: Jonesville: 4: Fisher.