Rapides Parish, Louisiana

Posted Queries for July 2006 thru February 2007



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CLARK, COBB posted by on Saturday, July 29, 2006

My grandfather, Joe/Joseph COBB, married Anna CLARK. They had 3 children named Barney, Arlen (Orlen), and Fannie. Anybody have a date of birth/date of death on Joseph Cobb or Anna Clark? They could have been in one or all of these parishes (Rapides, Natchitoches, Provncal... Louisiana) between 1870s-1920s.

HAYS, PILGRIM posted by Diana Stevens on Monday, September 4, 2006

Martha Alice HAYS PILGRIM died about April, 1929. In 1920 she lived with her son, Vincent W PILGRIM in Calcasieu. Does anyone know where she is buried?

BANKSON, MARIS posted by Martha Lyle on Thursday, October 19, 2006

Looking for burial site for John C. BANKSON, died 16 Apr 1822 in Alexandria, Rapides Parish. He was born in Baltimore in 1798, and was possibly in LA in 1822 on business. His father, John W. Bankson had a lumber business in Baltimore. John C. left an wife, Sarah MARIS BANKSON, who remarried after John's death.

ARCHINARD, YOUNG posted by Rhonda F. Gordon on Friday, November 17, 2006

I am trying to find the birth, baptism, and/or burial record and location of my great, great, great, great grandmother (from Rapides Parish) which is missing from our family tree. Her name was Valentine Pauline ARCHINARD YOUNG: born December 28, 1851 and she died on Wednesday, January 26, 1887 at 8:00 p.m. She was the daughter of Dr. John ARCHINARD of Alexandria, Louisiana (or just Rapides Parish). He was a Planter and maybe a Plantation owner in the early 1800's. She married Zachary Taylor YOUNG, II MD, a physician and planter from Ville Platte, LA on December 20, 1880 and had 4 children. Upon her death in St. Landry parish in 1887, we know her body was taken from St. Landry Parish to Rapides Parish for burial by her family, and that her family was a prominent Catholic family in the area during that day. We also know the Archinard family history showed they owned property in Rapides Parish that may have been donated for a cemetary at one point in time, but we have no other records to trace the Archinard family history and find the cemetery she is resting in. Could you please direct me in my search? I've already contacted the Catholic Church for any information, but records from that time period were destroyed in a Cathedral fire. I've seen the exellent list of burial locations in Alexandria posted on your websites, but I can't access the weblink to see the list of names in the volumes, it is not working. Could you please tell me what historical records may be available from that time period from Rapides Parish that may help me find her; and how to access that weblink? The anniversary of both her marriage to my great, great, great great grandfather, and the anniversary of her death is approaching in December and Id like to find her grave and pay my respects to her at Christmas time. Any guidance you can give me would be appreciated. I do plan to visit the Alexandria Historical & Geneology Library personally, very soon! Thank you very much for your time. Sincerely,

DAVIS posted by Earl Davis on Thursday, January 4, 2007

Looking for information on Richard DAVIS who moved to Rapide parish around 1846 with his wife Viney and children. I'd appreciate any help on his parents or siblings.

PETERSON, WHITE posted by Sherry Wells on Thursday, February 8, 2007

Hello, I am trying to find information on my Grandfather. His name was one of the following: Gus WHITE, Guster WHITE, or Augustus WHITE. He was born on August 10, 1896 in Forest Hill, Louisiana. He had a sister named Clara. If anyone has information please let me know. I have been told that the surname of PETERSON might be related.

HENDRICKS, HOGGATT posted by Glynda Ford Ellman on Sunday, February 11, 2007

Want to make a connection with anyone who descends from a R.W. HENDRICKS, listed in 1860 census of Rapides Parish, Pineville LA. R.W. is listed as an Engineer from GA. Others in the home are a person of special interest to me, Nancy HOGGATT, age 26, LA. and 2 children, probably Hoggatts, Talbot 2 and Lucy 6/12. Want to find out the connection between this Hendricks man and the Hoggatt woman. Also in Pineville is a Lucy HOGGATT, age 67, of S.C. and Phillip C. HOGGATT. I am looking for my great-grandmother and what Hendricks man she was married to later since she has 2 Hendricks children, Lee Roy and Francis K. or Fannie. Will share what I do have on my families but cannot help with identity of this family until I research it more. One other clue is there is a Rufus HENDRICKS, who died in Sebastian County AR. in 1869 and he would be the same age as this R.W. listed above. Any help with finding the identity of these people greatly appreciated.!

DAWSON, DENHAM, MCCORMICK, TOOMBS posted by Sandra on Saturday, February 17, 2007

Looking for any information on a John DAWSON, who was a planter in Rapides parish, LA around 1870. I am trying to connect my ancestor, Thomas DAWSON, with this John DAWSON, as Thomas DAWSON owned land in Rapides parish in the early 1800's. Thomas Dawson was thought to be originally from VA and moved to Wilkinson Co., MS in the late 1700's. He was married to a Mary DENHAM.This Thomas DAWSON had a brother, my direct line ancestor, William DAWSON, who was married to Dinah MCCORMICK of Rockbridge Co., VA and a brother, Robert DAWSON, who moved from MS to Georgia and was married to Sarah DAWSON TOOMBS. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

GASPARD, GOSPE, GOSS, GOSSEE, REED, SAYES, WILEY, WOODSON posted by BJ Manning on Friday, February 23, 2007

I am searching for any info on the REED family in 1850 Rapides Par. census; no husband listed; Laura Reed 32 b.La; Robert 13 b. La Madison 12 b. La. Mary Ann 8 b. La. Bartholomew 4 b.La; Harriet (Reed) ? GOSPE, 15, md. to Samuel ?Gospe (could be GOSS, GASPARD, GOSSEE etc.). This family was living next door to Charles Wiley/Angeline(Reed) WILEY family. Believe The missing Reed husband to be sister to Angeline Wiley. Robert md #1 Margaret Wiley, had 3 children; md#2 Marianne SAYES, had 6 children. Madison md Martha Ann (Wiley)Woodson,widow of Thomas WOODSON. Harriet (Reed) Gospe is on 1860 Rapides census with 5 children, no husband. Can't find other children, or Laura on 1860 census. Any info would be much appreciated, and would be glad to exchange any info.

EBEY, EBY, SMITH, TERRELL posted by BJ Manning on Friday, February 23, 2007

I am searching for Any info on the following families: EBEY, EBY, TERRELL,SMITH. Annie Ruth (TERRELL) SMITH md. John H. EBEY in Wilkinson Co. MS; lived in Rapides and Avoyelles Par,La. Annie Ruth was md. To unknown SMITH @ 1883-1886, and had 3 sons: Elmo, Samuel, Frank. Annie Ruth was b. 1867 in Vicksburg, Ms, d. 1930 in La.. Annie Ruth and John EBEY had 5 children. Any descendents of either families are welcome. Any info at all will be greatly appreciated. Would be glad to exchange info.


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