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USGS, <mailto:gnis_manager@usgs.gov>, Mon May 26 10:47:46 2008
Boon on H. Kennedy Road Needs GIS Location
Located at State Line, La. about 2 miles east on the North of the Angie Highway. Location per URL 1966 http://files.usgwarchives.org/la/washington/cemeteries/vol_4/boon.txt Source: Cemetery Records: Louisiana, Vol. IV, page 23. Documented and compiled by Mrs. R.A. Magee, Franklinton, La. and Mrs. Doyle L. Bateman, Baton Rouge, La. 1966 Contributed by Mrs. Dixie Sylvest Moss. Location per URL 1995 http://files.usgwarchives.org/la/washington/cemeteries/wpghs/boon.txt STATE LINE, LA. about 1 mile East of Stateline, off Hwy. 438 on Harry Kennedy Road. Copied 1-7-1995 by Barbara K. Taylor LAT and LONG GIS Unknown Feature ID: 543946 Name: Boon Cemetery Class: Cemetery Description: Located in SW 1/4 Citation: Hines, E.H. Cemetery Census of North Washington Parish, Louisiana. Baker, Louisiana, 1983. p41 Entry Date: 01-Sep-1992 Elevation(ft/m)*: / PLSS: sec 37,T1S,R13E,Saint Helena Mer
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Webmaster, <michellezenner@yahoo.com>, Wed May 28 10:11:50 2008
Line Creek Church cemetery
Does anyone know where this is located?
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Glynn McCalman, <glynnmc@charter.net>, Fri Jun 6 17:45:39 2008

Someone asked about Line Creek Cemetery. I suspect that is the one in northern Caddo Parish near Ida, Louisiana. Magees, Bickhams Bankstons (and probably others) migrated from Washington Parish to that corner of the ArkLaTex.
  


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Webmaster, <>, Fri Jun 13 17:23:14 2008
Line Creek Cemetery - Caddo Parish Louisiana
URL Line Creek Cemetery http://files.usgwarchives.org/la/caddo/cemeteries/linecreek.txt
  


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webmaster, <>, Tue Oct 21 09:13:14 2008
Washington Parish Census Records
Updated information as URL's were bad at the sites I visited today. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~washingtonparish/census .html
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Me, <me@yahoo.com>, Sun Jun 28 14:44:10 2009
Haw Pond
Where is Haw Pond Cemetery? That's a new one to me. Updated search engines.
  


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webmaster, <me@yahoo.com>, Sun Jun 28 14:47:53 2009
Haw Pond Cemetery
Haw Pond Cemetery is at Stateline, MS per c. 2000 obit. That's why I've never heard of it -- it is located in Mississippi.
  


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Webmaster, <michellezenner@yahoo.com>, Mon Apr 19 07:42:17 2010
Lucious Crain Cemetery
Louis Crain Cemetery is noted to be within one mile of Lucious Crain Cemetery. There are other Crain cemeteries near State Line that are not listed on the LA Gen Web USGenWeb site: http://theusgenweb.org/la/washington/cemetery.htm Many of these cemeteries have transcriptions online, but are not linked on this page.
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Bana Elzein, <belzein@gmail.com>, Wed Aug 18 15:26:28 2010
Grimes
My family arrived in Louisiana from England in October 1873 and lived in Washington Parish for at least 3 and as many as 5 years. My Great great grandmother was born in Washington Parish but I don't know where exactly. The family arrived with some elderly grandparents for whom I can find no records. There is a potential that they died in in Washington Parish, Louisiana. From what I can tell, records were not kept at that time by anything other than the churches. I have no idea what church they would have belonged to but they were married in the Church of England church back in England so I would assume one of the Protestant churchs. I'm hopeful that they may appear in one of the cemeteries. Anyways I'm seeking: Osborn Grimes b. 1809 Ingoldisthorpe, Norfolk, UK and/or Phoebe Medlar Grimes b. 1816 Shernborne, Norfolk, UK Both would have lived in Washington Parish before potentially moving on to Kansas unless they did indeed die in Louisiana. Thanks
  


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Lori, <lorintrevor@gmail.com>, Wed Jul 9 18:49:12 2014

Hello! I am trying to complete my family history and have hit a road block. I have found my ancestors. with last names Calhoun and Peters. first names "John" Dougal Calhoun married to Mary or polly Peters. Her Dad is Nathaniel Peters. All lived in lees creek Washington in the 1800's and maybe before that. I am positive they had to be buried there. Finding their graves would be a huge break through and would maybe make it possible to find their parents. Does anyone know where they could have been buried back then? which cemeteries are that old? please let me know any information will be helpful. I am desperate and wish I could get over there. I live in AZ though. Thanks for your time.