Louisiana Cemeteries

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{{Adoption LAGenWeb}} Twenty-two volumes of Louisiana tombstone inscriptions were collected by members of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) and deposited with the [[Daughters_of_the_American_Revolution_(DAR)_Library|DAR Library]] in Washington, D.C. These were microfilmed in 1970 and are available at the Family History Library (Family History Library {{FHL|339233|title-id|disp=films 854861-63 and 855248-50}}). Another DAR collection containing tombstone inscriptions is described in the [[Louisiana Genealogy|“Genealogy”]] section.  
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{{Adoption LAGenWeb}} Twenty-two volumes of Louisiana tombstone inscriptions were collected by members of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) and deposited with the [[Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Library|DAR Library]] in Washington, D.C. These were microfilmed in 1970 and are available at the Family History Library (Family History Library {{FHL|339233|title-id|disp=films 854861-63 and 855248-50}}). Another DAR collection containing tombstone inscriptions is described in the [[Louisiana Genealogy|“Genealogy”]] section.  
  
 
The Family History Library also has 210 microfilms of New Orleans cemetery records. These are listed in the catalog under  
 
The Family History Library also has 210 microfilms of New Orleans cemetery records. These are listed in the catalog under  
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Lincoln Parish:&nbsp;&nbsp; Pruitt Cemetery (originally located in Bienville Parish, however, parish lines changed).  
 
Lincoln Parish:&nbsp;&nbsp; Pruitt Cemetery (originally located in Bienville Parish, however, parish lines changed).  
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== '''Louisiana Cemetery Preservation''' ==
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[http://louisianacemeteries.angelfire.com Home Page for Louisiana Cemetery Preservation]
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*File a cemetery report
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*Update a cemetery report
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*View Saving Graves Louisiana reports archives
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*View photographs of cemeteries
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[http://la-cemeteries.com <span style="text-decoration: underline;">LA-Cemeteries.com</span>]
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Photos, maps, transcriptions and history
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[[Category:Louisiana|Cemeteries]]
 
[[Category:Louisiana|Cemeteries]]

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  Twenty-two volumes of Louisiana tombstone inscriptions were collected by members of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) and deposited with the DAR Library in Washington, D.C. These were microfilmed in 1970 and are available at the Family History Library (Family History Library films 854861-63 and 855248-50). Another DAR collection containing tombstone inscriptions is described in the “Genealogy” section.

The Family History Library also has 210 microfilms of New Orleans cemetery records. These are listed in the catalog under

LOUISIANA, ORLEANS, NEW ORLEANS - CEMETERIES.

Cemeteries in the States in Louisiana

Bienville Parish:  Bear Creek Cemetery

Lincoln Parish:   Pruitt Cemetery (originally located in Bienville Parish, however, parish lines changed).

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Louisiana Cemetery Preservation

Home Page for Louisiana Cemetery Preservation

  • File a cemetery report
  • Update a cemetery report
  • View Saving Graves Louisiana reports archives
  • View photographs of cemeteries

LA-Cemeteries.com

Photos, maps, transcriptions and history