by J.P. Frazier in [Pittsburg, Tex.] (611 Cypress St., Pittsburg 75686) .
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by John Purnell Frazier.|
|LC Classifications||F368 .F73 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1 > :|
|LC Control Number||87150945|
To submit a cemetery, please contact: Louisiana Tombstone Transcription Manager Gina Brown. Please understand, we are unable to respond to queries about ancestors, cemeteries, or do lookups! If a cemetery is not listed we have no further information. containing tombstone inscriptions is described in the “Genealogy” section of this outline. The Family History Library also has microfilms of New Orleans cemetery records. These are listed in the catalog under LOUISIANA, ORLEANS, NEW ORLEANS - CEMETERIES. F L Part of these films are available at the BYU Size: KB. Tombstone Inscriptions of Northwest Louisiana Cemeteries compiled by John Purnell Frazier (John Purnell Frazier, ) From the Family Tree Sourcebook Also available: the State Research Guide Book, State Research Guides CD and The Researcher’s Guide to American Genealogy. Free access to Louisiana cemetery records and tombstone inscriptions. No Subscription Required. Research your Louisiana genealogy for free by searching and viewing Louisiana cemetery records. Voted best genealogy website.
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Below is a list of tombstone symbols that can be found across the U.S. and their meanings. This list is by no means comprehensive. If you have examples of tombstone symbols in our nation that are not included here, please send them to the United States Genealogy & History Network: [email protected] For a list of abbreviations found on tombstones across the United States, visit our Tombstone. Listing of Greenwood Cemetery in Ruston, Louisiana. CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS OF LINCOLN PARISH, LOUISIANA VOLUME III By Claudie & Betty B. Hodges. () pp, index, #JW/ $ Listings of Alabama Presbyterian, Autrey, Beulah, Bond, Brothers, Bryan, Calcote-Powell, Choudrant, Culbertson. Most companies will mainly charge based on the number of letters that will be on the tombstone. Some professionals may charge per word. For example, a word engraving job on a granite tombstone could cost $ to $ while a larger job that has inscriptions on both . Lest we forget: a record of tombstone inscriptions: Red River Parish, Louisiana, and vicinity by Sealy, Gwen Bradford. Call Number: LACOL FR32 S43 National register evaluation of the Bayou Jean Louis Cemetery (16SM89), Atchafalaya Basin Project, St. Martin Parish, Louisiana .