Elaine R. English Thu Oct 3
Looking for information concerning the McDANIEL family in Tangipahoa Parish. Susie Kathryn McDANIEL HURST and her husband John Quincy HURST are buried in Tangipahoa Cemetery. Also, so to be buried there in an unmarked grave is Susie's mother, Lucretia RAWLINSON McDANIEL, wife of Micajah McDANIEL. Susie and John were married in Amite Co., MS. Need information on the family members who moved to Tangipahoa. Will share what I have. Elaine Randall English
Martha Sue Wright
Thu Oct10 13:02:46 1996
Seeking parents of Alma BRABHAM (b. 1900, d. 1926, Tangipahoa Parish, LA), who married Hollis HILBUN in Tangipahoa Parish on 26 August 1916. She is buried in the Hilbun Cemetery located 1/2 mile west of Line Creek Church of God. The known children of this couple were: Joseph E. Hilbun (b. abt 1917, LA) and Evalin Hilbun (b. abt 1919, LA). Were these all of their children? Would also like to contact descendants of Alma Brabham Hilbun.
Dave Sanders Thu Oct 24
20:47:22 1996, Sun 29 Mar 1998 13:01:58
I am looking for information on my father, Frank (no middle name) SANDERS I have very little info on his early years. He listed his birthday as March 2, 1900 and also March 2, 1902. He said he was from a large family and ran away from home at age 15 and joined the Navy during WW1. He was married in 1932? and had a son named Frank Jr. I met Frank Jr. for the first time last year, after always being told he had died during the Korean War. My father married my mother Gertrude Mae JOHNSON in New London Ct. in 1944.On my fathers Marriage licence to his first wife the best man was listed as Arley Sanders possibly from Arcola La.
I have some additional info on his parents. Charles ( Cass ) Sanders ( b. about 1862 ) married Georgia VERNON ( b. about 1870 ) on 1/3/1889. Both of Charles parents were born in La. In the 1910 Census they had 8 children listed as Bingo s 17 Farm Laborer, Mammie d 14 Farm Laborer, Jesse s 12 Farm Laborer, Frank s 9 ( possibly my father ), Toby s 7, Busby s 5, Shadieux s 3, Sarah d 3
Not much info, but any help would be greatly appreciated. Dave Sanders
Brett Hope, Jr. Mon Oct 28
Date: October 28, 1996 Family of William G. HOPE and Caroline NEWELL HOPE owned farm near Amite c. 1853-1870. They came from Woodville, Ms. via New Orleans and went to Collin County, Texas after Civil War. Any information appreciated.
Darlene Becnel Schnatz Thu
Nov 14 20:48:34 1996
Giovanni Calogero MONTELEONE was born in Petralia, Sottana, Sicily 06/08/1880. He married Rosaria Lucia CIMO (12/13/1878 - 03/20/1931). Carlo and Rosa departed Palermo, Sicily on June 9th, 1901 on the ship SS Burgundia. The crossing took 23 days arriving at the port of New Orleans on 07/02/1901. Monteleone was hired for a farming job in Bowie, Louisiana. After a couple of years and the birth of two sons, Philip and Sam, they moved to Hammond and opened a Grocery Store. They had a successful business until the depression hit. Carlo and Rosa gave so much credit to needy families who never paid that they eventually had to go back to farming to survive. At that time, they had five children. They did well again and after having five more children, they bought a 27 acre farm on Minnesota Avenue in Hammond off Range Road. Carlo and Rosa's daughter, Josie Monteleone MERCANTE still resides. Carlo, Rosa and all the children farmed for a while and then, Carlo went to work for the Strawberry Association as an office worker and also, as an inspector for Ben CUSIMANO. After about 12 years, he went back to farming. Rosa died March 20, 1931, and Carlo remarried six months later to Rosa RUSSO (Russo is her married name from prior husband) from Harvey, Louisiana. Rosa Russo had two sons, Guy and Salvatore Russo. Carlo and Rosa Russo had a son together, Joseph. Carlo died July 19, 1944. 1. Rosa's brother, Giuseppe Cimo came to port of New Orleans on ship SS Algeria on October 20, 1902. What became of him and who are his descendants (or ancestors if I'm lucky)? 2. What was Rosa Russo's maiden name and who was her husband, father of Guy and Salvatore. 3. Any details on Joseph Monteleone, his wife and children? Thanks,
Michael Frazier Fri Nov
22 21:21:09 1996
Azalie DUPUY, d. Ponchatula, LA, buried in Hammond, LA. m. Henry Wesley CRANE, b. 10 May 1906, d. 4 Oct 1982, buried in Springfield, LA. Henry and Azalie had 4 children: Marjie Vera CRANE, Mildred CRANE, Velma Aileen CRANE, and Henry Charles CRANE b. 20 Nov 1939. No other information known. Information on ancestors greatly appreciated.