Washington Parish Louisiana Cemetery Map<<Table of Contents
Small image of map.
Index to Washington Parish Cemeteries
Washington Parish Virtual Cemetery Map - Click here to view the map.
Important information about this map
map was created with ArcView 2.1b and Corel Photopaint. It is a
comparison summary of several sources: a local paper map from Southern
Engineering, USGS maps, Louisiana GIS CD cemetery database extractions,
local library transcripts of cemeteries, on-line transcripts, and
personal cemetery visits.
The map cannot be viewed in Mozilla/Firefox and is best viewed with
Internet Explorer. In Internet Explorer use your mouse to roll over the
map and view the cemetery name. For those cemeteries with multiple
files or unknown transcriptions you will have to view the alpha index
to the left to find the transcription or view the GIS data.
Questions or comments?
your cemetery question or genealogy query to the web and assist others
with your information or just leave a message. If you can't find the
cemetery you are looking for this is the place to go.
Promoting awareness is the first step to preservation.
Why do we need Louisiana Cemetery Preservation?
A number of Louisiana cemeteries do not appear on the USGS maps and are
unknown, abandoned, or endangered. The LA CEMETERY PRESERVATION board
and email list is to organize and support the historical significance
of these Louisiana cemeteries as well as make others aware of an
unknown or unidentified cemetery. Those interested in this board may be
genealogists, historians, society members, parish government, churches
or community members, those familiar with using remote sensing
equipment and GPS in locating cemeteries. If you happen to come across
a cemetery site, you are encouraged to post! (In order to identify
cemeteries to USGS for inclusion, GIS coordinates must be given.)
Other online resources:
Subscribe to LA-CEMETERY-PRESERVATION-Lemail@example.com - RootsWeb mailing list.
Post to the Louisiana Cemetery Preservation Message Board - Ancestry.com message board cross posts to mailing list.
Louisiana Saving Graves Yahoo Group - No longer active.
- NEW- Louisiana Cemetery Preservation Yahoo Group
Ning for Louisiana Cemetery Preservation - Forums, Photos, Blog and community supporters of Louisiana Cemetery Preservation
Louisiana Cemetery Preservation - Home Page for Louisiana Cemetery Preservation, How to volunteer, photos, files, laws, contact and online reporting of neglected and endangered Louisiana cemeteries.
Community Blog - Louisiana Cemetery Preservation
Louisiana Cemetery Preservation Wiki - Create a wiki page for parish cemeteries, search and share files about cemetery preservation.
Louisiana Saving Graves - Original Louisiana Saving Graves Website
Saving Graves (dot) com -Saving Graves is now online with a new layout and offline mid 2008. Possibly moved to .net extension. Unknown author.
LATOMBPRESERVE is a new email list for those interested in Louisiana Cemetery Preservation.
The Association for Gravestone Studies
- "The Association for Gravestone Studies (AGS) was founded in 1977 for
the purpose of furthering the study and preservation of gravestones.
AGS is an international organization with an interest in gravemarkers
of all periods and styles. Through its publications, conferences,
workshops and exhibits, AGS promotes the study of gravestones from
historical and artistic perspectives, expands public awareness of the
significance of historic gravemarkers, and encourages individuals and
groups to record and preserve gravestones."
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Washington Parish Library - Cemetery Listings
Southern Engineering GPP, Inc. � 1999
©Carolyn Brumfield Henderson
Washington Parish, Louisiana and its individual submitters
Louisiana GIS CD: A Digital Map of the State, Version 2.0.
Louisiana State University, Department of Geography & Anthropology.
Baton Rouge: Louisiana Oil Spill Coordinator's Office , Office of the Governor, 1999.
Compiled by: DeWitt Braud, R. Hampton Peele, Bharath Aleti, Esra
Ozdenerol, Farrell Jones, Robert Cunningham, Robert Paulsell, John
Snead, David Gisclair, and Donald Davis.
Sponsored by: Louisiana Oil Spill Coordinator's Office; Louisiana Applied and Educational Oil Spill Research and Development Program; Louisiana Departments of Environmental Quality
, Natural Resources, Transportation & Development, Wildlife &
Fisheries; & Louisiana Office of Emergency Preparedness; Louisiana
Geography Education Alliance; U.S.G.S. National Wetlands Research
Center; Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc.; and Intergraph
Distributed by: the Louisiana Applied & Educational Oil Spill Research & Development Program.