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I am new to the list. I posted this last night, but it came back as undeliverable, so here goes again.
I am researching William Salisbury, born about 1815-1819, married to Mary Leibrook Ramsey Salisbury. They were married sometime about 1842-44 and lived in New Orleans with their children: William, John M, Francis and Catherine. I am quite sure that some of their decendants moved to St. Tammany and some may still be living there. One deceased Salisbury was Christie Salisbury, whom I believed may have lived in St. Tammany. If anyone connects to the Salisbury's in any way please contact me. I would be glad to exchange and share information with you.
I am interested in learning more about William and Elizabeth Ryan of Kentucky
who came to the Natchez District of MS in the 1790s and is believed to have
then moved south to the St. Tammany Parish area of Louisiana.
Their daughter Elizabeth Ryan married John Lanier June 29, 1796, in the
Natchez District. The Lanier family also moved south from the Natchez
District to the St. Tammany Parish area of Louisiana.
Any help will be most appreciated.
Donald A. Dunnington
Hot Springs Village, Arkansas
Subj: louisiana purchase
Date: 9/5/01 7:05:57 PM Pacific Daylight Time
From: ruck(a)datasync.com (Lawrence M. Ruckdeschel)
Dear Sir or Madam,
I am a student at Nicholls State University and I have an
assignment to find out what was served at the dinners(rumor has it that
there were 3) associated with the signing of the Lousiana Purchase in
1803. I know that the signing took place at the Cabildo, but I am having
a difficult time finding information surrounding the events.
If information is not available on the dinners, I can also provide
information about the types of food typically served during the time and
the types of flowers and foliage that would be used for decoration.
I would appreciate any information that you could provide and
possible resources that I could check.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Date: 9/1/01 4:13:20 PM Pacific Daylight Time
From: CarolPeele(a)aol.com <<<<<<<<<<<<<Reply Here<<<<<
I am researching Francis (Fanny) Hunt Born 1855 married Presler Rucker Mc
Allister on March 3, 1873 in St. Helena Parish. I have plenty on her from her
marraige date to her death. She was supposed to be the daughter of Daniel
Marcus Hunt. I haven,t been able to find them before 1873. Any help would be
appreciated. E-mail address is Carolpeele(a)aol.com
Subj: WorldConnect GEDCOM File
Date: 9/1/01 2:09:11 PM Pacific Daylight Time
From: clovisjr(a)ktc.com (Clovis La Fleur)
Reply-to: clovisjr(a)ktc.com (Clovis La Fleur)
To: DW9JOHNSON(a)aol.com (Don W. Johnson)
I've placed my family GEDCOM file on the WorldConnect Project allowing
Uploads of my data. My notes and sources have also been included. Because
there is so much information on the Zachary family and other families in and
around St Helena and St. Tammany Parish, I thought you may want to let the
various list know. It can be accessed at
The file has about 7200 individuals. I'll be making period updates as I
collect more families.
Clovis La Fleur
My Genealogy Websites
Stark Family Association of Texas
The LaFleur Family
Subj: STGS Meeting
Date: 9/1/01 8:11:13 AM Pacific Daylight Time
From: mdutsch(a)juno.com (Martha Dutsch)
Rob Noles sent your request on to me. Here is the information you
asked for. It is so nice of you to send this info out to all the Florida
Parishes. We are going to present Doris Martin Holden with our first
annual Very Important Member certificate for all her contributions
to genealogy in The Florida Parishes and to this Society in particular.
St. Tammany Genealogical Society
310 West 21st Avenue, Covington, LA 70433
After a three month summer recess its back to the books for genealogical
research for the STGS.
The next regular meeting of the St. Tammany Genealogical Society will be
Tuesday, September 11 at 1:30 P.M. at the Covington Branch Library, 310
West 21st Avenve, Covington, LA 70433.
Remember our website at
For information call Martha Dutsch at 985-892-6561
The LASTTAMM Mailing List is an e-mail list for genealogical research of St. Tammany Parish Louisiana. We are interested in any time period and all surnames pertaining to this geographic area.
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