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By coincidence, I just happened to be working on a Terrell line tonight! The
TERRELL family I was working on tonight are very distant cousins of mine,
however, we are working on a big family reunion and so I was updating their
lines. Not sure if any of this will help you, but here goes:
John Lyle Terrell (b: September 27, 1865 d: August 11, 1908 both in Iberville
Parish) He married Louise Marie Fortin (this is my cousin). They married on
September 20, 1887 in St. Gabriel, Louisiana. I have no source information
since this was given to me by the cousin who works on this line. I thought
Iberville Parish and St. Gabriel, Louisiana might give you an idea of where to
look for your TERRELL connections.
Margo Duplantier Rhinehart
Dear friends, I am new to the mailing list and have just subscribed to Tangipahoa Parish, St. Helena Parish, St. Tammany Parish, and Pike County mailing lists. I also subscribe to the Amite County and Choctaw Southeast mailing lists. I am mostly just a lurker. I scan the incoming mail for names I am interested in, but dont have much to contribute. I have recently been given some good advice from some ladies in the Amite mailing list, and as a result, am trying to expand my horizons.
From what I have learned from various sources, my ancestors lived in the border areas around the five above mentioned parishes and counties. The ancestors I have found out quite a bit about are the Evans clan. My g-g-grandparents were Joseph A. and Nancy L Evans. They are buried in the Carter-Evans Cemetery near Gillsburg, MS. One of their daughters, Stella Alberta Evans, was my g-grandmother. The ancestor whose origins are still a big mystery to me is N. B. Terrell. He was Stellas husband, and the father of my grandmother. He passed away on 5/4/1905, is also buried in the Carter-Evans Cemetery. I found N.B. Terrell in the 1900 census, but have not found anything earlier that would show me who his parents are. The 1900 census shows he and his parents were born in Mississippi.
If anyone else is researching the same line or knows anything about N.B. Terrell, maybe they could post a reply
Sorry if this was over long. Respectfully, June Perkins
Seeking information on Hezekiah Rabb who married Luletia Burbanks in
1859 in St. Tammany Parish.
In 1870 Covington, LA Census, there is the following entry:
1870 Covington County, AL
Rose Hill PO
#2 Aplin, James 42 or 47? AL
Elizabeth 27 AL
William 10 AL
Beda 9 F AL
Georgia A. E. 6 AL
Joseph 9/12 AL
Rabb, H. 85 blind b. NC
Is this H. Rabb Hezekiah? If so, where did he die and where is he
buried? What is his relationship to this Aplin family?
I am trying to help a friend to locate information on:
Death date: 188?
Place: Livingston Parish LA
Buried Salem Cemetery north of Walker LA
In LA census: 1860
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