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I am looking for information on the following families:
John Creighton married Unknown Mouton. They had 1 child I know about her name was Motille (Mattilla) Creighton.
Motilla (Mattilla) Crighton married William B. Sweeney. They had 9 children:
Irene, & Ivan (twins)
Sadie Penelope was my great grandmother. She died 3 weeks after giving birth to my grandmother in Vivian, Caddo Parish, LA. My grandmother knows very little about her mothers side of the family. She was never allowed to see them until she got older.
I have heard that Unknown Mouton was suppose to have been the Mayor in Lafeyette.
If you have any infomation on these families would you please contact me
Inside the copy of the St. Tammany Historical Society Gazette, Madisonville
Issue, Volume 4 March 1980, I found a reference to William Raiford. On page
15, it says, "In the 1820's Thomas and William Raiford, natives of Alabama,
settled nearby." I would like more information about this William Raiford.
Any suggestions would be helpful.
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