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I am searching for the final resting place of the following believed to to at
Elm Park in West Feliciana Parish, La.
Nancy Neville, wife of Goodman d. unk
Stephen Neville, son of Goodman d. unk
Willis Neville, son of Stephen d, 1860
There are 4 cemeteries in Elm Park but I have been unable to find a published
listing of the people buried there.
The Sunday Advocate -- July 28, 2002
A retired school teacher in Rapides Parish with 34 years of service, she died
Friday, July 26, 2002, at her residence in Baton Rouge. She was a native of
Zachary. Visiting at Jefferson United Methodist Church from 9 a.m. Monday
until religious service at 11 a.m., conducted by the Rev. Carol Winn.
Graveside service in Beulah Plains Cemetery, Zachary, at 1:30 p.m. Monday.
Survived by her three sisters, Louise L. Loudon, Julia L. Pinsonat and Eula
Lipscomb; and numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews,
great-great-nieces, great-great-nephews and a great-great-great-niece.
Preceded in death by her parents, William and Virginia Lipscomb; and a
brother, Walter Lipscomb. She was a member of Heriome Gaines Chapter of
Daughters of the American Revolution, Joanna Waddill Chapter of United
Daughters of the Confederacy, West Florida Society, Colonial Dames, Pointe
Coupee Historical Society, Baton Rouge Genealogical Society, First Families
of Mississippi and Daughters of Colonial Wars.
July 11, 2002
STEVENS FAMILY REUNION
Once again it is getting close to the time of the Stevens Family Reunion.
I am getting excited at the possibility of seeing many friends and relatives
at this year's annual gathering. We will meet again this year at the Hammond
Lions Club on Morris Road on the second Saturday in September, September 14,
2002. As those of you who were present last year will recall, we decided to
invite and include the Calmes Family in our reunion this year since so many
of our Stevens Family are also related to the Calmes Family. We hope by
combining both families, our attendance will also pick up. As in the past,
registration will begin at 10:00 a. m. Come early and stay as long as you
wish. We encourage you to bring the children since there is plenty room
outside for fun and games.
We are again asking each attending person over 12 years of age to pay
$3.00 to defray the cost of renting the Lions Den and other incidentals that
may come up in preparations for this year's reunion.
Bring a food dish and soft drinks of your choice (no alcoholic beverages,
Bring pictures, mementos, artifacts, etc. that may be of interest to those
attending. There will be a short business meeting, during which time
recognition will be given to the oldest person present, the youngest person
present, the original family with the most descendants present and the
person(s) who have traveled the farthest to attend.
A short memorial service will honor those of the family who have passed away
since our last reunion. If you know of someone who has passed away during
the year, please bring that information so they can be recognized. We would
also like to announce any new births in the family again this year.
IF YOU KNOW OF ANY OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS WHO MAY NOT RECEIVE THIS NOTICE
OR WHO HAVE NOT ATTENDED A PREVIOUS REUNION, PLEASE EXTEND AN INVITATION TO
THEM TO ATTEND THIS YEAR.
Looking forward to seeing you again this year and let's try to make this
the largest and most successful reunion we have had.
Doris H. Johnston
P. O. Box 865
Hammond, Louisiana 70404
Telephone: 504-542-6198 Email address: doris(a)i-55.com