I found some interesting information the other day. I am a descendant from the Boutwell's from Louisiana. In the 1860 St. Tammany Parish Census, it lists a E. or C. and Martha Baham living next to William P. Boutwell, and then in the 1880, Washington Parish Census, the following lived with my GGGGrandfather and his family. (Also Boutwell) I know, what a name!
Pierre Baham 33 form La.
Chasa 28 "
Celestine 10 "
P. 8 "
A.M. 6 "
M. 3 "
Can't read the last person but they are 2 and a female
A. 6 months.
The reason I am asking, it looks like the Bahams and the Boutwell's were friends. I have been searching for burial places for the two Boutwell lines that lived either next to, or with the Bahams. Can anyone tell me about these Bahams from the area, and where they might be buried. I have a feeling that maybe they are buried close together. I saw the Old Pierre Baham Cemetery info on the St. Tammany site, but they are not on there.
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