Do you have family research stumbling blocks in your Genealogy search from Calcasieu Parish? Did your family member die here in this parish, would you love to have copies of their death clipping in the newspaper? Or perhaps a copy of their marriage record, with their signature on it? Were they ever in the paper? Did they owned a business? If it happen in Calcasieu Parish, it is writtten somewhere.
What about files, records and indexes all mortgages, conveyances and all other instruments recorded in the Public Records for the Parish. Was they in the military and was discharged in Calcasieu Parish? If they resided in Calcasieu Parish, they have a story.
Are or you're just too busy to finish your family history quest? I'm here to help!
I truly enjoy history and problem solving. I truly feel useful helping people discover their family roots so that they can leave their legacy of family history for future generations. Let me help you with your family history search! I charge what I consider to be a very fair rate per job. All charges are calculated on a per job basis and will depend on the type of inquiry and problem solving required.
Here is some of the collection I will be going through: The microfilm/microfiche collection includes: Federal census records from 1790-1830; Federal census records for the southern states through 1840; Federal census records for Louisiana through 1920; Federal census soundexes for 1880 and 1920; Tax Assessment Rolls for Calcasieu Parish from 1865-1920; Maude Reid Scrapbooks; Confederate Land Grant Applications; Voter Registration Rolls for Louisiana (1898); 1890 Special Louisiana Census; Local newspapers from 1889 to the present; Index to Marriage Records for Calcasieu Parish from 1910 - 1971;
THE MICROFILM/FILE ROOM CONTAINS: Microfilm Readers and Reader Printers -Microfilmed Newspapers-Obituary Index-Surname Index
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