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Re: millers from Germany early 1800's to claiborne parish LA.
Posted by: Bobbie Cardin (ID *****2255) Date: November 20, 2012 at 03:49:56
In Reply to: Re: millers from Germany early 1800's to claiborne parish LA. by Laura of 18896

Hello: I am researching the Sikes Cemetery near Minden, LA for a descendent and I must admit that I am having some problems. I see where your line had a connection with this Sikes family ( and a marriage also, Onie. Do you have ANY information on this Sikes family that you would be willing to share? The Sikes Cemetery was a small cemetery and only has about three markers left - I do not know what happened to the others. I should say that the Jackson Sikes who was an early settler in Webster Parish- possibly the first settler -I believe that Onie Sikes who married the McIntyre was Jackson Sikes descendent. I would appreciate the help. Bobbie Cardin in Webster Parish Louisiana


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