Location: Assumption Parish LA

Washa Indians

Washa Tribe: Appearing oftenest in literature in the French form Ouacha, meaning unknown. Washa Connections. The nearest relations of the Washa were the Chawasha and both belonged to the Chitimachan branch of the Tunican linguistic family. Washa Location. Their earliest known location was on Bayou La Fourche, perhaps in the neighborhood of the present Labadieville, Assumption Parish. Washa Villages. None are known under any but the tribal name. Washa History. As stated in treating the Chawasha, this tribe and the one just mentioned may have been those which attacked Moscoso’s flotilla at the mouth of the Mississippi. Shortly after Iberville

Louisiana Cemetery Records Acadia to Calcasieu Parish

Louisiana Cemetery records are listed by parish then name of cemetery within the Louisiana parish. Most of these are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. Acadia Parish Following Cemeteries are hosted at the USGenWeb Archives Project Fuselier (aka Dupre) Allen Parish Following is hosted by Allen County Public Library Akins Cemetery Arkadelphia Cemetery Bond Cemetery St. Michael African American Cemetery Following Cemeteries are hosted at the USGenWeb Archives Project Akins Arkadelphia Cemetery Black Jack Cemetery Bond Botley–African American Botley Buck Martin Canada – African