Location: Bienville Parish LA

Slave Narrative of Mandy Billings

Interviewer: Mrs. Bernice Bowden Person Interviewed: Mandy Billings Age: 84 Location: 3101 W. 14th Highland Add., Pine Bluff, Arkansas “Now I was born in 1854. That was in slavery times. That wasn’t yistiday was it? Born in Louisiana, in Sparta—that was the county seat. “Bill Otts was my last owner. You see, how come me sold my mother was my grandfather’s baby chile and his owner promised not to separate him nary time again. It was in the time of the Old War. Charles McLaughlin—that was my old master—he was my father and Bill Otts, he bought my mother, and

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