Location: Iberville Parish LA

Bayogoula Indians

Bayogoula Tribe: Meaning “bayou people,” either from their location or from the fact that their tribal emblem was the alligator. Bayogoula Connections. Their language was of the southern Muskhogean division, not far removed from Houma and Choctaw. Bayogoula Location. Near the present Bayou Goula, in Iberville Parish. Bayogoula History. Unless this tribe was the Pishenoa encountered by Tonti in 1686 and not mentioned subsequently, it was first visited by Iberville in 1699. It then occupied one town with the Mugulasha. In the winter of 1699-1700 the Bayogoula suffered severely from a surprise attack of the Houma. In the spring of

Louisiana Cemetery Records Grant to Lincoln 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. Grant Parish Following Cemeteries (hosted At Grant Parish, Louisiana Tombstone Transcription Project) List of Grant Parish Cemeteries Aloha (St. Rose) Cemetery Brady Cemetery Coleman Cemetery Corbett Family Cemetery Frazier Cemetery French Cemetery Georgetown Cemetery Hebron Cemetery Corbett Burials Kimbrel Cemetery Lasyone Cemetery LeMoine Cemetery Lincecum Cemetery Gilly G. LeMoine, Sr. Cemetery Liberty Chapel Cemetery Mt Zion Cemetery Winn-Grant Parish