Debbie Singleton Collection

 

Box 1: State Times Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA) March 3, 1941. News clipping, Seen by the Loving Cameraman.” – newspaper clipping describing Emmeline Perkins, slave
of Frederick Arbour and Adeline Daigre.

Folder 1: French Settlement History

  1. French Settlement, A bicentennial Village, Livingston parish, Louisiana, Vol. 1, December 1976
  2. French Settlement Disease, French Settlement, A bicentennial Village, Livingston parish, Louisiana, Vol. 2, December 1977
  3. French Settlement Disease, French Settlement, A bicentennial Village, Livingston parish, Louisiana, Vol. December 1977 (these two copies are different
    parts of the volume)
  4. Union Raid on French Settlement, Livingston parish, Louisiana, Regimental Papers of the 31st Massachusetts infantry Vol. 5, December 1980
  5. Little Story of French Settlement, Livingston Parish, Louisiana, File prepared by
    D. N. Pardue
  6. Amite River, Livingston, East Feliciana, St. Helena, East Baton Rouge and Ascension,
    Louisiana, File prepared by D. N. Pardue
  7. Joseph Salassi, Livingston, Orleans, Jefferson and East Baton Rouge Parishes, Louisiana,
    File prepared by D. N. Pardue Vol. 6 December 1981
  8. French Settlement (Le Cote Frencaise), Livingston Parish, Louisiana File prepared
    by D. N. Pardue
  9. Articles about Eular Post Office, Felder Cemetery, First Baptist Church of Denham
    Springs, 4-H Club Road, French Settlement

Folder 2: Family Genealogy

  1. Information about Glover Family staring with A. Glover, includes mortality Schedule
    from June 1st 1850 and US Census 1920
  2. Identification sheet of Delilah Glover- missing is the date of birth, date of christening
    and dated of death
  3. Letter sent to Louis W. Roussel concerning the Heidel, Schaf and Bonvillian families
    from Pauline R. Bonvillain, September 17, 1995
  4. Family of Antonie Laroche Beauvellier
  5. Family Group Sheet of Jacob Schaf #1
  6. Family Group Sheet of Antonie LaRoche Beauveillier
  7. Heidel Family papers starting with Ambroise Heidel
  8. Email written by Pauline R Bonvillian to Louie Roussel, Sept. 16, 1995
  9. Descendants of Dosauceaway Dye Written by Don Norman
  10. Descendants of John Dye written by Don Norman
  11. Descendants of Robert Dye written by Don Norman

Folder 3: 

  1. A Southern Legacy: Descendants of John Muse of Virginia Complied
  2. Ancestors and Descendants pf Francois Ganier of France and Louisiana by Merle Ganier

Folder 4: Muse Family Genealogy

  1. Muse Master Name Index printed in 1994
  2. Seale Family tree
  3. John Muse Sr. Family History
  4. A Letter from Deborah Seale Hebert to Mrs. Wallace
  5. Pedigree Chart by Deborah S. Hebert

Folder 5:  Family Genealogy

  1. Mullins Cemetery
  2. Letter from Brenda Felder to Louis, Aug 28,1995
  3. 1850 US Census
  4. 1850 US Census
  5. 1830-1840 US Census
  6. A Seale Anthology by Nancy G. Kuehl, published by Twin City Publishing Co. 1990
  7. 1830-1840 US Census
  8. Family History, September 25,1994
  9. Loose papers and notes

Folder 6:

  1. William Robson, Entry Officer of Claims for Lands in the County of Pitt.
  2. Albrittons of the Second Millennium Revised Edition
  3. Louisiana Maps
  4. German Coast Families European Origins and Settlement in Colonial Louisiana
  5. Loose papers