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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. Louisiana Cemetery Records Acadia to Calcasieu ParishLouisiana Cemetery Records Caldwell to Concordia ParishLouisiana Cemetery Records Desoto to Franklin ParishLouisiana Cemetery Records Grant to Lincoln ParishLouisiana Cemetery Records Pointe Coupe to Richland ParishLouisiana Cemetery Records Sabine to St. Helena ParishLouisiana Cemetery Records St. James to St. Tammany ParishLouisiana Cemetery Records Tangipahoa ParishLouisiana Cemetery Records Tensas ParishLouisiana Cemetery Records Winn ParishLouisiana Cemetery Records: Livingston – Natchitoches ParishesLouisiana Cemetery Transcriptions, Natchitoches to Plaquemines ParishLouisiana Cemetery Transcriptions, Terrebonne to West Feliciana 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 Line New Salem Church Cemetery Winn-Grant Parish Line Patrick West Cemetery Rochell Cemetery Slayter Cemetery Springhill Cemetery Starks / Five Forks Cemetery Tyson/Tison/Melton Cemetery Tyson/Tison/Melton Cemetery Unnamed Cemetery Zion Cemetery Zion Baptist Church Cemetery Iberia Parish Richardson Family Cemetery (hosted At Iberia Parish, Louisiana Tombstone Transcription Project) Iberville Parish Following Cemeteries (hosted At Iberville Parish, Louisiana Tombstone Transcription Project) Protestant Cemetery St. John Cemetery Jackson Parish Following Cemeteries (hosted At Jackson Parish, Louisiana Tombstone Transcription Project) List of Cemeteries Antioch Cemetery Bethyl Cemetery Brooklyn Cemetery Bryan Cemetery #2 Cartwright Baptist Church Cemetery...

Biography of William A. Horan

Rev. William A. Horan, late pastor of St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, at Freeport, Ill., was born in Pierce township, DeKalb Co., Ill., on Feb. 2nd, 1851, and is the son of the late Patrick M. and Mary (Hanaghan) Horan. Patrick M. Horan was a native of Ireland,, and was born in the year 1800. When a young man he removed to England, where he served in the British army. In 1839 he married Mary, a daughter of Malachy Hanaghan, of county Mayo, Ireland, their union resulting in the birth of twelve children, five of whom are still living. In 1849, in company with their parents and other members of their family, they emigrated to the United States intending to land at New Orleans, but on account of the cholera were not permitted to land but sent up the river and made the first landing at Beardstown, 111. They went directly to DeKalb, Ill., where the father-in-law purchased a tract of 160 acres of fertile farm land in the township of Pierce. Mr. Horan passed away in Aug., 1897, having survived his wife, Mary, twenty-four years. William (our subject) attended the public schools of his native town and the High school at DeKalb, from which he graduated with honor, at the age of fifteen. During the following two years he remained at home on the farm, but, determining to fit himself for the priesthood, in 1868 he entered that celebrated institution of learning, the University of Niagara, Niagara, N. Y., where he spent six years in the study of Classics, and four in Theology. In 1877 he completed the...

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