Liberty Chapel Cemetery Link Page
Williana, Grant Parish, Louisiana
Liberty Chapel Cemetery Burial List by Grady L. McFarland.
Nugent Families of Liberty Chapel / Grant Parish submitted by Grady L. McFarland.
William Tyson Descendants - Grant Parish, La submitted by Grady L. McFarland.
James Edward Tyson Descendants - Grant Parish, La submitted by Grady L. McFarland.
John Allbright Descendants - Grant Parish, La submitted by Grady L. McFarland.
John Allbright Descendants - Grant Parish, La submitted by Grady L. McFarland in a different format.
Dr. Rufus Marion Deen, Liberty Chapel, Grant Parish, La submitted by Grady L. McFarland.
Descendants of Samuel Gray submitted by Grady L. McFarland.
Descendants of Robert Franklin Howell - Aug 2 2000, submitted by Grady L. McFarland.
Descendants of Hartwell Hyde submitted by Grady L. McFarland.
Descendants of John Womack Mosley submitted by Grady L. McFarland.
Descendants of John Turner Mosley - Apr 26 2006, submitted by Grady L. McFarland.
Descendants of John Murry submitted by Grady L. McFarland.
Descendants of Thomas Swafford - 1770 submitted by Grady L. McFarland.
GWT Thames CSA Pension Record submitted by Grady L. McFarland.
Descendants of Thomas Jefferson Thames - Feb 8 2002, submitted by Grady L. McFarland.
Biographies: Long Families of Corinth and Zion - Winn Parish, LA submitted by Grady L. McFarland, Winnfield, LA 71483-7261. This file ties in the Huey P Long family to Nugents & Murrys at Liberty Chapel.
Liberty Chapel Cemetery Area Landowners - prior to 1910 submitted by Grady L. McFarland.
1861 Diary of Rev. Robert T. Parish, Methodist Circuit Rider - The North Rapides Circuit.
1861 Diary of Rev. Robert T. Parish, People mentioned in the diary.
1861 Diary of Rev. Robert T. Parish, Index of the diary.
Union Army burns Alexandria at the loss of a major Civil War battle in central Louisiana. An opportunity to change the outcome of the war for the Confererate Army.
Sheriff Wyatt Luther Nugent Slain. Article in the Winnfield News-American on April 24, 1936.
Description of travel in the late 1700's from NC to MS. The Nugent and Martin family most likely came this route.
Map of the LOUISIANA Parishies in 1804 as related to an early Post. This is in PDF format and requires Adobe reader.
Land claim of Edmond Nugent on the Bayou Chicot and sale of same plantation to Gotfried Krieger. French and English from records at the Louisiana State Archives in Baton Rouge. The records are dated Dec 21, 1784 and are from the period at the Opelousas Post. This is in PDF format and requires Adobe reader.
USGenWeb Tombstone Project - Grant Parish, Louisiana.
Bethel Cemetery - Grant Parish.
The Grant Parish Georgetown Cemetery - Burial List by Grady L. McFarland with family names from Grant Parish, LA.
Cemetery Junction - Louisiana list with links.
Cemetery Records Online - Louisiana.
Grant Parish History - Grant Parish Chamber of Commerce.
History of the Colfax Riot of April 1873, during Reconstruction Days in Louisiana.
Sarah B Hann genealogy page.
GOOGLE books digital copy of Nugent Pioneers of Central Louisianat that was digitized July 17, 2007. A book may be purchased from David Nugent at 318-776-5761.
Obituary for Sarah Bowman Hann. Sarah Hann leaves a priceless legacy of recorded family histories for others to trace their ancestors. Her burial at Liberty Chapel Cemetery is June 27, 2005.
Grady Lee McFarland Obituary. Grady submitted much of the genealogy information that is listed on this website. He did the tombstone census each year and was a good friend for the Liberty Chapel Cemetery. Grady passed away March 27, 2007 and is buried at Tyson Cemetery.
Donna Nugent genealogy page.
Yahoo Discussion Group for Nugent family genealogy in Central Louiaiana.
Information on Matthew Nugent born about 1724 in the Brunswick area of North Carolina.
Official Plat Map: 1857 Original Plat of Township 5N, Range 1E, North of Red River Map, 14 March 1857
Land plats show Matthew Nugent, Edmund Nugent, Thomas Nugent, Thomas Swafford, Robert Sandifer, John Young, Michael Lacroix and McCuin Barrow property lines. This map was signed on the 14th of March, 1857.
US Tract Book, Volume 28, p30 - Monroe District lists property for Thomas Nugent and Edmond Nugent. This is a 530 KB file in JPG format.
Certified copy of birth records in the Matthew Nugent bible. This is a PDF file that requires Adobe Reader.
The military records of Charles Vincent Nugent showing the Regristration Card for Charles V. Nugent, Sr who served in WWI and Charles V. Nugent, Jr who served in WWII. This is a PDF file that requires Adobe Reader.
In County Westmeath, Ireland, you can visit the Nugent Castle. See pictures and history.
Nugent Mountain pictures in the Big Bend National Park in West Texas.
Memoir of Robert, Earl Nugent, with Letters, Poems, and Appendices by Claud Nugent - 1898.
Born at Opelousas,Louisiana, on July 16, 1841, Thomas Lewis Nugent was nominated as a candidate for Governor of Texas in 1892.
Ballinlough Castle is the home of Sir John Nugent and Lady Nugent. This castle has a golf club and is located at Clonmellon, County Meath, Ireland. The castle is open to the public from May 1 through September 1.
Ross Castle commands magnificent views of Lough Sheelin, a 4500 acre lake famous for it's brown trout and liberally stocked perch and large pike. Castle of Ross was begun by Richard Nugent, 12th Baron of Delvin, in the year 1533. The tower was completed by him in 1537. The great hall and further extensions were finished by his grandson and successor, Richard, the 13th Baron, by 1539. Book a room at the castle as they have accommodation.
The Nugent surname family history from Normandy to Ireland.
Nugents of Farrenconnell by Myles Stoney on the Ballinacree Local History Group web site in Ireland.
Legends of Nugent Origins history page with links.
For genealogy links. visit the following:
Genforum - Nugent
RootsWeb - Nugent
Nugent at Ancestry.com
Mormon Church Records
Social Security Death Index
California Death Records - 1940 thru 1997
American State Papers, 1789-1838
Nugent Surname History
Nugent - Halbirt Family
The Nugent Family
The families gather for a homecoming on the Saturday before the first Sunday in May.
Contact person at the cemetery for grave sites is Mr. Kenneth Maddry at 318-899-5368.
You can mail a tax free donation for cemetery maintenance to the address shown in Dry Prong, LA. Checks should be payable to the "Liberty Chapel Cemetery Association".
Liberty Chapel Cemetery Association
P.O. Box 91
Dry Prong, LA 71423-0091
Homecoming - Saturday before the first Sunday in May
Church Service - 11:00 am
Business Meeting - 11:30 am
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