White - Lattier Cemetery, Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana

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Submitted with permission from Friends of Genealogy published in The Journal Vol XI No 1 First Quarter, 1999.

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Located in woods south of Long Lake Subdivision, about 1/4 mile due SW of intersection of Ellerbe Road and Overton Brooks Road. Not accessible by vehicle, on posted property (Simon Property)

LastName First Name  Middle Name  Birth Date Death Date Comments



11 Dec 1820

6 Jul 1846

Son of George A. & Tobithe Loe

Loe (?)

Headstone Missing

Footstone with initials M. L.



20 Jul 1786

14 Apr 1850

Wife of George A. Loe



18 Sep 1849

19 Oct 1851

Son of Reuben & Marthe White




27 Oct 1852

13 Aug 1853

Dau. Of Reuben & Marthe Loe White




14 Feb 1839

28 Dec 1910

Co. B, La Inf, CSA (see note below)




28 Sep 1855

6 Jul 1893

Wife of O. Ben Childers



14 Aug 1862

11 Dec 1916



25 Sept 1875

Dau of E. M. ??

Note: O. Ben Childers, according to pension records, Sgt. 2nd Co. Co. E, Pelican Regt., CSA (formed of cos. B, D, & H, 19th LA Inf, CSA). Enlisted 11 Dec 1861, taken D, 19th LA Inf., CSA. Also Sgt., prisoner at Citronell, AL 4 May 1865; paroled at Meridian, MS 13 May 1865. Applied for pension benefits 28 Apr 1908. Records also show he was wounded in action.

Note: Reuben White (Sr.) and Marthe Loe White are buried at Oakland Cemetery in Shreveport, LA. The whites resided at Rush Island Plantation near Shreveport. Decendants include the Mayer family of Shreveport

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