Union Parish Louisiana Online Resources
The Union Parish USGenWeb Archives has numerous other invaluable resources on Union Parish Louisiana. Materials available there include a vast collection of old Union Parish photographs as well as transcriptions of numerous original Union Parish records such as Bibles, probate index, marriage index, court records, church records, old newspapers, old letters, cemeteries, and obituaries. For statewide or national archives resources, visit the Louisiana USGenWeb Archives or the USGenWeb Archives Project:
The photographs at the top were taken in late October 2009 after record-breaking rains dumped more than 20 inches of rain on the Ouachita Valley region, flooding homes and roads in Union Parish. The photos show the flood waters at the Lake D'Arbonne Spillway. The lake (to the right) is ordinarily much higher than the bayou (to the left), but the flood waters made the bayou at the same level as the lake. Thanks to Mr. Scott Beder, editor of the Farmerville "Gazette", for sharing these photographs.
To see more photographs, view our Union Parish Scenic Photographs.
If you are researching your Union Parish ancestors, considering subscribing to the
Union Parish Mailing List
or you can post queries on Union Parish families at one of the following sites:
Rootsweb's Union Parish Message Board
Genforum's Union Parish Message Board
To search items available through the Union Parish Library, please visitUnion Parish Library reference librarians will also search microfilm and book collections to assist patrons searching for genealogy information in the library. In addition, patrons visiting in person may use Ancestry.com at no charge. For more information call (318) 368-9288.
Union Parish Library Online Catalog
Thank you for visiting our page; I hope it has proved useful to your Union Parish research. If you have records to donate or suggestions for improving this page, please contact me.
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