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Project Fleur-de-lis: New Orleans, Louisiana

It is also available to assist members and visitors in the location of search and research materials. It is non-commercial and monitored so that it's mission may be continued with minimal distractions. As the earliest German-American cemetery in New Orleans, it is important to protect and preserve it. All of the research materials are backed-up on EU mainframe. We are so very proud of all of you-.

Department of Justicefield/genealogical research advisory (Cemetery Research and Control Advocacy) Lafayette Cemetery Research Project (voice mailbox) Under the supervision of: Sean M. Perry Sponsored by: The Friends of Lafayette Cemetery Contributions and Payments. Please don't litter and always respect the rights and privacy of visiting families. Recently we have been making a strong effort to catch and prosecute artifact thieves. If you notice a theft in progress, immediately call "911".

: Elevation: 5 ft. 8 in. Above. MSL (Mean Sea Level main Gate: Washington Ave. Office and Information Gate: Sixth St, Address: 1427 Sixth St., nola 70115, exercise extremecaution when engaging commercial tourguides at the entrance of the cemetery.

Be one of the Friends! (Link also for service payments) Click Here! For Tomb Service Assistance: (including other cemetery locations lafayette Cemetery No.1, New Orleans, LA (est. 1833) original cemetery plan by: Pierre Benjamin Buisson (1793-1874 hours: M-F, 7:00am-2:30pm Sat 7:00am-12:00pm, closed: Sun and Holidays (except Mother's Day, Father's Day, and All Saint's Day) Operated by: The City of New.

As of this point, you are a part of the history of Lafayette Cemetery. Keep in mind that if you are not a family member with property in our cemetery, an official representative of a family with credentials to verify this, CNO or lcrp, you are simply a guest and are required to maintain yourselves accordingly. Lcrp is not affiliated with nor supporters of the organization known as "Save Our Cemeteries, INC."! This website was originally developed in November 2000. It is based upon research published in 1997 by the Hatfield-Perry Research Project and it's mission is multi-purpose designed to research, document, and act as a communications link to people around the world who have an.