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What is a Bayou? BAYOU, a small river From the Choctaw word for river, stream or lake, which is "bayuk".
Some Louisiana bayous that still bear their original Indian names today are: Boudcau, Bushley, Funny Louis
(originally fanilusa for "Black Squirrel"), Goula, Louis (meaning "Black"), Plaquemine Brule', Bistinwau, Bogue Chitto
("Big River") and Bougue Falaya (similar to Atchafalaya, "long river").
When I started doing genealogy research, I felt it was appropriate
to use the Bayou to describe the weaving lines of our family history.

This site last updated July 30, 2013

LeBlanc Family Information

Cormier Family Information

Guidry Family Information

Leger Family Information

Thibodeaux Family Information

List of some names Buried at Grand Pre', Acadie

Updates on Apology from the British Crown to the Acadians
Photos From 2004 Congress Mondial Acadien

Scotland Ancestral Trail Trip 2007

French Acadians held Prisoners at Halifax by Brittish Government 1763

Acadian and Louisiana Census Records

Shiplists of the deported Acadians

Shiplists Arriving in New Orleans from France

Louisiana Cemetery Information

Opelousas Militia 1776 Muster Roll Lists

Cajun Links (Support our Cajun Cousins!)

Good Books/ Reviews on or written by Cajun People.

Louisiana Historical and Church Information

Cajun words translated

Cajun Music Links

Holly Beach, Louisiana Hurricane Rita Damage

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