Our Pioneers

Cadet LaFontaine

Namesake for Bayou Caddy

Interview with Mr. Jules “Poss” LaFrance, Age 91

Sea Song: The Jackson House of Hancock County

Father Stanislaus Buteux

An Early Hancock Pioneer

Fort Nicholson

…home of poet Pearl Rivers

Gainesville Dig

…getting hands dirty for fun and history

The Koch Family

Early Logtown Settlers

The Letters of Two Historical Families: Jackson and Koch

Fort de la Boulaye

…an early Guerin footprint on the river?

Ioor Family

Early Hancock Developers

Surveying in West Florida

…as reflected in the life – and death – of Ira Cook Kneeland

Early Tax Rolls

….clues to business before the courthouse fire

The Headwaters of Bayou Caddy

…a visit with Ernest “Bully” Ladner, October 13, 2007

The Russ Family

…an excerpt

Lawrence County Archives – Simon Favre

…and their bearing on early slave trade

The Favre Family in Early Hancock County, MS

An Update on the Ioor Family

The James Papers

Settlement History of Bay St. Louis, MS

…an Inquiry

Methods of Communication, Early Louisiana

…with creidt to Marco Giardino for the information on the interpreters

A Man Named Alibamo Mingo

…and another called Favre

The Widow Morin and her Land

…a search through 200 years

Quo Vadis, Simon Favre, Jr.?

…also, the success path of Isaac Graves

English Lookout and Sea Glen

…from the memoir of Mrs. Hoppe

Legal Actions against Simon Favre’s Estate

…in Lawrence County, 30 years after death

Pointe Claire, the Russ house, and Cannons

…a strange mix

Andrew Jackson, Jr. – Bipolar?

…a question raised for consideration

General Forrest and Vigilantes

…in Hancock County