Prince Sisters - Emma, Myrtle, Gertrude, Eva Cobb, and Lizzie Prince (picture provided by Ron Manley) in Arkansas in 1959.
Oliver & Eva (Prince) Cobb Family: Left to right: Oliver, Basil, Leonard,Eva, Gus Cobb
(photo provided by Ron Manley)
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This is my grandfather, Claude Rodney Guillot, his nickname was "PaPa Jack". He was from Thibodaux, Louisiana.
This picture is of my mother, Jackie Guillot Cobb of Louisiana, when she was in school. No date offered by submitter.
Served in the Military, Army and faught for our Country in Vietnam. Died from Agent Orange at age 31. He was also a tug-boat Captain and owned his own boat. Left behind three girls: Christie, Karen and Sandy and 6 Grandchildren.
Rosalee Dauzat Bordelon tombstone. Also see Dozat (I put her pictures under Dozat) Dec 8, 1886 - Jul 3, 1973 also see her Marriage License it's posted.
Headstone of Rosalee "Mommee" Dozat Bordelon Dec 8, 1886 - Jul 3, 1973. Mommee did not know the year she was born, this is an estimate.
My father told me the story of the court house burned down in Marksville, LA and she was adopted so they didn't have her records. She was born on the Indian Reservation (Marksville, LA) and was taken from her family and adopted by white families when she was a baby. Mommee had special abilities. She could see, and she was a healer. She had a sister, adopted by another family and a brother (Leon Dozat) who was adopted with her.
Claude Rodney and his wife. Pic taken the day they were married.
Picture of Rosalie "Mommee" Dozat Bordelon. Mommee was my great-grandmother. She was Indian adopted by the Dozat Family when they removed the Indians from the reservation (Marksville). She had a brother Leon Dozat that was adopted with her and a sister (who went to another family). Never could find the records, the courthouse burned down in Marksville, LA.
Navy Picture of my Father with his friends. Unknown friends, Ty Cobb is far right