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Alexander Bookter

Alexander Bookter

Posted: 14 Feb 2012 1:21AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: BOOKTER
I am trying to find where Alexander Bookter is buried. He was born 1758 in S.C. and died 1824 in St. Helena Parish, La. He moved to Springfield, La. but don't know for sure when. But there was a Bookter Landing in Springfield, La. I have been looking for the cemetery he is buried in in St. Helena Parish, but realized that Springfield was in St. Helena Parish back in the 1824 when he died, so he is probably buried somewhere around Springfield since that is where he lived when he died. Does anyone know where Alexander Bookter is buried. I would apprecate any help I can get. Thanks in advance.

Dianne Snyder Rutherford

Re: Alexander Bookter

Posted: 11 Mar 2012 2:13AM GMT
Classification: Query

Re: Alexander Bookter

Posted: 11 Mar 2012 2:16AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: BOOKTER
Hi, I have a book with the St. Helena Parish Cemetery and couldn't find him in there. I will check the other site you sent. Thanks.

Dianne

Re: Alexander Bookter

Posted: 11 Mar 2012 2:18AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: BOOKTER
I don't see any cemeteries for Springfield, La. I was thinking maybe he is buried in a cemetery in Springfield, La. since he was living there at the time.

Thanks,
Dianne

Re: Alexander Bookter

Posted: 11 Mar 2012 2:21AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: BOOKTER
Hi, I went to the Livingston Parish site and found the cemeteries and found a cemetery in Springfield, La. I am going to try there. Thanks so much.


Dianne

Re: Alexander Bookter

Posted: 11 Mar 2012 2:26AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: BOOKTER
Couldn't find him there either. But thank you for the sites.

Dianne

Re: Alexander Bookter

Posted: 27 Sep 2012 12:34AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bookter
Keep in mind that not much in Livingston Parish is above 10' of elevation. In that environment monuments don't last very long. Even if they are granite and don't decay, like marble does, they sink into the ground and disappear.
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