St. Landry Parish, Louisiana

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St. Landry is a parish in Louisiana. It was formed in 1807 from the following parish/es: original. St. Landry began keeping marriage records in 1756. It began keeping land records in 1760s, probate records in 1760s, and court records in 1760s. For more information, contact the county at 118 S. Court St., Opelousas 70570. On the attached map, St. Landry is located at E5.

For information about the state of Louisiana see Louisiana Family History Research.

Parishes of Louisiana


Parishes of Louisiana

AcadiaAllenAscensionAssumptionAvoyellesBeauregardBienvilleBossierCaddoCalcasieuCaldwellCameronCatahoulaClaiborneConcordiaDe SotoEast Baton RougeEast CarrollEast FelicianaEvangelineFranklinGrantIberiaIbervilleJacksonJeffersonJefferson DavisLafayetteLaFourcheLa SalleLincolnLivingstonMadisonMorehouseNatchitochesOrleansOuachitaPlaqueminesPointe CoupeeRapidesRed RiverRichlandSabineSt. BernardSt. CharlesSt. HelenaSt. JamesSt. John the BaptistSt. LandrySt. MartinSt. MarySt. TammanyTangipahoaTensasTerrebonneUnionVermilionVernonWashingtonWebsterWest Baton RougeWest CarrollWest FelicianaWinn

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