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New Orleans residents grew accustomed to watching the polite procession to a duel under the oaks almost every day in the 1800s. It was so popular that, according to the book History of Louisiana, more than ten duels were fought at the spot on one Sunday in ... (Smithsonian.com)
A Louisiana soldier killed in action ... "Our grandmothers were here in New Orleans, and so it's like we have a new family now". She wrote the military repeatedly, beseeching them to find her son's remains, and the family frequently remembered him in ... (bilbaoya.com)
Earl Keating was a 27-year-old graphic artist in New Orleans when he decided to enlist in the United ... the Patriot Guard escorted the hearse from Armstrong International Airport to Jacob Schoen and Son Funeral Home, just a stone's throw away from where ... (WDSU NewsChannel 6)
The U.S. treasury secretary, Jacob Lew, urged his Japanese counterpart ... Decades after death in WWII, a son of New Orleans comes home Decades after death in WWII, a son of New Orleans comes home More than seven decades after dying in World War II ... (WAFB)
Irish Distillers was formed in 1966, when a merger took place between John Powers & Son, John Jameson ... Sazerac is one of New Orleans’ oldest family owned, privately held companies and has operations in New Orleans, Louisiana; Frankfort, Bardstown ... (Business Wire)
"For many people, their obituary may be just about the only thing that is ever written about them in their whole life and death. The obituary can be the defining statement about that person for the family, friends, and community. An obituary can be read now, and saved for generations. All the more r...
Over the years I've pondered the meaning of trials and sorrow that my loved ones or I have endured. Some believe there are lessons to learn from hardship. I agree. In many instances we learn compassion, empathy, faith, trust, and humility. Our own choices will often lead to natural consequences that...