St. Helena Parish, Louisiana
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St. Helena Parish History
The region was once part of colonial West Florida.
The area was annexed to the Territory of Orleans and the parish was created

in 1810
In 1832, the southern section of the parish was taken to form Livingston Parish; the courthouse was moved from Montpelier to Greensburg, where it remains today. St. Helena lost another portion of land in 1866, which was subsequently added to land from other parishes to form Tangipahoa Parish.

Its seat is Greensburg and the only other community is Montpelier.
 


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St. Helena Parish Data

 

Birth Records

Church Histories / Records

County Records

Death Records

Family Bibles and Records

History Topics

Marriage Records

Miscellaneous Data

School Records

Slavery Records

Wills/Probate Records

 

Website Updates:
July 2017:  biographies for AMACKER, COLLINS, DAY, GILL, HANEY, HARVELL, HILL, JONES, KEMP, NEWSOM, NEWTON, PIPKIN, ROBERTS, SITMAN, SLAUGHTER, WALL, WARREN, WATSON, WOODWARD, RICHARDSON, BAYLIES.  Obits for BLUNT, SPILLER, WHEELER, CARROLL, CARTER.  Marriage announcements of DAVIS-HENDERSON, REESE-WOMACK
 

 

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Surrounding Parishes and Counties
Amite County, Mississippi (north)
Tangipahoa Parish (east)
Livingston Parish (south)
East Baton Rouge Parish (southwest)
East Feliciana Parish (west)


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