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Dorion Cemetery
Hackberry, Cameron Parish, Louisiana

Contributed by Lisa M. Reed, Nov 05, 2002 [michelemonet@xspedius.net]. Total records = 13.

Located on east side of the Calcasieu Ship Channel, across from Davis' Seafood in Hackberry. Accessible by water only on private land.

This is a private family cemetery. Latest grave per dates available is 1952. There is one unknown next to north fence, 1st row.

I walked and transcribed this cemetery on 20 Oct 2002, from the cemetery tombstones, with permission given me by the land owner.

- Lisa M Reed

Breaux, Clairvil, no dates, Row 1
Doiran, Emilie, d. 8 Jun 1934, Age 88yrs, "Rest mother in quiet sleep while friends oer thee weep", Row 3
Doiron, Abraham, d. 2 Mar 1902, Age 2 yrs, "Gone but not forgotten", Row 2
Doiron, Albert, d. 10 Dec 1909, Age 21 yrs, "Gone but not Forgotten", Row 3
Doiron, Edmond, no dates, Row 1
Doiron, Erese, d. 15 Dec 1903, Age 20yrs, "Gone but not forgotten", Row 2
Doiron, Eucarista, b. 24 Oct 1880, d. 8 Jun 1907 "At Rest", Row 2
Doiron, Mary A., no dates, Row 1
Doiron, Mary, b. 24 Nov 1848, d. 12 Aug 1923, "Gone but not forgotten", s/w Valrie, Row 3
Doiron, Mitchel, d. 28 Jan 1923, Age 72yrs, "Gone but not forgotten, Farewell dear father sweet thy rest farewell till in some happy place we shall behold thy face", Row 3
Doiron, Valrie, b. 13 Oct 1844, d. 27 Oct 1927, s/w Mary, Row 3
Doiron, Zedore, b 1875, d. May 1952, "Weep not for me dear familys for I'll await thee in the glory", Row 3
Tinney, Angle, b. Dec 1909, d. Dec 1909, "In loving remembrance of our darling baby", Row 3

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