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Couisan Family   Book                                                                                                                                                                                                                        & Tree

 

 

 

Volume #1

 

Chapter 1.                                       

                                 

 

 

 

 

 

 Contents:

Preface: History of this book is basic on the Cousain families left from France, Germany and other over sea country arrived in the United State of America for freedom and justice.

 

Acknowledgments: Mr. Jimmie Cousain Sr. and Bertha Cousain James Johnson the founder’s in the year of 1989 thru 2004 and Cousin Milton Cousain James Sr. #2 and Victor Edward Cousan and Idell Allen. “Special thank” to Leon Cousain Sr. and Martha Napleen Earlycutt and Family. Author mother and father. .

 

Author Note: Clarence Couisan Sr.

 

Lessons: Love always keeps families together with help of all mighty God.

 

  1. Part 1. Cousain Family: Birth Places/Registration to voter’s……………………………..Pg.3/4 
  2. Part 1a. Cousain Family profession skill: Farmer’s/Man-factor/Labor’s.
  3. Animal and foods………………………………Pg.5.      
  4. Part 2. Cousain Family dairy foods/Education/ReligiousPg.6. 
  5. Cousain Family Street and roads names Cousain and Cyprian Pg.7. 
  6. Part 4. Author Clarence Couisan Sr. Great Uncle and Aunt history…. Pg. 8/9/10/11/12.    
  7. Part 5. Author Clarence Couisan Sr. Uncle and Aunt History………………………….Pg. 13/14/15/16/ 
  8. Part 6. Author Clarence Couisan Sr. Father and Mother historiesPg. 17/ 
  9. Part 7.  Author Clarence Couisan Sr. History……………………………………Pg. 18/19
  10. Part 8.  Author Clarence Couisan Sr. brother and sister’s History……………Pg.20/21/22/23/24/25/26/27/28/29/30/31/32. 

 

 

Cousain Family Recipes: By MS: Idell Allen

Stock 

31/2-4 pounds chicken pieces-------------1 medium onion, quartered

3                3 quarts water----------------------------1 bay leaf

4                2 outer ribs celery, with leaves-----1 teaspoon salt

5                1 carrot, cut in thirds

 

Gumbo

1/3 cup Lard/Crisco Oil--------------------------1/2 teaspoon dried marjoram leaves

½ cup all-purpose flour--------------------------1/2 teaspoon dried basil leaves

1 pound okra, washed and cut in ¼-inch pieces—1 can (14 ½ ounces) whole tomatoes

1 cup chopped onion------------------------------1/2-pound ham, cubed

 ¾ cup chopped celery----------------------------1 pound hot smoked sausage sliced

 ½ cup chopped green bell pepper------------sliced

 ½ cup chopped green onions------------------1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce

2 cloves garlic, pressed------------------------------Salt

¼ cup chopped fresh parsley----------------------Black pepper

 1 bay leaf-------------------------------------------------Cayenne pepper

 ¾ teaspoon dried thyme leaves-------------------Hot pepper sauce

 Steamed rice.

 

  1. For stock, place chicken, water, celery, carrot, onion, bay leaf and salt in large Dutch oven or kettle, Bring to a boil, Simmer 25 minutes, skimming foam and fat from top, Remove meat from bones and reserve. Return bones to stock, Continue simmering.
  2. 2.    For gumbo, heat Lard or Crisco Oil in large Dutch oven or kettle. Add flour gradually, Cook and stir until medium brown, Add okra, onion, celery, green pepper, Cook and stir until okra is crisp-tender. Add green onions, garlic, parsley, bay leaf, thyme, marjoram and basil, undrained tomatoes, ham and chicken meat, Strain stock. Stir slowly into gumbo, Cook sausage. Drain well, Add to gumbo, and Simmer 1hours, stirring occasionally. Add Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper, cayenne and hot pepper sauce. Remove bay leaf before serving. 
  3. To serve, spoon desired amount of rice into individual soup bowls. Ladle gumbo over rice.

 

            

            Cousain Family Music: Religion Music, songs “Ask God” & He’s all I needs.

 

 

R/Blue and Country & Western, You are my sunshine

 

 

                  

 

 

 

 

Chapter 1.

 

The year 1800 and 1807 hundred Great Grand Father Harry Cousain Mother and Father and ancestor’s families travel by ship migrant from England France, Germany, Continental Europe and Southwest, Europe. Cousain family came to United State of America for “live Free and happy in the midst of bounteous prosperity, some family became citizens of the United State America in the year of 1803. As in the united State of America they can protect their property and religion, agriculture and commence property. The Cousain Family spell their names example Couisan, Cousin, Cousins, Cousens Cousizan and Couzens before and after arrive in the United State of America their profession/skill were farmer’s/man factor and labor’s.  Cousain family was in the Napoleonic war of 1796-1812. In the war 1813 between the United States America and England. After war England admit in New Orleans and Orleans Parish, Louisiana some Cousain/ancestor’s where in the follows.  Civil War in the United State of America in 1861-1865 fights for freedom. After the war in United State America the Cousain family’s continuous spell their names vary way (Koozan, Cou-sin, Cousin, Cousan, Couran, Cozain and Couisan) in the United State of America to protect their families. Cousain families arrived in United State of America in a town call (BL) Bayou Lacombe and Bonfuca and Saint Tammany Parish, Louisiana. My Great grandfather Harry Cousain was born in the 1825 in the United State of America (Author are not quit sure on date of birth). In the year 1870 census were take in ward 4 page 166 in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana were Great grandfather Harry Cousain and Great grandmother Susan Cousain and children’s Adolphus, Celia, Clara, Corrine, Harry Jr., Henry, Kate, Katie, Martha, Joseph Thomas, Victor. Mis-spell of the Cousain family name in the years of 1870 (Example Couran). Author research records and found that Great grandfather Harry Cousain register to vote in 1874 #957 in San Tammany parish and Tangipahoa parish Louisiana. Author Clarence Couisan Sr. research through Bible and church records where found in my Cousins old houses on property locate in Louisiana to locate information on Great Grandfather Harry Cousain had no S.S.N. Social Security Number was giving out for born citizen in the United State America until 1935 after the death of Great Grandfather Harry Cousain. Great Grandfather Harry death occurs before Boer War in 1899-1902.  Great Grandfather Harry Cousain was mixed Negro French and white. Since Great Grandfather Harry Cousain was mixed their fore they call his nationality Creole/Negro descent. Great Grandfather Harry Cousain ancestor was a native of the French settlement of New Orleans and Orleans Parish, Louisiana. Ancestor of Great grandfather Harry Cousain, which come from France, Germany, Continental Europe and Southwest Europe. Great Grandfather Harry Cousain ancestors are Alexander Joseph Cousain, Angelica Cousain, Anton Cousain, Anton Hubert Cousain, Claudia Cousain, Eve Mathilde Cousain, Gertrud Hubertina Cousain, Jean Joseph Cousain, Joana Clotilde Cousain, Joanna Antonia Cousain, Johann Michael Cousain, Maria Luisa Cousain and Philippus Cousain. In 1803 New Orleans and Orleans parish Louisiana population were 50,000 and 1807 population 52,998 in 1807 23,574 were slave and 3, 355 were free people of color. Great grandfather Harry Cousain was a farmer/ man factor/labors (1800) and settle in (BL) Bayou Lacombe population estimate 150 peoples and Saint Tammany Parish, Louisiana. Great Grandfather Harry Cousain move from (BL) Bayou Lacombe Saint Tammany Parish, Louisiana (BL) is 35 mile north of New Orleans and Orleans Parish) and then later settle in (1803) (45) mile west Uneedus, Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana, population estimate 50 peoples. Great father Harry Cousain homestead 640 acres of land in the city of Uneedus and Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana 1/mile south of Mansfield road. Great grandfather Harry Cousain marriage Great grandmother Susan Cousain  (nickname Sockie name after a creek where Great Grandfather Harry build home for each one of his children’s there were a log to walk across 8/eight boys one side and 6/six girls on the other side.  Great Grandmother Susan Cousain: Born 1820. 

And now the big explore begin. Great Grandfather Harry Cousain and Great Grandmother Susan Cousain (Sockie) begin with6/ six boys and 8/eight girls total of 14/fourteen children’s names: Most children’s was born by mid-wife and she register with the parish when she had records on at least 12/twelth or more. Some mid-wife keep records in mind and some kept them in a book or bible. So many  children’s  birth  date or incorrect. Children’s of Harry Cousain and Susan Cousain see below from A thru Z.

 

Adolphus Cousain, Celia Cousain, Clara Cousain, Corrine Cousain, Harry Cousain Jr., Henry Cousain, Hattie Cousain Cyprian, Joseph Thomas Cousain (Author grandfather) Kate Cousain, Katie Cousain Carson, Marie Cousain Cyprian, Martha Cousain, Parker Cousain and Victor Daniel Allen Cousain. Uncle Victor Daniel Allen Cousain was a stockbroker made most of his money by sells livestocks.   

Great Grandfather Harry Cousain and Great Grandmother Susan children’s become farmer’s/man factor/labor’s.

Great grandfather Harry Cousain and his son Great Uncle Victor Daniel Allen Cousain registration voters in 1874 in Uneedus, Osceola and Tangipahoa parish, Louisiana. Cousain Families vote for the 1st/first black Governor in Louisiana ( Pickney Benton Stewart Pinchback.Great grandfather Harry Cousain death occurs in the 1900 (Author not quite sure on date of death). After the death of Great Grandfather Harry Cousain he left each child 40 acres of land in according my great uncle Victor Daniel Allen Cousain and cousins. The remains of the property were left to my Great grandmother Susan Cousain. After Great grandmother Susan Cousain death in 1920. After the death of Great Grandmother Susan Cousain land were will over to my Uncle and Aunt some of the family sold it and some kept it for their children’s.  Great Grandfather Harry Cousain and Great Grandmother Susan Cousain live until all their children’s were grown men and women. Great Grandfather Harry Cousain and Great Grandmother Susan left each child 40 acres of lands up on their death.

 

 

 

 

Transportation: Horses/Buggy 

 

 

Chapter 2.

 Building a home: 1a. Material: Logs: Work Tools 2a. Wood hammer, Ox and wage buster. 3a. ---- Foundation: dirt. 4a. ---- Roof material shingle /long leave pine lumber, bathroom woodhouse, bathtub wood. 5a. --- House and rooms light: Oil lamp. 6a.  Cook item wood stove, brick oven. 7a. --- Eat utensil, wood and Tin plates /wood spool and forks/metal knife/pots/pan with top (frying pan)/skillet with tin leg for bake potatoes. 8a. Cleaner items, straw boon/lye soap/washboard/ tubs. 9a. --- Tables for eaten, wood table/wood bench/wood bed and chair. 10a. --- Sleep Items, mattress (feather, straw and hay/pillows (flour sack, cotton sack wood bed frame. 11a. --- Time clock: (24-hour clock or wake up with the Sun. 12a. Heat, wood heater, fireplace clay chimney.

13aKeep food cold, icebox.

 

Bath-room-out house

 

Oil Lamp

 

 

Washboard

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 3. Water: A ground well for drink water and grown plants, bean, rice, berry, cotton and seed for crop/foods etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 4. Field animals and farmer equipment: Ox and Horses, mules, wagon, Georgia stalk, and side harp, ply, slide,  (Example for smooth rows for planted cottonseeds, corn, bean etc.)  

 

 

 

Chapter 5. Dairy items milk and butter/cheese/ice cream. Cousain Family shakes milk in a bottle to make cheese. Cousain Family could not purchase a wood churn. Cousain Family dairy product use for cooking: Bake cakes, pies, corn bread/hot water bread, pancake, wafer, biscuit, cheesecakes, coffee and tea.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 6. Foods: 1a. Apple, cucumber, squash, sweet pepper, vegetables, corn, okra, rice, tomato, lettuce, peanut, butter bean, strawberry and string bean, red bean, sweet/white potato, cabbage, pea, turnip, mustard, collard and cotton. 2a.  Poultry domestic fish, fowls, chickens, ducks and cows and domesticated animal pigs/hogs/sheep.

 

Rooster with baby chicken

Cousain Family can vegetable and fruits in cooking Jud follows items were jam, jelly, plum, hackberry, peach, pear, blackberry, strawberry and pea, tomato, green bean spinach and okra.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 7. Education/Religious: Cousain family and ancestors had a religious background most of them were member of Pleasant Valley Baptist Church and Mount Zion Baptist Church minister by Reverend Joe Bezue. Cousain family attended Union Training School start grade 1st first thru 4th/four and 7th/seven thru 8th/eight in the cities of Uneedus, Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana.  Nelson Cousain Cyprian was principal of Union Training School Uneedus, Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish Louisiana. Instruction/schoolteachers that work with Nelson Cousain Cyprian were Ms: Bird, Ms: Martin and Mr. Willie Route.  Cousain family enroll and Hammond and Tangipahoa Parish Louisiana began registration in June in the 1900 and school closed in the month March after complete nine month of school and white racial began September in the 1900 and closed in June. Cousain family in Hammond and Tangipahoa Parish Louisiana had to work in field during the summer to buy their school cloths to continuous their education. Cousain family in Hammond and Tangipahoa Parish Louisiana had to take their lunch to school and walk for mile to attend school their education. There was a Black and White Superintendent over each school district one for black school and one for white school. Cousain families of Hammond and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana didn’t no what a summer vacation was. Cousain families of Hammond and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana spend most of the summer and holidays work in fields.

 

 

Chapter 8. In the cities of Loranger, Uneedus, Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana their roads names Cousain and Cyprian. There is a street addresses is 27262 Cousan Road, Loranger, Louisiana 70446. (See picture)

Cousain Road

Loranger, Louisiana

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                               

      In alphabet orderA ---Z.

 

  1.  Chapter 9.
  2. Uncle Adolphus Cousain, Born: 1860.
  3. Aunt Celia Cousain, Born: 1848.
  4. Aunt Clara Cousain, Born: 1866.
  5. Aunt Corrine Cousain, Born: 1856.
  6. Aunt Hattie Cousain
  7. Birthplace: Uneedus, Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana year1868. Aunt Hattie Cousain death occurs in Hammond and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana and was burial at Noah cemetery (see picture) Uneedus, Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana.
  8. Noah Cemetery
  9. Uneedus, Louisiana

 

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  1. 11.                    Aunt Hattie Cousain marriage to George Cyprain Sr. they had eight/8 children’s names Ceile Cousain Cyprain Plummer, John H. Cousain Cyprain, Deacon John Louis Cousain Cyprain, Mary Cousain Cyprain Harrell, Deacon Moses L. Cousain Cyprian, Poledah Cousain Cyprain, Preston Cousain Cyprian, Victor D.Cousain Cyprian and Rev. Williams Cousain Cyprian. Aunt Hattie Cousain Cyprain was a good mother/housewife and Uncle George Cyprain was a farmer.
  2. 12.                     
  1.  
  2. Uncle George Cyprian and wife Aunt Hattie Cousain Cyprain was a member of Pleasant Valley Baptist Church minister by Reverend Joe Bezue. (See picture) Pleasant Valley Baptist Church

Uneedus, Louisiana

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. 15.                     Aunt Hattie Cousain Cyprian death occurs in Hammond and Tangipahoa Parish Louisiana. Uncle George Cyprian death occurs in Uneedus, Osceola Tangiphoa Parish Louisiana. Uncle George Cyprain and Aunt Hattie Cousain Cyprain were burial in Noah Cemetery Uneedus, Osceola Tangipahoa Parish, and Louisiana.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Noah Cemetery

Uneedus, Louisiana

  1.  
  2.  
  3. Uncle Harry Cousain Jr. Born: 1858.
  4. Uncle Henry Cousain, Born: 1846.
  5.  Grandfather Joseph Thomas Cousain were marriage to Victoria
  6. Birthplace Uneedus, Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana year 1862. Author not quite sure on date of birth. Grandfather Joe Thomas Cousain was a member of Pleasant Valley Baptist Church Minister By Reverend Joe Bezue.
  7.  
  8. Grandfather Joseph Thomas Cousain death occurs in Hammond and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana years 1956, 1957,1958 or 1959. Author not quit sure on death date. On last years of Grandfather Joseph Thomas Cousain he visit and stage with his stepdaughter Nettie Carter Bell and granddaughter Annie Route Grant in Albany Livingston Parish, Louisiana and Hammond Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana until death occur in 1955-1958(Author not quit sure of death date) and all his great grand children’s love their Great grandfather. The follows names are Shirley Pea, Linda Grant, Brenda Grant, Rose Grant, Glenda Grant, Charlene Grant, Jacqueline Grant, Carolyn Grant, Norma Jean Route, Authur Route, Calvin Grant and William Grant Jr. Annie Route Grant death occur on February 15,2001. Grandfather Joseph Thomas Cousain was burial at Noah Cemetery and Uneedus, Osceola Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana.
  9. Noah Cemetery
  10. Uneedus, Louisiana

 

 

 

  1. 27.                    Grandfather Joseph was marriage to GranmotherVictoria they had nine/9 children’s names Alice Cousain James, Dolphus Cousain, Donald Cousain, Eugene James Cousain, Henry Cousain, and Leon Cousain Sr.. Author father), Lillie Cousain, Robert Joseph Cousain and Wilson Cousain.
  2. 28.            Grandfather Joseph Thomas Cousain and Grandmother Victoria Cousain was member of Pleasant Valley Baptist Church minister by Reverend Joe Bezue in the cities of Uneedus, Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana.

 

Pleasant Valley Baptist Church

Uneedus, Louisiana

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30.  Grandfather Joseph Thomas Cousain raised his children’s until they go to be men and women and move out of Osceola to Albany and Hammond Tangipahoa Parish Louisiana. Grandfather Joseph Thomas Cousain was a farmer and a good provide for his families. Grandfather Joseph Thomas Cousain always visits his sister and brother and cousin. After Grandfather Joseph Thomas Cousain depart from Uneedus and Osceola Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana. Grandfather Joseph Thomas Cousain come back and forward in country with his little jug (call moonshine) to have a party played music, dance and sang. Grandfather Joseph Thomas Cousain was a great farmer he plant some bean with his cousin but his cousin did not come up and my Grandfather Joseph Thomas Cousain got on his need and ask God for help him with those bean to support his family the next day beam came up. This information comes from our cousain. Grandfather Joseph Thomas Cousain was a religious man and believes in God our father in heaven.

31.  Aunt Kate Cousain, Born: 1865.

 

 

 

 

  1. 32.           Katie Cousain Carson
  2. 33.                    Birthplace Uneedus, Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana 1865. Aunt Katie Cousain was marriage to Uncle Charlie Carson. Aunt Katie Cousain Carson death occurs in 19th century in Hammond and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana and was burial at Noah Cemetery and Uneedus, Osceola Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana. Aunt Katie Cousain Carson had no children’s. Aunt Katie Cousain Carson was a member Pleasant Baptist Church minister by Reverend Joe Bezue. Accord to records that Aunt Katie Cousain Carson live to 107th/One hundred years old. One of Aunt Katie Cousain Carson Nephew found an old bible stated that Aunt Katie Cousain Carson at death was118/One-hundered-eighteen year old when death occur. Aunt Katie Cousain Carson works clean houses in white woman homes in Uneedus, Osceola Tangipahoa Parish, and Louisiana.
  3. 34.           Aunt Marie Cousain Cyprian
  1. Birthplace Uneedus, Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana 1872. Aunt Marie Cousain Cyprian death occur in 1929 burial at Noah Cemetery and Uneedus, Osceola Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana. Aunt Marie Cousain were marriage to Uncle Paul Cyprian they had seven/7 children’s names Corrine Cousain Cyprian Bell, Earnest, James, Ina Mae James, Joseph, Sullivan and Thomas. Aunt Marie Cousain Cyprian was a member of Pleasant Valley Baptist Church minister by Reverend Joe Bezue. Aunt Marie Cousain Cyprian and Uncle Paul Cyprian was a farmer to raise money for to support their family. Aunt Marie Cousain Cyprian works in white woman houses in the cities Uneedus, Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana.
  2. Aunt Martha Cousain, Born: 1850.

 

  1. 37.           Uncle Parker Cousain
  2. 38.                    Birthplace Uneedus, Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana 1855 (Author not quit sure birth date.
  3. 39.                    Uncle Parker death occur in the cities Uneedus, Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana and burial at Noah Cemetery and Uneedus, Osceola Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana. Uncle Parker Cousain was never marriage.  Uncle Parker Cousain was injury on his job and became disabled. But he still tries to work on farms with a horse and ply. No children’s.
  1. Uncle Parker Cousain were a member of Pleasant Valley Baptist Church minister by Reverend Joe Bezue. Uncle Parker Cousain death occurs in Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana. Uncle Parker Cousain was burial at Noah Cemetery cities of Uneedus, Osceola Tangiphoa Parish, and Louisiana.

 

 

 

 

  1. 41.           Uncle Victor Allen Daniel Cousain
  2. 42.                    Birthplace Uneedus, Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish                                       Louisiana in 1852. Uncle Victor Allen Daniel Cousain death occurs in 1943. (Author’s not quit sure of date of death) Uncle Victor Allen Daniel Cousain was marriage to Aunt Rosetta Richardson had one/1 child name Bolivar Cousan. Uncle Victor Allen Daniel Cousain was a member of Pleasant Valley Baptist Church minister by Reverend Joe Bezue. Uncle Victor Allen Daniel Cousain raised livestock’s in the 1875/1900 hundred example cattle’s, sheep’s. Uncle Victor Allen Daniel Cousain was a farmer. Uncle Victor Allen Daniel Cousain brand mark on his cattle’s stencil (swallow fork) to show ownership and delivery them to Folsom and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana (5 miles Uneedus, (5 miles Osceola about 18 miles to Franklinton and Washington Parish, Louisiana and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana.  From Uneedus, Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana, (18 miles to Franklinton and Washington Parish, Louisiana about 18 miles.  Cousain families transportation in the 1900, 1940 to delivery cotton, livestock’s etc. Pleasant Cousan Sr., John Duckworth and Alex Bezue. One white man no kin-ship name Ward Lee just a friend of the Cousain family to delivery cotton to Franklinton and Washington Parish, Louisiana with Corn, Green Bean, Strawberry, Cattle’s and sheep’s and delivery them to Amite, (5miles Independence and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana.    (Author grandfather) Grandfather Joseph Thomas Cousain and his brothers and sisters, Aunt Hattie Cousain Cyprian, Aunt Katie Cousain Carson, Aunt Marie Cousain Cyprian, Uncle Parker Cousain and Uncle Victor Allen Daniel Cousain walk from Osceola and Tangipahoa Parish Louisiana to Covington Saint Tammany Parish, Louisiana about 17 mile on a log road call Benny bridge to bring back 48lb bag of flour to feed their families.

 

Joseph Thomas Cousain and Victoria Cousain children’s. (Author’s grandfather and grandmother)

          

 

 

 

  1. 43.           Chapter 10.
  2. 44.            Aunt Alice Cousain James
  3. 45.                    Birthplace: Osceola, Uneedus and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana.  Aunt Alice Cousain was marriage to Uncle Melton James Sr.. Aunt Alice Cousain James death occurs in 1953. Aunt Alice Cousain James and Uncle Melton James Sr. was a member of Mount Zion Baptist Church minister by Reverend Joe Bezue in the city of Holden and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana. Aunt Alice Cousain James and Uncle Melton James Sr. were burial at James Cemetery in the city of Holden and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana. Aunt Alice Cousain James and Uncle Melton James had a family of eight/8 children’s Bertha Cousain James Jones Lebeau, Doretha Cousain James Johnson, Lela Cousain James Baham, Melton Cousain James Jr., Sallie Cousain James Nichols and Victoria Cousain James Collins.
  4. 46.                     Twenty/20 Grand children’s. Bryant Jones, Alfred Jones jr., Bryon Cousain James Jones, Carol Cousain James, Clinton Cousain James Baham Jr., Debra Cousain James Baham, Derick Cousain James Jones, Donnell Cousain James Wise, Fayelett Cousain James Johnson, Karen Cousain James Johnson, Leroy Cousain James Johnson Jr., Marion Couisan James Baham, Mike Johnson, Melton James Jr. 2, Willie Stine Cousain James Abron, Debra Deisa Cousain James Nichols, Debra D. Cousain James and Derwin James Collins.
  5. Uncle Dolphus Cousain
  6. 48.                    Birthplace Osceola, Uneedus and Tangipahoa Parish Louisiana. Uncle Dolphus Cousain were a member of Good Hope Baptist Church, Ponchatoula and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana. Uncle Dolphus Cousain never was marriage. UncleDolphus Cousain death occur the 1900 hundred. (Author not quit sure of death date). Uncle Dolphus Cousain was burial in Methodist Church Cemetery location old Covington Highway Hammond and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana. Uncle Dolphus Cousain had two/2 children’s, Leon Cousain and Robert Cousain.
  1.  One/1 Great grandchild Rudy Mae Taylor Cousain. Uncle Dolphus were a quite man. Uncle Dolphus Cousain was a farmer/Labor.

 

 

  1. 50.           Uncle Donald Cousain
  1. Birthplace Osceola, Uneedus and Trangipahoa Parish, Louisiana. Uncle Donald Cousain death occurs in 1900. (Author not quit sure of death date). Uncle Donald Cousain had no children’s. Uncle Donald Cousain, Author did not get a chance to meet his Uncle Donald Cousain. Uncle Donald Cousain was a farmer/Labor.
  2. Uncle Eugene James Cousain
  3. Birthplace Osceola, Uneedus and Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana year 1895Uncle Eugene James Cousain death occurs on September 1971 in San Francisco, California. Uncle Eugene James Cousain was burial in Skylines Cemetery San Mateo, California. Uncle Eugene James Cousain was marriage to Abby Seymore, Erie Jackson, and Nevada Linsey Scott. Uncle Eugene James Cousain had four/4 children’s
  4. Daniel Cousain were a member of Greater Rose Hill Baptist Church in Hammond, Louisiana and a member of Friendship Baptist Church, South San Francisco, California. Daniel Cousain was a member of the Usher Department.
  5.  Daniel Cousain death occur March 27, 2002 in the city Pittsburg, Ca., Hattie Mae Cousain, Larence Jackson (step-son) and Willie Mae Cousain. Uncle Eugene James Cousain
  6.  Nine/9 Grandchildren’s, Donald Cousain, Wesley Mccrae Daniel Fulbright Cousain, Earnest Cousain Johnson Jr., Rev. Jimmie Earie Cousain Johnson Sr., Joyce Marie Cousain Johnson Yates, Donald Edward Cousain Greenfield, Patricia Cousain Greenfield, Robert George Cousain Greenfield and Jerry Evon Cousain Perkins. Uncle Eugene James Cousain was a drink man, had a horse call pretty boy. When he come and visitor us he had been drink and we will no all our aunt name cause he will call their names one magic w

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