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The Louisiana Genealogical Records Committee of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) at http://www.dar.org/ has collected many Bible records. They can be found at the DAR Library in Washington, DC.  Over 25 volumes of these and similar compilations are available on microfilm at the Family History Library. An example is ''Be It Known and Remembered: Bible Records'', 5 vols. (Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Louisiana Genealogical & Historical Society, 1960-67, 1992; FHL book 976.3 V29L; vols. 1-2 on film 844970 and vols. 3-4 on film 844935; vols. 1-4 on fiche 6051103).
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The Louisiana Genealogical Records Committee of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) at http://www.dar.org/ has collected many Bible records. They can be found at the DAR Library in Washington, DC. Over 25 volumes of these and similar compilations are available on microfilm at the Family History Library. An example is ''Be It Known and Remembered: Bible Records'', 5 vols. (Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Louisiana Genealogical & Historical Society, 1960-67, 1992; FHL book 976.3 V29L; vols. 1-2 on film 844970 and vols. 3-4 on film 844935; vols. 1-4 on fiche 6051103).
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The Louisiana Genealogical Records Committee of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) at http://www.dar.org/ has collected many Bible records. They can be found at the DAR Library in Washington, DC. Over 25 volumes of these and similar compilations are available on microfilm at the Family History Library. An example is Be It Known and Remembered: Bible Records, 5 vols. (Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Louisiana Genealogical & Historical Society, 1960-67, 1992; FHL book 976.3 V29L; vols. 1-2 on film 844970 and vols. 3-4 on film 844935; vols. 1-4 on fiche 6051103).