Concerning the cemetery: it does, and it doesn't. Exist, that is. It was bulldozed and covered by the Bayou des Glaises levee back in the 1930s, but I can pretty much show you right where it is. Don't know the name of the church that was there, but it was a Methodist-Episcopal South congregation. Think it might have been a mission church of the church in Evergreen. The property for the church was donated by the Calliham and Smith plantations. The donation records are in the courthouse in Marksville. The graveyard is at present-day Hamburg, just across the highway from the GreenPoint Ag building. The present owners can be kind of touchy about people going on the property. All depends. (I have no idea on what it depends.)
As for maps, sounds like you don't have the Captured Confederate Maps. They come from the National Archives. Some are great, with lots of detail - Avoyelles, St. Landry, and Rapides, for example. Others have almost no detail at all. Pointe Coupee is in that category. I have Avoyelles and St. Landry, and need to get them scanned and copied. They're big, so a regular Xerox machine won't do the job. Next time I get up to Alexandria I'll get them done. Then we can talk some trading, because I don't think I have the Stirling Plantation map. Do you have the five-sheet map of the Union retreat from Alexandria to Simmesport? There's an incredible amount of detail in that one.
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