DeSoto Parish Louisiana

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Carmel Cemetery

AKA Immaculate Conception Cemetery

1746 Smithport Lake Road
Carmel, Louisiana, 71052 USA
Coordinates: 32.09024, -93.61010


DeSoto Parish LA

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Last First/Maiden DOB DOD Notes
Arnie Artimese Chamard   1909  
Arnie Louis     Infant of Artimese
Carson Isaac   4 Oct 1873  
Carson Melisa Combs 22 Aug 1845 11 Jan 1932  
Christian Artemise Laffitte   1889  
Christian Sam   1897  
Clanton Robert   1906  
Clanton Stewart   1906  
Clanton Willie   1906  
Rinke Albert D

1 Jan 1847

11 Oct 1898 Born in Dittersdorf, Neustadt Germany.  Died in Carmel, DeSoto Parish LA.  Contact Sharon
Rinke Ernest SR 13 Oct-1867 27 Apr 1929 Contact Sharon
Rinke Rosalie 26 Mar 1843 22 Apr 1912 Contact Sharon


Estella Lacobee DeSoto    
Estella Lacobee DeSoto

MANSFIELD, LA - A Funeral Mass for Mrs. Estella DeSoto will be held Wednesday, September 9, 2009 at 10:00AM at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Mansfield, LA. Father Larry Niehoff will be officiating. Interment will follow in the Carmel Catholic Cemetery. The family will receive friends Tuesday, September 8, 2009 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM in the Chapel at Rose-Neath Funeral Home in Mansfield, LA, with a Vigil honoring the life of Mrs. DeSoto beginning at 6:00 PM.

Estella Lacobee DeSoto, 93, was born August 24, 1916 in Stonewall, LA to Sylvester Joseph Lacobee and Louise Middleton Lacobee and entered into rest on September 6, 2009 at Grace Home in Shreveport, LA. Estella was a homemaker and helped her husband run their General Store on Clear Lake.

Mrs. DeSoto is preceded in death by her parents, Sylvester J. and Louise Middleton Lacobee; husband, Theo DeSoto; siblings: Thelma Haigler, Helen Wiswall, Nettie Nelson, S.J. Lacobee and Sidney Lacobee.

Left here to cherish her memory are her children: Martha DeSoto, Jane DeSoto Law, Ted DeSoto and wife, Kitty, and Glenn DeSoto and wife, Kathy, grandchildren: Lisa Wellborn and husband, Jeff, Phyllis Cancienne and husband, Sam, Leslie McCormack and husband, Jimmy, Holly Reynolds and husband, Jason, Abigail DeSoto, Heather DeSoto and Jared DeSoto, great-grandchildren: Madeline Wellborn, Jordan Wellborn, Sam Cancienne, Jr., Renee Cancienne and Evangeline Marie Reynolds,

Honoring Mrs. DeSoto as Pallbearers will be Jared DeSoto, Jordan Wellborn, Jeff Wellborn, Sam Cancienne, Jason Reynolds and Jimmy McCormack.

Memorials may be made in Mrs. DeSoto's name to Carmel Catholic Church Fund, 116 Honeysuckle, Dr. Mansfield, LA. 71052 or Rock Chapel Fund, 5457 Hwy 509, Mansfield, LA. 71052. Kilpatrick's Rose-Neath Funeral Home
Mansfield, LA 318-872-4660



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