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Allen Parish
was created on June 12, 1912, from Calcasieu Parish and the parish was named in honor of Henry Watkins Allen, the Confederate governor of Louisiana. The Parish seat is Oberlin. .It is borderd by Vernon Parish (northwest), Rapides Parish (northeast), Evangeline Parish (east), Jefferson Davis Parish (south), Beauregard Parish (west).

The USGenWeb has provided easy to use forms for submitting any records to the Louisiana GenWeb Allen Parish Archives. You can still submit a free form text document if you choose not to use the form provided. Click here to go to the FORMS or send your documents to Chere Lee if you would like to contribute to the Allen Parish Archive Project.
We are looking for any historical documents, articles, photos, etc. Everyone is urged to donate transcriptions of Allen Parish bible records, cemeteries, court records, old newspaper articles, biographies of residents, old letters, census data, obituaries, family histories, parish histories,
military records, old photographs, etc.
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