The Roulhac Family Association invites donations in support of the following projects:
The Roulhac cemetery
Untold countless numbers of Roulhac’s of African descent were laid to rest in the Roulhac Cemetery north of Marianna, Florida. The cemetery is voluntarily maintained by Mr. Kenneth Pope whose property adjoins the grounds. In keeping with the RFA mission, donations to support the cemetery preservation and upkeep are welcome.
The Roulhac Cemetery index can be viewed at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~fljackso/cemeteries/Roulhaccemetery.html
The Roulhac's of Liberia (Africa)
The ancestors of present day Roulhac’s of Liberia immigrated to Liberia in 1869 and 1870 from North Carolina. They were pioneers in establishing the town of Arthington, located 25 miles up the St. Paul River from Monrovia. Today, after 15 years of a brutal civil war, Liberia is the poorest country in Africa. Contributions, large and small, make a big difference in their lives and well-being and are very much appreciated.
Notice: The Roulhac Family Association is a 501c7, non-profit Michigan Corporation. Donations to the RFA and/or its donation encouraged projects are NOT tax deductible.