In the Photographs Somewhere Well I’ve had enough of that tart taste of illness and now it’s time to pour a glass of sweet tea. During my time out, so to speak, I started looking at some family photos, some
Appearance on History Channel How the States Got Their Shapes How many evenings have you watched something on the History Channel. I’m so excited that tonight you can catch Kathleen Brandt, owner of a3Genealogy, and myself on History Channel.
Venturing in the Neighborhood Hidden Neighborhood Cemetery When driving into our neighborhood if you look closely behind some of the homes, you’ll notice a black metal fence. This fence is strangely wedged between a couple wooden privacy fences.
Listing to What Our Ancestors have to Say Maybe it was the changing colors in the trees, the cooler temperatures or it was just the talk of decorating our home for Halloween. I couldn’t help myself; maybe it’s
Descendant of a Slave and Slave Master I want to thank all of you who have read my blog postings and commented on them. In one of the comments I received today there was a question about a part two on
My Family History “Excuse me but aren’t you ashamed of your family?” That was a question asked of me while I was explaining that one of my ancestors was a slave owner. I never gave it a second thought, that is
Joining the Blogging World can be a Frighting Step Finally I’ve joined the world of blogging, yes I know it took long enough. I was hoping to have my blog up, running earlier. Especially after attending the Federation for Genealogical Society