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    1  Re: The power of internet search engines - Georgia Walker-Adams
    Fascinating read, David, and great find!..

    2  Re: The power of internet search engines - vkn
    Thank you David for sharing the detailed details of your successful use of search engines. I will print the details for for a more thorough examination...

    3  McCLARTY - Isetta Crawford Rawls
    Haberi Gani, YOU ARE A GODSEND! Georgia McClarty was my grandmother, my Mother her second child of six. All have passed on. I knew some of them when I was little, and heard the names of a lot who I do..

    4  Re: The power of internet search engines - Arlene Polk
    Great research job, David, and an exciting read. Thank you for sharing your search...

    5  The power of internet search engines  - David
    On Tuesday I attained an exciting research goal at two major libraries and archives at Richmond, Virginia. My quest was to find the birth family of Fannie White in slavery in Virginia. In 1882 Fannie ..

    6  Re: Evergreen Negro Cemetery History TX - Vicky Daviss Mitchell
    My Great Grandfather James D Daviss was buried in the Evergreen Negro Cemetery. When they wanted to make room for the Freeway he was one on the ones that was moved to one of the three cemeteries. To t..

    7  Re: Evergreen Negro Cemetery History TX - 3rdthawkins
    Good information, there's an Evergreen in Red River County, my grgrgranduncle buried his son there. Wish to find info on that cemetery...

    8  Re: [SC] Trying to Find a Family Church - di lee
    btw 3rdthawkins, i am not sure if u were aware they have finished the renovations on the social hall of the church...

    9  Re: [SC] Trying to Find a Family Church - di lee
    Hi In this age of technology it seems alot of people forget the telephone. Get a phone book for that area. I have had area phone companies mail me a copy at a small cost. In small towns it is so simpl..

    10  Runaway Slave Research Project - Max Grivno
    The Documenting Runaway Slaves Project was begun at the University of Southern Mississippi in 2012 with support from the National Park Service’s Lower Mississippi Delta Initiative and the Mississipp..

    11  [MS] Susan LOCUS 1870 ? - MUHAMMAD ABDULLAH
    GOOD EVENING. I AM SEEKING INFORMATION ON SUSAN LOCUS ? ON THE 1870 CENSUS IN WASHINGTON,MISSISSIPPI .SHE IS LISTED AS BEING FROM AFRICA ? BORN ABOUT 1800 ? THANK YOU - unitytwo@sbcglobal.net, sheikhm..

    12  GRAY THOMAS SMITH BURNS SC>GA - Frances Stephens
    Researching my Maternal and Paternal parents. Last names: Gray & Thomas ( Edgefield County, South Carolina), Smith (Augusta,GA) Burns, Pitt(Louisville, GA) Smith (Wilkinson County, GA,) Harvard,(Laure..

    13  Re: Slave Traders' Names - vkn
    Cynthia, As handy as such a list of Virginia slave traders would be, I know of no such. Try this book: Frederic Bancroft, Slave Trading in the Old South (1931), especially chapter 5 "Virginia and the ..

    14  Re: Washington Gray - Vicky Daviss Mitchell
    Our pleasure!..

    15  Re: HUDSON > COLEMAN> JOINER • GA - Arlene Polk
    Eartha, You are very welcome. Simply write the County and indicate that you are looking to obtain the death certificate of Nathaniel Joiner, giving his birth year and date of death, and that he died i..



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