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    1  100,000 Likes on Facebook !!!  - vkn
    Woo hoo! 100,000 likes on Facebook! Thank you AfriGeneas Family!..

    2  Re: South Carolina Egyptians - F.P.O.C.? - Raymond Sims
    Greetings to you. I was wondering if you looked into any of the information discussed in this thread. I am sure you are aware of President Obama's reference to Muslim assistance in establishing this c..

    3  Re: Reunion Tomorrow At Last - rasberry345
    Yea!!!..

    4  Reunion Tomorrow At Last - Beattitudes56
    The entire story is far too long to post here however as part of my search included a stop here it is fitting that I post this follow up. 2 weeks ago I was contacted by a young lady who read a post I ..

    5  [IL] obituary OH/IL - betty williams
    hello everyone, haven't been on this site in awhile, had to figure out password..lol hope all is well with everyone and their research.....looking for obituary for Carl Williams b 20 Nov 1914 in Mound..

    6  Re: HAWKINS, Coahuila, Mexico - Annicha Deloney
    No, I'm related to her sister Rosa Lee. Rosie's daughter, Nellie Lee married Robert Manuel (Bob Peter). Their daughter Alice married Wilson Durant and had my great grandpa, Robert Durant NB419...

    7  Re: Please describe your search and discoveries! - David
    Thank you for sharing that extraordinary history -- and cautionary tale that American race categories evolve with our cultural and social history. We may expect they will continue to do so...

    8  Re: HAWKINS, Coahuila, Mexico - Erma denise
    hello is sylvia your ancestor..

    9  Re: Please describe your search and discoveries! - Kim N.
    My mother's maiden name is Bell. While there had been some research done on her maternal family line, no one was doing anything on her paternal line. My cousin decided to jump in. We have always known..

    10  Please describe your search and discoveries! - David
    You are correct: #1 went to William Beall, lot #2 went to Mary Beall Stallings, and lot #3 went to Elisha Harvey Beall. Please explain how knowing this confirms your ancestry, because everyone who rea..

    11  Re: FPOC Mt. Vernon, Truro, Fairfax, VA - Bill Breihan
    I have some additional information on the Simms family, in particular their relationship to the Fairfax County Lees...

    12  Re: CARRIE MCKENSIE - Arlene Polk
    I did not find a death record for Carrie Morton McKensie, but perhaps a certificate was not filed, since it appears she may have died in rural Dinwiddie, Virginia and was buried in a family cemetery. ..

    13  Re: CARRIE MCKENSIE - B.Taylor
    Carrie died in Dinwiddie, Virginia and was buried in a Family Cemetery in Dinwiddie, Virginia and there wasn't a headstone...

    14  FN Pass per Selma  - Vicky Daviss Mitchell
    15  Re: Emancipation in Mecklenburg VA - Selinva
    Deborah, The law passed in 1793 required that: "annually the Negro shall be delivered a copy for 25 cents. A penalty is fixed for employing a Negro without a certificate; the Negro may be committ..



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