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looking for marriage info on stella young and alexander jarratt and could be in Canada, Virginia or new York alexander was born oct 25, 1896 and stella young could be Estelle was born 1906 in canada
Added by Brandee Johnson on February 9, 2018 at 11:39pm — No Comments
first of all looking for relative from grandmothers side of family name of Hannah Hytre and a Isaac Thomas died before 1871 and from Jamaica british west indies. Hannah was born around 1801 and from montreal Quebec Canada.
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Watching the Oprah Show today (4 May 2011) and seeing all the original Freedom Riders had me thinking about our Cousin Horatio Thompson born 1914 to James Thompson and Eleanor…Continue
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Watching the Oprah Show today (4 May 2011) and seeing all the original Freedom Riders had me thinking about our Cousin Horatio Thompson born 1914 to James Thompson and Eleanor Etelka Cabrere Thompson. Horatio’s father James is the son of Great Aunt Alice Thompson the sister of Grandma Phine (Josephine Thompson DeLavallade).
The reason Oprah’s show had me thinking of Horatio he was at the forefront of the Civil Rights Movement in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where the first Civil…Continue
Sorry for the inconvenience this weeks post was too large to send as usual.
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It is as if I grew up knowing each of my ancestors I write about. They now want to meet the rest of the descendants of Ocean Springs, Mississippi and New Orleans, Louisiana, along with other places far and wide they may…Continue
Added by Patricia 'Pat' Armstrong Watkins on January 13, 2014 at 2:01pm — No Comments
It’s been eighteen years, 8 months and 19 days since I last heard my Mother’s voice. Easter Sunday April 16, 1995, I would walked out of her hospital room only to walk back in the next day to see her for the…Continue
Added by Patricia 'Pat' Armstrong Watkins on January 5, 2014 at 7:30pm — No Comments
In few weeks time I'll be on East Coast and I want to visit the State Library of VA in Richmond some research. My time in Virginia will be very short so I want to make the most of it. I am wondering if I can make some arrangements with an archivist prior to arriving?
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Jane Forrest Will
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Montgomery, Isaiah T.
Isaiah T. Montgomery was born May 21, 1847 on Hurricane Island, Warren County, Mississippi -- the property of Joseph E. Davis, brother of the celebrated chief of the Southern Confederacy. His parents were Benjamin Thornton and Mary Montgomery. He was taught the elements of common education by his father. Isaiah was set to work at the age of 9 years in the office of Mr. Davis in the capacity of…
Picture of my cousin and I ... it was great meeting her in person after a couple of years of emails, telephone calls and facebook posts. She and I met through Ancestry .com when we both were doing research and had some of the same names in our respective trees mainly her Grandmother the daughter of my Grandfather and my Dad’s sister. This past week she and her mother the Granddaughter of my Grandfather made the trip to California for a visit to meet my 94 year old Dad and the family. Yes, we…Continue
If anyone has any information on Dr. Charles M. Harris, his wife Dr. Laura Baxter Harris (Jersey City, NJ) or their children Charles Harris III and/or Jacquline Harris (Talladega College 1950s), I would appreciate you sharing.
Dr. Harris had a practice in Jersey City, NJ and also practiced at Mercy Douglass Hospital in Philadelphia PA during the 1950's. He was born in 1923 (not sure where) and died in 1994 in Philadelphia, PA.
Tell the story about the need for resources in your Mississippi County. Particularly about the lack of surveys for African-American Cemeteries.
It seems that most people do not know or remember that the Ouachita/Morehouse, Louisiana area did not start off as the sedentary, slow paced, spice-free extension of the old…