~Welcome to My Adventures In Genealogy~
My first grandaughter is about to turn two years old! Wow how time flies! My family is changing and that prompts more change in my research and preservation of our family history.
Also, don't forget to check out my blog "My Bloggin Research" which gives tips and also talks about my research through the year. Coming soon will be the addition of video!
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Explore this website and if you have any suggestions, find the contact section above and let me know! Welcome!
I have added being a Creative Memories Independent Advisor. If you haven't tried scrapbooking, make sure you check out my "Preserving Memories" page in the menu above. Lots of great info will be added and links to find products that I use. Such as Flip-pal for easy on the go scanning, Cricut machines to make preservation in your Creative Memories scrapbooks more exciting and Sizzix die-cut for added embellishments. Check out all those great products on that page! I have a Facebook page specifically for CM and you should definitely check it out by clicking HERE!
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By clicking images on my site and purchasing your products through my portal, I earn a percentage!
Any ads that I have on MY website, I endorse wholeheartedly. They include Flip-Pal, Sizzix, Creative Memories and Cricut!
My Bloggin Research
Don't forget to check out and subscribe to my blog, it's bound to get more interesting than ever before! Feel free to leave comments and recommends on Twitter and Facebook with each new blog using the links on the page!
What families I personally Research
On these pages you will find individual pages about the following families:
Duke, Teeter, Moseley, Heard, Belcher, Billingsley, Randolph, Parker, Smith, Coles, Griffith, McClelland, Smith, Beeks, Crabtree, Wilson, Epps, Pleasants, Brocato, Pristas, Held, Hess, DeGroot, Minugh and likely any family related to each of those names. While the amount of information is still a work in progress, there is much to learn about family history here. These families would have been closely related to the following states: North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Northern states of New York and New Jersey.
Memorial & Dedications
Why I research and who I dedicate my research too. Please just have a quick look.
Take one last moment to view the page, Special Thanks. This is the page of people who've contributed to my family research in one or more ways by submitting images, stories, genealogies or documents.
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