Monthly Archives: February 2015

Looking for John Albert Sewell, b. 1880 in Oklahoma.

  I need to work a little on John Albert Sewell. I need to review my timeline and build a sound research plan. As a genealogist it is important to set your goals for your research and work through a logical process to resolve … Continue reading

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Military Mystery: Unknown WWI United States Negro Troop. Could They Be Our 812th Pioneer Infantry?

Originally posted on Where Honor Is Due: Our Men of Military Service:
click on image to enlarge As I continue on my mission to find more details about the Company K, 812th Pioneer Infantry for AAGSAR Members Mary (Jewells In…

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Black History Month – Did you know?

Originally posted on J. Gray Researching:
Our Great Granduncle In 1895, with the inauguration of the school for colored people at Bluefield, Mr. Hatter was appointed by Hon. Virgil A. Lewis to the head of the institution and served as…

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The Aftermath of 2015 Rootstech/FGS, Salt Lake City.

I just love Salt Lake City. I thank the Federation of Genealogy Societies (FGS)  for allowing me to present. Well, what can I say, I have no idea how many sessions the joint conferences had, just know that between Rootstech … Continue reading

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2015 Afro-American Historical Genealogical Society-Call for Papers!

It’s official, the call for presenters is out. Please visit the website for details. The conference will be held 10/15-10/17 at the Marriott Downtown,  Richmond, Virginia.

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