Tag Archives: Sandra

ALL THE NEW AFRICAN AMERICAN GENEALOGY BLOGS ONLINE……

Since being a part of the new Facebook Group: African-American Genealogy & Slave Ancestry Research I have meet some new Researchers and Bloggers as well. Within a 4 week period the African American Genealogy Community has grown with some New Bloggers. I would like to acknowledge them all New & Old: Echoes of my Nola Past Our Georgia Roots Claiming Kin Conversations with my Ancestors Georgia Black Crackers In Honor of my Ancestors Low Country Africana My Elusive Kin Our Alabama […]

Carnival of African American Genealogy: Restore My Name

I have been researching my Family’s History for a short period of time(One Year) and truly love being a part of the Genealogy Community. With the showing of Face of America on PBS and Who Do You Think You Are? on NBC, I am hoping that it will spark a lot of new interest in Genealogy and there become some new Researchers and some new Family Trees going up that will allow more Genealogical connections. There are so few African […]

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY: THE HANGING TREE!

TREASURE CHEST THURSDAY: A STEPPING STOOL

Isn’t this the cutest thing. I had to step on this to get in my bed at the Savannah B&B. Wish I could have brung this home, but it would not fit in my suitcase. I TRIED. Until next time!!

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY: THE WHIPPING TREE

TOMBSTONE TUESDAY: LAUREL GROVE CEMETERY/PLANTATION SAVANNAH, GA

As everyone know from OurGeorgiaRoots on Saturday we took the Freedom Trail Tour with Johnnie Brown, and one of the places that he took us was The Laurel Grove Cemetery which once was a Plantation. Now for someone that only goes to funeral unless I have to, I had no problem viewing Markers of Slave Ancestors. It was such a spiritual experience for me. I was always told growing up to never fear the dead its the living that you have to worry […]

SENTIMENTAL SUNDAY: SAVANNAH, GA PART 1.

I spent this weekend with some of the most amazing Women(and I Gentleman) that I know. Luckie of OurGeorgiaRoots, Sandra of I Never knew my Father, Mavis of Georgia Black Crackers, and Sandra’s Brother Bernard decided to get together for the Southeast Family History Expo in Savannah, GA, but it was more than that to me. It was more about spending time with family, like cousins getting together that had not seen each other in a long time! I headed […]

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