Black Newspaper Resources

A few weeks ago I attended a wonderful Genealogy Seminar in Atlanta. There was a lot of great information. The one tidbit I'm going to discuss today is a great resource on  Black Newspapers . This site is maintained by  Matthew F. Delmont. Black Newspapers are a wonderful glimpse into the culture and community of a particular... Continue Reading →

Back Up Your Files

It's not a matter of IF your hard drive will fail or become inaccessible. It's a matter of WHEN! Back up your data. You can use an external drive , the cloud, the internet or your email provider. There are a lot of options. Do some research. Be consistent.Back up your files on a monthly basis. Redundancy in this instance is a great thing. Back up your files in more than one way. If one fails you still have your files.

Torrence Terrell

Torrence Terrell Class of 1988 In memory of my brother Torrence LaMonte Terrell, Football Team #40, passed July 23, 1997 A couple of personal notes about Torrence that some may know and some may no… Source: Torrence Terrell

9 Top FREE Genealogical Websites – Day 9

Find a Grave  http://www.findagrave.com/ R   S   FREE Dig up ancestral burial information from millions of tombstone images here. Search by an individual or cemetery name. Users are encouraged to upload additional tombstone photos and submit biographical information for memorial pages. You can even create virtual cemeteries to connect loved ones buried in different places.  I was able... Continue Reading →

9 Top FREE Genealogical Websites – Day 8

FamilySearch.org This is one of the best free online resources available. Search millions of digitized and indexed records from around the world. Some results point to offsite sources for digitized records. Don’t ignore the Learn tab; it’s packed with keyword-searchable articles and online courses.

9 Top FREE Genealogical Websites – Day 7

Cyndi’s Listhttp://www.cyndislist.com/ T   FREE Consider Cyndi Howells’ site your table of contents for online genealogy. You’ll find lists of sites dedicated to researching particular places, types of records, ethnic and religious groups, and more. Check out the Beginner’s category for guides and tips just for newbies. Code services offered: H 
=how-tos, R =records; S =share your data and T =tools. This is day 7.... Continue Reading →

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