For over 400 years, more than 15 million men, women and children were the victims of the tragic transatlantic slave trade, one of the darkest chapters in human history. Remembering my ancestors and all the others who survived enslavement and carved a path into freedom and created a legacy for our country. You are remembered.
Black History Starts with Your FAMILY
Every Day is Black History - How much do you know about your family? Maternal (mother) & Paternal (Father). Do you know which side is which? Do you know the name of all 4 of your grandparents? Big Mama & PaPaw are nice. Learn their government names. Ask them about their history if they are... Continue Reading →
Photos are a great way of looking back, it helps to preserve memories and tell stories. This photo is a composite of 3 photos. It shows 5 generations of women from the same family line, Branham. You can see the resemblance in the women pictured, especially the 2 blcak and white photos.
Welcome to my blog.
For several years friends and family members have encouraged me to write about my family and my genealogical searches. Well here I am! I am excited about this new page in the story that is my life. I first began researching when I was given an assignment in middle school, St. Andrews’ the Apostle Elementary... Continue Reading →