Join this listing, especially if you know the names of your families’ enslavers. Even if you are like us and have not confirmed those names, join the ones who have located this part of their legacies. https://beyondkin.org/enslaved-populations-research-directory/?s=09
PRESENTED BY VALERIE TOLIVER IN THE FORM OF A COLLAGE During the month of February 2022, Good Genes Genealogy Services presented three Saturday virtual classes involving family ancestry and genealogy. Theme: “Walk With Our Ancestors Participants: Adults. Assignment: Express families’ histories in varied formats. Others showcased their various projects. All shared with classmates to sparkContinue reading “The family history in Sankofa Genealogy”
The link contains wonderful words of advice. It reminds us that we are future ancestors. pic.twitter.com/omWVqdkWQT — Beyond Brick Walls (@BeyondBrickWal1) January 1, 2022
I was busy preparing my holiday cards when my thoughts turned to gift-giving. What is the greatest genealogy gift that I could give to my family? The answer: Ancestral research findings. Guess what? I, too, received the greatest gift. I poured through our family ancestry records and discovered great finds via newspapers.com. I attached theContinue reading “What better gift than the gift of family genealogy?”
Happy Holidays! The Good Genes Genealogy Services team has been providing free and low-cost services to engaging clients throughout 2021. To keep our services at this level, we invite you to support us by investing a few dollars into the books we published during this second health pandemic year. The bonus book is written byContinue reading “Holiday Best Buys for African American Genealogy + Bonus”
Thank you, one and all, for encouraging us to continue publishing our monthly e-books. The latest one is just published on our Lulu Publishing website … soon it will be available on worldwide distribution. Get your copy now!
OUT OF SIGHT An Introduction to Unearthing Your African American and Afro-Caribbean Genealogy By Dr. Ann Lineve Wead With Mark Stephen Owen, MS