Monthly Archives: March 2015
Passing this along in the hope it will help someone get started in researching their family history or possibly to break through that wall!
Over the years I have helped numerous individuals and families conduct their family research. Most of them want to do the research themselves and/or just need some help getting started, organize your research, or dealing with a conflict or challenge. I am the Genealogy Coach yours truly “familytreegirl”. The only one. I believe coaching continues to be my calling (along with being a teacher). This is not coaching about a business, its about the research. I love providing this service to assist folks in their genealogy research. With my background in organizational management and genealogical research skills it makes a perfect match in helping folks to enhance their research skills. They get the pleasure to experience locating a record and sharing the family history.
I truly believe it is best for anyone doing genealogy research that you must have a plan. It helps keep them focused and organized. Well for those…
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We Continue to Honor and Serve –
This past week we traveled to Fort Jackson. This was most important because we went to attend the Basic Training Graduation day for 3rd Battalion, 34th Infantry Regiment. Our Very Own Dominique, successfully completed the 10-week basic training course and will start her Advanced Individual Training at Fort Gordon, GA on Monday.
Pv2 Dominique M.Gray
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You made your parents so proud!
Nieces; Amani & Destiny
Dominique & Joyceann
Battle buddy Favorite Drill
She is listing the slaves that have Names in her ancestors’ wills and property records. She is inviting others to contribute to the project as well.