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    1  Workman Family - George Ward
    I am searching for members of the Workman Family from the Newberry South Carolina area. Looking for info. on Mac Workman (GGF) George Workman (GF) and Willie Workman (F) dating from about 1850 -1950. ..

    2  MCIFB's May 29-30, 2015 conference - Muscogee Creek Indian freedmen Band
    February 17, 2015 Press Release For Immediate Release Muscogee Creek Indian Freedmen Band P.O. Box 6366 Moore, OK, 73135 The Muscogee Creek Indian Freedmen Band is thrilled to announce its 2015 confer..

    3  Other ways to find Social Security number - Patrice Scott
    I am hoping that someone might be able to suggest a way to find a social security number for two deceased relatives (great uncles). One died in 1955 in Nashville TN and the number is not on his death ..

    4  Re: NAACP President was U.S. President's Grandson - BJones
    As an update, several Harrison cousins and I have undertaken autosomal DNA testing, and the results are very telling. In total, we match with over 70 self-identified James River Harrison descendants (..

    5  Rest In Peace Minnie Minoso  - Vicky Daviss Mitchell
    Minnie Minoso, the first black player for the Chicago White Sox, passed away Sunday morning. He was 89. The outfielder was born in Cuba and played 17 seasons in the MLB. He became the first black play..

    6  HELP DESK - George W. Dozier
    Regarding messages-- Is there a procedure to correct, delete or update information that was originally requested on the message board? Or should you do another message board?..

    7  Re: [LA] Unable to trace family origins - jcochisa8
    If you don't mind me asking, T. Fazzini, I have an ancestor that served with USCT. What is SUVCW and DUVCW? What do the letters stand for? Thank you. "PS if he did served with USCT his descendants can..

    8  Re: [IN] a new resource, for indiana researchers! - jcochisa8
    ...and I forgot to mention also my maternal grandfather!..

    9  Re: [IN] a new resource, for indiana researchers! - jcochisa8
    Outstanding! It is great news to read that our Indiana ancestors are finally being recognized. My maternal grandmother and one aunt were born into the Lost Creek Settlement, Vigo County. Keep up the g..

    10  [IN] a new resource, for indiana researchers! - tea brick
    Website documents proud Black Hoosier history By JESSICA R. KEY Website shows Black settlements in over 40 Indiana counties

    11  Tracing family history provides insights  - tea brick
    Tracing family history provides insights for Elaine Houston February is “Black History Month,” but when it comes to discovering their family history, some African Americans run into a roadblock be..

    12  Looking for THOMAS cousins in Alabama - B.J. Smothers
    One of my brick walls is my paternal GGF Clark Thomas. Clark was born in Alabama c.1840 and lived in the Boiling Springs community in Wilcox County, AL from at least 1870 until his death in 1921. Arou..

    13  Re: Sarah - Selinva
    The Alamo and Texas..not my area of expertise but interesting nonetheless. Hopefully someone who researches Texas and or Louisiana might have other info. But I did search to see what I could find. I w..

    14  Re: Sarah - shelia rae
    I can't find her on a census but New Orleans may be a start - the time frame is appr. 1836..

    15  Re: Sarah - shelia rae
    I researched the internet and all I can find is she was owned by Ezekiel Hayes from New Orleans. He petitioned 6 times to have her returned but Patrick did not do so i can't find the petitions but I k..

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