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    1  International Black Genealogy Summit 2016  - Vicky Daviss Mitchell
    Coming soon: It’s time to start planning on attending the 3rd International Black Genealogy Summit (IBGS) Conference, “Oral History Reflections – What Does the Story Mean to Me?” The Internati..

    It would be helpful if you told us, state and county, census and census year, where you have found your family already. Selma..

    Looking for information on the surnames Lynch/Barnett/Clayton/Williams circa 1800 and earlier...

    4  Re: Brick Wall - Houston
    Thank you. I will look into those search options...

    5  Re: Dave Butler: Orangeburg, South Carolina - tea brick
    Greetings, I am doing research in SC & I saw you inquiry awhile ago /but misplaced it . You could have this information already & I don't know if this will help you any but here's the information from..

    6  Re: Pagee/Pegee Family  - Selinva
    Hi Paul, I found the information on the Transcribe Virginia site at the LVA. I usually work on transcribing the documents in the African American Narrative section, which is how I found the documents ..

    7  Re: Pagee/Pegee Family - Carol
    I have seen that book and will probably contact the author. She notes that Hook's papers are at Duke University in North Carolina, but I will also contact LVA to see if they may now be there. Where di..

    8  Re: 10 worst cities for veterans - tea brick
    It's pretty sad, hopefully they will see the list and address, their issues & low ratings, ASAP!_t.b..

    9  Re: More than just a pie, it's also a story! - tea brick
    I think that's a great idea! ( because it has a different kind of sweet taste, I think honey more depth & there's so many varieties & strengths of honey_ for sauces & glazes, baking, cooking in genera..

    10  Re: More than just a pie, it's also a story! - tea brick
    another thing, I've noticed to sweet potato the pie recipe thing I don't know if it's a modern/marketing thing or what in today's baking ..but? My Mother & Grandmothers always used 1/4 to 1/5 portion ..

    11  Re: More than just a pie, it's also a story! - vkn
    Watch the tweaking It is a series of great recipes. I have been known to tweak with a bit of honey..

    12  Re: Brick Wall - tea brick
    again, You're Welcome!..

    13  Re: More than just a pie, it's also a story! - tea brick
    You're very welcome! I (usually) put dark rum in my potato pies! (& in my sweet potato pones too) & if You are hosting & cooking for diabetic relatives_ I've experimented often with the mix of granula..

    14  Re: Brick Wall - Forum
    Potential resource??? You searched for Last Name: Metcalf (Exact), First Name: Hattie, Year: Between 1870 and 1930 2 records returned Page 1 of 1 Add to My Notebook icon Last Name First Name Age Sex R..

    15  Re: More than just a pie, it's also a story! - Vicky Daviss Mitchell
    ooooooooowhee, gotta try that drop of rum and mabe tweek up on another drop. Thanks teabrick...

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