This past October I took a trip with most of my mom’s siblings to Bromley, Baldwin County, Alabama. In an earlier blog post I posted pictures of them going to the Westview Cemetery,(Click Here). The seven minute video shows of two of my mom’s order brothers visiting the homestead of their grandfather Dock Walker Sr.
Bromley from Tasia on Vimeo.
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Tags: alabama, ancestors, ancestry, baldwin county alabama, bromley alabama, dock walker, family, GENEALOGY, homestead, uncles
No matter if you are a professional genealogist or just beginning to discover your roots, I think this family relationship chart recreated by the good folks at Crestleaf.com ( free online family tree builder) is one we should all have. Created by Alice J. Ramsay in 1987, Crestleaf’s colorful version of the family relationship chart makes it easier to see how family relationships work. Be sure to visit Crestleaf.com to download the this handy-dandy family relationship chart as well as checkout all the other neat stuff Crestleaf.com has to offer.
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Tags: alice j ramsay, ancestors, aunts, charts, cousins, crestleaf, descendants, family, family relationship chart, GENEALOGY, generation, grandfather, grandmother, grandparents, releationships, siblings, uncles, useful tools
The celebration of Aunt Stella’s 100th Birthday Party was great!
Tags: 100 years, aunts, birthday, celebration, cousin, family, family gathering, great aunt, heritage, history, party, uncles
This past Thanksgiving I spent it with my mom’s family in Atlanta and Christmas was spent with my dad’s family in Virginia. My dad’s immediate family is significantly smaller than my mom’s, she is one of ten while my dad is one of four. I enjoy being around family, on happier occasions than sad ones. Any who checkout some from Christmas below.
Tags: african american, aunts, christmas, cousins, family, family stories, get together, good time, laughter, uncles, virginia