29 November 2009
28 November 2009
3. Edna Strickland [email@example.com]. “MILTON COUNTY, GA - VITALS MARRIAGES Alphabetical Groom.” [http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/milton/vitals/marriages/groom.txt].
25 November 2009
24 November 2009
- Me: Birth Certificate
- My Dad: Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate
- My Mom: Birth Certificate
- Sarah F. Britt: Birth Affidavit, Marriage Certificate, Death Certificate, Census
- Thomas S. Craft: Birth Affidavit & Amended Birth Certificate, Death Certificate, Census
- S. Ledora Barfield: Death Certificate, Marriage Record, Census
- Nathan Britt: Death Certificate, Census
- S. Frances Boatright: Death Certificate, Marriage Record, Census
- William Barfield: none
- Stephen T. Boatright: Death Certificate, Marriage Record, Census, Record Copy
- M. Dora Logue: Census
- Reubin Boatright: Census, Record Copy
- Demaris Rich: Census
- Daniel Boatright: Record Copy
- Margaret Brasswell: Book information, Land lottery
- I'd like to find more information about my relatives. That is the purpose of genealogy research in general and, by ignoring these resources, I'm ignoring a lot of information.
- I'd like to expand my knowledge of these different research tactics in general. Part of the reason that I haven't try these research methods is because I don't quite know how they work. Once I try them, I'll have more knowledge of research strategies.
- I'd like to challenge myself to step outside of my comfort zone. This applies to my entire life, not just to my genealogy research.
23 November 2009
22 November 2009
21 November 2009
This is a bounty plat of his land in Burke County in 1792. (courtesy of Georgia Archive [http://content.sos.state.ga.us/u?/looseplats,4882]).
19 November 2009
- My Father (m. my mom)
- Sarah F. Britt (m. Thomas S Craft)
- S. Ledora Barfield (m. Nathan Britt)
- S. Frances Boatright (m. William Barfield)
- Stephen T. Boatright (m. Dora Logue)
- Reubin Boatright (m. Demaris Rich)
- Daniel Boatwright (m. Margaret Braswell)
18 November 2009
14 November 2009
- To find a wave, type "with:public" and your search term. For example, "with:public Genealogy" will find the genealogy waves.
- When you create a wave, add 'firstname.lastname@example.org' to the wave. Google recommends adding 'email@example.com,' but I couldn't get that to work.
- Waves show up in your "inbox" just like email messages. When there's a new post, a number is added next to the wave's title. You'll have to click on every post (AKA blip) in a wave to get this number to go away, or click "read" at the top of the wave. Easily navigate each blip in a wave by utilizing your up and down arrow keys.
- You can expand a wave to take up the whole screen by hitting the maximize button on the top right of the wave's box.
- Also, you can click the minimize button to send the entire box up to the top of the screen onto a toolbar like area. It'll work like a pull-down menu now.
- You can add maps, photos and gadgets to blips. Start a new blip and then utilize the options on the toolbar that appears.
11 November 2009
07 November 2009
- Birth: 27 Aug 1851 , Glascock, GA
- Census: 1900 Sheet 24, District 9, Militia District 1168, Glascock, GA
- Census: 1910 Sheet 14 B, District 10, Militia District 1168, Glascock, Georgia
- Census: 1920 Sheet 3 A, District 23, Militia District 1168, Glascock, GA
- Census: 1930 District 8, Militia District 57, Emanuel, GA
- Death: 22 Dec 1936 , Emanuel, GA
- Children: William "Bill" L (1872-1924)
Emma Susen (~1876-)
Amanda C. (~1888-)
01 November 2009
One of those musicians was Christopher Allen Bouchillon. Chris was born in Oconee County, SC on 21 Aug 1893 and is credited with originating the "talking blues" style. He recorded a number of songs with his brothers as "The Bouchillon Trio" and as a solo artist. Chris married my Great-Great Aunt Ethel Waters, sometime after 1920. It was the second marriage for both of them.