Isn't it wonderful to find out info about your relatives? I love it ---and could spend lots and lots more time on it (IF I had time).... I have too many other interests --so my Genealogy work is sporadic at best...Congrats.Hugs,Betsy
Terri, I have an old birth certificate from the 1800's given to us by Bob's Grandmother - his great, great, great grandfather. It's done in Fraktur painting and scrolled handwriting. I have it hanging in our entry.
I love it!Greetings, RW & SK
Very cool letter!!! My mother was a Howell (in the UK though).
OK Terri!! I see that this came from GA -- I'm sending you the FamilySearch for Probates in the GA-SOURCE INFORMATION"Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1975." Images. FamilySearch. https://familysearch.org : accessed 2013.Click here for- GEORGIA PROBATE RECORDS, 1742-1975https://familysearch.org/search/image/index#uri=https://familysearch.org/records/collection/1999178/waypointsNot sure if you can pull this us- if not- go to my blog and in the right column there is an old family picture labeled - Gone, but Not Forgotten. Click on that and you'll be able to go to GA probates!! Happy searching!!
Wow!I know nothing of my family, "above" my grandparents...Pearl
I love this stuff! Finding out alot of my own family tree that I had no idea about! So far, IT'S ALL GOOD...THANKFULLY! And I am heading off to the islands to meet family I have never met before. After I learn to play the ukulele. Aloha