Barbara....Bingo!...boy, is this lady an absolute jewel! You
I even went to the base site and scanned her complete archives and
found a zillion links to check.
You didn't happen to catch this presentation by her, did you? If you
did, I'd love to have a scan of the handouts and suspect the entire
Family History Expo: 22 Mar 2008, Eccles Conference Center, 5005 Old Main Hill, Logan UT.
Register at http://www.myancestorsfound.com
Registration at 7:00 am.
1. New Research Strategies for Virginia Research. At last! The resources we need to trace
Virginia ancestors are available: in print, on film, and in the computer. This workshop
will describe new indexes and newly discovered sources once thought to be lost.
migration patterns and special record projects, "brides" by the boatload,
marriages, Traders, planters, slaves and Iron men. Also discussed: importance of property
documents to track women who may outlive as many as 5 husbands.
Good job & thanks. Maynard
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Thanks to Dick Eastman's genealogy newsletter posting of March 29, 2008 for the
March 29, 2008
Arlene Eakle's Virginia Genealogy Blog
Arlene Eakle is a prolific genealogy writer with more than 90 titles completed. She has
been writing a general-purpose genealogy blog at http://www.arleneeakle.com/wordpress
nearly two years now. Now Arlene has started a Virginia genealogy blog.
Arlene is an expert in tracing ancestors from the Southern States, including the
Appalachian Triangle - southwest Virginia, northeast North Carolina, southeast Kentucky,
and east Tennessee. She is also the president and founder of The Genealogical Institute,
Inc., and a professional genealogist since 1962. She holds both MA and Ph.D. degrees in
English History from the University of Utah and an Associate degree in Nursing from
State University. She was one of the founders and original trustees of the Association of
Professional Genealogists, serving as president from 1980 to1982 and as editor of the APG
Newsletter and Green Sheet from 1982 to1985.
Arlene's new Virginia Genealogy blog is off to a great start. Some of the articles
Virginia Tax and Rent Rolls: A Checklist of Evidence
Are your Virginia Ancestors Scots or Scots-Irish?
Tuckahoes and Cohees/Cohoes: The Scots-Irish, Ulster Scots, Anglo Scots, Ulster Irish
More Virginia Legalities that Affect your Genealogy Success!
The Four Goff Brothers of Western Virginia: A New Perspective on their Lives
Arlene Eakle's Virginia Genealogy Research Notebooks
Virginia Origins in Southwestern England?
"Virginia is for Lovers" of genealogy.
If you have an interest in Virginia Genealogy, you will want to add Arlene Eakle's
Virginia Genealogy blog to your reading list. Go to: http://virginiagenealogyblog.com
Posted by Dick Eastman on March 29, 2008
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