2012 DGS Writing Contest Second Place Winner by Debbie Parker Wayne, Certified GenealogistSM Family research is difficult when some person may be trying to hide evidence of abandonment and bigamy. Throw in a courthouse fire to keep things interesting.
2012 DGS Writing Contest First Place Winner by Karen Claridge Walker Francis A. Claridge (aka: Frank) was born about 1824 in Davidson County, Tennessee,1 the youngest of five sons born to John Claridge Jr.2 and Sarah “Sally” Ashley.3 After his birth, the
Jo Archer Arnspiger 2013 DGS Writing Contest First Place Winner During the 10-year life of the Republic of Texas, hardy pioneers enticed by the offer of free land moved into the wilderness that is now northern Texas. Peters Colony was the first
The focus of the October 2 Technology Special Interest Group meeting will be on organizing all of the digital files and images associated with your genealogical research. Webmaster Tony Hanson will present ideas for organizing and naming your files and demonstrate