Genealogy

Great resource for historical North Carolina maps.

James Tanner is creating a wiki-list of How to Find Genealogy Records.
If you like blogging or reading blogs, Geneabloggers lists writing prompts you can use, and lists genealogy blogs from all over the world.
Lynn Palermo at The Armchair Genealogist has great tips, including pages about writing a family history book and blogging a book. 

Coming soon: Basic DNA for genealogy.

This is a list of surnames in my family tree so far. The American generations lived in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Pennsylvania. Earlier generations lived in England, Scotland, Ireland and Germany (some of the German names were changed when families moved to America). The families I've written about are listed under Labels on the right side of this page.

Adkins
Baker
Beals
Beaver
Borton
Boswell
Bowater
Breul
Briles
Browning
Bryant
Bushell
Carrell
Clayton
Chappell
Copple
Dillon
Dudley
Dent
Edge
English
Flynn
Glendenning
Gossett
Heathwood
Hedgecock
Hoggatt
Holmes
Hughes
Hunt
Kindley
Kinton
Lassiter
Maness
Miller
Mills
Page
Pyce
Ransom
Roup
Rouse
Routh
Saunders
Schelling
Sharp
Thomas
Wall
White
Woolman
Young 

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