I realized quickly that I’d have to “think outside the box” to learn about my ancestors. I LOVE to interview people, and listen to stories about "the older days" when life seemed a little slower and simpler. I study USGS maps, plats, read chanceries, look for long forgotten cemeteries and try to help preserve memories people share with me. This blog is ad free, so it's easier to focus on sharing stories. Feel free to sign the guestbook, or join the FaceBook group. Even if we aren't related by DNA, I'd still love to hear about your research efforts and family stories. I am interested in posting (to this blog) stories relevant to the Mecklenburg-Brunswick families.

20 February 2016

Looking for Curtiss A. Williams family

Emily Hambrick posted this message in my guestbook in Nov 2015. If you can help her please message or email me. Thanks, Julie Cabitto
"I am looking specifically for information on Curtiss A. Williams. I am trying to hunt down any living family members to share a box of love letters he sent my grandmother. Any information would be wonderful."

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