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Occupation Professional
Location TN , United States
Introduction I have been involved in genealogy research for almost 20 years. The first tree that I began my initial investigation was the black African American Brumfield family of Pike County, Mississippi. From this research, it has lead to other branches of the Brumfield tree and neighboring trees. No family lives in isolation having friends and neighbors whose lives intertwine together which shape personal history. I have included other family trees on my research journey which have had an influence on my ancestors and me. My personal goals are to learn about the history of the United States, share information, tear down brick walls and include others in my research journey. To contact me leave a comment on any post
Favorite Books Professional Genealogist, Red Book American State, County and Town Sources, Evidence! Citation & Analysis for the Family Historian, Evidence Explained, African American Genealogy The Source A Guide Book to American Genealogy, The Researcher’s Guide to American Genealogy BCG Genealogical Standards Manual, Black Roots A Beginner’s Guide to Tracing The African American Family Tree, Black Genesis: A Resource Book for African American Genealogy Slaves in the Family, Source Records from Pike County, Mississippi 1798-1910 Pioneer Families and Confederate Soldiers, Family Maps from Pike County Mississippi, Slave Narratives