Come learn about some of the people and sites that have helped researchers in their genealogical endeavors.
Christine Rose, CG, CGL, FASG is one of my favorite genealogists to listen to as she lectures. Her sense of humor shines through and she is NEVER boring. Her lecture on court houses has helped me as I visit the MS and TN courts. Come learn why she is this weeks Genealogy Great!
David Rencher's What? It's Not in Salt Lake City
Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research was this past week in Birmingham, AL at Samford University. I really enjoyed it and learned a lot. We had a banquet and David E. Rencher, AG, CG, FIGRS, FUGA, was the Guest Speaker for the banquet. His topic was - What? It’s Not in Salt Lake City?
Dick Eastman is the author of Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter, a daily publication. Come learn more why he is our "Genealogy Great" for this week!
Elizabeth Shown Mills
Elizabeth Shown Mills is one of the greatest contributors to genealogists today.
Every year I am learning more about the “people” who are writing genealogical articles, speaking at conferences and developing the tools to help the everyday researcher gain those skills and tips. Come learn more about these skilled genealogists willing to give of their expertise.
Lloyd Dewitt Bockstruck is a wonderful genealogist from Texas, but so much more. He supervises the genealogy section of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library in Dallas, Texas. Come learn why he is this week's Genealogy Great!
Maureen A. Taylor, PhotoDetective
Maureen Taylor is the author of Uncovering Your Ancestry Through Family Photographs. Through Photo Detective, she's dedicated to helping those who share her infatuation with discovering the stories behind images of the past. She has been featured in many articles. Come learn more....
Michael John Neill's Genealogical Resources
Michael John Neill is a very educated genealogist who shares his genealogical resources thru several different means. Come learn more...
Researching African-American Genealogy in Alabama
Frazine K. Taylor just released her new book, Researching African-American Genealogy in Alabama: A Resource Guide. This is an exciting new resource material for those researching African Americans in the Alabama area.
Roots Television is a great site that is excellent for genealogist in their learning endeavor. check out "Are you Smarter Than a Gradeschool Genealogist?"
Tony Burroughs, African American Genealogist Genealogy Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Genealogy Site Map
Tony Burroughs is an internationally known African American genealogist, author, teacher and lecturer.
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