"Hi Genfriends :0)
It's Toni Carrier writing from Lowcountry Africana, to invite you to come and join the discussion in our new Facebook research community. You can post queries, discuss research and learn about new resources…"
Hi Genfriends, It's Toni Carrier writing from Lowcountry Africana, to invite you to come and join the new Lowcountry Africana Research Community on Facebook, where you can post queries, discuss research, share wisdom and learn about new resources for SC, GA and FL. We hope you will come join the discussion! Here's the URL: …See More
Hi Genfriends, I hope this finds you well and making progress in your research. :0) We have just created a research community on Facebook and would like to invite you to join to begin collaborating with other group members. Ask questions, share the families you are researching, connect with other researchers who may be researching your family, share wisdom you have gained in your research. We're meeting up, working to find Lowcountry ancestors. Come connect with us! …See More
Wow, that is quite a discovery and it is generous of you to go back through your notes and share what you learned. Thank you so much!
I hope this leads to future discoveries for you, and for African Americans who share your family's…"
"Hi...I recently came across an ancestor of mine, Alfred Plummer, who was born in North Carolina in 1823. He apparently became a slave owner (according to the slave schedules) and owned approx. 20 slaves. I don't know much more than that.…"
"I've discovered that my ancestor Abner Averitt from Early Co GA had a number of slaves on the 1860 census. And I believe William Harrison Fitzgerald from Pittsylvania Co, VA was a slave owner as well. I don't know much more than this other…"
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
SC, GA, FL, Barbados, Antigua, Nova Scotia, Sierra Leone, Liberia
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
Lowcountry Africana is a free website dedicated to African and African American genealogy and history in the Lowcountry Southeast (SC, GA and northeast FL), home of the Gullah-Geechee cultural heritage.
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
To rediscover, preserve and share records of African American family history.