Dianne Bean Barfield
Southern & New England Genealogical Research
Dianne's specialty is connecting people with their ancestral past, by putting skin on bones of these ancestors. They in turn become alive and real to their descendants through family genealogies, family histories and booklets, calendars, and memorial programs. Dianne is a member of APG and NGS. She is also a member of several lineage and historical societies which include a lifetime membership in the General Society of Mayflower Descendants, DAR,Huguenot Society, Colonial Dames XVII Century, National Society of New England Women, Daughters of the Union 1861-1865, UDC, Maine Historical Society,New England Historic Genealogical Society, Cobb County Genealogy Society,Georgia Genealogical Society, and Clan MacBean Society. She has served on the executive boards of her DAR, Colonial Dames XVII Century and UDC in the position of Chapter Registrar. Dianne is a DAR trained Volunteer Field Genealogist and presents Lineage Research Workshops. During her tenure as Registrar of one of the largest DAR chapters in the state of Georgia, that was comprised of over 232 members, she had the opportunity to submit the new applications of over 44 prospective members in a two-year time span. Some of which included the establishing of new Patriots and/or new children of Patriots. As Chapter Registrar she would assist the applicant in all phases of the application process. This includes the completion of a pedigree worksheet, documentation and proof search, typing of the application. During her tenure as DAR Registrar, her chapter was recognized and awarded for the most new members and the most new Junior members for the state of Georgia, and she was recognized as an Outstanding Chapter Registrar by the Georgia DAR. Dianne has researched in state archives,historical societies, cemeteries, and county courthouses in Georgia, Alabama, and Maine. She has submitted to the , new information that has corrected some previously misprinted information on generation five and found further evidence on generation six that has led to an extended life span and a new proposed death year. Her research has extended to the Georgia counties of Bibb, Crawford, Wilcox, Twiggs, Oglethorpe, Fayette, Cobb, Henry and Carroll. While in Maine her research is mainly in the counties of Cumberland and York.She is also the Educational Director of the local genealogy society, where she helps plan workshops and presents trainings.
-Genealogical and Family History Research -Lineage Societies application assistance -Transcription of documents and letters -Document Retrieval -Assist fellow genealogists seeking local research -Cemetery lookups and photos
M.S. (School of Visual Arts )
; Land Records
; Lineage Societies
; Court Records
Time Period Specialty:
; 19th Century
; 20th Century
AL ; GA
; New England
; Conference Planner
122 Courtland Circle
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