[APG Public List] Re: [APG Members] Town Genealogies

Rebecca Christensen rchristen at sbcglobal.net
Fri Jan 8 14:28:12 MST 2010

This may not be exactly what is being discussed, but there is a Community Trees project on the familysearch.org website.

For more information, see


Rebecca Christensen
Lawrence, Kansas

--- On Fri, 1/8/10, Jean R. Legried <jraeleg at charter.net> wrote:

From: Jean R. Legried <jraeleg at charter.net>
Subject: Re: [APG Members] Town Genealogies
To: apgmembersonlylist at apgen.org
Date: Friday, January 8, 2010, 1:35 PM

At 09:44 AM 1/8/2010, LaDonna Garner, CG wrote:
> Good brisk morning to you,
> I've been researching the black community in my area
 (S.E. MO) and was thinking I would incorporate a town genealogy. I realize this is a big undertaking but our community is much intertwined covering several towns and county lines. Of course this would be more skeletal initially but my ultimate result would be to have a recording of our black history.
> So has anyone undertaken this large of a genealogy? If so, how were the results? I'd love to view some publications on this kind of research if anyone has suggestions.
> Thank you & stay warm!
> LaDonna

LaDonna ---------

I have considered doing something similar for the Norwegian families who settled in my southern Minnesota county but have never taken the plunge! I will be interested in seeing if others have done such a large genealogy and how they approached it.

Jean R. Legried
<jraeleg at charter.net> 
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