The History Of An African American Taliaferro Family In Georgia
Sandra, I really like this picture! Of course, since this was wordless, I had to look Mr. Taliaferro up, and I read the wonderful article that accompanied this picture. I know you much have been ecstatic whenever you found it, because it was chock-full of information about your family! This is great - what a kind-hearted, intelligent, and humble man he was. :)
Renate,Thanks so much for the kind words. Actually, a copy of this article was one of the first things I received from my newly discovered cousin back in 2005. You're right, I was very excited by all the family info it contained. Not only did it provide tons of new information, it also confirmed some of the things I already had from my research.Sandra
I want the story San -- post it to your site for historical & genealogical purposes!Don't worry -- my Wednesdays are NEVER 100% Wordless... it's our Genealogy, we can write the rules as we please!:-)Luckie.
I enjoyed reading about your grandfather. Yes, I'm another that had to go check out google books. How wonderful that this information is available to you
Thank's Luckie and Mavis. Luckie-I am feeling my way through this a little at a time. But, you sound like my brother. He's always on my case about sticking to the rules. :)