Atlanta, GAUSA 30339
September 19, 2009
I am the Executive Director of a nonprofit with a mission to provide African American youths with Equality through Equal I.T. Our latest project; the complete genealogy of African Americans from 1619 - 1930. www.500thousand.com
Thank you for the warm welcome. Hope to meet all of you real soon.
Welcome to ABEST. Finally a business meeting, vs. networking only. Please join us this coming Monday: http://www.meetup.com/blackbiz-279/ev... . Professional networking at its best. Informative meetings on substantive topics of interest to Black Tech professionals.
Pls consider attending. Pls RSVP on the event page.
Dahata, I've contacted Dr. Collette Hopkins at NBAF. I believe she is the director of education and programs. She is asking me how she can help us with a black genealogy program. Since you are the organizer, I asked her if it would be okay to have you contact her. Is that okay with you? My phone number is [masked].
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Welcome to the Georgia/Alabama Root Diggers Dhata! I'm Luckie, organizer of GARDG & genealogist with roots in Georgia (Warren & Wilkes Co.) and Alabama (Dothan & Henry Co.) Looking forward to our 1st official GARDG Meetup tomorrow (East Point Library | 2PM) and to learning more about your research. For the record -- what counties are you researching?
cool beans! My grandparents (Warrenton, Ga)are Minnie Pringle Brinkley & Willie Brinkley. Her mother was also Minnie Pringle. The second set of grandparents (Thomaston, GA) are Henry Thomas Tigner Sr. & Mattie Matthews Tigner. Ms. Mattie's mother was full blood Cherokee and they called her Sophie. I'm excited to see what you can find! Thank you so much!!!!!