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Cheri Hudson Passey (Carolina Girl Genealogy)
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Ancestor happenings on my family history calendar this week.
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Catching up with 52 Ancestors.
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How did they do it? How will I. How do you say goodbye to your child. 
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My empty calendar for this week.
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But someone is waiting for you to find them.
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You just never know how those names will be spelled! #52Ancestors
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Who Are My People? Researching My Southern Roots

   Looking for genealogy and family history connections to my people who come from several counties in SC including  AikenClarendon ,Darlington, KershawRichland ,Sumter and Williamsburg. A few of my lines come from Iredell County in NC

 The purpose of my blog is to share my family stories out so that I can connect with cousins or others interested in collaborating on family lines.


 Please contact me:   Let's work together!

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I love researching my genealogy, discovering family history stories and collecting family heirlooms, old pictures and ephemera. My mother calls me "The Keeper of All Things" This has been a passion of mine for over 30 years. I am currently working on completing the NGS Home Study Class. When I am not working on something related to "Finding My People" or taking care of my family, I can be found on the beach either reading a good book or on Sea Turtle Patrol. I also enjoy horseback riding and serving in my church. My next adventure? Blogging and writing my family history. I have been blessed to be a wife and stay at home mom for my 11 children. Yes, 11 children and at the moment 15 grandchildren!
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