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Debra Newton-Carter
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Moving to a New Home on Self-Hosted WordPress!
Wow! I can't believe how quickly we have moved through Summer as we near the Back-to-School Season!  I know I've been pretty quiet here on the blog, but it's only because bigger and better things are ahead. Yes, we're moving the blog to a new home on WordPr...

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Great Changes Are Coming!
In Black and White: Cross-Cultural Genealogy has just entered the beginning stages of transforming into something new and fresh.  As you can see, our name has changed to  The Cross-Cultural Genealogist. Up till now, " cross-cultural " has served as nothing ...

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"Where have you been for the past seven months???"
It seems like it's only been a month or two since the Hyman Family Reunion in North Harlowe, Craven, NC...but that was in May 2015...and my last blog post on the white slave owner was written in July 2015. <SMH> While contemplating the genealogies of Luke S...

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An Abstract of : The Will of Thomas Hyman
Craven County, North Carolina Record of Wills (Loose), 1760-1890 Will Book B: 287 - 288. Written 25 April 1807; proved December Term 1807 In the name of God, Amen. I THOMAS HYMAN of the County of Craven,  give my wife PATSEY , during her life, one third par...

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Today we examine the first document in the new series on the HYMAN family of Craven and Carteret Counties, North Carolina.

Calling ALL HYMANs: Reuniting Nine Branches of HYMAN Descendants
It's difficult to believe that it's already been a year since I went on hiatus . . . not from researching, but just from blogging. I am now more focused, more organized, and digging deeper through analysis, thanks to Thomas MacEntee's Genealogy Do-Over . I ...

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Debra Newton-Carter commented on a post on Blogger.
Great interview, Thomas! I have always wondered if they would consider doing one or two episodes per season of an "average person." While the celebs draw viewership, I know that there are some who have criticized the show because they make it look all to quick and easy, and that some average folks' ancestry could be just as if not more interesting.

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Coming to a close of this pension file, but not yet closing the story of Isaac Perkins and the 2nd North Carolina Continental Line.
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