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Vital records: birth certificates, Certificate of death, religious records,
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family histories, local histories, baby books, Identification document,
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and the less than obvious (e.g.: engraved jewelry) .
Alex Haley's Roots, sparked greater interest in
Black family genealogy. We start with ourselves and go down
; two generations to our eight grandparents. . Life is a race to death. The index of persons included in our genealogy are antecedents and descendants>
who completed the race. . We trace the Hunter family back to the
slave owners who came from Holland and gave the name
to a great grandmother. Her husband Abram Hunter and his brothers were
Civil War Soldiers and their names are engraved on the
African American Civil war monument>
at the U Street Cardozo Green Line Metro Stop in Washington D.C.
We trace the Boykin family back to Clay County
Mississippi; The Cahn family back to Donaldsonville Louisiana;
and the Freeman family back to Piedmont, West Virginia.
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