Wednesday, December 29, 2021

Upchurch and Allied Families Newsletter - December 2021

For those of you following UAFA, here is the latest news. 

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December 2021

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Monday, December 27, 2021

WCGS - Wake Genealogy Watch - Winter 2022 issue now available

The Winter 2022 Issue (Vol.5 Issue 2) of our award winning newsletter, Wake Genealogy Watch, is now available online for reading or download. You can visit the WCGS website  for access. 

Features included in this issue include:

  • Read about two different and important local projects with the common goal of connecting descendants of enslaved persons and their Wake County ancestors.
  • Reading Room features the first book from archivist and genealogist, Donna E. Kelly. The book details the Cary and Eva Powell family of southwestern Wake County.
  • See the latest updates to the NC Archives records from the Cold War Era (1946-1989) and read an Archive blogpost featuring the papers of Carl D. Stancil as illustration of the changes.
  • Meet our newest WCGS team member, Barb Myers. Barb is the new Facebook page administrator as well as the new Content Curator for the Journal.
  • Cyndi Deal walks you through the latest changes and updates coming for records research and DNA research coming from the various online vendors.
  • Get research ideas and search suggestions with our quick tips.
  • A packed virtual event calendar that looks well into the spring with WCGS events as well as state and national offerings.

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