This site was created to chronicle and share my genealogy research. It is also a tool for others that are searching for their family members and to see if there is any connection to my family. This is a project that is going to take years to complete. It has been a labor of love, a great deal of fun and quite stimulating.
If you are interested in the various surnames, you can start with the ones across the top of this page or you can look for them in the categories section to the right.
Please leave comments on any of the posts/articles that you read or email me using the form on the right. I do want your feedback, I will try to answer any question, and I desire your interaction. Love to know how to improve this site to better serve you,
Help Me Continue This Research and Keep the Family Tree Online
I spoke to a lady that I contacted over the weekend that is related to the McRae family. Her name is Deborah and she is the great great granddaughter of a Daniel McRae, whom she believes is the brother of Mose McRae that married Matilda. There were so many Mose and Matildas in those times until it makes it extremely difficult to merge the families at all She told me that she met with Milberm McRae, Jr in the Montgomery County area some years back after hiring a University of Georgia student to help her with the research in the area, who in turn solicited a Genealogist from the Georgia Historical Society. Milbern is definitely a connection here, because he is the grandson of Mose. These researchers put Deborah in touch with Milbern, but she is unable to find the report from the genealogist at the moment to confirm that her Mose is in fact my great great grandfather Mose. I need to write to Montgomery County to get a copy of Mose McRae's death certificate in hopes that it lists his mother's name.
As for right now, that link is on hold, and I am still taking a break from it all.