Family Affair

Keitt|Sapp|Shumake|McRae|McMillian|Clark|Ryal - All from Georgia


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,

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Weekend off

Posted by Tonya Keitt Kalule

I have been staying up late at night extremely excited about the new discoveries in the history of my family. I have been connecting with new cousins and reconnecting with old ones. I wake up at 3am to get ready to go to work, and needless to say have been waking up pretty tired. I am going to take the weekend off from the genealogy in order to get some other things done like catch up on my other blogs and work on a webpage as well as some computer maintenance. If I don't take this break I will do nothing else but researching this family tree. I have been receiving about 10 emails per day all week in response to the most recent discoveries and forum requests, as well as responding to them all. It has gotten to the point that I am checking my email from my cell phone which I rarely do. Once I become so engrossed in this process I have to force myself to go to bed. I seem to be at a very difficult point in my research. Finding the fathers of Matilda and Mose is going to be something that takes a great deal more effort and leg work, but there are so many parts of this family history that I can continue with in the interim. I will resume research on Monday, at least I am hoping that I can stay away from it until then.

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