You have read from my previous blogs about me having “someone from my FB group” helping me out from time to time with information, document translations, etc. Well, I am here to tell you, they are F A B U L O U S!
Along with the historical societies, archives, and #ancestry websites, I highly recommend joining a Facebook Group. There are many kinds; groups and pages. There are groups of almost every related parts of genealogy (geographical, linguistic, ethnic, etc.). Find the ones that work for you, you can always leave the group if it doesn’t “work” for you. But, the main thing I do recommend is that you read the group rules FIRST. So many just pop on and say “Can you translate this document for me?” and post the picture. There are guidelines for a reason, so read them.
Below are the groups I am currently a member of with the top 15 I use the most:
Outer Bankers by Blood
Hatteras Island Genealogical and Preservation Society
Outer Banks Vintage Scrapbook
Tyrrell County Genealogy
Isle of Wight Virginia Genealogy
Tillett Family Genealogy
My Last name is Midgett
The Outer Banks of North Carolina History and Genealogy Group!
Pre1800 Logans Yahoo Group members (genealogy)
Crnomelj, Dragatus, Vinica and Stari trg ob Kolpi Family Root Research
Slovenian Genealogy (Genealogy2000)
Slovenian Genealogy Society International, Inc. (SGSI)
Davenports of North Carolina
Our German and European GENEALOGY
Clan Logan Society International
Ireland: Genealogy & Heritage
Our American GENEALOGY
Chapman Family Association CFA
Our Scandinavian & Finnish GENEALOGY
Early Virginia/ West Virginia families. Surnames and descendants on records
Wisconsin Genealogy Ancestors and Me
Soper Family Genealogy Forum
FamilyHart’s Franklin County PA Genealogy
Edwards ancestors: NC, SC and Virginia roots
France and Mediterranean GENEA
We have many cousins in the Tillett, Midgett, Logan, and Outer Banks groups. I have met some wonderful and helpful people. Without them I would not have gotten as far as I have on these limbs of ours.
Expand your #genealogy; your family history. Join a Facebook Group!