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Ancestry.com   If you are serious about finding you ancestor, this should be your home base - well, after Family Tracks.  Ancestry has all the census records on line as well as the Social Security Death Index and many Military Records.  They are in the process of adding census, church, and vital records from around the world.  Although it is a fee based site, they have many records available for FREE.

THE STORY OF MY LIFE
by Louise Virginia (Weir) Frasier
She was almost 80 years old when she saw her life coming to an end. She had seen the younger generations begin to loose interest in how things were when she was a child.  She hoped that eventually people would begin to be interested again.

LOST ANCESTORS OF VIRGINIA, MARYLAND AND KENTUCKY
(includes Veals from Georgia).  Also includes other surnames.
A very good site for VEAL researchers.
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~unab22/index.html

Descendants of William Ricketson - A great site for all Ricketson researchers.  It has everything you ever wanted to know about the descendants of William Ricketson, the immigrant.  This is a book written by Johnny L. Ricketson.  He includes descendant trees, group sheets, stories and references.  http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/r/i/c/Johnny-L-Ricketson/BOOK-0001/0002-0001.html

Stephen Sanders Research Group -  This is a great site if you're researching Nimrod Sanders and his descendents.  It includes descendent trees, stories, pictures and a list of researchers.
 http://www.wasrg.org/SSRG/SSRGroup.htm

 


Carrie Smith.
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Revised: 12/10/14.