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Genealogy is a Trip
Discovering genealogy resources on site.
We have collected so much information about records that we found during our genealogy road trips.  We feel this the best format to share. We will share photos, video and blog posts, and we will even host webinars on a regular basis.  You will feel like we have taken you along with us.
Genealogy is a Trip Blog
  1. Site of Lumpkin's Jail
    In Richmond, Virginia near I-95, archaeologists uncovered Lumpkin's Jail owned by Robert Lumpkin where enslaved people were held in dire conditions until they were traded. It is projected that a groundbreaking for a memorial or museum will be held in 2017.
  2. Tennessee State Library and Archives
    If you have ancestors from counties in Tennessee, check out the historical records preserved by the Tennessee State Library & Archives.
  3. First Regional Library in Hernando Mississippi
    Do not overlook cemetery inscription books at the local library.
  4. Library of Virginia
    Never in my wildest expectations did I ever imagine bringing down my Mississippi research challenge in the Library of Virginia.