Pretty excited about this:
Wilson County Public Library Local History and Genealogy Blog
On Tuesday October 28 a local genealogy phenom (although she is now a lawyer in Atlanta) will present her findings on Dr. Joseph H. Ward, an African American doctor who was born in Wilson in 1870. Although he began his life in Wilson, a place that at the time had few prospects for an African Americans, by the 1890’s he was in Indianapolis practicing medicine as a licensed physician. Come and listen to Lisa tell how she untangled the complicated history of his life and family.
In the mean time get absorbed in her brilliant blog about the history and genealogy of the free and enslaved persons of color in North Carolina, Scuffalong: Genealogy
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Hi Lisa! Found this article with picture of Mary & Erskine Roberts that was featured in the Pittsburgh Courier: http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=4&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CCsQFjAD&url=http%3A%2F%2Ffultonhistory.com%2FNewspapers%252023%2FPittsburgh%2520PA%2520Courier%2FPittsburgh%2520PA%2520Courier%25201935-1936%2FPittsburgh%2520PA%2520Courier%25201935-1936%2520-%25200166.pdf&ei=hpLzVMLOCY-iyATAu4CwCg&usg=AFQjCNHHRA1nAjQ5XNf426zQ0JsnbtlW4A&bvm=bv.87269000,d.aWw
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From Bonne, your cousin
Nice!!!!! Thanks, Bonne!