General Meeting Schedule 2022
2022 - All meetings Sat 10:30 -12:00
(unless otherwise listed)
email Deaahgs2017@gmail.com for a Zoom invite
22 Jan 2022
Brick Wall Session
Bring your brick walls and we'll share ours
26 Feb. 27 2022
African Origins of People Brought to America in the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
Rosalyn Green - African Origins of People Brought to America in the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
26 Mar 2022
Military Bands Regina Barry
And a-One and a-Two
The Virginia legislature enacted a statute in 1738 requiring “free mulattos, blacks, and Native Americans to serve in the military”. Forbidden to bear arms due to colonial fears of uprising, they served exclusively “as drummers, fifers, trumpeters, or pioneers”. The long history of African-Americans in military bands… including paid service in colonial times and jazz musicians in WWI is fascinating.
23 Apr 2022
Growing Up on a Unique Street in Philadelphia
The 6400 Block of Clearview Street, Philadelphia; an example of children that rose to success because of over 70 years of lifelong friendships & our proper up bringing by our parents. We are an example of a successful inner-city neighborhood where no child was left behind.
21 May 2022
Celebrate our Mothers Day
Attendees are asked to share valuable advice they received from their mothers so that all can benefit.
25 Jun 2022
Celebrate Our Fathers Day
Attendees are asked to share valuable advice they received from their fathers so that all can benefit.
23 Jul 2022
Reclaiming Black Ancestral Ties
at Virginia Plantations
27 Aug 2022
TBD Finding Elusive Ancestors
24 Sep 2022
Celebrating Our Founders
22 Oct 2022
Unindexed Records In Family Search
A Hidden Gold Mine
19 Nov 2022
The Tribble Family Journey from Newberry, SC to Philadelphia, PA
She will describe how she used a will, a Freedmen’s Bureau labor contract, a census record, and a death record to uncover the story of her ancestral family’s enslavement in Newberry, South Carolina from about 1822-1865, their living life in freedom after the Civil War, and the 1917 migration to Philadelphia by her great grandparents Rev. George and Fannie Tribble Glenn.
No meeting in December
The dates and places maybe subject to change.
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