Billy Dubois   Edgington

BA in History from University of California Irvine, after two years at San Jose State, and three years at Antioch College, Ohio. Over 40 years experience in historical and genealogical research. Co-author of Vital Information from the Guion Miller Roll and author of African-Cherokee Connections. Past contributor to "Genealogical Helper."


May 02, 2014
3:50 pm : Deeds and Land Records

(Beginner) Deeds and land records are often overlooked by genealogists. They are busy searching out birth, marriage and death records. A lot of excuses are heard – they know where the ancestor lived, they didn’t find a deed, there wouldn’t be any family information. Property records are full of family information. You only have to look. Login First

May 03, 2014
11:20 am : The Miller Roll Application A Source for Cherokee & Southern Family History

(All Levels) The Miller Roll Applications: A key to Eastern Cherokee family history, these applications also include those filed by nnOld Settler Cherokees, Creeks, African-Cherokees and families with traditions of Cherokee ancestry. From the basic form to many pages of letters and affidavits filed from 1906 to 1909 nnwith family history going back three to five generations, this material is a gold mine for family historians. Login First