Monday, February 26, 2007


From: Nanapudn
This is one of the newsletters I subscribe to for my Belcher family of Henry County, Georgia. They do a marvelous job and have so many great articles with links to American Indian resources. Two of my DAR members go into the Ramey line and found missing dates, one found an Indian ancestor she thinks. I loved reading the Pocahontas article as I have been preparing a Pocahontas presentation for Colonial Dames. One poor woman in our chapter has been asking for someone to talk about Pocahontas. Since that woman just celebrated her 91st birthday, I thought I could do a small one for her.

The February issue of the Belcher Blues is online
You can also access it through Included in this newsletter:
-- American Indian Research Links
-- Hugh Belcher
-- Pension Application for Mary Belcher Widow of John
-- Abraham Belcher
-- Elkhorn City and Belcher Kentucky
-- Belchers in Wood County Texas
-- Frank Belcher
-- John T. Belcher
-- John Belcher son of George and Sally Taylor
-- Old Bailey in England

Thanks for sharing. I checked out the site. It was friendly & informative. I loved the caveat: "We want to remind you that this is a research website and newsletter and many genealogies are sent in by fellow researchers. Please, do your own research into your line and take these postings as a guide." How Ol' Myrt wishes that everyone would follow that advice. It is MORE fun to do research than to merely copy what someone else has attempted to prove.

BIG CONGRATS to BELCHER BLUES editors Gayl Wells and Greg Belcher for a job well done!

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt :)
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