Welcome to Belinda Adams' Genealogy Page.

I hope this page will help you in your search for your family past. I shall try to add links as I research my own family.

I found a lot of this information from family files. I also used The Thomas Books, Pioneers of Wiregrass, Pierce County Books, Huxford Library in Homerville, Ga., and findagrave.com. I am now in the process of reviewing it all and putting in footnotes to prove what is true and take out what is not. After my time at ancestry.com was up, I discovered many more places out there to find information. There are a lot of free e-books of history about towns at the beginning of our USA history. I found them by accident when typing in grandparents' names to research them. UPDATE 3_2014 I finished each surname of my family line and now plan to put them all together in a book as I review them to be sure all is correct! 2015 [Taking a break to write a novel while all that info is still in my mind and thoughts.]

Our Family Trees

Belinda's Favorite Genealogical Links

Information on the first ship to bring immigrants to Georgia, USA. And information about the Johan Jakob Hayr Sr.(John Jacob Heyer) Family.

The Ship Anne and The Heyer Family.
Trail of Tears & Indian Removal Info.

Our Kin in the Civil War

Cemeteries of our ancestors.

John James Little and Annis Jane Elizabeth Loper Little

Dana Herbert Robbins and Edith May Deane Robbins

John Collins II & Sarah Amanda Shorey Marriage

Confederate Park in Waynesville, Georgia

R. S. Grave dedication of Jacob Highsmith

Remembering our ancestors on Memorial Day.

Jones Creek Baptist Church

Belinda's Genealogical Links

I have been working on our family tree seriously for almost 8 years, but playing around with it for many years. I was blessed to have information given to me by people who had researched in the past, for both sides of our family. My husband's and mine. When I started in 2010, I started out with their information and Ancestry.com. After my subscription expired, and needing to take a break, I did so and rested, rejoining several times since then. But be careful with any online services.

Ideas for you to use for searching.

If you want to do more investigating, you can go to Cyndi's List Cyndi has been researching for lots of years and has many links for you to explore.

Most of us use our family tree program to figure the birth date when all we have is a death date. However, if you want to play with some different ways to do so, here are some links on that subject. There are blogs discussing the subject, also. Just type in '8870 formula'.

This is a site where you can become board certified to do genealogy.BCG

This site has a program that figures it for you, if you don't have a family tree program.

Last updated: 9-2015


We hope you enjoyed the information about genealogy and what I have discovered.

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