Are You My Cousin? Blog

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  2. I seen what you wrote about john seagroves and mr white. my mothers maiden name is white. i wanted to know if you could tell me if we were related anyway my family is from the youngsville, granville county area on both sides. the only this i can tell you is one of my great grand fathers fought in the civil was his name was rufis seagroves

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  5. Hi Lisa, I’m the editor of The Sanford (NC) Herald and saw a piece you wrote for the N&O https://www.newsobserver.com/living/liv-columns-blogs/past-times/article140079203.html

    I’d like to run it in our paper, and to see if you’d be interested in occasionally contributing a column whenever your research connects to Lee, Harnett, Chatham or Moore counties. Unfortunately, we can’t pay, but your tagline could direct readers to your website.

    Fran Norton
    ftnorton@sanfordherald.com

    1. Fran, you would need to contact the News and Observer for permission to use that piece. They have the rights to it. Yes, I would be interested in occasionally contributing a column. I’ll send you a separate email.

  6. Peggy A. Hempelmann

    Dear Lisa,

    I am sorry to bother you again but I have another question.

    Do you know if there is anyway to transfer all of my photos and stories from Ancestry to MyHeritage?

    I have downloaded Gedcoms of all of my trees to MyHeritage; however, none of the media/gallery items transferred. 🤦‍♀️

    Thanks for all of your help!
    Peggy

    Sent from my iPhone

    1. Peggy,

      I’m not aware of an easy way to do that. I would recommend you reach out to MyHeritage and ask them. Under the Help tab on their homepage, is a link to contact them.

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