To keep genealogy alive, we must pass it on. Take time to get children interested and involved—taking them to libraries and some of your genealogical excursions allows them to see the importance of preserving family history. They can help look for items, carry material, feed the copier, or witness the general enthusiasm of researching. Of course, information obtained during research can be further shared with family members of all ages at reunion time.
Photo of Patricia Southern and her granddaughter on their way to the Brown-Johnson-Williams Family Reunion held on July 23-25, 2004.
Tonya McCoy and her daughter at the Fairview Park County Library. Tonya
coordinated the Stinsons Family Reunion in Cleveland on August 6-8, 2004.
Family members are descendants of Sam and Sarah Stinson of Shelby County,