UPDATE: February 9, 2019 Meeting

The meeting will take place. One difference: rather than entering the church at the back near the Family History Center, we will continue on around the church and enter at the far end, closer to Airport Road. Once you are in the building, turn to the left and continue down the hall.

Which way do I go?

Bring your genealogy questions to our February meeting and we will put our heads together to help find possible avenues of research. We will save some time to hear about your recent discoveries and successes in your genealogy. Come and be inspired to launch your genealogy research in 2019!

The meeting will take place Saturday, February 9 from 1:30 pm-3:30 pm at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The address of the Church is 1275 Timberwood Blvd., Charlottesville, VA. It is located on the corner of Airport Road and Timberwood. Coming from U.S. 29, the entrance is on the right (north) side of Airport Road immediately before you reach the church. Drive to the back of the building where you will see the entrance to the Family History Center.

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  1. I hope this is not member only, but I would like to join today, especially if Earlysville Virginia is my ancestors birthplace. I was researching and started surfing for links to an ancestor, Daniel Early, a mulatto, apparent, free man who worked on a riverboat, had at least one son named Nathaniel Early, a civil war seaman.
    One of my recent DNA matches shared with me, her family’s story of their moving from West Virginia to Ohio (which was my Daniel’s path [Virginia to New Richmond, a riverboat town] before moving to Williamson/Maury counties in Middle Tennessee, where we’ve now been, 100+ years) and some corraborating white potential slaveholders/potential ancestors, specifically a James “Jim” Early with brothers Jubal and nephew, Tubal Early Strange….Any info adding to, verifying or otherwise would be greatly appreciated… Hope this was enough info…THANK!!!

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