Great websites for Genealogists !!!!

Here is some great websites for Genealogists.  Check it out.    Georgia State Archive – Lots of information!!!  McMullan Family  John Berryman Family 
Log on to Pines for Heritage Quest.  This is a free site !!!  Search Census, Books, Persi, Revolutionary War Records, Freedom’s Bank Records and U. S. Serial Records. You must have Georgia Library Card and pass code.
(Instructions for login on)
Go to my account (at bottom of page)
Sign in  (Get user name and pass code from any Georgia Library)
Click on Galileo
Click on Databases A-Z (at top of page)
Click on H
Click on HeritageQuest Online   Find A Grave 
Corps of Engineers, Hartwell, GA For Counties: Georgia = Franklin, Hart & Stephens South Carolina = Anderson & Oconee Georgia USGenWeb Archives Project South Carolina = Anderson & Oconee   These Men that wore Grey by Karen T. Ledford
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Savannah River Valley Genealogical Society Meeting ‘s


Genealogy EXPO

Sponsored by

Savannah River Valley Genealogical Society

Hartwell, Georgia

Saturday – MARCH 10, 2018

Hart County Adult Learning Center next to the

Hart County Library, 150 Benson Street, Hartwell GA.

TIME 10:00am – 2:00pm

Set up for groups will begin at 9:00 am

Please call and register if your group is planning to come.

11:30 am –  Guest Speaker Presentation

Our guest speaker will be Dr.Timothy Drake from Anderson County, South Carolina. Dr. Drake will speak about “Burial Customs and mourning in the American South During the 18th and 19th Centuries”

Dr Drake has degrees in Biology and Entomology from Clemson University and currently serves as the State Entomologist for the State of South Carolina and Assistant Director of the Clemson University Department of Pesticide Regulation.  Dr. Drake is a native of South Carolina and his ancestral families have been here since Colonial times.  Dr Drake is a member of the Cambridge Chapter Sons of The American Revolution and has an intense interest in history of the southern states and in historic preservation.


  • How to start researching your family history.
  • Pick up handouts about Genealogy.
  • Basic resources available in our area.
  • Talk with representatives from local historical organizations such as Historical Society, Daughters of American Revolution, United Daughters of the Confederacy, and much more.
  • View family histories displayed by local people.
  • Sign-up for additional information from the SRVGS.

Groups or individuals may have table space to share their information.

Contacts: SRVGS, P.O. Box 895, Hartwell, GA 30643

Email:  David Ray <> (706-436-3156) or Brenda Harbin <> (706-436-2752)  or Ellen Davenport        (706-498-6504) or Kathy Heriford Visit  or or visit our Face book page.





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