FOR WAGS MEMBERS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC USING GENEALOGY RESOURCES @ JOHNSON CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY Hints to Help You Find Your Ancestors A one hour instructional session on genealogy resources will be offered on January 23rd at 6:00 P.M. in Johnson City Public Library’s Computer Center. The session will feature HeritageQuest, Ancestry.com, and FamilySearch, and … Read moreUsing Genealogy Resources at the Johnson City Public Library
Heare ye…..heare ye….let it be known throughout the WAGS readership….congratulations are in order and shall be extended to our WAGS members Dr. Margaret Hougland, Mrs. Betty Jane Hylton and Mrs. Donna Cox Briggs. These three members of WAGS attended the Tennessee Archives Institute in Nashville. Congratulations to all of you! Well Done! … Read moreCongratulations To WAGS Members…….
WAGS members, George and Margaret Holley are featured in Monday’s edition of the Johnson City Press. http://www.johnsoncitypress.com/article/112198/knob-creek-museum-a-trove-of-250-years-of-history
James Chamberlain was a Revolutionary War Patriot and WAGS member Betty Jane Hylton, a well known genealogy researcher has written an excellent article about him. The article was just published in the Southern Genealogist’s Exchange Quarterly, issue Sept. 2013, v. 54, no. 227. This issue includes the article on pp. 8-9 by Betty Jane Hylton, titled “James … Read moreWho Is James Chamberlain?
Genealogists love old pictures……..and we have two photographs from many years back that we could use some help with. The first is a picture of some students from Gray Elementary School right here in our northeast Tennessee area. Are you from Gray………anyone look familiar? You can comment about the photo by clicking here, … Read moreCan You Help Us Identify These Folks? Please!