|Edgecombe, Sugar Hill, NY APT building Grandparents lived in 1920’s|
Today took a very interesting and a welcoming change in my Research, Writing, and Blogging.
I have finally realized I cannot do another thing until I organize my years of printing and saving documents.
Over the next few months, I am going to be organizing, sorting, scanning, filing, all of my Family Research information. I have been researching the Cully Family since 2004 electronically and have not done the documentation required to keep up with the material or at least share it with individuals such as Debra Newton-Carter and Michaud Robinson who have interest in my papers as we both have family connections.
I have been doing Family Search and Research in general since I was 18 years old in 1986. I did not know there was a name for it until the year 2000.
Since I have been researching the Cully Family, my Goal is to write two books within the next few years. They are: The Cully Family: An African American Story and Embraced Identity.
I want to personally thank Debra Newton-Carter of In Black and White: Cross-Cultural Genealogy. She has agreed to help with some of the documents and put them in some type of order so that I may focus more on my writing.