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KINFOLK LIMBO  This group is a general meeting place for those trying to find family connections and also focuses on Virginia: Spotsylvania County, Caroline County, Louisa, Fredericksburg, Ruther Glen, Reedy Church, etc.
Surnames: Harris, Jackson, Buckner, Cooper, White, Lewis, Woodfork, Woolfolk, Coleman, Rouser (Rouzie) Chewning, Woolfolk, Dickerson, Catlett, Hairston, Swift

KINFOLK: RANDALL, JOHNSON, HAWKINS, BLACKLOCK, QUEEN, ELLIS, MAHONEY Surnames and MARINGOUIN, LOUISIANA From Anne Arundel, Prince George's County, North Brentwood, MD... Plantations owned by Jesuit Priests sold to Louisiana in 1838. Louisiana Plantation research and all Louisiana Parishes. Slave ownership by the Jesuits throughout the US...

FAMILY TIES: CASSELS, (CASSELLS), NUKES, SIMMONS, JACKSON, WOODSON, PEAVY etc. This group is for all of those with Cassels, (Cassells) Nukes (Nooks) Simmons, Jackson, Woodson, Hemmings Ancestry. Feel free to add family members to the group. Looking forward to all the sharing!

THE RICHARDSON FAMILY OF LITTLE WASHINGTON, VIRGINIA DESCENDANTS 
Surnames: Fletcher/Richardson/Roberts etc  Area, Little Washingron, VA, Culpepper

DUCKS IN A ROW  To get one’s "ducks in a row" means to take care of one’s duties and responsibilities, to organize one’s business and living concerns...From photo preservation, archiving, intellectual property concerns, creating heirlooms, time capsules, legacy, scrap booking memories, preserving life experiences, from journals to personal effects, and artifacts passed from generation to generation. to creating new generational customs to hand down to future generations...