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I was a senior at Clemson (circa 2007) when I randomly created an account. That's when I discovered that although a few names did come to me, for the most part I didn't know the names of my own great-grandparents. Especially mom's side. The great-aunts and uncles were also a total loss. (At the time trees for more recent generations were not turning up on or internet searches). Fast forward about 5 years and I've discovered so much and learn more every day. I'm also finding that investigating a random tangent often pays off later when you least expect it!


Using this site as part of my research of my ancestors, specifically my direct line.

With very few exceptions all parts of my family seem to have lived in South Carolina for a VERY long time. (There are of course a few NC and GA sprinkled in).

I hope to meet some distant relatives!

Above all things I love old family photos. It is my sincerest hope that as long-separated family branches are reunited, treasured family photos can be shared with all descendants.


Paternal Grandfather:
- Ford -

Paternal Grandmother:
- Todd -

Maternal Grandfather:
- Potts -

Maternal Grandmother:
- Threatt -


My Husband's Quebec Family:

Paternal Side

Maternal Side


If any of these names/combos look familiar contact me and we can compare! Maybe we are relatives! :)

I am currently living in Michigan (previously southeastern NC).

*I have added some burial unknown entries. I have no interest in control over memorials once my edits have been made - I just want representation of the individuals! On the edit page for memorials you can easily submit duplicates of entries for merging. They will always favor the one with the photo and cemetery over unknown burials. I'm excited for more of these individuals to have their burial sites found and linked to their relatives!

Search memorial contributions by SuzanneTF