to my site. I am a maternal Roberson and a paternal
Massey. I have been an avid genealogist/history buff for the
past nine years and have been online for just as long. I have
tried to make available as much data as possible. I will
update as often as I can and should you should find a connection to
someone through this site,
I would love to hear from you.
If you would like to contact me, you may do so through by guestbook
or contact me directly (email addy below) and let me know what surnames you are researching
As for the layout of this site, you
will find a menu at the top that covers the main sections of the
site. Immediately below is the list of surname pages within
(containing vital records, wills, etc.) and miscellaneous site links. Thanks for visiting and be sure
to bookmark this site--you may just need to come back. Good
I NEED YOUR HELP-- GENEALOGY AND GENETIC DISEASE!!
This ribbon represents the fight to find a cure for ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease).
Never before has my fascination with genealogy been more important. I have/had four members
of my family (one cousin, one second cousin, an aunt and an uncle) all diagnosed with this
crippling and fatal disease. Since the second cousin was diagnosed, we have determined that
ALS must be passed down through my grandmother's side of the tree. Her maiden name was MIDDLEBROOKS--
her mother's maiden name was BURROUGHS. If you are a descendant of either of these surnames,
I urge you to look at the cause of death on any death certificate you may have. Even if you do
not find a connection to my family, yet have these surnames in your tree, you might be able to help me.
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see updates, brick walls, etc.
10/16/04-Added HANKS, JAMES, SIMS of KY, IN, MO
10/13/04-Added TRAIL, PROCK, AND DENNEY of TN
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