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"Keeper of the Fire:
An Igbo Metalsmith from Awka"
1st World Arts & Crafts Festival
July 24 -26th, 2014
at the Igbo Village
Frontier Culture Museum
FATHER OF THE DAY:
DR. NWACHUKWU ANAKWENZE
A RECIPIENT OF ‘IFE NDIGBO’ TITLE
FROM THE ANCIENT NRI KINGDOM
ON 15TH FEBRUARY, 2014
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Did you know?
People of all races and faiths were
abolitionist on the
Underground Railroad in America & World Wide
Some of their names we will never know.
There were more than 38 different
"Methods of Escape" on the American UGRR
Native American people were abolitionist
slaves & slave owners in America
Scottish & Irish were enslaved and
slave owners in North America
Bulgaria had slavery over 500 years
Poland had slavery over 1,300 years
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We also sssist Researchers & Students!
CONGRATS TO MEGAN!
WHO'S THESIS WAS JUST ACCEPTED AT HARVARD!
We assisted her by participating in her survey about a
museum's role with diverse economic and/or homeless populations.
She has only started to scratch the surface on what
can/will be done to further the museum work with
economically diverse audiences.
Her intent was to showcase multiple access points
of engagement so that museums might find a model
or idea that could fit for their institution.
Congrats to Emma Baumgardner !
Eddiesville, Iowa 6th grader who won her
Elementary School & City's History Fairs
She went on to Des Moines, Iowa to compete
as the youngest competitor in
the State's Natiional History Competion!
She is on to her Success!
Visit our Research Page!
I have 2 American Revolutionary War Patriot
160 Confederate & 58 Union
family members over 1,073 documents
about them and their service
I add more of the 1,000 CSA documents weekly.
12 WWI family members honored
by France & US
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Sonya Hodges in Columbia SC
Feb. 22nd, 2014
All Programs & Exhibits are
FREE & TO THE OPEN
COME & JOIN THE NATIONAL AG WEEK
For More Information Contact
Phone: (803) 361-6444
Date: Saturday, MARCH 22, 2014
Time: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
At Jim Hamilton Owens Field Airport
1400 Jim Hamilton Blvd. Columbia, SC 29205
The Family Place Page is now open it is in the
drop down menu from the About Us page!
See the 2014 Family Reunion Information
We Love our family and we are looking for you!
Descendants of the 9 Children of
David Richardson Strother's of
Rockhill Plantation in Edgefield, SC that were born in
GA between 1840 - 1860.
Children of Christopher Strother born in California
They Contacted Me! Found my late Uncle's children
We pray for you, your love ones, needs and safety daily.
Abrams (Abrahms), Adkins, Andersons, Austins, Bacons, Bakers, Balls, Barns, Barnes, Battles, Beesons, Belchers, Bells, Berry, Bigbys, Blacks, Blairs, Blockers, Bormans, Boorams, Brunsons, Browns, Bulls, Burtons, Busseys, Cambel, Carters, Clarke, Coleman, Collins, Culpeppers, Davis, Dents, Devards, DeVores, Dews, Dunns, Edwards, Eichelbergers, Evans, Farrows(Pharrors, Pharow, Phannow, Farro), Forsakers, Frenchs, Fullers, Gaffney, Gandys, Gertjegerdes, Gilcrest, Gilchrest, Gordons, Gordys, Greene, Guerard, Hamptons, Handcocks, Hendersons, Higgins,
Hoffendall, Hollinsworths, Holmes, Hogar, Hortons, Howards, Issoms, Jacksons, Jeffersons, Jenkins, Johnsons, Jones, Joyces, Justice, Kemps,Kennerley, Lake, Larrys, Lawler, Lenox,, JonesLittles, Marlins, Martins, Marshalls, Martins, Means, McDaniels, Means, Mitchells,Mobleys, Moores, Nesbit, Nicholsons, Myricks, Outzs, Palmores, Parkers, Peacocks, Perrys, Pixleys, Popes, Porter, Powel, Powells, Pratts, Myricks, Reeds, Richardsons, Ricks, Riddle, Robinsons, Russ, Savages, Scoggins, Shepards, Simpkins, Smiley's, Smiths, Stanleys, Strother, Struthers, Struders Sullivans, Tates, Tallifero, Talliferro, Taylors, Thomas, Thornton, Thompsons, Tigners, Valle, Wash, Washington's, Watkins, Whatleys, Wheeleer, Witchers, Whitehunts, Whitehurst, Williams, Wilson, Witcher, Woods, Yelder
From today's research: I would like to welcome the following Families I added them above to the the Allied Families based on personal testimony, bible records, wills, marriage records:
New Allied Families:
Bacon, Baker, Berry, Beeson, Blocker, Cambel, Franklins, French,
Forsakers, Guerard, Gibbs, Higgins, Hoffendall, Jones, Kemp, Kennerley,
Jacksons, Justice, Lake, Lawler, McDaniel, Nicholson, Pixley, Pope,
Porter, Powel, Reed, Ricks, Riddle, Robinsons, Savage,
Scoggins, Sheppard, Talliferro, Thorntons, Tigner, Watkins.
Visit our Family Page for more information
We Separated our
Stop Human Trafficking Info
see the new links so much more!
Our Human Trafficking Newsletter
is just about ready!
For more information on
UGRR Quilt Code Presentations
Times & Locations
Visit our News & Events &
Traveling Exhibit Pages
July 1st - 31th, 2014
"Quilts of the Farrow McDaniel Strother Family"
Atlanta Fulton County Library
For a Speaker Bio
click on our About Us page
For a download of our
2013 - 2014 Brochure
8 Generations of Women
Who Didn't Quit!
"We were those who did not draw back ...."
More documents, records & historic photos
shared with you of our
African, European, Gullah Geechee &
"The Water Spirit Omambala brought us here.
The Water Spirit Omambala will carry us home."
(Orimiri Omambala bu anyi bia. Orimiri Omambala ka anyi ga ejina.)
– Ancient Igbo Hymn
International World Igbo Assembly
Retreat & Conference
March 22-23rd, 2013 was Great!
I met many dignitaries &
Eze Ènweleána II Obidiegwu Onyeso
from Awka in Anambra State, Nigera.
His Royal Majesty (HRM) Onyeso
spoke on the lunar calendar
& other Igbo heritage and
cultural experiences that
have been passed down
5 generations to me!
Mrs. Teresa Kemp Exhibited!
ABOUT The IGBO VILLAGE
The Igbo village in Staunton, Virginia is a tangible recognition of
the contribution of the Igbo victims of the Atlantic slave trade to the
development of Virginia and the greater American frontier culture.
Enslaved Igbo men, women and children who traveled by force
from many specific locations in the hinterland of Igboland to
North America, helped to build what is now known as the
United States. A great majority of those who came to Vi...See More
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now has my old commerical
that gives you a window
I added more photos 09/04/2013
to the past UGRR Quilt Code Exhibit at
Underground in Atlanta, GA
For Milddle Schoolers to Professionals
Our Research Place is up,
we are beefing it up daily!
For Pre K-9th Graders
Visit the new pages:
Age appropriate games,
National Geographic Kids,
National Park Service Web Ranger
virtual trips worldwide
More wills, documents, records & historic photos
shared with you of our
African, European, Gullah Geechee &
Visit wmstrother.org to discover
my European Heritage
William Strother the first immigrant
in America from my family
You can see how I know
so much about our family
Finally .... Freedom Sounds Newsletter
(Note: This newsletter is large and
may take a while to download)
Our on-line newsletter for thoes
who love history & our family
Check out the Memorial Milestones & Find out
where we will be next on the News & Events Page
We are still adding to the pages to
restore it to the
robustness of the former sight.
Military History Page
"371st Colored Troops
Coming Together Reunion"
Columbia, SC for more information
Contact Sonya Hodges at
We are adding the Civil War Veterans &
more revolutionary war information
daily so keep checking back!
You can see how I know so
much about our family
Family Death Record (on left)
& a list of my paternal
great grandfather William McDaniel's
sisters & brothers (on right)
all born in the 1800's below.
(Written by him)
FAMILY DNA PROJECTS &
William Strother Society
(Click on the link above)
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and lessons learned,
We can increase the opportunity of each to heal,
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