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Name[edit | edit source]

Deloris Williams

Email: del(underscore)williams at Comcast dot net

(substitute: an underline after del;  @ after williams)

About [[|]][edit | edit source]

Membership:  NCGenWeb Project and USGenWeb Project

Currently am  State Coordinator (July 2014)

County Coordinator for Granville, Franklin,Halifax, Warren, Person andVance Counties on the NCGenWeb

Also contributing to Wilkes County NCGenWeb

My personal Family Tree is on Rootsweb and Ancestry for which I've researched thousands of individuals starting from my own roots in Warren County, and which I expanded to many of the collateral lines.

My North Carolina Roots

Contributions[edit | edit source]

Contributing to Granville, Franklin, Halifax, Person, Vance, Warren, Wilkes, Bute, Anson, Davie, Scotland, Union, Montgomery, and other wiki pages

Experience[edit | edit source]

Have been researching since 1996, but really started knowing what I was doing by 2000 after a series of breakthroughs in my own family history made me realize that I wanted to know even more.  Most of my research has been for the North Carolina Counties of Warren, Halifax, and Granville, but as a result of the fact that I wanted to follow all leads and as many lines as possible from my original roots, my research expanded to Person, Franklin, Edgecombe, Nash, Wake, Durham, Chatham, Orange, Randolph, and Cherokee Counties in North Carolina, as well as to several Counties in Virginia, Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky, Oklahoma,  Texas, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and a few other States here and there in the pursuit of elusive ancestors.  Along the way, realizing that the records I was collecting could be valuable assets to others researching the same families or locations, I started contributing many of them to the USGenWeb sites, and as a result got to know some of the wonderful people who volunteer for the them, in particular, for the Counties of Warren, Granville and Halifax.  After that, as they say, the rest has become history, and I joined the NCGenWeb in 2007.