About In Our Hearts

 

I tell you someone will remember us in another time…” Sappho.

Exploring the back roads with a pen in hand, and a camera carried at my side. Recording the history and family story of my ancestors in Alabama and beyond. Through this blog, I hope to connect to other family members, and to preserve the memory of our heritage.

“In Our Hearts” was created a to not only preserve family history but to also create a scrapbook for individual family members to share  their lives, and what is important to them.  This way family members can learn more about each other, and we can create a lasting memorial to be enjoyed now and by future generations. If you would like to contribute or share information, please leave a comment (your info will be kep confidential) so we can connect.  

Recording the history of the following families

Ancestors:

George Perry and Mary Goree – Perry and Bibb Counties, Alabama

Jordan and Jane “Judge” Martin – Dallas County, Alabama.

Julia Fort, enslaved person, Forts or Marion Junction, Fort’s Plantation, Dallas County, Alabama

Fort Family – Marion Junction, Alabama. Dallas County Alabama. Prichard/Mobile County, Alabama. Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. And beyond. Alternate surname FORD.

Monk Fort and Julia Watkins Fort – Dallas County, Alabama

James Pettus Fort. Pettis Fort. Pettus Fort. Wife Addie Curtis. Dallas County, Alabama. Mobile, Alabama.

Surnames:

FORT, FORD – Dallas County, Prichard, Mobile, Birmingham, Alabama. And beyond.

GREEN, GREENE – Dallas County, Alabama

MARTIN – Dallas County, Alabama

PERRY – Franklin County, NC. Perry and Bibb Counties, Alabama. And beyond.

 

 

 

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. In Our Hearts  |  February 25, 2008 at 7:59 am

    “For Africa to me… is more than a glamorous fact. It is a historical truth. No man can know where he is going unless he knows exactly where he has been and exactly how he arrived at his present place.” — Maya Angelou

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  • 2. bibomedia  |  February 29, 2008 at 9:13 am

    🙂

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