Bahamian researchers: Dolly Mae now available online!

+6 votes
Great news for Bahamian researchers.  The Hope Town Museum has put the Dolly Mae genealogy information online.  There is a yearly subscription fee of $24.99, but well worth it, I think.  The fee also allegedly goes to help preserve records, etc.
asked 6 days ago in The Tree House by Carolyn Martin G2G6 Mach 6 (64,950 points)
recategorized 6 days ago by Keith Hathaway
Just subscribed, very excited.  I've wanted to purchase the cd for over a year, now I can do research from anywhere.
Isn't it great!  I have already found some new information.  I have the CD but never reloaded it when I had to replace my computer last October.  It was also a bit cumbersome trying to find information on it.  Needless to say I am thrilled to have access online.

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