My goal is to enter all of my known and newly discovered relatives into my tree so that my children and relatives will have access to this information. I also want people who are just interested in genealogy to have access to this info.This will be my lasting legacy to all who would care, I hope, and to my successors.
== Biography I was born in Oct 1945. I am the daughter of Buddy Agner and Mary Barton. I was born in Blythe, GA, outside of Augusta, GA. I am still living, being almost 74 years old, with a pretty good memory. This is my own personal history , which I have knowledge of on a first hand basis. I have spent a lot of my free time over the last 18 years in this search and have learned so much as the years have progressed.
I was a Registered Nurse and worked until almost 4 years ago, when I had a mild cerebellar stroke, and decided I should probably retire. I had been actively in nursing since 1965, when I started in the Practical Nursing program in Augusta, GA and graduated in March 1966. I attended Augusta College School of Nursing and graduated in June 1973, earning an Associate Degree in Nursing.
I also earned a Bachelor's Degree of Science in healthcare through Southern Illinois University and a Master's of Science Degree in Management from Central Michigan University.
One of the memories I most cherish is a trip I took in 2006 to China and Hong Kong. I wanted to see the Great Wall and the Terra Cotta Warriors for myself. Hong Kong was so close and not so expensive to add on to my trip.
I spent the Iast 10 years of my work life as a Travel Nurse, mostly in California, which I really enjoyed. Most of my work years in California were spent in Fresno, where I kept coming back to, after stints in other areas. I worked 4 months in Fishersville, VA on one assignment, driving from Fresno across the US to Atlanta, GA, then to Virginia. I took another cross-country driving-trip from Fresno, CA to Columbus, GA, where I took another assignment, to be closer to home for a while. I kept going back to California mostly for the pay and the more realistic patient load assignments.
I have been interested in computer technology since late 1984. The use of computer technology has changed and progressed tremendously since I started and got my first computer. About 2005, i started my interest in Genealogy.
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On 22 Dec 2017 at 01:20 GMT Guy Constantineau wrote:
Your work is appreciated. Thanks Guy Constantineau
On 17 Nov 2017 at 18:16 GMT Carole (Morris) Pancake wrote:
Re: Benjamin Morris-what is your documentation so I have a reason to change my information? Thank you. Carole
On 22 Oct 2017 at 23:23 GMT Debi (McGee) Hoag wrote:
Congratulations on being Pre-1700 certified!
Based on your family pedigree chart, it looks like you are going to be working on profiles that fall under the US Southern Colonies Project:
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