TalmiaVawnSlade1 and Talmiavsladeburr185 on AncestryDNA represent me. Those are my Ancestry.com accounts.
I am a Christian of the Baptist faith. I love the Lord God in Heaven.
I attended Middleburg Elementary School and J.L. Wilkinson Junior High School.
I graduated from Newport/Pacific High School, International Correspondent School, Scranton, Pa. My majors were Animal Science and Criminal Investigation.
I attended St. Johns River Community College, graduating with an Associate of Arts Degree, in Psychology.
I attended the Children's Literature Institute for awhile.
I attended the University of North Florida for a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in History. I have two more terms left as of the date I edited this.
I was a member of the History Committee at Oak Grove Baptist Church from 1992-2017.
I volunteered at the Middleburg Museum for awhile; volunteered at the Weigal Senior Center in Middleburg, volunteered at the Commodities office at the Weigal Center for while, stopping in 2013; and also volunteered with Phi Theta Kappa while in college at different events
I was a member of Oak Grove Baptist Church from 1985-2017; and attended the same church since 1975, with my Mom.
I am a member of First Baptist Church of Middleburg currently.
I used to spend many of my days sitting with my elderly Grandmother and Daddy, up until their deaths in 1995 and in 2013.
I am a caregiver currently, helping to take care of my elderly mother, and I continue to be a stay at home Mother, so that I am home when my son is home [and daughter, although she is grown now].
I am married since 1995 to Eric Burr.
I play piano, love to read books, love researching, love writing biographies for people, studying history and genealogy, gardening, spending time with my family, going to church, and talking with God; and stargazing at night. I love Astronomy, Social Psychology, Personality Psychology, History, Oceanography, Cognitive Psychology, Counseling, Algebra, Russian Language, and Spanish Language.
I love reading the Bible.
I love listening to old country, the kind that my Daddy liked. I love listening to Enya, Josh Groban, ABBA, the Beatles, the Monkees, and so much more.
I love books, non-fiction, biographies, autobigraphies, fiction; just so many books. Some of my favorites include "The Chronicles of Narnia", "The Historian", "Anne of Green Gables", "Anne of Avonlea", the "Twilight Saga", "The Idea of India", and more.
The best events of my life were having my children, being a mom, knowing my daddy, who was my best friend, believing in God, trusting in God, knowing my Grandmas and my mom, and being brought up in the country woods on the "two acres", swimming in Black Creek, rambling through the woods, listening to wildlife, knowing what it was like to be outdoors playng with my dog or cat, and going every Sunday morning and night, and Wednesday night, to an old southern Baptist Church.
1. Firsthand knowledge of Talmia Slade Burr, and no information here should ever be changed or rewrote [unless changed by myself], because they are my own words. Also, no information shared is in anyway meant to be used in any other way than my relatives knowing about me for their genealogy research.
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On 26 Jan 2019 at 14:06 GMT Cindy (Williams) Lesure wrote:
Sorry it took so long to respond as my computer died in the end of December and just got back January 19th. Going through email I found the work you did on Exum-1! Really good stuff! I believe I was working on that as a Data Doctor back in 2016. When I just looked at it today, I noticed what I *used* to do with the heading called Debris! I stopped doing that a good while ago, thank goodness!
Great work and thanks for all you are doing!!
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