Aisha LaDon, PhD, Transpersonal Psychotherapist | ANCESTRY
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The furthest I have been able to go back in my family history is on the Daggs side of my family. My Daggs family is from Louisianna. They are Creole I believe. I hope to spend more time learning details about this side of my...

Amongst the celebrities and countless innocent lives that were lost this year, two of my grandmothers sisters passed away as well. Never having met my Grandfather, and trying to find as much info about him as I can, has lead me to Legacy.com. Legacy is...

Surnames have always been an issue for me. History tells us that African American's were given the surnames of their owners, however, we also know that NOT ALL African Americans were slaves. Traditionally, American women take the last names of their father or husbands. I...

It has been a while since I have posted an update about the progress of my Ancestry research. A lot has been going on. I am back in school full-time, I am also working part-time and spending the rest of my time developing my design...

Hey hey hey! It has been a crazy month and it is just now beginning. The memorial break was an awesome, family filled trip. We spent the weekend at the lake and finished up our last  minute prep for Ramadan. Inshallah, Ramadan will begin in just a...

So this year is the Annual, Dixon family reunion. It takes place in a new state every few years. I believe every other year. This year it is to take place in Atlanta, Georgia, and the family in the state organizes everything. We have committees so that...

Hello People! I missed you. I have been working on various design projects, updated my main website, logged in one day and found that I had been hacked. It was no fun getting things back up to date, and luckily I have backups of my...